The children of Parwich School’s Eco Committee are holding a Coffee Afternoon in the Memorial Hall tomorrow between 2.30 and 4.30pm, do come along to support it.
|What’s on Where this Week|
|Sun 19th||10am||Family service + baptism||Parwich Church|
|Sun 19th||11.15am||Holy Communion||Alsop Church|
|Bus to Bakewell
arrives Bakewell 10.40, leaves 13.35
/ Alsop Church
|Mon 20th||6.15pm||Pilates for intermediates||Memorial Hall|
|Tue 21st||2.30pm||Fairtrade Coffee Afternoon||Memorial Hall|
|Wed 22nd||…||Green bin, Blue bin and food caddy collection||Parwich|
|Pilates for Beginners
(two sessions, both mixed)
|Thu 23rd||9am to 11.30am||Toddler Group||Memorial Hall|
|Thu 23rd||11am to 1pm||Evie’s Artistic Session
More info: 390488
|Thu 23rd||1.15 pm for 1.45pm||Matlock Thursday Friendly Bowls League: home vs Matlock Bath||Bowling Green|
|Thu 23rd||6pm||Circuit Training||Memorial Hall|
|Fri 24th||…||School breaks up today – half term||Parwich School|
|Sat 25th||2pm||Tennis Club: Open Afternoon||Tennis Courts|
|Sat 25th to Mon 27th||…||Derbyshire Open Arts Weekend:
Gillian Radcliffe & Ruby Hickmott open studios
|Sun 26th||9.30am||Holy Communion||Parwich Church|
|Sun 26th||11.15am||Holy Communion||Alsop Church|
|Sun 26th||2.30pm||Methodist Service||Parwich Church|
Here is the current list of properties for sale or rent in our area, correct as at May 17th 2013.
- Smithy Lane, 6 bed detached, £775,000.
- Fernlea House, Main Street, 4 bed detached, £700,000.
- Pikehall Lane, 3 bed bungalow, £450,000.
- Creamery Lane, 4 bed detached, £450,000.
- NEW: Parwich, 3 bed detached, £369,950.
- Church Walk, 2 bed barn conversion, £350,000.
- The Square, 4 bed semi, £325,000.
- Mount Pleasant, 3 bed cottage, £250,000
- Mouldridge Grange, 6 bed detached, £1500 PCM
Could be tempting providence, but so far this year we have been playing really well. The weather however, has not been kind to us on quite a few match days. Tuesdays match was no exception.
Matlock Tuesday League.
Away – 14 May – Ashwood Park Buxton.
There were brass monkeys running round in packs on Tuesday night. It was freezing and throwing it down with rain. We start seasons quite well, but Ashwood have got off to an even better start. At the beginning of the match they were third in the division and we were about half way. We managed to share the four games, two each, with Edith and Rick playing their usual solid game and Dawn and Dot following suit. Our other two pairs unfortunately did not manage to win, although they kept trying. The final outcome was another win for us 67 to 62. This will hopefully keep us about half way in the division.
Next match – Home – Chatsworth B – 21 May 6.30pm.
Matlock Thursday Friendly League.
Away – Chatsworth B – 16 May.
Don’t let anybody else know, but before today’s match we were third in the league. The weather was a little kinder to us this afternoon. Having played our socks off in the doubles games last week, this week was unfortunately the complete opposite. Our pairs did not play badly, the opposition could do no wrong. We would have two or three bowls counting and the final ‘wood’ would come in form Chatsworth and take the shot. Before we knew anything we had lost the doubles 63 to 22. Not a true reflection of the games at all.
We do play quite well in the singles games and this week we excelled all our usual expectations. I have to say that you had to feel sorry for the opposition. Dawn won 15 to 0. Val won 15 to 1, Harry 15 to 5. The fight back was on! Although we only won one further game our point tally was 87 to us and 43 to Chatsworth. What a change around. The final score was therefore a win for us 109 to 106. We can’t keep this up can we?
Next match – Home – Matlock Bath – 23 May – 1.45pm.
No weekend matches this weekend, but if you fancy a go anytime give a member of the Club a call and we will meet up and ‘send a few down’.