PADLEY FARM B & B Dungworth Green, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S6 6HE For further information and to book online visit: Website: www.padleyfarm.co.uk Or telephone: 0114 285 1427
Handy for the facilities and attractions of Sheffield and the Peak National Park. Enjoy the local countryside and great food at the village pub or nearby pubs, garden centres and restaurants.
NEWSLETTER All rooms have king-sized beds, Freeview TV, hostess trays and panoramic views across the Bradfield Parish. 40
No. 48 :: july to october 2012 BRADFIELD, IN THE PEAK NATIONAL PARK
VILLAGE HALL EVENTS PROGRAMME CHECK Saturday 21st July
Farmers Market and Dance
Saturday 18th August
Farmers Market and Dance
Friday 21st September
Ladies Night: (details on page 19)
Saturday 22nd September
Farmers Market and Dance
Saturday 29th September
Salsa/Jive Night (details on page 36)
Friday 5th October
Loxley Silver Band
Saturday 6th October
Bradfest: (details on page 3)
Sunday 14th October
Pantomime: ―Little Green Riding Hood‖
Saturday 3rd November
Robin Johnson Trio (0114 285 1227)
Bradfield in Bloom October 2011 Clean up
Cheers everyone and thank you. 2
GROUPS THAT MEET REGULARLY IN THE VILLAGE HALL
BRADFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY: First Monday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Malcolm Nunn 233 7463 BRADFIELD LADIES: Second Monday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Evelyn 234 3385 Yoga: Every Monday 10.00 a.m. Contact: Grace 285 1271 RHYTHM & RHYME: Every Tuesday 9.00 a.m. - 10.00 a.m. (Parents and Toddlers) Contact: Amanda Cheetham 286 2981 WHIST DRIVE: Every Tuesday: 7.30 p.m. Contact: Pat Crawshaw 285 1377 TAI CHI: Every Tuesday: 6.30 p.m.— 7.45 p.m. Contact: Grace 285 1271
BADMINTON: 7.30 p.m.: Contact: Mark 285 1227
MOTHER AND CHILD GROUP: Every Thursday 9.00 a.m. - 12 noon Run by Sheffield City Council
ZUMBA 7.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. : Contact : 07793 403969
FARMERS MARKETS: 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.: Next to last Saturday BRADFIELD DANCE: Next to last Saturday with Clive Smith
Second Saturday or as advertised :: BRADFLIX :: (details page 12) 38
With thanks for the support of all our sponsors … Bradfield Parish Council
Padley Farm, B & B
Bradfield Village Hall
The Old Horns
P & W Automobiles
Joanna Warwick, Chiropodist
Lisa Abbott, Photographer
Royal Hotel, Dungworth
OTHER LOCAL EVENTS Thursday 19th July Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group Halls, Houses and Snugs of S6. A look back at historic Hillsborough and Owlerton by Ron Clayton. 7.45 p.m., Hillsborough Sports Arena, Hillsborough Park (234 5215)
Postcard Cafe & Post Office
Friday 3rd August Sorby Natural History Society Wildflowers and Other Plants. Walk with Roger Butterfield around High Bradfield and Rocher Bog. Meet High Bradfield Churchyard off Jane Street at 10.00 a.m. (around 3 hours/3 miles) (2517212). OS grid reference SK267925. Interactive map and directions at http://g.co/maps/8a3e2.
Thursday 16th August Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group Mr Straw‘s house at Worksop by Amanda Neilson. 7.45 p.m., Hillsborough Sports Arena, Hillsborough Park (234 5212) SEE PAGE 25
CAN YOU HELP? Please send notices and articles to The Editor, Mrs Evelyn Cauwood, 30 Chase Road, Loxley, Sheffield S6 6RA Tel: (0114) 234 3385 :: email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for next Newsletter :: Friday 22nd September 2012 Bradfield Village Newsletter does not endorse comments made in articles or statements made by contributors and/or advertisers to the newsletter
The Newsletter is printed by: Jenkinson Marshall Neepsend Lane, Tel: 0114 272 1311 Fax: 0114 276 6240 4
Thursday 20th September Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group Sheffield Working Lives by Suzanne Bingham 7.45 p.m., Hillsborough Sports Arena, Hillsborough Park (234 5212)
Thursday 18th October Hillsborough and Owlerton Local History Group Early Medieval Lords of Sheffield by Lloyd Powell. 7.45 p.m., Hillsborough Sports Arena, Hillsborough Park (234 5212) 37
BRADFIELD VILLAGE HALL At the Annual General Meeting held on Monday 26th March 2012, the following officers were appointed … CHAIRMAN
MINUTES and NEWSLETTER
Committee Members Having now left the village, Steve Dennis resigned from the committee. As the local Sub Postmaster, Steve‘s assistance as a seller of events tickets and contact for hirers of the hall, has been invaluable. He will be missed. All other standing members were appointed .. Pat Crawshaw
Revd. A. T. Isaacson
Hannah Isherwood Grace Windle
Plus a representative of Bradfield Parish Council. The business of the Village Hall is thriving but everything needs guidance. Please consider getting involved It would be especially welcome if younger members of our community were represented 36
ST. NICHOLAS’ CHURCH, BRADFIELD
BRADFIELD AT WAR MEMORIES OF MRS ENA GARNETT
Sunday worship every week at 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. All welcome
By Bradfield Newsletter‘s Roving Reporter
Thank you to all – groups and individuals – who have contributed towards the restoration and development of our church organ. At the time of printing the work is nearly complete, and all are invited to:
I would imagine that the military occupied the village hall for about 5 years all told. They were guarding the dams basically. They fixed pylons either side of the dams with strings hanging down with weights. They used to practice the bouncing bomb, mainly on Ladybower, but they also did some practising on Dam Flask. And I remember sitting in the grass with my friend watching the aeroplanes coming down the valley from Derwent.
Sunday 29th July at 6.30pm Choral Evensong with the re-dedication of the church organ by the Bishop of Doncaster the Rt Revd Peter Burrows Friday 12th October at 7.30pm Harvest Ceilidh with pie and pea supper Bradfield Village Hall admission by ticket from 0114 220 7669 or 0114 234 1144 £10 adult, £8 child Sunday 14th October Harvest Festival at 10.30am followed by auction of Harvest produce For any enquiries concerning baptisms, weddings or other matters, please contact the Rector, the Revd Alan Isaacson (0114) 285 1225 e-mail: email@example.com www.achurchnearyou.com/bradfield-st-nicholas The church is usually open every day 9.-00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. (or dusk if sooner) 6
In 1944 I would be 10 so went to Bradfield Village School. I believe that the reason I am claustrophobic now is because I had to wear a gas mask and always said that mine didn‘t fit as I could put my finger under it. The gas van came round and we had to go in it to see if the mask worked. I was absolutely terrified because mine was leaking. And to me that gas van was a nightmare. We had a cellar with a stone slab, and my mother had a *pancheon that she made bread in, this was full of water and she would sit under the stone slab when the sirens went. I was terrified of being closed in down there and insisted on staying in the room. There was a tin plate in front of the fire that rattled every time a bomb dropped, but I wouldn‘t go into the cellar. *Pancheon: a large earthenware bowl, white glazed on the inside.
More of Ena‘s memories to come … If you have any memories of old Bradfield, or know of anyone willing to share their memories, please contact Evelyn on: 234 3385 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Answer to the unusual paragraph on page 32 : The letter ‗e‘ which is the most common letter used in the English language, does not appear even once in the paragraph. 35
Butchery, Deli and Café offering locally sourced and artisan produce sold and served in our renovated Victorian schoolrooms in the heart of Low Bradfield. Award winning fresh foods from Yorkshire, expertly prepared and butchered meats from our own farm, traditional and organic bakery produce, delicatessen items created by our own chefs, great choice of local and British cheeses, fantastic quality local produce and worldwide flavours, specially selected wine from single estate vin eyar ds, Brad field a les and trad it iona l ciders. Weekly Friday Supper Club British classics with a twist—2 Courses £14 or 3 Courses £18 Food served 5.30 pm = 8.30 pm
Macmillan Coffee Morning St Nicholas‘ Church, Bradfield
Saturday 29th September 2012 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Weekly Saturday Evening Bistro Gourmet food, fine wine—3 Courses & Coffee £29.95 Food served 7.00 pm—9 pm Sunday Roast Home reared Beef & Lamb Roast Dinner served with all the trimmings. Booking is not essential but advisable. Food served 12.00 pm—4.00 pm.
The Schoolrooms, Mill Lee Road, Low Bradfield, Sheffield S6 6LB email@example.com w www.theschoolrooms.co.uk t 0114 285 1920
On sale: Homemade Cakes, Handmade Jewellery, Greetings Cards, and More! Please can you help by donating items for Raffle, Bring & Buy or make Cakes Please contact Josie (Tel: 286 2059) Or Mary (Tel: 286 2791)
BRADFIELD By Keith Willmott
Spring is back, another year, It really has flown by But I’m glad that I’m still here. To hear the curlews cry
Daffodils wave on a gentle breeze, By the bridge o’er a babbling brook. Blossom flowering on the trees, Have a walk and take a look.
Farmers markets, craft fairs all, Bowls, tennis and village cricket, Films to watch in the village hall, Don’t forget to buy a ticket.
Hard work goes in to keep it well, So thanks to all who volunteer. There goes the sound of the old church bell.
Another Spring, Another Year.
BRADFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The Taxi Driver
Our e-mail address is: Bradfield.firstname.lastname@example.org All meetings are in the Bradfield Village Hall, starting 7.2-0 p.m. Enquiries :: 233 7463
A passenger in a taxi tapped the driver on the shoulder to ask him something. The driver screamed, lost control of the cab, nearly hit a bus, drove up over the curb and stopped just inches from a large plate glass window.
Monday 2nd July Frank Stones will be giving a personal account of ―The Great Escape‖ Monday 6th August Maureen Taylor will be giving an illustrated talk on ―Tudor Gardens‖ Monday 3rd September Peter Claxton will be telling us about the work of the Escafeld Medieval Society Friday 14th September Social/Quiz Night and Pie & Pea Supper and will be by booking only. Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September We have a stall booked at Kelham Island ―Down By the Riverside Event‖. Open 11.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on both days. Monday 1st October Fred Coupland will be giving an illustrated talk on ―Aerial Archaeology‖. Monday 5th November David Clarke will be talking about ―Mysteries of South Yorkshire‖ Our final meeting of 2012 will be on Monday 3rd December will be Christmas Dinner and will be by booking only. Sunday 25th November We will be having a stall at the Christmas Craft Fair in Low Bradfield village hall.
For a few moments, everything was silent in the cab and then the driver said, ―Please don‘t ever do that again. You scared the living daylights out of me!‖ The passenger, who was also frightened, apologized and said he didn‘t realise that a tap on the shoulder could frighten him so much. The driver replied, ―I‘m sorry. It‘s really not your fault at all. Today is my first day driving a cab. For the last 25 years, I‘ve been driving a hearse.‖ A Real Story Reply from BAA, the world‘s leading airport company. As I wanted to check the safe departure of my daughter who was flying to New York for a few days I logged onto LHR Airport and checked the Live Flight Information mid morning only to find the Live Status Column completely blank. Somewhat disappointed at this lack of information, I e-mailed BAA to complain. I received the following e-mail in reply ! From website email@example.com Sent: Saturday, November 05, 2005 6.36 PM Subject: Re: Baa.com Feedback Thank you for your enquiry. So sorry you were unable to obtain the information. On this occasion I‘m afraid we were experiencing technical problems. Sorry for the incontinence. Regards, Jane BAA, the world‘s leading airport company—http://www.baa.com 33
CHUCKLE CORNER PARAPROSDOKIAN SENTENCES ‗Paraprosdokian‘ is a figure of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected in a way that causes the reader or listener to reframe or reinterpret the first part. It is frequently used for humorous or dramatic effect, sometimes producing an anticlimax, for example … We never really grow up, we only learn how to act in public. War does not determine who is right—only who is left. Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit: Wisdom is not putting it in a
The early bird might get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. Evening news is where they begin with ‗Good evening‘, and then proceed
to tell you why it isn‘t. To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism. To steal from many is
research. A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops.
On my desk, I have a work station.
How is it that one careless match can start a forest fire, but it takes a
whole box to start a campfire? I didn‘t say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you. Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars,
but check when you say the paint is wet? The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas! To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and call whatever you hit the
ENGLISH HERITAGE OPEN DAYS We will again be taking part in English Heritage Open Days National Events—we have arranged for a guided/historical walk around Ughill on Saturday September 8th starting from the Water Monument on Hoarstones Road at 1 a.m. and finishing around 12.30 p.m.—anyone wishing to join in this walk must book prior to the date.
FAMILY/LOCAL HISTORY DAY We are once again staging this popular event— it will take place on Sunday 21st October in Low Bradfield village hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and admission will be free of charge and refreshments will also be available. There will be around 12 organisations taking part in this year‘s event.
BRADFIELD DVD We now have a DVD around Bradfield available at £3 per copy and it is the original vine film taken by George Gaisford of Ughill Hall in 1963. It was transferred to video around 20 years ago and due to requests for copies we have transferred now it to a DVD. Copies can be obtained from myself. BRADFIELD PARISH ARCHIVES/FAMILY HISTORY CENTRE We will also be taking part in the local parish shows and galas which normally run throughout June and July. The majority of our old archives are now available to research on-line and can be viewed at www.bradfieldarchives/co.uk.
This is an unusual paragraph. I‘m curious as to just how quickly you can find out what is so unusual about it. It looks so ordinary and plain that you would think nothing was wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong with it! It is highly unusual though. Study it and think about it, but you still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might find out. Try to do so without any coaching! (Answer at bottom of page 35.)
We are now well under way with cataloguing/indexing these documents which should now make researching family names and locations easier when reading the documents.
Anyone wishing to help with this project should contact me at the Parish Offices. We are still open every Thursday between 9 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. for anyone to research family/local/social history.
The formal film season which runs from October to May has ended for this year, but throughout the summer we are showing one off events including coverage of the London 2012 Olympics. Friday July 27th = 6.30pm: London 2012 Opening Ceremony. Sunday August 05, 2012 = 6.30pm: London 2012 Athletics Finals Sunday August 12, 2012 = 6.30pm: London 2012 Closing Ceremony Why watch at home when you can watch on our large screen. The bar/kitchen will be open as usual.
Bradfield in Bloom October 2011 Clean up
Also watch out for: A night of Queen; Whitesnake concert.
Other Possible Dates - Subject to demand BRADFLIX is run by the members for the members and, if demand warrants it, we may also show Films on Friday Evenings. We also organise FILM PARTIES, if you would like to book a Film Party contact Jim, James or Lynn. We can show any film that has been released on DVD. 10
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 26 MARCH 2012 Countryside campaigners cheer Peak District plans for action on off-roading Plans published on Friday to save Peak District green lanes from off-roading damage are being welcomed by local campaigners. The Peak District National Park Authority has committed to work on 27 routes in the National Park, including making repairs on some and consulting on road closures on others. “This is great news! We’ve been campaigning for the National Park Authority to get on with protecting our most sensitive and damaged lanes, so it’s really heartening that it has listened to local people’s concerns and is putting its money where its mouth is,” said John King, planning officer with Friends of the Peak District1. In particular, the action plan identifies five lanes where it will consult with the public about what it calls “vehicle regulation”: Long Causeway at Stanage Edge Cherpit Lane at Great Longstone The Roych near Chapel-en-le-Frith Brough Lane above Bamford Brushfield, near Monsal Head “Long Causeway and the Roych are the current top two lanes we’ve been lobbying to save as part of our Take Back the Tracks campaign. Work on these is really urgent because the damage is so terrible, and the landscapes here are particularly environmentally sensitive,” said John King. However, the action plan does not specify what kind of vehicle regulation the National Park Authority will be consulting on. “The National Park Authority may suggest a number of options including seasonal restrictions or just making lanes one-way. We want bold action – and the most sensitive lanes closed to all recreational vehicles for good! Our precious green lanes need saving properly, and permanently,” added John King. “This is by no means a done deal. If you care about your countryside, please look out for the consultations and have your say.” The consultations are due to start this summer. 30
HOW TO JOIN BRADFLIX All you need to do is turn up to a film, fill in the form and pay the relevant fee. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP (minimum 18 main films and TV events) Adult—£25.00 Students / OAP’s—£20.00 Under 16’s—£10 (Under 16 on 1st January associated adult ticket required) Family—£50.00 (2 adults, 3 children) DAY MEMBERSHIP : Adults: £4.00 per film Child £2 per film Refreshments Popcorn, Sweets, Our Cow Molly Ice Cream, etc. Licensed bar with Bradfield Brewery Ale, Tea and Coffee also available MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to know more please feel free to ask Jim Muirhead or James Powell or visit the web site www.bradflix.co.uk Check the website for changes and additions to the programme. You can reserve places on line if you wish.
Joanna Warwick HPC REGISTERED CHIROPODIST 16 Eden Drive, Loxley, S6 6TE Tel: 07 912 884 179 Evening & Saturday appointments available Convenient Parking—Disabled Access Westfield/Simply Health (Formerly HAS) Approved
:: BRADFIELD CRICKET :: “WHO’S AT HOME?” :: If you enjoy coming to Bradfield to savour the atmosphere and a bit of cricket, use this list to check if there is a match on and who is playing
*** League S.Y. (Div 1) or (Div 3) : Barnsley (BL) : North West (NW) : Bradfield XI (B XI) : Ivan Priestley (IP) : Friendly (F) : Cup (C) Day
1st XI U17 2nd XI U17 1st XI 2nd XI
Norton Woodseats Whitley Hall Phoenix Millhouses Works Elsecar B Barnsley C
SY Div 1 IP SY Div 3 IP SY Div 1 SY Div 3
1st XI 2nd XI 1st XI 2nd XI
Shiregreen Norton Oakes B Tickhill Tickhill B
SY Div 1 SY Div 3 SY Div 1 SY Div 3
Rotherham Town B Conisbrough B Rockingham
SY Div 1 SY Div 3 SY Div 1
July 2012 Sat Tues Sat Tues Sat Sat
7th 10th 14th 17th 21st 28th
August 2012 Sat Sat Sat Sat
4th 11th 18th 25th
September 2012 Foot Spa
In-growing toe nails
Fungal Nail Treatments
Callous & Corn Removal
Sat Sat Sat
1st 8th 15th
1st XI 2nd XI 1st XI
End of 2012 Season
Optional Extra at a small cost … Nail Paint
www.bradfield-walkers.org.uk Sunday 24th June: Round walk around Little Don Valley. Meet 10.00 a.m. at Langsett Barn car park and returning around 3.00 p.m. Wednesday 11th July: Round walk in the Derwent Valley. Meet 10.30 a.m. at Fairholmes roadside car park and returning ar ound 3.00 p.m.
Sunday 19th August: Round walk in the Ewden Valley. Meet 10.30 a.m. at Glen Howe Park, Wharncliffe Side and returning around 3.00 p.m.
Sunday 16th September: Round walk on Stanage and Bamford Moors. Meet 10.30 a.m. at Cutthroat Bridge (A57 lay by) and returning around 3.00 p.m.
Sunday 13th October: Round walk in Bradfield Dale.. Meet 10.30 a.m. at Low Bradfield Car Park and returning around 3.00 p.m.
Sunday 30th December: Round walk starting at 10.30 a.m. from Low Bradfield car park and finishing around 1.30 p.m.—route to be determined according to weather and conditions. Bradfield Parish Walk Packs—Packs of descriptive walks are available, there are 6 long and 6 short walks packs and are available ―Free of Charge‖ from myself or Bradfield Parish Council Offices. Two local booklets ―Hills, Dykes & Dams‖ and ―Moor Memories from the Peak District‖ are also available ―Free of Charge‖ from myself or from Bradfield Parish Council Offices.
Anyone is welcome to join these walks and should bring a packed lunch and suitable clothing/footwear. For further information contact Malcolm Nunn on (0114) 233 7463 28
On a solo UK tour which started in January, Steve Knightley paused in Bradfield on Friday 27th April 2012. And a full house was royally entertained. As the song writing force behind ―Show of Hands‖, he is best known for his work alongside Phil Beer (who visited us last year). Together they are widely acclaimed as the finest acoustic roots duo in England. Steve‘s easy mixture of anecdotes, inspiring music and instrumental versatility enchanted everyone. We look forward to the day the two of them visit Bradfield as ―Show of Hands‖ … watch this space!
March 2012 Bradfield in Bloom member Sue Jamison-Powell creating a “Willow *Fedge” to screen the beehives in the Community Orchard. [NB: * A „Fedge‟ is a cross between a fence and a hedge]
And after the show, everything has to be packed up and moved on. Thank you Steve for a very good night. 14
SPRING JUDGING DAY 23rd MARCH 2012 Preparing the displays
The Judges ... Judge ...
Meanwhile in the village hall â€Ś Everyone else waits And the results are as follows ...
YORKSHIRE IN BLOOM JUDGES REPORT SPRING 2012 Category 1A
We are aiming to support our soldiers (service men/women) by collecting a number of items to fill shoe boxes. We will then send them overseas to promote the wellbeing of armed forces personnel.
Bradfield in Bloom Introduction The wonderful setting of the villages was enhanced on the day of our visit by wonderful weather. Situated on the edge of the peak district it attracts large numbers of visitors. This brings with it issues such as parking and litter, the group do well to keep the area litter free as this will be a constant challenge. Innovation would seem to be the factor that drives the group, fund raising by catering at the farmers market rewards the hard work with an income. The whole village seems to undertake challenges be it the bowlers building a new pavilion or the bloom group clearing the stream and planting an orchard. Section A: Horticultural Achievement Areas of Achievement The setting and care given to the cricket field and bowls area provide a pleasant heart to the lower village. This is enhanced by the planting often on difficult sites of spring flowers including daffodils. The idea to recycle spring bedding plants for future use; and to purchase them from a nursery being established to help disabled in to work. The church yard and the maintenance team of sheep have mown this large and difficult area.
THINGS WE CAN PUT IN THE BOXES: Toothpaste/toothbrushes
Crackers/ Crisps/ Oatcakes
Packet Soups/ Stock Cubes/ Beef Jerky
Cereal bars/ Dried fruit
Roll on deodorant
Biscuits/ Shortbread/ Small cakes
Travel sweets/ Chocolate bars
Toffee/ Fudge/ Lollipops
Chocolate raisins/ peanuts
Mints/ Chewing gum/ Fruit pastilles, etc.
Sport programmes/ Jigsaws
Travel games/Playing cards
Blank blue airmail letters
Socks/ Boot laces
Pens/ Pencils/ Colouring Pencils
::: MESSAGE OF SUPPORT ::: ANY OTHER SMALL ITEM YOU CAN THINK OF :::
Areas for improvement Consider carefully the replacement planting for the triangle in High Bradfield, as it is in a busy area careful thought will need to be given as to the replacement plan and plant selection. The Parish Council garden was due for a spring tidy up to set the area up for summer. Monitor the bed at the top of the wall by the village hall, this will always be a challenge but recent improvements should help with plant establishment. 16
We also need shoeboxes to put the items in, so if you have any spare please can you donate them? We hope you can help to collect the items above to help soldiers that are constantly helping us by fighting for our country.
Thank You!!! Hannah and Harry Warwick (Aged 14 and 11) For further details please contact Joanna Warwick (Mum)– 07912 884179 25
Section B: Environmental Responsibility Areas of Achievement Cleaning the stream and banking to allow a wider range of plants to grow in a natural setting. The high level of achievement from the activities the group undertakes. Things are well planned and a range of projects are proposed to keep developing the area. New signs around the village provide information and add interest for visitors. The Parish Council assistance with mowing the orchard. The fund raising activities of the group. Areas for Improvement Bradfield is an excellent example of community involvement be it in bloom or other groups. However the group sees the need to gain new members if possible. It may be possible to try to do this on the orchard day when a large number of people will be around. Some sort of contact point or way of getting contact details could be considered. Section C: Community Participation Areas of Achievement To keep the area litter free with such a high number of visitors is hard work, but very effective. The orchard and the development of bee hives and the planting of the edible hedge by children. Consider perennial planting when re窶電eveloping areas to reduce work load and cost. Areas for Improvement As the orchard becomes more established information boards or guides could be considered both for the orchard and possibly as a guide to other plants and trees in the area. A little like wild life boards but for plants.
The summer Judging Day will be on Tuesday 17th July 2012 24
BY WAY OF A CHANGE THIS YEAR WE ARE HOLDING TWO CAROL NIGHTS: ON FRIDAY 14TH DECEMBER LOCAL CAROLS IN
ON FRIDAY 21ST DECEMBER TRADITIONAL CAROLS
LOW BRADFIELD VILLAGE HALL AT 7.30 P.M. MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT WILL BE PROVIDED FOR BOTH EVENTS: MORE DETAILS NEARER THE TIME.
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Welcome to Heather Tingle, our new Postmistress, who has kindly agreed to take over as Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator. Anyone still interested in being members, please let us have your contact details and we will let you know when the next meeting will be. The village shop e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org Or ring Grace on 285 1271. 18
Friday 21st September 2012
LADIES NIGHT Cheese & Wine :: Film (to be decided) :: Raffle … Also on offer on the night … A taster Reflexology or Facial Adults (18+) £5.00 (inc. glass wine) Mums can bring daughters (aged 12-17) £2.50 (inc. a soft drink) Further info and tickets from: Grace 285 1271
THE ROYAL AT DUNGWORTH Main Road Tel: 0114 285 1213
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Royal. Families looking for a place to relax with small children look no further.
Enjoy fine ales Now selling Bradfield Brewery Yorkshire Farmer, Plus 1 other guest Ale OPENING TIMES: Mon to Fri 6pm – 11pm :: Sat 12noon – 11pm Sun 12noon – 4pm and 7pm – 10.30pm FOOD SERVED: Mon to Fri 6pm – 8pm :: Sat 12noon – 8pm Sun 12noon – 2.30pm
Sunday is Carvery Day :: served 11.30 am—7.00 p.m. Monday is Steak Day Tuesday is Curry Club Day
and Quiz Night with jackpot and prizes to be won 9.30 p.m. Wednesday is Pie Day Thursday is American Day Friday is Fish Day *** BOOKING IS ADVISABLE ON ALL DAYS ***
4 star Accommodation available Email: Info@royalhotel-dungworth.co.uk www.royalhotel-dungworth.co.uk
Postcard Café and ::: New Road, Low Bradfield, S. Yorkshire S6 6HW ::: Tel: (0114) 285 1280
Large beer garden with bouncy castle at weekends and school holidays Home cooked food served daily 12 noon to 2.30 Evenings Wednesday to Saturday 5.30 to 8.30 and All day Sunday until 7.00 p.m. Wednesday Quiz Night First Tuesday:
Music Evening, all types: listen or join in
Celebrating 200 years as a pub in 2009 IN THE PEAK NATIONAL PARK 20
Stores The original village store in Low Bradfield
For the very best in freshly baked cakes, fresh tea and coffee, ―Our Cow Molly‖ ice cream and a full range of provisions and locally sourced produce. Café, shop and Post Office with holiday cottage. Call in and enjoy an informal and very warm welcome Open 7 days per week :: Walkers are welcome 21