Richard Sutton, Tower Captain, would like to let the village know that the bell ringers are attempting a quarter peal next Saturday morning between 9.00 – 10.00am, dedicated to Elena, David and Lynn Betts’ grand-daughter who sadly passed away just before Christmas.
We’re off again, after being rudely disturbed by Christmas and New Year celebrations. I hope that you all had an enjoyable time with friends and family.
First of all;
2020 monthly Village Lunches are undergoing some changes.
The first lunch of this year will be on Monday 27th January, at the usual time of 12.30, in the Parish Room. The meal will be Fish Pie (no shell fish), and a choice of a hot or cold pudding.
The cost will be £3 for the main course, and £2 for pudding. Tea or Coffee will be free.
Should you like to enjoy this lunch, and chat time, please let either Judy (892409) or Florence (892056) know before Friday 24th January. We look forward to enjoying your company then. f there are any vegetarians who do not eat fish please let us know.
We plan to have the lunches on a Monday in future and will publish the dates well ahead
Friday 7 February – Pub Night. 7:30-11:00pm. Come and enjoy a drink and a natter with friends old and new.
Saturday 8 February – Holy Communion in the Church 09:30-10:00am followed by Air Ambulance Coffee Morning in the parish rooms and the LAP will be open in the Main Hall. There will be a Foodbank collection, in the kitchen as usual.
Wednesday 19 February – Mr Keith and his mini “orchestra” of multi-instrumentalists. He is a popular performer on the Live & Local touring circuit and I can only say get your tickets in good time! This will be in the Main Hall with a licenced bar, doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are available from Anita at South Scarle Post Office which is open Tuesday and Thursday mornings 0900-1200, or by ringing Anita on (01636) 892003
Tuesday February 25 – Shrove Tuesday Pancakes in the Parish Room. 11.30am-1.15pm. As usual donations will be gratefully received, don’t miss out on this very popular event.