Jazz Concert

From Marian Marsh:

Jazz Concert

in St James Church South Wraxall

September 21st at 7.30pm

With Max Stanton Piano

Sam Hollis Double Bass and

Dylan Humphreys Saxaphone

Retiring Donations

Followed by refreshments and bar in the Village Hall

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Lost Dog

From Charlotte Atkins:

I have found a female dog (photo attached) in the lower village. The builders at the new building at Mr Svenson’s old house notified me as I walked past. She’s very friendly, with a brown leather collar but no tag. I have been in touch with the council who are sending out a dog warden to collect her, but I am sharing this photo in case someone knows her before they take her.

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Childrens Pink Sofa Bed

From Robert Furnivall:

We have a Girls pink sofa bed 4ft by 2ft which is no longer required.

It is in decent condition and we would like it to go to a good home.

If you are interested please contact Rob (07825808361) who lives in the Lower village.

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Quiz Night

From Allie Mitchell:

Pit your wits in the village quiz!

South Wraxall Quiz Night

SATURDAY 16th NOVEMBER 2019

South Wraxall Village Hall

19:30 for 20:00 start

Come and join Quiz Masters Louis & Tobin Lamb for an evening of friendly rivalry and comical banter as teams go head-to-head in a bid to secure the prestigious title of ‘Village boffins’.

Teams are of 4-6 members but don’t worry if you don’t have a team, we can allocate you one!

£10 per head to include food

Cash bar and all proceeds to Village Hall

For tickets please email villagehall@southwraxall.com

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South Wraxall Macmillan Coffee morning

From Margaret Gill:

Friday 27 September 2019

Coffee, tea, homemade cakes and refreshments, book sale, raffle and plenty more.
Tropic Skincare with Cinzia.

Everyone Welcome!

South Wraxall Club in the Lower Village from 10am to 2pm.

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Finding Peace in a Frantic World

From John Skrine:

Eight weekly 90-minute sessions based on the best-selling book Mindfulness: a practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world  by Professor Mark Williams and Danny Penman.

Course Begins:  24th October at 7.30 p.m.
South Wraxall Village Hall, BA15 2SE

Course Fee:  £110 (Concessions available)

Flyer available here

For further information and bookings contact John Skrine
07814 387090

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Ride and Stride, 14 September 2019

From Diane Aderyn:

Some of you will be aware of the annual Ride+Stride Day, when many of the churches in Wiltshire are open with refreshments, welcoming visitors to showcase the fascinating churches in the county at the same time as raising funds to help maintain this important heritage.

Wiltshire has a rich variety of styles of architecture and historical features to explore and Ride+Stride provides an ideal opportunity to visit some of our county’s beautiful churches.  If at the same time you can get friends, family, school and church members to sponsor you, you can make a valuable contribution to St. James’ funds.  Half of the money raised goes directly to St. James with the other half going to the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust, enabling it to give grants for the upkeep and enhancement of churches and chapels around the county.  St.

James’ Church has received several grants from the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust, the last being a £1,000 contribution in 2017 towards the renovation of the stained-glass windows.

Participants can take part on a bike, on foot or on horseback. Last year the ages of the 350 or so who took part ranged from 3 to 86, and over £62,000 was raised across the county.  There is no enrolment fee – just get a sponsorship form and instructions from Diane Aderyn or from the website (see below), and then plan your own route.  Whether you simply walk from one local church to another or more ambitiously aim to cycle to fifty churches, you are a welcome participant.  There are also prizes for the most successful individuals and parishes.

For more information contact Diane Aderyn (diane.walnuts@gmail.com) or visit http://www.wiltshirehistoricchurchestrust.org.uk, where there are 11 church trails (including one for the Bradford on Avon area) highlighting churches and chapels that can conveniently be visited in one journey (https://www.wiltshirehistoricchurchestrust.org.uk/churches/).

South Wraxall PCC

Ride and Stride 2019

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