If you missed this it was wonderful and so many thanks to the PTA, Teachers and all who donated prizes. Mrs T and me came home laden to the gunwales with prizes and stuff we had bought.
The children were all enjoying themselves and we were royally entertained by (I may have missed one) two choirs and a hearty rendition of ‘Twelve days of Christmas”. Hugely enjoyable – one not to miss in future years.
Had a meeting yesterday about the V&O Surveys for the Neighbourhood Plan and whilst the formal date for returning completed forms has passed and the Steering Group are currently collating your responses, they would still welcome returns up til mid-December when the final results will be reviewed.
If you haven’t completed yours yet or would like a second copy then get in touch with Tony Dahill on 01829 733701 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org and he would be pleased to collect or deliver your response forms.
Following a move to North Wales, the current treasurer for Cotebrook Village Hall has said that he will be stepping down in the New Year and the Management Committee is seeking suitable candidates to fill the void.
Responsible to the trustees the role would suit any resident with good book keeping or financial background and willing to assist an able management team of around 14 and will entail one evening a month attending a three-hour informal meeting and an additional few hours a month keeping CVH financial records up to date.
If the role appeals, please talk to or email Judith Walters (the Chair) if you are interested and require further information. Alternatively, you could attend the next committee meeting to get a “feel” for what the role entails and the people involved.
We have just received notification from the Planning Inspectorate that the Appeal by the developer for Northgate Field (17/01595/OUT) has been dismissed and the letters that we received are included as PDF below.
… the geese are getting fat: Please put a penny in the old …
So the old nursery rhyme goes, but is is important to think of others and this advert from St Luke’s Hospice is a worthwhile one to publicise as it covers two bases at once – helping others and recycling. If you can help, please do.
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They are looking to cover the CW6, CW7, CW8 and CW9 postcodes and would be after a one day commitment (but that could be spread over several dates).