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Eardisland in Bloom

On behalf of the team I would like to thank the many parishioners who have either donated items to be sold near the shop, or allowed us to pick fruit for the same purpose. In recent weeks we've had various types of apples, pears, damsons, even small trees and heather!

These sales have brought in a significant sum of money, which will be used to purchase more bulbs which we'll plant next month. With this being our only income for the year, your generosity is greatly appreciated.

September 2020 Parish magazine published

The September 2020 issue of the Parish Magazine has been published, copies should be dropping through your letterboxes this week.

For those that can't wait and would like a early look, you can download a full copy from the Eardisland Parish Magazine section of this website.

Eardisland Craft & Produce Fair - Cancelled

It is with regret that this year's craft fair, due to take place place on 10th October, has had to be cancelled. Obviously this decision has not been taken lightly, but it is clear that we would struggle to attract sufficient volunteers and there had to be a question mark over how many members of the public may wish to attend, particularly with Covid 19 still being with us. Social distancing, a restriction on numbers being able to enter enclosed premises at any one time, constant cleaning, plus the need to keep a register of names and phone details of all persons in attendance re Track & Trace, all weighed against us. Just too many obstacles and too much risk. We very much regret having to make this decision and hope that in a year's time this country will be Covid free and we'll be looking forward to a 2021 Eardisland Craft & Produce Fair. Phil Milchard & Richard Kirby

Cakes for the Air Ambulance

From Wendy Cross:

22nd September. Update from Wendy:
To date we have raised £219.50 with more orders coming in. We may hit £250.

Update from Wendy:
Well as usual our village eats cake for charity. To date we have raised £175 which is wowser.
Thank you all so much and can now add the holiday park to the list of contributors, even have two more orders which is brilliant. Thank you to mystery jar person who left some much needed jars at my door.
Additions to jam/jelly list. Quince jelly which is my absolute favourite to make smells gorgeous, thank you Annette and Ruth for the fruit. Also damson jelly great for ice cream or with duck etc.

Hello All
Time to get your cake fix. For the month of September 2020 I would like to raise money for the Air Ambulance and hope you can help. I already have £65 from cakes made since last charity event so a good start. The old favourites and some new offerings.
Cake
Lemon Drizzle £2.50
Orange & Honey £2.50
Chocolate Guinness £3.00
Victoria sponge plain or chocolate £4.00 Will contain strawberry or black cherry jam and fresh cream
Date Malt Loaf £2.00
Sultana Malt Loaf £2.00
Standard Malt Loaf £2.00
Bara Brith £2.50
Quiche
Large (£2.50) or small (£1.00)
Vegetable
Salmon
Blue Cheese & Apple
New Items
Sausage Rolls (batch of 4 only) £4.00
Cheesecake Large 9" across £8.00
Small 3.5" across £2.00
All will contain chocolate digestive base, cream cheese, icing sugar and butter.
Choice of plain, milk or white chocolate plus different flavourings i.e coffee, orange, lemon or salted caramel.
Jams and Jellies all a £1.00 a jar unless stated differently.
Blackcurrant Jam
Plum Jam
Damson Jam
Gooseberry
Apple & Mint Jelly
Apple & Chilli Jelly
Crabapple Jelly
Pear Syrup 50p a jar.
AVAILABLE December: (when I get the fruit) Seville marmalade. If you could book your order then that would be great.
My contact details are This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01544 388725
Many Thanks
Wendy Cross

Village Hall Re-Opening

Please see the statement from the EVHMC on their updates page.

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