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Sunday 31st August, 2pm-5pm. Following a two-year closure, Ravensford Farm Garden is re-opening in aid of the National Gardens Scheme on Sunday 31st August from 2.00 to 5.00pm.
Jaquie Holloway writes: “Would you be kind enough to let the email circuit know that it’s Mission Accomplished! It was a truly wonderful, if emotional, weekend and a fitting tribute to Richard. All 32 participants (and Bracken, Sandy’s dog!) completed … Continue reading
Sunday 29th June, 8.30pm. £2 per person (max 6 per team). Places are limited, so booking is advisable. Tel 01388 603003 or email email@example.com.
Caroline Peacock writes: “Do please support Simon Raine in this very real challenge! For those of you who may not know Simon, he’s not entirely one’s image of a natural marathon runner… (he’ll kill me for that).” June 28th.
Over 30 of Richard’s local, university and military friends (and his girlfriend’s dog!) are taking part in a National Three Peaks Challenge (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon) being organised by James Chilcott the weekend of 21 June.
David Clarke has asked me to let you know of an event in support of Syrian refugees this Thursday, 27th March, at the Baptist Church.