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Saints Alive: Stanhoe and Barwick Newsletter

October 2013

Dates for your diary:-

3rd, 15th & 22nd Oct: WI meetings – see below

14th Oct: Stanhoe Village Screen – see below

19th & 26th Oct: Flu vaccinations – see below

Advance notice:-

15th Nov: Stanhoe Village Screen – see below

Stanhoe & Barwick WI News

3rd October: Monthly meeting at 2:30pm in the Reading Room, Cross Lane

15th October: Nelson Group Meeting at Wells-next-the-Sea at 12:30pm

22nd October: Autumn Lunch at Heacham Manor Hotel at 12:30pm

For further information please contact Geraldine (518025) or Pamela (518033)

Open to all:-

The Stanhoe & Barwick WI October meeting will be open to everyone. The speaker, Jan Ireson, will talk about, and demonstrate, Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging.

All are welcome. We make no charge, and refreshments will be available. For further information please contact Geraldine (518025) or Pamela (518033)

Removal of Play Area fencing:-

It is the intention of the Parish Council to remove the wooden fencing which surrounds the infant and toddler play area on the village playing field as it is in poor condition and could cause harm. The design and construction of the fence no longer complies with current guidelines on best practice for the provision of playground fencing. There is no requirement in law to provide fencing since the play area is well away from the road, therefore, the Parish Councillors have reached a decision to remove it.

If anyone has any particular questions or concerns, please telephone the parish clerk on 01485 518409.

Stanhoe Village Screen:-

Monday 14th October 7:30pm – ROBOT & FRANK (12A) comedy.

Set in the near future, Frank, a retired jewel thief, is given a robot carer by his son who finds it difficult to care for him from a distance. This is essentially about us oldies coping with new technology. At times very funny, charming and moving but with tragedy just below the surface. A deliciously inventive comedy. A crowd pleasing joy. DATE for your DIARY: Fri 15th November 7:30pm – Love is all you need (15) (romantic drama) Tickets £5 on the door to include a complimentary drink.

For further information visit the website: Stanhoe.org (or ring 01485 518191)

Flu vaccinations:-

It’s nearing that time of year again when Burnham Market Surgery can offer flu vaccinations to registered patients that are within the following groups:-

Respiratory disease Heart disease Kidney disease Liver disease Diabetes A weak immune system If you have had a stroke If you are over 65 Pregnant ladies

Clinics will be held on Saturday 19th October and Saturday 26th October 2012 from 9:00am to 12:30pm No appointment is necessary.

Please note that the Burnham Market Surgery’s website address has changed. It is now www.theburnhamssurgery.co.uk. Burnham Market Surgery – Tel: 01328 737000

Brancaster Camera Club:-

Tuesday 8th October – A return visit by Adrian Stone who will show his images of Pacific – the North-West

Tuesday 22nd October – Ron Tear MPAGB. ARPS & Maggie Tear LRPS CPAGB – –The Big Screen Show’

Both at 7:30pm in Brancaster Staithe Village Hall. We would be pleased to see you if you would like to come along.

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

And finally (with thanks to the Wikipedia website):

  • October is commonly associated with the season of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and spring in the Southern hemisphere where it is the seasonal equivalent to April in the Northern hemisphere and vice versa (mind you as I write this September feels more like winter!)

  • October is also very commonly associated with Halloween in western world

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