Lost cat


Please could keep an eye out for little Oscar, a ginger stripe cat with white paws.  He’s very friendly and answers to his name or a whistle.  Please could you check your sheds/garages/outhouses.

If you do find him, please could you call Heather on 01352 742259.  Thank you

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A Cafe for David

Our next Community Cafe, on Saturday 16th June, will be hosted by the Johnson family, in memory of David. There will be refreshments, home-made cakes and strawberries & cream, live music from Carole and Bernard, a pre-loved clothing rail, a raffle and tombola, too! You can also check out the new community shop and the community garden currently under construction, where David’s bench is being built. Please note the slightly earlier opening time of 1.00 pm – doors will be open until 5.00 pm. Thanks to Tim Johnson for his fab poster design! All money raised will go to Pancreatic Cancer Action.

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Mothers’ Union Cafe

The Mothers’ Union will host our next Community Café this coming Saturday, 9th June.  Come along between 2.00pm – 5.00 pm for refreshments and delicious home-made cakes!

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‘The Suffragettes’ at Cilcain Village Hall

Joan Williams takes on the role of Emmeline Pankhurst at the next meeting of Cilcain WI next Monday evening, 11th June, at 7.30 pm.

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Wood you believe it!

Jon Bateson has now finished installing the oak on the Old School Yard bench; Nick Eames will continue with the building of a dry stone wall beneath it (he has already put the base in).

It’s wonderful to see Simon Richards’ lovely design being brought to life in Welsh oak and stone by these two local craftsmen.

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Scam alert!

Watch out for this scam!

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Update from the Old School Yard conversion

Here’s a few photos from Val Thompson to show how the latest arrival of plants have really started to fill up the beds.

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