Peldon Village Fete, June 9th 2018 – Report by Bill Tamblyn

The weather was kind. The village rallied (as it always does) with well over 30 volunteers: to staff the stalls, haul up tents, take money, collect the rubbish… you name it and they do it. And our takings were well up on last year. So much for the hard facts on the Fete. I am […]

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Church Tower Open

Do come along on Saturday July 21st or Sunday 26th August, 1.30 to 4.30pm. Fantastic views from the top of the tower, and afternoon teas!  

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Next event – Peldon Highland Fling

Our first big event of the year! £12 per adult  and £8 for under 12’s. Please book early with your choice of food from Haggis, chicken or veggie. Tickets from: Sally Abbott 01206 735931, email: sallyabbt@btinternet.com (Please click on poster image for full details)  

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Can you offer to help at an event?

There is a calendar of events for 2018 and and we have a very small committee. Please contact Chairman Bill Tamblyn if you could help, or if you’d like to chat about the possibility of doing so. Tel.  01206 735770 email:  bill.tamblyn@aspects.net  

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Peldon Village Carols – CANCELLED

We are sorry but this had to be cancelled on the night because of not enough singers and people to knock on doors. We hope to try again in 2018. Perhaps there is something we are not doing right, so if you have any ideas please contact the Chairman of the Friends, Bill Tamblyn. Contact […]

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Christmas Bazaar – Report

This was held on 2nd December, at  Peldon & Wigboroughs Community Hall. It was an extavaganza of crafts, jewellery, food, ornaments, plants, stocking fillers and other gifts. There was even a honey stall from a beekeeper from Mersea. Other attractions included a bottle tombola and a well-stocked raffle. There was also a Father Christmas and […]

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‘Youth must have some dalliance!’ – Report

This concert on November 17th was an extravaganza of music, vocal and instrumental, from the time of Henry the Eighth no less! The 20 singers and instrumentalists from Towering Angels (Quire) and Colchester Waits had the audience spellbound. The church was nearly full, and the Friends provided drinks and nibbles.  

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