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What’s happening in Wragby and Great Limber

Great Limber

Christmas Fair - Start December off on a festive note and go along to the Christmas Fair in the village hall on December 1, 11am to 4pm.

There will be a vast array of seasonal craft stalls, as well as a raffle and tombola.

The bar will be open and other refreshments including mulled wine.

More details : 01469 560930 or at greatlimbervillagehall.webs.com/

Wragby

Fairtrade Christmas Day - The recent Fairtrade Day held at the home of Keith and Liz Stephenson in Langton by Wragby, was once again, a great success.

More than £1,500 worth of goods were sold and the money from the refreshments raised a further £120.

Thanks go to all the helpers on the day, selling goods, taking orders, preparing the lunch and refreshments and being excellent hosts.

Village Market - The town hall is the place to be on Sunday December 1 for the next Village Market, where there will be a festive theme as the doors open from 10am to 2pm.

Admission is free for shoppers and there will be a wide variety of goods for sale, including home made and fresh produce and gift wares.

Stalls are available at £8 each and more information is available from Viv Moss on viv_moss @hotmail.co.uk.

Whist - Results of the recent drive were: Ladies - 1 Mrs J Woodthorpe, 2 Mrs M Abelwhite, 3 Mrs Y Watson; Gents - 1 Mr R King, 2 Mr R Dixon and Mr M Swift; Most 5s - Mrs M Needham; Most 8s - Mr B Pixsley.

Winners of the miniature were Mr N Carmichael and Mrs R Hilton.

Surgery news - Raffle and refreshments were on offer at the recent flu jab mop up morning at the surgery and a pleasing total of £456.27 was raised for the equipment fund.

Over the last 15 years the Wragby Surgery Equipment Fund has raised a massive total of £15,000, with a further £9,000 in donations.

This was made possible by the hard work of Anne Buffham and Caroline Hydes and their band of supporters.

Numerous pieces of equipment have been purchased including the electric couch, hearing loop, magnifying glasses, the autoclave, pulse oxymeter and so much more.

At the end of this year, Anne and Caroline will be retiring from their role or fundraising organisers but will be willing to give advice and support to any patients who wish to carry on the work.

For more details contact the practice manager at the surgery.

Shopping Evening - The Annual Christmas Shopping Evening organised by members of the Methodist Church, was held at the Town Hall, when more than 20 traders attended giving a very wide variety of goods with something to suit all tastes.

Despite the weather not being very kind, keeping some of the regular shoppers at home, around £400 was raised from the refreshments, tombola and raffle.

This will go towards the refurbishment of the kitchen in the Methodist Church and thanks go to all who attended.

And if anyone has any information as to where the 18 stolen road signs have gone to, please contact the police.