CADMORE END NEWS – NOVEMBER 2023

Cadmore End Nov 02, 2023

The Church of St. Mary Le Moor – November Serviceshttps://church.cadmoreend.org.uk

Sun. 5th Nov. 11.00 a.m.​Holy Communion -​​​Rev. Philip Smith

Sun. 12th Nov. 10.45 a.m. ​Remembrance Sunday Service - ​​Rev. Lucy Austin followed by refreshments in the village hall. ​​​​

Sun. 19th Nov. 11.00 a. m. ​Holy Communion -​​Rev. Peter Viney

Sun. 26th Nov. 11.00 a.m. ​Holy Communion- Rev. Peter Viney

Sun. 3rd December 6.00 p.m.​Candlelit Advent Carol Service*

Sun. 17th Dec. 6.00 p.m.​Village Carol Service*

Village Hall​ Eddie May starts the gloss painting of the hall from 23rd November-1st December.

Cricket Field Thanks go to Peter Jennings, John Heck and David Hewitt for clearing with chainsaws the part of the large hazel tree that came down onto the cricket pitch in bad weather. We still await part retrospective planning application to be submitted for the works to the cricket pitch.

Broadband   Hey! Broadband’s ‘fibre to the premises’ service is now available to all interested all the way along the track. HB are not currently planning to extend to the area around the Old Ship and Cadmore Common at the moment.

Future Events

Tues. 7th Nov. 10.30 a.m. to noon  - Coffee and Chat in the Church.

Tues. 5th Dec. 10.30 a.m. to noon -  Coffee and Chat in the Church.

Frid.  8th Dec. 8.00 p.m. ​Quintessential Brass Concert* at St. Mary-Le-Moor Church, Cadmore End in aid of the Nave Roof Fund.  An evening of festive music including wine and soft drinks and a raffle.  Tickets are £12.50.  Tickets and more information are available from Tanya Sims tanya_sims@icloud.com and Bea Taylor beatrix.taylor@gmail.com

Carol Singing. ​It is planned that Carol Singers will be out and about on Cadmore Common, and in Bolter End and Cadmore End on the 3 nights before Christmas (Frid. 22nd – Sun. 24th Dec.) Fresh volunteers of all ages are especially welcome to lend a voice (on one or more evenings) to join the band of usual volunteers.  All money raised will again go Christian Aid.

Community Matters Foodbank, Trinity Church, Lane End. Our village’s continued support and concern was especially welcomed last month as our additional, hefty delivery was unexpected following our Harvest Festival Service contributions.  Particularly welcome were the fresh items (loaves of sliced bread, butter, cheeses, fruits and vegetables).  In addition, the cash contributions enabled a washing machine to supplied to a grateful family.

Other matters

The Commons received their second and final cut of the season courtesy of the parish council.  The two Council notices on School Common ("Keep off" & "10 mph"?) were straightened and cleaned by David Simpson to whom our thanks go keeping the village in shape.

Two MacMillan Coffee Mornings held this year.  The first, run by Valerie Plumridge, was held at the church while the other was run by Jan Brown at Pickett House a week later.  Each raised a similar amount totalling over £700 which went to MacMillan’s cancer research.  Valerie and Jan thank all those who supported the events and so generously donated.

* If you would like an email version of this edition of Cadmore End News, including the three posters (or future editions), please email douglasrobertbrown@yahoo.co.uk

Tanya Sims

Church Warden

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