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Harvest Supper 2018

Please come and join the 2018 Harvest Supper on Saturday 6th October 2018 at 7:30pm at Wardington Memorial Hall Cottage Pie followed by Harvest Desert Pie* and Cheese & Biscuits Cash bar and Raffle Proceeds to St. Mary Magdalene Adults £10.00 OAP/Children £7 (Under 12’s FREE) Tickets from Friends of St. Mary Magdalene or Philippa Hunt on 01295 758087 *Harvest Desert Pies - Please contact Philippa if you would like to make a desert pie from the fruits in your garden.

Broadband voucher offer

ARE YOU READY? Full fibre broadband connections offer the fastest and most reliable speeds available and the government is committed to a vision of a full fibre Britain. As part of this commitment in March 2018, a £67 million Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme was announced. Gigabit vouchers can be used by small and medium sized businesses and the local communities surrounding them to contribute to the installation cost of a gigabit capable connection. Businesses can claim up to £3,000 against the cost of connection either individually or as part of a group project. Residents can benefit from the scheme as part of a group project, which also includes businesses and can claim for a voucher of up to a value

Wardington Cinema Reminder : “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society”, This Friday 7th September

Wardington Cinema Reminder : “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society”, This Friday 7th September Please let either Paul / Sam know if you plan to attend the cinema night this coming Friday 7th September (contact details on the poster). As normal there will be a half time interval when we will serve free ice-creams and hold a raffle.  Please feel free to bring your own food and drink to enjoy during the screening. Doors open at 7.15pm and the film will start at 8pm.  £6.50 standard price, £4.50 concessions

The fête opens at 2pm today!

Summer has returned just in time for this afternoon's fête. Please do come along for 2pm when Mrs Phillips will officially open the event.  Everything is set up for a great afternoon so please do come and join in. Cream teas with scones and cake Wardington Manor is looking beautiful, ready for the fête.

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Wardington Horticultural Show at the Fête – Additional category

The website editor apologises that he missed off the final category from this year's Horticultural Show! Section H is for Best Dressed Owner and Pet. Please download a revised copy of the schedule PDF using the link at the bottom of this article if you would like to print it out at home. The forecast is looking good for Saturday and we look forward to seeing you there. The categories for this year's Horticultural Show at the fête are as follows: Section A - Flowers (Please bring your own vase to display your flower) 1 - Best Bloom 2 - a. Best Pom Pom Dahlia - b. Best Decorative Dahlia 3 - Best Rose 4 - Best arrangement in a

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Reminder – Fête and Horticultural Show on Saturday

Come on Saturday at 2pm to the Manor gardens for the Wardington Fête and Horticultural Show. The fête will be opened at 2pm by Mrs Phillips, Wardington's centenarian. Please enter the Horticultural Show - bring your garden and kitchen produce to the Manor between 9:30 and 11:30 am on Saturday morning and join in. This is the first year the Fête and Horticultural show have been combined so please give it your full support and make Saturday a really fun day. Calling all men! Get baking your Rock Cakes! You have to be in it to win it and there's pride at stake! There will be cream teas, Pimms, Morris dancers, a traditional gypsy caravan and country crafts, dogs from

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Wardington Horticultural Show at the Fête

The categories for this year's Horticultural Show at the fête are as follows: Section A - Flowers (Please bring your own vase to display your flower) 1 - Best Bloom 2 - a. Best Pom Pom Dahlia - b. Best Decorative Dahlia 3 - Best Rose 4 - Best arrangement in a jug. Section B - Vegetables 5 - Longest Runner Bean 6 - 4 Potato - any variety 7 - a 5 Cherry Tomato - b 3 Large Tomato Section C - Fruit (All fruit in fruit classes must have stalks attached) 8 - 4 Cooking Apples- any variety 9 - 4 Eating Apples – any variety 10 - Autumn Saucer of Raspberries Section D – Eggs 11 -

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Another attempted break-in

There was an attempted car break-in on Saturday 18th August at Oat Cottage, Williamscot. A car had the lock forced out of the door. Please be extra vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to the police immediately.