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History Society AGM

Parwich & District Local History Society AGM

Tuesday 6 November 7.30 pm

Parwich Memorial Hall

All are welcome

As well as the usual business, there will be a discussion about exciting proposed projects for the village.

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Turf Available

Top grade turf for Talbot turf
28 sqm
But needs to be picked up ASAP
Its left over from laying our lawn so we have no use for it now.
Just thought it may be useful to someone in the village.
Sue G  390037
This has now gone

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Training for All

Just a quick reminder about the training session at the Memorial Hall. It is open to everybody and we hope that lots of people will pop along for the session. It should last about an hour and a half, finishing with free refreshments.

So whether you feel that your life saving skills are rusty or if you think that you would have no idea what to do in the case of a heart attack please come and hear John Whittaker from East Midlands Ambulance Service guide us all through what you should do.
We have decided to hold a raffle in aid of the Air Ambulance during the evening. Parwich First Responders look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 7.30. Sue H

Static Defibrillator Training

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Neighbourhood Watch

Hugh Tyler, Acting Chair of Ashbourne Neighbourhood Watch Support is keen to have a contact in surrounding villages. If you are the Neighbourhood Watch contact for PArwich, or are interested in being involved, you can contact Hugh on 01335 361015 or

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20’20’20 CLASS!!

As the name suggests this hour long class is split three 20 minute blocks each focusing on a different discipline. The first block is 20 minutes of cardio, followed by 20 minutes of strength training and finally 20 minutes of core toning. It’s a great all-round class to give you a full body workout, getting your heart pumping, challenging your core muscles and improving your flexibility and recovery of your muscles!!
This Thursdays venue is Parwich 7-8pm, £5 per class! Come and give it a go!! 💪
Jay Hallsworth

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Morris Dancing comes to Parwich

THE VERY BEST MORRIS DANCING YOU ARE LIKEY TO SEE – coming to The Sycamore on Saturday (8th September) 1.30pm.

Rob Francis – formally of Parwich Guizers and Mummers and Winster Morris Dancer writes:

Winster Morris Dancers are having a special day on Saturday to celebrate the life of one of its oldest dancer who died a couple of years ago. They are doing this by bring three of the VERY BEST traditional Morris dance sides to Derbyshire and they are dancing at The Sycamore. The sides are Abingdon, Bamption and Eynsham and they each dance Morris which is particular to their villages in the Cotswolds – some the of dances going back to the 16th century. It is not likely that you will see three sides of such quality + Winster Traditional Morris together again. (There are some who have likened it to the Stones, the Beatles and the Cream performing at the same gig – though perhaps that a little bit of an exaggeration.) If you have the chance come along and see for yourselves. It would be good to see you there.

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Free wooden high chair

Free wooden high chair to anyone who could use it. Could use a light sand otherwise in good condition. Collection from back of West View or email

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