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March 2015
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CONTRIBUTIONS
From The Editor
T
he honeymoon period for
the new magazine seems to
be over.
Contributions have fallen
drastically - as you can no
doubt see by the slimness of
this month’s issue.
I am very grateful to the handful of regular
contributors who have worked so hard to try and
make the new magazine format a success. It is the
efforts of these four or five individuals that make
up 90% of the content of the magazine. Whilst
their hard work is gratefully appreciated, we must
remember that they have lives of their own to live
and it is unfair of us to expect them to be the sole
providers of content every month.
So, please help us out. Anything you can
contribute towards the magazine will be gratefully
accepted. It doesn’t have to be perfectly written
or spelt correctly. It doesn’t need to be typed or
emailed.
To make it easier for residents who aren’t
comfortable with technology we have set up a
box in the village shop, where you can just drop
off your contribution. See the article on page 18
for further details.
The centre pages contain a village questionnaire,
asking you what you would like to see made
available in the village in terms of entertainment
and activities. Please take a little time to fill this in
and drop it off in the box at the shop.
Brian Johnson, Glanton
You can now drop off your
items in the new
Contributions Box
in the village shop.
We accept typed or
hand-written items. No
need to worry about
spelling or grammar - we
will edit your item so it
looks great!
DEADLINES
The deadlines for the
April issue are:
March 22nd
For Contributions
March 25th
For Advertising
Please email
content to the editor at:
@glanton-news.uk
(Content received after the
deadline will appear in the
following issue.)
©MagWrite Publishing 2015
March Book Sale
In support of Bolton, Edlingham & Whittingham Churches
Whittingham Memorial Hall
Saturday March 14th 10:30am until 12:00pm
FREE ENTRY u Tea, Coffee & Biscuits (only 50p) u RAFFLE
The raffle includes a new copy of Pippa
Greenwood’s ‘Gardening Year’.
Donations of unwanted books always
welcome.
Contact Beryl for further details:
01665 574385
Submission Guidelines
We rely on you as a reader to send us information to help fill the pages of
this magazine. Without your contributions, this magazine would just be a
flimsy leaflet.
To create the best quality articles and event information pages, we really
need you to follow these simple guidelines when sending us material for
the magazine:
• Please send any text as either a Word document or a text file
• Please send us high quality images of at least 300dpi resolution
• (Please don’t send images taken from the Internet, as they are very low resolution and
will not print well.)
• Please only send text and images which you have created or own the copyright to.
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NEW If you are not able to supply your contribution by email, simply
drop it into the contributions box in the village shop.
Thanks for helping to make your village magazine something special!
Glanton
Memorial
Hall
Events & Activities
in March
Annual General Meeting
We picked an atrocious night for our AGM on 19th January. This was
reflected in the public attendance, with just one brave soul turning up! For
those unable to make the trek through the snow, a copy of the Memorial
Hall Annual Report is available on the village website with paper copies
available on request, together with the 2013/14 Annual Accounts. The
following trustees were appointed for the 2014/15 financial year:
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Joe Easton
(Chair)
Lynne Livsey (Vice Chair)
Mark Harrison (Treasurer)
Lesley Frater
Cath Coultas
Vacancies
We current have vacancies for additional trustees and we urgently
need a volunteer Hall Secretary to take hall bookings, deal with routine
correspondence and take the minutes at hall committee meetings. The
time required is approximately 2 hours per month.
If you can help, please contact Lynne Livsey (01665) 578 459.
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Please Support Your Hall
The key message from the Hall Committee this year is that
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
if the hall is to remain a viable community asset. Running costs are
increasing, we need to spend a considerable sum on modernisation and
refurbishment if the hall is to become ‘fit for the future’. Without your
ideas for activities and your support for community events, we cannot
balance the books and the hall will face an uncertain future. Here are
some ways in which you can help..
Sunday 8th March Hall Spring Clean – 10.00 – 12.00
It’s time to banish the cobwebs, spruce up the
garden and give the hall a good spring clean in time
for the NTC visit on 10th March. All you have to do
is turn up with rubber gloves and a duster and we’ll
provide fresh coffee and home-made cake! There is
a job for everyone so please come along and help if
you can – the more the merrier.
Tuesday 10th March 7.30pm – NTC
Production ‘4-Thoughts’
The Northumberland Touring Company
will bring their latest production to Glanton.
Tickets are £7 each from the shop, pub or
Lynne Livsey (01665 578 459) and you get
four plays for the price of one! A real bargain.
Continued...
Saturday 11th April 10.00 – 12.00
Spring Coffee Morning
and Easter Bunny Hunt
10 Easter Bunnies will be hiding in
the village from 3rd – 11th April. See
if you can spot them and write down
where you saw them. Bring your
completed Bunny Hunt sheet (on the
other side of this page)along to coffee
morning on 11th April to receive a
free Easter egg. We’ll have activities
for younger residents, home-made
cakes, a tombola, raffle and craft stall.
If you are interested in having a stall
at the coffee morning please contact
Lynne Livsey 01665 578 459. All
proceeds in aid of the Hall.
Regular Activities
Monday Morning Exercise Classes with Grace, suitable for all abilities.
Wednesday Yoga – Tracey is off for a little while but Yoga classes will
resume in March. Please look out for posters.
Sewing Bees – will meet in the Hall on 6th March and 20th March 7pm –
9pm. All welcome.
For Hall Bookings please contact:
Lynne Livsey (01665) 578 459
email: [email protected]
Easter Bunny Hunt
We have hidden Easter Bunnies around the village.
Search for them during the school holidays.
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to find. Write down their
names on this sheet.
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Take your completed form to the Memorial Hall Coffee Morning
between 10:00am and 12:00pm on Saturday the 11th of April
to receive your
FREE EASTER EGG
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5 of the newly appointed Care Workers
Bell View ‘Help at Home’
‘Help at Home’ provides high quality, reliable, consistent care and support to
people in their own homes. We are a home care provider registered by the
Care Quality commission and our care services are tailored to suit individual
needs. Support provided can include personal care, washing, dressing, meal
preparation, assistance with medication. We also offer shopping support and
help with domestic tasks such as cleaning, laundry and ironing. If you are in a
caring role, we can offer a respite service for carers so that you can have time to
yourself. We operate in and around the Glanton, Whittingham, Hedgley areas.
For further information please contact: David Robertson on 01668 219538.
Also - If you would be interested in working for us as a support
worker, we would love to hear from you.
Bell View events at the Memorial Hall, Glanton:
Wednesday 11th March , Coffee Break: 10am – 12noon. Tea, coffee, Cakes and Scones
Wednesday 25th March, Lunch Club: 12noon – 2pm. Soup, Sandwiches, Tea, Coffee and Biscuits
Church of England Services
The Parish of Whittingham and
Edlingham with Bolton Chapel
St. Bartholomew’s, Whittingham
SERVICES:
Sunday 1st March 10.00am
Holy Communion
Sunday 15th March10.00am
Holy Communion
Sunday 29th March10.00am
(Palm Sunday)
Holy Communion
St. John the Baptist, Edlingham
SERVICES:
Sunday 22nd March 10.00am
Holy Communion
Bolton Chapel, Edlingham
SERVICES:
Sunday 8th March 10.00am
Holy Communion
All Are Welcome
Gardeners’ Calendar
March
Today I’ve seen my first crocus in full flower
and willow starting to bloom too. It won’t be
long before the tulips and daffodils join them.
Early flowering plants, particularly those
with lots of pollen like willows are vital for
our native pollinators such of bumblebees.
Listen out for whole trees buzzing with bees
feeding. The earliest of these will be coming
out of hibernation this month, in desperate need of
food for themselves and for their fledgling families.
Keep an eye out for large bees nosing round the
back of your shed, in that untidy corner of the
garden or even in the blue tit boxes. These are
queen bumblebees, the only ones to stay alive
overwinter, searching for this year’s nest whole.
Don’t worry though- bumblebees are rarely
aggressive and are much needed pollinators for
some of our favourite plants, including crops
like tomatoes.
As the weather starts to improve, it’s time
to start thinking about getting seeds sown
indoors for summer flowers and vegetables. If
you haven’t already done so, take time to prepare
the areas they’ll be planted- make sure the beds are
free of weeds and think about mulching with manure
or compost. You might want to cover your vegetable or
flower bed with a coat of plastic to warm the soil. This
will give your plants a kick start when they are ready
for planting out.
And if the weather doesn’t improve, you can
always stay in the potting shed and clean, sharpen
and service your tools ready for the summer!
Sarah Lewington
The Glanton Parish Council Update.
D
id you know Glanton Parish
Council is unique amongst
other neighbouring councils?
Why; well it’s because we have a
full complement of councillors for
a start.
Many villages and parishes are
dwindling or losing their councils
for one reason or another (there are
several), so to live within a parish
where there is a full and engaging
Parish Council is quite unique and
really important. The most recent
member to be appointed to the
council is our own editor of the
Glanton Magazine, Brian Johnson.
Brian answered our call to fill an
existing vacancy we have had for a
number of months and his arrival
means the parish council is now at
its full complement of 10.
Remember, a Parish Council
represents the bottom tier of
local government and is there to
represent you, regarding issues that
affect you. Funding for the parish
council comes via your council
tax which goes to support its
administration and small projects
within the parish. All councillors
give their time freely and do not
receive any financial reward.
Our aim is to give you maximum
representation at very little cost.
If you would like to know more
about the responsibilities of a
Parish Council then please contact
our clerk Mr Stephen Rickett at
[email protected]
We are currently deep in
consultation regarding the County
Councils Core Strategy. Jon Radgick
is our lead councillor on the subject
which involves canvassing opinion
and responding on our behalf during
the consultation phase. Its really
important that Glanton develops
sustainably, whereby there is housing
stock available to meet our wider
needs and circumstances. Key, is the
need for development to maintain
vitality and support or enhance local
service provision. If you would like to
know more about the Core Strategy
and our response to it then contact
Jon for a chat or come along to the
next Parish Council meeting.
Susan Rogers, working alongside
the local heritage group is looking
at a project to refurbish some of
our traditional road signage. Dotted
around the parish are some old black
and white finger posts constructed of
cast iron. Susan presented a report at
the last meeting, suggesting that we
should consider restoring some of
these signs using modern materials
made to look like the original (retro).
The project was welcomed by the
council and the green light given
to Susan to look in greater detail at
things such as costs and liability etc.
Along with our red telephone box
the signs will complement the streetscape and character, much of which
has been lost in the to modernity and
progress.
Another reminder this month about
dogs, remember the closer we get to
lambing the greater the threat your
dog may be to livestock. Please keep
your dogs under control and on a
lead when walking anywhere near
livestock also try to avoid fields with
young lambs and nursing ewes.
Finally, the next Parish Council
meeting is scheduled for Monday
March 30th at 7pm. Everyone is
welcome and if you would like to
raise any points then you will be
given the opportunity to do that.
Alternatively, if you aren’t able to
attend but would like to speak then
contact me beforehand and I will do
it on your behalf.
Many thanks,
Chris Livsey
Chair, Glanton Parish Council
Congratulations
Rebecca & Lewis
(of Glanton)
On Your
Engagement
All the Best for Your Future
Village Survey
We want to know what types of entertainment and activities you would like to be offered
in the village. Please take a few moments to tick the boxes that interest you and then pull
out and drop this form in the new Contributions Box in the village shop. If we get enough
villagers interested in particular activities, we will do our best to arrange this for you. If
you can think of something you would like but it is not listed, please let us know.
Entertainment:
☐ Ballroom dancing
☐ Salsa dancing
☐ Dancing lessons
☐ Video night
☐ Amateur dramatics group
☐ Wine group
☐ Dinner club
☐ Pudding club
☐ Theatre visits
☐ Concert visits
☐ Karaoke Night
Games:
☐ Table tennis
☐ Bridge
☐ Other card games
☐ Chess club
☐ Board games
☐ World of Warcraft
☐ Gaming group ☐ Darts tournaments
☐ Computer Multi-Player
games sessions
Hobbiest Clubs:
☐ Modelling club
☐ RC Model club
☐ Model Railway club
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☐ Photography club
Health:
☐ First Aid classes
☐ Running groups
☐ Walking groups
☐ Swimming trips
☐ Badminton
☐ Circuit training
☐ Weight Watchers club
Computer Skills:
☐ Using the Internet
☐ Using email
☐ Selling on eBay
☐ Using social media
☐ Building a website
☐ Computer club
☐ Lynix group
Coding:
Finance:
☐ HTML5 & CSS3
☐ Javascript
☐ PHP
Outdoors:
☐ Art classes
☐ Traditional crafts
☐ Stained glass work
☐ Jewellery making
☐ Water colours
☐ Oil painting
☐ Drawing
☐ Knitting club
☐ Credit union
☐ Savings club
☐ Food bank
☐ Nature walks
☐ Bird watching
☐ Fishing groups
☐ Astronomy club
☐ Shopping trips
☐ Dog training
Learning:
☐ Basic English
☐ Basic Maths
☐ Sign language
☐ Foreign languages
Arts & Crafts:
Music:
☐ Classical music group
☐ Folk music group
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☐ Jazz music group
☐ Other music group
☐ Learn to play an instrument
☐ Choir - traditional songs
☐ Choir - modern songs
Literary:
☐ Book club
☐ Poetry group
Add Your Suggestions:
Kids:
☐ Mothers & Toddlers group
☐ After school group
☐ Kids’ film show
☐ Cartoon shows
Do you have a particular skill or talent that you would like
to share with others? If so, let us know:
Your Name:
Your Telephone No:
How can you help us?
If you have any ideas or comments, please use this box to let us know:
Thank you for taking the time to fill out this form.
Cook’s Corner
A Great Place to Share Your Recipes
Claire, from Glanton, kindly provided us with the recipe opposite (and
another for a future issue) - She says:
“I don’t like making complicated dishes which is why
sorbets are a favourite of mine. They are flavoursome and
so easy to prepare ahead.”
Claire also asks the question:
“Can anyone supply me with a really good fish pie dish? It’s
one thing I have never made and would like to have a go.”
AND THEY’RE OFF!!!!
A
big thank you to everyone who
came to the village Race Night
recently – the horses were on top form,
with plenty of neck & neck finishes and
not too many spills, and the betting was
brisk and to some at least, rewarding!
Geoff Allan’s fish & chip van did a
roaring trade and the bar in the hall
helped to dispel some wintery gloom.
Thanks to everyone who helped, to
everyone who came, and to everyone
who donated prizes etc to the raffle – we made over £900 to be shared
between the Show and the Village Hall, a big help to the finances of both.
Glanton Show Committee and Hall Committee
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Send Your Recipes to:
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as easy as possible for you to
provide us with interesting content
for your village magazine.
We know that some of the villagers
would like to contribute to the
magazine but they don’t have access
to email or don’t feel confident about
sending in items.
So, you can now drop off any items
you would like included in the village
magazine into the new Contributions
Box, which we have placed in the
village shop for your convenience.
You can drop in photos, articles,
recipes, stories, letters or anything
Contributions
Drop Off Box
that you think might be interesting.
We are happy to receive both typed
and hand-written items. You don’t
need to worry about spelling or
grammar - we will take care of this
for you and will make your item look
great in the magazine!
Please remember to include your
name with the item and, if possible,
put everything into an envelope so
items don’t get mixed together in the
box.
We hope you will take advantage
of this new facility and help us make
the magazine even better.
Calling All Amateur Artists!
Glanton Leek Club will be organising an Easter Egg
painting competition in the Queen’s Head on Easter
Sunday (5th April).
It’s FREE to enter and all you need is a hard-boiled egg
and lashings of creativity!
There will be three classes for entries:
•Under 9’s
•9-16 Years
•16 and over (including adults!)
Bring your painted egg along to the Queen’s Head by 1pm on
Easter Sunday. Judging will take place in the afternoon.
For more details, contact Joe Easton on: (01665) 578 654
GLANTON WI
I
t was while reading through the
old minute book, which runs
from Glanton WI’s foundation in
November 1935 until July 1943, that
our president Catherine first found
references to our ‘link’ with Gunton
WI in Manitoba, Canada.
The first mention of them was
in July 1941 when a letter from,
“our Canadian link”, was excitedly
received along with a parcel. The
parcel contained tea, sugar, cheese,
butter and tinned chicken. How
these had survived the long trip is
not discussed. Presumably these
were sent in response to reports of
the hardships being suffered due to
food shortages and rationing.
In August 1942 it was decided to
invite 2 serving Canadian women,
“strangers in a strange land”, as they
are referred to, preferably from
Manitoba, to stay as guests of WI for
seven days leave. If this invitation
was taken up we can only speculate
upon.
Then in October 1942 another
letter along with TWO parcels
arrived. These contained 14 packets
of jelly, 2 packets of cheese, 1/2 lb
of sultanas, 2 packs of toilet soap,
2 packs of lifebuoy soaps, a tin of
pork, hairpins, hair clips, hairnets,
a packet of needles, spearmint and
some bars of chocolate. The ladies of
Gunton WI were toasted with their
gift of tea that evening and some of
the jellies were eaten for supper. It
was decided to raffle the rest of the
goods at a social evening.
To commemorate our 80th
birthday this year we thought it
would be lovely to re-kindle the link
with Gunton WI. Our secretary
Jackie
contacted
Manitoba
federation via their Facebook page.
Jackie quickly had a reply from
Valerie Watt of Manitoba WI, who
in fact lives only 20 miles from
Gunton, but with the sad news that
Gunton WI no longer exists, having
closed in 1948.
We are however staying in contact
and continuing to correspond with
Manitoba WI.
If any readers have any information
which can shed further light on
how and why this link with Canada
was established we would be very
interested to hear from them.
Jackie Stotard
COMPETITION
WIN
Odd Man Out
A vintage comedy series staring
John Inman & Josephine Tewson
To Enter:
Put your full name, address
and your answer on a piece
of paper and drop it into the
Contributions Box in the
village shop.
Simply Answer The Following Question:
John Inman is famous for playing a different role, set in
a department store. What was the name of the store?
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Marks & Spencer
Grace Brothers
Harrods
The winner will be picked from the hat of correct answers on
the 31st of March and will receive their prize in the post.
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Wines For Spring
s we start to see some sunshine
and to feel that spring is just
about here at last, so we can think
about enjoying some lighter chilled
white wines without shivering at
the prospect. And as St George’s
Day reminds us of the delights of all
things English it is a very welcome
development that these days we can
be very proud of many of the wines
produced in this country.
English wine producers are mostly
still working from fairly small scale
vineyards, many of them little
more than one-man bands but
there are a few larger producers
building up brands which are more
widely available, and these include
Nyetimber, Three Choirs, Camel
Valley and the one that I have chosen
to stock which is Chapel Down
produced in Kent.
Chapel Down is a well-funded hard
headed commercial venture and has
a superb purpose-built winery with
associated shop and high quality
restaurant on it’s own vineyard just
outside Tenterden, and if you
ever find yourself in that part
of the world I can recommend
a visit. Their head wine maker
has a worldwide reputation
and is definitely one of the top
wine makers in England today.
They use the grapes from their own
vineyards and also buy in some
grapes from growers with whom they
have a long standing relationship in
Sussex, Kent and Essex.
Sparkling wine is definitely the
area where English producers can
match the very best from anywhere
in the world, and there are welldocumented stories of blind tastings
held by the wine trade in France
where the winner has been found
to be an English wine, only for the
French producers to complain that
there has clearly been an error and the
whole tasting has been done afresh
with huge security over the identity
of the bottles, and of course the exact
same result has been replicated, to
much Gallic pouting and shrugging.
Chapel Down produce a
non-vintage Brut sparkling wine you boost our economy rather than
which is really very good, and a Pinot someone else’s – it is your patriotic
Reserve 2004 which compares very duty in fact.
Alfredo Gambachino
favourably with a vintage Champagne.
They also produce two pink sparkling
wines which are absolutely delicious
Did You Know?
and are especially appropriate for a
summer afternoon or evening party in
That this magazine is also available
the garden
as a digital download. You can read
The white wine line up starts with
it on your iPad, iPhone, tablet,
Flint Dry, which is just what it says
kindle or your smart phone.
on the label and is delightful with
fish, this is a blend of several grape
All you need to do is scan the QR
varieties and is kept on the lees (grape
Code on the front of the magazine
skins and pips) for longer than usual to
to download the electronic version
encourage a complexity of flavour.
straight to your device.
Bacchus is a single grape variety and
has a lovely fruity aroma and is very
It looks like this, only smaller:
easy to drink. The Bacchus reserve is
similar but uses only the finest grapes
selected from the best spots in the
vineyard – this is as good as it gets.
The red wines are very interesting
too, typically quite light in body, made
from Pinot Noir grapes they make a
great accompaniment to English lamb.
One useful factor is that all these
wines tend to be about 11% or 12%
alcohol so are quite a bit lighter than Take your magazine wherever you
go and read it on the bus, train or
many New World options where
anything less than 14% is getting to be
during your lunch break.
a rarity.
If you have not tasted any English
Or, you can view it online at:
wines recently then I urge you to give
them a go, not only are they very good
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the poor sterling exchange rate, and
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2. Coal industry (6)
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4. Lloyd Webber musical (4)
5. Throb (7)
6. Mend (4)
10. Evil being (5)
11. Mission (5)
13. Protector (8)
14. Side by side (7)
16 _ _ _ Stoppard, doctor and
author (6)
18. Failure (4)
19. Sacred (4)
20. Undesirable plant! (4)
The answers are on the inner back page.
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Across: 1. Booming, 4. Cupid, 7. Inhibit, 8. Susan, 9. Yawned, 12.
Educated, 15. Fabulous, 17. Triple, 18. Fresh, 21. Open-air, 22. Petty,
23. Drummer.
Down: 1. Bully-off, 2. Mining, 3. Gibe, 4. Cats, 5. Pulsate, 6. Darn,
10. Demon, 11. Quest, 13. Defender, 14. Abreast, 16. Miriam, 18.
Flop, 19. Holy, 20. Weed.
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