Archive for November, 2016

December Film Night


Trailer To watch Dad’s Army trailer click here

December Parwich Film Show


Dad’s Army is a 2016 British war comedy film, based on the BBC television sitcom Dad’s Army. Directed by Oliver Parker, set in 1944, after the events depicted in the television series. The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion. Filmed on location in Yorkshire (Flamborough Head, Beverley, Bridlington).

Certificate PG

Starring Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Gambon, Tom Courtenay, Bill Nighy, Toby Jones

5 star review in the Independent “ Mainwaring’s men are back. And better than ever. It takes courage for me to say it, but this celebration surpasses the original”

FRIDAY 9th December 7.45PM

Free Entrance. Refreshments. Raffle

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Blazing Sunset

Thank you David G for sending in this stunning photo. Looks like the ash tree is on fire!


…and another lovely sunset photo, this time captured by Martin C.


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Christmas Make & Take

Come along kids and join in the festive fun at St Peters Church on Sunday 4th December, 3 – 5 pm.


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Window on Our World


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Woodchip for Sale

Filled bulk bags of excellent quality wood chip.

Ideal for gardeners.

£25 per bulk bag (see below).

Ring Petal or Gill (390309 / 07813 790618) for delivery to your door.


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New Year Resolution for All Dog Owners – pick up your poo!
For the third time in the past week I have picked up and binned other dogs’ faeces on the large cricket pitch when depositing my own dogs’ waste.  I do this on behalf of all other good dog owners who would hate to see another place that dogs are banned from entering just because some people can’t be bothered. Maybe a bin can be placed on the field to make it more enticing to do the right thing?
Dogs are meant to be man’s best friend, but they are regulated more than any other pet in the country! We’ve already been told we can’t use the smaller playing field because it’s for children only, (despite seeing around seven kids play on there in two years.) I’d love it if dogs had a designated play area so we can all be responsible for looking after said area. Instead, I fear, I’ll see a notice on this blog to say dogs are no longer allowed on the cricket pitch either simply because of a handful of people. We are not perfect dog owners ourselves, our dogs are not perfect, but one thing we do do is make sure we pick up their do do’s!
So please, learn to steel your stomachs for this unpleasant task and think of the greater good.
Caroline G

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Glorious Morning


Caroline G’s favourite kind of morning

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