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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Sophie Hughes writes: “On the 18th of September I will be competing in the Great North Run for the Alzheimer’s Society. I hope to improve on my time of 1 hour 25 minutes.
In the distant future, a small robot falls in love and embarks on journey that will change the course of human history. A darker and more thoughtful Pixar film than usual, it is nevertheless beautiful, witty and charming and not … Continue reading
The next meeting is in the Village Hall at 7pm on Tuesday, September 13th 2011. A talk and demonstration about ‘Beaded Cards’ by Clarice Cooper. This month’s competition theme is a ‘Homemade Greetings Card’. New members and visitors are always … Continue reading
Caroline Peacock writes: “Dear Friends, The Parish Council will meet at 7.00pm in the Village Hall on Monday 12th September. Banks Renewables have applied for permission to make a presentation about their proposal to erect five 115-metre wind turbines at … Continue reading
The Cross Keys is pleased to welcome you to their latest Friday trip around th world! This month they are fusing two flavours from the Americas. They will be offering a mix of cuisine from the deep south of the … Continue reading
Monday 5th Sept, 7:30pm, in the village hall £2.50 (includes supper).