From Kate Eastwood:
We live at Cloverlea, 73 Upper South Wraxall ( two houses up from the Pub on the left hand side as you head out of the village towards The Avenue), and yesterday we had a family party at our house. We had several cars parked on our drive and a couple parked on the grass verge opposite. At the end of the day we realised that we had a purse and a wallet missing and having looked back at when it may have occurred we think the purse was taken from the car as we were going in and out of our house, unloading the car at around midday. The wallet was taken from the glove compartment of a car that was on our drive. On arriving and parking their car, my parents were aware of a young teenage boy who walked out in front of their car just before they pulled in to park outside our house, and he continued to walk up the road in our direction.
We believe the theft to have been completely opportunistic and probably for cash only as none of the cards had been used in the time from when we believe they were taken to when all the cards were cancelled with the banks. For this reason we also believe it will quite possibly be the case that both the purse and the wallet will have been discarded once the cash was taken and we would be very grateful if you could contact Kate or Dave Eastwood on 01225 920894 if either of these items should be found locally.
From South Wraxall Club:
The Club will be open over the Christmas Period as follows:
Christmas Eve from 7.00 pm
Christmas Day from 12.00 midday
Boxing Day from 2.00 pm
New Years Eve from 7.00 pm
From Angela Clarence:
Calling all South Wraxall Photographers. The weather forecast is predicting a frosty winter so an ideal time to get out your cameras and capture wintry village scenes for the Winter Photo Challenge. No prizes this time, but possibly the satisfaction of seeing your work on the Village Hall Christmas Cards next year!
Greetings Cards from the Summer Photo Competition will be on sale at the first Village Breakfast January 11th!
Multiple entries allowed
Images should be at least 4 megapixels and be between 3MB and 8MB in jpg format.
Please ensure the email and the file names of each photo contain your name.
All images submitted must be the work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere or have won a prize in any other photographic competition. It is the responsibility of each entrant to ensure that any images they submit have been taken with the permission of the subject and do not infringe the copyright of any third party or any laws. Entrants must warrant that the photograph they are submitting is their own work and that they own the copyright for it.
Copyright in all images submitted for this competition remains with the respective entrants. However, in consideration of their entering the Competition, each entrant grants a worldwide, irrevocable, perpetual licence to South Wraxall Village Hall to feature any or all of the submitted images in any of their publications, their websites and/or in any fundraising publications, advertising, annual report or Greetings Cards, and to be displayed in South Wraxall Village Hall.
South Wraxall Village Hall reserve the right to use any or none of the pictures entered and the final decision will rest with the Village Hall Committee
From Bradley Gill:
Don’t forget extra items in your shopping this weekend for Trowbridge food bank. Items especially needed for Christmas:
- Mince pies.
- Boxed / tinned biscuits,
- Tinned custard,
- Tinned potatoes and vegetables,
- Tinned ham
Don’t forget to check the bathroom cabinet for those unwanted and unused toiletries. These are items that are always needed.
All items can be placed in the special plastic boxes in:
- THE CHURCH
- THE CLUB
- Or No 27. LSW
Or Text 07927972809 and I will collect.
Many thanks for all the donations so far. Storehouse have be delighted with the goods received. The hallway in my house is full with items to be delivered next Tuesday , but Wilf and I would also like to make one more delivery just before Christmas.
Many many thanks
From Charlotte Atkins:
I am a 19 year old university student home for the holidays for the next 5 weeks. I have lots of babysitting experience, so feel free to contact me if you need a babysitter over the festive season!
Mobile number: 07794491154
From the Village Hall Committee:
We would like to send our thanks for the village Christmas tree, located next to the war memorial. It was kindly donated by Bella Walker, installed and decorated by Bob and Tracy Dunn, and thanks to Kenneth and Fiona Acheson for providing the power for the lights.
From Hilary Townsend :
For the last couple of years a festive group of villagers have sung carols around the village – despite mixed weather we have managed to stay jolly and raise money for Médecins Sans Frontières.
We are planning to repeat the event on Thursday 14th December (hopefully it will be a clear, starry night) and sing carols around the village.
Please join us – either singing or welcoming us as we meander our way around the houses. We will be meeting by the Christmas tree / War Memorial in the Upper Village at 6.00pm.
Everyone – young and old is welcome – just wrap up warm and bring your own torch!
For further information please contact Gill Fairhurst (867560) or Hilary Townsend (864852).