From Algarkirk to Weston
JERRY Green Dog Rescue summer show is this Sunday, 11.30am-4.30pm, at the Marsh Lane centre. There will be a fun dog show with registration from 11.30am, £1 per entry per class, agility demonstrations and have a go agility, stalls, rescue dog walkabout and kids’ activity zone. Admission is £1 adult, under 16s free. For more information phone 01205 260546.
UNITED Reformed Church coffee morning will be held in the schoolroom on Saturday, 10-11.30am with the usual attractions.
DO you have any news of events taking place in Crowland? Email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in this column.
Gedney Drove End
MONTHLY bingo will take place at the village hall tomorrow. Doors open at 6.30pm with eyes down at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome.
MOBILE library will be in the village on Friday, Field Close 10-11am, Godfrey Avenue 11.05am-noon.
GOSBERTON and District Royal British Legion meets quarterly on a Wednesday in the church hall at 7.30pm. Phone 01775 750491 for exact date.
Gosberton Baptists are having a flower and craft festival on the Saturday, Sunday and Monday of the August bank holiday weekend.
If there are any volunteers who would like to help with the staffing of stalls and competitions they can phone 01775 840693 or 01775 840185 or for refreshments, 01775 840185, 01775 840693 or 01775 821441. Also, for those who like baking, offers of help would be appreciated both for the refreshments and a cake stall. The cost of ingredients will be reimbursed.
Gosberton Clough and Risegate
FOR details of the new memorial garden for the internment of ashes at St Gilbert and St Hugh’s Church, contact the vicar on 01775 840694.
GOSBERTON Risegate Methodist Church has a craft club on a Monday from 7pm to 9pm at £1.50 per meeting and keep fit on a Wednesday at 7.15pm.
For further details, and always before your first visit, contact Sheila Lee on 01775 840836.
THE Risegate Silver Link Club meet in the Risegate Chapel on alternative Wednesdays, 2- 4pm. New members are welcome.
MOBILE library will be at the Five Bells on Thursday, 1pm-1.30pm.
LADIES Group will meet at the Methodist Chapel on Thursday0 at 2pm when the speaker will be Christine Gratton, representative for the Citizens Advice Bureau.
THE Mighty Oaks and Sunflowers present an evening of clairvoyance with Pauline Richardson this Friday at 7.30pm at the Ivo Day Centre, Albion Street. Entrance on the door is £3 and tea and coffee is served afterwards. For more information phone 01775 724514.
THERE’S a charity dance on Friday at Spalding Services and Social Club in High Street, starting at 7pm.
The event is raising money for Nottingham City Hospital neonatal care unit.
Tickets cost £5 adult and £2.50 child. Phone 07955 336181 to book.
SPALDING Town Cricket Club’s car boot on Sunday is at Spalding Rugby Club in St Thomas’s Road. Cars £6, car and trailer £8, van £10 and large van £15. Sellers set up at 6am with admission for buyers at 8am.
SHORT mat bowls is held every Sunday and Tuesday in the village hall, 7-9pm. For more information phone Eileen Richardson on 01406 370181.
We love to publish all your district news. Send it to us at Priory House, The Crescent, Spalding, PE11 1AB, drop it in to our office at the same address or email it to email@example.com