NEWS FROM KNOWLE VILLAGE HALL

An update on the KVHA fund raising programme for the coming year. [We hope that you are finding the changes in lighting, heating, windows etc. satisfactory so far but we still have a lot more to do.]

We are, therefore, “kicking off “the year with a Valentine’s Quiz Night on Thursday, February 15th at 7.30 p.m at the Hall. Tickets cost £6.00 per person and teams can be up to 6 people. There will be light refreshments available but, as usual, bring your own “liquid”refreshment.
Tickets from Stephen Yeomans 01564778163 It’s good fun so please try to field a team.

 

On Saturday, March 24th there will be a “Colours” Ladies Fashion Show and pop-up Shop ( ex High Street fashions at good prices) Tickets, to be purchased in advance, cost £7.00 including refreshments on arrival, and there is also a Grand Raffle. Doors at the Village Hall open at 1.30p.m and the show starts at 2p.m You can get tickets from Stephen Yeomans01564778163, Carolyn on 01564779898 or from  Royle’s Household in Knowle precinct.
KVHA Committee

RECYCLING YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS INTO NEW TREES

This year Braggs are collecting people’s Christmas cards. 

For every 2,000 cards that they receive, they will dedicate a new tree to The Woodlands Trust.   If you have not already recycled your Christmas cards, please take them into Braggs so that they can add them to their collection.

FROM:-
Kayleigh Hughes

Funeral Arranger

Email: thomasbragg.knowle@funeralpartners.co.uk

Thomas Bragg and Sons

1682 High Street, Knowle B93 0LY

01564 77 3610

SOCIETY OPEN MEETING


MONDAY JANUARY 15th

At this meeting Sara Rooney will describe the ways in which Public Health is maintained in the 21st Century.  This, often hidden, topic is one that should interest everyone as it is fundamental to the continuing health and prosperity of everyone in society.
Everyone is welcome at this meeting at:-
KNOWLE VILLAGE HALL
starting at 8pm, Jan 15th.

Library tree – update

The Library Tree
Those who have walked past or used the Library recently will have seen that the copper beech tree has been removed.  It had been causing too many problems for library users and passers-by.

The Society was hoping to commission an artist to create a sculpture to take its place, using the trunk.  Unfortunately, the timber was not suitable, so we are exploring an alternative source for a suitable piece.