THE recent snow provided loads of both fun and frustration for the villagers.
A couple of grand snowmen were spotted in gardens, and nearby fields were put to good use by enthusiastic young tobogganists.
At least one person slipped and fell on the icy roads but hats off to the postman who diligently continued his deliveries despite wheels that spun and slipped.
The 675 bus-driver also deserves a mention of thanks: we were glad to be able to get into town for supplies.
The Walking Club had to cancel the walk to Tardebigge because of the icy conditions.
The Pool Piece project is still ongoing: daffodils and snowdrops are to be planted, and hopefully birds and insects will be attracted to the area.
We are assured that the willow tree which was so drastically cut back (due to top-heavy or diseased upper branches) will re-grow.
Ballroom dancing is on offer on Monday, January 28 at the Memorial Hall, 7.30pm-8.30pm. The cost is £6. Contact Suzi on 01531 632141.
On Tuesday the local Bible Study takes place at 9.30am.
Contact Rev Howard Mayall on 01531 631530.
Come along to the Curious Blend Coffee Morning at the Memorial Hall on Thursday, January 31, 10am–noon, and enjoy meeting and making some new friends.
VALERIE CLARK 01531 630257