Next Sunday 21st. Dec. is the
VILLAGE CAROL SERVICE at the Church at 6pm
immediately followed by
VILLAGE PARTY at the village hall.
All villagers welcome.
Christmas Party will feature live music from Max Stanton & band, a paying bar (proceeds split between Village Hall & Church) and ‘bring and share’ food.
From Hilary Townsend:
When I moved to South Wraxall 16 years ago, carol singing around the village was an established annual event. Sadly, sometime in the last few years this has ceased.
We are hoping to gather a group of singers (and non-singers), young (and older) to sing carols around the Upper and Lower villages on Thursday 18th December. Please join us, either by singing or by simply welcoming us as we meander our way around the houses in the village from 6.00 pm.
We will be raising money for Médecins Sans Frontières, a charity working to fight Ebola and one of Sue Wyper’s chosen charities.
We intend to have a festive evening. If you would like to join us, we are meeting by the Christmas tree opposite The Long’s Arms at 6.00 pm. Wrap up warm and bring your own torch!
For further information please contact Hilary on 01225 864852 or Gill on 01225 867560.
Apologies, this event was originally posted as being on Friday, December 3rd when it should have been Wednesday, December 3rd – tomorrow. Here it is again:
On Wednesday 3rd December the church flower team are getting together for a glass of bubbly at The Yews (opposite the pub) at 7pm. If anyone would like to find out what might be involved in joining the team or would definitely like to join us, we should love you to come along.
Contact Laura Lodge at email@example.com.
From Liz and Sally Jones:
A very big thank you to everyone who came along to the Village Hall quiz night. The South Wraxall club team “South W.C.” romped home just one point ahead of “Scraping the Barrel”. The wooden spoon was shared by Gilrenton and the aptly named “Don’t Know it All”‘. Loudest team of the night was the inaptly named the “Young Ones”.
It was another loud, fun night which raised just under £600 to help the Village Hall fill in the pot holes in the car park. A huge thanks to the comperes Chris and Mark. Thank you also to the bar team of Nicky, Dinah and Kate.
From Jean Atkin:
Many, many thanks to the brilliant team who came along to St James’s on Thursday morning to give it a thorough ‘spring clean’. All was dusted, brushed, vacuumed, mopped and polished. A great result!
From Laura Lodge:
On Wednesday 3rd December the church flower team are getting together for a glass of bubbly at The Yews (opposite the pub) at 7pm.
If anyone would like to find out what might be involved in joining the team or would definitely like to join us, we should love you to come along.
In the meantime, as many will know, very sadly, Sue Wyper passed away last week. Some of us will be decorating the church for her on Friday 21st at 2pm. If anyone would like to join us for that too, please do.
if you would like to know more, do contact me, Laura Lodge at firstname.lastname@example.org.