Barbara has offered a take-away service from the Langton Arms and the Rawston Farm Butchery & Farm Shop: see –
Langton Arms Message
Butchery & Farm Shop
Langton Takeaway Menu
you have probably seen all this advice via your TV and newspaper, but here it is again
NHS advice 22 March
Please heed this advice but don’t stop being neighbourly – just 2 metres apart!
A reminder of the next Winter Warmer ..
Just to remind anyone who hasn’t yet reserved tickets for the Winter Warmer this coming Thursday, 27 February, starting at 6pm
. Please note the earlier start time and that there will be no tickets on the door
on this occasion. Tickets are £8 to include a glass of wine and nibbles.
Jonathan Aitken, journalist, author and Cabinet Minister before becoming a Prisoner In Belmarsh Prison will be speaking about his life. He was ordained into the Church of England last year, and is now Prison Chaplain at Pentonville Prison.
The very few remaining tickets are available from Fiona MacEwen; please leave a message on 830560
At the recent refresher CPR training sessions, the following advice was issued
cpr training 2020
At 12 noon on Saturday 18th January, over 40 villagers met to celebrate Betty Crisfield’s 100th birthday. Alas, Betty was in Blandford Hospital recovering from a broken leg, but we all wished her well. Mavis had organised the village celebration and Tim planted the Cherry tree that Betty asked for. Here are some photos of the event …
Villagers gather …
Here’s to Betty!
Mavis by the Cherry Tree
There was a surprise snow shower on Boxing Day, thanks to Norma & Barbara Frampton. Also, a celebrity turned up – see if you can spot him!
Snow on Boxing Day
Another successful evening saw an interesting selection of tunes with associated reminiscences from David, Bethan, Paul and Ray. Many thanks to them for stepping up to the plate. And to Sue and John for running the evening show. The Village Hall Committee served a lovely light supper whilst we played a Name That Tune quiz. Minnie The Moocher by Cab Calloway foxed many. The evening produced £150 for the Village Hall fund. Who wants to have a go in 2020? JG
TARRANT MONKTON WINTER WARMERS – ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Another season of Winter Warmers is coming this Winter, beginning in November, and a further two in January and February. For your diaries the dates are as follows:
Thursday 28 November
By popular demand Richard Kay Auctioneer with Lawrence’s, Crewkerne is returning to give us a talk entitled “Discretion is the Better Part of Value”.
All Saints Church, 7.00 pm for wine and nibbles, talk prompt 7.30pm. Tickets £5.00
Thursday. 30th January 7.00 Our speaker is Stewart Timbrell, “Discovering Dorset Part 1”. This talk unfortunately had to be cancelled last year due to snow, hopefully history won’t repeat itself! All Sai yours sincerely Church, 7.00 pm for wine and nibbles, talk prompt at 7.30 pm. Tickets £5.00
Thursday 27th February.
We are very fortunate that The Rev
’d Jonathan Aitken has agreed to come from London for the evening to speak to us about his life and experience. On this occasion the talk will be a little earlier, time to be decided dependent on train timetable yet to be published, and on this occasion bookings will be taken. Fiona MacEwen 830560 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Every year the Parish Council enters our village into Dorset Best Village competition, run by Magna Housing. There are prizes for Best Large Village and Best Small Village.
This year, Pimperne won Best Large Village. We were placed 3rd in the Best Small Village category. Well done everyone. Let’s go for 1st place in 2020!
The quiz night is on 02 November, with teams of six or we can make teams up with individuals.
Food and Raffle, BYO Drink, £10 a ticket
From Mavis 830474 Little Launceston