Monday, 2 May 2016

Village News

PARISH COUNCIL

The Parish Council A.G.M. will take place on Tues. 10th, May in Chapel Schoolroom
@ 7-00pm for public annual meeting, followed by Council A.G.M.

QUIZ

Due to unforeseen circumstances, last week was postponed,
this week is in aid of the Queen's Birthday celebration's.

SERVICES

This Sunday (8th.)
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @ 10-30 with Rev. S. Parkin.

Report by P Rushton.


Monday, 25 April 2016

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of the Playing Fields, Winners were "The Hooligans" & "The New Four"
£135 was raised, this week is for Cricket Club.

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

The meeting of the club on Thursday was very interesting. Members heard Cathedral guide, Celia Lord, who gave an illustrated talk
on unusual parts of the Cathedral.  She began her talk with the three kings (not the Christmas three) but the three that were responsible
for the building of St. Marys. Celia told members of 3,000 acres of roof and the only part of the building left from the original  was the West front.
There is no meeting of the club on May 5th,because of the election, the next is on May 19th     

CHURCH

Remember the Church annual meeting, which will be held in Church on April 28th.  

QUEENS BIRTHDAY

The meeting to arrange the birthday celebrations will be held in the Rose and Crown on Tuesday May 3rd.

This Sunday 1st. May
Church :- Holy Communion @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @ 10-30 with Mr. I. Hardcastle

Report By P Rushton.

Sunday, 17 April 2016

W.I.

A fascinating evening with Karen Crowe, Lincoln's Town Crier. with a history of public speaking, open air Shakespeare, Cathedral bells & a flair for witty rhymes,
all part of her roll as Town Crier, plus she gave two of her "cries". also a taste of her other roll of story telling as a "Ghost Walk" host.

CHURCH

The Church ANNUAL Meeting will be held in Church  on April  28TH t 7p.m.
All Saints Church will be open as part of the West Lindsey Churches open weekend on May 14th and 15th with a 2nd World War theme. As part of this weekend the spitfire from the Battle of Britain memorial flight will give a fly past 0n Saturday 14th at 15.35 hours and Sunday at 12.20hours..
Any memorabilia from the second world war would be much appreciated. Please contact members of the P.C.C. for any information.

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of John Coupland Hosp. winners were "Jenny's Lot" & "Oblong Table", £60 was raised, this week is for the Playing Fields,
This will be preceded by a meeting @ 7-30, all welcome !

SERVICES

This Sunday (24th.)
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service  10-30 Tim Smith

Report  by P Rushton

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY

A meeting was held to discuss arrangements for celebrations on 12th June, a committee was formed with,
Chair :- Ron Gore, Vice :- Jamie Allan, Sec. :- Carol Wells, Treas. :- Jenny Littlewood.
Provisional arrangements are, games (young & old) cricket/ football, faith tea, & songs of praise, to be held at Village Hall.
The next meeting to sort out details is on Tue 3rd. May @7-30 in Rose & Crown.
If anyone has any thoughts & not able to attend , contact Ron on 787828 or e-mail, ron.gore@barrierhealthcare.co.uk

QUIZ

Last week was for the Celebration fund, £115 was raised, winners were "The Hooligans" & "No Hopers"
This week is for J. C. Hosp.

MURAL

The refurbished war time mural in the Village Hall was unveiled last week by Coun.Jessie Milne on behalf of Edward Leigh.
Thanks were expressed to the Bomber Command, Artist, @ V. H. Committee for making this possible.

VILLAGE HALL

A Jumble Sale will be held on Sat. 23rd. April from 2-00 to 4-00 pm Please support to keep your hall going.

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Last week's speaker was Rev. Phea, who gave a very interesting account of her visit to Jerusalem.
Next meeting is April 21st. @ 2-00 pm, with a Cathedral Guide.

SERVICES

This Sunday (17th.)
Church, No Service.
Chapel, Holy Communion @ 10-30 with Rev. L Carr.

Report by P Rushton

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

QUIZ


Last week was for "Bloomers" £160 was raised, winners were "Oblong Table" & "No Hopers"
This week is is in aid of the Queen's Birthday celebrations, and will be preceded by a meeting
at 7-30, all organisations and individuals are invited to attend and put any ideas forward .

KURLING

Congratulation's to the Upton & Kexby teams in the  recent West Lindsey tournament,
who picked up the top three awards, with Don Spittlehouse & Ron Sharpe coming 3rd.
and in a tight finish, Howard & Sylvia Rose winning over Sue Farrow & Scott Hogarth.
Well done to all.

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

The next meeting is today @ 2-00pm with Rev Phea, (which was postponed from last week)
All are welcome.

SERVICES

This Sunday (10th.)
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 09-30
Chapel :-  Anniversary Service @ 10-30 with Miss C. Blackburn 

Report by P Rushton

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

 
QUIZ

Last week was in aid of the Church, winners were "The No Hoper's + The Hand of God" & "The Oblong Tablers"
£ 166-50 was raised. This week is for "Bloomers"

SERVICES

This Sunday (3rd. April)
Church :- Holy Communion @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @ 10-30 (Own Arrangements)

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Village News

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of the Air Ambulance, winners were the "Oblong Tabler's"
£81-50 was raised, this week is for the Church.

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Last week a "Posy" competition was held, the winner being Rose Pauling,
the next meeting is on April 7th. @ 2-00 pm. All Welcome !

SERVICES

This Weekend (Easter)
Church :- Sunday Holy Communion @ 9-30
Chapel :- Good Friday, Gathering @ 11-00, Sunday , Service @ 10-30 with Rev. M. Sheard.

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Village News

Cricket Club

Please note, junior (6-9)year olds. Coaching starts Tuesday March 22nd.  6-30 - 7-30 for 6 weeks, in Village Hall. All are welcome.
Come & learn basic skills !
W.I.

After the A.G.M. members were entertained by Jules. with her hand made jewelry, which was very entertaining, plus they were able to purchase !
The annual display of crafts was won by Carol Charles worth,who was presented with the rose bowl.

Parish Council

Items discussed at the last meeting were, footpath behind cemetery, potholes, bloomers planters, pig farm, defibrillators, Christmas market, Queen's birthday (a joint meeting with Kexby & public to be held at the Rose & Crown on Thursday 7th.April @7-30)
News letter to be published shortly.
Neighborhood scheme. Contact Liz Holman on 838265 for info.
Next meeting is the Parish meeting followed by the A.G.M. on Tuesday May 10th.@7-pm.

Monday, 7 March 2016

Village News

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of Marie Curie Nurses, £110-50 was raised,
winners were ""Bernard's Gang" & "Oblong Ladies" This week is for L.I.V.E.S.

SERVICES

This Sunday (13th.)
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @ 10-30

Monday, 29 February 2016

Village News


PARISH COUNCIL

The next meeting will be held on Tues. 8th March,
in Chapel Schoolroom @ 7-00 pm. for public followed
by Council meeting @ 7-30.

SERVICES

Next Sunday (6th. March)
Church :- Holy Communion @ 9-30
Chapel :- NO SERVICE (Decorating)

 QUIZ

Last week was in aid of the Air Ambulance,
Winners were "Bernards Gang" & "Oblong Tabler's" £81-50 was raised, this week is for
Marie Curie, raffle prizes appreciated.

CRICKET CLUB

Tesco are giving a grant towards the playing field for refurbish of cricket
pitch.
There are 3 grants and the one that gets most votes, gets most money!
 Voting is now taking place until the 6th March at Tesco's Gainsborough for the
 artificial wicket project. To vote for us either ask at Customer Services for
 a free token or at the checkout if you are shopping. The voting booth is at
 the entrance doors. Please spread the word, the more votes gained the more
 money we will receive.

Monday, 22 February 2016

Village News

W.I.

At the last meeting, Boogie Barn Owl owner Annette Mckenzie provided an enjoyable & entertaining evening,
she was an excellent speaker, but the show was stolen by Boogie the owl, who charmed the audience with her antics !

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Last week's speaker was Roy Pell from Community Lincs, who gave a very interesting talk on saving energy,
There will be No Meeting on March 3rd. due to the Chapel being decorated, but there will be a committee meeting
at 4 Avenue B at 2-00 pm. members please note.

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of West Lindsey "Mature Fitness" £270 - 00 was raised, winners were "Bernards Gang" & the "No Hopers" this week is for the Air Ambulance.

SERVICES

This Sunday (28th.) NO SERVICES at Church or Chapel.  

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Village News

 
QUIZ

Last week was in aid of "Bloomers", winners were "Berrnards Gang" & "Oblong Table Ladies"
£ 120 was raised, this week is for the Air Ambulance.

PANCAKE NIGHT

A Shrove Tuesday pancake evening was held in the Rose & Crown, with quite a lot of parishioners taking
part, a raffle & auction took place with £ 100 being raised for the Good Neighborhood scheme & the Church.
Many thanks to Jenny & Staff and all who contributed to the event.

SERVICES

This Sunday (21st)
Church :- NO Service
Chapel :-Service @ 10-30 with Elizabeth Taylor

CRICKET CLUB

The A.G.M. took place last week, officials appointed were :- President, John Thurlby, Chairman, Peter Rushton,
Vice Chair, Sue Roberts, Sec. Dave Farrow, Treas. Nick Ward-Lowry, Youth Rep. Toby Roberts, Wed. Capt, Nick Ward-Lowry, Sun. Capt Shaun Metcalfe.
It was decided to re-instate the Membership fees for players, as it had been dropped for the last few season's, also
to have an associate/ social member section, this being due to the decline in finances at the present time!
For details contact the Secretary on 787017 for further details.

Monday, 8 February 2016

Village News

QUIZ

Last week was in aid of the Christmas Market, £ 107 was raised,
winners being the "No Hopers" & "Bernard's Gang" this week is for "Bloomers"

MARKET MEETING

A meeting was held before the quiz, items discussed for this year were :- venue, Rose & Crown, 1st. Thur in December,
big raffle, fashion show & race night at different times through the year.

PLANNING

A public meeting was held in the Village Hall, in order to let people have their say on the "Scoping" proposals, re
pig farm.
this was well attended and a number of items put forward.

FLOOD VICTIMS

The amount raised at the Rose & Crown has totaled £ 675, not bad for a small village.

SERVICES

This Sunday (14th.) 
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @ 10-30 with Rev. Louise Carr.

FRIENDSHIP CLUB

Last week's speaker was the Rev. Phea. Green on her visit to Jerusalem, which was very interesting,
the next meeting is Thur. 18 th. with Roy Pell on saving energy costs, all welcome. 

VILLAGE HALL

A "Table Top" sale will be held on Sat. 20th. Feb. 1-00 to 4-00 PM.
anyone interested in having a table, please contact Carol Wells on 01427 788786

Monday, 1 February 2016

Village News

QUIZ

Last week was again in aid of the flood victims, £100 was raised , adding to the one of £457 raised the week before,
winners were "Bernards Gang" & the "No Hopers"
This week is for Christmas Market funds, this will be preceded  by a meeting @ 8-00pm.
Please will all interested organisations attend, also bring a prize if possible, Thank you, Lynne.

PARISH COUNCIL

At a a recent meeting, items discussed were, Post Office (or lack of it ) car parking at road junction's and
the"Scoping"  re the pig farm.

 SERVICES

This Sunday (7th.)
Church :- Holy Communion @ 9-30
Chapel :- Service @10-30 (own arrangements)

SHROVE TUESDAY (9 th.)

Pancake evening @ Rose & Crown from 7-00 pm.
Pancakes + tea/coffee £5. raffle, proceeds for Good Neighbour scheme & Church.


Report by A Rushton