Monthly Archive: November 2017

Nov 18

Caynham Ashford WI October 2017

Chris welcomed members to the October meeting in Caynham and said how nice it was to have three guests, Kay, Lyn and Sandra joining us for the evening. The speaker for the evening was John Swift. John is a fifth generation baker and proud to carry on the family tradition started by his great, great, …

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Nov 18

Norman Johnson. Died 27 September

I would like to thank all the wonderful neighbours and friends in Ashford Carbonel who supported me so kindly and helpfully during what has been a traumatic and stressful year.  Norman first went into hospital in early April, remained there for two months, and was then in and out and, finally, confined to the house …

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Nov 18

November 2017

The AGM took place on 27th September in a very sombre mood. The Captain, having spoken to Ruth Johnson that morning, updated the members on the condition of Norman’s health, that being that he was comfortable although gravely ill. All present expressed their concern and extended their best wishes to Ruth and Norman. Sadly Norman …

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Nov 18

November 2017

Knit & Stitch has restarted after its Summer break. ‘Show and Tell’ gave an insight into what everyone had been up to over the summer months. An amigurmi crocheted pussy cat, knitted jacket, appliqué and embroidery panels, a sewing roll holder made from lovely needlework themed fabrics, needle-felting and an assortment of quilted bags, including …

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Nov 18

Ludlow Garden Club – Nov 2017

Conception to Chaos at Aulden Farm from Alun and Jill Whitehead who are the speakers at the meeting on Wednesday 18th November at 7;30 p. m at St. Peter’s Centre in Ludlow. I expect many of you have been to this garden just beyond Leominster that has the National collection of Hemerocallis and Siberian Iris . In …

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Nov 18

Church Yard Clean up

An enthusiastic band (not all of them in the photo) have had 3 sessions to clear the Bales Tomb – on the North West corner of the Church.  Sadly none of the family now live in the area to be able to show them what a magnificent tomb their ancestors built, but it really is …

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Nov 18

Hope House Events

Bodenhams’ Fashion Show in aid of Hope House, St Laurence’s & OddBalls is on Friday 3rdNovember, 6.30 for 7.00pm start at St Laurence’s Church, Ludlow. Tickets available from the Hope House shop, Bodenhams and St Laurence’s shop. £10.00 with a drink on arrival plus nibbles.   The annual Hope House Coffee Morning will be on Wednesday 22nd November at Ashford Farm,10.00am …

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Nov 18

Carbonell’s Christmas Fireside companion

Carbonell’s Christmas Fireside companion   A Fun & Festive Evening of Words & Music   Tuesday 19th December                                               Scrumptious Pork Pies 7.30pm                                                                               & Spicy Mulled Wine   In aid of St Mary Magdalene’s & the Village Hall Tickets £5 from Peter Stretton (831474) or Matthew Brundrett (831342)

Nov 18

Trev’s Bar – new opening

Due to popular demand we will be opening “early doors”  from five ’till six! Surplus draught beers from Sunday will still be discounted! “Early Doors“ Tuesdays will only continue with your support so let’s give it a go! Cheers! Dave and Matthew

Nov 18

Foodie Night Friday 24 Nov @ 7:45pm

Ashford Carbonell Village Hall. Friday 24th November 7.45pm Bar opens 7.30pm Come and enjoy…. A Choice of Pizzas and Salads £6 Sign up at the Bar or Tel. 01584 831322  

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