Postwick Hub Work

Oaks Lane remains closed for approx 3 months more.  The new pedestrian/cycle path from just past the railway bridge on Oaks Lane up to the Park & Ride roundabout is due to open shortly. In the meantime, it is still possible to use Oaks Lane on foot/by bicycle.

Anglian Water Bore Hole Works – Reminder

Ferry Lane closed between the cricket ground and Brundall Low Road for two or three days during the last week in October whilst a pipeline is laid.

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat?  (And some coffee?) N.B. Our Community Police Officers also usually put in an appearance here, so this is an opportunity for villagers to raise any issues informally which may concern the police.

Wanted, Dead or Alive!

As you will see at the bottom of this newsletter, the post of Chairman of the Postwick Social Club Committee is still vacant following Peter’s resignation from the post.  Alan Woods is courageously performing this role on a pro tem basis (as well chairing the Parish Council), which is something of an unfair burden.  Will someone put him out of his misery and take on the Social Club role? Applications to the new Secretary, Pat Stiven, who has taken over from Ann Brownlee after many years of excellent service!

Highly commended!

Eagle-eyed readers of Broadland News (p 12) will have spotted that the Jubilee Gardens at Postwick received a Green Award ‘High Commendation’ from Broadland District Council.  Well done to all those involved.  The framed award will soon be on display in the Village Hall. For those unaware of the gardens, they can be found near the bottom of the football pitch, are arranged with sleepers in a  two diamond shapes, and planted with herbs as a sensory garden – an ideal place for your quiet moments of contemplation…

Grey Bins

More prosaically, Broadland News  (p 16-17) also has important details regarding new recycling arrangements.  From 1st October many further items, including glass bottles, food & drink cartons, foil and more can be left for collection in your grey bin.  N.B.  The large recycling bins in the Village Hall Car Park may be removed next April.

Local Community Farm Open To New Members!

Norwich FarmShare is a community farm based just outside of Postwick, next to the Park and Ride. For a small monthly fee, residents can collect a share of delicious farm vegetables from the farm every week. The produce is pulled out of the ground in the morning and collected in the afternoon…local, delicious and extremely fresh! Chemical-and pesticide-free, and grown with love by a community of volunteers and growers. For more info, call 0845 6805721  or see www.norwichfarmshare.co.uk

Up and Coming Events

Peter Herring ‘Thank you’ Event

Friday, 3 October 7.30pm in the Village Hall.
As a special ‘Thanks’ to Peter for all the work he has done for the village over the past 10 years, as Chairman of the Social Club Committee and very much more, there will be a get-together  as above.  Buffet provided and Bar open.  All welcome – please do your best to get along to show your appreciation for Peter’s huge contribution to the village!

Quiz & Chips

Sat, 22 November – 7.30pm – Village Hall
Same arrangements as on previous occasions with usual quizmaster, Julian, taxing the grey matter. Teams of 3 or 4, Entry £2.50 per head + cost of food.  Plaice & Chips £5.25, Cod & Chips £5.25, 2 Sausages & Chips £3.40, Chips £1.50.  Bar till late! Limited numbers, so book early to avoid disappointment!  Contact Mick on 431191 to reserve your team place.

Postwick Christmas Tree Festival

6th & 7th December – 10.00am – 4.00 pm in the Church Christmas trees decorated in the theme of… A Christmas Carol

Christmas Bazaar

Sat, 6th December – 10.00 – 12.00 – Village Hall            Anyone wishing to book a table for the Bazaar, please contact Lynne on 434065.
Donations for the Hamper and Tombola welcomed.   Details of both Christmas events in next newsletter.

Bar Open  Friday   8.00pm – 11.00pm

Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster  

Di 26/9, Reuben 3/10, Derek 10/10, Mathew 17/10,  Di 24/10, Steven 31/10, Reuben 7/11, Derek 14/11, 21/11 Mathew, 28/11 Di, 5/12 Steven, 12/12 Reuben.  More volunteers always welcome!

Postwick Hub Newsletter No.10 2014

Postwick Hub Roadworks Newsletter No 10 (PDF)

Postwick Hub Roadworks Newsletter No 10 (Word Document)

15 September 2014

 

Postwick Hub – Update No. 10

Construction of the new North / South section of the new link road has progressed well and with the lower layers of the new road pavement complete preparations are being made to lay the first asphalt.

Earthworks have commenced to construct the new A47 Gt Yarmouth Eastbound ‘on slip’.

Works continue on the excavation of 8,000 cubic metres of soil to construct a new drainage lagoon alongside the A47.

Piling works for the new bridge has been completed and work has started to install steelwork for the Southern bridge pier. The first concrete pour is planned for next week with 230 cubic metres of concrete to be placed in a day.

Piling work has also commenced underneath the existing bridge, the piles will be spaced so that they are almost touching each other to form a continuous piled wall which will create the required space underneath the existing structure for the new ‘exit slip’ to be constructed.

Final preparation works are under way with placement of topsoil in the verges along the new footway / cycle track that will link Oaks Lane to the existing Park & Ride site.

Work to remove the A1042 Park & Ride roundabout and replace it with a temporary roundabout layout has been reprogrammed and will now commence towards the end of September.

Utility works continue with UKPN on site laying new cables in preparation for the removal of the 33 Kva overheads that cross over the new Park & Ride site.

BT continue with cable changeovers along the A47 and A1042.

Anglian Water are programmed in towards the end of September to relocate the existing water main that runs along the A1042.

Traffic Management

A47 Westbound – ‘entry’ slip road lane narrowing.

A47 Eastbound –  No additional planned traffic management.

50mph temporary speed limits are now in force on the East and Westbound carriageways for the duration of the works. 30mph limits in force on A1042 and Broadland Way.

Oaks Lane is now closed for a period of five months. Diversion route will be A1042

Yarmouth Road, C440 Brundall Low Rd, C440 Church Rd, U59404 Cullings Hill.

Until the new footway is open, pedestrians and cyclists will be signed through the closure at Oaks Lane.

Off Peak Traffic Management on A1042 Yarmouth Road south of the A47 will continue to be required at certain times, this will be in the form of two-way temporary traffic signals.

Peachman Way roundabout localised lane narrowing week commencing 22 September. Attached at the end of the Newsletter are extracts from the Contractors ‘timeline

programme’ for week 20 to week 30.

This and future newsletters, together with timings of the different stages of Traffic Management during the works, can be viewed on the County Councils website, please see below.

For Further Information

Further information on traffic management during the works and updates on progress can be found on Norfolk County Council website. www.norfolk.gov.uk, click here.

Live roadworks information can be viewed on the County Council’s website  here, or from

‘Roadworks’ in the A-Z of Services.

Tim Ellis, Deputy Project Manager, on 07885 579597, or

Norfolk County Council highways enquiries on 0344 800 8020

Lucy Washington – Randall     lucy.washington-randall@balfourbeatty.com

Birse Civils General Enquiries  0800 0329760

Thanks to Su for passing the info on.

Info from Nikki Bunnewell of broadland business park via Su (Parish Administration)

September 2014 Newsletter

Postwick Hub Work

Oaks Lane is now closed for a period of five months.  The pedestrian/cycle path from just past the railway bridge on Oaks Lane up to the Park & Ride roundabout is not yet open (despite assurances that it would be!), but should open approx 26 Aug.

Anglian Water Bore Hole Works

The closure of Ferry Lane, in order to run a pipeline from the new bore hole works down to the river, will now take place in the last week of October.  It will last two or three days and mean Ferry Lane is closed from the far side of the cricket ground and round over the hump-backed railway bridge up to the Brundall Low Road junction.  Fear not! – Church Road through the village will not close – some confusion caused by the contractors looking at the map upside down!

Use it or Lose it!

Please for more villagers to use the bar on Fridays and Sundays have had sadly little effect. Proceeds from the bar operation are used for the running of the village hall and improvements (N.B. work on the new doors is in progress and they should be installed sometime in the autumn). If there is a drop in bar operating profits, it may not be possible to host other events – a vicious circle of decline – and a charge may have to be made our on Council Tax in order to run the Village Hall. Aaagh!  Postwick Expects That Every Man (And Woman) Will Do His/Her Duty!

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat?  (And some coffee?)

Where’s Su?

Welcome home, Su, after your recent op.  We wish you a speedy return to full working order.  Your absence around the village has been very noticeable and missed!

Disturbance at Village Hall Car Park

Complaints have been made by residents living near the village hall, regarding noise late at night in the hall car park. This has been reported to Community Police Officers, who have already increased patrols to the area.

Paul the Postie

Paul has sent a ‘thank-you’ card regarding his farewell party and gifts.  This can be seen on the noticeboard in the village hall.  Apologies from Dottie Herring, who had a chew of the card since there have been no biscuits from Richard, the new postman.

Upand Coming Events

Fit for Free!

New free 10-week course of fitness activities starting 6th October. Active Norfolk, in partnership with Sport England, Public Health and Norfolk County Council, are organising a programme of activities to make you feel healthier!  Badminton, golf, aerobics, yoga, dance and more.  Aimed at adult beginners, one hour, day & evening classes, led by sports coaches.  Also classes in select areas, like buggy fit workout. Limited space, so book now!  More info and details of venues at www.funandfitnorfolk.co.uk or call 732333 for a chat.

Saving Mrs Tiggy-Winkle?

Help for Hedgehogs – the Green group has arranged for a talk from a local wildlife expert on how to care for the endangered hedgehog and a chance to meet one on Friday 26th September at 7:30 at the village hall. All welcome. (free)

Quiz & Chips

Returning, due to popular demand!

Sat, 22 November (tbc).  More details next month

Bar Open  Friday  8.00pm – 11.00pm

Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster

Peter 22/8, Di 29/8, Reuben  5/9, Mathew 12/9, Peter 19/9, Di 26/9, Reuben 3/10, Derek 10/10, Mathew 17/10, Di 24/10, Steven 31/10, Reuben 7/11, Derek 14/11

Items for the Newsletter

If you have any items you wish to be included, email Mick Austen here.

August Newsletter 2014

Ok so the newsletter is rather late. Michael Austen has now taken over from Peter Herring and unfortunately I didn’t get the newsletter at the beginning of the month. A minor hiccup but it’s now up on the site.

Peter Herring writes:

“Many of you will know that this year I have resigned as Chairman of Postwick Social Club and will be ceasing my other roles by the end of August. I would just like to record my thanks to all the people who have supported me over the last 10 years, particularly Committee members and our Secretary, Ann Brownlee. I would like to wish the Social Club and new incumbents every success for the future.”

Peter, a huge ‘thank you’ to you for all you have done for the village and our community. Your leadership and dedication has been brilliant and will be sorely missed. Good luck and equal success to you wherever you direct your energies next.

Allotments

If you are interested in having an allotment in the future please contact Su here.

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat?

Postwick Hub Work

Su, the Parish Clerk is continuing to forward Newsletters of the work schedule by Norfolk County Council. Please email Su here. if you have any queries or if you do not receive the Parish Minutes. Please note that the Oaks Lane closure is now due to take place in mid-August.

Village Hall Kitchen

The Village Hall kitchen has recently been redecorated and new flooring laid. The cost of redecoration, approx £300, was paid by Postwick Social Club and the flooring (£400) by Postwick Coffee Shop, with the addition of some generous donations from friends of the Village.

Recent Events

Postwick with Witton Open Gardens

Nine gardeners in the village very kindly showed off their unique gardens for a very successful first Postwick with Witton Open Gardens event organised by Postwick Green Group. £450 was raised for both Postwick Church and the Green Group, with a donation to the Social Club. Thanks to all those who participated and especially Jean, who organised the programme and the route. If you are interested in participating next year, please contact a member of the Green Group or email Su Allport.

Paul the Postie – 4 July

Paul the Postie’s farewell party was a great success and he was given an excellent send-off, attended by at least 50 people – a measure of his popularity. A total of £308 was raised, which was given to him as a batch of gifts (including a mini post-box!). Many thanks to Nadine for organising the event and helping with the gift purchase. Also to all those who contributed to the sumptuous buffet!

Social Club AGM – 9 July

A handful of villagers only attended the annual meeting of the Social Club. A number of issues were discussed, including the drop in numbers at bar opening times and consequent reduction in income. At the meeting the Chairman stood down and Ann Brownlee handed over some of the secretarial work to Pat Stiven.

Postwick Festival - 12 July

The ‘Summer-do’ this year took the form of a beer festival, with BBQ and live band. It appears to have been a resounding success and it’s hoped to develop the idea still further next year. The beers on offer were very popular, but sadly, some was lost due to evaporation whilst setting up the marquee the previous evening…

Up and Coming Events

None arranged at this moment! If you would be prepared to organise an event – e.g. Quiz & Chips night or a Wine Tasting Evening etc., please contact one of the Committee members at the bottom of this newsletter.

Football

There are now three football teams using the pitch behind the Hall. Blofield play on Saturdays, and Norwich United, who have two teams, play on Sundays, so there is a home game every week.

Bar Open Friday 8.00pm – 11.00pm
Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster

Reuben 1/8, Derek 8/8, Mathew 15/8, Peter 22/8, Di 29/8, Reuben 5/9, Mathew 12/9, Peter 19/9, Di 26/9, Reuben 3/10, Derek 10/10, Mathew 17/10, Di 24/10

NB The Newsletter

Mick Austen has taken over the preparation of the newsletter (with Pat Stiven as relief). If you have any items you wish to be included, please email Mick here.

 

July Newsletter 2014

For any of the below if you need to Contact Su you may do so here

http://www.postwick.co.uk/oak/contact/

Use it or lose it

Over the last 12 months use of the Village Hall Bar has dropped on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons. The situation is such that unless use picks up then the bar will have to close. This in turn will have a knock on effect on function booking income as it will no longer be viable to operate a bar just for specific events. At present the Social Club picks up most of the Village Hall’s running costs from income generated. This includes utilities, maintenance, much of the grass cutting and improvements. Please give it your support.

Dog Fouling

This is continuing to be monitored by our resident experts. We would ask residents to be vigilant when in and around the field and cricket pitch and report anyone seen failing to pick up after their dog or dropping/throwing poo bags other than in the bins provided.

Newsletter delivery volunteers

Sandra would like to thank the volunteers who have come forward to help spread the Newsletter delivery work load.

What a great Community Spirit there is in Postwick

Ann and John Brownlee would like to thank everyone in Postwick who helped out after Ann’s accident on 29 April. It was truly amazing what support a small village has for those not as fortunate as themselves. We really hope that this spirit is not lost and that we can continue to support one another.

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat.

Postwick Hub Work

The Parish Clerk will forward any Newsletters of work schedule by Norfolk County Council.  Please   email Su Parish Clerk (See Paper Version)   if you have any queries or if you do not receive the Parish Minutes.

Recent Events

Postwick with Witton Annual Parish Meeting – 16 June

Well more than a man and his dog turned up to the Annual Parish Meeting of Postwick with Witton Parish Council on Monday 16 June. I think there was around 8, more than half of which were Parish Councillors. Not very encouraging for them considering they have been representing the village for the last 12 months on a voluntary basis.

Postwick with Witton Open Gardens – 28/29 June (Opening Times 2 pm to 5 pm both days)

(Please note one or two gardens may only be open on one

afternoon) Start at Postwick Village Hall to pick up your

map/information sheet on each garden and to take afternoon tea!  Any queries e-mail Su (See Paper Version)

Photographic Competition – 28/29 June

To coincide with Open Gardens in Postwick there will be a photographic competition run by Postwick Green Group in Postwick Church. Photographs of gardens, flowers and wildlife. Different age categories and prizes. Everyone is encouraged to participate.  Entries to be posted/given to   Su Allport by Saturday 14 June with name address and telephone number on reverse of photo. 

Please contact Su (See Paper Version)  to arrange handover/pick up. (proceeds to Postwick Church)

Paul the Postie – 4 July

As you are all aware by now that Paul the Postie has had to leave us to do his duties elsewhere. We are, however, hoping to give him a good send off at the Village Hall on Friday 4 July – 7.30pm/8.00 ish.

We hope to surprise him with a Buffet and presentation as a result of all the money collected by Nadine. Please could you all put this date in your diaries, as it would be great to show him the villager’s appreciation for the great job he has done over the last few years.  Please try and make it. Hopefully see you all there.

Social Club AGM – 9 July

The Social Club Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 9 July at 8.00pm. All are welcome to attend

Postwick Festival – 12 July

There will be Real Ales and the bar will also be open for a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. In addition there will be a live band, “The Cream Horns” and also a BBQ. No tickets required as there is no entrance fee.

Bar Open  Friday   8.00pm – 11.00pm Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster  

Reuben 27/6, Derek 4/7, Mathew 11/7, Peter 18/7, Di 25/7, Reuben 1/8, Derek 8/8, Mathew 15/8, Peter 22/8, Di 29/8, Reuben  5/9, Mathew 12/9, Peter 19/9, Di 26/9

June Newsletter 2014

Dog Fouling

This issue has been discussed at the Parish Council meeting and further investigation is being undertaken before making a decision on the way forward.

Newsletter delivery volunteers wanted

We would still like another volunteer or two to come forward to help Sandra to deliver a small number of Newsletters (25 ish). If anyone is willing to help her please call her on (See paper version).

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat.

Black Kitten

Is anyone missing a Black Kitten which seems to be spending most of its time in and around Cullings Hill. Please contact Su Allport

100 Years since the Outbreak of WW1

Local churches are commemorating the fact that it is 100 years since the outbreak of World War 1.  Rev’d Peter Leech would like to hear from anyone who has anything they would like to contribute, memorabilia or help with this event.  Please contact Rev’d Peter Leech on (See paper version)for more information.

Postwick Hub Work

Work on Postwick Hub commenced on Monday 12 May 2014. A Schedule of Works Information Event took place on Monday 12 May for parishioners and any interested parties. The Parish Clerk will forward any Newsletters of work schedule by Norfolk County Council.  Please email Su Parish Clerk (here) if you have any queries or if you do not receive the Parish Minutes.

Recent Events

Annual Postwick Plant Swap – 17 May

The 5th Annual Postwick Plant Swap, a popular event run by Postwick Green Group had a good turnout of plant swappers and purchasers on the day.  A more varied plant variety was on offer this year with the surplus being donated to Brundall School.  The event raised £130 for Postwick Green Group’s future work in our community.

Thanks to all who offered their time and support to this event.

Wine Tasting – 17 May

The Wine Tasting evening proved a success with samples of some very exceptional white and red wines on offer. No need to be a wine buff but hey 14.5% proof can’t be bad. Thanks to Phil for organising the event and here’s (or cheers) to the next one once the kidneys have recovered.

Upand Coming Events

Postwick with Witton Annual Parish Meeting – 16 June

Postwick with Witton Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting is to take place on Monday 16 June at 7.30 pm at Postwick Village Hall.  All parishioners encouraged to attend.

Postwick with Witton Open Gardens – 28/29 June (Opening Times 2 pm to 5 pm both days)

(Please note one or two gardens may only be open on one afternoon) Start at Postwick Village Hall to pick up your

map/information sheet on each garden and to take afternoon tea!  Any queries e-mail Su on (here)

Photographic Competition – 28/29 June

To coincide with Open Gardens in Postwick there will be a photographic competition run by Postwick Green Group in Postwick Church. Photographs of gardens, flowers and wildlife. Different age categories and prizes. Everyone is encouraged to participate.  Entries to be posted/given to   Su Allport by Saturday 14 June with name address and telephone number on reverse of photo. 

Please contact  Su Allport (here)   to arrange handover/pick up. (proceeds to Postwick Church)

Social Club AGM – 9 July

The Social Club Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 9 July at 8.00pm. All are welcome to attend

Postwick Festival – 12 July

There will be Real Ales and the bar will also be open for a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. In addition there will be a live band, “The Cream Horns” and also a BBQ. No tickets required as there is no entrance fee.

Bar Open  Friday   8.00pm – 11.00pm

Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster  

Derek 30/5, Mathew 6/6, Peter 13/6, Di 20/6, Reuben 27/6, Derek 4/7, Mathew 11/7, Peter 18/7, Di 25/7, Reuben 1/8, Derek 8/8, Mathew 15/8, Peter 22/8, Di 29/8

May Newsletter 2014

Dog Ban on playing field and cricket pitch?

Not nice to start on the subject of Dog fouling but unfortunately the issue has to be addressed. Despite additional signage there are no signs of improvement. The constant flow of visitors from far and wide coming to exercise their dogs is a major contributor. The fields are used by local children playing and their parents rightly expect, a safe and clean environment. The Parish Council will be debating this issue which may result in a dog ban.

Bicycles

A Bicycle rack is provided under the Meeting Room window, please do not take Bicycles into the Village Hall.

Newsletter delivery volunteers wanted

Sandra has been delivering Newsletters on her own for some time but is now looking for three volunteers to help spread the load. This will only involve delivering about 25 Newsletters each. If anyone is willing to help her please call her on (See paper version).

Parish Emergency Plan

The Parish Council has now completed a draft Emergency Plan for the Parish. They would now like to ask for volunteers who have equipment such as professional chainsaw, generators  etc that might be useful in a major emergency which they are willing to provide/help with. Please can you e-mail parish clerk (See paper version). by 31 May 2014.  Any questions /queries please contact parish clerk (See paper version).

Postwick Hub work 

We have been advised that work is due to commence Monday 12 May 2014, although things have started happening already.  Updates to follow. Any queries

e-mail Su on (See paper version)..

Postwick Coffee Shop

Postwick Coffee Shop is on Tuesday mornings at the Village Hall between 10.30 and 12.00 noon. Why not come along for biscuits, cake and a chat.

Recent Events

Postwick Easter Fayre – 20 April

The annual Easter Fayre on Sunday 20 April was successful, raising £233 towards Church maintenance costs. A big thank you to everyone who helped and those that came along and spent generously.

Flower Festival – 19/20 April

The flower arrangements were stunning and brightened up the Church on the Sunday morning. Again thank you to all the people who prepared the flower arrangements.

Annual Postwick Plant Swap – 17 May

Saturday 17 May 2014 10 am to 12 noon at Postwick Village Hall. From 10 am to 10.30 am Plant Swap, 10.30    onwards Swap/Buy. Bring your surplus plants to swap and/or purchase them. Refreshments and Cakes available.

We are hoping Fairhaven will attend with their special Candelabra Primulas. Contact Postwick Green Group for information (See paper version).

Wine Tasting – 17 May

There will be another Wine Tasting on 17 May from  7.30pm. However, the Wine & Curry combo didn’t mix that well last time so we have decided to do the Wine tasting and leave it to individuals to bring their own snacks  (cheese, biscuits etc.) or an indoor picnick.

Postwick with Witton Open Gardens – 28/29 June

(Opening Times 2 pm to 5 pm both days),Dates now confirmed.  Anyone still keen to open their garden please contact Su 07587152857 or (See paper version) Volunteers also needed. On the 28/29 June visitors will  start at Postwick Village Hall to pick up their map and take afternoon tea!

Photographic Competition – 28/29 June

To coincide with Open Gardens in Postwick there will be a photographic competition run by Postwick Green Group in Postwick Church. Photographs of gardens, flowers and wildlife. Different age categories and prizes. For more information on how to enter please contact (See paper version).

Social Club AGM – 9 July

The Social Club Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday 9 July at 8.00pm. All are welcome to attend

Postwick Festival – 12 July

Notice the name change. This was done because it sounded too much like a beer swilling event. Yes there will be Real Ales but the bar will also be open for a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. In addition there will be a live band, “The Cream Horns” and also a BBQ. No tickets required as there is no entrance fee.

Bar Open  Friday   8.00pm – 11.00pm

Sunday 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Bar Roster  

Matthew 2/5, Di 9/5, Reuben 16/5, Peter 23/5, Derek 30/5, Matthew 6/6, Peter 13/6, Di 20/6, Reuben 27/6, Derek 4/7,

Matthew 11/7, Peter 18/7, Di 25/7