Thursday, 10 September 2009

Village News

with Margaret Morbey

Chearsley Show
This was held on Saturday 5th September, when the overall winner was Julian George who was presented with the Vic Walker Cup. Julian was also the winner of the Wilfred Kind Cup for Best Domestic , the Eli Godfrey Glass Plate for his Jam tarts, and the wooden bowl for Best Fruit. Julian had to share the Gadsby Trophy for Best Vegetables with Alan Whiffin. Many congratulations to Julian.

The new category of a hanging basket was won by Della Mitchener. She received a photograph frame as her prize.

Other winners were : Cyndy Whiffin for Best Photograph; Perry Smith for Best Model; Jan Grimshaw for Best Art Entry; Mary Scholefield for Craft; Pauline Parkes for Best Flowers; Ann Pratt for Best Flower Arrangement; Mary Scholefield and Perry Smith share the Harry Gregory Cup for Craftsmanship.

A total of 13 children put in 37 entries and Christian Collins won the Harold Braley Cup for Best Children's Entry. Katherine George was the Children’s Champion. Quite a winning day for the Georges!

We were pleased to have Chloe Lambert to present the prizes – it wouldn’t be the same without her. All in all, it was a very successful day, with an increase in entrants and entries which makes all the hard work worth it.

Harvest Supper
For the first time for many years, the village will be able to join in a Harvest Supper. This is to be held at Chearsley Village Hall on Saturday 26th September at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £10 per person which will include a 2 course meal with wine or beer and entertainment. Alicia Howard is asking for help with the cooking and to hear from anyone who would like to perform their “party piece”. Please ring Alicia on 208036.

Harvest Festival
This service at St. Nicholas Church is on Sunday 27th September at 11am. The harvest gifts of fruit, vegetables and tinned foods will be given to the Long Crendon Day Centre. Help with decorating the Church on the Saturday is needed. Just turn up at the Church at 10am.

Mobile Library
This is next in the village on Monday 28th September from 1.10 to 1.35pm.

There will be a collection of all bins, baskets and bottles on September 22nd. It is best to put these out the night before unless you get up early in the morning!

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Community Message

from Aylesbury Neighbourhood Watch

We have been informed that delivery of the Aylesbury Phone Book will commence on the 30th September, with deliveries in the area being made in the following 2 - 3 weeks.

Delivery agents have been instructed by the distribution company not to leave directories on view from the street, however they state it is unavoidable that some books will be left outside. If this happens, the company are hoping that community minded neighbours will bring in the books where possible.

If you have any queries about the delivery of the Aylesbury Phone Book (not Yellow Pages), you can contact the distribution Company, DEYA, on 01189 777241.

Monday, 7 September 2009

Waddesdon Open Day

Heritage Open Day & Emergency Services Free Day - Saturday 12th September.

Waddesdon emergency services Open Day is being held this coming Saturday between 10:00am and 5:00pm at Waddesdon Manor and everyone is invited to attend.

Waddesdon police station holds an annual open day with Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue and other organisations attending include South Central ambulance service, Buckinghamshire County Council and other key partner agencies.

With it also being the National Trust's Heritage open day there is the added bonus of Waddesdon Manor being free to enter. An estimated 4,000 to 5,000 people are expected to attend the event, weather permitting.

Your local neighbourhood policing officers will be on hand talking about the role of a Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) and the responsibilities the officers and PCSOs have. The Special Constabulary will also be available to talk to about their role and how other people can help and join the team if interested.

The Force helicopter will hopefully be making an appearance and the local Neighbourhood Action Group will also have a stall explaining their role and the good work they do in the local community.

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Village News

with Margaret Morbey

Parish Council Meeting
The next Parish Council Meeting takes place on Monday 14th September in the Cricket Club at 7.30pm. Do come along to find out what is going on and what plans are being made for your village. Maybe there is an issue you need to raise that the Council can help with. There is time at the beginning and end of the meeting for any questions or comments by the public.

Best Wishes
To Fenella Tillier, who is now hopefully “on her feet”, having spent some time in Stoke Mandeville hospital.