Monthly archive for June2015

Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow – 26th June

This week I had the pleasure of visiting our school on the occasion of their open day, and I must say that I am continuing to be very impressed with the way that the school is coming along these days. I received a warm welcome…

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The pool is now open!

The lease is finally signed and the heating system for the water is working – we are told that it is now up to 26 degrees! Peter Javes is now on holiday for a week, but the Abrahalls will be here to hand out keys…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 19th June

St Andrews Church is still collecting donations for Kingsbridge Foodbank, and the collecting box can be found at the back of the Church. Anything you can donate would be much appreciated; dry goods such as rice, pasta, flour, breakfast cereals, any canned goods – beans,…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 12th June

It will soon be time for the Village Show again, this year to be held on August 8th. There will be classes for flowers, craft, vegetables, cookery, plus a children’s section, and there will be some new classes this year. The show is open to…

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Swimming pool – apologies for the delay in opening

As you will probably know the parish council is trying to take over the running of the pool from the school authorities – however we have been asked to give you some idea of what is causing a delay. At the moment the council still…

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Village Voice by Rosie Warrilow – 5th June

This week  it’s time to remind people of some regular events happening in the village. The regular ‘Monday Club’ meeting takes place in the village hall every Monday afternoon between 2-4 pm. It’s a chance to meet and chat, and of course enjoy refreshments in…

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“Epitaph for Nickle Eck” – Childhood Mischief in Birmingham

After quite a struggle with the publishers Lutina Yates has managed to get Eric’s memoir published to her satisfaction. Eric lived in the village for quite some time until his death a couple of years ago, and will be remembered by many of us. His…

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Parish Council vacancy – applications invited

COUNCILLOR VACANCY  One councillor short of a full council! We have a vacancy for a parish councillor and we invite applications from interested people. If you would like to be considered please let the clerk know at the address below.  If you would like to…

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