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John Chilton

01937 590606

jc1935@tiscali.co.uk

All Saints Church Spofforth: the service on Sunday, October 27 will be holy communion, 1662 version, at 9.30am.

Household waste: collection at Spofforth will be on Tuesday, October 29.

Spofforth Seniors: lunch at the Castle pub will be on Tuesday, October 29.For details or to book a place contact Pat Lee on 01937 590261.

Advance notice: that the Spofforth Annual Village Bonfire will be on Sunday, November 3. Gates will open at 5.15pm; the bonfire will be lit at 6pm and the spectacular firework display will take place at 6.30pm. There will be a licensed bar and hot food and drinks available. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and no sparklers will be allowed. Car parking will only be available for the disabled. Tickets will at £3 adults, £1.50 Child, £8 Family (two adults and up to three children) will be available from G & M News, Spofforth School, The Hairbelle, and the Castle and Railway pubs. Tickets bought in advance will be cheaper than buying them at the gate on the night.

Spofforth school: staff have commenced the new academic year with the launch of their updated curriculum in which questions are at the heart of the children’s learning. For instance: ‘what was it like when the Queen came to the throne and how have things changed since that day ?’ Class two have set up .their own coronation day and invited the children from class one. Of course, they all had tea and scones. Mrs Curtis would like to create a mud kitchen and would be extremely grateful for any of the following donations: crates (wooden or otherwise); tin camping mugs and bowls; old pans; kitchen utensils (not knives); a sink; offcuts of wood to make a table plus anything else which you may consider suitable. Please see Mrs Curtis or the early years staff for further information.

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