Saturday 30 November 2019

New CRAFT CLUB in Little Ness

Dear Blogger

Message from Karen Smith, Little Ness.

I am also helping to launch

A CRAFT CLUB in Little Ness Village Hall. 

We will meet from 2pm-4pm every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.  The cost is ú2 per person and this includes a cuppa and a biscuit.  We are inviting anyone who does any craft activity at home to bring their work and craft in company.  We are hoping that, it takes off and we'll be able to learn new crafts from each other and eventually get some outside people in to run workshops.  This club starts on 13th January.  As long as the craft is portable, anyone is welcome. 

There is also a Facebook page @littlenesscrtaftclub

Astronomical Society meetings at Little Ness

Dear Blogger

Message from Karen Smith, Little Ness.

I am a member of Shropshire Astronomical Society and we meet at 8pm at Little Ness village hall on the 2nd Saturday of the month until April.  We don't meet between May and August because the nights are so light we'd be there until very late looking for stars!  Anyone is welcome to join us and the event is free.  No telescopes are necessary as our members bring some and are more than happy for people to look through them.  Stan Courtney leads the sessions and he's more than happy to explain how telescopes work and what you are looking at when you stargaze.  We have the use of the hall for toilets but people would need to bring their own refreshments and wrap up warm, even in the warmer months.  Stan will be there even if it's cloudy to help with any telescope queries and we stay until it gets to cold or to cloudy.  Our remaining viewing dates are:

December 14th
Jan 11th
Feb 8th
April 11th

More details can be found on Facebook @SASAstroSoc

Take Care - damage to drain in Church Street

Dear Blogger

Message from David Shearan - See attached photograph

Take care when walking or cycling along Church Street on the South side because the masonry around a drain situated between the Talbot and Hall Farm has been damaged and the drain is unstable and unsafe.

If any weight is put on it, it moves around and debris falls into the gully. It feels as if collapse is likely particularly as heavy vehicles continue to roll over it

Shropshire Council Highway Maintenance teams have been informed
and hopefully will be undertaking repairs soon.

Thursday 28 November 2019

Christmas Bingo at Nesscliffe Village Hall

Dear Blogger

Message from Margaret Lycett.


 Friday December 6th.  Doors Open 7.00 Eyes Down 7.30

Great prizes - Entry ú1 to include supper - Draw for a local charity