This Sunday is of course Remembrance Sunday and A.G’s tribute to the fallen will start at 10.45am at the War Memorial. There will be representatives from all the village organisations present to lay poppy wreaths to remember the war dead. This years service will be led by Reader Mr Michael Tagent. Once the tributes have been paid , the rest of the service will take place in the church, where, during the service the last post will be played. As always, there will be refreshments after the service
It’s Soup and Puds this week, in fact its tomorrow , in the village hall starting at 12.00 until 2pm. There will be a wonderful choice of these delightful home-made treats on offer, at just £5 per person,just the thing to keep the winter weather at bay. Well done to the ladies for once again organizing this wonderful taste fest, all funds raised will go to the upkeep of our village hall.
We do live in a wonderful place and its so wonderful to be able to walk and enjoy the countryside but recently I have noticed an increase in vehicles speeding down the tidal road. There are so many people that use the route to walk, ride horses or take their children for bike rides down there, so a plea, please slow down, its too late when someone has been hurt, be more considerate to other users of the road.
The project Group will be having an exhibition in St Andrews from this weekend to commemorate the end of the First World War. Some wonderful photo’s and information will be available to view in the church during daylight hours, 8am -3.30pm.
The Festive Season is just around the corner and our local shop is getting ready to help with our Christmas requirements.Local foodstuffs and gift wrap are among the exciting goods on offer.. Christmas brochures will be delivered to everyone in the parish along with an order form, additional order forms are available at the shop. Also available at the Post Office counter are this years Christmas stamps,so don’t miss them!