Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 6th June

Summer is underway and it’s nice to have some of the usual  events being prepared for. In this month’s Magpie magazine there is an entry form for the village show. This will be held in the village hall on Saturday August 3rd in the village hall. What is needed is of course entries! There are many classes including some for the primary school children, including making a creature out of recycled materials! The adult classes include almost anything that you can grow, including houseplants, mixed cut flowers and all manor of veg. Get growing everyone, it’s a great little show and evryone can join in!               

The Chuch and village Fete will take place on Saturday July 13th, starting at 2pm. As always help will be required to set up the stalls etc and Grand Draw tickets are now available from the church treasurer Mrs Jo Smith, or at the services in church. Donations of books, raffle prizes can be made to church members or on the day.                                                                                                                                 #

I feel we must mention the swimming team of our primary school. The children travelled with teachers Mrs Drew and Mrs Naylor to compete at the Southwest Regional Swimming qualifier recently. Lara, Jasper, Eliza, Poppy, Kira, Hazel, Billy and Charlie C, proudly represented the school as they swam in team events racing againgst several schools from across the region. All the children swam brilliantly. Both relays were very close at the finish line. In spite of such sterling efforts our youngsters were pipped to the post and sadly didn’t make the national finals in Newcastle. So well done to our budding swimming stars you made a terrific effort. Keep up the good work!                                                                  

St Andrews will have a Sunday Worship service this Sunday starting at 11am, everyone is welcome to attendand Refreshments will be served after the service. The service will be led by Reader Mr Gill Snook.

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