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  1. 18th May 2017

     Hello All,

     Sorry, missed last week's update...

     Don't forget, tomorrow Friday 19th, both events have been cancelled.

    There is NO Bridget's Coffee Morning and there is NO coffee evening at Prue and Roy's. This has been postponed unitl 30th June when it will be held at Paul and Ros Bayliss's home.

     There is however a Christian Aid Week collection in Tenbury tomorrow! which would be very grateful for support. You can also give via their website or direct to me. A big thank you to Ros B and to Ray P for helping with the collection.

     Saturday: 7.30pm a concert in church by The Edge Chamber Choir, their first time in St Michaels and including a new piece written for the concert. Tickets from Harlequin Gifts or on door (£7, under 21 £4

    Sunday: 11.30am Family Communion service with a family of baptisms - 3 youngsters from the Tyler family. Ros P is sidesman and reader TBC.

    Thursday 25th, 6.30pm, there is an Ascension Day service in Tenbury to which all are welcome.

    Ros says: time to putting by bric-a-brac, books, tombola/raffle prizes and plants ready for the fete which is a little earlier this year, on Sunday 25th June.

    Don't forget to book your place for the musical lunch in church on June 11th - call Janet on 01584 810328.

    Jo at Cheeses Pitch Cottage says: she is running craft workshops as below

    Decoupage Workshops: Saturday 20 May 10.00-13.00

    Maximum of 4 persons per workshop, learn how to transform furniture, glass and other items by using chalk paints and Decoupage techniques. All materials and equipment provided £25.00

    Image transfer Workshops: Tuesday 23 May, Thursday 25 May and Saturday 27 May all at 10.00-13.00

    Maximum of 4 persons per workshop, learn various techniques to transfer images, typography and photographs onto wood and furniture. All materials and equipment provided £25.00

    Bookings can made via www.haybarntenburywells.com or email haybarntenburywells@gmail.com or telephone 01568 750306 

    Wendy Jones says: RDA Carriage Driving has started the new season at The Meadows on 11th May at 2pm and Thursdays thereafter, until October. The drive takes place from the Meadows along Cinders Lane to Wilden and back . Visitors welcome.

    That's all for now so....

    until next week

    Julie

  2. FLYING

    To begin the launch of the “Good neighbour scheme”, called KITE, on the 6th April 2017 a small fleet of kites led by a mixed group of enthusiasts and volunteers were raced up and down the common until they took off, caught the wind and successfully took flight!

    This kite flying was a real hit with young and old alike, villagers and councillors alike! Professionals appeared and we all learned such a lot! Infect we believe a new hobby might well become a huge hit and you may well see more of this exciting pastime.

    Coffee and biscuits were gratefully accepted by those taking part from Gwen Arnold and her hospitality.

    We didn’t however forget the real reason we were there on the common – to raise awareness of the true purpose of KITE – Keeping In Touch with Everyone!!

    LAUNCHING

    On Friday 21st April at out monthly coffee morning in the village hall we held a presentation of the format of KITE and the way it works. Volunteers, co-ordinators and scouts were present as well as representatives from the local community support Police, GP practice nurse navigator and WISH.

    Brochures were distributed and further explanations of KITE were given by Eric Hudson and Ros Plested with a concluding piece and blessing from Rev. Sian Harris.

    Kite was launched and a very happy throng of people applauded. A £100 was raised from Muriel’s square board and Linda’s tom bola stall, this was donated to KITE at the end of the coffee morning launch.

    BLESSED OFF

    On Monday 24th April, a group of KITE volunteers were invited to take part in the service of dedication and blessing of the new altar table, new dais at St Mary’s church, Tenbury Wells and St. Michaels Good Neighbour Scheme, KITE!

    A lovely service was held, led by Bishop Alistair of Ludlow. After the blessing of the altar table and dais, KITE were invited up to be blessed which followed a short presentation of what its function and procedure is all about.

    I think at long last, we have flown, launched and been blessed – so now we are OPEN and as we speak, can confirm we are already helping client no 6!! In our first week.

    Please don’t be afraid to call and use us, so we don’t float around in orbit!

    KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH EVERYONE!!