Sunday December 8th 12.30 for 1pm.
We are pleased to be holding the Seniors lunch once again in the Village Hall for those over 65. Sara Mcallister is kindly cooking a Christmas dinner – ‘turkey with all the trimmings’ and there will be a sing-along after the meal.
This is a free event but donations are welcome to contribute towards the cost. There will also be a raffle (£1 a ticket).
Please add your name to the list in the village hall (together with food choices) or let Lynne Bywater (Lyn225@hotmail.co.uk) or Judith Oakley (email@example.com) know that you would like to attend by November 30th.
New Year’s Eve
December, 9 pm – 12.30 am Wing Village Hall
Disco evening to
see in the New Year – THE MORE THE MERRIER
Why not join village
friends and acquaintances and bring friends? From 9pm onwards for an evening of
nostalgic music of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
We’d like several
volunteers with a penchant for DJ’ing to put together a playlist each of their
favourite party music which they will then DJ to the assembled part-goers – no
getting off lightly- YOU will be DJ’ing YOUR choices. There will be some snacks
available for those that feel they didn’t have enough dinner before they came
and then a glass of fizz to see in the New Year.
We shall have a fun
countdown to midnight and, weather permitting, a conga round the car park with
our own outdoor rendering of Auld Lang Syne.
Tickets will be a
nominal £5 to cover snacks and a glass of midnight fizz. There will be a paying
bar (last orders at 10.55!). Contact Lynne (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Helen (email@example.com) as soon as possible to volunteer to DJ
(before we contact you!), help and/or to reserve tickets.
Sunday, 1 st January 2020 11am
A gentle 2-5 mile walk starting from Wing Village Hall followed by butties and mulled wine
Led by Paul Kitson (of “walks 100 miles at a time”, Kitson)
We’ll be returning to the Village Hall at the end of the walk for bacon butties (egg for veggies), coffee, tea and beer/mulled wine. For those that prefer not to walk you will be very welcome at the Hall to join in afterwards and indeed to volunteer to help with food and drinks. Vouchers for a butty and drink £5per person (£2.50 for under 18’s).
Vouchers should be purchased in advance for food and drink so that we can gauge numbers from Lynne (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Helen (email@example.com). Volunteers please also contact Lynne or Helen.
Do bring your dogs on the walk but please note that dogs are not permitted in the Village Hall unless they are Assistance Dogs.
20th December 2019 6.30pm-8pm.
Father Christmas on his sleigh will tour the village to admire the
Advent Windows returning to the Village Hall to be greeted by the children and
join them for Hot Chocolate and cookies and a small gift from his sack. The
children and Father Christmas will join the adults in the hall for carols,
mulled wine, mince pies etc.
All villagers will be welcome, the more the merrier! Competitions: Guess
the weight of the hamper. Worst Christmas jumper. Best plate of mince
Tickets are £5 and all accompanied Wing children are free. Proceeds
will be split between the Village Hall and the Church.
To put the village into the holiday spirit we are asking as many of you
as possible to decorate one of your windows – as an Advent Window. You can
choose any theme you wish! Each house will be given an Advent number and a map
will be available to download showing the participating houses and space to
enter the competitions.
Prize for the “Best Window” and a prize will be awarded for the winning
child competition entry.
More information can be obtained from Rhiannon 07802 514404
or Roberta 07740 102497
Please let us know
by November 20th if you would like to take part.
Wing Church Coffee Morning is at Richard and Mary Tulloch, Glenverbie House, on Saturday 16 November at 10:30 am.
CHRISTMAS CARDS Christmas cards from Dove Day Hospice Rutland will be on sale at the church coffee morning on Saturday 16 November. Please support your local (Ridlington) Hospice . Buy your cards while enjoying delicious coffee and cake.
Stamford Shoestring’s next production is:
by JESSICA SWALE
A pre-Christmas treat!
miss this chance to see what promises to be a highly entertaining and thought-
Globe was packed to the rafters when Blue
Stockings was first produced in 2013. Currently it is performed by theatre
companies up and down the country and is hugely popular.
College, Cambridge, was one of the first colleges in Britain to admit women.
year is 1896 and Jessica Swale’s lively play tells the story of Tess Moffat and
a group of ‘first-years’ determined to win the right to a degree. Their story
is followed over one tumultuous year as they encounter the many hurdles in
their way – the class divide, misogyny, and the university opposition – not to
mention the distractions of love. Finally, the whole issue is put to the vote…
knowledge: which would you choose?
In performance at the
Stamford Arts Centre Theatre from:
Tues 3-Sat 7 December 7.45pm – tickets £10 (£8)
Box Office: 01780 763203 www.stamfordartscentre.com (An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books)