Marbury Village Hall
Friday, 22nd March, at 7.00 p.m.
Bingo £2 for 8 games
Fish & Chips supper
£6 per person
Bring your own drinks!!
Contact Jill, 01948 666221, or committee members for tickets
scoyd W.I. have taken part in two quizzes recently In the county quiz, a team comprising Peggie Beddows, Audrey Stevenson, Sylvia Faulkner and Dot Betteley finished midway. At Broxton and Bickerton a team comprising Audrey Stevenson, Peggie Beddows, Celia Johnson and Margaret Nicholas finished third earning themselves a bottle of wine
The guest speaker at the February meeting was John Buckley-Howarth who gave a presentation on the “History of Policing in Cheshire” Mr Buckley-Howarth has been involved in setting up a museum on policing at Warrington. An item in the museum is a knitting pattern which has a picture of Ruth Ellis,( the murderer and the last person to be hanged) as its front cover. Ruth was a model
The next meeting will be on Thursday 14th March 2019 at Whitewell Parish Rooms at 7.30pm. The presentation by Dog Assistant Beau and Owner will feature the work of “Dog Aid”. Everyone is welcome. Any queries please contact Peggie on 01948 780402 or 07521758045
Iscoyd Park is going to be made available for public viewing under the Historic Houses viewing scheme. Dates for Iscoyd tours in 2019 are Tuesdays 30th April, 16th and 30th July, all at 2.30, 2-2.5 hour tour, tea/coffe/soft drinks/cakes provided at the end, all bookings through www.historichouses.org/tours. Other local Invitation to View houses are Combermere Abbey, Hardwick Hall, Brynkinalt, and Harstheath, and many others throughout Shropshire and N Wales, brochure available 01284 827087.HH ItV poster 2019_colour.pdf
A Gentle Reminder!!!
If you have not yet completed your Electoral Roll application form, please note that this is due in to the Electoral Roll Officer by 17th March.
For Marbury, this is Mrs Janet Wheeler, The Old Smithy, Marbury, SY13 4LS.
For Whitewell, this is Roy Kerry.
Yoga by Sally Toosey
We are starting a new mixed ability (beginners welcome) Yoga class in Marbury Village Hall on a Friday 9.30am, starting on 1st February 2019.
Benefits of yoga include:
- increased flexibility
- increased muscle strength and tone
- improved respiration, energy and vitality
- maintaining a balanced metabolism
- weight reduction
- cardio and circulatory health
- improved athletic performance
- protection from injury
All you will need to bring is a yoga mat and wear non-restrictive clothing.
The cost is £7 per session drop in rate and £6 for concessions.
So we can get an idea of numbers please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.
Scroll down and use the “Next Page” arrow in the bottom left hand corner to see the report on page 2 of the Vox Vocavit sung matins in October
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World Vision provide their ‘Pumpkin Heroes’ packs to churches and children’s groups as an alternative to Halloween. This years pack included a storybook about Patch the Pumpkin, a young pumpkin who sets out on an adventure to discover how sharing our light and love keeps us all warm as we head towards the dark winter nights. It celebrates light rather than darkness as we traditionally do at Halloween.