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Volume I I Issue VI Jan/Feb 2012

Regular Sections

In the Garden Jan/Feb Film Listings

Photo Galleries

Community Updates

Dickensian Market Fox’s Christmas

Friends of Benwick Church Friends of Benwick School The Forget-Me-Nots Village Hall Committee



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appy new year! I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New years.

Inside this edition we have some of the photos taken at the Fox’s Christmas Tree day which Emily Shepperson won the village and a few from the Dickensian Market in November. There is also the usual reports from the village groups including the Friends of Benwick Church with the latest news on the new Church building.

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Scout Group News Local Trades and Services FOBC News FOBS News Dickensian Market Gallery Dickensian Market Race Night Thank you In The Garden Forget-me-Nots Village Hall Commitee Fox’s Christmas Gallery Benwick Wins Christmas January/Feb in Film Village Contacts

Can all Hall users please let Pat Tickner know of their dates and times for 2012 as soon as possible.

Adam Keppel-Garner


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Benwick Scout Group News


n November both the Cub Pack and the Scout Troop were out in the village doing the door-to-door collection for the Poppy Appeal. We had an excellent turn-out and an outstandingly generous response from the people of Benwick. The total raised from the collection, poppy wreath donations, and by the static boxes in the school and the pub was £494. Given the state of the economy, this is a wonderful outcome for the effort that everyone put in. I would like to thank Becky at the Five Alls, the staff and pupils at the school, all the Cubs and Scouts who turned in in cold and wet weather, and the helpers and leaders of the Scout Group who did likewise. It was well worth the effort. The Remembrance Service took place on Sunday 13th November. The Scout Group had a 100% turnout from all sections, plus most of their parents as well. I would like to thank all Group members for coming along and showing your respect for those fallen in war. Your conduct was exemplary, and I am proud to be associated with you. Group news

replied to my appeal in the last edition of the Bugle. We look forward to working together to help drive the Group’s development. However, we are still in need of a Quartermaster to manage the equipment held by the Group– keeping an asset register and managing the booking out and return of the equipment. If you are interested in this position, or know someone who might be, please contact me.

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Friends of Benwick Church


am sure all will have noticed that the new home of Benwick Church has at last commenced, as I write the footings are nearly completed. Apart from the new extension there is also an amount of internal improvements to the Hall which the Village Hall Committee have instigated and form part of the overall contract. It is envisaged that around the Middle of March the builders will be commencing these improvements, meaning the hall will be out of bounds for us all until the end of May 2012 in readiness for the Queens Jubilee. It is hoped that we can hold an opening in July, fingers crossed. As with all major projects there is always some disruption and this is no exception so we all apologise for any extra noise, muck and lorries in and around the site but assure you we are doing our best to minimise these. If there are any specific niggles, or health and safety concerns, please do let us know. The Christmas Bazaar was held early December, we do hope this was a successful day for all stall holders and those attending enjoyed the occasion. We are currently re-thinking our approach to this year’s Bazaar so watch 10

this space. Burns Night will be held on January 21st, tickets are now on sale. This event has become increasingly difficult for the Friends of Benwick Church to organise and so this year we are organising this in conjunction with the Village Hall committee. This will enable us to have more cooks, and general helpers all round, this will enable the event to get a much needed face lift and new ideas put forward , it is ready for it after 10 plus years. So please support this event, come along and I will explain more on the night. Those who attended the last Quiz Night will have a chance to get even and put a team together to push the current champions. We will be arranging the next quiz night for February 25th 2012 so please put this date in your diary and look out for further information. Finally I just say a quick thank you to all this who have helped with any of our events past and future and everyone who attended and supported the fundraising. I will update you further on the building in the next bugle.

John Hoffman

Friends of Benwick Church

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Join the FOBS Monthly Draw For the opportunity to win £100 (1st prize) or £50 (2nd prize) join the Friends of Benwick School Monthly Draw. 75% of the money raised is given as prize money, and the rest goes straight to th school. The money helps pay for additional benefits that the school can not normally provide, such as educational trips and extra equipment. To join, either calll Teresa Goulding ( 677629) or complete this form and hand it to the school office FAO FOBS. It is £1.00 per entry per month. I / We would like to enter the FOBS monthly draw. I / We would like ……. entry/ies per month and would like to pay monthly / yearly / other. I would like to start from the month of……………… and enclose my / our first payment (cheques made out to Friends of Benwick School please).

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Friends of Benwick School


ince our AGM in September the new Friends of Benwick School Committee have organized and run a number of successful events to raise money for the children of Benwick School. A succesful coffee morning was held, along with stalls at the Dickensian Market and Christmas Bazaar. A second hand clothes sale, film night and Christmas Disco all helped raise over £350 FOBS. We have been very lucky to have the addition of Mrs Sarah Wood’s cooking skills, she has baked the refreshments for School events since the beginning of term, and FOBS has raised over £50 this term. Ongoing fundraising in the form of Yellow Moon, Scholastic Book Fair and Easy fundraising continues to provide a steady income. The Monthly Draw continues to raise funds for FOBS and the winners are as follows:

FOBS would like to thanks Tracy Phillips and Teresa Goulding for their ongoing support, Tracy has donated many of the prizes and Teresa’s advice has been invaluable during the committee’s first term. Tesco’s Ramsey donated 11 bags of chocolate coins in request for a donation for the presents from Santa. The remaining 80 bags of chocolate coins were bought from our funds. We also provided all the School Children with a cracker to have with their Christmas meal at School. Look out for the upcoming events in January and February. There will be another Coffee Morning in the Village Hall. After the half term break we are also hoping to have another 2nd Hand Clothes collection. Dontated clothes are weighed and taken away, in return we are given a price per Kilo for FOBS. There will be a Bring-and-Buy plant sale in the Spring Term so plant some flowers or veg seeds now and bring them along. All dates will be announced through the FOBS newsletter available through School or via posters in the Village.

Sept 2011 1st Prize J & E Fountain £100 2nd Prize Mr & Mrs Allen £46.25 October 2011 Finally we would like to ask the 1st Prize Alex Glen £100 ‘Friends of Benwick School’ in the 2nd Prize Albert Sismey £50 Village for their thoughts regarding November 2011 what the funds should be spent on. All 1st Prize Richard Bedford £100 funds raised are for the benefit of the 2nd Prize Mrs Gregory £24.50 Children of Benwick School. 13


The Dickensian market


aturday 19th November was the Benwick Residents Association’s 4th annual Dickensian Market. It was a great day and the weather was for once on our side. The market was opened by Steven Barclay MP and there was a great turn out with many dressing up to take part. 2011’s entertainment included the Pig Dyke Mollies, Caledonian Pipe Band and the Mid-Winter Mummers. There was also face painting and a coconut shy. Father Christmas made an early visit for all the children, and we had Grymm Tooms the fantastic travelling museum. JTS Faclons stand of Birds of prey was also a great attraction. The stall holders all had a good day and many are comming back this year. The Five Alls had a small beer festival,

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and helped with the Hog Roast! We would like to thank: Becky, Gareth and Lofty for helping making it a great day. Mr and Mrs Oliver for allowing us to use their land for the market stalls and of course, the residents of Benwick for putting up with the inconvenience of the road closure it is much appreciated. We looking forward to organising this years market which will be on November 17th we would love to build on the day and see the market grow in the future. A big thank you to everyone who attended for helping to make it such a great event, we hope to see you all again next year.

Lyn Keppel-Spoor

Benwick Residents Association


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about, don’t forget the wildlife. Put trust you all had a great Christmas out water for the birds and plenty of and that you are looking forward to the year ahead. No doubt many high calorie food to help them trough the toughest weeks. Also brush any of you, like me, will have over insnow from vulnerable branches to dulged during the celebrations. Don’t prevent breaking and from hedges worry the garden is here to help you and shrubs to stop them from collose that bloated feeling, shed a few lapsing under the weight. Also don’t pounds and purge the guilt. forget that a child’s football can Clear up any fallen leaves, compost them to use as a soil improv- prevent damage to ponds. Just put er later if you have the room. Don’t be the ball in the water and when the top layer freezes and expands the ball will tempted to cut back shrubs just yet, to do so risks frost damage to the new absorb much of the expansion forces and could save you a hefty repair bill growing tips. The same goes for any come Spring. herbaceous plants, the old dead top After you’ve done a hard days growth is protecting the dormant buds work in the garden why not have a and new growth from the frost. look through a gardening book or a This is a great time to get out few seed catalogues and see what you and do some digging. Work plenty of compost into any new areas your plan- would like to grow in the coming year. Many things can be grown easily from ning to plant up this year as well as seed on a windowsill, though if you you veg plots (if you haven’t already). want a better success rate a do recomAlso fork some into well established mend a propagator which provides a shrubberies which will be low in little bottom heat. nutrients, just work it lightly into the Okay so I know none of the surface here to avoid too much root damage. You can also re-cut the edges above task are particularly appealing or rewarding in themselves but of your lawn now to tidy up the lines by doing these things now you will and give the whole garden a crisper lessen the burden come Spring time look. Though avoid doing any work on the lawn if it is very wet as this will and have a good head start towards a beautiful garden in the year ahead. cause compaction of the soil. If you are planning to carry out any major changes to the layout James Gardner of your garden it is still a good time to Garden Designer & Landscaper clear out the areas you intend to 17 velop and also to move plants around, 07879 437 488


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Benwick Forget-me-Nots


he Forget-Me-Not Club held their Christmas Party in the Village Hall on Thursday, 1st December. The Chairman, Mrs. Anne Wall welcomed 58 members and friends who all enjoyed a four course meal. Gifts were presented to the members who had helped in anyway during the year. he members then presented gifts to the chairman Anne, the treasurer, Janet and secretary, Olive. Music and games were by Pageot, (Pat and George Cragg).During the interval Christmas cake and drinks were served and Father Christmas paid a visit.

The treasurer reported that she had received a cheque valued ÂŁ1,000, being a legacy to the club from the estate of Mr. Reginald Goodburn. This really is appreciated and especially so, as Mr. Goodburn had never been a member of the club. There is no meeting in January so the first meeting of the New Year will be on Thursday 2nd February when membership fees will be due

Janet Fountain Benwick Forget-me-Nots

The Village Hall


s you can see the Village Hall is in a bit of a mess at the moment but at least we have finally started building the new extension to the hall which hopefully will be completed by the middle of next year. It is also hoped that the completion will coincide with the Queens Jubilee. Several Ideas have been agreed for this weekend with one of them being an evening of entertainment in the village hall and it would be nice to also use this evening to celebrate the reopening of the hall. Unfortunately because of the work the trustees are having done on the main hall at the

same time as the new build it means that the hall will have to close for some time, possibly from the 12th March until the end of May but these dates will be confirmed as we get further into the project. The school are working very closely with the Trustees and we hope to be able to manage the closure with as little upset as possible. If anyone does have any problems or complaints during this time please contact the me on 677279 and I will try and sort things out for you.

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Vinnie’s Christmas


Emily said: “It was amazing to win something for the village and it was fantastic to see some people out on such a cold afternoon.

For the first time (at least in my memory) Benwick had a Christmas tree, and the day even included a massive load of presents, which were rather yummy Fox biscuits.

“ It would be lovely to be able to have a tree and decorations in the village each year as we seem to be the only village around here that doesn’t seem to have any lights at the moment.”

The Christmas tree was situated adjacent to the War Memorial and included lights on a timer and star decorations as you can see in the photos.

As well as Emily a big thank you goes to all who voted for Benwick in the competition. The only question is, what can we win in 2012?

n December 10th Benwick’s Christmas was brought to the village by Fox’s biscuits. Thanks to Emily Shepperson who won us the Oasis picnic in 2010.

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