Archive for October, 2010

Thanks To The Tennis Club

Many thanks to those members of the Tennis Club who weeded, strimmed and cut back round the hard court area this afternoon. It was good of you to give up some of your free time to do this. The area is tidy now and in good shape for the next season. We hear it was made all the more enjoyable by the delicious cakes!

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Halloween Weather Stats

Here are last week’s readings:

 

Rainfall

in mm

Pressure

in Mb am

Pressure

in Mb pm

Temperature in ºC

Max

Min

Sun 24th

0.0

1013.4

1017.4

11.4

1.0

Mon 25th

0.0

1024.6

1025.1

10.3

-2.2

Tue 26th

8.1

1019.8

1014.5

12.0

1.4

Wed27th

0.4

1009.4

1013.0

14.9

10.8

Thu 28th

5.8

1009.8

1010.0

12.4

7.8

Fri 29th

0.4

1001.2

992.2

13.3

10.4

Sat 30th

0.0

998.2

999.5

13.0

6.0

Total

14.7

 

Average

12.5

5.1

Our weatherman on the hill predicts:

Sunny periods Monday and Tuesday with the possibility of a shower, with rain coming in for Wednesday and
Thursday.

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What’s on Where this Week

What’s on Where this Week
Date Time Event Location
Sunday 10am Songs of Praise – Andy Larkin Parwich Church
Monday 8pm Tennis Club Meeting Memorial Hall
Tuesday 7.30pm Parish Council Meeting Memorial Hall
Wednesday 6.30pm Pilates Memorial Hall
Thursday 6.00pm Circuit Training Memorial Hall
Friday   Village Bonfire & Fireworks  

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Clocks change tonight

Don’t forget to put your clocks back an hour tonight as we return to GMT from British Summer Time.

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A Garden Shot

Photo by JFS

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For the third year running, here are a selection of images from this year’s Beyond Limits sculpture exhibition, in the grounds of Chatsworth House. The exhibition ends tomorrow (Sunday October 31st).

These images are best viewed in full-size, so please click on each thumbnail to enlarge.


Lynn Chadwick: Ace of Diamonds III

Lynn Chadwick: Three Elektras

Arnaldo Pomodoro: Cubo I
(more…)

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‘Apples with altitude’

A resident of Ecton is undertaking a survey of varieties of apple trees cultivated in our general area, and several Parwich residents have asked us to post her questionnaire here.  If you are interested in participating click here to down load the questionnaire

It should be completed by the 5th of November, and you can give it to Jackie Battell in Parwich for dropping off.

To see the researcher’s covering letter   (more…)

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