Arrows will swoop along for supper

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OPEN FOR COFFEE – The Methodist Church is open to welcome visitors and serve cups of tea and coffee to guests on Friday, February 10, and all are welcome to call in between 10am and 11.30am to have a chat with friends and neighbours while enjoying a cuppa.

The chapel is also a drop off point for Tools for Self Reliance, so if you have been given new gardening or other tools for Christmas, don’t throw the old ones away, drop them at the chapel so they can be repaired or refurbished before being put to good use by the charity.

NEW ZUMBA CLASSES – Party yourself into shape at the Latin-inspired, easy to follow, calorie- burning, dance fitness Zumba classes set to take off at Wragby Sports Hall.

The classes will run on Monday evenings from 7pm-8pm, starting on February 6, and will be licensed instructor Deborah Hickson.

Call 07832 295845 or for more details.

WRAGBY ZOO – Wragby Messy Church, run jointly by the Wragby Methodist Church and All Saints Church, will be creating Wragby Zoo at the next meeting on Wednesday, February 8.

Everyone is invited to go along and take part in this exciting new venture sharing food, crafts and celebration, but children must be accompanied by an adult.

SUPPER CLUB – A representative of the Red Arrows aerobatic team will give a presentation at the next meeting of the Supper Club in the Methodist chapel on Friday, February 17, at 7pm and tickets are now available from Lawrie Lambert on 01673 857515 or Sue Johnson on 01673 858265.

The charge is £4 for adults and £2 for children 14 years and under.

More details are available by calling Lawrie Lambert on 01673 857515.

POOL – Lincolnshire folk legends The Ruffs stepped in to help save Wragby Swimming Pool from closure by holding a charity concert at Wragby Primary School on Friday, January 20.

Unfortunately it was not very well supported by members of the public, but it did manage to raise a total of £211.50 – which included a donation of £40 from the band.

Sincere thanks were expressed to them for this kind donation and for organising the event.

Every pound raised will go towards the running of the pool.

WHIST – Results of the whist drive held at Wragby Town Hall on Friday, January 20: £5 snowball Mrs R Dixon, 1st lady Miss E Hotchin, 2nd lady Mrs E Cockrell, 3rd lady Mrs J Fletcher, 1st gent Mr J Bartlett, 2nd gent Mr B Pixsley, 3rd gent Mr R King and Mrs E Stubbs; lady most 3s and 5s Mrs B Brumpton; lowest score gent Mrs M Horton; miniature Mrs E Cockrell and Mr J Bartlett.