Toddlers’ Tattle

From Gill Fairhurst

Don’t forget, Toddlers’ Tattle is tomorrow, Wednesday 18th, at South Wraxall Village Hall from 9.30 – 11.30

All welcome

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Free Prosecco & Pamper

From Sally Dean:

If I mentioned “a glass of Prosecco and a free mini facial or hand massage”, would anyone be interested?  Are you free on Tuesday 24th October from 7pm onwards?  If so, then please come and join me for a fun evening sampling the natural and organic range from Neal’s Yard Remedies.   You will also be able to see their beautiful Christmas range.

Email me on for more details on where this will be taking place in South Wraxall.

Hope to see you there!

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Girls black shoe found

From Jasmine Charles-Jones:

This morning, I found a single girls black shoe on the side of the road in South Wraxall,

I’ve popped it inside the South Wraxall phone box in the hope that it stays dry.


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Village Breakfast

From Jean Atkin:

On a beautiful October morning it was good to welcome so many villagers and friends to our breakfast in the village hall. It was lovely to see the young families with the little ones becoming acquainted with the South Wraxall ‘social scene’.

It was an opportunity for older residents, who have served the village and the church so faithfully over many years, to be waited on and to catch up with old friends. We were also joined by past residents and people from as far away as Brighton, who were researching family history.

Revd Paul Batson, who has shared the griefs and joys of many families in this village, was able to be present this time. Then a posse representing South Wraxall club rolled up before closing time.

The presence of all our guests contributed to a happy buzz of chatter in the room for the whole morning. Thank you everyone. We look forward to seeing you again in January.


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Village Breakfast

From Georgina Parker:

My maths might be wrong but by my calculation we made £509 which is fab.  Thank-you to everyone who helped out and all the people who joined us for breakfast.

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From Tracy Dunn:

Thank you to those people who responded to the pilates, we had interest from over 25 people, however there has been some confusion with the village hall booking and we are unable to go ahead.  Unfortunately my pilates teacher can only do Tues evening.  If anyone else has any other suggestions then please feel free to let me know.
However please feel free to contact Esmee to join up with one of her other classes, she is an excellent instructor.  Class details on the following link:

Sorry, such a shame as we had so much interest, I will let you know if anything changes.


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Breakfast in the Village Hall on Sunday 8th October

From Jean Atkin:

There is a definite Autumnal chill in the air and dew on the grass – so it must be time for the next Great South Wraxall Sunday Breakfast!

Full English Breakfast will be served from 9am until at least 11.30am on Sunday 8th October 2017 in the Village Hall.

We are using local produce where possible – Adam Tucker’s pork sausages, the Walker family’s organic free range eggs and black pudding made and donated by Rob from The Longs Arms.

Do come and enjoy fantastic food and good company in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. All proceeds will go towards the upkeep of St James’s church, so you are asked to be as generous as possible.

You are welcome to take pot luck and turn up on the day but it does help us to know how many people to expect, so if possible please reserve your table by emailing  telling us what time you want to arrive and how many of you there are.

Bring your friends and bring your families. Put the date in your diary now!


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