Katie Cawston and the team of volunteers that look after our community defibrillator have arranged a demonstration by the Community Heartbeat Trust on Thursday 7 July at 7:30pm in the Village Hall. The event is expected to last an hour or so.
No special skills are needed. The more people (adults and teenagers!!!) that are aware of this lifesaving piece of equipment the more chance we have of saving lives in our community.
To help gauge the number of parishioners who will be attending, please complete this form – your data is emailed to Katie.
This an important Parish event – please try to attend. Please tell your neighbours.
Walgrave Cinema Club’s next showing is the remake of Dad’s Army featuring Bill Nighy, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Toby Jones and many other well known actors.
The film will be shown at 7:30pm on 2 July at Walgrave Village Hall. For full information including tickets please visit this page.
Last chance to get your tickets for the Wine Safari on 3 July – For tickets contact Julie Cooper 781622, Rosa Bonsor 781611 or Lesley Pomeroy 781246 by this Sunday (26 June).
See this post for more details!
The organising team from the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations are pleased to advise that there was a surplus generated from the events, raffle and auctions.
The team have decided that the funds are to be distributed to local community and charitable activities as follows:
£200 Village Hall
£200 Friends of Holcot
£200 United Charities
£60 Youth Club
Thank you once again everyone that was involved in any way.
This year’s Flower and Vegetable Show will be on 4 September.
Further details will be published shortly. Please keep the date and help us keep this traditional event alive.
The Flower and Vegetable show has it’s own page.
On 14 June the Cabinet at NCC were updated on progress, phasing, and issues related to the dualling of the A43 from Round Spinney to the Holcot/Sywell roundabout and made related decisions.
Links to their documents have been added to the Road Safety page.
This year’s Wine Safari will be held on Sunday 3 July.
Meet at Noon at The Granary, Holly Tree Farm in Poplars Lane for welcome drinks and nibbles. Afterwards there will be a leisurely stroll around 4 different gardens in the village sampling interesting wines.
An alfresco lunch will then be available on the “Old Mill Field” on Walgrave Road, where you can while away the afternoon listening to live music whilst sampling beers and wines from the licensed bar.
Tickets cost £15 for adults, £8 for children – get them from Julie Cooper on 781622.