December Link - Charwelton Village Hall

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Services for December 2014
The Magazine of The Knightley Parishes
7 December
SATURDAY 13th DECEMBER
in
Badby
NEWNHAM PARISH CHURCH
7.30 pm
TOWCESTER STUDIO BAND
BRASS AT CHRISTMAS
I
II
III
Advent 3
Advent 4
11:00
11:00
18:00
Contemporary Family Service Carol Service
Communion
service
09:30
Holy
Communion
CW
Charwelton
18:00
Evensong
(Chapel)
An evening of Carols and popular Christmas music
Fawsley
Preston Capes
Tickets £7.50
21 December
Advent 2
Newnham
presents
14 December
08:30
Morning
Prayer
18:00
Carol Service
11:00
Holy
Communion
BCP
09:30
Holy
Communion
CW
24/25
December
28 December
IV
V
4 January
I
CHRISTMAS Holy Innocents
23:30
Midnight
Communion
CW
16:00
Christingle
11:00
Christmas
Communion
CW
18:00
Nine
Lessons &
Carols
(Church)
23:30
Midnight
Communion
BCP
(Church)
11:00
Holy
Communion
BCP
16:00
Carols &
Christingle
11:00
Christmas
Communion
BCP
09:30
Christmas
Communion
CW
United
Benefice
Service
Epiphany
11:00
Holy
Communion
CW
10:00
09:30
Holy
Communion
CW
Holy
Communion
18:00
Evensong
(Chapel)
at
Newnham
08:30
Morning
Prayer
available from any church member
Under 11s free
Refreshments and raffle
December 2014
Badby Newnham Charwelton Fawsley Preston Capes
OTHER SERVICES
Tuesday 16 December
Badby
6.30pm
Evening Service of the Word
Saturday 20th. December
Charwelton Chapel
4.00pm
Sunday 21st. December
Newnham
4.00pm
Christingle
Sunday 21st. December
Preston Capes
4.00pm
Christingle & Carol Service
Wednesday 24th. December
Badby
4.00pm
Christingle
CHRISTINGLES
2
Christingle - followed by children's party
SUNDAY READINGS
THE RECTOR'S LETTER
Principal Service CW
Dear friends,
- for other services see Lectionary
Date
7 Dec
14 Dec
Feast
Advent 2
Advent 3
Page
7
14
* Year
OT†
NT
Gospel
B
B
Isaiah 40, 1-11
2 Pet 3, 8-15a
Mark 1, 1-8
Isaiah 61, 1-4 & 1 Thess 5, 16-24
John 1, 6-8 &
8-end
19-28
21 Dec
Advent 4
19
B
2 Sam 7, 1-11 & Rom 16, 25-end
Luke 1, 26-38
16
24/25 Dec CHRISTMAS
30
B
Isaiah 52, 7-10
Heb 1, 1-4
John 1, 1-14
28 Dec
Holy Innocents
B
Jer 31, 15-17
1 Cor 1, 26-29
Matt 2, 13-18
4 Jan
Epiphany
48
B
Isaiah 60, 1-6
Eph 3, 1-12
Matt 2, 1-12
NOTES: 1. *These page numbers refer to “The Word of the Lord”, a copy of which will be available
in your church. All the readings in that book are taken from the New Revised Standard Version of
the Bible.
2. †The Old Testament readings during Trinity will be from Track 2 of Common Worship
3. At non-communion services the second reading should normally be the Gospel.
No Register entries to record this month...
... but as we go to press we are marking the
Sunday next before Advent, commonly known
as "Stir up Sunday". Time to start making (and
stirring up) your Christmas puddings if you have
not done it already.
Though really this relates of course to the
Collect for that day:
Stir up, we beseech thee, O Lord, the
wills of thy faithful people; that they,
plenteously bringing forth the fruit of
good works, may of thee be
plenteously rewarded; through Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen.
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well. We have potentially eternity
and creation to reconcile. As more
specifically Christians we have to
ponder an infinite God who lives a
finite life. A creator God who is
killed in human times.
Wow, cannot believe it's Christmas
again. How many of you are feeling
like that at the moment? Soon it'll be
the New Year; where does the time
go!? In this magazine you'll find
loads of events and services to fill
your time over
the coming
month. Time
flies by.
It is just this miracle of eternal life
becoming human life that Christmas is
all about. It is in
the person of the
fragile baby born
into poverty that
all time is held,
So many
eternal life is
sayings and
offered.
descriptions of
So if you get the
time. Yet
time this Christmas
what is it? We
please reflect on
have
"why did a God
constructed
[Apologies for the American spelling! Ed]
with all the time in
various
the world decide to be born with a
methods of demarking time; seconds,
human body restricted in human
hours, minutes. We mess about with
time?" I hope you will find that the
it a bit putting the clocks forwards
answer is, "because God loves you".
and backwards and adding a day in a
leap year. We all have a sense of
time but we all know the feeling of
time passing at different speeds. We
talk about it as if it was something we
can have a definite quantity of yet we
cannot touch it, box it, or weigh it.
If we are in any way religious or
spiritual we have the infinite
dimension of time to wrestle with as
Blessings
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indelible characters among the uniformly excellent
cast. Swedish dialogue, with English subtitles.
EVENING SERVICE OF THE WORD
Services usually take place at St. Mary’s Badby, at
1830, on the Tuesday following the third Sunday of
the month. This said service is lay led and lasts about
23 minutes. Special interest is provided by a short
talk on ‘the saint of the month’.
If you are interested in finding out more about the
Society and its forthcoming programme, please get in
touch with Karen Brown on 312158.
The last ESOW in 2014 will be on Tuesday,
December 16. Dates for the first quarter of 2015 are
January 20, February 17 and March 17.
JAZZ BAND CONCERT, BADBY VILLAGE HALL,
FEBRUARY 21ST 2015
Bob Caldwell’s Hot Six will return to Badby’s village
hall on Saturday 21st February. If you would like to
come, or were too late for a ticket last time, make
sure by contacting Bob on 01327 704694 or
[email protected]
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
Our AGM held on Friday 14th Nov. was lucky enough
to have a talk by Sam’s Species Reptile Rescue.
The room was pleasantly full and as the evening
progressed there were very few people who didn’t
hold or at least touch one of the array of reptiles that
were brought. We also had two society members put
themselves forward to join the Committee, which is
much appreciated.
Coupled with this event, Christine Warburton &
friends are doing the Royal British Legion’s 20th
London to Paris cycle ride in September. They will be
organising the bar and a raffle. All profits and
proceeds from the raffle, will contribute to this charity.
Our last event for 2014 is the Christmas Crafts
Evening at 7.30pm on Thursday, 4th Dec. in Badby
Village Hall, with demonstrations by Chris Littlewood
of Bliss Lane Nursery, Flore. Subscriptions for the
coming year (Oct. 2014 – Sep. 2015), can be paid at
this event.
join us in the tower and to improve their physical,
mental and social wellbeing by continuing throughout
2015!
PARISH NOTICES
BENEFICE PAGE
BADBY
CHURCH CLEANING IN DECEMBER
Correspondent - Geoff Pullin ([email protected])
Reader
7 Dec
Sidesmen Server
S. Rose
M. Oldrey
14 Dec TBA
21 Dec TBA
24/25 E. Ramsbotham
Dec
A. Roddis
4 Jan E. Richardson
P. Wakeford
S. Brooks
C. Nelson
TBA
TBA
G. Nelson
C. Nelson
C. Richards
F. Williams
w/b 30 Nov. Joan Lee, Pat McAlister, Win Roddis
w/b 7: Ann Cotton, Monique Shortt, Brigit Cree
w/b 14: Gill Nelson, Madeleine Oldrey, Neville Snell.
w/b 21: Jan Cooper, Moira Cooper, Kirsten Dollery
w/b 30: Joan Lee, Pat McAlister, Win Roddis
M. Rogers
NR
NR
P. Wakeford
CHURCH FLOWERS
Any flower arrangers willing to help or donate
greenery to decorate Badby Church on Sat 22nd
December at 9.30am for Christmas? Please contact
Jackie Peel at [email protected] or ring 01327
871352
C. Nelson
ADVENT SERVICES
Dec. 7, 11am, contemporary communion "Explaining
Advent" with the Rev. Sue.
Dec. 14, 11am, all-age service, donations for the
Women’s Refuge.
Thank you to children from Badby School Year 5 who
decorated the church with poppies for Remembrance.
The well researched stories of Badby men who were
killed in WW1 and their families continue to be on
display in the church.
It's our Christmas Dinner on Thursday, December 11.
Santa is even now collecting his outfit from the
cleaners and the elves are polishing up the sleigh
ready for the great night. Don't forget to bring your
own tipple and your Secret Santa present, maximum
cost £4, to add to Santa's sack. Let's party!
BADBY & FAWSLEY WI.
CHRISTMAS
See inside the special Badby front cover for details.
Badby and Fawsley WI meet every second Thursday
of the month in Badby Village Hall at 7.30pm. New
members and visitors are very welcome. If you
would like further information please contact Kate
Earley on 01327 700544.
TEA AND MEET
If you would like to join the Society or would like
further information on the Christmas Crafts Evening,
please contact Zelda Shapter on 872118,
[email protected]
On Friday, December 5, 2 - 3.30pm in the village hall
- we'll try not to overdo the mince pies! Do come
along and try some.
With the first Friday in January being so close to New
Year, Tea and Meet will take place on 9th. Same
place, same time but a week later. Hope that suits
everyone and we can gather to talk about all those
New Year Resolutions we've made but are bound to
break! New year, so we will be trying new recipes!
BADBY AND DISTRICT FILM SOCIETY
In the busy month of December we have just one
film:
UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
Our preachers on December Sundays at 10am are:
7th
Rev Jay Phelps
14th
Carol Service
21st
Mrs Pat Paine
28th
Jane, Jac and Sharon
We wish everyone a Happy Christmas
RING OUT 2014
Friday 12th December FANNY AND ALEXANDER
(1982)
An award-winning late masterpiece by the great
Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, it is ideal
Christmas fare: an opulent family saga, by turns
bawdy, stark and strange. Few films boast as many
"... which carol would you like us to
text you?"
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The bellringers will be gathering at 11.30pm on Old
Year’s Night to ring a farewell to 2014. After a short
break to drink a toast, the bells will be fired (rung
together simultaneously) 12 times at midnight to
greet 2015 and rung for a bit with more firing.
Visitors, ringers or non-ringers, are very welcome to
SCHOOL NEWS
All classes celebrated European languages by doing
a mini-project on a country and cooking popular
dishes. Several children in Year 5 helped to decorate
Badby Church for Remembrance Sunday and
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everyone made poppies for a big display in the hall.
We also had a special assembly in school. On
Children in Need day we wore spotty clothes and
made a donation to the charity.
Children in Key Stage One are busy learning words
and songs for their Christmas play - The Sleepy
Stargazer. The Year 6 handbell ringers are also
working hard to prepare for Christmas services and
concerts.
BRASS AT CHRISTMAS
A reminder that tickets for our evening of Carols and
other popular Christmas music performed by the
Towcester Studio Band are still available from any
church member. Priced at £7.50 per adult (children
under 11 are FREE) the event takes place on
SATURDAY 13th DECEMBER at 7.30pm.
Refreshments and Raffle.
7 Dec
14 Dec
21 Dec
25 Dec
28 Dec
4 Jan
Janet Rees
TBA
TBA
Brian Price
TBA
Janet Rees
Les Pierpoint
Les Pierpoint
Les Pierpoint
Jeff Lawrence
Jim Wood
Stephen Rees
The next Parish Meeting will be held on Monday 1st.
December at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.
This is an important meeting as it is the one at which
the precept for next year is set. That will have an
effect on YOUR council tax, so if you want to have a
say in that please come along to the meeting.
If you would like to volunteer to read one of the
lessons in this service please contact Graham Cory
on 700550.
Hot (well, warm!) sausage rolls, mince pies, hot
mulled wine and soft drinks will be served afterwards.
Everyone will be most welcome.
VILLAGE HALL EVENTS
MEDIEVAL CHRISTMAS EVENING on 5th.
December with Michael Brown who will bring old
fashioned musical instruments and will talk about
past customs etc.. Tickets will be £7 for adults and
£3 for children to include a glass of mulled wine or
soft drink and seasonal refreshments. There will also
be a raffle. Tickets are available from Christine Gibbs
on 260700. Michael's sundry flower talk in May was
much enjoyed.
Correspondent - David Pound
Reader / Sidesman
Correspondent - Ellen Henning
([email protected])
Sidesman
PARISH MEETING
Monday 1st. December
CHARWELTON
NEWNHAM
Reader
your presents the age and sex of the child for whom it
will be suitable, or mark it "Adult" as appropriate.
There will be a collection in aid of the Children's
Society.
7 Dec
21 Dec
24 Dec
4 Jan
Norman Blenkhorn
Fiona Spencer/ Readers TBA
David Pound
Sharon Maplethorpe
Flowers
25 Dec
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY on Saturday 20th
December following the Christingle at 4.00pm. All
primary school age children and below welcome
including grandchildren etc.. Same format as last
year plus an entertainer.
Fiona Spencer
Chapel cleaning
December
January
NEWNHAM PROGRESSIVE SUPPER
Change of date for your diaries - the village
progressive has been changed to 28th. February due
to the planned refurbishment of the Romer Arms.
Early ticket bookings and offers to host a
course/provide a pudding will be gratefully received!
Contact Virginia on 07732 698959.
Fiona Spencer
Norman Blenkhorn
CHRISTMAS SERVICES
Our services for Christmas will start with the
CHRISTINGLE at 4.00pm on Saturday 20th.
December in the Chapel. Christingles will be
distributed to all the children during the service, and
all children and adults will be very welcome. There
will be a collection in aid of the Children's Society.
If your child would like to volunteer to read one of the
short lessons please contact Graham Cory on
700550
The Christingle service will be followed by the annual
Children's Christmas Party in the Village Hall (see
below).
SERVICES
A very special thank you to Heather Wilson for
leading our traditional Act of Remembrance at the
War Memorial on Sunday 9th November. The names
of those who had lost their lives in the Great War
were remembered and wreaths laid. There then
followed a brief service in church.
CAROL SERVICE
The service of Nine Lessons
and Carols will be on Sunday 21st. December at
6.00pm in the Church, and will tell the Christmas
Story in readings and carols. Once again we shall
be joined by staff and families from the Daventry
Women's Aid Refuge. You are invited to bring with
you a wrapped present to place under the Christmas
tree during the service, and these presents will then
be given to the Women's Refuge. Please indicate on
Our Christingle Service this year will be on Sunday
21st December at 4.00pm. Children, parents, family
and friends are all most welcome.
Full details of the many Christmas services in
Newnham and at the other Knightley Parish
Churches are detailed on the cover of this edition of
the Link magazine.
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POPPY COLLECTION
The MIDNIGHT COMMUNION service will be on
Christmas Eve in the church starting at 11.30pm.
The collection on this occasion will be for the
Katharine House Hospice.
Graham White would like to thank all those who, by
buying poppies, contributed to the Poppy Appeal in
the village which raised £170.54
CHRISTMAS WREATHS
ARMISTICE DAY
A final reminder to place your orders for Christmas
wreaths. Closing date for orders is 6th. December.
Please contact David Pound (260006) who can also
supply extra order forms.
And on a similar theme, thank you to all those who
attended the wreath laying ceremony at the War
Memorial on Tuesday 11th. November. There was
an excellent turn out of 25 people (much more than
usual) and the experiment of playing the Last Post,
Reveille and the National Anthem seemed to be well
received.
The Wreaths will be made on Saturday 13th.
December in the Village Hall under the eye of
experienced hands, but we are always pleased to
welcome new members to the team. No experience
is needed, and lunch (home made soup, home made
bread, and cheese) is provided gratis. If you would
like to help on the Saturday (all or part day) please
contact June Pound on 260006. Help would also be
welcomed in gathering holly on Thursday 11th.
December for a couple of hours. Please contact
David Pound (tel. as above) if you are willing to help.
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FAWSLEY
PRESTON CAPES
Correspondent - Debbie Walker
Correspondent - Gerard Hoare
Readers
Flowers
14 Dec
21 Dec
Vivienne Baker
Stephanie Newth
None
25 Dec
Judy Ward
7 Dec
14 Dec
21 Dec
CHRISTMAS FLOWERS
25 Dec
Our merry band of flower arrangers will be dressing
the church for Christmas on Monday 22nd December
from 10:00am onwards. If you'd like to try your hand
at flower arranging and enjoy a mince pie and coffee
while you do it, please come along and join us.
4 Jan
Reader
Sidesman Cleaning
Luke
Bridgeman
Graham
White
TBA
Gerard
Hoare
V Brassey
Heather
Wilson
Gerard
Hoare
Amanda
Clarke
& Anabel
Lewis-Bowen
Steve Cook
Claire Hoare
Gerard
Hoare
Claire Hoare
FLOWER ROTA
FLOWER ROTA
ADVENT – no flowers until the 22nd December see
below.
The Fawsley Flower rota is currently being organised
for 2015. If you would like to join the rota please call
Debbie Walker on 361724.
CHRISTMAS FLOWERS AND FLOWER ROTA 2015
Claire Hoare writes…’please can Christmas flowers
be done on Saturday 20th December for the Carol
Service, and could the existing flower arrangers
please do their usual places, and then any extra
offers can be fitted in?.....
I shall be shortly doing the flower Rota for 2015; are
there any willing flower arrangers out there who
would like to join the team for next year? All it
requires, is a designated three Sunday stint, and an
arrangement for Festivals; Christmas, Easter and
Harvest. New helpers are always welcome. Tel.
Claire Hoare 361263.’
BOXING DAY SERVICE
Another gentle reminder that there will be no
Candlelight Carol service around the crib on Boxing
Day at Fawsley this year.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
There are still a few Fawsley Christmas cards left. If
you would like to purchase a pack of these beautiful
cards, please call Robin Baker on 361585.
CHANGE TO SERVICE PATTERN
CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE
Service pattern will change for December. There will
be Holy Communion services on the 2nd and 3rd
Sundays (the 14th and 21st December) with our
Christmas Day Holy Communion at 11.00am. In the
New year we will go back to our usual Service pattern
of the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.
The service time rotates every year, to be fair to all
our sister churches in the Benefice.
This year our service here will be a Christmas
morning Holy Communion at 0930 am. Everyone,
including children of all ages, will be very welcome.
Come and join us for the best Christmas hymns.
CHRISTMAS WREATHS
The workshop will take place on Saturday the 6th
December from 0930am in the Village Hall. We have
a strong team of volunteers again and always want to
involve some new hands. If you would like to learn
from skilled wreath makers like Iris King and Graham
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White, this is the perfect opportunity. Our sales make
an important contribution to church funds. All
enquiries about purchases, please, to Claire Hoare
on 361263 or [email protected] Visit the
village website www.prestoncapes.org.uk for more
details. Orders close imminently.
charities. Contact Ruth above or Debs Jones, Bank
House, 361035.
DIARY
CAROLS IN THE SQUARE
This diary records the proposed dates of any
benefice, parish or village events. We hope that this
will help those planning such events to know what
else is going on and therefore be able to avoid any
unhelpful clashes of dates.
If you know, or become aware, of events which ought
to be recorded please let David Pound, or your
village Link correspondent, know.
This will take place on Thursday 18th December at
1900 in the Square. Reserve this date and time now
for the usual jolly occasion with singing. Please
watch notice boards for further details and help with
food and drink.
CAROLS, LESSONS AND CHRISTINGLE SERVICE
Sunday 21st December at 1600
Events known about so far are:
PLEASE NOTE THIS COMBINED FORMAT is being
repeated! The Carol Service will incorporate the
Christingle one, candlelight processions will be held,
followed by mince pies and warm drinks.
Notice for children; Following last year’s gifts, there
will again be a small present for all resident children
under 16 years to collect at this service, so do
come and bring your parents.
We hope that family groups will attend and all ages
will be most welcome. The Christingles will be made
on Saturday 20th at Preston Fields Farm, the home
of Heather Wilson. Children are needed (and very
welcome!) to help; please contact Heather 361667 in
the first instance.
December
1 Charwelton Parish Meeting
3 Newnham Coffee and Cake
4 Hort. Soc. Christmas decorations
5 Charwelton Medieval Christmas talk
6 Preston Capes wreath making
7 Preston Capes JuditSingers
7 Preston Capes Sunday bar
13 Charwelton wreath making
13 Newnham Brass Band Concert
14 Preston Capes children's party
20 Charwelton Children's Christmas Party
24 Preston Capes Christmas Eve bar
2015
SINGING FOR CHRISTMAS
Saturday 7th Dec. at 1830
January
1 Preston Capes New Year's Day bar
4 Preston Capes Sunday bar
8 Charwelton PCC
13 Newnham PCC
This is event is being repeated this year. The PCC
are delighted to welcome again The JuditSingers who
are to give a short concert in church titled ‘Singing for
Christmas’, followed by Carol singing for all. Then a
short walk to the Village Hall for seasonal
refreshments.
The PCC urges everyone to give strong support to
the concert. Tickets are only £7 for adults, children
free, and surplus funds will be donated to Médecins
sans Frontières and Church funds.
Please apply for tickets (this also tells us how many
are coming for catering purposes!) to Ruth Quilter
The Conifers, High Street, or 361386 or
[email protected] or buy at the door.
Donations of food, mulled wine etc.. will be most
welcome to increase our profit / support for the two
February
15 Newnham Snowdrop Sunda y
21 Badby Jazz
28 Newnham School Progressive Supper
March
5 Charwelton APCM & PCC
10 Newnham PCC
17 Newnham APCM
April
11 District bell ringers Newnham 3pm
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May
7 Charwelton PCC
12 Newnham PCC
June
7 Preston Capes Open Gardens (+ lunches & teas)
13 Newnham School Fete.
July
2 Charwelton PCC
7 Newnham PCC
September
3 Charwelton PCC
8 Newnham PCC
October
10 District bell ringers Badby 3pm
November
5 Charwelton PCC
10 Newnham PCC
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CITIZENS ADVICE DAVENTRY & DISTRICT
Free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a
wide range of subjects including: DEBT, BENEFITS, EMPLOYMENT,
HOUSING, FAMILY ISSUES, DISABILITY, CONSUMER, etc.
Whoever you are; whatever the problem………..
10am-3pm, Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri. No appointment needed.
The Abbey, Market Square, Daventry, NN11 4XG
Adviceline: 03444 88 9629
Benefits & Disability advice: 01327 701646 (mornings)
Email advice via website: www.daventrycab.org.uk
A full range of information is also available at: www.adviceguide.org.uk
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CHURCH OFFICERS & INFORMATION
JOHN WHITE
www.theknightleyparishes.btck.co.uk
[Telephone codes 01327 unless stated otherwise]
Rector: Rev. Sue Faulkner, Benefice Office: Old Forge at Green Cottage, Newnham, NN11 3HB ; 858018;
Mob. 07786 265 422 [email protected]
(Home - The Vicarage, High Street, Silverstone NN12 8US); Her day
off is MONDAY - please try to respect this
Benefice Secretary: Sharon Foster, Benefice Office (above) Tues 12-3 & Fri. 9-12 [email protected] 07526
248501
Benefice Treasurer: Bill Dearns, Appletree Cottage, Little Preston. NN11 3TF 361277 [email protected]
Lay Band:
Gerard Hoare, Bernard Rapson, Maureen Sinclair, Graham White, Heather Wilson
Lay Pastoral Minister: Graham White
Benefice Children's Officer Susan Rose (879053)
Parish Visiting: Requests for visiting should be made to the co-ordinators who will pass them on.
Link Editor: David Pound, Forge End, Church Street, Charwelton. NN11 3YT 260006 Fax: 07092 104279
[email protected] Copy deadlines - Editorial, 20th of the month; Advertising 18th. of the month please .
Advertising: Sharon Foster, Benefice Secretary as above.
BADBY
Incorporating R.T. Bodily
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
188/190 Watling Street East
Towcester
NN12 6DB
Tel: (01327) 359266
or 01327 361619
Personal 24hr service from a privately owned
family business
Private Chapels of Rest at Towcester
and Everdon
Pre-payment plan available
This space is available for
advertising at £6 per month.
Please contact Sharon Foster at
[email protected]
or 07526 248501
NEWNHAM
Churchwardens:
Susan Rose, The Mill, Preston Road, Newnham, NN11
3EZ 879053 [email protected]
Eleanor Ramsbotham, 4 , Park Close, Badby, NN11 3AH
876531 [email protected]
Churchwardens:
Jeff Lawrence, The Conifers, West Brook, Newnham.
NN11 3HL 705085 [email protected]
Mary Wood, Hillside, School Hill, Newnham. NN11 3HG
872670 [email protected]
Secretary:
Sarah Hartland-Swann, Shakespeares Cottage , Church
Hill, Badby, NN11 3AR 872193
[email protected]
Secretary:
Janet Rees, 33, Bradbury Road, Newnham.
NN11 3HD 705394
Treasurer:
Frances Williams, 25 Westhorpe Lane, Byfield, Daventry
NN11 6XB 437066 (home). 886560 (work)
[email protected]
GARDEN SERVICES
Garden Clearance
Fencing
Tree Work
Patios
Turfing
Acting Treasurer:
Andrew Banks, The Nuttery, Manor Lane, Newnham.
NN11 3EU 311402 [email protected]
For a FREE no obligation
estimate call:
Visiting co-ordinator: Vacant
Visiting co-ordinator: Win Roddis (871973)
CHARWELTON
James Maplethorpe
01327 263857
or
07817 762188
FAWSLEY
Churchwarden:
Graham White, 8, Council Houses, Charwelton.
NN11 3YT 264393 [email protected]
Churchwardens:
Vivienne Baker, Lakes Rise, Fawsley NN11 3BA. 361585
[email protected]
Vacant
Secretary:
Graham Cory, 3, Lindrick Close, Daventry NN11 4SN
700550 [email protected]
Secretary:
Judy Ward, 4, Manor Walk, Nether Heyford. NN7 3LJ
340619 [email protected]
Treasurer:
Norman Blenkhorn, 3 Manor Close, Charwelton. NN11
3YU 260650 [email protected]
Treasurer:
Robin Baker, Lakes Rise, Fawsley NN11 3BA. 361585
[email protected]
Visiting co-ordinator: Graham White (264393)
Visiting co-ordinator: Vacant
Re:Cover Upholstery
By Will Maddison, Little Preston.
Antique & modern furniture refurbished to a
high standard. Also headboards,
ottomans and footstools made to order.
PRESTON CAPES
Churchwardens:
Gerard Hoare, Old West Farm, Little Preston. NN11 3TF 361263 [email protected]
V Brassey, Preston House, Canons Ashby Road, Preston Capes NN11 3TB 360 941 [email protected]
Secretary :
Anabel Lewis-Bowen, Evenlode, Preston Capes. NN11
3TE 361298
Treasurer:
Elizabeth Dearns, Appletree Cottage, Little Preston.
NN11 3TF 361277 [email protected]
Free collection service
07760 559604/01327 361545
[email protected]
Don’t replace, Re:Cover!
Commercial work also undertaken.
Visiting co-ordinator: Gerard Hoare (361263)
The Link is printed by Image
15 IT, Baird Close, Daventry
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