Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Fitzhead Village in Somerset

Latest News and Events in Fitzhead Village

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 NOVEMBER COFFEE MORNING Monday 12 November, 10.30 am at Janet and Colin Weeks’ home, Swift Lodge, 4 Tithe Meadow.  Limited parking but homemade biscuits a speciality. £1




29 November.  Three courses £13, two courses £10.  Please ring Richard, 432352 at the New Inn, Halse to book your place at least two days prior

DURING THE WHOLE OF NOVEMBER there will be a display in the Church to recognise/commemorate the end of the First World War and to recognise specifically ‘Fitzhead fallen’.  A number of us have been busy for months making a poppy display and it would be wonderful if ALL of you could make the effort to go to and into the Church to see our work.  We are very lucky to be able to have our Church open every day, so please, please try to go and look/read - especially commemorating our 6 Fitzhead fallen (2nd Lieut Shapland, Driv Criddle, Pte Cross, Pte Pole, Pte Thresher and Pte Maunder)

Wreath Making Session - Thursday 6th December, 7.30pm start.
Booking is ESSENTIALso that we can cater for everyone, mulled wine especially!  Please call Louise Martin on 400905.

 Fitzhead Singers

Christmas Whist Drive, Friday 21 December, Oake Village Hall, 7.30 pm.  Gentle reminder asking you to provide raffle prizes OR cash donation for prizes to be bought.  Please contact Mandy


 Susanna Pilates

‘The Fitzhead Singers’ meet once a week on Monday evenings between 7.30 and 9.00pm in the Tithe Barn and everyone is welcome to join us.  We are a mix of men and women and most of us could not read music when we started, or indeed done any singing for years.  We sing a variety of music, chosen by our music guru, Colin. It doesn’t matter whether or not you have been in music groups before: we are a friendly, supportive group and we do this for fun. But, with Colin’s patient guidance, we work hard to improve both our singing and our musical understanding.  Look out in the village newsletter for dates of practice, or contact Mandy Bool for more information.