What happens/happening in the village   

Go to Village Hall page for regular village Hall activities & Fete page for information on the fete     Scroll down for other details           

 

 

 

 

Play park 

Alvescot Safari Supper Saturday 4th May 2019 in aid of St Peter’s Church

 

The cost is £25 per person to attend/£50 a couple – and we ask that you host one of our supper courses – we start with drinks and canapes at the Church from 6.45pm, and then move off in groups of 8 for a 3 course meal in different houses, so need hosts who can provide either a starter, or a main course, or a pudding (all served with the appropriate drinks provided by the course host) – before we meet up again at our last host for post-Supper drinks and cheese.  If you want to join in, but can’t host a course, that’s fine – there are ways that you can be involved!

 

Some have already confirmed their hosting preference and that the date is in the diary and are happy to cook, or not but provide extra sustenance; but could I ask everyone to confirm that they’re keen to be involved so that a plan can be put together.  Do mention the event to friends both in the village and outside – we can involve non-residents too, or just take donations.

 

I look forward to hearing from you – and to another epic evening!

 

Many thanks

 

Ann Cadogan  - Event Planners    - Tel: 01993 844776    -Mob: 07836 510742
E-mail: ann@eventplanners.co.uk     www.eventplanners.co.uk

Village Fete Saturday June 15th - at the MUGA playing site

Village Hall quiz Saturday 5th October - in the village hall

Bonfire night - Tuesday 5th November - at the MUGA playing field

The children's play park as you see is fenced of from the main field area.    Benches, litter bins and a viewing platform have been provided to enhance the playing field experience...enjoy.

Thanks to Mike Hussey and the Parish Council for providing an ACE facility!

 

No dogs allowed

Play park view towards the tennis court/basket ball court

The MUGA (Multi Use Games Area) is being used well. However, damage is being caused to the nets by people taking them down while under tension (without the handle). Please collect the handle from Fraser Spence at Forge Cottage and take them down correctly (and put them up afterwards)

No dogs allowed

 

Please contact Mike Hussey :- mike.hussey3@btinternet.com

Cricket Nets

Cricket Nets are available. The nets are being damaged by people climbing on them and putting their feet through the netting...a net with big holes is of little use to keen users of the nets!

 

Please contact Mike Hussey:- mike.hussey3@btinternet.com

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