Saints Alive: Stanhoe and Barwick Newsletter
Dates for your Diary or Calendar
Village quiz 8pm in the village hall.
WI meeting 2.30pm in village hall. Eel Catching, a Fenland tradition. This is an open meeting for everyone in the village. £1 entrance fee on the door. The talk will start at 2.30pm. Business to take place after a cup of tea and biscuits.
Bingo in the village hall. Eyes down 7.30pm.
Please note these classes will now start on Tuesday October 6th in the village hall with Judith Key 7–9pm. All welcome.
Charity Fundraiser Treasure Hunt
The President of Stanhoe & Barwick WI would like to express her gratitude to all the members and friends of our WI who helped or contributed in any way to the success of our fund raising event, and particularly to committee members who gave their time willingly and worked so hard......you all know who you are, so please accept my sincere thanks for your efforts. The sum raised for Tapping House was £616.50
Page calls time
After 25 years at the Crown Inn, Page Clowser will retire in January 2010. Page and Sarah took over the Crown on 5th November 1984 and for more than 20 years Wendy Eckersley has run the Kitchen. The Brewery is now interviewing prospective new tenants, and there has apparently been a lot of interest Terry Stork, trade director at Elgood & Sons Brewery, said: “We want to retain the Crown as a village pub. We have no plans at all to turn it into a gastropub”. He added that likely changes would include an upgrade to the kitchen and a larger dining area, but stressed that this would depend on the final agreement between the brewery and the new tenant.
Mobile Police Station. Will be on The Green, Burnham Market on Wednesday 28th October.
News for Saints Alive
As you will have noticed this months newsletter is a bit sparse. If you have any items of news, views or comments (printable ones please), let me have them for next months issue.
The man who in the view of gain thinks of righteousness, who in the view of danger is prepared to give up his life, and who does not forget an old agreement however far back it extends, such a man may he reckoned a complete man.