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Saints Alive: Stanhoe and Barwick Newsletter

July 2013

*** STOP PRESS REMINDER ***

Stanhoe Village Screen:-

UNTOUCHABLE (15) Thursday 20th June 7:30pm (in French with English subtitles)

Dates for your diary:-

4th & 15th July & 9th August – WI events – see below

7th July:- Stanhoe v Docking cricket match – see below

9th & 23rd July:- Brancaster Camera Club – see below

Every Wednesday evening:- Carpet bowls

Advance notice:-

3rd August:- Stanhoe Flower Show – see below

15th August:- Practical Craft Session – see below

Stanhoe & Barwick WI News

Thurs 4th July at 2:30pm – Monthly meeting – summer garden meeting at Longwall Barn

Mon 15th July at 3:00pm – afternoon tea at Great Walsingham Barns Café

Fri 9th August - trip by minibus to Ludham for Federation garden party. Please inform Geraldine or Pamela if you wish to attend and haven’t yet given your name.

Contact details as usual: Geraldine 518025 or Pamela 518033

Cricket match:-

The Stanhoe versus Docking Cricket Match is at 2:30pm on Sunday 7th July.

Renewing old traditions, Stanhoe are to play Docking for the Umbrella Oak Cup on Sunday the 7th July on the new wicket on Stanhoe Playing Field.

We gather at 2:00pm with play commencing at 2:30pm. Tea kindly provided by the Stanhoe & Barwick WI at about 4:30pm.

Presentations & post match party in the village hall to follow.

Parking around the edge of the playing field.

Come & support Stanhoe.

Queries to Mark Roche, Hon Sec, Stanhoe Cricket Club 01485 518324.

Stanhoe Flower Show:-

Our Flower Show on Saturday 3rd August is fast approaching. The growing season may be late, but we are still hoping for a good display of vegetables and flowers from our keen gardeners. Hopefully our keen cooks will be trying out the recipes and our artists and craftspeople will be working hard at their exhibits.

Entry lists can be given to the Show Secretary, Rosemary Brown, anytime before Wednesday 31st July.

Spare schedules are available too.

Practical Craft Session:-

There will be a practical Craft session on Thursday 15th August, making cards and gift boxes at 2:00 pm in the Reading Room. Materials will be supplied and refreshments provided. A small contribution would be appreciated. This will be an informal session in which WI members will share their skill and expertise, along with hints and suggestions. Everyone is welcome.

Brancaster Camera Club:-

Tues 9th July:- Club Digital Image Competition - “Can you tell what it is yet?–

Tues 23rdJuly – An evening with Professional Photographer David Morris – NOT TO BE MISSED!

We would love to see visitors or new members at any of our meetings which are held in Brancaster Staithe Village Hall at 7:30 pm on the above dates.

Contact Jim Till on 01485 210013 or Wendy Calow on 01553 674725

Food Waste Bags:-

Compostable bags for the new food waste kitchen caddies are available from various council offices but also available from the Stanhoe Parish clerk. They currently cost £1. 15p for 50 bags. Please contact the clerk on 01485 518409 to arrange purchase.

Coasthopper bus:-

The Norfolk County Council –Keep the Coasthopper bus service petition’ is on the Council’s website for those interested in signing.

And finally:-

According to the Project Britain website:-

“July is one of the hottest months of the year” – I hope they are right this year :-)

But:-

–If the first of July it be rainy weather,
Twill rain more or less for four weeks together’ – Oh dear! ;-(

However we can look forward to various events:-

These including Henley Royal Regatta, Swan Upping (the annual census on the River Thames when swans are counted & marked on a 70 mile, 5 day journey up the river) and Honiton Fair in Devon

I’m choosing to ignore the 15th – St Swithin’s Day – enough has been said about the weather!!

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