Open Day and Birthday Sun 14th 11am-4pm Barnfield Pilates Tuesdays 6.30pm Village Hall Mobile Library Thurs 11th
Church Services in August
7th 8.00 Holy Communion BCP Burton Dassett 10.30 Morning Prayer Fenny Compton 10.30 Family Communion Gaydon 10.30 Morning Prayer Farnborough 14th 8.00 Holy Communion BCP Farnborough 10.00 Holy Communion Fenny Compton 10.30 Communion by Extension Northend 10.30 Morning Prayer Gaydon 6.00pm Evening Prayer Burton Dassett 21st 8.00 Holy Communion BCP Gaydon 10.30 Family Worship Fenny Compton 10.30 Holy Communion Northend 6.00pm Evensong Farnborough 28th 8.00 Holy Communion BCP Fenny Compton 10.30 Holy Communion Farnborough 10.30 Family Service Gaydon 10.30 Morning Prayer Northend
Courgettes with Feta and Marjoram 500g tiny or courgettes (or larger ones sliced with a mandolin) 100g feta cheese, cut into small cubes 2 tbsp olive oil 1 dessertspoon chopped, fresh marjoram Juice of half a lemon 1 clove garlic, finely chopped
Wash, top and tail courgettes. Slice larger ones with a mandolin. Heat the oil in a large frying pan and add courgettes. Season with a little sea salt and toss for 5-6 minutes on the highest heat until they start to brown and are hot right through. Add garlic and marjoram, toss to mix and tip into a salad bowl. Dress with lemon juice and plenty of black pepper. When lukewarm, sprinkle over the feta and serve.
GVS Price comparisons with Tesco 18th July 2011
Tesco GVS Difference
£ £ £
Cif white cream cleaner 500ml 2.35 2.20 -0.15
Cif floor cleaner 1 ltr 2.35 1.50 -0.85
Fairy Liquid 450 ml 1.02 1.00 -0.02
Tilda white basmati rice 500g 2.49 2.09 -0.40
Tesco Semi skimmed milk 1.32 1.30 -0.02
Dolmio pasta bake sauces 2.05 1.75 -0.30
Carte d'or ice cream 3.49 2.50 -0.99
Napolina olive oil 500ml 3.79 3.00 -0.79
Thank you to everyone who returned the 'Local Food' questionnaire. We are pleased to announce that Mary Fox was the lucky winner of the £20 voucher.
The mobile library will be in Gaydon on Thursday 11 August.
Owing to county budget reductions it has not been possible to maintain the network of Flexibus services that was available until July. Flexibus service 498 to Banbury on Thursdays will continue for a trial period of six months on a commercial basis and run by a different operator. Details of the changes to Flexibus services are shown on the County Council web site.
Visit www.warwickshire.gov.uk/busservicechanges or Telephone Dave Matthews on 01926 412760
or email email@example.com
and 50th Birthday Celebrations on Sunday 14 August 11am-4pm. All are welcome for coffee, tea and cake.
Please feel free to bring along something delicious to help with our birthday celebrations....!!
Sunday 14 August - the world's largest gathering of BMWs.
All the usual BMWs will be there, so whether you have an M Power, Alpina, ZED, modern, classic or modified BMW or even a Mini, your tastes will be catered for. Massive range of traders and huge display of Show and Shine Cars.
See www.heritage-motor-centre.co.uk for information.
Jaguar XJ/XK Register International Weekend
Sunday 21 August - call John Bishop on 645032 for event details.
The next meeting will be on Tuesday 27 September at 2 Anson Close, Wellesbourne, at 2.30pm.
Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy
As usual, there will be no coffee morning in August because of the holidays. Grateful thanks to all who have come along on Saturday mornings or contributed in any way this year. We look forward to seeing you again in September. So far in 2011 we have raised over £200 for the Church Fabric Fund - it will help to pay for the west window repairs!
Car Boot Sale
Gaydon Inn at 11am Sunday 7 August and Sunday 21 August
Parish Council News
Accounts for the year ending 31st March 2011 have been approved and the annual return has been forwarded to the external auditor. Residents may contact the Clerk to see the accounts.
We have reported the weeds that are growing out of a number of drain covers in the village and we hope that this will be addressed shortly. If a resident sees a drain that is blocked, please notify the Clerk or a Councillor.
Overhanging Plants and Shrubs
We have received several complaints regarding overgrown hedges and Highways are very kindly cutting them where the vegetation is causing visibility issues. Please do remember to check your borders regularly to ensure that pedestrians and road users do not have access problems.
The bus shelter is owned by the Parish and therefore the responsibility of the Parish. Recently it was the victim of graffiti. This kind of behaviour is not acceptable and we have notified the Police, our neighbourhood watch team and all residents by way of this magazine. If you see people drawing or writing on the shelter please notify either
the Police or the Clerk. This time a resident painted over the graffiti but next time the Parish will have to pay to have the graffiti removed, so please be vigilant and protect our neighbourhood. The Parish Council thanks the resident who kindly painted over the graffiti.
The Parish Council meets on Thursday, 1st September at 7.30pm. All residents are welcome to attend.
ThanksWe were Happily Married in St Giles Church on the 4th June and we
A big "Thank you" from Sara and Craig Moore
wanted to take this opportunity to THANK all those in the village who made it possible: Rev Mike Cadwallader on his first Wedding in our Church; Alistair Hotchkiss who played an extra fifteen minutes as the Bride was customarily late! Martyn and Claire Hamm for preparing and keeping the Church in such wonderful order; Andy Thomas for raising the flag; Margaret Phelps for dealing with all the administration and getting us so well organised; Debbie Morisot for the much-needed G&T to steady the nerves on the way to the Church! And finally to our village photographer. Thank you to you all, from Sara and Craig Moore.
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