Thanks to everyone who supported the Carnival Quiz at the Football Club on Thursday 13 September, especially to our Quiz Masters Jon and Julie and to the Football Club for the use of their facilities. We raised £182 for Carnival funds
We now have a loyalty card too, so if you attend youth club 4 times in a row you then get the 5th week free.
We also want YOU to have your own say on what you want to happen at youth club.
Youth club will start again on Tuesday September 18th.
For any more information please contact Bridie Croft on 07802 691847 and please do spread the word to any friends, relatives and neighbours who might know children that would like to attend
See you all there!
‘Debauched King Henry II installs his longtime court facilitator Thomas Becket as the Archbishop of Canterbury, assuming that his old friend will be a compliant and loyal lackey in the King’s ongoing battles with the church. But Becket unexpectedly finds his true calling on the ecclesiastical side, and aligns himself against the king’s selfish wishes, causing a rift and an eventual showdown not only between the two men, but also the institutions they represent.’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2018 can be found on the Memorial Hall notice board at Row, Community website www.stbreward.net and Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Asian Hornet is an aggressive predator of insects: as its name suggests, it is not native to the UK. It is a serious threat to honeybees, bumble bees and other pollinating insects which are vital to our food supply and if its nest is disturbed, it can be a vicious attacker of people.
To tell them apart: the Asian hornet has an orange face, yellow lower legs and a mainly dark abdomen with one yellow segment; the European hornet has a yellow face, dark legs and an all yellow abdomen. The Asian hornet is slightly smaller than the European one.
At this time of year, the mated queens are looking for somewhere to overwinter – often in barns or outbuildings – before starting a new colony in the spring, often high up in a tree. Each colony can produce up to 6000 individuals and each hornet can eat up to 25 honeybees a day. The maths will tell you just how serious an invasion of this insect would be.
If you think you may have spotted an Asian hornet please either email email@example.com with location details and a photo if possible or use the online form. With vigilance, we can stop this insect from establishing itself in the UK.
I will be presenting the results on Wednesday 19th September at the St Breward Institute & War Memorial Hall – at 6pm and Friday 21st September at the St Neot Archives – at 6pm
If you would like to attend either of these brief presentations (and ask as many questions as you like!) please let me know so we have an idea of numbers.
Thanks and hope to see you there
Jodie Lampert, Department of Genetics and Genome Biology
University of Leicester firstname.lastname@example.org
The September meeting of St Breward Parish Council will be held at the Memorial Hall on Tuesday 4th September, beginning at 7pm. Members of the public may speak just prior to the start of the meeting.
All are welcome!
To view the agenda, please click here.
After a very hectic and enjoyable Carnival Week the committee are now looking forward to Thursday 13 September when we will be holding our Annual Quiz at the Football Club commencing at 7.30pm.. We are grateful to the Club for hosting this event and to Jon and Julie for once again organising the Quiz.
Book your team of four (£10) with Sharon 01208 850191, the bar will be open, bar snacks available or bring your own picnic supper
Carnival Secretary Sharon Bourne 01208 850191 email@example.com www.stbreward.net
‘Based on Thomas Hardy’s renowned novel, this British drama focuses on Bathsheba Everdene a beautiful young woman who inherits a picturesque farm from her uncle and is determined to run it herself. Three very different suitors — Francis Troy, an intense soldier; William Boldwood and Gabriel Oak, a shepherd of modest means — all contend for Bathsheba’s hand, and conflict is inevitable’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2018 can be seen here the Hall noticeboard at Row and from the Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Accused of murder when she was a child, a dressmaker (Kate Winslet) returns to her small Australian town to seek revenge on the locals who did her wrong.’
Doors open at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Annual Membership £2 Admission Donations: Members £3 Visitors £4, Refreshments included. The full list of Films for 2018 can be seen here
the Hall noticeboard at Row and from the Hall Secretary, 01208 850727 email@example.com