If this edition of The Journal reaches you in time, don’t forget we are running the Littlethorpe Scarecrow Festival from 16th to 23rd September, with the theme All Things Royal.
On the final day, Saturday 23rd September, we will be serving afternoon teas in the village hall, along with games, a cake stall (any cake donations gratefully received on the day), a tombola and a raffle. Please do come along.
Art Club Trip
Back on Thursday 13th July, a group from the fortnightly Littlethorpe Art Club went to Patchings Art Festival in Calverton, just north of Nottingham.
There were many artists demonstrating and selling their work. There were also many firms displaying and selling artists’ materials at a reduced rate. Around the attractive site there were many interesting and delicious food outlets to enjoy in the glorious weather.
The group found the day very inspiring. Thanks to the LCA for part-funding the event and to Dave Weedon for driving the minibus.
Our regular LCA activities will be continuing as usual:
The Art Club continues in the village hall on Biddle Road on Tuesdays 2pm-4pm. The cost is £4.00 per session. For more information contact Tom Bates on 0116 275 2656.
Drop-in Coffee Morning
The Drop-Ins also continue to take place on the second Saturday of the month, 10.00-12.00, also in the village hall.
Book Sale, Coffee Morning & Warm Space
The takes place every other Wednesday 9am-1pm in the village hall on Biddle Rd. We have received a grant from the council to be able to offer soup and a bread roll at lunchtime, so we hope to welcome faces old and new.
Feel Good Walks
Gill Ward is continuing to lead the Feel-Good Walks. They take place every Thursday morning from The Plough carpark, ready to set off at 10.15am. There is no need to book. The walks will be at a leisurely pace and finish at approximately midday.
Short Mat Bowls
Short mat bowls takes place Thursdays 7pm-9pm in the village hall. New members are welcome.
The committee meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm, alternately in The Plough and The Old Inn. October’s meeting will be in The Plough. New faces are always welcome.