Thursday, 18 November 2010

Village News

with Margaret Morbey

Remembrance Service
The Remembrance Service led by John Wynburne  at The War Memorial on Sunday 14th was very well supported with many families with young children. The wreath was laid by John Grimsdell.  It was very touching to see a poppy wreath made by the children at Chuf had been laid on the War Memorial on 11th November.

Baskets for paper, cans and plastics will next be collected on Tuesday 30th November - not the 23rd as previously stated!

Eric Carte appearances
Eric will be appearing in Episode 8 of Midsomer Murders. The title of this episode is not known at the moment, only that it is the last one in which John Nettles plays Barnaby. So, watch out for Episdode 8, which might be screened next year.
Eric is presently rehearsing at The Mill at Sonning ready to perform in A Bedfull of Foreigners, a comedy by Dave Freeman. This opens on 2nd December and runs until 15th January 2011. More details are available at the website and there are some flyers in Chearsley Tea Rooms.

Chearsley W.I.
Busy times for Chearsley W.I. before Christmas. Everyone is invited to “A Morning of Christmas Food” on Thursday, 2nd December from 10.30 until 12.00 at 2 Old Plough Close, when a variety of festive goodies will be on sale, together with a Christmas cake raffle.
Their Christmas meeting will be on Tuesday 14th December at 2.30 when there will be a chance to have a go at Line Dancing. Mulled wine, mince pies and nibbles will be available. Entry is £2.50.

Birthday Congratulations
Happy Special Birthday to Mark Gillis.