Newsflashes and Coming Events

Saturday November 19th 7.30pm. Film – The Duke

Bettws Hall Events

Saturday December 3rd 7.30pm Film – Elvis

December 11th 12.30pm. Sunday Lunch – 2 courses

Beef/Nut Roast/Roast peppers with cream and Stilton veg.

Choice of two desserts.

Adults £20, Children half price

Tickets from Delphine 01588 640233

December 17th – 10.30 am – Coffee Morning

This will be held at the Parish Hall and is hosted by Peter, Josie and Valerie.

In addition to the usual bring and buy, raffle, and produce stall, the the 100 Club draw will take place.

Saturday January 21st 7.30pm

Quiz and Hot Pot Supper

Mounting Block

The mounting steps ouside the main (rear) entrance to the church is an asset that we ought to appreciate. It would be nice to enhance this with a planted trough.

It would be nice to find a stone or old clay container for this.

Is there anyone who has one they would be prepared to donate?

If so, please contact Valerie Whately on 01547 510681


 Click here to see a demonstration of the defibrillator

Please email me at if you have any announcements you would like posted. Each page, of course, has a blog section that you can add to directly.


1 Response to Newsflashes and Coming Events

    Martin and I cannot thank people enough for the fantastic support given last Saturday in aid of our Charity ‘Hand’s Up for Uganda’. We must admit that we were feeling anxious that there were not as many people present as we had hoped for, but what can we say………..all those present, entered into the evening with such good humour and spirit, making it a fabulous result all round.

    Just under £1,800 was raised

    With these funds now in place the following has been decided:
    To begin clearing the land for the new Kindergarten
    To make a further supply of bricks for the Kindergarten
    To clear land for the planting of vegetable crops, including, cabbage, tomatoes, green peppers, egg plants and water melons.Planting these now will see them being harvested in approximately 3 months time.
    I can’t even begin to explain to you what this is meaning to the people of Kisaabwa and to me and Martin. I am hoping that in my next newsletter I will be able to show you evidence of how people are already beginning to benefit from the farm project. The money raised from the auction is actually going towards the creation of a new farm specifically for the growing of the vegetables. At the moment the land has to be cleared but as soon as I have images of progress I will post them in a newsletter.

    So thank you so much for your promises and for buying the promises and for all the work behind the scenes. Thank you also to others that continue to raise funds for us in their own way. Every penny raised is appreciated.

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