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The bouquet of flowers was from all her village friends bought with some of the donated money. Lovely day. We sang Happy Birthday in the morning when the card from the queen arrived. We gave her the bouquet at 3 pm and sang Happy Birthday once more.
We did our best to make it as memorable as we could .
Look out for notification of ‘re planned party, in the autumn when hopefully we will be free to mingle once more.

Beautiful cake. Sue Hodson is an artist !

Wing Easter Children's Crafts

Unfortunately we won’t be able to go ahead with the Easter Children’s Crafts on 4 April.  We know this will be disappointing but we are hoping to deliver a little pack of activities/treats to anyone who would have liked to take part.
As soon as the restrictions are lifted, we will look to organise a new children’s crafts event so please watch this space.

Stamford Concert Singers concert cancelled

We are sorry to announce that the Stamford Concert Singers concert scheduled for next Saturday 21 March in Wing Village Hall is postponed due to concerns around coronavirus.  We will aim to announce a revised date in the autumn when the position becomes clearer.  Anyone who has purchased tickets please contact Helen Bateman if you would like a refund alternatively we are happy to hold your booking for the revised date.

Coronavirus and Covid-19

CORONAVIRUS is the virus

COVID-19 is the disease it causes.

If you are reading this then you can access the NHS 111 service by clicking here rather than by phone.

From Neighbourhood Watch:

You will all be aware of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Neighbourhood Watch exists to look out for communities across England and Wales and at a time like this we encourage you to consider ways to keep yourself, your loved ones and those in your community safe, particularly the isolated and vulnerable. We are following the advice from the government and encourage you to do the same:

10 ways you, as a Neighbourhood Watch supporter, can protect yourself, your loved ones and your community:

  1. Meet with household members, other relatives, friends and neighbours to discuss what to do if a COVID-19 outbreak occurs in your community and what the needs of each person will be.
  2. If your neighbourhood has a website or social media page, consider joining it to maintain access to neighbours, information, and resources. Alternatively, share phone numbers and email addresses particularly with those who are isolated or vulnerable.
  3. Consider establishing a ‘buddy’ system within your community to ensure everyone stays connected to COVID-19 related news, services and can receive support safely, such as essentials deliveries.
  4. Plan ways to care for those who might be at greater risk for serious complications. 
  5. Choose a room in your home that can be used to separate sick household members from those who are healthy. 
  6. Learn how to self-isolate. Guidance can be found on the NHS website:
  7. Create a list of local organisations that you and your neighbours can contact in the event that one of you need access to information, healthcare services, support, or resources. Consider including organisations that provide mental health or counselling services, food, and other supplies.
  8. Create an emergency contact list of family, friends, neighbours, healthcare providers, teachers, employers, the local public health department, and other community resources.
  9. Learn about the emergency operations plan at your child’s school or childcare facility, and your employer’s emergency operations plan.
  10. Practice everyday preventive actions including regular hand washing.
    1. The NHS provides guidance on how to wash hands:  
    2. The World Health Organisation provides guidance on basic protective measures:
    3. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention provides guidance on handwashing for families

Please note: whilst we encourage you to follow advice from UK Government we are also sharing links to organisations such as the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention an agency which works 24/7 to protect the safety, health, and security of America from threats here and around the world. Some of our key points above have been sourced from:

The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention also published (14th February 2020) Interim Guidance for Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Homes and Residential Communities which you may find useful:

Regards and keep well,
Central Support Team at Neighbourhood Watch


Performing at Wing Village Hall 7.30 pm on Saturday 21st March 2020,

Presented by Stamford Concert Singers, a lively compilation of tuneful well known songs from stage and screen expertly compiled by Musical Director, Rod Dawkins.

Licensed bar with nibbles.  Tickets £10, available from Helen Bateman 737499 or Alice Hill 737516. 

Proceeds shared between Wing Church and the Singers.