PUBLISHED: 15:34 05 June 2009 | UPDATED: 09:59 06 July 2010
St Mary's Church - Services for Sunday, June 7, 9.30am Methodist service, 11am Anglican service. The big Teddy has taken up his place on the church tower in preparation for the flower festival with teddy bears jumping, which is to be held on June 13 and 14.
St Mary's Church - Services for Sunday, June 7, 9.30am Methodist service, 11am Anglican service. The big Teddy has taken up his place on the church tower in preparation for the flower festival with teddy bears jumping, which is to be held on June 13 and 14. The flower festival has the theme of musicals and promises to be both colourful and interesting.
Flixton service - A songs of praise service conducted by Rev Canon John Simpson, held on the site of the ruins of St Andrew Church at Flixton on a beautiful afternoon was well attended. Thanks goes to Mr D Jermy for preparing the site.
Women's Institute - The monthly meeting held in the village hall opened with president Barbara Shaw greeting members and friends. Reports were given on the ghost walk in Great Yarmouth which was a success, and the members visit to take part in the Dales WI quiz. The darts team were congratulated and presented with certificates on being the runners-up in the Federation Darts competition. The team were, Margaret Boyce, Grace Edwards, Joan Edwards and Nancy Gillings, and as usual the double one proved very difficult for both teams with Earl Soham eventually being awarded the trophy.
There was no speaker as May is traditionally the month to debate the WI resolution to be debated at the annual meeting. There was only one resolution this year asking the government to provide additional funding into the problems of bee keeping and the general decline in the bee population. After discussion this was carried unanimously and the vote will be taken to the annual meeting by this year's delegate from Lowestoft Evening WI. The evening concluded with a wine and cheese supper. Members were reminded of the ready steady cook evening on June 16, at 7.30pm.
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