Just a reminder that this year’s Wootton Bridge ‘Party in the Park’ will be held on Saturday 19th July. The Co-ordinators are already making plans and we will soon be asking local clubs, charities etc. to register if they have an interest in running a stall at the event. Watch this space!!
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Wootton Bridge Recreation Ground, Footways, Wootton Bridge, PO33
Proposed installation of 6 x 15 metre high floodlighting columns to serve the existing rugby pitch and training area.
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Please come along to our Christmas Festival tomorrow evening at the Community Centre, Wootton Bridge (Friday 13th December at 6.00 p.m.)
The highlight of the evening will be the Roving Nativity Play back by popular demand. Follow Mary, Joseph and the Donkey down the High Street to the Stable near the Sloop Inn and remember the true meaning of Christmas. Please make sure you come back to the Community Centre after to warm up with some mulled wine, mince pies and join in with the Christmas Carols and view the Charity Stalls as well as meeting Father Christmas.
There is no charge but donations would be welcome towards next year’s event.
Hope to see you there
Val Cooper – Clerk
Wootton Bridge Parish Council and the Village Partnership will be holding the annual Christmas Festival on Friday 13th December at the Community Centre Brannon Way. 6.00pm – 9.00pm.
There will be Carols led by the Salvation Army, Craft and Charity stalls, Refreshments and much more!!
At 6.00pm the Roving Nativity will make its way to Mill Square and the stable, and we invite you all back to the Community Centre to continue the celebrations.
Please click Primary School 20 9 13 for latest newsletter from the primary school.
Saturday was bright and sunny from the start, although a little windy as the Parish Council marquee went up. Other stallholders started to appear and soon Wootton Recreation Ground was a hive of activity. Bacon rolls from the Scout building were eagerly awaited and have become something of a tradition. By 2.00 p.m. the crowds had arrived and it was lovely to see everyone enjoying themselves. The ice cream van did a roaring trade as did the bar at the Rugby Club and refreshments at the Scout Hut. The public’s favourite motorbike was a new attraction for this year and we were delighted at the turnout from bikers across the Island. The evening music picnic started at 6.00 p.m. with The Herd leading the bands in the evening. There was music to suit all tastes and as the sun set no one seemed in a hurry to go home. The Village Partnership plan to meet shortly to look at what went well and what could be done better for next year.
Val Cooper – Clerk
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