Monthly Archive: May 2017

May 29

Village BBQ 12 August 12:30pm

Ashford Carbonell Village Hall Committee Village Barbeque Saturday 12th August 12.00 for 12.30pm On the Village Playing Fields Tickets £10.00 (£25 for family ticket) In advance from Janie Jones 831322, Wendy Griffiths 831522, Ishbel Yellowley 831159 Offers of help would be welcome- making salads and desserts and setting up/clearing away. Please contact Wendy or Ishbel …

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May 29

Abba Night 1 July 7:30pm

ABBA MUSIC, SMORGABORD – LIGHT BITES. ASHFORD CARBONEL VILLAGE HALL Saturday 1st July 2017 7.30pm Disco music by Steve Leighton TICKETS £8 Available from: Jackie Brundrett – 831111, Carole Frogatt – 831842 Wendy Griffiths 831522

May 29

Top of the Pots

The day was dry and bright and off we set, members and friends, for a day trip to the ‘World of Wedgwood’ in Barleston, Stoke on Trent. On arrival we had coffee and organised our day. We started with a tour of the factory where we learned about all aspects of the production, processes and …

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May 29

Caynham Ashford WI May 2017

Chris welcomed everyone to Caynham for our May meeting and said how lovely it was that Anne, Jo and Chris were able to join us. A special welcome to ex member Bette, who, whilst on a few days break with Jenny came to say hello to us all and stay for the meeting. There was …

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May 29

Knit & Stitch May 2017

A lovely needle felted baby seal was presented to the group through the show and tell session. Made on a local day course, s/he won lots of hearts. Most people had another attempt at making a little macramé owl keyring. Having to be ambidextrous and working with both hands equally was a bit of a …

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May 29

Strawberry Teas 18 June 3;00-5:00pm

Strawberry Teas at St Mary’s Church Caynham Sunday 18 June 3:00-5:00pm Come and join us for Strawberries and Cream, Cakes and Tea. Raffle, Tombola, Cake, Preserves & Plant stalls In aid of St Mary’s Church

May 29

Ludlow Garden Club – June 2017

On Wednesday June 21st there is a golden opportunity to visit The Cottage Herbery, just beyond Tenbury which is not normally open to the public. Kim Hurst is well known in the field of growing quality herbs, having won many R.H.S. medals including 2 coveted Chelsea gold. We hope to take a good number to …

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May 29

Britain on Film: Rural Britain

On Friday 19th May we had the most wonderfully nostalgic treat; a collection of archive film recordings, compiled by the British Film Institute, covering rural Britain from the early 1900s to the early 1980s. The earliest was a 1904 recording of haymaking; the most recent, a 1981 mini documentary about a proposed Cold War nuclear …

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May 29

Posh Jumble and Bric-a-Brac Sale 2017

People were queuing at the door an hour before the start of the grand jumble on 6th May and by 11.00 when it was supposed to start we had a full hall! Morning coffee with delicious homemade cakes was served throughout the morning. The leftovers were collected by Pam Reynolds from Leominster who sells it …

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May 29

Vote of Censure (Penned in April)

Spring is well and truly here. The long, dark days of inclement weather and feint heart induced cancellations are past and the Trevors can look forward to another fine summer of adventure. And the Spring so far has been so encouraging. Bright, warm days with the most wonderful show of early blossom. The Blackthorn has …

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