The September 2009 edition of Tower and Tap is now available here: tt_september_09
Some good news – Swindon Borough Council have finally agreed that we should have an integrated plan for the development of the village.
Parish Council Chairman Colin McEwen said
“this is a sensible decision that enables us to include the existing village and two planned housing schemes in an integrated plan. We can’t do much about the quantity of houses, but we can influence the quality of the design”
The meeting point is a monthly coffee morning with table top sales held at the Village Hall.
Homemade cakes, tuck shop, gifts, card, Fairtrade items – there’s always a variety of different things to see and buy each month – and you never know who you might meet.
If you wish to book a table for selling then contact Vicky Fleming (details below):
- £5 if you live in the village.
- £10 if you live outside the village.
Contact: Vicky Fleming
Tel: 01793 827021
Jenny McEwen: 01793 825312
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Monday 14th – Friday 18th September – Club Holiday
Our first attempt at a club holiday was a success; everyone indicated they were glad they signed up to go. The holiday base was Rhyl in North Wales. The weather was fine and the hotel adequate. Trips out were to Betws-y-Coed and Chester. The trip home was over the Horseshoe Pass to Llangollen.
Tuesday 8th September 2009
This afternoon meeting was the start of our Autumn/Winter programme. We were entertained by Lynda Warren who told us humorous tales on making shows and films with the many unusual props that were required for them. Lynda had lots of photographs of the props and show shots for us to view after the talk.