News from Wragby and East Barkwith
Pre-School - The Pre-School provides for children aged from two and half up to school age, five days a week during term time from 9am to 3pm.
The Pre-School has a few vacancies and the manager, Heather Wipprecht, can be contacted during opening hours on 01673 858594 and will be happy to help parents and provide further details.
Little Angels - The Little Angels Toddler Group, managed by the Pre-School committee, is waiting to welcome them at their meetings at Wragby Town Hall each Monday morning during term time.
They can take their parents and carers along too and anyone with children from new babies up to school age is invited to the meetings held from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Lise Alexander is the co-ordinator for the group and if you would like any further information you can call her on 07505 439876.
Table Top Sale - Wragby Beaver, Cub and Scout Group are organising a table top sale at the Town Hall on Saturday February 2 starting at 1pm.
Proceeds will go towards fundraising for Poacher 13, an international camp at Lincolnshire Showground.
The charge is £5 to set up a table, and if you are interested please call Rebecca on 07815 080862, or talk to any of the Scout Group leaders who would be happy to help.
The member of the Scout units will be selling their own goods too.
Village Market - The Town Hall was packed with stalls and customers when the first Village Market was held.
Arranged by Viv Moss and Carole Watts, a total of £1,759 was raised for the Play Park Refurbishing Fund.
The next one is planned for Sunday April 7, and a stall can be set up free of charge.
It will last from 10am to 2pm and if you are interested contact Viv via e-mail: email@example.com.
The Pre-School was the chosen charity to benefit from the first Village Market.
Mega May Fayre -Members of the Joint Uniformed Headquarters Management Committee (Guiding and Scouting) are putting together their 3rd Annual Mega May Fayre to be held at Wragby Town Hall on Saturday May 18 from 1pm through till 5pm.
A fun packed action day including: free admission; and a wide variety of stalls – local groups/organisations, charity and trade, games and competitions
Anyone interested in having a stall contact Andrea Ward on 01673 858302 or Gill Garrill on 01673 857599.
Local groups/organisations stalls cost £7, charities £12 and Trade £17.
Spaces are very limited so it is recommended that people book early.
WRVS - Vulnerable people living in Wragby will now be able to call for help - thanks to big-hearted volunteers from the WRVS.
Their ‘‘Good Neighbour’ scheme now offers a home visiting service to residents who could benefit from support.
Staffed by trained and registered volunteers, the scheme will help people with a variety of needs, including visits to hospital, prescription pick-ups and small DIY jobs.
The scheme has proved popular in various other places and officials have high hopes it will attract plenty of interest in Wragby. Anyone wanting to call the service can telephone 01673 858607.
The first meeting of the new year for the Barkwith and District Gardeners Association, due to be held on Friday, was postponed as the forecast threatened severe weather conditions.
It has now been re-arranged for this Friday, February 1, 7.30pm in the village hall as a social evening with a cheese and wine buffet.
There will be quizzes for added interest and as a change from the usual raffle, a tombola is planned too.