25 Jan 2009

More bits and bobs of local news

Bits and bobs of local news:

Photo: Tarot reader Cate Montgomery in local paper - see below

Art Classes in Randwick: at John Wesley Room and Village Hall: 8weeks from 2 to 4pm for 8weeks from 28th Jan - £64 - welcome to free taster before signing up - call Judith Newman, Village Agent on 07776 245791

Randwick Runner Editor needed: call Sheila Bliss on 752478

Revellers Pantomime: 6th and 7th Fe - tickets from the Vine Tree

Monthly Coffee Morning: Sat 7th Feb with bring and buy and raffle at Randwick Church

Runnickers on Hadrians Wall talk: 7.30pm 26th Feb - Allan Smith of Randwick Historical Association - more details from 764289 0r 763485.

Spaces available at local Woodcraft group: Elfins aged 6 to 9 have spaces at the moment - more details here. The photo is from last Thursday when we went to Glos Climbing centre.

Gardening Assistance Scheme: up to 12 sesssions free for ex-service personnel otherwise £4 per hour for those who qualify - call Care and Repair on 767154 or ring Village Agent Judith Newman on 07776 245791

Tarot readings in Randwick: Local resident Cate Montgomery is offering people the chance to dip into the future. The former property lawyer-turned is launching a series of tarot card reading sessions later this month. She also has a workshop on January 31 at the Coffee Mill in Upper Mills Trading Estate, Stonehouse, between 9.30am and 4.30pm. Tickets cost £49 and people should take their own Rider Waite tarot deck. For details, ring Cate on 07970 550076.

Rob Hopkins in Minchinhampton: founder of the worldwide Transition Towns movement is coming to start Transition Minch on 11th Feb at 7.30 in Holy Trinity Church, Minch. Tickets (£5, or £4 concessions) are available from outlets in the town, including M&B Stores, The Crown, and Taylors butchers, or from 01453 885707 or transitionminch@btinternet.com

84 towns already in this country including Stroud and movement spreading to US.

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