On the last day of term, the children of our Primary School celebrated Apple Jack Day with an array of apple themed activities. Parents, children and carers enjoyed time in the outdoor play area and apple treats such as apple crumble, apple pie and delicious apple cakes. The children also enjoyed creating some pumkin carvings and made beautiful posies and collages from fallen autumn leaves that they found in the surounding countryside. Well done to everyone who joined in to make this a most enjoyable day.
As many of us have noticed road closures have been in place this week. This was due to the fitting of the long awaited Speed Cushions. At last, help for residents at the Fisherman’s end of the village in relieving the troubling and potentially dangerous problem of speeding motorists – let’s hope for a quieter life for the residents from now on. Just to say that there are a lot of children who play in Fore Street these days and more cautious speeds would be appreciated. More road closures are expected during next week with the Tidal Road being closed for patching work to take place on the 5th and 6th of November, please keep an eye out for the signs.
The Christmas Arts and Craft Fair will take place on 21st of November and I’m reliably informed that there are still some tables available for booking for the day. The Fair will showcase local food and drink and craft-work, so please come and support this event. There were certainly some delicious offerings on show last year and this year promises to be even better. For further information please phone Meg on 550536 or Jan on 550981.
On Sunday St Andrew’s will enjoy a Sunday Worship service with Michael Tagent starting at 11.00 am.The following Sunday the 8th of November is of course Remembrance Sunday and folk are invited to meet at the War Memorial at 10.45 to commemorate and remember the War Dead. This years Act of Remembrance will be led by Rev Neil Barker.