The AGM took place last Thursday, the chair Sue Rockall welcomed everyone to the meeting.The secretary Carol Wells said it had been another successful year with many local organisations using the hall on a regular basis.There had been quite a lot of fundraising including quizzes, a craft fair, Christmas market,jumble sales and the coffee and chat mornings go from strength to strength.The treasurer Pauline Chester said they needed more bookings as they had lost keep fit and Tae Kwando, but they hoped to reduce the running cost by changing their gas and electric supplier.The chair in her report thanked all the committee for their hard work during the year, also the representatives of organisations who attended the meetings.She thanked the people who had helped with fundraising and the parish councils for their donations. She thanked the people who look after the hall especially Ron and Fiona Gore for all their help with the floor.It is hoped that new age curling will be set up shortly.
Upton and Kexby U9'S Kwik Cricket team got their season under way with a good win away to Lindum Warriors.Lead by captain William Lobley they fielded first and restricted Lindum to 214 runs,with Reece and Riley Hancock, Thomas Blow,Pierce Hudson,Isaac Conway and Jimmy Purdy all taking wickets.In reply to Lindums 214 the opening pair of William Lobley and Jack Page took the score to 242 with William hitting two sixes.The next pair Thomas Blow and Pierce Hudson moved the score onto 266, with some lusty fours coming from Thomas's bat.The young brothers Reece and Riley Hancock steadily moved the score onto 308, the last pair of Jimmy Purdy and Isaac Conway took the final
score to 345, with Jimmy hitting fours all around the ground.The winning victory of 131 runs was well deserved by this young and upcoming team.
There are seven allotments available for rent in Upton, the price is £25 per year . If anyone is interested please contact Alan Warrington on 01427 839629 you don't have to live in Upton or Kexby.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
This Sundays service is at the earlier time of 8-30am and it is Holy Communion.
Last weeks quiz was for Women's Refuge The winners were the Whatever Team and Bernard's Gang £100 was raised This weeks quiz is for Christian Aid.
Written by Mrs L Alsop