Hampton Court Flower Show 5 – 10 July 2016
We wonder if sufficient people would be interested in a coach trip from Wing ?
We think the coach and admission would be £55 -£60 (no concession’s) It will be non-profitmaking venture.
It is a long way ahead, but all we need at present is an expression of interest to see if there is any point getting costings for a coach etc. We would need a firm commitment and 50% deposit in the spring.
If interested in more information,please contact Joanne Beaver 737286 or Judith Leahy 737199, leaving your name and a contact telephone number by 10 January.
The minutes of the November Committee meeting are posted here
Mary Rodgers is rounding up help for the Seniors Christmas lunch:
Saturday 12th December at 4.00pm for decorating the hall, laying tables etc. and vegetable preparation and Sunday 13th for serving, clearing and washing up. Please let her know if you can help on those dates. Please contact her on 737475.
As is traditional at these events we will be having a raffle. However it is also traditional to ask for prizes to be donated. Any item will be gratefully accepted. Just let Mary Rogers on 737475 or Paul Brewer at Thursday Coffee morning know if you will be providing one .
Diana Bremer-Goldie: 1925-2015. Long time Wing resident, Diana passed away peacefully at Greetham Nursing Home. Many family and friends gathered at Peterborough Crematorium and afterwards at The Old Forge, Wing to commemorate and celebrate her long and interesting life. She will be sadly missed.
Treasurers Report for November 2015
The latest Village Hall Treasurers Report has now been published here in the Village Hall Management section.
Plucking from the jaws of defeat the village hall committee have been able to recover from the loss of not only Jeanette but Jan, until now organisers of the Christmas
bean feast Lunch.
If you would like to come and can prove your are senior then please give your name to Mary Rogers on 737475 or Paul Brewer at Thursday Coffee morning.
At this time the date SUNDAY 13 DECEMBER
has been booked and the time will be lunch time.
Don’t be bashful, come and show your face and enjoy not only good company but some excellent food.
If you have the overpowering desire to help, contact Mary, servers are needed.
A remarkable display season that took her to supporters across the country, including 3 appearances over Rutland Water, and a remarkable chapter in British aviation history, closed when XH558 touched down for the last time on Wednesday. It was a tense morning as rain lashed the hangar with the agreed take-off time fast approaching, but thanks to the flexibility of the airport, a later slot was provided and the final flight of one of the world’s most magnificent aircraft was given the green light.
For more information see the latest news from XH558
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|Andy Wylie (Police, PCSO, Rutland)
Attempt Burglary in Glaston
Crime Number : 15000112873
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following an attempted burglary at a home in Main Street, Glaston between 8am and 5.45pm on Wednesday 27thOctober 2015. Entry not gained but crow bar marks found on windows and a door.
Burglary in Stoke Dry
Crime Number : 15000112824
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a home in Stoke Dry between 11am and 4.18pm on Wednesday 27th October 2015. Entry gained after the glass in the front door was smashed. A valuable statue was stolen.
Burglary in Caldecott
Crime Number : 15000113773
Police in Rutland are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a home on Main Street in Caldecott at around 2.15pm on Thursday 29th October 2015. Entry was gained via a patio door and a quantity of jewellery was stolen. Four males dressed in grey and black, one wearing a black baseball cap where seen to run to a black Mercedes or BMW estate on false plates, registration number LK63XMZ which was parked on the Main Street. The vehicle then headed off in the direction of Uppingham and then onto the A47 towards Peterborough.
TARGET HARDING: With the nights drawing in early please ensure all windows and doors to your homes are checked and secured and that timers switched are set to come on if you are due to return home after dark.
If you have any information on the above crimes please call Leicestershire Police on 101. If you see anyone acting suspiciously around property in your area please call Leicestershire Police on 999.