We now have a fully refurbished meeting room, with WiFi. It is available for hire at very reasonable rates.
Please contact Lyn for details on 01953 605450.
Spooner Row Art Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month, from 1.30 to 3.30 pm to paint and draw together and exchange tips and ideas.
Some of the resulting pictures are displayed at the village hall and are for sale! New members of all abilities are welcome. Please contact Isobel on 01953 600533 if you are interested.
Saturday 8th February 2020 | 7pm
Spooner Row Village Hall
-Doors open at 7pm – Quiz from 7.30pm
-£7.50 per ticket including fish and chips
-Booking now tables of up to 6
Email us at email@example.com to reserve your table.
Saturday 30th November | 7pm
Spooner Row Village Hall
-Doors open at 7pm, with food from 7.30pm
-Selection of curries (including vegetarian), sides and appetisers
-Bring your own drinks
-£15 per person (Over 18s only)
For tickets please contact Lindsey: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07775 331112
We’re pleased to announce that broadband is being installed this month and should be live by the end of August.
A big thank you from the committee to our many helpers and to all of you who came along to support this year’s fete and make it such a success. We raised over £900 for Village Hall funds, the sun shone and we spent a happy afternoon with our friends and neighbours in the heart of our community.
Winners of the Dog Show:
Loveliest Lady: Maggie May
Handsomest Hound: Charlee
Waggiest Tail: Oscar
Best Trick: Bengi
Best Cross Breed: Merlin
Open Class: Bodie
BEST IN SHOW: Oscar – 1 & 1/2 year old Boxer
A full photo gallery from the 2019 Fete and Dog Show can be found, here.
It’s only three weeks until the Fete and Family Fun Dog Show! Simon Hunn from Waggy Tails, Wymondham, has kindly agreed to judge for us this year.
Click the link below for the Dog Show timetable, which has now been announced.
For more details on this years Fete and Dog Show, click here.
Thank you to those of you who came to our AGM. We’re delighted to welcome new members, Frances and Trudie, to the Committee. We look forward to them getting involved with the Village Hall, and joining us in The Boars for a drink after meetings.
We had to say goodbye to two of our hardest working Committee members at the meeting. Lesley Gowers has been our brilliant secretary for a long time now – somehow, she’s always managed to produce the minutes for a meeting by the end of that same evening – but she’s also been a stalwart helper at all our events.
Martyn Lemon has been a committee member for more years than we can remember, and Chair for many of those. He’s worked tirelessly for the Village Hall throughout that time, dealing with whatever arises from organising children’s races at the Fete to transporting vats of curry for Curry Night to overseeing the major remedial works this year.
Thank you both for all you’ve done – we’ll miss your hard work and your company.
The Committee has worked really hard to get the Hall back in working order as quickly as possible, but most of the work has been done by Martyn, Lyn and Sue. We would like to thank them for all their labours on behalf of the Committee, and the village. They have devoted many, many hours to the restoration, and we’re very grateful.
Caroline, Helen and Sue have coordinated the refurbishment of the committee room, which looks fabulous, so we’d like to thank them, too. The existing chairs are really good quality so we’re going to retain them, but an upholstery session is planned, under Sue’s capable supervision, to give them a modern twist – let us know if you’d like to join in.