Thursday, 16 July 2009

Village News

with Margaret Morbey

Congratulations galore:
Leif Hytten, vice-Chairman of Chearsley Parish Council and controller, and Petra took most of their friends in Chearsley by surprise by getting married in Aylesbury on Tuesday 14th July. By the evening, the word was out and the congratulations messages poured in.

Exam Successes
Congratulations to James Corpe on graduating in International Business Studies at Leeds University and to Tim Morbey graduating at Bristol University with joint honours in Geology and Biology. Well done! Good luck to them both for their future.

Chearsley Cricket Club
The annual Wicked Maiden Trophy between the youths and seniors was held at Chearsley Cricket Club on Sunday 12th July. A very close match, won in the last over by the Youth Team. A fine debut being made for the seniors by non-cricketers, Perry Smith and Ian Houseman. A barbeque and bar contributed to the success of this event.

A reminder that Tuesday 28th July is the next collection time for bottles, baskets and bins.

Waddesdon Manor
Volunteers to be Additional Room wardens are needed. This is because it is hoped to open more rooms, hold more tours and open The Stables Gallery for exhibitions, thus making a visit to Waddesdon Manor a really wonderful time. Volunteers are also being sought for garden guides, attendants for the land train and aviary assistants.

Get in touch with me if you would like some first hand knowledge of volunteering at Waddesdon Manor, or get in touch with Liz Wilkinson on 01296 653307

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