From Gosberton to Whaplode Drove...
GOSBERTON Good Companion’s Club meets in the Public Hall today at 2pm. CHURCHES in the Gosberton Group will join other churches within the district for a preparation day for the Women’s World Day of Prayer at the Broad Street Methodist Church on Friday, February 1, at 10.30am. A PLANNING meeting for the Gosberton St Peter and St Paul’s church flower and craft festival takes place in the church hall on Monday, February 11 at 7.30pm. All welcome. MESSY church is in Quadring St Margaret’s church hall on Friday, February 15 at 3.30pm. Contact Pat Walters on 01775 840694. GOSBERTON and district branch of the Royal British Legion meet in the church hall on Wednesday, February 20 at 7.30pm. GOSBERTON Women’s Institute meet in the Public Hall on Tuesday, February 12, at 7.15pm when there will be a talk on The Butterfly Hospice. GOSBERTON House School had a very busy Christmas period with a hugely successful Christmas fair organised by the PTFA. All classes participated by having their own stalls and making their items to sell. The children entertained parents and carers with a Christmas concert, held at school, and they were also able to visit Santa in a beautiful grotto at school and finishing the term with their Christmas party. The school has had a very busy start to the new year which began with a visit from the Star Lincs Mobile Planetarium. The children have also enjoyed shopping visits, spending their enterprise money, which they made at the Christmas fair and using their number skills to choose and pay for their goods. The children also now have the use of iPads in school which is a wonderful addition to their learning resources.
Gosberton Clough and Risegate
MESSY church at the Gosberton Clough Methodist is on Friday, February 1, from 3.30pm. Contact Jane MacFarlane on 01775 750525. Holbeach
ON Wednesday mornings after the Eucharist at 9.30am Carole Williams has a craft and games group in the Mary Bass Room at All Saints’ Church. Also every Saturday in the Mary Bass Room from 10am to noon tea and coffee are served. Everyone welcome. Holbeach Bank
HOLBEACH Bank Primary School will be holding an Open Morning today between 9am and 10.30am to give prospective and current parents the chance to have an informal look around the school and to meet the staff. Light refreshments will be available. Visits to the school are welcome at any time, by appointment, and can be arranged with Mrs Molson, the school administrator, on 01406 423375. The next jumble sale will be at the end of April, so donations will be accepted in school after February 25. Any residue jumble, after the event, will go into the clothing bank, situated in the school car park. To date, this has raised £61 for the Eco School project. Long Sutton
KICKSTART is a new initiative where people can get together for a chat and a cuppa at The Market House. Pop in for a social chat, tea/coffee with a friendly group on Wednesdays from 10am to noon. Look forward to seeing you. Everyone welcome. Further details on 01406 366767. Why not pop in when you do your shopping on a Wednesday morning? You will be made very welcome. Lutton
TODAY there is cash bingo and prize raffle in Lutton Village Hall. Eyes down 7.30pm. Refreshments available or bring a bottle. Pinchbeck
THERE is a Pop-In on Saturday, February 2, from noon to 1.15 pm in Pinchbeck Church Hall. Cost £4. All very welcome. Spalding
THE study day for the Women’s World Day of Prayer will be held on Friday, February 1, at Broad Street Methodist Church at 10am. THE Credit Union is held at St Paul’s Church, Fulney, on Saturday mornings 10am to noon. THE next meeting of the Spalding branch of the Royal British Legion will be held on Tuesday, February 12, assembling at 6pm for a 6.30pm start at 35B Spring Gardens, Spalding. New members are welcome. West Pinchbeck
THE Senior Club of West Pinchbeck inaugural meeting of the new year, planned for Wednesday, January 23, was cancelled as there was concern over the state of the car park for walking. It was felt that the safety of the members was greater than the meeting itself (health and safety and all that). It is hoped that all members were advised regarding the cancellation and that nobody turned up (including any potential new members). So the first meeting of the new year now becomes February 6, still at The West Pinchbeck Village Hall at 2pm, and will cover the agenda of the cancelled meeting, which is the presentation of this year’s programme of meetings and the opportunity for the membership to alter any of it if there is a feeling to do so. It also presents an opportunity for orders to be placed for the meal at the following meeting on February 20. After this, time allowing, there will a game of Hoy Bingo. Again we would invite anybody, not necessarily from the West Pinchbeck area, who is interested in a club that hopes to entertain its members with a varied programme and gives the opportunity to mix with similar aged people to contact Pauline Ashton (club secretary) on 01775 768480 for further details.
LUNCHES will be served in the Church Room on Saturday, February 2 from 11am until 2pm. Jacket potatoes with homemade dessert to follow. Usual stalls and raffle.