Commiserations all those who have suffered from Covid in the past two years and also to the families who have lost members.
Looking forward, things do appear to be improving – we’re certainly MUCH better off than we were at the beginning of 2021. Let us hope the improvement continues. Your Society is planning for an increasing programme of events as the year goes on.
The first is our AGM (the first for two years, despite it being ‘Annual’!) which will be held on Saturday 26th February in the Village Hall. As well as reports from your Trustees and elections for Officers and Trustees, we are expecting an interesting presentation on an area of great interest.
The next event will be a local walk at 2pm on Sunday 3rd April along the canal and fields with a little walking on quiet roads.
In another sign of the return of ‘normality’, the village Christmas Tree (organised by your Society and kindly donated by Santa’s Fields Christmas Trees, santasfields.co.uk) will be lit up on Wednesday November 24th outside the Guild House in coordination with Visit Knowle’s Late Night Shopping event.
Santa will be there, so come along from 4pm to join in the festivities, hosted by Knowle Church.
We would be very grateful for a few people to help with marshalling on the evening to ensure people are kept safe. If you can help, please turn up at the Guild House around 3:30 and we’ll welcome you with ‘open arms’!
After much too long a break, we are pleased to announce that we are planning to resume our programme of meetings in the coming year. The plans are not yet confirmed, and will have to be flexible while things are still difficult, but we will do what we can to get back to (nearly) normal.
To start with, bookings for the Quiz Night on October 18 are open so please gather your teams promptly to ensure your spaces.
After much too long a break, we are pleased to announce that we are planning a programme of meetings for the coming year. The plans are not yet confirmed, and will have to be flexible while things are still difficult, but we will do what we can to get back to (nearly) normal.