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1:00pm Thursday 7th February 2013 in Villages
THE beautiful snowy landscapes disappeared overnight with the heavy downfall of rain, and some roads in the parish were temporarily flooded.
The bad weather did not deter a good number of the villagers from getting together at the Pop-Up-Pub on Friday evening at the Memorial Hall.
This event will take place every two weeks straight after Games Evening. Next evening, Friday, February 8, 9pm.
The Farmers Arms is up for sale. Villagers await further news with bated breath.
The first quarterly edition of the Parish Newsletter for 2013 will soon be delivered to residents, thanks to Marc Low and his team.
Christ Church Bible study group meet every second Tuesday.
The next meeting is on February 12. Contact Brian at 01531 633540.
The village prayer-meeting takes place every Wednesday morning at the church from 9.30am-10am.
A Street cat called Bob is the book under discussion at the next meeting of the Book Club, Tuesday, February 12.
Animal-lovers will enjoy this story that relates the antics of a stray cat and how author and recovering drugaddict, James Bowen, is motivated by Bob to turn his life around.
Contact Anne on 01531 632439.
The next meeting of the Garden Club will be Wednesday, February 13 at the Memorial Hall, 7.45pm, where a talk will be presented on Organic Growing.
On a personal note, warm congratulations to Pat Jacobs on her 80th birthday on Wednesday.
VALERIE CLARK 01531 630257
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