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Village Message from John Rimmer, St Georges Church

April 20th 2019

Dear residents, Please note that tickets for the *Springtime Concert to be held on 1**st** May at 7.30 pm at St George’s Church*, *are now available at the Village Shop. The ticket price, to include a glass of wine, is £8 for adults and free admission for children*.  All proceeds from this concert will go towards the *Thriplow School Cornerstone Project*, to raise funds towards the building of new classrooms for our village school. It promises to be a good evening so do please come along to support this im ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Daffodil Weekend

April 16th 2019

*_Dead heading!_* Why not go for a walk round the village this evening to enjoy the lovely spring weather and perhaps dead head some daffodils at the same time… This is the most important time of year when the daffodils need some care and attention. Start by deadheading as soon as the flowers have faded. Dead heading really works – you may have noticed that the daffodils on the village side of the speed hump on Fowlmere Road flowered much more strongly than many others – these were all dead headed last year. To dead h ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Thriplow Society

April 4th 2019

Please see the invitation to our AGM on Maunday Thursday, 18th April.  Please note AGMs start at 7.30pm not the usual meeting start time of 8pm. Attached is the agenda. ...Continue Reading

Village Message from the Gardening Club

April 1st 2019

*‘Never a dull moment!’ –  Simon White* Simon is the Garden Centre Manager at Peter Beale Roses but tonight he will talk about keeping interest in the garden throughout the year.  Naturally this will include roses but he will also give us tips on plants to use throughout all the seasons.  This talk has been very well-received by members of several local Gardening Clubs. Competition: a vase of spring flowers Spring Raffle for Perennial – the Gardeners Charity Visitors, guests and new members always welco ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Daffodil Weekend

April 1st 2019

Hi all On behalf of the Tearoom Trio responsible for running the Daffodil Weekend tearooms, we have a lot of huge thank yous to say to everyone that helped out. Whether you baked cakes, kept the urns filled and boiling, poured tea, moved or cleared tables, made sandwiches etc, we couldn't have done it without you. It takes a lot of volunteers to keep things running smoothly. We used 190 litres of milk over the weekend, and approximately 4500 cups, trying to use up the old stock, and we sold out of cakes at the c ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Daffodil Weekend

March 29th 2019

/Sadly, two stall holders attending Daffodil Weekend reported theft of goods from their stalls overnight on Saturday 23rd March. The stalls in question were sweet stalls based in the School Marquee and both noticed items missing first thing on Sunday morning. If you saw anything suspicious on Saturday night, please get in touch with the Daffodil Weekend Committee. It is the responsibility of the stall holder to look after their own goods, but i//f this petty theft is repeated next year, it will damage not only the repu ...Continue Reading

Village Message from St Georges Church, Annual Meeting

March 28th 2019

Dear Parishioners,  You are invited to attend The Annual Meeting of Parishioners and the Annual Parochial Church Meeting which will take place on Monday 1st April at Thriplow School, commencing at 7.30pm. This will be a joint meeting with the three other parishes in the Benefice, and will include a short address by the Archdeacon of Cambridge.  Copies of the agenda for the meeting and parish reports can be seen in St George's Church, or obtained by contacting John Rimmer tel 01763 209160.      ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Paul Earnshaw, Chairman, Thriplow Daffodil Weekend

March 26th 2019

Hi all, *_Thanks!_* Another Daffodil Weekend has passed. Firstly I must apologise for all of the disruption Daffodil Weekend causes – it is the one weekend of the year when our village goes crazy. A huge thanks to all of you who helped out – we had over 400 volunteers this weekend and it is great to see many helpers from neighbouring villages as well as friends and family from further afield. Daffodil weekend is about three things: Our community pulling together and having fun Our visitors having fun and being welco ...Continue Reading

Village Message from Thriplow Village Shop

March 19th 2019

Hi Everyone Daffodil Weekend is upon us again so here is a quick update from the shop… [*]We are open longer hours [*]Please collect your pre-ordered newspapers early [*]Flowers will be available soon [*]Financial progress last year was good [*]150 Club winners [*]Opening Hours.  On Saturday we will be open from 7am till 4.30 or 5pm depending on the weather.  On Sunday, we will open from 8am till 4.30 or 5pm depending on weather. We will open as usual 7am to 6pm in the days before and after the We ...Continue Reading

Village Message from the Gardening Club

March 5th 2019

*7 March 2019 - The delights & possibilities of Hyde Hall - Robert Brett FVH* You may remember that snowy March day last year when the meeting was cancelled because Robert could not travel safely to Fowlmere. Members stayed at home in the warm! So we will try again and look forward to a talk about Robert’s achievements over the last few years as the ‘new’ RHS Curator of Hyde Hall and his hopes and vision for the future. Competition: 5 Daffodil/narcissi www.thriplow.org.uk/gardening-club/ ...Continue Reading

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