Saturday’s Italian Gourmet Experience

Saturday night gave us a taste extravaganza at Adderley Village Hall. Four courses of amazing Italian Food served by an amazing young serving team and prepared by guest chef Harry Wilson.

Everyone was greeted with a glass of Prosecco and then Rachel from Nomad Wines in Market Drayton introduced a range of delicious wines to people to buy and have with their meal.

Our Italian guests at the Italian Gourmet evening commented that they were presented with exquisitely presented dishes that tasted wonderful and were fabulous in every way. Well done chef and the team of volunteers who made us feel very well looked after.

While everybody enjoyed antipasti served with homemade Caponata and locally sourced wild garlic pesto Chef Harry prepared a starter of ravioli with either lamb and tarragon or butternut squash. Next we moved on to a choice of wild mushroom risotto or gnocchi in a pizzaiola sauce served with sirloin steak on a bed of celeriac purée . While people washed this down with the excellent Nomad wines the kitchen summoned up a trio of deserts and the meal finished with coffees (or tea for those who preferred it)

thank you so much for organising the Italian evening. We all really enjoyed ourselves and the food was excellent. Such a lovely sociable evening and great atmosphere too.

This was a great evening and we hope we can look forwards to something else in a similar vein in the future. Many thanks to everybody who came and had a great time and also to the volunteers to supported chef in prepping and serving food not to mention washing up until the wee small hours.

Just to say many thanks for such a lovely Italian 🇮🇹 evening last night.  The food was amazing and you all looked after us very well 🥂🍷.  The young ones were a credit to you.

Spring Is Sprung

Spring is sprung the grass is riz

I wonder where the sunshine is?

Well Peter Bruty found some this weekend and he’s sent them to us to add some Springtime cheer. He’s also started off the 2024 Adderley Galleries. If you have some images of Adderley to share then send them to us at webmaster@adderleyparish.co.uk.

Click below to see the latest pictures

Annual Village Meeting – 10th April

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One year on! If you’ve been before you will know that this annual event is where to get an update on the activities of the Parish Council. You can hear about the Heritage Project and the Neighbourhood Plan. There is also a chance to ask questions of your Parish Councillors. Tea and Biscuits provided.

You can download a poster by clicking the link below:

No Coffee Morning On The 30th

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At the last coffee morning we talked about the next one and people felt that as it was Easter there wouldn’t be so many folk around and besides they would be eating their Easter eggs. So, no coffee morning on the 30th so we’ll have to save all of the news until April, when there’s a very special event so save the date and see you there.

Italian Evening: Have You Made Your Menu Choices

It’s a sell out event and we’re really excited to see you at Adderley Village Hall on the 6th April. 

In order to ensure that everybody gets their preferred menu choice we really need you to make your menu choices as early as possible so that we can tell chef what he needs to prepare.

So, if you haven’t done so already please click the link below: complete the tick box form for you and your guests and add your name and contact information to the bottom. Then click Submit and your menu choices will wing their way to us.

Many thanks in advance and here’s to a fab evening of food and great company.

Last Chance For Italian Night Tickets

We’ve been blown away by the demand for tickets for this event. If you were thinking of coming to what’s promising to be an excellent evening then there are only 12 tickets remaining. This event is restricted to 40 tickets.

There will be a choice of starters and mains with a meat and vegetarian options. There’s antipasti and a sweet course. Each table of 6 gets a bottle of wine as part of their ticket price. There will be a sommelier introduction to other wines available on the evening.

So click the link below to purchase your tickets and don’t forget to follow the link to let us know your menu choices before the event.

The Geoff Butter Collection Is Live!

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We’re really pleased! Thanks to the wonderful volunteers we have started uploading records to the Adderley Heritage database and you can now search them online. Simply click the link below to go to the Adderley Heritage website and Search The Geoff Butter Collection.

Searching is easy just enter a keyword such as Canal or Railway or Raven House and it will show you what’s already there. If you’re really keen you can use the advanced search to refine what you’re looking for. You can also check out the timeline and proposals for the heritage trail, coming soon.

So far we have about 500 records up there but there are another 2000 to go so we need more volunteers to train on how to prepare records to be uploaded. Interested? Contact  us at trustees@adderleyheritage.co.uk and we can arrange a short training session and you’re on your way. You will need access to a laptop or desktop computer unfortunately you can’t easily do this on a tablet.

Road Closure 2nd April

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ROAD CLOSURE: Unnamed Road between Norton in Hales and Adderley

START DATE: 2nd April 2024

END DATE: 4th April 2024

PURPOSE: Road Closure – Tree Works

WORKS PROMOTER:  Shropshire Council

WORKS PROMOTER REF: UJ11158792582-01

ENFORCEMENT PATTERN FOR UNNAMED ROAD BETWEEN NORTON IN HALES AND

ADDERLEY:

 8.00 – 17.00hrs

You can view the closure and diversion route by clicking here:

https://one.network/?tm=137893892

Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer

Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on

streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk.

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