March 2015 archive

Village Hall AGM – 28 April 7:30pm

All welcome

Village Hall Re-Opening – 4 April @ 12:00

New Zealand Wine tasting and Food evening

The Parish Office Article

People are often mystified when I tell them I work in the Parishes’ Office in Ludlow as they have no idea what goes on there! This series of articles aims to shed some light…! The Parishes’ Secretary’s job part 2… Much of my job consists of jobs which I do for the whole Team, such …

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Knit & Stitch – March 2015

The monthly Knit & Stitch craft meetings are re-starting on the 3rd Monday of the month, Monday 20th April, 2pm at the village hall. Due to the refurbishment of the village hall, it’s been a while since our last get together. I have missed the chatter and friendly faces, not to mention the tea and …

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Caynham Ashford WI – March 2015

Our guest speaker for the evening was Rachel Hawes assisted by her friend Jacs Collins and they gave an illustrated and amusing talk on Yarn Bombing. As none of us were quite sure what this was exactly, Rachel explained it was a type of graffiti or ‘street art’ that employs colourful displays of knitting, weaving, …

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Ludlow Garden Club – March

Remember the BIG plant sale on Wednesday 16th April 7.00 pm to bring plants that you would like to sell and view what you can buy in time for 7.30 pm for the start of the Big Buy. Susannah Hall 01584 711007 for more information

Afternoon Teas @ the Village Hall

Why not come along, have a cup of tea and a delicious home made cake and ad-mire the newly re-furbished Village Hall. Plenty of stimulating company in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Thursday April 2nd and every subsequent fortnight. 2.30—4.00pm Can you spare a couple of hours occasionally to help our band of very loyal …

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Quiz Nights

With the Village Hall being out of action during the last few weeks, our usual second Friday of the month Pub Quiz has been put on hold. Before village life really swings into spring, we shall just fit in one Quiz on Friday, 10th April at the usual timing, 7.30 pm for a prompt start …

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Musings from the Lambing Shed

There I was, sitting with several of the Trevors and my fellow Trevorette enjoying a light lunch having cycled 6 miles to Yarpole and the Boot Inn. A very pleasant dish, almost completed and a light lager to help quench the thirst when the mobile rings. Some concern as Husband was at home with no …

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