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Village News 9th January 2020

• Alrewas Dramatic Society’s next production runs from Thursday 23rd to Saturday 25th January including a matinee in Alrewas Village Hall. ‘Camelot The Panto’ is the story of the love between Princess Guinevere and Prince Arthur and their battle against evil forces. It has a great line up of actors and promises to be lots of laughs. Tickets are £7.50, £6 concessions, available from the Bank Coffeehouse.

• The William IV was broken into at 4.30am last Saturday morning but offenders ran off when the alarm went off. The two youths, and possibly their van, have been caught on village CCTV and the police are currently investigating.

• Alrewas Cricket Club urgently need new coaches, particular for their growing beginners and early years groups. ECB’s new Foundation One is the ideal training course and will give you all the tools you need. Staffordshire Cricket will be putting on courses early in the New Year so if you’re interested please contact Tim Aston on 07866 730887 or timaston@needwoodcottage.go-plus.net as soon as possible. The Club will pay for all your course fees.  If you don’t fancy coaching they would appreciate your help in other ways. Volunteers are always welcome to help with the Kwik Cricket on Monday evenings, making cricket teas on a Saturday afternoon or helping with ground work any Saturday morning from 10.30am.

• The consultation on Lichfield District Council’s Draft Local Plan 2020-2036 continues and there is an open event in Alrewas Village Hall this Friday 10th January from 4pm to 6pm where you can view and comment on the development of your district over the next fifteen years.

• The next Live and Local event is ‘The Beginnings of Fairport Convention’ in Alrewas Village Hall on Sunday 9th February. Featuring Ashley Hutchings, founder member of the much-loved folk-rock band Fairport Convention, and singer/guitarist Becky Mills, this special words and music show tells the story of the band’s early years. Along the way it paints a vivid picture of the late sixty’s music scene, with The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix included in the story! It promises to be informative, funny and full of great songs.

Tickets are £10.50, available from Alrewas Pharmacy or The Bank Coffeehouse, or phone Lorna Lewis on 01283 790799 if you can’t get out to collect them.

• Maggie, who lived in Post Office Road and made the jams and chutneys that were always on the wall outside her house, sadly passed away on Christmas Day following a long illness. Both she and her preserves, which have been a village institution for so many years, will be greatly missed.

• An Alrewas Mens Lunch Club is being set up for retired members of our local community to enjoy a monthly natter and a nice lunch. Alrewas and local surrounding villagers are most welcome, it’s free to join, and they hope to get it up and running to hold the first lunch in the George and Dragon this month. Registered members will receive full details and regular communication, just go to www.joinit.org/o/alrewas-mens-lunch-club for details.

 

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