Well we all know that feeling don’t we? You get up in the morning and you look in the mirror and your hair just aint looking as good as it should be no? Well, during the last week the children of our Primary School knew all tot well the perils of having a ‘bad hair’ experience. It was all in aid of a good cause though; on February 12th, staff and pupils had an organised Bad Hair Day, during which they all arrived in school with different hairstyles than normal – from interestingly coloured wigs, moused up mohawks, back-combed mops to rainbow-coloured hair, you name it, they had it! And all to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. The children had great fun and they benefited this wonderful charity, what a great way to start the school day.
On Saturday the Neighbourhood Plan Consultation takes place in the village hall. The day starts with a talk at 11am to explain why there is a need for a plan and its purpose and objectives. Our views are essential to the future success and development of our parish. Any topic can be included; Parking, Housing, Sheltered Housing, Roads, Transport, School Provision and Sustainability, youth projects in fact, anything you can think of to enhance the future. There will be refreshments during the day and plenty of opportunity to talk to members of the Neighbourhood Plan Group. Without our own Neighbourhood Plan, this Parish will have no say in how this parish is developed, so please come and support this vital consultation. You can email the group on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just to highlight some regular events, Knit and Knatter sessions take place at the Fisherman’s Rest on the 2nd and fourth Tuesday of the month from 10.30am-12pm. Also on Tuesday in the evening are Steve’s Yoga class, from 7-9pm and Hananah’s Zumba class is on Thursday mornings at 9.15-10.15am. Pre school at the Hive, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9-12pm. With Lunch Club 12-1pm