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Proud of Our Past

Holding a Note
Painting Equipments

Art Club  

Alternate Mondays

2 - 4pm

@ 'Waterside'

Do you like painting & drawing with like minded people?

Contact c.brantingham@icloud.com

Cost £2 each session.

ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Fovant Youth Club Fri Eve.

Due to low numbers attending and volunteering the trustees have made the decision to stop the sessions until at least Easter when lighter nights are back & more volunteers can be recruited.

Friday Club for

11-16 yr olds

Fridays

6 -8pm

@Waterside

Healthy Salad

Understanding 

Food & Nutrition

Dr Kinlin's Focus Session

Thur 9 Feb

4 - 5pm Waterside

Youth Club

Get the facts and ask your questions!

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FILGROUP 

9 Feb 2.30pm

@

Village Hall

 

 Professor Nigel North

'PTSD - The Hidden Menace'

Members, New Members & Guests welcome. 

£4.50 for non members

e-mail: filgroup15@gmail.com tel: 01722 714654

 

Illustrated Musical Instruments

Music Recital

Saturday 4th March, 7– 9.00pm

Knighton Manor,

Broadchalke SP5 5EB

Please join the CRESS team for a fabulous musical recital by Camilla Foster Mitchell singing a mixture of classical and contemporary music in the dining hall of the 16th Century Knighton Manor House.

£30 per ticket (includes glass of wine and nibbles)

Purchase tickets online: https://cressuk.org/musical-evening/

Or via Caroline Lamb: M: 07807 780707 E: caroline.lamb@cressuk.org

Wine and cheese

Cheese & Wine Tasting Evening

Fri 10 March

in Fovant Village Hall

Tickets £15

Available from Celia or Derryn,

or

contact@fovantvillage.com

Enjoy carefully selected wines paired with delicious local & international cheeses.

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE.

Gardener

Saturday 4 March

Can you spare a little time on the first Saturday of the month?

We meet at about 8.45 am

until about 10 am to tidy the Churchyard in Fovant.   

In the Summer it is mostly strimming and in the winter leaf collecting cutting back overhanging branches etc.

 

Join our happy gang of workers who need some younger volunteers to start sharing our fun mornings.

No need to come every time – just when you are free

Coffee, biscuits and chat follows.

Contact:  Blair Agnew 714414 or just turn up

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St George’s 50/50 Lottery Club

 

The winning numbers in the January 2022-23 draw are:-

            £35      no.  107

            £25             132

            £15              84

This is the third draw of the ‘Lottery Year’. The next draw will take place on 9 February.

Liz Daw 714362 and liz.daw1@btinternet.com

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FOVANT SATELLITE FOOD BANK 

Fovant Free Church,

The Chapel, High Street, Fovant,  SP3 5JL

Every Thursday 1:30 to 3:30  from 1st December 2022.

Open for tea/coffee, a listening ear and a warm discreet space as well as accepting food bank vouchers

Coffee and a Cookie

Dr Kinlin's Drop In

THURSDAYS

4 - 5pm

Dr Kinlin is continuing her Drop In sessions at the YOUTH CLUB - providing time and space to talk through your concerns.

Reading Books

Poetry Group

Wed 1 March

2pm

1 Sling Orchard

We plan to read poems on the theme of TRAVEL

 which we will all enjoy with you.

Venue: Beryl's House, 

Hope to see you all there,

Very best wishes,

Storytime with Grandpa

MOBILE LIBRARY

Clay's Orchard 1.50 PROMPT on 

Tue 7 Feb

Tue 7 March

 Tue 4 April

Tue 2 May

Tues 30 May

Use this valuable resource.  Even order particular books you would like to read.  It only stops for 10 mins, so be quick!!!

Foggy Field

CHALKE & CHASE

Talks, Activities & Courses 

Learn more about the beautiful AONB in which we live.

Starfest, Coffee & Cake, Nurturing Nature, Hedge courses PLUS more

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FOVANT VILLAGE FETE

SAT 19 AUG

2023

SAVE THE DATE

East Farm Fovant will be the venue for next year’s Fete on Saturday 19th August.

 Anyone wishing to help with the organisation, and at the venue on the day, should initially contact William HOLMES for more information.

williamholmesfovant@gmail.com

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SAVE THE DATE

SAT 9 SEPT

3pm

Sutton Mandeville Flower Show

Further details, including the Schedule will be posted here closer to the time.  Meanwhile enjoy the growing season ahead.

Chair: Lynne Gailey

Sutton Mandeville Horticultural Society

Puffins

Children’s Holiday Workshop

Wednesday 15th February 2023

   2.00  pm – 4.00 pm

“ FLIGHT ”

AT ST JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH HINDON

 

Join us to explore our theme

with fantastic activities

and test your design skills with the Nadder Valley Team.

BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL  !!

Contact Revd Jo Naish on 01747871820 

or email – revdjoannanaish@gmail.com   to book your spot. 

All children will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.

 

Come and join us exploring our faith together in new and unexpected ways.

Cut Wood

FREE LOGS 

& KINDLING for LOCALS

LOGS4LOCALS helps provide free logs and kindling to families who need fuel to heat their homes this winter. 

 

CONTACT

jaki@seeds4success.org.uk

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BISHOP JOSEPH ABA

Fri 10 March

6.30 – 8.00pm

Broad Chalke Village Hall, 

An informative & social evening giving you the opportunity to speak with Bishop Joseph Aba who has headed up the CRESS projects since the charity was founded in March 2010. You will hear him speak about how impoverished the people are BUT how much their lives are given hope and transformation by the CRESS charity funded projects.

 

Free Entrance

(donations welcome and paying bar)

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ANSTY

May Day Festival

1st May

Come and celebrate our historic festival which heralds the return of Spring and the encouragement of fertile crops.  Its origin dates back hundreds of years. 

 

All are welcome to join the festivities in the High Street from 4.30pm to watch dancing round the maypole and the crowning of the May Queen & attendant.

 

Enjoy a variety of stalls selling home-made items and home-grown produce, a licensed bar and food.

 

Proceeds from the event go towards running this historic event, future renewal of our maypole and Julia’s House children’s hospice.

 

For further details, please visit www.anstywiltspc.org.uk

Moms and Babies

Parents & Toddler Group  Wednesdays TERM TIME ONLY

9.30 - 11.30am 'Waterside'

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WEDNESDAY CLUB

3.30 - 5pm

'Has been making slime!'

Every Wed during term time.

Come and join us at the Waterside Youth Club for fun, craft activities, games and refreshments.

50p per child per session

 

All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult

Breakfast

Every

Saturday Morning Breakfast in

Village Hall

Our ever popular Village breakfasts! Eat in or Takeaway. From 9am - 11am in the Village Hall

Tap Shoes

Tap Class

Mondays

7.45 - 8.45

Village Hall

Come along and join in with our very friendly and inclusive class which meets weekly.

 

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Seated Exercise Class

Fridays 10-11am

Village Hall

This sociable class is excellent for stretching muscles and keeping mobile for those who have some challenges with their mobility.  It's a super way of keeping fit. 

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Fovant ORGAN APPEAL

Now nearly 100 years old our church organ needs cleaning and repair.  Can you help with a donation? Contact Felicity Pinder 01722714767 THANK YOU 

POLICE BEAT OFFICER for FOVANT

PC 2320 Victoria Howick

Community Policing Team 

Warminster

warminsterAreaCPT@wiltshire.police.uk

OR

victoria.howick@wiltshire.police.uk

Warminster Police Station, The Avenue, Warminster

101 Ext 32320

Mobile : 07471029097

DD 01225 256636

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