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EXTRACTS FROM THE VILLAGE NEWSLETTER
MARCH  2000

BOW BRICKHILL FIRST SCHOOL

Are you interested in buying one of the 150 limited edition Sterling Silver Millennium Coins?  They were designed and produced by Mr C Hill as a fund raiser for the First School.  The coin features the school and its motto and comes in a presentation box, giving the number of the coin and information on the hand-punched hallmarks.  The cost is 15 and the coins are available from the school.  Tel 01908 373672.

LENT SERVICES

Lent Groups run on Thursday at 24 Pound Hill, Great Brickhill at 2 pm
Holy Week:  
17 April Holy Communion, Little Brickhill at 7.30 pm
18 April Holy Communion, Bow Brickhill at 7.30 pm
19 April Holy Communion, Great Brickhill at 7.30 pm
Maundy Thursday, 20 April 7 pm for 7.30 pm at Bow Brickhill, Last Supper Meal

ALL SAINTS CHURCH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

At the church at 12 noon after Matins on Sunday 19 March.  All those on the church electoral role please make an effort to attend.

BLETCHLEY ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIAL SOCIETY

|A talk by Professor Ian Beckett, Thurdsday 2 March at 8 pm at Rectory Cottages, Church Green Road, Bletchley.  All welcome, admission free.

BOW BRICKHILL CLUB

A very successful meeting was held in the Pavilion on Tuesday 1 February.  Ted Enever assisted by his wife Barbara, gave a very interesting talk on the history of Bletchley park.  The talk was illustrated with slides, showing the original Station X and Collosus the computer used to speed the breakdown of codes received through the Enigma coding machine.  

As some of our members have requested a Bingo session, we have arranged for this to follow a fish and Chip Lunch on Tuesday 7 March in the Pavilion.  If anyone wishes to join in the fun, please contact Chris Loak Tel 01908 373768 for details of the cost of the lunch before 29 February.

PARISH COUNCIL 

The next Parish Council Meeting is Thursday 9 March at 7.30 pm in The Pavilion.

Some of you may have noticed that the football/basket ball/cricket combined unit has now been erected at the Playing Field.  The Parish Council has provided the equipment with part of the cost being paid through Milton Keynes Council's parish partnership Grant.  The hope the children of the village will enjoy the new apparatus.

BULK SKIP CONTAINER

There will be a bulk skip container in Greenways Car park from 28 - 30 March.

CLEANER FOR THE PAVILION

Due to retirement the Parish Council has a vacancy for a cleaner for the Pavilion.  Hours and salary negotiable.  Please ring either Eddie Chesse, Caretaker on 01908 370486 or Brenda Toombs, Parish Clerk on 01908 375151.

PARKING

The parking of vehicles on the grass verges is causing a lot of damage.  Please do not park on the grass.  It costs a lot of money to keep the verge trimmed.

YOUTH ON SHOW

Dracular Spectacula on 7 & 8 April 2000.

BOW BRICKHILL WI

The next meeting will be a group meeting at the Pavilion on 16 March at 7.30 pm.

THE WHEATSHEAF

The pub now has a full programme with lots of events - see the pub page.

MOBILE LIBRARY

The Mobile Library will be in the village by the War Memorial on Friday 10 March from 11.20 am to 11.40 am.

CHURCH FESTIVAL WEEKEND - 24/25 JUNE

If you can help with the Flower Festival - not just with the flowers but generally, contact either Joan West on 10908 377400 or Kay Leeming on 01908 372032.  Or if you would like to be involved with the Open Gardens contact Brenda Toombs on 01908 375151. 

 

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