The fete took place on Saturday, 6th September, had good weather and raised £1,271 despite charging pocket money prices for traditional games, cream teas and cakes.
All are welcome to an evening of ukulele music in the grounds of Riversdale, 50 Mill Way, CB3 9NB. Tickets on the door are £6 for adults or two for £10, concessions £3. Funds will go to Against Malaria, a charity distributing bednets to prevent illness and death from malaria. Every £6 entrance fee will buy protection for 6 people on average.
Parking (chargeable) is available opposite Riversdale in the Orchard Tea Gardens from 6:30pm.
All are invited to Bike Life 2014 which will be held at Trumpington Pavilion and King George V Playing Field from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm (the race will pass along Trumpington Road, the High Street and Shelford Road about 12:25). See the Trumpington Pavilion What’s On page for information: http://www.trumpingtonresidentsassociation.org/Pavilion_programme.html
Next steps for Grantchester Church
New dog poo bin
Local business: The crank & sprocket
Superfast broadband update
Grantchester Relief In Need
Fun run team to help pay for footpath upgrade
Cricket club fun run
Bridleway – M11 planting
Gardening – wild meadows
July & August 1914
Cabinet 4 is now live as of today 24-Jun-14 and ISPs are accepting orders for FTTC.
As a reminder this is the link to the cabinet/line checker: here
(As an aside when you run the checker you may find the speeds quoted by BT are rather conservative…)
Everyone living in the village and any guests staying with them are invited to the party in the grounds of Grape House, Coton Road (opposite Burnt Close). There will be a bouncy castle, giant Connect 4 and a glass of wine or tea as well as strawberries and cream for all. The party is free but it would be helpful if you could email margaretbarwise (at) btinternet.com saying how many in your family intend to come so that we can plan the catering.
Representatives from the village’s sports and social clubs, artistic community and the PCC and Parish Council will be there to explain what they do and gather your views. Jethro from Lovely Day (producers of “Grantchester”) will be there to discuss how the filming is going and there’ll be an opportunity to suggest how you feel the money donated to the village should be spent.
Here are some photos from last year’s event: