A big thank you to everyone who helped with the recent Macmillan Coffee Morning which raised a fantastic £787.11 and the Harvest Supper which raised £357 for RABI! Both events were a real credit to our community and enjoyed by all who went along.
To commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War we are trying to put together some information about each of the men named on our War Memorial, who were killed in action. We want to find out things such as where they lived, what work they were doing and details about their families. This will form the basis of an exhibition in the Sports Pavilion for the Remembrance Service. If anyone has any artefacts or photos that might help, please get in touch with Jay – email@example.com A full list of names is in the September Parish Magazine which you can access from the website home page.
Bring your dog(s) along to the FUN DOG SHOW on Saturday. All well-behaved dogs are welcome to enter.
- Best Simple Obedience;
- Prettiest Bitch;
- Most Handsome Dog;
- Waggiest Tail;
- Best Young Handler;
- The Dog the Judge Would Most Like to Take Home;
- Best in Show (for the winners of the above classes).
Entry is just £2 per class; sign up at the dog show arena on the day, the earlier the better! Rosettes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places; certificates for Commended dogs. And there are special doggy prizes!
Lucky Brian Holdstock has won the 100 Club draw for the second time this year. After his first win in March (which he decribed then as “a good return on his investment”), Brian won the draw again in July. If you’ve not yet joined the 100 Club for this year, it’s not too late; just get in touch with Robin Ratciffe on 01424 892674.
The March and April winners of our “100 Club” draw were Nicky Bishop, who put her prize money towards fixing her shower, and Brian Holdstock who made a very businesslike comment about “return on investment”. You can join the 100 Club at any time durng the year, for a mere £1 per month. Contact Robin Ratcliffe (on 01424 892674) if you’d like to join in.