Dates for your Diary




Judging weekend Friday 24th September to Sunday 26th September

Scarecrow Festival Poster


“Entries are now closed for our Scarecrow Festival. We have 64 scarecrows around the village currently under construction. Judging is next Friday (24th) and Saturday (25th) so I imagine most people will want to have got their scarecrow up on display by the evening of Thursday 23rd. Maps (£2 each) of where the Scarecrows are located will be on sale in St Paul’s Church from tomorrow morning, and in the Co-Op, Veg Barn, Aston’s Butchers and C. A. Floral Designs from Monday. Parents of children attending St Paul’s First School will be able to buy maps from 8.30 am outside the school front door- remember to bring change with you. It will be a lovely family and community event to walk around next weekend. Please support. Lots of collection boxes in local shops and outside the church to put your donations in. Cakes and maps will be on sale outside the church on Saturday 25th Sept between 10.30 and 12 noon and on Sunday 26th outside 15 Church Lane (honesty box).” Together with a copy of the scarecrow festival poster.





Friday 1st October in the Memorial Hall
A Black Country Night Out   (note new date)

A Black Country Evening featuring our own Fr Paul,
who is a great raconteur, (a bit like a Black Country,
priestly version of Michael McIntyre!), Fish and Chip
Supper and auction of gifts. Tickets on sale now from
Jan Carr priced at £8. Tickets are selling fast so get
yours as soon as possible.
If you can donate suitable, new gifts or promises of
things you could do e.g., bake a cake for a special
occasion, clean a car, walk a dog, provide an
evening’s driving etc. etc. then please have a word
with Jo or Karen.



Saturday 27th November at the Memorial Hall
Frost Fayre

For more details see weekly news letter



is starting  again on Saturday 24th July 10.30 -12.00

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