From Phil Knowling:
We are extraordinarily fortunate that two highly accomplished professional musicians, Sophie Yates and Bill Badley, have agreed to give a recital of 16th and 17th century music from England, Spain, France and Italy, played on the lute and virginal. Regardless of your musical preferences, this is a unique opportunity to enjoy this melodic music in the atmospheric surroundings of South Wraxall Church.
The recital is on Saturday 4th March, starting at 7:30, with wine available in the Village Hall from 6:30.
Tickets are £10 and can be obtained from Phil & Liz Knowling on 01225 864996 or by eMailing email@example.com.
From Margaret Gill:
Wednesday 1st March 9.30 to 11.45 – South Wraxall Village hall
For families with toddlers
Drop in – no booking is required – on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday mornings of each month.
Pre-school children with attending adult(s).
Soft play area for children.
Free adult refreshments (tea/coffee) and cookies.
£2.00 per family group.
Grandparents and carers welcome. Volunteer helpers will be on hand to set up and serve refreshments.
For more information contact Gill Fairhurst 07787 570486 or if you can volunteer to run a session anytime.
From Margaret Carey:
There will be a meeting of the South Wraxall Parish Council at the Village Hall on Thursday 16th February 2017 commencing at 7.00 p.m. to consider the following Agenda
1. To receive any apologies for absence
2. Public Question Time
3. Declarations of Interests and Chairman’s announcements
4. To consider the following planning applications:
16/09818/FUL New Manor Farm, Upper South Wraxall
New Stable Block and yard
16/12318/FUL The Old Chapel, Bradford Leigh
Extension to existing live work unit to accommodate growing family and reposition and extend workshop
17/00738/FUL Park Cottage, 20-21 Lower South Wraxall
The demolition of the existing building on the application site and construction of a replacement dwelling
5. Items of report and future agenda items
From Clare Norrie:
In a moment of madness Clare Norrie and Ruth Warren of the Lower Village agreed to join a fantastic group of women on a trek up the worlds tallest free standing mountain, Kilimanjaro .All 5895m of it, or if you still work in old money, 19,340 ft. Either way you look at it, it is a massive challenge.
We are using this opportunity to raise some money for a national charity called Women’s Aid, who support women and children who are affected by any form of domestic abuse.
If you would like to sponsor us please follow the link below,
Thank you all for all your enthusiasm and support so far. It REALLY will help us get to the top!
Love Clare and Ruth xx
From Gill Fairhurst:
Toddlers’ Tattle is open this coming Wednesday 15th February during half term for play, relaxation and refreshments.
Do come and join us in South Wraxall Village Hall – 9.30am – 11.45am
From Angela Clarence:
Strengthen the body and release tension with Hatha Yoga at the Village Hall in South Wraxall
New class starting soon. Mixed ability – beginners welcome
Monday: Morning / Afternoon
Wednesday: Afternon / Evening
Thursday: Morning / Afternoon / Evening
Friday: Afternoon / Evening
Please mail your interest, and preferred timings to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the previous email regarding Toddlers Tattle had the wrong phone number for Gill Fairhurst. The correct number is 07787 570486