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SHELFORD VILLAGE INFORMATION SHEET
If you wish to include anything in the Information Sheet please contact Bev and/or Karen as below:The Vilage Information Sheet is published Bi-Monthly and distributed to all houses in the village.
Bev Bingham (Tel: 933 4212, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Karen Cheetham (Tel: 933 2231, email@example.com).
All Services are in compliance with Covid rules. PLEASE BRING A MASK TO SERVICES.
4th October 10.30 am Holy Communion
18th October 6.30 pm Compline with Organ Reflection
25th October 6.30 pm Compline with Organ Reflection
8th November 10.30 am Remembrance Sunday restricted to 20
(by appointment only contact either Karen (933 2231) or
Chris Mills-Kennedy (933 5861))
15th November 6.30 pm Compline with Organ Reflection
29th November 6.30 pm Compline with Organ Reflection
BIG LITTER PICK WEEK
We would like to thank John Fisher and Eileen Smith for their sterling effort litter picking round the village, Stoke Lane and Manor Lane during litter picking week.
What a great response to the Pumpkin trail round the village. This is something that I think will bring a little normality to Halloween this year. In order to keep track on those wishing to take place, please can you confirm your house name/number (possibly street name too) to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once I have collected all addresses, I can then email you the trail list back for your little ones to have. I would suggest that the cut-off date, so I can finish the sheet, would be 29th October. All those participating need to do is leave a pumpkin(s) or decorate your garden, and if you wish, to leave a bowl of sweets for those to help themselves. Another suggestion is that for safety, parents of those whose children are taking place can provide their own children with sweets, that when they find a pumpkin then they reward the children by putting a sweet into their bag.
Finally, please remember on the night to stick to the social distancing rules and use sanitizer before and after collecting sweets from anyone else's bowl.
Thank you so much!
BONFIRE NIGHT AND FIREWORKS CELEBRATIONS
Due to most formal events not taking place this year, there may be an increase in private celebrations. With this in mind, please be aware many dogs, cats, horses etc are frightened by the noise associated with fireworks. If you are planning to have a bonfire and fireworks, please let you neighbours know in order that they can protect their pets. Thank you.
CORRECTION TO PREVIOUS EDITION OF NEWSLETTER
In the item submitted by Mr Roger Cook in the April edition, there was an error in the wording. It should have said that he was walking up Manor Lane, not Water Lane. Apologies for the error.
Sadly, on Friday 1st May, we learnt that Mick Unwin had passed away following a long illness.
Over the years Mick had played a huge part in our community serving as Chairman of the Parish Council, being an integral part of the Shelford Feast committee, organising the very successful bi-annual Street Market, and generally giving his heart and soul for the good of the village.
I’m sure you will all join in sending our condolences to Angela and their family, and giving our thanks for the impact Mick had on ourselves and our village.
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