Church AGM 14 April


The Annual General Meeting will be held on 14th April 2016 at 7.00 pm in All Saints church, Tarrant Monkton. This is an open meeting and all are very welcome. Refreshments.

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Winter Warmer – 18 Feb

The next Winter Warmer talk at All Saints Church, Tarrant Monkton, will be “Stonehenge  The story so far….”, presented by Julian Richards.
Thursday 18th February in the Church at 7pm. £5 to include glass of wine & tapas.
Phone 01258830528

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Village Hall Quiz 6 February

Just a reminder that we have a Quiz at the Village Hall on Saturday 6th February.

Eyes down at 7pm. A light supper will be provided. Raffle. BYO drinks.

Teams of 4. Tickets (advance only) £7 pp

Contact Mavis Carden at Little Launceston or tel: 830474

All proceeds to the Village Hall Maintenance Fund.

Please give us your support.

Book early to avoid disappointment as this is always a popular event.

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Winter Warmer 14 January 2016

Horsa and Hamilcar Gliders at Tarrant Rushton Airfield.

Gerard Wyllys will give a talk on the early history of Tarrant Rushton Airfield and the build up to D-Day.

The Talk will be in All Saints Church Tarrant Monkton at 7 for 7.30pm. Entrance is £5. Glass of wine and light bites from 7pm. Please book with Sarah Worrall on 830528.

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Bruce Celebrates

Bruce Readman treated his friends and most of the village to a lovely celebration for his 50th at the Langton Arms. Bangers & mash, drinks, cheese & biscuits, live band, dancing – all much appreciated. Many thanks to Bruce.

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Tarrant Monkton Christmas Fayre 5 December

Saturday 5th December, 11am – 4pm at the Village Hall.
Refreshments and parking available.

There will be lots of interesting stalls, including Handmade Christmas Decorations, Christmas Cakes, Cards, Plants and much more.

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Winter Warmers 2014-15 at All Saints

All Saints had a full house for Martin Andrew’s lecture on Rena Gardiner this Thursday. Over half the people came from outside the village including some of Rena’s friends and former pupils. Martin gave us a wonderful insight into her remarkable career accompanied by beautiful artwork and insightful photographs. Julian Frances, co-author of the book “Rena Gardiner Artist and Printmaker ” also attended, bringing some lovely cards of her work. We also have three different cards newly printed: they can be seen in the church should anybody wish to order any.

It is extraordinary that none of us really knew what a talented artist we had living amongst us.

With the money from Thursday evening, combined with that taken at the last three Winter Warmers, a net profit of £642.01 has been raised for the church heating. Thank you all very much indeed for your support.
Fiona MacEwen

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