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January 2022 Parish magazine published

The January 2022 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.

Shop Christmas Tree

The Eardisland Shop committee would like to acknowledge the very generous continued sponsorship of the Christmas tree outside the dovecote by Willie Lowe. The new tree lights are courtesy of the shop. We hope they give pleasure to all in these worrying times. Merry Christmas.

Village Hall Update

Renovation work has now started on the Village Hall. This means that the kitchen and small meeting room will not be available until work has finished. The main hall and toilets are still in use and available for hire, but please be aware there is likely to be building work and consequent noise during working hours. Work will not normally take place at weekends but it is a possibility.

Groups who wish to use the main hall in the evening are welcome to book as normal.

Heating will be by portable electric heaters, so we do need enough notice to make sure the hall is warm for you.

All being well work will finish early 2022, and we look forward to welcoming everyone back to a safer and more user friendly space and catching up on some socialising – future events are already on the drawing board.

Eardisland Village Hall Management Committee

Eardisland Wi - Autumn/Winter programme

On Monday 8th November, Sue Hamer will be demonstrating seasonal flowers in the Church at 2.30 p.m. in the church. Visitors welcome, please contact Rita Kirby should you wish to attend. Guests £3. 13th December 2021– Christmas Lunch at the New Inn 10th January 2022- Hand Massage - at 2.30 - Venue to be confirmed 14th February - 2022 Kay Pritchard (Ugandan Dream) - Venue to confirmed 14th March 2022- AGM & Social meeting - Venue to be confirmed

Archaeological Finds

The Eardisland History & Heritage Group has carried out a variety of archaeological excavations since 2000. Many of the most important finds, and those found independently by Hugh Lowe, have now been recorded by the local officer i/c the Portable Antiquities Scheme (Peter Reavill) with the assistance of group member Pat Kay, and can be seen online. These provide details (often with photographs) of each artefact (or group of similar pieces) identified and recorded by an expert. View the links here

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