As all Grantchester residents know, Christmas Day is just a prelude to the main event of the season – the barrel race on Boxing Day. The event will start as usual at 12pm on 26th December and this year will support the Samaritans and Grantchester Parochial Church Council. All are welcome!
More details of the event can be found here.
Most properties in Grantchester thankfully don’t suffer from flooding but if you are affected, here’s who to contact:
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If you own land adjoining, above or with a watercourse running through it, you have certain rights and responsibilities. In legal terms you are a ‘riparian owner’. If you rent the land you should agree with the owner who should manage these rights and responsibilities. This document explains your rights and responsibilities.
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1 in 4 people will experience a mental heath problem within a year. This document provides details of services to help people with mild to moderate mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. These can be used for self-referral or by health professionals.
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The newsletter is aimed not just at Adult Safeguarding Leads, but all people who work with or support vulnerable adults, including family carers and those people who use services. It provides updates and information about current topics relating to Safeguarding Adults, The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Standards.
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The first episode of “Grantchester” based on James Runcie’s “Grantchester Mysteries” will be broadcast on Monday, 6th October at 9pm on ITV. Please click here for further details.
This will be at 2:30pm on Sunday, 19th October at North End House, Broadway by kind invitation of Adrian and Jane Frost. All are welcome, with or without apples. Please bring bottles for juice. Please call Liz Neville on 846631 if you have any questions. Please click here for more details and photos of this annual activity.
All are invited to a sumptuous meal in the Village Hall at 7:30pm on Friday, 10th October with a buffet main course, followed by homemade desserts. Tickets are £6 per adult and £4 per child under 12. All proceeds will go to Fine Cell Work, a social enterprise that trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem. Please contact Hazel Offord 844762 or Liz.neville <at> btconnect.com for tickets.