Village Voice by Rosie Warrillow, 8th April

It looks like our Community Pool may be able to re-open once more of the Covid 19 restrictions have been lifted. The pool won’t be able to open in May as usual, but it’s hoped that early June may be the earliest that it can be used. The Parish Council will follow the guidelines for use of the pool from Swim England and the Education Authority regarding the use of the school grounds for access. Booking can be done through the community website and hopefully the pool will enjoy a long summer season. A pool assistant is needed to help with water checks etc and to work alongside the existing co-ordinator to cover holidays and generally to help out when he’s not available. Also routine cleaning and sweeping of the changing room area is included in the duties. Training is required and will be provided. Anyone interested can make contact through the village website/facebook page.The pool may be used after school hours during term time and during the sunmmer holidays weekdays 9am-9pm, weekends 10am-9pm.                                                                                                        

Stephen Harding has resumed his yoga classes on a Wednesday evening from 5-6.30pm . For booking please contact him on 07400417849. The classes will be held on the Rectory Gardens all socially distanced of course!                                                                                                                                                

The shop has extended its opening hours Monday- Wednesday 9-5pm, Thursday/Friday 9-5.30pm and weekends Saturtday 9-5pm, Sunday 9-1pm. Delicious pastries can now be ordered for collection, mmmm.                                                                                                                                                                   

The Fishermans Rest is still doing takeaways on the weekends including lovely Sunday lunches!!                                                                                     

St Andrews church had a wonderful Easter Communion service which was very well attended. The choir  was allowed to sing, and the congregation enjoyed the music which included some favourite Easter hymns. The church had been decorated with flowers by some of the ladies of the congregation and the Easter Garden looked beautiful with pretty primroses arranged in glass vases.. This weeks service is again a Holy Communion service which will start at the usual time of 11am and will be led by Rev John Corrie.

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