Monthly Archive: May 2015

May 06

Church Flowers – April

See April’s fantastic flower arrangements

May 04

Village Hall re-opening April 2015

All the photos from the re-opening, many thanks to Graham.

May 04

Frank returns?

A lone duck flew over this afternoon and crash landed into the chicken pen. He then waddled over to the feeder and tucked into a good meal of Layers Pellets…. We knew then that Frank was back!! Frank was the duckling who adopted us last May and became positively human. He then moved to the …

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May 04

Ludlow Garden Club – May

Our Summer programme takes off in the form of garden visits – back to St. Peters, Ludlow in October. On Wednesday 20th May we have a visit to the Dorothy Clive Garden, Willoughbridge, Nr Market Drayton. Two acres of woodland are centred on a waterfall where century old oaks shelter more than 250 species and …

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May 04

Flicks in the Sticks

Just a note from Clare and me, at the end of the season, to thank everyone who contributed – by sorting out the practical stuff like posters and flyers, setting up the Hall (and also de-setting it!), running the Bar, and by attending the shows. We look forward to seeing you in October. Please don’t …

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May 03

Coffee Morning and Plant Sale

Annual Coffee Morning and Plant Sale at Caynham Village Hall on Saturday, 16th May, 10.00 am until 12.00 noon. Everyone very welcome. Plants, books, raffle, cakes. Entrance £1 to include coffee/tea and biscuit.

May 03

Knit & Stitch – April 2015

It was lovely to begin our monthly get togethers again. The hall was looking lovely in the Spring sunshine and was most welcoming with its new lighting. There have been a lot of crafty goings on during the group’s closed period and our ‘show and tell’ saw exam-ples of knitting, crochet, Suffolk punch appliqué, fabric …

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May 03

Caynham Ashford WI – March 2015

Although we had a few members missing, there were quite a lot of us present for the first meeting in the newly refurbished Ashford village hall. It really is a great improvement and felt a lot lighter and airier. The March bowling trip was a great success and the contest was a real nail biter …

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May 03

Teddy Bear’s Picnic

            Sunday 7th June 2:00 – 5:00pm at Tinkers Hill, Ashford Carbonell Games and competitions Teddy Bear Hunt; Guess Ted’s age Name this bear Best Bow on a Bear Tickets: Adults £6, under 10s £3, free for under 3s available form Mal (831346) or Lynda (831243) all in Aid of …

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May 03

Thank you from Liz Kelly

It’s sometimes said that Ashford is a charmed village. It is, and it’s the people who make it so. I wanted to send a huge thank you to those who gave me their help and support when I was in hospital and are continuing to do so now I’m back – so very much appreciated.

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