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Volume I I Issue VIII May/June 2012

Community Events Diamond Jubilee Latest Local Events Listings

Community Updates

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Benwick Parish Council The Butterflies Friends of Benwick School Friends of Benwick Church and more... 1




enwick’s Jubilee Celebrations are nearing ever closer and it looks the the committee has set out to spoil us! There is a host of events planned, just see page 4 for the schedule. I would like as many people to submit photographs of the celebrations for use on the village website see page 5 for details. There’s the usual range of updates from our village groups and an update from the Parish Council too. And I know it has been a while, but the new Benwick Bugle website is nearly ready and should be launched prior to the next edition!

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A Chance to win £20 Local Events Friends of Benwick School Sports Committee News New Parish Councillor Help the Friends Benwick Butterflies Update Friends of Benwick Church The Scouts News Doddington PPG Update Parish Council Report Jubilee Wordsearch ‘Ritings from the Rectory In The Garden Forget-Me-Nots News Village Contacts

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Submissions & Advertising All Benwick groups and induviduals are welcome to submit articles and photographs for inclusion in the Bugle. Charities and Non-Profit groups are entitled to a 25% discount on rates. 10% discount offered for upfront booking of ads for 3+ months. Ads must be paid for before print. Cheques payable to Adam KeppelGarner. Ads accepted in any format, ad design service avaliable free. Deadline Editor

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ancy winning yourself £20? If you share your photographs of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations then you could be in with a chance. Simply e-mail photos to or drop a CD round to 1 Lilyholt Road. Anyone who submits a photograph (even if it’s just one) will be in with a chance of winning as names will be drawn from a Hat. The winner will be announced in the next edition. Get snapping!!


Local Events May What: Garden Show and Craft Fair When: 13th Where: Elgoods Brewery, Wisbech A garden show and craftfair at the brewery gardens.

June What: Jubilee Celebrations When: 2nd-4th Where Benwick See page 4 for the schedule What: Gorefield Horse and Pony Show When: 9th Where Gorefield A family day of fun at the Horse and Pony Show on the playing fields If all village groups can let me know of the dates of their scheduled events I can ensure they are in the relevant months and on the Lilyholt Road Website.

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id you know that you can recycle your old glass bottles at the Chapel Gardens bottle banks? They are in the car park behind the Bus Shelter. There are two major benefits to using these bottle banks, firstly it saves you plenty of space in your blue bins, but the Parish Council also get a small amount of money based on how much is recycled through them. The more people use the banks, the more they get.


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Friends of Benwick School


e have started the summer term with an extremely successful Plant Sale, the sale was completely stocked by donations from Chapel Cottage Plants in Wimblington, Delfland and a few local residents. A fabulous turn out from school staff, parents and the local community meant that all the plants were sold and £271 was made, all of which will go into the funds for Benwick Primary School.

exciting stalls, activities and competitions are planned, including a Raffle. If you know anyone that would like a stall or would like to donate a raffle prize please contact Jenny Fell 677848 or Jess Wood 672972. Stalls are £5 a pitch.

By the time The Bugle goes to print we will have run the Race Night jointly with Benwick Butterflies we’ll let you know how much is raised in the next edition.

So far this year FOBS has agreed to give each class within the School £250 towards a trip or visiting experience. Longer Term we are raising funds to decorate the school playground once it has been replaced.

Coming up this term, FOBS are providing the food and decorations for the Jubilee Street Party to be held at school for the pupils. Our regular Film Night will be held for the pupils on 22nd June after school, film to be announced.

The Monthly Draw continues to raise funds for FOBS and the February winners were: 1st prize Harry Edge £100. 2nd prize Witri Goldspink £30.50

FOBS can now be found on facebook, FOBS can be contacted via email friendsofbenwickschool@hotmail. or Jenny Fell 677848 or Jess Wood 672972.

The Summer Disco will be held in the Village hall on the 29th June, this will be open to all school aged children. The main event for this term will be the Summer Fayre, held on Saturday 14th July 11.30am to 2.00pm, many


Sports Committee News


une 5th sees the welcome return of It's a Knockout - a fun-filled afternoon specifically for children from Year 2 and above, attending Benwick Primary School or living in the village. Application forms for teams will be circulated from 11th May, with the teams being allocated by the school. There will be points awarded for the team with the best Joker, with prizes to the winning teams, kindly donated by the Parish Council as part of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations.

Anyone free to act as judges on the day, please contact a committee member at the event, or beforehand at as many hands make light work. Looking forward to seeing you all there enjoying the sunshine and squeals of laughter.

We will also have refreshments available for all you avid spectators.

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ollowing the resignation of Councillor Gill Thomas, Richard Emmitt was co-opted onto the Parish Council. Many will know Richard from his work with the Benwick Resident’s Association and the Dickensian Market as well as being on the Village Hall Committee.

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he Benwick group for the Friends of Doddington Hospital are looking for volunteers to join the committee and help rasie funds for equipment for Doddington Hosptial. Anyone who is interested in joining would be warmly welcomed and can give Ruth a call on 677 341.

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The Benwick Butterflies


he Car Boot was very successful, thank you to everyone for the fabulous donations! The car boot we held in Benwick raised £131.50 we then took the remaining donations to Skylark and raised a further £73.05 making a grand total of £204.55! Thank you to everyone that helped out!

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Our Easter raffle raised £56.00. Thank you to Katie Hiskey, Budgens and Coop in Chatteris for their generous prize donations.

For the schedules for the Messy Play and Holiday Club pleas see

Thank you for your on-going support.

Jenny Fell

The Children’s Colouring Competition raised £12.00. The children created some lovely designs, so a big well done to them. Thank you to Tracy Phillips for her donations of prizes. We are currently collecting Tesco for Schools vouchers so please think of us if you have any spares! If you would be interested in visiting the setting or would like to put your child(ren) on the waiting list please contact Kelly, Mandy or Denise on 01354 677733. You can also contact staff or committee by email: 12


Friends of Benwick Church


s most of us can see the building work continues at pace with the work on the internals to the village hall now also in full swing. It is still anticipated that the new build will be completed early June and the Village hall by end of May. There have been no fund raising events since the last bugle but as already reported we have now passed over the running of the Burns Night to the Village Hall committee, however we have also decided that the Christmas Bazaar going forward would also be better organised by this group and have formally informed them of this.

tee of Doddington with Benwick PCC as this would save us much red tape, and we are answerable to the PCC rather than Ely. Once we understand this a little more we can advise accordingly. In the meantime the next Quiz is proposed for July 7th so please do try to make that as the current champions are from Doddington and we really need this honour back in Benwick.

John Hoffman

Friends of Benwick Church

We will continue with a few low key fund raising events like Quiz nights etc. We are also considering the future of the Friends of Benwick which was set up to raise the funds to build our new home, this during this year will be completed and we think the best route forward is the establish a benwick Church Committee. Here we will invite Anglicans and Methodists to attend with the sole purpose of running services and the day to day church business of Benwick. If possible we would like this set up as a subcommit14


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Benwick Scout Group


he evenings are getting lighter and the weather is getting warmer. For the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts this means one thing – we can get outside again, and that means more adventurous stuff. The Beavers have had their first evening hike of the year (with the Cubs as well) up to Keyworth House Farm. On arriving they found a camp fire over which they cooked marshmallows followed by the traditional Scout sing-a-long. The colony will also be attending a


County Activity Day at Mepal Outdoor Centre in July, where the activities include snorkelling, orienteering, rafting, climbing, backwoods cooking and trampolining. The Cubs have been at Mepal Outdoor Centre, doing rock climbing and archery, and have started designing their go-kart for the Jubilee kart race. In June we will be taking the Cubs to Mepal to learn open water canoeing, and in July we will be doing a joint camp with the Ramsey Cub Pack at the Rural Life Museum. Among other activities they will be helping set up

for the Ramsey 1940s weekend. This will count toward their Community Challenge badge, Outdoor Challenge badge and Environment Partnership badge. During the winter the Scouts have been learning map-reading and how prepare for a hike. By the time this is published they will have done their first hike without close supervision by the leaders. They are being offered an incentive of a supply of Mrs Glen’s shortbread for successfully completing this. In June they are going white water canoeing near Bedford. This will be the fourth time we have attended this event. I predict the scouts will come home very wet, very tired, very happy and very hungry.

The Scouts have started designing a go-kart for the Jubilee kart race. The designs so far show an outstanding amount of both imagination and practicality. The Scouts have also been invited to join the Cubs for their canoeing event at Mepal. In future we intend to work more closely with the 1st Doddington Scout and the Ramsey Scout Groups. This will allow sharing expertise among leaders, joining in joint activities and camps

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Parish Council Report


t has again been a busy year and in addition to the general business of the Council we have been involved in a wide range of projects and initiatives, from supporting the Fox’s Christmas Tree & biscuit event, to selecting a design for the new footbridge that will be replaced later this year by CCC. Unfortunately we have recently lost Gill Thomas from the Council, we thank her for her work and time as a councillor. In her place we have coopted Richard Emmitt and welcome his involvement.

Supporting the Scouts in their discussions with the District Commissioner following the closure of the Explorers section and their efforts to get them re-instated. Moving forward we continue to work with various bodies on the following initiatives: Play Park Repairs FDC are due to repaint the equipment in the very near future.

Public Open Space Redevelopment of the POS at the ends I also recognise recent complaints of Heron Way & Fields View to posregarding the standards of cemetery sibly include a new skate park, by the maintenance and we continue to work Parish Council. with the contractor to improve the service delivered. Finances remain Minor Highways Improvements strong, with a balance of ÂŁ6,900 for Application to CCC for a 20mph speed the year retained as reserves. limit outside the school as requested by the Governors. Other key Highlights include:Engagement with Middle Level Introduction of the FACT Community In relation to the planned flood deTransport Service. fences along Nene Parade, due later this year. Engagement with FDC & CCC Youth Services to deliver DJ workshop sesFinally, I would like to update you sions for the youth of Benwick. on our plans to commemorate the Queens Diamond Jubilee in June. A Creation of a new Cremation plot area sub-committee involving volunteer in the cemetery. members from almost all of Benwicks community groups, have come 20

together to organise an extensive programme of events, competitions and celebrations across the four day holiday, for all residents of Benwick (details will be delivered to every household in the village, this weekend). Originally we received a £1,000 grant from CCC to help support these celebrations but have recently had a ‘conditional offer’ of a further £1,050 following an application to ‘Awards for All’ (The Big Lottery fund). I hope you will all get involved and enjoy the events!

Jubilee Worsearch All the words are something to do with the Jubilee celebrations. Can you find them all?

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ishop Stephen Conway has been the Bishop of Ely for almost a year and is encouraging churches across the diocese to have a conversation together which he is calling ‘Imagining the future’. It is something that the church is not very good at thinking about. A vision of a future that is different represents change and many of us find that living in such a fast paced rapidly changing world is quite unsettling. Many look to the church as a kind of oasis of stability where some former and more unchanging reality still prevails. When Jesus died on Good Friday his band of enthusiastic followers were shattered all their hopes and dreams seemed to have imploded. Their teacher was gone; his amazing enterprise of peace and love, of new starts for all who wanted his message of fullness of life here and into eternity seemed like just a dream that had come to a shuddering halt. They were demoralised and depressed, that is until Jesus began appearing to them again very much alive, but it took time for them to readjust their mind set. 22

On the first Easter Day two of Jesus followers were walking from Jerusalem to their home seven miles away in Emmaus they were downcast and emotionally drained. Jesus came and walked along with them but they didn’t recognise him. He engaged them in conversation asked what they were talking about. They poured out about their master and all that happened and they said ‘and we had hoped’ that he was the one to set Israel free. Jesus we are told opened up their minds to understand all that was written about him in the word of God, that the Saviour must suffer and die for the sins of the world and three days later rise to life again. When they got to their house Jesus broke some bread at table and they knew it was him, they knew all would be well and they rushed off to tell their friends. The Bishop says it is a bit like that for the Church of England today, we had hoped we could keep things the same, we had hoped the church would continue in its current shape, but he says this cannot be. Many churches are now being grouped together and we are beginning to learn to function in new and different ways. So as churches we will be seeking God

to find his plans and purposes for us as we journey with him into a future that is unknown to us but not to him. We shall be seeking to rekindle hopes and dreams to sustain us along the way. We shall learn to be Pilgrims once again who launch off on a journey that leads to something that really is worth having the hopes and dreams of the Kingdom of God.

resurrection and the life who IS the same yesterday, today and forever. Only he can offer us hope, meaning and purpose in a mixed up world and that’s what we all need.

Kevin Fitzgibbon

What’s true of the church is true for all of us as well we all need to learn to travel full of hope and imagine a future full of peace and love and righteousness the only place to find hopes and dreams that will never let us down is to link our life journey to the Lord Jesus Christ who is the





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Benwick Forget-me-Nots


t the March meeting the club had a speaker and demonstration from Oakhouse Foods who are based in St. Ives and deliver meals, some grocery items and home wares direct to your door. Members were given catalogues to see what is available and enjoyed tasting many of the meals.

June 7th is Our Party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee which will be in the newly refurbished Village Hall. The entertainment is by Tom Kennedy and the competition any Royal Item.

An outing to Norwich and the Van Dal shoe factory has been arranged for Wednesday, 16th May departing BenDue to the Village Hall being closed wick at 8.0am. Members £13 and Non at the moment the April meeting was Members £14. The June outing is to held in the school mobile. A Beetle Bury St Edmunds on Wednesday, 20th Drive was held and the winners were depart Benwick 8.30 am. Members Milly Leeden, Angela Fisher, June Boon £10 and Non Members £11. and Brenda Maryon. Seats still available for both – contact The May meeting will again be in the Janet Fountain 01354 677228. school mobile and the speaker is Mike Petty speaking about Benwick and the local district.

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