Shropshire Village Halls Quiz 2016/17

We have a reputation for great village quizzes in Adderley so here’s your chance to take the experience to the next level. Shropshire Rural Community Council have just announced the Village Halls Quiz 2016/17. Details are below. If you fancy your chances and want to be a coordinator then send a note to Phil Gadd: Phil Gadd and/or Paul Nash and we will organise the necessaries.

VILLAGE HALL QUIZS 2

VILLAGE HALL QUIZS 1

 

 

A529 Road Closure

ROAD CLOSURE – A529 Adderley to County Boundary – 25 July 2016 – 28 days (09:00 – 17:00) Carriageway Resurfacing 

The works will take place during the school holidays. The work will cover the road from the Spoonley turning outside Market Drayton to the Shropshire county border outside Audlem. The work will close the road from 9:00 in the morning until 17:00 in the evening. It is intended that the work will be completed in 28 days.

 

People with any concerns regarding this closure should contact Kirsti Jones

Highways Works Programmer

email: streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk

Sunday 19th June

St.Peter’s Church service will be Holy Communion led by Rev’d Zoe Heming

A Family service with a play to be acted out by the congregation.

All are welcome.

In future, there will be a basket by the font, in aid of the Market Drayton Food bank.If anyone wishes to bring any items to the service, (tinned and long life produce recommended), they will delivered direct.Thank you.

Village Bag Collection – Raising Money for School Fund.

Jenny Nixon will be dropping some bags around the village tomorrow. They are bags for school which help to raise money for the school fund. She will drive around on Thursday afternoon (around 3) and pick up any which are left outside people’s houses (will leave instructions with the bags). Alternatively people can take them directly to the school. Black bin bags are fine too.

Please support this initiative for the school if you can.

Adderley Village Lunch

This year the village lunch took on the Queen’s 90th Birthday theme. There were flags, crowns to be decorated, a Royal Toast, patriotic singing we even had themed royal cakes. We also had exceptional food. Thanks has to go to the amazing volunteers, yet again, who make these events such a success: the organising committee, the bar staff, the volunteer caterers, not forgetting the pudding makers and Mr Phil Gadd for providing the entertainment and organising the tickets. Of course, thank you to all the good people of Adderley and their friends who supported the event.

Pictures by Marius Coulon

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