A 60’s & 70’s night to include ABBA at the Village Club

A 60’s & 70’s night to include ABBA at the Village Club on Saturday July 28th at 8.30. Live music by Bonnie & David for dancing or listening. Tickets are £8 for members and £10 for non-members. Can be bought from the bar or on the night . The Club is always there for your events, please support ours to help this to carry on. All proceeds will go to the Club Building Fund. Enquiries 01491 641617 or 01189345960...
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Planning

The council has received a planning application, reference P18/S2258/HH, for development work at the following location: Walnut Cottage The Green Nettlebed The application is for: Erection of a garage with study/gym above, connected to the existing house via a new link at the rear of the property. Ground and first floor internal alterations to create a more modern family living space. New ground floor window installed in rear elevation for existing WC. New conservation style rooflights installed in rear existing roof slope to allow natural light into dressing room and family bathroom. New dormer window on rear elevation to create new ensuite to Bed 1. You can see details of the application on our website by clicking this link ...
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URGENT: Water Shortage

Water supply very low - messages from Thames Water Yesterday: Your support required: Water supply risk in your area.  To keep taps running please do not use sprinklers & hoses, & use as little as you can. Thank you Today: Urgent: Serious water supply risk in your area due to high demand. Please only use essential minimum to avoid taps running dry. See also https://www.thameswater.co.uk/Help-and-Advice/hot-weather/supply-interruptions     ...
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Photos of the Sun or Mozarts, Watlington St, wanted please

The current owners of what was the Sun Inn Pub on Watlington Street are looking for any photographs of the property when it was the pub or Mozart's Restaurant . If you have any photos that you don’t mind sharing, particularly of the interior, would you mind sending them to gileshoff@icloud.com.  If you have physical photos but no scanner, they can be scanned and returned. Many thanks, Giles & Jo....
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Planning and re-sending Art Show in bigger font

Get out your paint brushes, start crafting. It isn’t long now to the annual Nettlebed Art and Craft Show on 4th and 5th August in Nettlebed School Community Hall. Entry forms will be available in a few weeks time. Make sure you are on our mailing list if you would like to show. Contact details:- either email our new address nettlebedas@gmail.com or find us at Art and Craft Show. Alternatively contact me: Susan Byers on 01491 641138 Craft tables are always booked quickly so don’t miss out The council has received a planning application, reference P18/S1623/FUL, for development work at the following location: Shamrock Port Hill Nettlebed The application is for: Relocation of existing track from its current position to the end of the garden thereby providing a driveway and parking for Shamrock and a separate track and access from the road to the farm field. You can see details of the application on our website by clicking this link The council has received a planning application, reference P18/S1777/DIS, for development...
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Events to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1

The Nettlebed and District Branch of the Royal British Legion announce their plans to join the Nation and mark the 100 anniversary, of the end WW1 on 11th November 2018.The day’s events include - The Branch Standard will parade from the Bus Shelter to the Church at 10.30. All are welcome to walk with us. Once we reach the Church Lytch Gate, our village War Memorial, we will remember those who gave their lives in WW1. A bugler will sound the Last Post, and we will observe a 2 minutes silence. Wreaths will then be laid in their memory. Following this short ceremony everyone is invited to go inside the church for the remainder of the traditional Remembrance Day service and remember the fallen from WW2.  At 15.30 The Branch, in association with the Village Club, will host a live concert performed by the Pangbourne Silver Band of music song and readings from the WW1 era. All are welcome, but seating will...
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