2019’s curry and Christmas quiz was on Friday 6 December in the Old School Village Hall.
Due to a diary error (not ours!) the curry suppliers didn’t arrive. Emissaries were dispatched and, astonishingly, the local takeaway (Nice ‘n Spicey in Broadwey) produced 67 curries, including vegetarion options!
The quiz was great fun, and the winning team didn’t gloat at all.
St Laurence Christmas Fair will be on Saturday 30 November from 11am in the Old School Village Hall. There will be cakes, produce, quality bric-a-brac, jewellery and books on sale. A raffle will also be held, and refreshments will be available.
If anyone has any items to donate, please contract Betty Sutcliffe on 812521 or Maureen Carter on 812723.
It was with regret that we decided to cancel the bonfire and fireworks this year. The high winds and rain on the day made it too dangerous to continue. In addition the field was extremely boggy.
Although it was a great shame, the Society has not lost significant sums of money as a result (though we have, of course, lost the profit we hoped to make). We use professional dispay organisers, so we had not bought fireworks. Some of the food bought in advance was given to local good causes. Other food can be stored for later use.
Upwey Ceraramics will be holding their annual exhibition, with works by Sarah Studley, Anna Quinn, Jill Franks, Merle Turner, Catherine Woowat, Babs Kirby and Pauline Hill.
The hall will be open from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 26 October and 10am to 4pm on Sunday 27.
Refreshments are available.
Local jazz musicians, the Mill Street Jazz Band, will be playing in St Laurence Church on Sunday 20 October at 6pm. There’ll be a cash bar.
Billed as “the home of foot-tapping happy jazz” the band have been playing together for over 20 years.
Tickets are £8 from Maureen Carter on 01305 812723, or the Broadway Stores, 608 Dorchester Road, 01305 812417.
This is a not-for-profit event. The ticket price covers band and church expenses.
Don’t miss Upwey’s own Party in the Park. (Well, the car park, anyway.)
On 24 August there’ll be a great party in the Church Car Park in Church St, with music, a bar, and a prize raffle.
Entry is free and everyone is welcome, members and non-members. Bring your own food. Tables and chairs will be provided but with limited supply and heavy demand it’s essential to ring to book your places:
Call 01305 812698.
Di Pattinson is a textile artist. She works mainly with fleece, yarns and fibres, using different felting techniques creating 2D and 3D pieces.
There’s a quiz in aid of church funds in the Old School Hall at 7pm on 10 August. The cost is £5 per person which includes a welcome drink and ploughman’s supper.
Tables are for 6 people. To book, ring Carolyn on 01305 812483.
The Summer Fair in aid of Church Funds starts at 11am on 3 August.