Mary Bartley worked really hard to gather articles, newspaper cuttings, books, photographs and other memorabilia to create a thought-provoking and poignant display in honour of the centenary of Armistice Day at Roger and Pauline Pybus’ British Red Cross cafe at the Village hall last Saturday, 10th October.
She even went so far as to knit some lovely poppies in red, for our wonderful armed forces; purple for the animals who also laid down their lives; and white – for peace.
Thank you, Mary.
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It’s Cilcain WI’s AGM this coming Monday evening,12th November.
Unfortunately, due to circumstances having changed a lot since I first took on this role, time restrictions mean that I will have to step away as admin for both this website, and the Village Hall Facebook page, too.
We are looking for someone who enjoys social media who would be willing to carry this forward.
If this is something you fancy, please get in touch – thank you!
Our café this coming Saturday, 10th November, is in support of the Red Cross and the valuable work it does around the world. There will also be a display of poignant World War One memorabilia.
A lovely “thank you” from David and Nia Hall following their fund-raising café last Saturday…