Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 10th November

I’m sorry to say that there is still no news on our lovely missing painting, which was removed from it’s bus stop home last week. The image of a cattle egret on the river disapeared  on Thursday  October 27th,in broad daylight!! If anyone out there knows anything about it’s disapearance please contact the police,or any of the parish councilors.                                                                                               

This Sunday is Remembrance Sunday and there’s still time to purchase poppies in the village. They are available in the village hall, shop and at the Fishermans Rest. John Harcus can help with providing car poppies and brooches, so please give generously to this familiar and wonderful charity. St Andrews will have a Remembrance Day service this Sunday, which will start at the War Memorial at 10.45am.The church will be open earlier to allow people to gather and prepare for the service. The names of the fallen will be read by R.B.L representatives and the silence will be observed by the War Memorial in the churchyard. The congregation will then parade back into church for the hymns and readings.This years service will be  led by Reader Michael Tagent.

A young man named Sam is trying to raise money for Children in Need in quite a unique way, by using his pogo stick between his home in Wesley Terrace and school, three times a week between now and the end of term. Bless him, so well done Sam! His mum says please encourage him on his way if you see him, come on Sam, what a brilliant idea!! Good luck and be careful on the road!

I know it’s not quite Christmas yet but tables are already being booked up for the great day at the Fishermans Rest, so contact them soon as to avoid disapointment.T

he village calendar still has a few copies left, to gain yours either see Caroline Barker or call at the village shop. The calendar is very colourful with a great drone shot of most of us on its cover and inside there are replicas of the book  sent to Her late Majesty for her Platignum Jubilee. They are priced at £7.50 each, an ideal Christmas present or just nice to spoil yourself with.

Our W.I ladies meet in the hall tonight, Thursday November 11th at 7.30pm.The ladies would love to welcome any guests and there will be a talk and refreshments later on.

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