Friday, 13 September 2019

Paintings in the pub

Dear Blogger

Message from Ali Tickner, Oswestry.

  Paintings in the Pub û Jon Young Art and Holly Hayward Art

New exhibition at The Keys, St Martins, 2nd û 4th October

MINING HISTORY COMMEMORATION

Following on from Jon YoungÆs successful Coastal Exhibition last year, John and Vicky Smout will be hosting a second art exhibition at The Keys in St. Martins this October. To continue the commemoration of the closure of Ifton Colliery, a second artist, Holly Hayward, will also exhibit.


Jon Young will again be exhibiting a range of beautifully colourful artwork from his collections of ôPeople and Placesö, including stunning images from around the Welsh coastline.


Holly Hayward, from Hordley, whose grandfather worked at Ifton Colliery, has drawn upon her personal links to the local coal mining industry and interviews with many former miners to produce paintings with a personal touch under the theme ôThe MinerÆs Lampö. The numbers on the lamps can be traced back to their owners and the stories from the lampsÆ owners are a feature of her work, as well as the rich vivid colours of the now redundant machinery.


Everyone is welcome to the exhibition and admission is free. Jon and Holly would love as many people as possible to see the beautiful artwork. If you know ex-miners or their relatives, please spread the word about this glorious event and you are in possession of a minerÆs lamp, please bring it along and tell us about its owner.


The Keys will be open for normal daily service and meals can be booked in advance. We look forward to seeing you.

 ôPaintings in the Pubö will run from 2nd û 4th October

www.jonyoungart.co.uk

www.hollyhaywardart.weebly.com

www.thekeys-stmartins.co.uk


Quiet Garden Day at Hill View Barn - 25th September

Dear Blogger

Message from Pam Pritchard, Little Ness Road.

There will be a Quiet Garden day at Hill View Barn, Little Ness Road, Ruyton X1 Towns, on Wednesday, 25th September
10.0 am - 3.30 pm or half day if preferred.    This will be the last Quiet day I shall be holding this year.
Entrance is free but a donation of ú4 for the Quiet Gardens Trust would be appreciated.

Come along and experience peace and tranquility in the natural world.

Please contact:. Pam Pritchard
Tel.  01939 260358


Thursday, 12 September 2019

Mile End roundbout improvements consultation paper

Dear Blogger

Messaage from Dianne Dorrell <dianne.dorrell@shropshire.gov.uk> forwarded by Sue Hackett   Parish Clerk.

Dear Sirs,

Please find attached a copy of the poster advertising the upcoming Public Consultation event for the Oswestry Mile End Roundabout Improvements.  

If you require any further information regarding this event, please do not hesitate in contacting myself.

Kind Regards  

Dylan Purewal EngTech MICE

Undergraduate Engineer (NEC Accredited Supervisor)



T +44 (0) 1743 501125

 2nd Floor, Shirehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury SY2 6ND

 

Last chance to see LADS` wonderful production of Richard III

Dear Blogger

Message from Pam Johnson, Llanymynech Amateur Theatrical Society.

Hopefully you will be able to open the super photographs which came with Pam`s email.


After 3 fabulous performances there are 2 more chances to catch this wonderful production of Richard III
at
The Walker Theatre, Theatre Severn
Tues 17th & Weds 18th September 7.30pm
Tickets ú17.50 online at Theatre Severn or
www.ladstheatre.co.uk

For any queries call Pam Johnson on 01691 658032


Photos below from the Willow Globe performances 
 

In Baschurch A play with dementia at its heart

Dear Blogger

Message from David Shearan.  See also message from Lucinda our Vicar on 3rd September.

The Disappearance of Eliza Grey is a play that has dementia at its heart. It is a travelling play 
that is being hosted near to us at All Saints Church in Baschurch.   

Saturday 14th September All Saints Church, Baschurch at 7pm

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Drains & Gullies - cleared to discourage flooding

Dear Blogger

Message from David Shearan.

DRAINS & GULLIES


During the summer there were at least two storms that caused localised flooding. The drains were unable to cope with the volume of water, partly due to the fact that some drains had become previously silted up. There is more on this and on what has been done to resolve the problems on the Parish Council website. Follow the link below for full details



http://www.ruytonxitownsparishcouncil.org.uk/drains-and-gullies/


Knockin Badmington Club starts again until the end of April 2020

Dear Blogger

Message from Margaret Lycett.

KNOCKIN BADMINTON CLUB - Wednesdays until the end of April 2020

Beginning Wednesday 11th September at 7.45pm

Knockin Assembly Rooms - All abilities  - New members always welcome

Details from Margaret 01939 261 177   Margaretlycett1@gmail.com

                    Maureen 01691 656 833   Maureen.wynn@btinternet.com


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