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Stone District - week beginning February 27

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: February 26, 2014

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GOLF CLUB: There will be three separate Competitions taking place on Saturday. A Men's Drive-In Party from 7.45am-2pm, the Ladies Drive-In Party from 11.45am-1pm and finally the juniors get their turn from 2-230pm. Good luck to all entrants.

From Monday, March 3 a Pilates class will take place in the Jack Boggis Bar from 10-11am.

SILVER SURFERS SPECIAL: It is now 5 years since the Silver Surfers started and there will be a celebration of the fifth birthday next Wednesday at 2pm in the Church. All former silver surfers are invited to this special celebration.


BIG LOTTERY FUNDING: The committee are pleased to announce that they have secured funding in principle from the Big Lottery Fund to build the new Village Hall. Fundraising will still continue, so there is money to run the new Hall. There is still a lot of work to be done, and anyone who would like to be involved in any way, or wants any more information, please contact Barry Dore on 502358 or barry@barrydore.com

COMMUNITY POLICE SURGERY: Our wonderful local community police officer, Neil, will be at the Bakehouse next Friday from 10am-12noon to chat, listen to concerns and answer questions...pop in and say hi.


BEETLE DRIVE: This will be held in the Village Hall on Friday, March 7 at 7pm for 7.30pm. All proceeds will go towards Church funds. Tickets, which include a Pie and Pea supper, are £6 for adults and £4 for children, and can be obtained from Rosa Matthews (01782 392162) or Helen Pickford (01889 505244). All ages are welcome and anyone who can roll a dice can play. It's sure to be a fun evening, so bring the family, and your own drinks.

SUPPER EXPRESS: St Nicholas Church are planning a trip on the Churnet Valley Railway in July. The whole train will be reserved for diners, who will be served supper during the journey and will be serenaded by a jazz band at a station stop. The trip will be a full return journey on the line and is sure to be a good evening out, finishing around 10pm and will cost about £25 per person. For more details, or to book tickets, call Julie Holland (01782 394070). Tickets are limited and a £10 deposit will secure your ticket.


GREEN MAN: Derek Holt and David Day, two seasoned musicians who provide an upbeat acoustic duo, with a repertoire of 60s and 70s hits plus some 80s and 90s, will be providing live music from 9pm on Saturday, March 8. Light refreshments will be served during the interval.

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