Woodborough Post Office
Click HERE to see a letter from Post Office Limited regarding the temporary closure of Woodborough Post Office.
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Due to the retirement of the Institutes trustees and in order that the facility continues, as of September 3rd 2019 the new trustees are:
Paul Berrisford 07932 345865
Les Warner 07902 691479
Patrick Smith 07484 110031
Linda Taylor 07703 326913
Richard Whincup 07976 806320
David Burgess who has done a sterling job maintaining the working of the Instituter for many years, will still assist, to ensure a smooth take over of duties for the new trustees.
All new bookings and any queries regarding current bookings to Richard Whincup.
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Woodborough Art Club
Are You “Plastic Aware”?
There’s been a lot of concern lately about the problems that plastic waste is causing to the environment – particularly the sea on which we all depend.
A trio of committed and passionate women in Calverton have organised a special “Pop-Up” event to encourage the wiser use of plastic. The Event will be held at Calverton Village Hall between 10.00am – 3.00pm on Sunday 1st September.
All proceeds will go to the charity Surfers Against Sewage.
The hall is right next to the lovely park in Calverton (on Park Road), there will be a café running all day, and the following wonderful selection of stalls:
Frankies toybox wooden toys
Savvy-Goods – Beeswax wraps
The Bookcase Lowdham
By Bravery Beard Balm
Waste Less Shop – you can pre-order items from them
Vegan Suds Company – soaps, shampoos, candles
W Coleman and Son – local milkman
Honey Bee Melts – scented wax melts
Belle and Olive – Textile and Mixed media art
The Birds and The Bees Stonepit Honey
“Reuse and Recycle” – children’s crafts
There will also be displays and stalls on easy plastic free swaps you can make in your home, as well as information on the charity Surfers Against Sewage
Raffle with some great prizes!
There will be food available throughout the day by Harry’s Cafe
There’ll be lots of information and swap ideas that you can take away so do “pop in” and show your support for improving the environment for our children and grand-children.
Learn more about “Plastic Free Calverton” on page 8 of this month’s issue.