Cadmore End News May 2023.​​​

news May 02, 2023

John Willis R.I.P; All of us in the Village were shocked, and very deeply saddened to hearof the recent death of John Willis….John & Lynne moved to Chiltern Meadow in the Village from Gerrards Cross in the mid/late 80’s and since then both John & Lynne have been/werepopular, reliable, committed members of the Village Community before moving to Banbury some years ago in order to be nearer their family. Using his journalist skills, John instigated …and for many years edited …The Cadmore End News. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to Lynne and her family.

The King’s Coronation; Sunday May 7th; 1.00 pm. Picnic Lunch on the Common by the Church. Please bring your own picnic/Rugs/chairs. Historically these Village picnics have always been very enjoyable “Village occasions”. We hope for dry weather, sunshine and above all for your attendance!

Good Friday Walk. A bright sunny day attracted over 50 Walkers with some familiar faces from the various “Ends”. Led by Dee Barlow they visited the ponds on Cadmore End Common before returning to Cadmore End Village Hall for Hot Cross buns and tea where they were joined by those who had attended the “Service in Church “option. By all accounts it was an appropriate, sociable and enjoyable Good Friday Event.

Church Services May; St Mary Le Moor

Sunday May 7th 11.00 Holy Communion. Rev P. Smith

Sunday 14th       11.00 Holy Communion Rev Lucy Austin    

Thursday 18th    7.00 pm Ibstone. Ascension Day Service Rev. Philip Smith​​​      

Sunday 21st       11.00 Holy Communion Rev Peter Viney.

Sunday 28th       11.00 Holy Communion. Rev Mark Ackford.

Community Matters Lane End F00dbank; Friday 11th & 25th.Please leave donations in the Church before 10.00a.m.

N.B. The Support Team have sent their heartfelt gratitude for our donations of food, household goods & and money. They are currently supporting 21 struggling families locally……..

Future Events; Tuesday 2nd May Coffee & Chat in the Church+ Bring & Buy 10.30-12.00

Sunday 7th May; 1.00pm Coronation Picnic Lunch (see above).

Local observation.         After what was an exceedingly wet March ( 6th wettest since Records began according to the Met Office) the water level in the Pond on the Track appears to have returned to more recognisable/”normal” levels….

King Charles III

Tanya Sims

Church Warden

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