With the clocks going forward this week, it seems a very good time to talk about our Community Swimming Pool. The pool will be re-opening in May, for what is hoped to be a very busy season; it did well last year and it is hoped that it will be open for business a little […]
SUMMER ON ITS WAY??! It’s that time of year again, and we are hoping to open the pool earlier and get training done sooner too, and over a shorter period so that it can all be completed and pool users be ready to go for the season. The dates are as follows: 25th April 4th,
It is with a certain degree of sadness that I write this open letter today. Rev Neil has been a part of our community for 12 years, a fair length of time, and any change will be difficult to adjust to, both for our community and of course for Neil and his family. Neil took
Our W.I ladies met just a little late for a festive lunch last week. Memories of that most special day of the year were evoked as the ladies were treated to a tasty two course lunch at the Fisherman’s Rest, with a varied menu and crackers on the table as they willingly tucked in. Our
Here we are again after last week’s break. This week has the last opportunity to enjoy a local delicacy for a while; the last Soup and Puds for this season will be held in the hall tomorrow, Saturday 11th March. Our local ladies will be cooking up a storm to provide a delicious choice of
A date for your diaries for all those who like the lovely plants and produce that this sale always has on offer; On Friday 28th April at 7pm – St Andrew’s Plant Sale & Coffee Evening – great choice of Bedding Plants etc, Cakes, Produce, White Elephant, Books, Raffle and Refreshments. Admission – Adults 50p,
‘Lupridge Singers and Stanborough Chorus present internationally renowned Tenor, Neil Jenkins, in Benjamin Britten’s ‘St Nicolas’ and Haydn’ ‘Little Organ Mass’ at a concert on Sunday 26th March , 7.30pm, at St Michael and All Angels Church, Stokenham. Tickets £15, available from the Tourist Information Centre, Kingsbridge and choir members’.