Forncett Flyer November 2015
Photos galore (25 actually); your autumn colours, a quiz by the ladies of the W.I., kids at the cathedral, a ‘100 pint’ blood donor, and a steam engine. God bless digital photography! In the olden days I used to have to send a photo to a professional photo-plate maker, and wait a fortnight for it; and then pay for it!
Sadly at least three submissions to this month’s edition ended up in my spam mail box by mistake: the report of the guides and brownies was one (and can be seen here instead).
The two women’s Institute ladies have been so busy that neither of them had anything to write about, but Tharston sent me a lot of photos instead. Also missing is the report on the recent Coppafeel fashion show which raised an incredible £1,000, to be split equally between Coppafeel and the Norfolk And Norwich University Hospital Cancer Care. Thanks are due to Tharston W.I. ladies and others who attended, and Artichoke for staging the show.
The new Art Group is up and running, details can be found on page 4.
The Village Hall’s new ramp for disabled users is proving to be extremely useful, and thanks are due to the chaps who built it.
A new ‘Music and movement’ for very young children is beginning at Forncett St Edmunds church, see page 4.
The (now) traditional carols by candlelight at Forncett St. Mary church will be repeated again this year (page 1) and there is also a new event of Carols under the Christmas tree at the Village Hall (page 2) with storytelling and singing for children and their parents.
What a lot!!!
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