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Saints Alive: Stanhoe and Barwick Newsletter

January 2012

Dates for your diary:-

WI meetings: first Thursday of every month + see below for extra activities

10th & 24th January: Brancaster Camera Club meetings – see below

7th February: Reading Room Library opening – see below

10th March: Wine tasting in the Reading rooms – see below

Wl news and activities:-

We are always delighted to have visitors attend any of our monthly meetings. If you are interested in finding out more, please feel free to contact us, or just turn up to our next meeting, in the Reading Room, Cross Lane, Stanhoe.

Meeting Schedule:-

7th January 2012:-Thursday Monthly Meeting @ 2.30pm
Speaker-Brian Ogden – Once upon a time
Competition: A limerick “Once upon a time...”
B&B Theme: No particular theme this time
Please note that Annual Subscriptions are due this month.

4th February 2012 Thursday Monthly Meeting @ 2.30pm
Speaker: Cameron Reid Osteopath. –Taking care of your back’
Competition: Make a get well card
B&B Theme: Bangles and Beads

Advanced notice of Activities and Outings:-

12th January 2012: Thursday – Afternoon tea @ The Duck Inn 3.00pm

20th January 2012: Friday – Creake Panto ‘Dracula’ 7.30pm

26th January 2012: Thursday – Stanhoe & Barwick Wl Committee Meeting 2.00pm

7th February 2012: Tuesday – Builder’s Breakfast 10.00am

Contacts and further information for any of the above: Geraldine (518025) or Pamela (518033)

MEHM Reading Room Library:-

The new Reading Room Library, an initiative of “The Friends”, is due to open for the first time on Tuesday 7th February 2012. Subsequently it will be open every Tuesday from 10: 00 until 12: 00 for villagers to come and chat over a cup of coffee, hear how the Library is growing and to choose a book to borrow.

A large number of books have been generously donated including some very special ones kindly given by the family of the late Reverend Robert and Mrs Joan Tomlinson. The existing bookcase is now overflowing so if anyone has some shelves or a bookcase which they no longer need it would be much appreciated if it could be given to the Library. (MEHM will collect) Volunteers to help occasionally with the Library would be most welcome.

Please contact Chris Drysdale on 517 040 or Pen Roche on 518 324

Wine tasting in the Reading Rooms:-

A proposed wine tasting evening is being planned for the 10th March in the Village Hall. It is proposed that this will be a –guided tasting’ event of about 7 wines (15 minutes per wine) Food will also be served with the wine – more information to follow nearer the date.

It is hoped that this will be the first of many social events to be held in the Reading Room.

Brancaster Camera Club:-

We are a small, friendly club & welcome new members. If you are interested please contact Wendy Calow on 01553 674725.

Tuesday, 10th January: Print Competition

Tuesday, 24th January: “Coast to Coast’, a DVD evening showing the work of Joe Cornish

The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal:-

A huge thank you to everyone in Stanhoe (including the National Construction College site and Fring) who contributed to this year’s Appeal, either by donating or by collecting. The total collected by Stanhoe to date is £920.50; the Sedgeford & District branch total to date is £6,155.67.

Thank you:-

A thank you from Pamela Austin. “I would like to send my thanks and appreciation for the overwhelming support and kindness shown by friends and neighbours before, during and since my recent spell in hospital.”

And finally:-

...some January dates to add to your caiendar:-

  • January 6* – Epiphany – is an official holiday in many European countries, for example Austria, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Liechtenstein, Slovakia and Croatia, as well as in parts of Germany and Switzerland
  • Burns night-January 25th
  • As January is National Thank You month may I take this opportunity to thank everyone who contributes to Saints Alive
  • My thanks, also, to the Wikipedia website for supplying the monthly interesting facts

May you all have a Happy and Prosperous 2012.

Saints Alive editor , 7 Station Road, tel 517 005

Copy deadline for the printed issue of Saints Alive
is the 15th of the previous month