Upcoming diary dates
Next Village Hall Committee meeting: Tuesday 12th , 7.30 in hall committee room
Next Parish Council meeting: November 19th 7.30 in hall committee room - all welcome to attend
Next Cream Teas at the village hall, in aid of the Toddlers' Group, 20th October, 3.30 to 5.30.
Cream Teas run by the Bio-diversity group - talk, exhibition, photo competition etc, Sunday 17th November. Go to our Greenfingers/Biodiversity page to see what's happening!
Stretton has a Facebook account:
Join our Facebook group 'Stretton-on-Fosse Online'. We have an account so that Strettonites and friends can use it for comments about the village and events, advertise events, sell or re-cycle or ask to buy items, lost and found, start conversations about what interests you about the village, suggestions for the village hall and parish council, fund-raising, post photos etc.
The Village Playground:
Thank you to all who have donated, and those who have hosted and supported the football, darts, horse racing, afternoon tea and music concert fundraising events.
We have now managed to raise a fantastic £27K in about 14 months. Your new playground is here!
Crime and Neighbourhood Watch:
Contact Penny White on 01608 663811 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept informed. Do report anything suspicious to her or directly to the police (101 for non-emergency).
The parish council gets regular reports of suspicious activity and crimes from the Shipston police which can be passed on if Penny has your email address. NB you do have to send your email address to Penny – being on the parish council newsletter list is not the same thing!
You can also sign up to the Shipston Rural Watch for reports from the police e.g. suspicious vehicles etc at: Shipston.Rural.Watch@warwickshire.pnn.police.uk
The mobile library:
There is a Warwickshire mobile library service which visits the car park of the village hall at 10.10 till 10.30 every third Friday. The next visit is on 6/7.
Each mobile service has:
large and small print titles
books for young children
no fines or charges and free book requests
information on the Internet
local, library and County Council information screens
Access and comfort:
low entrance with two small steps
ramp at the rear for wheelchair users
There is also a Home Library Service. This service delivers library books to people who can’t get to the mobile library due to ill health or disability. Contact: 01926 851031. There is additional information up on notice-boards or phone Izzi (661816) and she will bring you the information.