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Looking for a Logo

I’m looking for a logo for the Village Website. Something that reflects the village, and also maybe a tagline? You can see my effort, but I am sure there is someone creative in the village who could have a go for me to produce something much better.

Please send in your original, inventive and inspired works to me to add your sparkle to the website and maybe the Parish Council will adopt it as well?

Richard

Vale Hospital League of Friends

VALE HOSPITAL LEAGUE OF FRIENDS

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED


ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PATIENT VISITOR?
You could enjoy playing Board or Card Games with stroke patients They might enjoy you reading to them or maybe you would like to help with the Art Therapy workshops Some would like a visitor to chat to them

THE LEAGUE OF FRIENDS IS ORGANISING
AN OPEN MORNING FOR POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS ON MONDAY 16 MARCH 2020 BETWEEN 10 AM 12 NOON

This will Include an Informal Discussion and a Tour of the Hospital Refreshments will be provided

IF INTERESTED YOU WILL THEN BE ABLE TO SIGN UP TO ANY MORNINGS YOU WISH TO HELP ART THERAPY ONLY ON THURSDAYS) TO ATTEND THE OPEN MORNING PLEASE EMAIL BRAMBLES330@GMAIL.COM SO THAT WE HAVE AN INDICATION OF NUMBERS

Village Quiz Night

STINCHCOMBE VILLAGE HALL

Charity no. 270121

Stinchcombe Village Quiz Night
on Friday 20th March at 7.30pm
Stinchcombe Village Hall 

£3 per person, max 6 in a team
Soft drinks and snacks on sale or bring your own alcohol for £1 per head corkage.

No need to pre-book. Call 544611 for more information

The Witches of Malmesbury

STINCHCOMBE HISTORY SOCIETY

In 1672, the north Wiltshire town of Malmesbury was swept by witchcraft hysteria. Leading families were convinced that their children were under attack from an organised coven of witches. Fourteen people were arrested as members of the coven.

Visiting speaker Tony McAleavy has researched this little-known episode using sources that survive from the time. He will tell the story of the witches of Malmesbury and what happened when some of the accused were sent for trial in Salisbury.

The Witches of Malmesbury by Tony McAleavy

  7.30 pm Friday 21st February 2020 at Stinchcombe Village Hall

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Colesbourne Snowdrops

Colesboune Park

Snowdrops in Colesbourne Park

If you want to have a pleasant walk in the snowdrops this year try Colesbourne Park. On the old Cirencester to Cheltenham road near Severn Springs. About 35 mins away by car. Only open Saturday and Sunday afternoons until from 1.00pm until 4.30pm until 1st March it’s one of the best snowdrop gardens around. Wait for a week or so and they will be at their peak, and arrive early…… https://www.colesbournegardens.org.uk/

Pictures from 2020

A Sea of Snowdrops!
Some of the 350 types in the collection
The “Blue Lake”
Hang Low
The Way Home

App Charity COVID-19 Environment Footpaths friends of st cyrs Fun Heritage Walk Hidden Gardens History Information Last Night Local News Our Environment Parish Council Phone Box Post Box Ride&Stride Roads Rugby Club Scams Speeding Speedwatch St Cyrs Stroud District Council Testing TGIF Toad Patrol Tyndale Village Hall Virtual Village What's on

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