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By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: March 22, 2014

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ST EDITHA'S CHURCH: On Sunday at 10am there is a benefice communion service with the rector in St Mary and All Saints Church, Bradley. In St Editha's at 3.30pm on Tuesday there is the new weekly 'Twenty is Plenty' service for children with their parents, grandparents and carers.

The annual parish meeting of St Editha's Church is in the church at 8pm on Monday. All are welcome to attend.

INSTITUTE: Last week's coffee morning made a profit of £148. The next coffee morning is on 10th April.

The Zumba fitness class is on Tuesday from 6pm until 7pm. Each session is £4 for an hour. More information from Liz on 07817728815 or email iloveshoeslots@hotmail.com .

On Wednesday the Church Eaton and District Dog Society has its class at 7pm. Contact Doug or Sandra on 823317.

To hire the hall contact Jenny on 824882.

SCHOOL: Congratulations to the following pupils who gained awards for caring: Libby Price and Lola Corcoran (class 1); Scarlett Barker and Josie Stockhall (class 2); Phoebe Dair and Jessica Yardley (class 3).

Children's Popcorn Night, organised by the PTA, is tomorrow.

READY,STEADY COOK: Whether you can't cook, won't cook or love cooking there is something for you at this cookery demonstration in the institute on 4th April. As well as meals being cooked, there will be kitchen utensils on sale, tasty food to sample and an opportunity for you to have a go. Tickets are only £3 each available from Karen on 01785 823674 or any member of the institute committee. Proceeds to the building fund.

PARISH COUNCILLOR: David Massie has been co-opted and welcomed onto the parish council. It was felt that David would bring a wealth of local knowledge to his role, given his family’s long association with Church Eaton.

NEIGHBOURHOOD and RURAL WATCH: Villagers and farmers have been made aware of suspicious vehicles being driven around isolated rural properties in the area. If you see any such vehicles, please note down registration numbers and alert the local police by calling 101.

CIVIC AMENITIES VISITS 2014: This year’s visits will take place on 5th April, 26th July and 22nd November from the Royal Oak car park from 9.00am – 10.00am. Please do not leave items for collection unattended. We are very grateful to the Royal Oak for allowing these collections to take place.

VILLAGE WEBSITE: For more information about Church Eaton there is our website at www.churcheaton.org.uk

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