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SUNDAY, 27th OCTOBER, 2019
DONATION RIDE AT MARBURY
Starting 10.00 a.m., to 2.00 p.m.
Contact Sofie, email@example.com or 07772 060069
for details or offers of assistance
“It’s amazing how fertile the Wych Valley is”
That’s what keen gardener Dennis Woodfine said when he proudly posed with his giant marrow. Of course, what he modestly overlooked were his own considerable skills as a gardener. The monster marrow is 30″ long, 24 ” round the girth and weighs in at 18 lbs. Can anyone beat this?
An open meeting has been arranged on 11th July in the Parish Rooms at 7:30pm, when Rev Clive Hughes will explain the workings and some of the fascinating stories and exhibits of the Imperial War Museum. Before joining the clergy, Clive was a curator at the London based Imperial War Museum and is a most knowledgeable War Historian. Admission £4 to non members.
Although this event is organised by Iscoyd WI, it is truly an open evening with men & women welcome.
For more details contact Angela Smith 01948 780114, or Peggie Beddows 01948 780402
Many of you won’t have heard of Revd Joseph Jacob. He served as Rector of Whitewell from 1885 until 1926, just over 40 years, making him probably the longest serving member of the clergy at Whitewell.
Well you may not have heard of him, but you will certainly have admired the results of his labours, as he was responsible for the cultivation of the many daffodils that come up in our churchyard every Spring.
A neighbour came across this 1926 issue of the Malpas Deanery magazine while having a sort-through the other day. It contains an obituary and an account of his funeral. The hand bier referred to is still in use in the church today. It has been repurposed as a coffee table. The book “Tulips” can still be bought on Amazon, “Daffodils” is also listed, but is currently unavailable.
This is the electronic & ebook version of the Cheshire East Care Service Directory on Live Well – https://livewellservices.
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