Welcome to the November issue of the Village News. As we approach Armistice Day we dedicate our cover image this month to those who sacrificed their lives. Details of the local Royal British Legion’s Act of Remembrance and Laying of Wreaths can be found in their article on page here. Times and dates for the Remembrance Sunday services at our local churches are available on here.
There is much to report this month. Many local services are now returning to normal which is fab. Our church bells are ringing once more thanks to the wonderful bell ringers of St John’s. Children’s activities at the library are now up and running again along with the chance to browse and borrow once more. And our lovely village bus is now out and about four times a week and getting you from A to B in style.
Although the Hagley Ramblers are back to face to face scouting, unfortunately they are unable to organise the annual village bonfire this year - there are just too many uncertainties. Hopefully they’ll return next year as spectacular as ever - we’ll look forward to it!
Hagley Art Club are pleased to be holding their annual exhibtion this year having missed it last year due to the pandemic. It will be at the Community Centre - see their advert here for dates and times, we’re sure it will be worth a visit.
And another plea from the Gardeners Club - they are in desperate need of a new chairperson and are hoping that someone will take on this role fairly soon otherwise they will have to close. Take a look at their article here for more details.
Hope you good peeps enjoy this months issue and find plenty of interesting information within. Leave it with you for now - we’ll be back again next month. Take care folks!
Front cover photo courtesy of Caroline Oakley
Editor Hagley Village News
Events in Hagley
Tuesday 30 November
7.00 pm MC Paws Training at Hagley Community Centre