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John Chilton

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jc1935@tiscali.co.uk

The Church of St Joseph and St James Follifoot: the service on Sunday, June 30 at 10am will be the parish communion at Rudding Park chapel.

Kerbside recycling: at Follifoot will be on Wednesday, July 3.

Follifoot Cricket Club: Fiona Fox’s lucky number 9 was the first winner in the club’s 49ers lottery draw. Number 9 was the bonus ball in the National Lottery Lotto draw on June 1. To ensure that you are in the next draw on July 6 please ensure that Peter Wood receives your standing order (or cash if you have not yet set up your standing order) well in advance of the draw. Payment is only by standing order. Please note that cash cannot be accepted after the July draw.

Follifoot School: on Wednesday, June 12 Eagle Owls had the fantastic opportunity to visit The Yorkshire Show Ground and experience fantastic activities based around the theme Countryside Day. The children watched a sheep show where sheep performed dances to music, learnt how to build a dry stone wall. They visited the bee keepers’ pavilions and further developed their knowledge and understanding of bees. The children watched and learned all about sheep dog trial and finally made clippie rugs. It was a very busy and exhausting day but they thoroughly enjoyed new learning experiences that they would not have access to in school. On Thursday, June 13 the children were visited by Off Book Theatre Company performing Puck of Pook’s Hill (a famous fantasy novel by Rudyard Kipling). The children watched a cast of puppets and actors taking them on a magical journey through Britain’s early history. They discovered tales of forgotten gods, of bold knights and swords; Vikings on a thrilling quest for gold; soldiers and battles, queens and pirates. The children thoroughly enjoyed the theatre experience and were mesmerised by tales of old and new.

FOFS: (Friends of Follifoot School): recently had the opportunity to pack bags at Marks and Spencer in Harrogate. They raised £431.54 less 20 per cent (£86.30) for M&S’s charity St Michael’s Hospice. The final total was £345.23 for the school.