Road repairs outside Adderley School were finally completed on Tuesday morning. After a couple of hours of confused traffic re-routing Cllr Keith Mycock went out to record the moment.
Everybody is pleased. Cllr Mycock has pointed out that another metre of repairs would have captured that final pot hole: but hey ho that’s for another day. 😉
You know Christmas is on its way when the first Advent candle is lit.
This Sunday we will be holding a Christingle service at Adderley church. The service starts at 6pm and all families are welcome to join us. We would like to invite some children to do a bible reading at the service and also sing some special songs. If you feel you are able to attend, could you please comment on this post so we can give out the parts. Hope to see you there! Also a massive thank you to ‘The Friends of Adderley School’ for helping prepare the christingles!
St Peter’s School has just published its latest newsletter. You can access/download a copy here Newsletter 9 or you can visit the school website using the link from our Adderley School Contacts page.
Don’t forget the upcoming Christmas Performance. Visit the Events page and look at the December Calendar for details.
It’s the Macmillan “World’s Biggest Coffee Morning” this Friday. All the more reason to come to our regular coffee morning at the Village Hall 10:00 until 12:00.
While you’re at it there is also an Adderley School Coffee Morning from 9:00 until 10:00 so why not stay a while and chat before heading off down to the Village Hall where you can have coffee and cake for £1.50 and there will be a raffle and a chance to donate to the Macmillan nurses.
Click the link below to see a copy of the latest school newsletter.
Adderley School Newsletter
It’s that time of year again! The Adderley School Summer Fair Sunday July 2nd at 2pm. Lots to see and do including the Fun Family Dog Show, Junior Bake Off, Bouncy Castle and more.
Jenny Nixon will be dropping some bags around the village tomorrow. They are bags for school which help to raise money for the school fund. She will drive around on Thursday afternoon (around 3) and pick up any which are left outside people’s houses (will leave instructions with the bags). Alternatively people can take them directly to the school. Black bin bags are fine too.
Please support this initiative for the school if you can.