April 2019 Postwick Newsletter

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noonEveryone welcome.

Mobile Library

Things are changing…As from April, the library van will make only monthly visits to the Village Hall.  Dates as below, and please note the new time: 11.35am to 12.05

Forthcoming dates:  16/4;  14/5; 11/6; 9/7; 6/8; 3/9; 1/10

Parish Council Elections – 2nd May 2019 Become a Parish Councillor and make a difference. Elections for Town and Parish Councils will be held on the 2nd May 2019. If you would like to be involved in shaping the future of the community, why not stand for election? If this is of interest, please contact the Parish Clerk on postwickandwittonparishcouncil@gmail.com or telephone 07587152857 for more details and an application form.

Hedgerows If you have not already done so, please make sure your hedgerows are cut back before the nesting season.

Turn off the Light, Turn on the Stars

Earth Hour 2019 on Saturday 30 March from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm. Join us at All Saints Church, Postwick !

Recent Events in the village

Litter Pick on 9th March.  

There was a terrific turn out of about 25 people.   Quite a number of filled black bags were brought in to be picked up by Broadland District Council.  Weather was kind right up to coffee time! Mention in dispatches for those who tackled some of the rubbish left behind by the travellers!

The annual Rumble in the Jumble on 2nd March went very well and £360 was raised which will go into a fund for repair of one of the stained glass windows in the church.  Thanks to all who helped,  manned (personned ?) the stalls,  collected the money,  served refreshments and many others who helped in other ways. Thanks to Karen and her friend who volunteered to drive the bags of unsold garments to the Big C Depot in Wymondham – a very big help.

Up and coming Events in the village Churchyard Work Party Saturday 13 April – 9.30 – Postwick Church All welcome.  Bring tools and gloves etc

Stan and Ollie 

Saturday 20 April – Village Hall – 7.30pm Continuing its 2019 season, Postwick Village Screen, offers Stan and Ollie (PG)  Laurel and Hardy, the world’s most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song – a gruelling theatre tour of post-war Britain. Stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly. Price £5 In advance, £6 at door. Bar open. Doors open at 7.00 p.m. To reserve a ticket please contact 07587152857. Tickets also available at Brundall Hardware Shop and Postwick Coffee Shop.

Quiz & Chips

Saturday 27 April – Village Hall – 7.30pm Yes, the ever-popular brain-teaser  is back with Julian as quizmaster!  Teams of 3/4 max. As last time, entry is £10 per head and includes your meal. Choice of cod, plaice, spring roll or double sausage & chips. Contact Mick asap please by email at  mick.austen71@gmail.com to book your team and food order.  Numbers limited! Bar open, of course!

Annual Plant Swap

 

Saturday 11 May – Village Hall Organised by the Postwick Green Group, this is the 12th annual plant swap event. For half an hour between 10am and 10.30am, there will be the usual session for bringing plants to swap with others;  after 10.30 everyone welcome to come and buy.  Always very popular!  Refreshments available.   Any enquiries,  please contact Ann on (See paper version) or Su on (See paper version)

Bar Roster:  29/3 Pat; 5/4 John; 12/4 Matthew; 19/4 Jamie; 26/4 Pat; 3/5 John; 10/5 Matthew; 17/5 Jamie; 24/5 Pat

Bar Open: Fridays 8 – 11pm

Parish Council Elections – 2nd May 2019

Parish Council Elections – 2nd May 2019

Become a Parish Councillor and make a difference. Elections for Town and Parish Councils will be Held on the 2nd May 2019. If you would like to be involved in shaping the future of the community, why not stand for election?

If this is of interest please contact Parish Clerk on postwickandwittonparishcouncil@gmail.com or telephone 07587152857 for more details and an application form.


Tue 19/03/2019 10:49

Dear Parish/Town clerk,

I attach the Notice of Election for the district and parish/town elections, which is being published tomorrow. 

We will publish both notices at the Council offices and also on the Council website (which meets the legal requirement to publish).  You could publish the notice on your website too, and/or include link to ours. The following is the parish/town page where all the notices will be published:

https://www.broadland.gov.uk/downloads/download/628/parish_and_town_council_elections_2_may_2019

I would remind you that nominations can start to be submitted from this Wednesday and up to final deadline of 4pm on 3 April.  Nominations must be hand delivered to the council offices.

Best regards,

Linda

Linda Mockford Electoral Services Manager 


Documents mentioned above. See below

Notice of Election District A3

Notice of Election Parish A3

 

Postwick Newsletter March 2019

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noonEveryone welcome.

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:   5/3; 19/3; 2/4; 16/4; 30/4; 14/5

Not-so-Noisy Trains?

In case you missed it in the Parish minutes, the deafening diesels ploughing up and down the Postwick cutting will soon be thundering their way elsewhere (the great scrapyard in the sky?).  Instead, from May, Greater Anglia will be rolling out their brand-new fleet of diesel/electric trains (built in Romania), which must surely be quieter.  The keen train-spotters amongst you might already have spied them during occasional testing on the line – with sandbags in the place of passengers (fact!).

Grrrrrrrravel Drives A polite request to those villagers with gravel drives to their property.  Could you periodically sweep the “runaway” stones back from the road back to your drive? The loose stones are something of hazard to cyclists, and frequently cause punctures. Many thanks!

Up and coming Events in the village

Rumble in the Jumble Saturday 2 March – Village Hall – 10am – 1pm Come and Bag a Bargain! Refreshments available. Quality clothing wanted (no bric-a-brac). The organisers will be setting up from about 7pm on Friday 1st, so anyone who has jumble can bring it along then. Please contact Su on (See paper version) for further info.

Annual Litter Pick! Saturday 9 March – Village Hall – 9.30am Come and join this worthwhile clean-living event!  Bags will be provided, and participants will be rewarded with coffee and doughnuts.  Don’t forget your gloves!

Up and coming Events in the village (cont.)

The Little Stranger

Saturday 16 March – Village Hall – 7.30pm Another offering from the Village Screen: The Little Stranger (12A). After a doctor is called to visit a crumbling manor, strange things begin to occur. A classic British supernatural story. Stars Domhnall Gleeson, Will Poulter and Ruth Wilson. £5 In advance, £6 at door. Bar open. Doors open at 7.00 p.m.  To reserve a ticket please contact 07587152857. Tickets also available at Brundall Hardware Shop and Postwick Coffee Shop.

Stan and Ollie    Saturday 20 April – Village Hall – 7.30pm Continuing its 2019 season, Postwick Village Screen, offers Stan and Ollie (PG) Laurel and Hardy, the world’s most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song – a gruelling theatre tour of post-war Britain. Stars Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly. Price £5 In advance, £6 at door. Bar open. Doors open at 7.00 p.m. To reserve a ticket please contact 0(See paper version). Tickets also available at Brundall Hardware Shop and Postwick Coffee Shop.

Quiz & Chips Saturday 27 April – Village Hall – 7.30pm Yes, the ever-popular brain-teaser  is back with Julian as quizmaster!  Teams of 3/4 max. As last time, entry is £10 per head and includes your meal. Choice of cod, plaice, chicken or double sausage & chips. 

Annual Plant Swap Saturday 11 May – Village Hall More information next month.   Start sowing seeds ready to bring along as sturdy plants to swap!

Bar Roster:  1/3  Pat; 8/3 John; 15/3 Matthew; 22/3 Jamie; 29/3 Pat; 5/4 John; 12/4 Matthew; 19/4 Jamie; 26/4 Pat

Bar Open: Fridays 8 – 11pm
 

 

Postwick Newsletter December 2018

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noonLast coffee shop of 2018 will be on Tuesday 18th December and will be offering free beverage and cake.  Everyone welcome.

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:  11/12; 8/1; 22/1; 5/2; 19/2

Recent Events in the village

Another very successful Quiz & Chips was held on 27th October.  Well, more successful for some rather than others…Congratulations again to The Quizzicals, who weren’t quite as baffled as their name would suggest.

 

Up and coming Events in the village

Christmas Fayre & Church opening Saturday 1st December – 10.00am to 1pm – Village Hall Yes, it’s that time of the year again already…The annual Christmas Fayre in the village hall, a popular event with refreshments,  home baked goods,  cake stall,  raffle,  many craft stalls with gifts for sale as well as ” guess the weight of the cake”, games and much more.  No more stalls required.

The church will also be open at the same time, 10-4pm   The competition this year for displays is “A Christmas Theme”. Come and see the exhibits – there will also be mulled wine to sip while walking around the church.   Please contact Ann,  on 01603 702438  to register or for further details. (N.B. The church will be open on Friday 30th Nov from 9am till late for the placing of exhibits.)

Postwick Christmas Village Screen presents

Paddington 2 (PG)

Saturday 8 December 2018 –  Village Hall – 4.30pm

Please note EARLIER START of film  at 4.30 pm

Doors open from 3.30 pm

Marmalade and jam sandwiches and scones available, together with tea, coffee and soft drinks.

This is a family film suitable for all ages.  Tickets £5 available from Postwick Coffee Shop (Tuesday 10.30 am to 12 noon) or Brundall Hardware Shop.

For more information please ring 07587152857

Up and coming Events in the village (cont.) Village Event Friday 14 December – Village Hall – 7.00 Get into the Christmas spirit at this get-together with others from the village!  Free food and an introductory drink.

Carol singing around the Village Monday 17 December – Meet at the Lych Gate at 6.30 pm or join at any point en route where you hear singing!  For a special request,  please phone Ann on (See paper version).

Carols by Candlelight Thursday 20 December – Postwick Church – 7.30pm It couldn’t be Christmas without this…Refreshments available from 7pm.

2019! Bingo! Saturday 19th January 2019 – Village Hall – 7.30pm Eyes down for this popular event.  Tickets will be £5 per person with cash prizes and are available from Pat Stiven, Treasurer on (See paper version)

Rumble in the Jumble Saturday 2 March – Village Hall – 10am – 1pm Come and Bag a Bargain! Refreshments available. Quality clothing wanted (no bric-a-brac) Please contact (See paper version)

Bar Roster:  Matthew; 30/11 Jamie; 7/12 Pat; 14/12 John; 21/12 Matthew; 28/12 Jamie; 4/1 Pat; 11/1 John; 18/1 Matthew; 25/1 Jamie; 1/2 Pat; 8/2 John

Bar Open: Fridays 8 – 11pm

Postwick Newsletter November 2018

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon .

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:  13/11; 27/11; 11/12; further dates tba

Village Christmas Card

This year, Julie Woods has  commissioned, through Rev Pat Atkinson’s Vidiyal Trust, for Pat’s children in India to paint a design instead of having the card printed. They will receive the money we would normally pay for printing.  It’s a win-win!  It will cost the same, so sponsorship is needed as before. The cost is £50 so if you would like to sponsor part or all (!), please contact me…Julie Woods.  (See paper version for contact). Thank you.

(N.B. Ed: Last month I suggested that Pat Stiven would be visiting the Trust in India in October.  Wrong Pat! It should have been Pat Atkinson, of course. Apologies all!)

Up and coming Events in the village

Quiz & Chips

Saturday 27 October – Village Hall – 7.30 prompt! There’s still space for teams for the ever-popular quiz with Julian as quizmaster!  Teams of 3/4 max. Like last time, entry is £10 per head and includes your meal. Choice of cod, plaice, chicken or double sausage & chips. Contact Mick  at  (See paper door to door version) to book your team and food order.  Numbers limited!
Bar open, of course

Postwick Village Screen

Presents Journey’s End  (12A)

Saturday 10 November – Village Hall -7.30 pm (Doors open at 7 pm)

Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), as they await their fate.

“A roster of fine performances elevates director Saul Dibb’s worthy adaptation of RC Sherriff’s classic play about the difficulties and pressures facing soldiers living in the rat-infested trenches during the final throes of the First World War.”  Radio Times

Tickets available from Postwick Coffee Shop and Brundall Hardware Shop £5 (£6 on the door)

Up and coming Events in the village (cont.)

Christmas Fayre & Church opening
Saturday 1st December – 10.00am to 1pm – Village Hall
Yes, it’s that time of the year again already…The annual Christmas Fayre in the village hall, a popular event with refreshments,  home baked goods,  cake stall,  raffle,  many craft stalls with gifts for sale as well as ” guess the weight of the cake”, games and much more.  No more stalls required.

The church will also be open at the same time, 10-4pm   The competition this year will be “A Christmas Theme”,  a wide subject open to interpretation and we would like as many people as possible to create an entry.   There will be a ‘people’  vote for 1st, 2nd and 3rd for the most eye-catching and innovative.   There will also be mulled wine to sip while walking around the church.   Please contact Ann,  on (See paper door to door version) to register or for further details. 

Postwick Christmas Village Screen presents

Paddington 2 (PG)

Saturday 8 December 2018 –  Village Hall – 4.30pm

Please note EARLIER START of film  at 4.30 pm

Doors open from 3.30 pm

Marmalade and jam sandwiches and scones available, together with tea, coffee and soft drinks.

This is a family film suitable for all ages.  Tickets £5 available from Postwick Coffee Shop (Tuesday 10.30 am to 12 noon) or Brundall Hardware Shop.

For more information please ring 07587152857

Village Event
Friday 14 December – Village Hall – 7.30
Get into the Christmas spirit at this get-together with others from the village!  Free food and an introductory drink.

2019!
Date for the diary –  Saturday 19th January 2019 – Bingo!.  This very popular event is returning!

Bar Roster:  Matthew; 2/11 Jamie; 9/11 Pat; 16/11 John; 23/11 Matthew; 30/11 Jamie; 7/12 Pat; 14/12 John; 21/12 Matthew; 28/12 Jamie  

Bar Open: Fridays 8 – 11pm

Postwick Newsletter October 2018

Tables still available for the Quiz & Chips on 27 Oct, but going fast!  Book now to avoid disappointment! See paper door to door version for details.

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon .

Reuben and Rose.

Yes, after many years in the village, Reuben and Rose have moved out of Postwick to distant lands at Eaton. Arguably the most popular man in the village as licensee of the Village Hall Bar, Reuben ignored all the Fates, which conspired to keep him and Rose in the village (including falling tree-trunks). They will be greatly missed. Thanks for licensing all our bibulous affairs over the years!

And talking of the bar at the Village Hall, don’t forget

Club Night every Friday night from 8.30 onwards. Come for a pint or G & T (soft drinks also available!) and meet the village crowd.

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:   2/10; 16/10; 30/10; 13/11; 27/11; 11/12

Yes, after many years in the village, Reuben and Rose have moved out of Postwick to distant lands at Eaton. Arguably the most popular man in the village as licensee of the Village Hall Bar, Reuben ignored all the Fates, which conspired to keep him and Rose in the village (including falling tree-trunks). They will be greatly missed. Thanks for licensing all our bibulous affairs over the years!

And talking of the bar at the Village Hall, don’t forget

Club Night every Friday night from 8.30 onwards. Come for a pint or G & T (soft drinks also available!) and meet the village crowd.

Village Christmas Card

It’s that time again! This year, Julie Woods has  commissioned, through Rev Pat Atkinson’s Vidiyal Trust, for Pat’s children in India to paint a design instead of having the card printed. They will receive the money we would normally pay for printing.  It’s a win-win!  It will cost the same, so sponsorship is needed as before. The cost is £50 so if you would like to sponsor part or all (!), please contact me…Julie Woods.  (See paper door version). Thank you.

(N.B. Pat Stiven will be visiting the Trust in India this October and may bring back the card!)

Recent Events in the Village

Recycling Talk

Green Group organised a successful evening on Friday 14th September when we had a talk on recycling by Broadland District Council,   which was very informative.     If you would like to learn more about what can and cannot be recycled,  information will be available on the Postwick Village Hall Website in the near future.

Up and coming Events in the village.

Quiz & Chips

Saturday 27 October – Village Hall – 7.30 prompt!

Come on, let’s be havin’ you!!! There’s still space for teams for the ever-popular quiz with Julian as quizmaster!  Teams of 3/4 max. Like last time, entry is £10 per head and includes your meal. Choice of cod, plaice, chicken or double sausage & chips. Contact Mick  at  (See paper door version) to book your team and food order.  Numbers limited!
Bar open, of course!

Postwick Village Screen

Presents Journey’s End  (12A)

Saturday 10 November – Village Hall -7.30 pm (Doors open at 7 pm)

Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), as they await their fate.

“A roster of fine performances elevates director Saul Dibb’s worthy adaptation of RC Sherriff’s classic play about the difficulties and pressures facing soldiers living in the rat-infested trenches during the final throes of the First World War.”  Radio Times

Tickets available from Postwick Coffee Shop and Brundall Hardware Shop £5 (£6 on the door)

Christmas Fayre
Saturday 1st December – 10.00am to 1pm – Village Hall
Yes, it’ll soon be that time again.  A note for your diary now – more details later

Village Event
Friday 14 December – Village Hall – 7.30
Get into the Christmas spirit at this get-together with others from the village!  Free food and an introductory drink.

2019!
Date for the diary –  Saturday 19th January 2019 – Bingo!.  This very popular event is returning!

Bar Roster: 28/9 Matthew; 5/10 Jamie; 12/10 Pat; 19/10 John; 26/10 Matthew; 2/11 Jamie; 9/11 Pat; 16/11 John

Bar Open  Friday   8.30pm – 11.00pm

Postwick Newsletter September 2018

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon .

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:   4/9; 18/9; 2/10; 16/10; 30/10; 13/11

Noise Pollution

Please check bottom of this post for advice/suggestions to parishioners regarding tackling issues of unwelcome noise!

Recent Events in the Village

Churchyard Work Party

There was an excellent turn-out for the work party on Saturday 14th July with quite a few helpers from Brundall too.  Lots of  unwanted vegetation cut down and the ladies did a valiant job inside sweeping the steps of the tower.  Phew, it was hot work!   Doughnuts and lashings of cold drinks were consumed desperately by all who helped.  Many thanks to them again!

Brundall Singers

Thanks too to all who came and supported the Brundall Singers’ Concert at All Saints Church, Postwick on Friday 27th July.   There was a good turnout but the church was excessively hot, which is unusual for Postwick church – usually cool in the hottest conditions!!  All complaints to the Almighty, please.  The money raised from donations was £118, which is excellent. 

Up and coming Events in the village

Recycling Talk
Friday 14 September 7.30pm – Village Hall
Broadland District Council Recycling Team are coming to Postwick to give an up-to-date talk about recycling your household items and to answer questions from parishioners. Organised by Postwick Green Group
(For more information please talk to Ann on 10603 702438)
Bar Open.  All welcome.  Free !   (Not the bar, stupid!)

Postwick Village Screen
Saturday 6 October – Village Hall – 7.30pm
Postwick Village Screen presents The Bromley Boys – a 2018 Comedy. A funny and touching coming-of-age football memoir played out to the sights and sounds of late 60’s Britain.  Based on the hilarious novel by Dave Roberts, it recounts the author’s highs and lows supporting the worst football team in the country at the time – Bromley FC.

Tickets available from Postwick Coffee Shop and Brundall Hardware Shop

£5 (£6 on the door)

Quiz & Chips

Saturday 27 October – Village Hall – 7.30 prompt!

Yes, the ever-popular  brain-teaser  is back with Julian as quizmaster!  Teams of 3/4 max. Like last time, entry is £10 per head and includes your meal. Choice of cod, plaice, chicken or double sausage & chips. Contact Mick  at  mick.austen71@gmail.com or phone 01603 431191 to book your team and food order.  Numbers limited!
Bar open, of course!

Christmas Fayre
Saturday 1st December – 10.00am to 1pm – Village Hall
Yes, it’ll soon be that time again.  A note for your diary now – more details later

Bar Roster: 31/8 Matthew; 7/9 Jamie; 14/9 Pat; 21/9 John; 28/9 Matthew; 5/10 Jamie; 12/10 Pat; 19/10 John

Bar Open  Friday   8.30pm – 11.00pm
                  Sunday 5.00pm – 7.00pm 


Noise Pollution

During the last couple of summers there has been, on occasions, nuisance noise and loud music issues that some Parishioners of Postwick have experienced.  To assist in reporting such events any or all of the following methods can be used to inform the relevant authorities -:

  • Identify the location where the noise is coming from
  • keep a record of the date, time, duration and location of the problem
  • Telephone Broadland District Council Environmental Health on 01603 430488. This will go to an answer machine out of office hours but leave a message to include detailed information of the event and your contact details
  • complete the on line form which can be found at
  • https://secure.broadland.gov.uk/outreach_lcp/Pollution.ofml and/or e-mail environ.protection@broadland.gov.uk
  • Use the “noise app” (smart phones only) which can be downloaded at https://www.thenoiseapp.com/#/ . Follow the instructions and the recordings can then be sent via the app direct to Broadland District Council. This will also provide them with other information including the GPS position and time of the recording too. If this is not possible then record it on your mobile phone and let Broadland District Council Environmental Health know you have a recording
  • If the noise issue is related to Hush Venues, which has planning approval from The Broads Authority to hold wedding events with music up to 2300hrs then copy in any e-mails sent to Broadland District Council to Cally Smith (Compliance and Implementation Manager) at  smith@broads-authority.gov.uk . She can also be contacted by telephone  on 01603 756029

It assists both authorities if complaints are made by as many people as possible on each occasion of noise pollution as this enables them to further investigate and take any appropriate action needed.

Postwick Newsletter July & August 2018

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon .

Mobile Library

Alternate Tuesdays, 11.05 to 12.00 noon – Village Hall.

Forthcoming dates:  10/7; 24/7; 7/8; 21/8; 4/9; 18/9; 2/10

Clock face restoration Postwick Church

Church Clock

The church  clock has been a concern since the architect decreed  it in 2016 to be a danger.  The fixings of the clock face are badly corroded and something needed to be done.   On 13th June a firm of clock restorers removed the face – quite a job as it entailed abseiling  down the church tower  to guide the heavy metal  face  being brought down safely.   New fixings will be moulded to enable the clock face to be put back.   The mechanism is unrepairable  and a decision is yet to  be made on having a replacement.  Thanks go to Friends of Postwick church for meeting the costs of making it safe (from funds raised).

Postwick With Witton Parish Council

Village Hall Website –  thanks to Adrian for all he does on organising the website.

The website now has the audited accounts of the Parish Council for interest .

Recent Events in the Village

Village Event

The Village Event on Saturday 9th June was enjoyed by all and it was good to see some new faces.  The weather was a contributory factor in adding to the atmosphere,  the BBQ was much appreciated as were the strawberries and cream.   Thanks must go to all who helped with cooking, serving and clearing up and not least to all who came and joined in with the socialising.

Up and coming Events in the village

Social Club AGM

Friday 6 July 8pm – Village Hall

All residents of Postwick with Witton Parish are welcome to attend.   For those not aware,  the Social Club is a sub-committee of the Parish Council consisting of four members of the Parish Council and three committee members who make up  the vote.   With these seven members there are at present three other members who together make up the committee.

Churchyard Work Party Saturday 14th July at 9.30 – 11.20  Postwick Church  All helpers welcome,   coffee and doughnuts for a reward. We are welcoming a party from Yare Valley churches

Brundall Singers Friday 27 July – 7 – 9pm, Postwick Church An evening of light music put on by The Brundall Singers. It’s hoped that the Church will be full! Light refreshments will be served during the interval.

Recycling Talk Friday 14 September 7.30pm – Village Hall Arranged by The Green Group. More details later. All welcome

Bar Roster: 29/6 John; 6/7 Matthew; 13/7 Jamie; 20/7 Pat; 27/7 John; 3/8 Matthew; 10/8 Jamie; 17/8 Pat; 24/8 John; 31/8 Matthew; 7/9 Jamie; 14/9 Pat; 21/9 John

Bar Open  Friday   8.30pm – 11.00pm                   Sunday 5.00pm – 7.00pm 

N.B – Next newsletter – September!