Fireworks Supper Reminder

On Saturday 4th November we plan to hold, at the Village Hall, a Supper Quiz Evening which includes a fireworks display to warm us up.Fireworks Supper Reminder

The Supper is traditional bonfire night fare : Suzannes Surprise and/or Rons Roguish Spicy Goulash. The price of the supper is £12, children under 16 half price, children under 12 free.

The entry fee includes a free cider cocktail, supper and fireworks display.   The fireworks start at approximately  6:30pm.

RSVP to Ron Perry (ronperry58@yahoo.co.uk) before 30 October, to make your bookings and/or to get more information.

 

Neighbourhood Watch

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E466 27092017 PCC Visit

Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens will be visiting your area on Wednesday 26th October. Sue will be holding a public drop-in at the Balsam Centre (Balsam Park, Wincanton BA9 9HB) from 2.30-4.30pm.

If you would like to call in to meet Sue you are welcome to do so and if you have any specific questions you would like her to address, please forward these in advance to the PCC office by emailing pcc@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk or by calling 01275 816377 so that this matter can be looked into further.

You were sent this message because you are in the following group(s): North Cheriton (North Cheriton, BA80AQ).

Reminder

All are welcome

at the

NORTH CHERITON HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICE
SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER at 10:30 am

Please bring gifts of produce either to the Service or to the Church on
Saturday morning. The gifts will be divided between the Lord’s Larder
and the Barnabas Refuge in Yeovil

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Harvest Supper – Saturday 30 September

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Everyone in the village is invited to the

NORTH CHERITON HARVEST SUPPER

Saturday 30 September 2017 at 6:30 pm

in the Village Hall

ADMISSION FREE

Cottage Pie and vegetables

Seasonal puddings, cheese, coffee and tea
Soft drinks provided – or bring your own wine

Please let me know by Tuesday 26 September

if you plan to come – Contact Caroline Lee on 824133, or carolinelee100@gmail.com

This year we have chosen to donate to

The Women’s Interlink Foundation
which aims to help vulnerable women & children in Kolkata

More details available at the Supper

Open Meeting – 7.30pm on 25 September

Church of St John the Baptist, North Cheriton

North Cheriton Village Hall

25 September 2017 at 7.30am

Do come along to an Open Meeting at the Village Hall on Monday 25 September at 7.30 pm at which we will be discussing the role of Mission and Evangelism in our church and today’s world.  The Revd Tina Hodgett who is Evangelism Team Leader for our Diocese will be there, together with our Rector Tristram Rae-Smith and members of your PCC.

This is an opportunity for you to have a voice !

We would love to hear your views and if you have any ideas for our currently vacant 3rd Sunday Service each month.

Everyone welcome !

Saturday 30 September at 6.30pm

Image result for parish harvest supperEveryone in the village is invited to the

NORTH CHERITON HARVEST SUPPER
Saturday 30 September 2017 at 6:30 pm

in the Village Hall

ADMISSION FREE

Cottage Pie and vegetables
Seasonal puddings, cheese, coffee and tea
Soft drinks provided – or bring your own wine

Please let me know by Tuesday 26 September

if you plan to come

Contact Caroline Lee on 824133, or carolinelee100@gmail.com

This year we have chosen to donate to….

The Women’s Interlink Foundation
which aims to help vulnerable women & children in Kolkata

More details available at the Supper

We look forward to seeing you!

Harvest Festival Service

Image result for north cheriton churchAll are welcome

at the

NORTH CHERITON HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICE
SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER at 10:30 am

Please bring gifts of produce either to the Service or to the Church on
Saturday morning. The gifts will be divided between the Lord’s Larder
and the Barnabas Refuge in Yeovil

 

Beware – telephone scammers !

I have recently had an aggressive telephone call from someone who claimed that he was from HMRC (HM Revenue & Customs) and that I had not paid the tax due on my pension for the years 2011 to 2015. This proved to be a scam, targeted at retired people. The caller’s plan, had he got that far, would have been to pressure me into making an immediate payment of some kind in order to avoid prosecution.

In practice, pension income, apart from the State Pension, is normally paid with tax already deducted from it. Any tax due on one’s State Pension will have been collected in other ways. HMRC would write, not telephone and, prosecution, if any, would be a long way down the road.

George Renwick