What’s happening where you live?
Library closure - The Wragby Community Group is hosting a public meeting at the Town Hall on Tuesday August 20 in a show of support against the proposed closure of the town’s library.
Rainbows - The 1st Wragby Rainbows celebrated their end of term with the annual mum’s and daughter’s water fight.
Layla Smith, Sophie Rowson, Jemimah Tyrrell and Mia Woods made their promises and became Rainbows.
There will be new places when Rainbows resumes on Monday September 9.
September 9 will also be Party Night as the Wragby Rainbows will be celebrating their 25th birthday.
For more information contact Andrew Ward 01673 858302.
Supper Club - The August meeting will be held on August 16 and a visit will be made to the Louth Museum - to be there at 6.50pm.
If anyone is interested contact Lawrie 01673 857515, Mo 01673 858334 or Sue 01673 858265.
Messy Church - Jointly run by Wragby Methodist and Wragby All Saints Church, the next meeting will be held on Thursday August 8.
There will be a picnic and games in Dove Park from 3pm.
Pipe Organ - The Methodist Church is having extensive renovation work done on the pipe organ, which is Wragby’s War memorial.
A service of re-dedication will be held on Saturday September 14 at 5pm.
This will be preceded by a ‘Hymnathon’ with guest organists playing chosen hymns from 2pm.
Afternoon tea will be served from 3pm.
For more information contact Mo 01673 858334 or Les 01673 857063.
Everyone welcome to attend.
Wragby Community Gardeners - A coach trip to the Royal Horticultural Society Gardens at Wisley was enjoyed by all on a lovely summer’s day.
Family bingo - At the recent Saturday night family bingo, £145 was raised in aid of the town hall refurbishment. Thanks to everyone who gave their support while enjoying an evening out.
WI - ‘Oh- I do like to be beside the seaside’ and recently Wragby and Langworth WI joined up for a coach party to Bridlington.
On the outward journey a stop to Wolds Lavender was made.
The raffle raised £75 and the proceeds were donated to the Royal British Legion.
Garden party - Sally and Alan Bray invited all to a traditional garden party with many things to enjoy.
There were lots of games to take part in including throwing the horse shoe, welly wanging, bowling for a joint of pork and darts to win a duck for the adults while an obstacle course was set up to keep the children happily occupied
Margaret Stayman judged the children’s fancy dress and Paul Johnson took on the duty of auctioneer to sell a wooden wishing well decorated with flowers which had been made by Terry Ringrose.
More than £800 was raised for St Martin’s Parish Church
Graduating - Little ones at Binbrook Early Learners rounded off their time at the preschool with a graduation afternoon.
The event began with a picnic for all children and parents, followed by entertainment from Burger Bill.
The afternoon finished with a Graduation Ceremony where the children were presented with a certificate and a leavers gift.
Binbrook Early Learners reopens on Thursday, September 5, when there will be spaces for children aged two to school age.
The setting offers 2-year-old funding, for families meeting the criteria, as well as standard funding for all 3 and 4 year olds.