From Jasmine Charles-Jones:
What a fantastic village fête and festival! A truly momentous day, with plenty of entertainment and fundraising activities bringing the village and ‘the rest of the world’ together.
A huge thank you goes out to all those who gave their time to make the fête such a great success and also to those who turned out on the day to support the village.
On behalf of the Village Hall & St. James’ Church, we would like to give special thanks to Tracy & Bob Dunn, who led the troops in organising the event and also to the Toby & Nicky Minter for allowing the village to commandeer their field.
These sterling efforts, resulted in a fantastic profit of £8,007, which will be split equally between St. James’ Church and the Village Hall.
From Angela Clarence:
! A Huge Thank You !to all the Photographers who participated & to all the Visitors who took the trouble to vote
The Long View:
Paul Atkins – ‘South Wraxall Field’ The Built Environment:
Phillippa Bruce – ‘Dutch Barn Roof’
Charlotte Atkins – ‘Heidi Playing in the Evening Sunshine’ Close Up:
Philippa Bruce – ‘Reflections in an Ice Puddle’
Christopher Thornhill – ‘Snowy Garden’ Black and White:
Tanya Simmons – ‘Misty Tree’
Mark Cherry – ‘Our Little Bluebells’
Angela Clarence – ‘Icy Leaves’
Bob Felton – ‘The Mill, Bradford on Avon’
Finlay Simmons / Ezra Lamb / Maya Smart
! A Huge Thank You !
to all those who donated prizes and provided much needed support:
- The London Camera Exchange (Bath)
- Farpoint Specialist Apple Store (Bath)
- National Trust (Lacock & Fox Talbot Photo Museum)
- Clifton Photography (Bath)
- Debbie Condon
- Linda Joy
- Paul Atkins
- Margaret & Nigel Gill
- Laura & George Lodge
From Marian Marsh:
Left at fete:
- 1 dog lead
- 1 clear plastic mac
- 1 flowered head band
Contact Marian Marsh at Marian_marsh@btinternet.com
From Gill Fairhurst:
Call for help!
We’re short of a volunteer as Gill will be away. Can you help – or perhaps you know someone who might?
Please contact Margaret via text on 07851 006854 or call on 868069. Many thanks!
From Richard Stanton & Clare Norrie:
Free to whoever wants it & can collect – pine Eastern European wardrobe h 188cm x w 152cm x d 67cm. Missing mirror on the door and hinges need a little adjustment. Wardrobe comes apart for easy transport.
Call Clare or Richard on 01225 867589 or 077922 18594
From George Parker:
We did really well with the refreshments despite the weather and raised over £360 for church funds. Many thanks to everyone who helped and supported us.
From Marian Marsh:
There is NO service in the Church this week but there is an informal gathering in the Tent in the Minters field with coffee and croissants. All are welcome.