Best wishes to you all for a very happy new year.
The Branch AGM will take place on Saturday January 18th, starting at 2pm. Please check the events section of the branch web site
for more details and timings of the meeting, ringing, afternoon tea & service.
We would like to have an idea of the number of people attending so if you plan to come to the AGM ( or would like to send your apologies) could you please let me know as soon as possible.
To contact me simply click here
In the downloads section of the branch web site you can find the minutes of last year’s AGM and the agenda for the forthcoming AGM.
Hoping to see you soon!
( Branch secretary)
This is advance notification of the Branch AGM which will take place on Saturday January 18th at St Mary’s, Peterborough.
Please come along and support the work of your Branch.
We are trying a slightly different format this year and hope that the simpler and shorter event may encourage you to come:-
*One venue only so no extra travelling, extra parking problems or extra walking involved!
*Meet at St Mary’s at 2pm for early afternoon ringing followed by a service at 2.45pm
*After the service there will be afternoon tea ( cakes, sandwiches, tea, coffee etc) and the AGM, followed by ringing til 5pm.
We do hope to see you there and I will send out reminders ( several I expect!) and requests for numbers for afternoon tea early in January.
Best wishes to all
The next 10 bell practice will be held on Saturday November 30 th at Kettering (NN15 0AN) from 10.30 to 12.30.
Methods to suit those who attend.
The following practice will be on February 29 th – venue to be advised.
If you are doing the Guild quiz you may like to know that 2 further errors have been noted:
70 should read ” uncle’s child”
73 should read ” near to Pepys’ birthplace”
I hope that is the last of the amendments. Good luck!
Thanks to the many people who have already purchased copies of the Guild quiz.
If I’ve neglected to send some to your tower and you would like to have some please let me know and I can send you an electronic copy to print.
For those of you who already have copies apparently there is an error in question 2 which should read October 31 st not November. The electronic copy is already corrected.
And while I’m on line I’d like to express thanks on behalf of all the participants to the team of helpers and organisers who ran such an excellent day at Castor on Saturday. Your hard work was greatly appreciated.
Thankyou to Diana and Elaine for organising a great afternoon out today. We all had such a good time ringing three lovely sets of bells in Twyford, Cranford St John and Barton Seagrave and enjoyed the novel challenge of ringing 8 counter clockwise.
Thankyou too to those churches for allowing us to ring today and our non ringing members of the party found all three places historically very interesting.
Afternoon tea was delicious too and the sporadic heavy rainfall did not spoil our day.
What a lovely way to spend a wet afternoon!
Dear all, just a reminder that the ringing and afternoon tea outing is taking place this coming Sunday, September 22nd.
All the details of the churches we will be visiting, timings and postcodes can be found in the EVENTS section of the petbells web site. To view click here
Tower fees will be £1 per person per tower
Afternoon tea will be at Bosworths Aspen cafe, Burton Latimer, NN15 5QA. It is £4.50 for scone, jam, cream and a drink or £12.50 for the full afternoon tea.
Please book tea by Thursday 19th. To book simply click here
Thanks to Diana for organising this popular event and I look forward to seeing many of you soon.