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UPDATE: Only 2 dates remaining for 40 Cricket Tea makers

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UPDATE: We now have only two dates remaining: Saturday 18th May and Saturday 29th June, if you would like to join our group of tea-makers. We pay £40 per match to include the cost of ingredients. Teas consist of sandwiches, savouries such as sausage rolls, and cake.

Please contact the Club Fixture Secretary Paul Melville on 07737 931737 (anytime).

 

QUIZ NIGHT Tickets on Sale at Post Office

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You can purchase tickets for Hemyock Cricket Club's April Quiz at the Post Office in Hemyock. The Quiz will be held on Friday 26th April 2013 starting at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Come and test your general knowledge against quizmasters Vanessa and Tony. Admission £30 per team to include food (maximum six members). Licensed bar. £100 first prize. Please purchase your tickets by Thursday 25th. No tickets for sale on the door. Thank you.

TONIGHT, TONIGHT!

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Everyone is welcome to  Hemyock Singers final concert under  Conductor Ron White. Tonight, 7.30pm at the  parish church followed by light refreshments.

Free admission with retiring collection for the Cameo Club

Hemyock Singers

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Tomorrow evening (Friday 19th) 7.30pm, St Mary's Church - Hemyock Singers will perform Brahms Requiem with conductor Ron White and organist Nigel Atkinson. Soloists Jenny Doble and Glyn Jones.  Free admission with retiring collection for the Cameo Club.

This will be Ron's final concert as the choirs Musical Director and possibly the choirs last performance.  We hope to see you there.

Hemyock Singers - a final bow?

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Friday 19th April may well see Hemyock Singers giving their final performance.  Our Musical Director, Ron White, will be retiring after 10 years service and so far no replacement has been found.

The concert, Brahms Requiem, will take place at St Mary's church at 7.30pm.  No entrance charge but a retiring collection for a  local charity - the CAMEO Club.

We do hope you will be able to join us as we have always enjoyed tremendous support from our audiences.

UPDATE: Cricket Tea Makers 40 per match - Only Two Dates Remaining

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UPDATE: We now have only two dates remaining: Saturday 18th May and Saturday 29th June, if you would like to join our group of tea-makers, we pay £40 per match to include the cost of ingredients. Teas consist of sandwiches, savouries such as sausage rolls, and cake.

Please contact the Club Fixture Secretary Paul Melville on 07737 931737 (after 7 p.m. evenings).

 

Lost dog

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This dog went missing on 17 March while on a walk with his owners in the woods in Clayhidon

between Cordwents and Shepherds Halt, Clayhidon.

His name is Bodie, he's extremely friendly and may have attached himself to another party of walkers.
If you have any information please call Helen Gendall at Shepherds Halt on 680593.

Update 24th March: A very relieved Helen rang on Sunday to say Bodie had re-appeared that morning covered in mud and very thin.

Probably been down a hole.

THANK YOU!

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Once again the Upper Culm Valley have responded brilliantly to an appeal - this time for writing equipment for refugee children in Syria. Around 2,000 individual items have been received along with over £60.

To the 5,000 children being taught in groups of 100 and have no equipment and staff teaching in a building made of breeze blocks and covered in in tarpaulin, this will make a huge difference to their lives

Thank you. . 

Bedding needed

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Do you have any type of bedding in a clean and reasonable condition you no longer require?  If so please contact 07773579809  or email jbawler1947@hotmail.co.uk as another collection is being made to go to very poor families in Eastern Europe