At the March meeting, an invitation was received from Marbury inviting four members to attend their 92nd birthday party. The guest speaker will be Mike Hasprey,Promotional Films(Crewe Movie Maker) on 9th April. Margaret Nicholson, Margery Jones, Audrey Stevenson and Peggie Beddows will attend.
The guest speaker was Paul and Christine Evans with their dog, Beau. The topic was “Dog Aid” which is an organisation which trains dogs to perform tasks such as picking up socks or other objects – something that people find difficult to do,
The next meeting will be on Thursday 11th April at Whitewell Parish Rooms at 7.30pm. There will be a presentation by Hazel Griffiths on Eva Peron. Everyone is welcome. Any queries please contact Peggie on tel. 01948 780402 or mobile 07521758045
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
Following the delightful service of Sung Evensong in May, at which the singing was provided by the wonderful Vox Vocavit, the choir has kindly agreed to sing Matins at Whitewell on 22nd October at the revised time of 11:30. Later that day they are then going over to Marbury where they will be singing evensong, again at a revised time of 4:30pm. The sung Matins at Whitewell will be followed by lunch in The Parish Rooms. The menu will be Coronation Chicken or Salmon, a pud, a glass of wine and a coffee, all for the price of £12. Lunch will be by TICKET ONLY which will be available from Carolyn Wort.
To the community on behalf of St. Michael’s Church.
It seems that thieves have stolen lead recently from St.Oswald’s, Malpas and St. Chad’s, Farndon – so we need to be vigilant! especially as we have now provided them with scaffolding to get up to the roof!!!!!
We need to be aware of any strangers we see around the village or vehicles etc.
Revd Veronica. xx
The Whitewell Parish Rooms’ bid for a £1500 grant to solve the damp problem in the toilets was well supported by no less than ten of us at the Bronington Participatory Budgeting meeting on 21st June. The decision to award funding is made on the night by public vote, and our strong support ensured we swamped the vote and gained 100% of our required funding. Other funding claims were from The Tybroughton Trust, Bumblebees Pre-School, and Bronington Primary School. The total amount of funds requested was around £4300 vs a budget of £3000 set by Bronington Community Council. My grateful thanks to all those who came along to support our successful bid.