Paul Gibson is restarting his yoga class Friday 9th October 9:30 am. Please call or text him if you are interested in attending 07867976959
Fancy meeting up at the Hall for a blether next Wednesday 7th October 11am ??
Meeting all current guidelines re physical distancing etc. You will need to wear a face covering when not seated.
If you would like to come please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before midday Monday 5th. If there are enough people interested it will go ahead.
Thanks to the hard work of the hall committee the hall is reopening on 1st September. We will be meeting all government guidelines so hall capacity is limited. There are places available at Pilates and Yoga classes. Hoping to see some familiar faces for Coffee and Scones NEXT Wednesday 9th – please contact us to book a place.
We have bought a BBQ for the hall and require someone who would be willing to put it together. If you or anyone you know would be willing to help please contact Lisa at email@example.com
Unsettled weather for the week to come, more showers and cooler.
We hope you all are well and enjoying your gardens. What a joy it is to see rain which is lasting more than 3-4minutes, the gardens certainly need it as do the farmers!
It has come to my attention that the Diamond-Back Moth is about and devastating the Brassicas, Aubrietia, Wallflowers and Alyssum, so if your plants are not protected with fleece or fine micro mesh I would make sure to try and cover them up. The moth is very small about 1cm in length. One life cycle is completed in 15-30 days so their numbers can increase hugely. Garlic solution, washing powder in dilute mix with water might help. Hopefully this message has reached you in time.
We are deadheading in our flower borders, cutting grass and edging the lawns and now the Strawberries are ripening and they are deliciously sweet. Next it will be the Peas and Broad Beans to pick in a week or two’s time. It is a productive time in the garden calendar which we will enjoy and what we can not use we will process and freeze to consume in the winter months.
We are making the most of relaxing in our garden taking in the scent, colours and birdsong which lifts anyone’s spirit.