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PUBLISHED: 10:41 26 June 2009 | UPDATED: 10:26 06 July 2010

School plans - The school has issued a reminder that the display of plans for the expansion of the school on Monday, June 29, will be open to all members of the local community, with parents, residents and potential building users particularly concerned.

School plans - The school has issued a reminder that the display of plans for the expansion of the school on Monday, June 29, will be open to all members of the local community, with parents, residents and potential building users particularly concerned. The plans can be inspected between 3 to 7.30pm and members of the project team will be in attendance to receive comments and suggestions and to answer any questions.

Strawberry fair - A strawberry fair will be held in the garden of Corton Vicarage on Sunday. Strawberry cream teams will be served from 2.45pm onwards. and other attractions include a raffle and garden games. The fair will be followed by songs of praise.

Coffee morning - A coffee morning will be held at Corton Methodist Church on Wednesday, July 1, from 10am. There will also be a raffle and stalls for cakes, gifts, books, toys and jigsaws. Everyone is welcome.

Table top sale - A table top sale will be held at Corton School on Saturday, June from 10am to 12 noon. The sale has been organised by the Friends of the School in aid of school funds.

Church services - On Sunday, there will be a service of sung eucharist at St Bartholomew's Church at 9.30am, led by Canon Wisken. There will also be a service of evening prayer at 6pm. The morning service at Corton Methodist Church at 11am will be led by Rev V Burgess.


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