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    PALM SUNDAY

    PALMS  FOR ALL 14th April- A special Worship for All service on Palm Sunday.
    We meet at the football field 9.30am to walk behind the donkey and a service as we travel along the street. The service concludes in Church, and fellowship continues with refreshments. Everyone welcome.
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    Red Gables Saturday 6th April Play 2.30pm

    "We'll meet again" at the Red Gables (Ipswich Road Stowmarket IP14 1BE) in aid of their Charity projects: Tickets £5. Refreshments included. Saturday 6th April at 2PM.

    Red Gables

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    Parish Council

    The Parish Council meeting is at 7pm on Tuesday 16th April and will be followed by the Annual Parish Meeting at 7:30pm .

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    WHAT'S ON IN APRIL - STONHAM ASPAL CHURCH

      

     1st Mon 9.15am Pre School Easter service

    3rd Wed 7.30pm Annual Parochial Meeting

    4th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn- 200 club draw
    2pm School Easter end of term service
    7pm Homegroup

    6th Sat 10am to Midday Church yard Clear up

    7th Sun 6.30pm Evensong

    11th Thur 10-11.30am Coffee Inn
    7pm Homegroup

    14th Sun 9.30am Palms for All, meet at the football field

    18th Thur 10-11.30am Coffee Inn
    7pm Maundy Thursday, Communion Creeting St Peter

    19th Fri 8.30am Good Friday Worship for All, followed by hot cross buns at Threeways.

    20th Sat From 9am Church dec orated for Easter day

    21st Sun 5.30am First Light on the Cart Track, meet at
    Broughton Hall, followed by bacon rolls and coffee at Halls Garden house.
    9.30am Sung Communion with Benefice choir

    25th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn
    7pm Homegroup

    28th Sun 3.30pm Celtic Songs of Praise with the Six Village band and Baptism

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    200 CLUB DRAW MARCH RESULTS

    DRUM ROLL PLEASE.
    Results of the March draw of the 200 CLUB.

    1st Freddie Fuller £50 No 131
    2nd Liz & Mike Hubert £20 No 20
    3rd John Moody £15 No 209 + 3rd Miss A Cogger No 95

    The 200 club is drawn each Month with December as a double prize. The money raised at the end of the year is split 50/50 between the village hall and the church.

    For just £1 per month you could be a WINNER....interested in joining? Please contact me for more details.
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    Dance to Live Band Stonham Aspal Village Hall 13th April 7.30 pm.

    Tickets are on sale for 'Kio' playing on sat 13th April, Stonham Aspal Village Hall. We have a Bar and will be holding a raffle.Tickets £8.50 Family £25 (2 adults + 2 children under 16) £5 per extra child. Contact Sue 01449 711250 Maria 01449 711530 Bob 01449 711393

     

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    ANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH MEETING 3rd April 7.30pm

    All members of the new Electoral Roll and other parishioners are encouraged to attend St Mary's and St Lambert's Annual Parochial Meeting. This is your chance to elect Churchwardens, question the PCC members about Church affairs, peruse the accounts and make suggestions about any aspect of the work of the church in our village. 

    All are very welcome.
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    April Events in Stonham Aspal

    April

    4 8pm Cinema VH

    5 8pm Quiz VH

    11 8pm Bingo VH

    13 7.30pm Kio Live Band Village Hall

    15 10am WI History of Stowmarket

    19 7.30pm Quiz Night VH

    May

    4 10am Ladies that Brunch

    ,25/26 May Day Bank Holiday 10am-3pm Village Hall Refreshments etc.

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    Village Cinema - 4th April

    Life on the Deben Film
    Thursday 4th April
    Doors open 7.30 pm
    Film at 8.00 pm
    £3 for refreshments

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    Village Cinema

    The Village Hall Cinema is showing The Hatton Garden Job this Wednesday 20th March
    Film starts 8.00pm
    Warning- contains very strong language

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    Race night fundraiser on Saturday 23rd March

    The Football Club are holding a Race night fundraiser on Saturday 23rd March at the Clubhouse.

    Bar is open from 6.30pm with the first race at 7.00pm. Everybody welcome to come and have a flutter.

    Entry is FREE, and if you fancy Sausage and Chips supper at £3.00, contact Eric Cousins on 07733 110820.

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    CHURCH SPRING CLEAN

    SAT 16 MARCH 10am – 12 noon

    Come when and for as long as you are able.

     

    Please bring elbow grease and enthusiasm to clear away the cob webs and reach into the corners and crevices where the dust and grime collect. Also bring brooms, brushes, dustpans, polish etc. Removing dirt and dust will reveal the beauty of our ancient building. We could do with YOUR help to achieve as much as possible. Everyone is welcome. Your reward will be refreshments and knowing that working in a team can have wonderful results. Thank you .

     

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    Ecclesiastical Insurance-how to help your local Church!

    Ecclesiastical Insurance are offering to give £130 to your local church if you arrange your home insurance through them. Web address  www.ecclesiastical.com/Trust130 or call 0800 783 0130 and quote TRUST 130. Valid for new policies up to 31st December 2019. It’s to celebrate their 130 years in business.

    Please get a quote from them when you come to renew your policy and support Stonham Aspal Church.

     

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    March events

    2nd March 10AM Ladies that Brunch

    9th March Mens Breakfast 8.30PM

    14th March 8PM Quiz VH

    15th March Third Friday Inn VH from 7.30PM

    18th March WI History of a Suffolk Bevan Boy

    20th March Cinema VH 8.00 PM The Bookshop

    APRIL

    5th April Quiz Night VH 7.30 for 8.00PM

    13th April KIO Live Band VH from 7.30 PM

    **Note: The 200 Club needs a coordinator - this helps raise money - Contact Sue Turnbull for details

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    Roadworks this Month (February 2019)

    Roadworks

    Roadworks
    Mickfield Road, Stonham Aspal, Suffolk18 February — 22 FebruaryDelays likely Road closureWorks location: the full length of road... Works description: Road repairs and patching for surface dressing....Responsibility for works: Suffolk Current status: Advanced planning Works reference: LY300MRSAARC 
    Mill Green, Stonham Aspal, Suffolk18 February — 22 FebruaryDelays likely Road closureWorks location: the full length of road... Works description: Road repairs and patching for surface dressing....Responsibility for works: Suffolk Current status: Advanced planning Works reference: LY300MGSARC 
    Scotts Hill, Stonham Aspal, Suffolk18 February — 22 FebruaryDelays likely Road closureWorks location: the full length of road... Works description: Road repairs and patching for surface dressing....Responsibility for works: Suffolk Current status: Advanced planning Works reference: LY300SHSARC 

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    DANCE WITH LIVE BAND - 'Kio'

    Sat 13th April - Stonham Aspal Village Hall
    Due to the success of last years event when 'Kio' played we are able to bring you another live band event with them.
    As last year, tickets are £8.50, Family £25 (2x adults +2 children under 16) extra children £5
    Doors open 7.30pm, Bar, Raffle

    For further details or tickets please contact
    Bob Pratt 01449 711393
    Maria Tydeman 01449 711530
    Sue Turnbull 01449 711250

    GET THE DATE IN YOUR DIARY AND YOUR DANCING SHOES READY!
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    Snowdrops Soup & Sweets

    Wander around the snowdrops at
    Elm Farm, Stonham Aspal and then enjoy delicious refreshments
    Sunday 17 Feb, 11am -3pm
    Entrance £1, Children 50p
    Buy soup, a sweet, Tea, coffee and cake
    More details: 01449 711316
    In aid of Stonham Aspal Church Funds
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    We are looking for more Sidesmen, can you help us?

    St Mary & St Lambert, Stonham Aspal with Mickfield 

    The role of Sidemen is not difficult but their contribution to the life of the church is important. It enables Worship to proceed smoothly and ensures that all is ready for the clergy or lay person who is taking the service. Duties include unlocking and making sure the church is ready before the service, welcoming and handing out service books etc to the congregation on their arrival, to keep an eye out and welcome anyone who arrives late, to make sure that things are put away after the service and count the collection. You will also be asked if possible to be responsible for unlocking and locking church on the weekend that you are on duty.
    If you feel you would like to be part of the team of Sidesmen please let us know, it would be lovely to welcome some new faces.
    David Tydeman and Alex Pratt, Churchwardens.
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    Ladies that Brunch

    Sat 2nd March 10am, Greenacre, Debenham Road, Stonham Aspal

    On the menu: Fresh Fruit salad, Fruit Juice, Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Black pudding, Tomato, Beans, Mushrooms,Toast, Jam, Marmalade Pastries,Tea, Coffee, Herbal Teas.

    Seats can be reserved on receipts of £10 Ticket money, please contact me on alexjenkson@btopenworld.comor 01449 711393 specifying any dietary needs.

    Profits from brunches at ‘Greenacre’ this year are going to the Church repair fund. Our next large project for the Church  hopefully will be the installation of toilet facilities. We have our first meeting with the DAC (Diocesan Advisory Committee) in February when we can start planning a way forward. Your support in keeping this listed village building in good maintenance is appreciated enormously.

     Looking forward to welcoming friends old and new.

     

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    Tennis Court details updated for 2019-2020

    There are new files for membership and information on the Tennis Court pages, updated for 2019-2020.

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    February Events

    see the Community Council Magazine for further details ...

    1st Quiz Night VH 7.30 for 8.00PM

    14th Bingo VH 8PM

    15th Third Friday Inn VH from 7.30PM

    17th 11AM to 3PM Elm Farm Snowdrops - Soup and Sweet

    18th WI Hedgehogs Rescue Service

    19th Cinema VH 10.ooAM Sherlock Gnomes

    26th Cinema VH 8.00PM The Beautiful Fantastic

    Future

    2nd March 10AM Ladies that Brunch

    9th March Mens Breaksaft 8.30PM

    15th March Third Friday Inn VH from 7.30PM

    5th April Quiz Night VH 7.30 for 8.00PM

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    Candlemas Evensong

    Sunday 3rd Feb 6.30pm, Stonham Aspal Church


    Candlemas Evensong with the United Benefice choir

    Join us as we celebrate the Festival of THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE.
     
    Candlemas takes place 40 days after Christmas, and is among the most ancient feasts of the Church.

    It is based upon the account of the presentation of Jesus, in Luke 2: 22-40.

    In some Churches it is during this service that Candles for the year are blessed, a symbol of Jesus Christ, the light of the world.

    Everyone is very welcome.

     

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    WHAT'S ON IN FEB - STONHAM ASPAL CHURCH

     

    3rd Sun    6.30pm  Candlemas Evensong with Benefice choir

     7th Thur  8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                   7pm Homegroup 

     10th Sun   9.30am  Light for All

     12th Tue   7.30pm PCC meeting

     14th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm  Homegroup

     17th Sun   9.30am  Holy Communion

                    11am-3pm Snowdrops event at Elm Farm

     21st Thur  10-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm  Homegroup

     

     24th Sun   9.30am  Worship and Praise


     28th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm  Homegroup

    Fri 1st March 10am World Day of Prayer, Earl Stonham Parish Room, everyone welcome.

    Sat 2nd March 10am Ladies that Brunch, Greenacre

    Sun 3rd March 6.30pm Evensong

     

    **Please note the new Worship pattern for the United Benefice began last month.**

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    THE NEW SERVICE PATTERN

    St Mary & St Lambert,

    Stonham Aspal and Mickfield Church.

    The new pattern of services across the North Bosmere Group of Parishes began in January.  For Stonham Aspal the new pattern is:

     

    First Sunday of the month

    6.30pm

    Evening Prayer

    Second Sunday of the month

    9.30am

    Worship for All

    Third Sunday of the month

    9.30am

    Holy Communion

    Fourth Sunday of the month

    9.30am

    Worship and Praise for Sunday Morning

    Where there is a fifth Sunday

    10.00am

    Usually Holy Communion at one of the 8 churches

     

    WORSHIP AND PRAISE FOR SUNDAY MORNING is a new service which we have introduced to extend the types of worship we are able to offer.  This service will sometimes be led by Revd Philip or Revd Helen or on other occasions by a lay member of the church.  It is a contemporary Service of the Word which includes prayers, readings from the Bible and hymns.  The service, which is suitable for all ages, will last about 45 minutes and refreshments are served afterwards. Everyone is welcome……

     

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    Altar Flowers in Church

    St Mary & St Lambert, Stonham Aspal with Mickfield 

    There are two ways in which flowers and displays are put in Church.

    Altar Flowers
    The weekly rota is now available at the back of the Church. You will notice that this is done in two weeks sessions, please don’t let that put you off, it is not a central heated home so many flowers will keep for this length of time. Perhaps you have an Anniversary or birthday of a loved one when you would like to place flowers at the altar. Please put your name on the rota and I will make sure that you have all the details that you need. If you would like flowers to be put in church but are not able to do so and would prefer to give a donation, please contact me.
    Flowers at Festivals
    For festivals and special events each person has either a window or an area to put their arrangement. The Church festivals include, Easter, Harvest, Christmas and during the year the Church may be decorated for services such as a special Songs of Praise, Royal occasion etc.
    If there is anything that you would like to know about joining the team who decorates the Church for festivals or being on the weekly rota please do not hesitate to contact me on 01449711393 or alexjenkinson@btopenworld.com
    Many thanks Alex Pratt
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    Plough Sunday and Monday

    Ploughing for All Service, Sunday 13th 9.30am, when the plough and work in the countryside will be blessed.

    Please bring along your toy tractors and ploughs and tools which you use in the garden or to care for animals for the display.
    Everyone is very welcome to this special Worship for All service at Stonham Aspal Church.
    Plough Monday on 14th January will start with East Suffolk Morris Men gathering at the village hall from 7pm. They will then dance at Does Field at 7.30pm, moving down to Walnut Tree Meadow, Wingfield Meadow, Quoits Meadow and finishing at the village hall for dancing and ale. PLEASE come and join them with torches and hi-vis clothing as in their usual daft fashion we they will be the Men in Black!!

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    BURNS NIGHT CELEBRATION

    Fri 25th Jan 7.30pm, tickets £10

    Stonham Aspal Village Hall.

     

    Join us as we celebrate with a traditional burns meal, ode to the haggis in Scottish dialect, suitable music and a wee dram!

     

    Dinner will be served at 8pm, on the menu..

    Cock-a-leekie soup

    Haggis neeps & tatties, Whisky sauce

    Cranachan with camamelised oatmeal & raspberry sauce

    Cheese & biscuits

    Coffee & mints

    If you have any specific dietary needs or would prefer the vegetarian option, please let me know on booking.

    Reservations would be appreciated by 20th January.

    You are welcome to bring your own drinks.

    To book your place please contact Alex on 01449711393 alexjenkinson@btopenworld.com or David on 01449711124 djtydeman@gmail.com

    Raising funds for the Village Hall

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    What's on in January 2019

    St Mary & St Lambert Stonham Aspal with Mickfield Church

     

    3rd Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

    6th Sun 6.30pm  Evensong 

    10th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn   

    13th Sun 9.30am  Ploughing for All

    (14th Plough Monday – watch out for the Morris Men)

    17th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                  7pm  Homegroup

    20th Sun 9.30am  Holy Communion

    24th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm  Homegroup

     

    27th Sun 9.30am  Worship and Praise

    31st Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm  Homegroup


    **Please note the new Worship pattern for the United Benefice begins this month.**

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    January 2019

    • 10 BINGO 8 PM VH
    • 14 East Suffolk Morris Men Plough Monday 7 PM VH
    • 16 SAVH Cinema Red Dog 8 PM
    • 18 Third Friday Inn from 7.30 PM
    • 21 WI Film at private house
    • 25 Burns Night VH 8 PM - see Magazine for details
    • 27 SAVH Cinema Matinee 3 PM Jungle Book
    • 1 Feb 8 PM Quiz Night VH

    We need a co-ordinator for the 200 Club - see magazine for details. Please Help!

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    CHRISTMAS EVE - STONHAM ASPAL CHURCH

    CRIB SERVICE – 3pm

    Bring your teddy dressed as a character from the nativity: angel, shepherd, wise man..... to join in the fun as we build the crib! Refreshments afterwards.

     

    MIDNIGHT EUCHARIST – 11.30pm

    Traditional Christmas Communion

     

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    CAROLS ROUND THE TREE - SUN 23rd DEC 6.30 pm Stinham Aspal Church

    Join us as we sing unusual carols and hear readings, poems and stories with a difference. Seasonal refreshments afterwards.

     

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    Carol Singing around the village - Thurs 20th Dec

    Please meet at Does field for 6.30pm to Carol sing around the village. Bring your torches and wear a high visibility jacket. If you are at home on Thursday evening please watch out for us as we travel down the street. The collection will be in aid of church funds. Mulled wine for those who stay the course.

     

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    Carols for All, Sun16th Dec 9.30am Stonham Aspal Church

    A traditional Christmas service of Carols and Lessons suitable for all ages. Refreshments at the end of the service whilst the children make some sheep to go on the Nativity banner. Everyone very welcome.

     

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    CHRISTINGLE Sun 9th Dec 3.30pm

    Everyone  is welcome to join us at Stonham Aspal Church for this special service. During refreshments the children will be making stars to go on the large Nativity banner at the rear of Church. A collection will take place for the Children’s Society.

     

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    Cinema Tuesday 18th December 8PM Start: Mama Mia

    Village Hall Cinema -  Tuesday 18th December 7.30 PM for  8PM Start: Mama Mia

    Refreshments £3.00

    Mama Mia - Here We Go Again

    Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
    A large crowd of men and women standing on a wooden pier.

    Theatrical release poster
    Directed by Ol Parker
    Produced by
    Screenplay by Ol Parker
    Story by
    Based on Mamma Mia!
    by Catherine Johnson
    Starring
    Music by Anne Dudley
    Cinematography Robert Yeoman
    Edited by Peter Lambert
    Production
    company
    Distributed by Universal Pictures
    Release date
    Running time
    114 minutes[3]
    Country
    • United Kingdom
    • United States
    Language English
    Budget $75 million[4]
    Box office $393.7 million[4]

    Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is a 2018 jukebox musical romantic comedy film written and directed by Ol Parker, from a story by Parker, Catherine Johnson, and Richard Curtis. It is a follow-up to the 2008 film Mamma Mia!, which in turn is based on the musical of the same name using the music of ABBA. The film features an ensemble cast, including Lily JamesAmanda SeyfriedChristine BaranskiJulie WaltersPierce BrosnanAndy GarcíaDominic CooperColin FirthStellan SkarsgårdJessica Keenan WynnAlexa DaviesJeremy IrvineJosh DylanHugh SkinnerCher, and Meryl Streep. Both a prequel and a sequel, the plot is set after the events of the first film, and also features flashbacks to 1979, telling the story of Donna Sheridan's arrival on the island of Kalokairi and her first meetings with her daughter Sophie's three possible fathers.

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    Stonham Aspal Church - What's on in December

    1st  Sat 10am – 3pm Christmas Extravaganza VH

     

    2nd Sun 9.30am Holy Communion, Advent Sunday

     

    6th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

     

    9th  Sun 3.30pm Christingle- Collection for the Children’s Society

     

    13th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

     

    16th  Sun 9.30am Carols for All

     

    17th Mon 9.15am Pre School Nativity

     

    19th Wed 2pm School service, end of term

     

    20th Thur 10-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    6.30pm Carols round the village, meet at Does field

     

    23rd Sun 6.30pm Carols round the tree

     

    24th Mon 3pm Crib service

                   11.30pm Midnight Eucharist

     

    25th Tue Christmas Day, no service here but you are welcome to,

    9.30am Holy Communion Creeting St Mary, 10am Family Service Coddenham, 10am Christmas Praise Hemingstone, 11am Holy Communion Gosbeck,

    11am Holy Communion Earl Stonham.

     

    30th Sun 10am 8 Parish Benefice Holy Communion Gosbeck

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    New Year's Eve

    The Village Hall will be open on New Years Eve, all welcome.

    Just bring your own drinks and food.

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    Christmas Extravaganza

    Sat 1st December 10am to 3pm

    Stonham Aspal Village Hall

    Please join us to help raise funds for the Church. There will be lunches and refreshments available, Wood turners, water to wine stall, tombola, draw and much more, including live Christmas music!

    If you would like a stall, are able to help on the day or could provide cakes/tombola prizes/bottles of wine then please get in touch. Your support is appreciated.

    hell.fuller@talk21.com or call (01449) 711517

     

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    Village Cinema - 22 November

    7.30 PM for 8PM - £3.00 for Tea, Coffee and Cake

    "Swimming with Men" - A man suffering a midlife crisis joins a synchronised swimming team in a feel good film based on a real-life event.

     

     

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    Remembering Percy Studd

    Buried at Stonham Aspal Church: Percy Studd, son of Samuel William and Annie Laura Studd of Church Farm. He was injured in early 1918. His mother received the news that he had died on 28 March 1918, but refused to believe it, and when to Coulter Hospital in London, and remained with him until he died on 15 April 1918 aged 20.

     

    Service Number 141650 - Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)

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    Latest Events

    See The Community Council Magazine for further details:

    November

    • 8 8PM Bingo Night VH
    • 9 Christmas Fair 7-9PM VH (Pre-school)
    • 10 Autumn Lunch over 60
    • 11 Church Bells Ringing for Peace
    • 16 Third Friday Inn 7.30PM for 8PM
    • 17 Live Band VH 7.30PM
    • 22 Village Cinema Swimming With Men 8PM VH

    December

    • 1 VH 10AM-3PM Christmas Extravaganza (Church Funds) Lunches, Stands etc.
    • 7 Quiz Night door opens 7PM
    • 15 Cabaret Night VH
    • 21 Third Friday Inn 7.30PM for 8PM
    • 24 Santa Claus visits Stonham Aspal

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    Santa's Sleigh

    Father Christmas has promised to visit the village on Christmas Eve with his sleigh fully loaded with presents for good girls and boys!

    If you would like your child to be included please complete the slip below and return it with £4.00 per child to Helen Brookson, Orchard View, The Street by 29th November.

    See here to get the:

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    What's on in November, Stonham Aspal with Mickfield Church

     

    1st Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

      7pm Home group

     

    3rd Sat 10am Ladies that Brunch, Greenacre.

     

    4th  Sun 9.30am Holy Communion

     

    8th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

                   7pm Home group

     

    11th  Sun 10.45am Remembrance for All

     

    13th Tue 7.30pm PCC meeting

     

    15th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

                   7pm Home group

     

    18th  Sun 9.30am Sung Communion

     

    22nd  Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm Home group

     

    25th  Sun 6.30pm Evensong

     

    29th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn

                    7pm Final Home group of the year

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    Poppies

     

    If you have been making poppies for Church please could we have them by the 4th. Thank you for the all the poppies we have already received, such a variety, wonderful.

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    LADIES THAT BRUNCH 3rd Nov 10am

    On the menu for brunch is, Fresh fruit salad, fruit juice, bacon, egg, sausage, black pudding, tomato, beans, mushrooms, toast, jam, marmalade, pastries, tea, coffee, herbal teas......so please come hungry! Please contact me on 01449 711393 or alexjenkinson@btopenworld.com if you would like to reserve a seat, the cost is £10. If you have any special dietary needs please let me know. 
    At our last Brunch in September your support enabled us to pass on to the Church £100 for the repair fund. Thank you for your kindness and most of all your company. 
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    Half Term Film Tuesday 23rd October AT 10.00am

    Half Term Film:
    Danny Champion of the World
    Tuesday 23rd October AT 10.00am
    RefreshmentsChildren £3 - Film pictureAdults free

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    POPPIES FOR REMEMBRANCE SERVICE

    St Mary & St Lambert, Stonham Aspal with Mickfield Church.

    We invite you as individuals, as families or as groups to bring together your talents to make poppies. These will be hung around the Church for the Remembrance service on the 11th November 10.45am.

    They can be made from paper, cardboard, knitted, felt any medium you like, any size.
    For more details contact Liz 01449 711365 or Alex 01449 711393. Any completed poppies can be brought and left at the back of Stonham Aspal church. 
    If you would like to collect your poppy when the decorations have been taken down, please ensure your name is fixed firmly on to each poppy.
    We look forward to seeing your creative work.
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    VILLAGE HALL REFURBISHMENT

    Village Hall Refurbishment-update

    Over the year the refurbishment work has continued at the village hall. The old windows in the back room and kitchen have been replaced with similar to match the rest of the building. The kitchen and toilets are now fitted with roller binds and the back room and entrance have attractive curtains. Tables have been purchased and there is now a new storage area for these. The bar which was kindly donated from the former ‘Ten Bells’, has been renovated and looks brilliant in the back room. The volunteers who have continued to work on the Village Hall have enabled us to progress to the stage that it is at now, their time and effort is very much appreciated.

    Funding is now in place for new fascias, soffits and gutters and for the exterior to be painted, we hope that this will be happening very soon.  The next project to take place when funds are available is resurfacing the car park.

     

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    DANCE WITH LIVE BAND

    Dance with Live Band

    Stonham Aspal Village Hall

    Sat 17th November from 7.30pm

    Why not get the date in your diary, sort out child sitters for

    the little ones and join us for a lively evening. The are two bands

    playing, ‘KIO’ are a professional and energetic 4 piece cover/function band based in Essex. ‘Vorte’ are a local original

    alternative rock band and will start the evening playing some

    of their own material.  The new bar will be open and there will

    be a raffle. It has all the ingredients of being a brilliant

    evening, we hope you can join us.        

    Tickets are £8.50. A family ticket is £25. (Two adults and two children under 16) a further £5 for extra children.

    For further details and tickets please contact

    Bob Pratt 01449 711393 Maria Tydeman 01449 711530

    Sue Turnbull 01449 711250

     

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