Supper, coffee, library and whist.
Supper Club - After an enjoyable supper, Caroline Swindin from St Barnabas Hospice gave an enlightening talk.
The profit from the supper, along with donations, amounted to £207, which has now been passed onto the hospice.
The club will be starting their outside meetings in May, the first one being at Alford Manor House.
Booking is essential for catering arrangements.
For more information contact Lawrie Lambert on 01673 857515, Mo Fricke 01673 858334 or Sue Johnson 01673 858265.
You do not have to be a member to attend any of the meetings – all welcome.
Coffee morning - The Methodist Church holds a coffee morning on the second Friday of every month from 10am to 11.30am.
The next one is on May 9, with donations to the Air Ambulance Appeal.
To celebrate 120 years of worship in the current building, it has been decided donations will be made to local charity groups.
Anyone who would like to organise a coffee morning for a local charity can contact Ann Lambert on 01673 857515 to book a date.
From the April coffee morning, £35 was donated to the Red Cross.
Community Group News - From May, the building that houses the library will be known as a “Community Hub” – name change but the same service.
There will also be new opening hours and these will be displayed on the community notice board in the Market Place.
Whist -Results of the recent whist drives held in the town hall were: Ladies - 1 Mrs R Dixon, 2 Mrs M Needham, 3 Mrs L Swift and Mrs B Blades; Gents - 1 Mr M Swift, 2 Mr J Lloyd, 3 Mr J Bartlett and Mrs A Hodgson; Most 2s - Miss E Hotchin, Most 5s - Mr B Pixsley and Mrs R Foster; Miniature Mrs A Hodgson and Miss E Hotchin;; Ladies - 1 Mrs B Brammer, 2 Mrs J Woodthorpe, 3 Mrs Y Watson; Gents - 1 Mr B Pixsley, 2 Mrs T Humberstone, 3 Mr R King; Lowest Score - Miss E Hotchin; Lowest 1st half - Mr R Dixon; Miniature - Mr E Taylor and Mrs M Needham.