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Poppy Appeal – Thank You

Thank you to the village for all the support and generosity during the Poppy Appeal last year.

A fantastic £1,950.69 was raised. The Sycamore, the school and the Legion were very proactive in seeking donations.

Many thanks must go to Karen Wigley and Liz Edge for co-ordinating the appeal on behalf of the village.

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Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

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Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

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Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

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Christmas Market

The Sycamore Inn, Sunday 4th December, 2pm – 6pm.

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The poppy sellers have now been door-to-door around the village, but if they’ve missed you for any reason please give Karen W. a call and she’ll arrange for someone to pop back to you.

Thank you to everyone for your generous donations so far.

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Andersplants would like to express our appreciation of the management and staff at the venues that hosted our sales this autumn, including The Sycamore Inn, Parwich. Special thanks to all the customers who supported our sales.


We hope to see you all again for our Christmas event on Sun 4th December at The Sycamore, Parwich where we’ll be selling trees, wreaths, door garlands and seasonal pots

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Pop down to see Anders Plants, they’re all set up on the back patio at The Sycamore and will be there til around 4pm today.

They’ve got a great selection of winter flowering cyclamen, violas, pansies etc with pre-planted pots and baskets also available.

There are also a wide array of perennial and evergreen shrubs.

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Wandering Westie – Now Returned!

** Update – now back home safely **

Tess, Jane’s white westie, has gone on her travels. If anyone spots her please call Jane at the pub on 212.

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Jubilee Celebration Saturday

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Jubilee Picnic Boxes

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Christmas Fayre

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Christmas Fayre

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Christmas Fayre

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The poppy sellers have been around the village again this weekend, but if you missed them please contact Karen (details below) and she’ll arrange to call round.

Alternatively, poppies are still available to buy from the shop, the Legion and the school.

Many thanks for all of the generous donations so far, it’s very much appreciated.

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Sycamore Reopening

I saw this on the Sycamore Facebook page. I know not everyone has Facebook so this might be useful information for some regarding the reopening.

⭐️Hi everyone hope your all keeping well as we plan to reopen on Saturday 4th July 🍺🍺🍾things will be a little different for all of us we shall only be serving drinks on Saturday to give us and you the chance to get used to the new procedures in place , one way system around the pub , sanitizer station , regular disinfecting between table uses and any touchable surfaces along with various other measures that will be in place , we feel there’s no need to rush as it’s all new to us all. We will take bookings for our indoor tables but as you will be aware we only have a limited number of tables inside we can now use so please give us a call if you wish to reserve one of these 01335390212
⭐️Our outdoor space we have a large beer garden and those tables will be on a first come first served basis as we will be relying on the weather for those to be usable 🙏for sunshine
⭐️We will also have tables Available in our Marquee these can also be reserved as well the marquee will be lit in the evening. And we are arranging out door heaters for this aswell for the not so warm evenings but is a great covered out door space with plenty of social distancing room
⭐️Food we shall resume our take away food service from Sunday 5th we are only going todo takeaway food for the first few weeks till business becomes more viable but if you wish to eat it on the premises we are move than happy for you to do that it. It will just limit the number off staff we require at first to make things easier to run we will soon announce when our normal food service will resume at the pub
⭐️Hope this all makes sense and we have made things as clear as possible for you and hope you will all come and join us for a cold pint , large G&T etc we look forward to seeing you all again
⭐️For any more info please call us 01335390212 or give us a message
Opening times will be announced shortly, Saturday we will be open from 12pm onwards

 

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As businesses such as pubs and restaurants open their doors to the public from Saturday 4 July, we are offering advice to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Please remember that social distancing rules continue to apply and you may be expected to queue outside venues or at the bar once you are inside and provide your details at each premises you visit to assist with track and trace.
We all have a responsibility to stop the spread of coronavirus so maintain a distance of two metres from those around you.

We anticipate that the city, and towns across the county, will be busy when establishments re-open for the first time so if you need to book a taxi, make sure you do so well in advance.

The advice is that you should avoid using public transport where possible but if you do need to use a train or bus, remember that face coverings must be worn.

Extra officers will be on patrol this weekend to make sure that people can enjoy the county’s pubs, clubs and restaurants safely.

Owners of on-licences premises will need to have the appropriate risk assessments and plans in place to ensure both staff and customer safety. Owners should seek advice from their local environmental health officers and licensing teams for further advice if required.

Inspector Emma Marshall said: “It’s great for the local economy that the pubs and restaurants can re-open, however people visiting need to be aware that their evening out is likely to be very different from previous nights out in the towns and cities.

“People will need to be patient as queues are likely to be longer than expected and respect the rights of other to socially distance while everyone takes the opportunity to enjoy themselves. We will be supporting our colleagues in environmental health to identify breaches and take appropriate action where necessary.”

Councillor Jonathan Smale, Cabinet Member for Communities, Neighbourhoods and Streetpride, said: “Derby has been awarded Purple Flag status as a safe and welcoming place to come and enjoy a night out for the past six years. Coronavirus isn’t going to change that. We’re working really hard with our great venues to ensure that it’s going to be just as safe to come into Derby and enjoy a really good night out whilst following the necessary guidelines to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

“Things are obviously going to be different and so we’re asking people to be respectful, patient and work with us to make sure we can continue to enjoy a safe night out.”

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Sycamore – Takeaway Service

The Sycamore is offering a new takeaway service for delivery or collection. Kirsty says “ Also going to look into getting pizzas but I need a bit of time for that. Food times for order and delivery 10 am til 2.30 then 6 -8.30 pm, people can order in advance for the evening or the next day”

She can be contacted on 01335 390212 or messaged on Facebook.

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For those who are interested in attending next Saturday’s ‘Pie, Peas and Disco’ event in aid of the RNLI, we would like to remind you that in order to finalise numbers we do require that you LET BILL KNOW BEFORE close of play on MONDAY 7th OCTOBER.

The Hall will be open at 7.30 pm, with food at 8.00 pm.

If you ge tto the Hall before 8 pm you will be entered in a free prize draw!

 

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Pie, Peas and Disco!

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Pie, Peas and Disco!

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Pie, Peas and Disco!

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Tractor Run

Thanks to Alex S for these photos of Sunday’s tractor fun.

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Wakes: Wednesday’s Events

What’s on Where – Wakes Wednesday
Day Time Event Location
Wed 3rd 4.30pm to 7pm Fish & Chip Van
tel. 0751 107 6249
The Green
Wed 3rd 6.30pm Strongman Competition
contact Kirsty at the Pub for details, tel. 01335 390212, or see the Sycamore Facebook page
inc. Live Music
Sycamore

Click here to see the Wakes Programme; also look out for event photos and reports here on the Blog.

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What’s on Where – Wakes Tuesday
Day Time Event Location
Tue 2nd 7pm
onwards
Annual Hill Races
Local Ladies Race – 7pm
Junior Hill Race – 7.30pm
Senior Hill Race – 8pm
start & finish
Sycamore

Click here to see the Wakes Programme; also look out for event photos and reports here on the Blog.

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What’s on Where – Wakes Sunday
Day Time Event Location
Sun 30th 11am Campsite Service Parsons Croft
Sun 30th 11.30am Ice Cream Van Parsons Croft
Sun 30th 12noon Fun & Games
with the Campers
Parsons Croft
Sun 30th 12noon
onwards
Tractor Run
gather at the Pub, before a country run with pub refreshment stop returning to the Sycamore for Pies etc
Sycamore
Sun 30th 2pm
onwards
Legion Open Legion
Sun 30th 6pm Treasure Hunt
Start on the Green
and finish at the Legion
start
The Green
Sun 30th 7.30pm Wakes BBQ Legion

Click here to see the Wakes Programme; also look out for event photos and reports here on the Blog.

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