Sunday, 28 December 2014

Everingham Newsletter January 2015

Everingham News January    2015

Thank    you

Many    thanks    to    Helen    Marsden    for    collating    the    newsletter    during    2014.

Marie    Curie brunch

29th    MARCH    2015    - A    DATE    FOR    YOUR    DIARY!


MORE    DETAILS    TO    FOLLOW,    DON’T    FORGET,    29TH    MARCH    2015!

HOPE    TO    SEE    YOU    THEN,    LOUISE,    VICKI    &    CLARA    - ALL    PROCEEDS    TO    MARIE    CURIE    CANCER    CARE

Theatre    evening    at    the    village    hall

Happy    Jack    by    John    Godber to    be    performed    by    the    Library    Theatre    Company    on    Saturday    21 February.        Tickets,    £5    available    from    Sally.    Tel:    872415.

Everingham    oil    club

Delivery    dates    for    the    year    are January    ,    March,    May,    September    and    November. All    residents    of     the    area     covered     by     the     circulation     of     this     newsletter    are     welcome     to    join.    We    make     no    charge    for    membership, if    anyone    would    like    more    details    of    the    benefits    please    email    either    phil.cartwright1@btinternet or .     The     more     members     we     have     the    better    our    powers    of    negotiation.

Oil    club    price    comparison

I    have    had    a    number    of    people    ask    how    much    we    save    via    our    buying    group.    This    is    not    an easy    answer    as    the    various    companies’ quotes    have    a    wide    span.    The    highest    I    was    quoted    for    our    total    order    was    51.10ppl    plus    vat.

The    main    comparison    I    make    is    via    the    on    line    fuel companies,    the    following    prices    were    quoted    for    a    1000ltr    delivery    in    November    2014.

EV    oil    club  43.2ppl     Boilerjuice 45.1ppl    Fueldighter 46.2ppl    ER    buying  group 46.4ppl  

Hope    this    is    useful    when    compared    to    our    price    of    43.2ppl.        The    more    members    we    can    enrol    to    buy    with    us    the    higher    savings    we    can    obtain,    pass    on    the    word. Mike.

Village    hall

The    village    hall    committee    meeting    will    be    on    January    8th at    7pm    and    this    month’s inn    will    be    on    Friday    16 January    .

Winter    health

If    you    need    access    to    health    services    over    the    winter    period,    please    use    the    Choose    Well    site    to    get    information    about    how    to    access    local    alternatives    to    A&E.    Visit    :

KF Supplies Ltd

Supplying materials to DIY and construction projects 01430 872017

Independent and family run

Delivery service available

Logs and coal now in stock

York Road, Market Weighton.

Lady    Herries    of    Terregles

Lady    Herries    of    Terregles,    the    14th    holder    of    the     barony,     who     has     died     aged     76,     was     a    well-known     racehorse     trainer     and     the    second     wife     of     one     of     England’s     greatest    cricketers,    Colin    Cowdrey.    She     was     born     Anne     Elizabeth     Fitzalan-Howard     on     June     12     1938,     the     eldest     of     the    four    daughters    of    the    16th    Duke    of    Norfolk.    From     her     earliest     years     she     had     loved    horses,     and     in     1970     she     went     to     live     at    Everingham,     formerly     her     paternal    grandmother’s     house,     in     East     Yorkshire,    where     she     became    Master     of     the    Middleton    Hounds.    On     the    death    of    her    father    in    1975,    she    became    in    her    own    right    Lady    Herries    of    Terregles;     although     eligible     to     sit     in     the    House     of     Lords     (until     its     reform     in     1999),    she    chose    not    to    take    her    seat.    Lady     Herries     was     last     in     Everingham     in    1989     to     celebrate     the     150th anniversary     of    the    Catholic    church    in    the    village.Lady     Herries     of     Terregles,     born     June     12    1938,    died    November    25    2014    This     obituary     can     be     read     in     full     on     the     Telegraph’s


Church    services    for    January

 4    Jan HC 09.15 Everingham

6 Jan HC    (    Epiphany) 7.30pm HOSM

11    Jan  HC 10.45 HOSM

18    Jan  HC 09.15 Everingham

25    Jan HC 09.15 Harswell

Email    newsletter

Help    us    save    on    ink    and    printing    costs    and    have    this    newsletter    delivered    by    email.    Just    send    us    your    name    and    address    to    The    closing    date    for    the    February    newsletter    is    the    25    January.    Email    or    post    submissions    through    our    letterbox    at    Cornerways.    Thank you.

This    month’s    newsletter    kindly    sponsored    by    K.F.    Supplies    of    Market    Weighton.

Carol Singers Raised £240

Pete and Val wanted to thank all the carol singers and all who donated money.

The carol singers raised about £240 for Wolds Wonder, a local drama group for people with special needs.

Thanks everyone.

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Christmas Drink

Some of the gents in the village have decided to meet up for a social Christmas drink this Friday, 19th December.

We're meeting in Judson's, Pocklington, 8pm onwards.

All welcome. 'More the merrier.'

Friday, 5 December 2014

Planning Application

Sam has received a planning application for Allerthorpe Park Golf Club for "Change of use land for the siting of no: 250 lodges and static caravans (for holiday use only) with associated access, hard and soft landscaping, drainage and engineering works"

Sam will put the letter on the Notice Board for people to look at but the full documents are available to view online (or at Sam's house) and the application number is 14/03238/STPLF. Comments must be received by the council no later than 22 December.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Celebrating Christmas In Bielby

Celebrating Christmas In Bielby  

Carol Service

St Giles' Church 6.30pm Sunday 21st December. This replaces the service at 9.15am.

Carol Singing

Carol singing 6pm Monday 22nd December.

In aid of Wolds Wonder, a local drama group for people with special needs.

Meet at Richard and Christine Coe's house - Hollycroft Court.

Christmas Day Service

St Giles' Church Communion 10.30am Everyone welcome.

Christmas Walk

Sunday 28th December 10.30am.

Meets at Mill Lane. Hoping to have soup and sandwiches at Melbourne Arms en route.

Contact Paul Kerry on 318811 for more information.

Everingham Newsletter December 2014

Established 1988

Make-a-Wish Charity
I would like to thank those who supported me so well at the coffee morning. We raised nearly £300. This will go to Make-a-Wish Charity. Louie Cooper and my great-granddaughter, Eve have benefited from this charity.

Choir Practice
Anna Myatt has kindly agreed to hold choir practice (at her home) -for the carol service - Blessing of the Cup Cakes which is on Friday 19th December at 6.30pm
If you like to sing or want to start please come along to Anna’s house
Practice starts 7.00pm on Sunday 30th November

Christmas Carol Concert
Celebrate the Festive Season with a Traditional Carol Concert
In aid of both village churches
9 Lessons & Carols with
"Cantabile" Musical Director - Gillian Barker

~Sunday 14th December 2pm~
St Mary & St Everildas' Church, Everingham Park
Bring your friends and family, £6 per person (Children free)
Including mulled wine & mince pies

Tickets - Helen Guest - 01430 860 203 or call at Everingham Hall

Woodland Nurseries
Fresh cut Christmas trees.
·        Traditional and non-drop
·        3ft pot grown trees (ideal for table or bedroom)
·        Fresh Holly wreaths
·        DIY choose and cut Norway spruce. All sizes available.
Open 10-3 every day in December
Lesley : 07969522882

Lost Property at the Village Hall.
A gillet was left on the pegs, possibly after Clubley's Auction.
A torch found after the fireworks night.
Please contact Sally [872415] with a description to claim.

Thank you to all who came along to see the fireworks. We hope you enjoyed the evening.
VH committee

Church Services for December

7th Dec                                                HC                              09.15               Everingham
14th Dec                                  HC                              10.45               HOSM
                                                Carol Service                        19.30               Harswell
19th Dec                                  Carol Service            18.30              Everingham
                                                (Blessing of the Cup Cakes)           
21st Dec                                   HC                              09.15               Everingham
24th Dec                                  Midnight mass            22.00               Seaton Ross
23.30pm            HOSM
25th Dec (Christmas Day)    HC                              09.15               Everingham
28th Dec                                  HC                              09.15               Harswell
4th Jan 2015                            HC                              09.15               Everingham

Every Wednesday                HC                              09.30               Old School HOSM

Christmas Greetings
Season’s greetings to all in Everingham and thank you for all your support thought out the year - Church Warden and PCC St Everilda’s Church.

Christmas Greetings + all the best for 2015 to all, from The Wilkinson's of Common Farm.

Tim and Anne-Marie would like to send Seasonal Greetings of Goodwill and Peace to all. Wishing everyone a Joyous and Prosperous New Year!

Christmas greetings to everyone we know in Everingham and Harswell and very best wishes for 2015 from Val and Tom Featherby.

Inn at the Village Hall.
Sunday, 30th November. 12-2. Cask of Cliff Hanger.
Saturday, 20th December – by the fire and next to the Christmas tree.
Cask of Everingham Cracker from Yorkshire Brewery, Beverley.
Saturday, 16th January.

New Years Eve at the Village Hall
The bar will be open 8.30 – 1pm. Cask of Timothy Taylors. Nibbles.
 Fireworks at midnight.

Village Walk on New Years Day.
The walk will be starting from Everingham Park, courtesy of Helen and Phil. Meet there 12.45. The walk will finish at the Village Hall. Refreshments will be served.  If you have not been before, please note most of the walk will be ‘off road’ and if you would like to bring your dog/s, the more the merrier.    

Theatre evening at the Village Hall.
Sat 21st February 2015 a performance of Happy Jack written by John Godber of Hull, by Library Theatre Group.
More details to follow, from Sally.

Village Hall committee meeting. 8th November.
As a result of Anne-Marie stepping down from the position of treasurer, Tricia has taken on the roll as acting Treasurer until the AGM and Nigel has taken on the roll of acting Chair until the AGM.
The committee would appreciate some new blood and fresh ideas. Please talk to Nigel or anyone on the committee if you are interested in helping.
Committee members are - Nigel Elliot (acting Chair)Tricia Coole (acting Treasurer), Vicky Kress(secretary), Jennifer Cartwright, Helen Marsden, Jan Rogers, Sally Wilkinson, Phil Cartwright, Brin James and Mike Rogers.

The committee would like to thank Anne-Marie for 'doing the books' for the last 7 years.

Sat 24th January 2015 Games night in aid of Harswell Church
Come along for a night of fun and competition at Everingham Village Hall. 
There will be whist, dominoes, beetle, and other assorted games. 
Prizes for the winners.

The bar will be open

Tickets   £10 for adults   Family tickets £25 including supper
from Val Featherby tel 860309 and Jean Brookhouse tel 860226

Minutes of the meeting held on 19 November 2014
in the Village Hall, Everingham.
1.      Present were Councillors Tom Featherby (Chairman), Marcia Call, Patricia Coole, Rachel Glossop and Bryn James. Clerk to the Council: Anthony Stocking.
2.      Councillors Edward Pettifer and Alison Thompson tendered their apologies for absence.
3.      In attendance, to update Councillors on the progress of the committee objecting to the proposed Everingham Wind Farm, were Chris and Jane Berridge.
4.      The death of Bernard Whatling, a former Chairman of the Council and Councillor, was noted and TF outlined the contribution he had made to Parish whilst a Councillor.
5.      Matters arising:
5.1              Chris Berridge outlined to Councillors the latest information gleaned from correspondence with the developers of the wind farm.
5.2              Councillors were of the opinion that HGVs to Kemps of Seaton Ross will use a number of routes.
Repairs to the road surface and passing places carried out by ERYC along Thorpe le Street Road have been welcomed. Councillors agreed that a potential means of getting positive action to resolve the issue is for residents to complain directly to ERYC. Should the situation worsen then residents can advise the Council accordingly.
5.3              Councillors agreed to have ownership of the village telephone box transferred to the Parish Council and that BT can remove the equipment. The cost of transfer of the recently repainted box will be £1. A subsequent meeting will decide the use of the box and suggestions from residents are welcome.
5.4              Streetscene operatives have not completed the work on their schedule. 
5.5              Councillors decided to request Northern PowerGrid to pass ownership of the redundant power pole to the parish. The new pole will remain.
5.6              Councillors agreed to replace the lamp brackets as recommended by ERYC Lighting Department. The precept will increase for next three years by 15%.
5.7              It was not possible to reach a decision on the purchase of a defibrillator. A report is to be prepared for the January meeting.

6.      Finance:
6.1              The bank balance is £3939.24 and the projected year-end balance is £2472.03.
6.2              The billing figure for Council Tax purposes will increase from £32.53 to £37.41 – provided the ERYC tax base for the parish remains unchanged.
7.      Business:
7.1              AT sought permission to retain her seat even though she will be absent from meetings over a 30-week period. Councillors agreed to grant permission.
7.2              A voluntary event, East Yorkshire Villagers at War, to commemorate soldiers who lost their lives because of World War I is to take place on 20 and 21 March 2015 at North Ferriby Village Hall. The organisers seek experiences and memorabilia and anyone who can help should please contact the Clerk to the Council.
8.      Date of next meeting:
8.1              The next meeting will be in the Village Hall at 19h30 on 14 January 2015. Electors can submit questions, comments or items for discussion at the meeting by contacting the Clerk within 14 days of the meeting.

Issued 26 November 2014.By Anthony Stocking, Clerk to the Council.39 The Meadows, Leven. East Riding of Yorkshire. HU17 5LX. 01964 542043 :

Everingham oil club
If you live in the circulation area of this newsletter and would like to be included in the oil club then please email phil.cartwright1@btinternet. You will then receive an email when the next delivery is due. If you require oil at that time then you will be advised of the chosen supplier for that month, you should then make contact directly with the supplier to arrange payment. Our normal delivery months are January, March, May, September & November. From time to time interim deliveries may be arranged, however we suggest that to get the best prices we should try and concentrate on these planned dates.
 Mike, Jan & Phil.

Next issue of newsletter.
Ali and Pete Thompson are taking on compiling the newsletter for 2015.

Please send submissions to or post them through their letterbox at Cornerways.

Lesley of Woodland Nurseries has sponsored the newsletter this month.

Farm Fresh Turkeys

Farm Fresh Turkeys.

Orders now being taken for Christmas.

Gale Carr Farm, Bielby.

Please contact Sam or Mark on or 318682.

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Rural Sounding Board

The Parish Council has received this email regarding the rural sounding board.

The Rural Sounding Board was established as a way of gathering Councillors opinion on a range of topics.  It has two separate Boards, one for Local Authority Councillors (one per member authority) and one for Parish Councillors (one per Parish Council as part of the Rural Services Community). 

This information will be used to inform our research and enable Councillors to share their views on key issues affecting their local area.
The first survey was on The Impact of Austerity Measures on Local Services.
The results of this survey were presented at the recent AGM in London on 17th November.
They can be accessed at this webpage:
Rural Sounding Board
The Rural Sounding Board will gather views and opinions of rural Local Authority Councillors and Parish Councillors across England and will use the re...
The second survey for the Rural Sounding Board will be taking place early next year.

Saturday, 15 November 2014


I have had a comment left on the website asking if we could just ask if any one is letting off fireworks other than on bonfire night if they could let their neighbours and those they know who have pets that they will be letting off fireworks on a particular night, as animals can get frightened and distressed by the noise of the fireworks. The person didn't leave their name but just thought I would pass on the reminder.

Information Re Flooding

Someone kindly sent Richard Watts an email about the flooding, however Richard deleted it by mistake before he read it, so just wondered if the person would you be kind enough to send it again. kind regards and Richard says sorry about that!
Richard's email address is

Everingham November Newsletter 2014

Sorry I haven't published this sooner, but I have only just seen it in amongst hundreds of emails!

Established 1988

Bernard Whatling
I would like to thank everyone who attended Bernard’s funeral and all those who took the time to send cards and letters to me and my family. We feel we’ve had a lot of arms around us, helping us through a very difficult time.
I would also like to thank Mike for keeping everything tidy and those who made the church look so beautiful. Thank you all it is appreciated.
Diane Whatling and family.

From the village.
Sadly Bernard passed away on Sunday, 12th October. He was a familiar figure on his mobility scooter around and about the village, with Polly, his little dog keeping him company on the step. He was born in Thornton and became a builder. Bernard worked for John Layton of Bielby before setting up his own business. He was well known for his woodcraft work, producing everything from pincushion holders made from local wood to copying a farmhouse porch from an old photograph.
The Whatlings moved to Rose Cottage in the late 1970s. Bernard served on the Parish Council for many years and was a mine of local information.
Everybody will miss him and our thoughts are with Diane and family.

Village Hall committee meeting. Thursday, 6th November.7pm

Inn Nights at the Village Hall.
Saturday, 22nd November
Saturday, 20th December

Bonfire Night at the Village Hall. Saturday, 1st November.
VH and bar open 6.30
Fireworks at 7pm
Food available –bangers(!) and a roll
Price – same as last year – donation in the bucket.
VH committee

Supporting the performing arts - begging bowl time!
Next year Melbourne Community Primary School's drama group (the M&M Club) will be performing Bugsy Malone. The cost to the school is immense what with the licence, costumes and props and so they ask well-wishers if they would like to become a patron or a sponsor of the club. As a patron, following a donation to the drama group, your name will be published in the programme. (If you so wish) Or you might like to become a sponsor of the Club whereby following a donation to Club funds, your company would be advertised in the programme. 
If you fancy supporting Everingham's youngsters who attend M&M (Melbourne & Music) Club, please contact the school on Even the smallest donation will be very gratefully received or if you want any more information, give me a ring.  
Many thanks. 
Ali Thompson Tel 861524

Everingham village facebook page
Like our new page on facebook to keep uptodate with events and causes in the village.  All business advertisements welcome.!/pages/Everingham-Village/365584893615365  or email any updates to
 Debbie (Waby)

Sewing Workshops
I'm running sewing workshops on Tuesday & Wednesday, daytime and evenings. Totally client lead so you can tailor the workshop to your own needs.
Ring Tracey on 861714, email or take a look at for more details.

Thank You
Thanks to all cooked and helped set up and all who supported our Harvest Lunch  £600 was raised for the continuing up keep of the Church
Special thanks to Helen Marsden for again providing beautiful flower displays in the Church and the Village Hall
Hilary   Church Warden

Remembrance Sunday Service
There will be a service of Remembrance on Sunday November 9th at 10.30am prompt starting at the Church before moving to the War memorial for the silence at 11.00am

Mrs Helen Guest has kindly invited all back to Everingham Hall for drinks after the service.

Church Services for November

2nd Nov               HC                        09.15        Everingham
9th Nov    Remembrance Day Service                 10.30                 Everingham
16th Nov                HC                09.15        Everingham
23rd Nov                HC                09.15        Harswell
30th Nov                HC for the group        10.45        Seaton Ross
Every Wednesday       HC                09.30        Old School HOSM

A date for your diary
Carol Service (Blessing of the Cup Cakes) 19th Dec 6.30p

For Sale
iPad Mini. Black slate, 32GB, WIFI, perfect condition, as new. Includes original packaging and charger. £190 Ono.
Contact Kerstin 01430 861695 or 07979 666468

Christmas Shopping Event for Candlelighters Childrens Cancer Charity
Christmas is just around the corner!  Our third annual Christmas Shopping evening is on Wednesday, 12th November 2014 at 7pm. Please come along to the Village Hall for a lovely evening of shopping and socialising.
Lots of gorgeous gifts from Grandad's Shed, Ericalili Jewellery, Vintage Friends Candles, Phoenix Cards, Raisthorpe Manor Sloe Gin, Total Massage Therapies, Piperty Tracey Ward, Slights Crafts, Captain Tortue Clothes and Accessories.
Raffle, Auction, Bar, Refreshments.
Tickets £5.00 to include your first glass of wine or soft drink. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Please contact Kerstin Cooper 07979 666468 or

Theatre evening at the Village Hall.
Sat 21st February 2015 a performance of Happy Jack written by John Godber of Hull, by Library Theatre Group.
More details to follow, from Sally.

Everingham and Harswell Parish Council
Minutes of the meeting held on 10 September 2014 in the Village Hall, Everingham.
  1. Present: Councillors Tom Featherby (Chairman); Marcia Call; Patricia Coole; Rachel Glossop; Bryn James; Edward Pettifer; and Alison Thompson.
Clerk to the Council: Anthony Stocking.
  1. Councillors agreed the correctness of the 09 July 2014 meeting’s minutes.
  2. No Councillor declared a pecuniary or non-pecuniary interest in any agenda item.
  3. Matters arising:
    1. The committee monitoring progress of the Everingham Wind Farm application has discussed with Councillors the means of maintaining a dialogue so that each party is aware of events. The committee agreed to keep the Council informed of events via the normal channel. No application is yet available. TF emphasised that the Council will discuss the matter when ERYC has issued a formal planning application. Then Councillors will take a decision based on the facts and consider the electorate’s views.
    2. TF has learned that the contract to transport some 52000 tonnes of recyclable waste has not gone to Kemps of Seaton Ross. This should reduce the HGV traffic through the village by three movements daily. It is possible that Hargreaves will continue to use the Seaton Ross facility.
AS made a request for local PCSO Cundiff to undertake a further speed survey. His report of the initial survey gave the following information:
“The total amount of traffic that passed through the village as 75 vehicles between 15:30 & 17:00. Total Speed 2102 MPH divided by 75.  Average speed 28.1 MPH. Total number of cars that would have received a speeding ticket  3. The highest speed was 40Mph. 1 in 25 cars found to be speeding this equates to 4 % were speeding. Speed board was used to collate the speeds of vehicles passing through the village, This device is not as accurate as the Pro Laser.”
No discussion took place regarding involving the Community Partnership to reduce HGV traffic through the villages and the matter will be on the agenda of the November meeting.
    1. Renovation and painting of the telephone box is complete. The Council recorded appreciation to members of the Thompson family for their work.
    2. The telephone box has become available for adoption once again. BT has not finalised the procedure to do so and there is some confusion at BT as to the means of doing so. It appears that should a Parish Council agree to the removal of the equipment then adoption and retention of the box will be a formality. AS has contacted ERYC and awaits confirmation of the procedure.
    3. AS will learn of the extent of cover for damage to or claims from incidents concerning the ‘bus shelter.
    4. No action has taken place regarding ascertaining the location and direction of culverts in Everingham. However, TF continues to liaise with Rob Brown at ERYC Highways Department
    5. One bridge along pathway 8 has received attention but a second requires renovation. RG has contacted Lesley Whitehead.
    6. MC will contact Jim McGivern regarding the completion of the work by Streetscene operatives and report to the November meeting.  
    7. The redundant power pole on Thorpe le Street Road is still in place. AS requested a response from Northern PowerGrid regarding the unsightly replacement.
    8. ERYC Lighting Department has replied to the query about the cost of work on the lamp standards. It is not possible to defer payment outside this fiscal year but a request for assistance can be made to ERYC Finance department.
    9. No details of defibrillators at Brandesburton or Melbourne are available from the respective Council clerks. AS has circulated information to Councillors on two sources and the subject will be on the agenda of the November meeting.
  1. Emergency Plan:
    1. BJ has informed HEPS of the Council’s plan. RG is now the co-ordinator of the Emergency Committee.
  2. Finance:
    1. AS submitted the up-to-date accounts. MC proposed and PC seconded a motion for their approval. This was given unanimously and they were signed by TF. The balance of £5405.74 agrees with the bank statement.
    2. The External Auditor has approved the accounts.
  3. Planning:
    1. The investigation of the building in the grounds of Elleker House continues.
    2. The Everingham Stud is compliant with the terms of its planning approval.
  4. Principal correspondence
    1. July and August bank statements.
    2. Confirmation of receipt of a request for information on the redundant power pole and the installed replacement.
    3. Joining a Rural Sounding Board sponsored by Rural Services Network.
    4. Market Weighton Community Council minutes and agenda.
    5. Proposed replacement of lighting pole brackets and lighting upgrades.
  5. Business:
    1. There was none.
  6. Items for inclusion on agenda of next meeting:
11.1    There was none.
  1. Date of next meeting:
    1. The next meeting will be in the Village Hall at 19h30 on 12 November 2014. Electors can submit questions, comments or items for discussion at the meeting by contacting the Clerk within 14 days of the meeting.
Issued 16 September 2014.By Anthony Stocking, Clerk to the Council.39 The Meadows, Leven. East Riding of Yorkshire. HU17 5LX. 01964 542043 :

Everingham oil club
If you live in the circulation area of this newsletter and would like to be included in the oil club then please email phil.cartwright1@btinternet. You will then receive an email when the next delivery is due. If you require oil at that time then you will be advised of the chosen supplier for that month, you should then make contact directly with the supplier to arrange payment. Our normal delivery months are January, March, May, September & November. From time to time interim deliveries may be arranged, however we suggest that to get the best prices we should try and concentrate on these planned dates.
Mike, Jan & Phil.

Next issue of newsletter.
Please send submissions to or put them in our white enamel post box on our drive at The Old Priory by 27thNovember.

Helen and Simon Hughes have sponsored the newsletter this month.