LITTER: I have made comments here before about dogs fouling the pavement, but the amount of litter dropped around our estate is just as bad. On walking down the road Saturday morning, on the corner of North Way and Windover Crescent, it looked like the outside of a burger shop with paper cups etc. If you have takeaway food, take the packaging home and put it in the dustbin. Help to keep Nevill Estate clean and teach your offspring to do the same.
WALLANDS SCHOOL: We are wanting toy cars your family may have finished with. Our lunchtime playground toys have proved very popular, especially the toy cars and the initial collection of cars that were bought has dwindled to seven. Do have a look out for any of our Wallands cars, and if you have any type of vehicle to donate please leave on the bench in reception for Mrs Taylor. We have been offered great value tickets for BHAFC for their home game vs Reading on 12 March 2016. They are opening up the Shelf stand and would love to have a full house. Tickets, adult £24 (usually £36), U18 £10 (usually £18) U11 £5 (usually £10). We have to book as a school group to get these rates so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like tickets and they will coordinate the group tickets. Congratulations to Lola Mcconalogue and Anna Taylor (Yr2). Both girls passed their Grade One Modern Theatre dance exam with Merit.
CHRIST CHURCH: Worship on Sunday at 10.30am will be led by Rev Dr John Neal with Sunday Club for children. There will also be an evening service at 6.30pm with Holy Communion led by Rev John Gordon. This service will also have items by the church choir. On Wednesday our craft groups will be meeting at 9.30am and 7.30pm. There is no charge for attending these, you only pay for materials. Looking further ahead we are now planning our half term Messy Church which will be on Friday October 30 from 10.30am. The theme will be Jairus’s Daughter. The event is free and open to anyone but children must be accompanied by an adult.
KEEP A LOOKOUT: Just reading your article about car vandalism on the Neville, reminded me about an incident about a month ago when some kind White Van Driver no doubt not taxed or insured, side swiped my car while parked outside of my house in Northway. I kindly neighbour opposite heard the noise of the vehicle hitting my car, but was unable to get the registration. From the debris left on the road from the van, I have found that it was a 1998 Renault Van but have not been able to trace the vehicle, so if anyone knows of such a vehicle with damage to the front offside wing perhaps they could let me know through your column.
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