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Volume II Issue I April / May 2011

Your new look Bugle!





elcome to your new look Benwick Bugle! Jane Levicki has decided that due to other commitments, she no longer has time to give the Bugle the attention it needed, and has handed the running of it over to me. I will be keeping the Bugle much the same as it was under Jane’s ownership, but will be making a few changes – which you can read about on page 5. This is your community magazine, and I welcome any contributions to the Bugle, and would like to increase the input from the village, from photographs, suggestions for content and reviews on recent events. I will be trying out a few things in the Bugle which I hope you will like.

Editorial New Look Lilyholt Road Changes to The Bugle A Word from Jane Local Events School Governor Newsletter Sudoku Local News FOBS Update + Scouts Update Church Services ‘Ritings from the Rectory The May Elections Butterflies and Forget-Me-Nots April and May in Film In The Garden Doddington PPG Village Contacts Submissions and Advertising

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I am sure everyone agrees that Jane did a fantastic job setting up the Bugle and running it the past few years, and I hope that I am able to continue its success.

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New look lilyholtroad


ilyholt Road is one of the two websites dedicated to the village, and has been online since September 2007. On April 1st the website was given a complete makeover and redevelopment. Moving on from using Dreamweaver to create the website, it has been professionally redeveloped by Refined Line Web Development, which I run with my friend James Matthews. It now benefits from a number of great new features, and making updates to the website is even easier than before. A forum has been added, so that people can discuss events and other village matters online. I hope that it will become well used, all you need to do is sign up with an account and you can begin posting. There is a news blog which will feature regular posts whenever there is anything going on that affects the village and new updates are added to the website. You can find pages for all the village groups online and all the information


on the website has been revisited, and fully updated. New Image Galleries have been included, so there is now more photographs and they are easier to browse. There is a section of the website dedicated to the Parish council, and you will be able to find minutes and agendas on there for meetings, as well as contact details. A special banner was painted by Lyndsey Green (www.lyndseygreen. and features some of the main landmarks of the village. The website also features a great collection of artwork by local artist, Anita Davies. If any other local artists would like their paintings of Benwick featured on the website, I would love to have them. As with the Bugle, all suggestions, comments and contributions are hugely appreciated.

The new Lilyholt Road Banner

Changes to the Bugle


am bringing about a number of surrounding area, if you know of any changes to the Bugle, which I events in June and July - let me know hope will make it better for evso they are included in the next edieryone. The first of these changes tion. I will be changing the dates that can be seen in this edition - a few the Bugle is published too, the 2011 new sections. Firstly there is the Hispublication dates are printed on page tory section, which will contain old 21. Finally, alongside redeveloping the news articles, photographs and other Lilyholt Road website, the Benwick information on the History of BenBugle website is having an overhaul wick. There is a Gardening section, to too. Take a visit and you will be able try and encourage you to get out into to access online editions, contacts your gardens and begin growing your for past advertisers and event listings own flowers, fruit and vegetables. from around the area. Finally, there is listings of some of the films coming out in the next couple of What are your opinions on the changmonths. I will be compiling event listes made? Let me know! ings for Benwick and the 5

A Word from Jane


would just like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for all their support and encouragement over the last 4 ½ years. I have very much enjoyed producing the Bugle, but in true Hollywood style, I most certainly couldn’t have done it without you! The magazine’s success has only been possible thanks to everyone taking the time to submit their news and articles and the businesses and organisations advertising.

Local Trades


oming in the next edition of the Bugle, is a new Local Trades and Services section. This will contain listings for a number of local businesses which you can use as a reference whenever you need one. Listings are just £15 per year, which is £2.50 per edition. It includes a listing on the website too. If you run a business and would like a listing, or you know someone who might - contact me on: Sample Ads: Web Development

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I would also like to thank Adam for taking it over so swiftly. I am sure he will do a great job of continuing it, and that you will carry on sending him all your stuff! Best wishes to everyone.

Jane Your Views


very one has an opinion. And I would like to have a section of the Bugle where these opinions can be aired, and thoughts shared. I would welcome everyones e-mails and letters on any issues, whether it is about the latest goings on of the Parish Council, a fantastic day out you had recently you want people to know about, or a general gripe. This page is your page. Obviously this section is only going to work if I get contributions from you all. So, how about kicking things of by letting me know what you think about the changes to the Bugle? Anything you can share would be fantastic, so don’t be shy. 1 Lilyholt Road, Benwick Facebook: BenWick

Local Events April What: Benwick Village Hall Tombola When: 8th More Info: See Page 23 What: Murder Mystery Evening When: 8th More Info: See page 23 What: Whittlesey Spring Fair When: 9th & 10th 18:30 Where: Whittlesey Market Square Family Funfair What: March St. George’s Fayre When: 17th - daytime Where: March Town Centre Funfair, stalls and entertainment.

What: FOBC Quiz Night Where: Benwick Village Hall When: 30th 7:30pm Teams of up to 8 people, £5 per person. A light supper is provided. Contact John Hoffman for tickets.

May What: FOBC Tombola Where: Benwick Village Hall When: 13th 7:30pm What: Chatteris Summer Fair When: 12th to 14th Where: Wenny Recreation Ground Family Funfair

What: All Creatures Great and Small Where: Ramsey Rural Museum What: Mammoth Book Sale When: 15th 11-4 Where: Ramsey Rural Museum Dog agility and obedience displays When: 23rd-25th 11-5 or enter your own dog in the fun dog Each year the museum starts the new show. There are also other animal atseason with its Mammoth Book Sale tractions. a sale of books, video, DVDs, CD’s and Vinyl. What: Tea Dance Where: Benwick Village Hall When: 20th 2:00-4:30pm Forget-me-nots public tea dance, £3.00 including light refreshments.

If you are running an event, or know about one happening in June / July - let me know about it so it can be listed here in the next Issue!


School Governor newsletter


hope this will be the first in a regular feature of musings and information to appear in the Benwick Bugle, to inform as wide as possible an audience of our activities at the school. News from the Floor I would like to extend a public welcome to our two new Governors, Darren Gore (Parent Governor) and Pat Tickner (Authority Governor). Both have already attended their first meetings and are booked to undertake their induction training so they can fulfil their roles to maximum potential. We do still have a vacancy for a Parent Governor which we must try and fill to work to maximum effect. I am, however, saddened to report the resignation of our Authority Governor, Mrs Michelin, who feels unable to fulfil the role at the moment due to domestic circumstances. I would like to publicly thank her for all her hard work in the time she has been with us and am certain we would not have progressed as far without her efforts. Thank you, Maureen. If you know of anybody in the wider community who would make a good Governor, please ask them to get in touch with me through the school. If we have a wide, diverse range of skills within the Governing Body we are better able to undertake our role. 8

So what do the Governors do? School Governors (as a collective body) are responsible for ensuring that the school progresses in the correct direction, so that all ‘stakeholders’, be they pupils, teachers, parents or the community at large, can be assured that the school will identify any weak areas and work on them to improve. We do this by monitoring how pupils and staff progress towards set goals. The Headteacher comes to us with suggestions as to how she feels progress could be made, and we have to discuss the options and either agree to try them or suggest alternatives. We then set goals throughout the year, so we can check our progress towards the final target. TV in the Dining Room No we haven’t gone mad! There really is a TV in the dining room, and another one in the playground. They will not be broadcasting television programmes but displaying short information films about healthy eating, bullying and school safety (for example). It is a system that has been used in the Health Service for a few years with good effect at reinforcing health related messages. It also has a ‘ticker tape’ stream along it which we will be using to pass information to parents and carers.

Child Safety Your children’s safety is our utmost concern, and we hope it is yours too. We therefore would like to point out certain areas that concern us. The car park is for staff only. Please do not park, or turn in this area. It is a dangerous area so parents with young children waiting near the gate must ensure their children are controlled and do not run into or play in this area. As the nights are slowly drawing out and the weather is less inclement it is great to see children out and about enjoying the fresh air, but if your child is going to be out on their cycle please ensure they have adequate safety devices – particularly lights – on their vehicles to keep them safe.

the Friends. There is also the monthly Prize Draw (which I have yet to win), for the minimal cost of £1 per month. We recycle lots of products to try and earn more pennies to spend on the children; one of our biggest earners is ink cartridges from laser and inkjet printers (except Epson). If you have any expired cartridges please do drop them into school. With best wishes until next time!

Mark Tyler

Chair of Governors

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Fundraising Activities The Friends continue to tirelessly raise funds to provide the extras that the school budget cannot afford so please ensure you support them as much as possible. Remember to use www. if shopping online (you can even get donations from sites such as eBay) as some of the offers are exceptional. If you have not used it before, you will need to register online, and choose Friends Sudokus not your thing? What puzzles of Benwick School as your preferred do you want to see in the Bugle? Let organisation, then watch whilst the companies you already use donate to me know by E-mail or drop me a note! 9

Annual Parish Assembly


he annual Parish Assembly is an open meeting of the village, led by the chair of the Parish Council. This meeting is open to everyone, and is a great way to hear about what the Parish Council has been up to over the past year. Many of the village groups also submit a report of their years activities.

Potts stands down


ouncillor Pam Potts has decided not to stand for the next elections for District council. She has been a district councillor for 16 years, serving the Benwick Coates and Eastrea ward alongside Ralph Butcher. The Cambs Times rumoured that Alex Miscandlon, another Tory, was set to replace her at the elections This years meeting is on the 19th April, in May. in the Village Hall at 7:30pm.

Oil Theft Problems Riverside Mooring


enwick has had a number of Oil thefts over the past couple of months. The police have advised that you invest in padlocks, which can be a small deterrent. Oil level gauges - alarms which go off when a sudden drop occurs and to use “defensive planting� prickly shrubs which are hard to get through. If you do experience an Oil theft it is important that you report it.

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nyone who has taken a walk down the river recently will notice that a large mooring platform has been installed. The project was completed by the Parish Council, in association with the Residents Association and March Watermen Club. It will be officially open at some point in April and more information on it will be in the next issue of the Benwick

tagecoach announced recently that it would be completely cutting its Service 32 from the 17th April, meaning there is no longer a bus to Peterborough. Instead, anyone needing to get to Peterborough will have to use the Norfolk Green service to March, and change there. 10

The Mooring down the River

Friends of Benwick School Update Monthly Draw Results Jan 11 1st Prize Natasha Durrant £100 2nd Prize Suzanne Turner £50 Feb 2011 1st Prize Mrs Wheystone £100 2nd Prize John Chelton £47 If you would like to join, please call Teresa Goulding on 677629. Funds Raised School Disco £70.27 Easyfundraising £49.85 Monthly Draw (Oct – Feb) £242.75 Five Alls Charity Fund Donation £50 Future Events Held in School Grounds / Village Hall We are planning to run a car wash on one Saturday in June to raise funds. If you would be willing to help, please could you contact the FOBS Chair, Chris Taylor, on 677049. July 1st – Year End Disco for Benwick Primary pupils. July 8th – Summer Fayre

From the Vaults


hicken farmers in Benwick were made to suffer by the presence of a fox in the village. Mr Chas Simsey visited his poultry one Monday to find 42 of his chickens were lying in various parts of the field, many of them minus their heads. As soon as the news leaked out several villagers who had poultry on stubbles went the same evening to safeguard theirs as far as possible. These precautions were insufficient for Mr Ben Savage, who had the misfortune to lose 25 between the Monday evening and Tuesday morning. It was proposed that a party be set up to draw the Coleseed, belonging to Mr Geo Berry, where it was believed the fox was hiding.

Scouts Update


he new leaders are nearly ready, they’re fired up and full of enthusiasm and we’ve started planning the activities to run. We’re getting everything in place ready to start after the Easter school holiday. We will be publicising the start date through the school, leaflets / posters around the village, on the Lilyholt Road website, and the Ben Wick facebook page.

Rod Glen

Group Scout Leader


Church Services April 2011

3rd - Mothering Sunday Morning Prayer Doddington 9:30 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 Morning Prayer Wimblington 11:15

8th Friday Night Live Doddington 7:30pm 10th Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Holy Communion Benwick 9:30 Holy Communion Wimblington 11:15 15th BCP Holy Communion Wimblington 9:30 17th - Palm Sunday Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Morning Prayer Wimblington 11:15 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 21st - Maundy Thursday Agape Supper Wimblington 6:30 Tickets available 22nd - Good Friday Easter Time at Wimblington 10:30/11:30 Hour at the Cross Doddington 2pm


May 2011

Morning Prayer Doddington 9:30 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 Morning Prayer Wimblington 11:15 8th Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Holy Communion Benwick 9:30 Holy Communion Wimblington 11:15 Time 4T - Wimblington 5:00pm 13th BCP Holy Communion Wimblington 9:30 Friday Night Live Doddington 7:30pm 15th Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Morning Prayer Wimblington 11:15 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 22nd Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Holy Communion Wimblington 11:15 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 29th Joint Benefice Service, with Baptism at Doddington 10:30 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30

24th - Easter Day Holy Communion Doddington 9:30 Holy Communion Wimblington 11:15 Morning Prayer Benwick 9:30 12


‘Ritings from the Rectory

y the time you read this I shall have moved into my retirement bungalow in South Wales - is this the last journey in life?

there has been a great deal of that as well but Jesus never promised an easy life.

It’s been great to see people blossom when they realised God had given them many gifts which they hadn’t realised they had-one person springs immediately to mind when I asked her if she could write a puppet script for Time 4t-needless to say she’s probably got a job for life writing scripts! So many lovely people have supported Peter and me and, of course, our ministry, which is an integral part of us.

It’s an adventure following Jesus; it’s an adventure learning of Him. It’s an adventure living for Jesus; it’s an adventure following Him. Let’s go where He leads us, turn away from wrong; for we know we can trust Him to help us as we go along.

We are approaching the season of I sincerely hope so. From the moment Easter when we remember the penultimate journey Jesus made – the walk we are born until the second we die we are all on a journey. There is a chil- to the cross. On that journey Jesus was accompanied part way by his disciples, dren’s chorus entitled ‘It’s an adventure following Jesus’ and for most part He deliberately walked into dangerous if we put our trust in our Creator then territory where his enemies plotted it is an adventure. Like any adventure and schemed against him, He who had story or film there are painful times as done no wrong was found guilty and led to his death, death on a cross but well as fun and excitement. It was an that was not the end. Fortunately for adventure coming to work and live in the Benefice of Doddington with Ben- us Good Friday is followed by Easter wick and Wimblington. Some of it has Sunday – the day Jesus rose from the dead, offering the gift of eternal life been fun and exciting as I met lots of lovely people, many of whom I worked to all who turn to him, repent of their sins and follow Him. alongside in varying ways.

Enjoy your journey.

Thank you to all who have given encouragement. Alongside fun and excitement is of course, pain and sadly

Rev’d Val 13



May Elections

n the 5th of May the village hall will be open from 7:00am until 10:00pm for you to vote in the two local elections and national referendum.

As the election draws nearer, there is bound to be more and more information comparing the two voting systems which will help you make up your mind on how to vote.

Ensure that you are registered to vote in the elections, and if you need any guidance visit www.aboutmyvote. If you would like to use a postal vote, you must apply by 5pm 14/04/2011, if you would like to use a proxy vote you must apply by 5pm 21/04/2011. For more information on the elections or to arrange a Postal/Proxy vote contact Fenland District Council on 01354 654321. The first election is for Benwick Parish Council. The council consists of 7 elected members. Once the nominees are announced you will be able to find out more about the election on the Lilyholt Road website. The second election is for Fenland District Council. We are in the Ward of Benwick, Coates and Eastrea and have two councillors representing us. On the same day is the national referendum on the Alternative Vote. This is a different voting system to “First past the post� which we currently use.


Benwick Children’s Centre, High Street, Benwick, Cambs, PE15 0XA 01354 677733

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Playgroup for 2 to 5 year olds Monday – Friday 9am – 12pm (Term time) *Wednesday’s Only – Lunch Club – 12pm – 1pm & Rising 5’s Session 1pm ‐3pm For more information or to arrange a visit contact staff on 01354 677733 or via email Baby & Toddler Group Mondays 1.30 pm – 3pm (Term time) For more information contact Liz on 01354 677262 or just come along as the first session is FREE. (Usually £2 per family) Holiday Club for 3 to 12 year olds Monday to Friday 8am – 5.30pm (School holidays) For more information or to arrange a visit contact Denise on 01354 677733 or Jenny via email Find us at: &

Benwick Forget-Me-Not Club! The club birthday party will be held on Thursday 7th April at 6:30pm, there is a ploughman’s supper and will be entertainment after the meal. A Tea Dance has been organised for April 20th - which open to the Public. It runs from 2-4:30pm in the village hall and is £3.00 which includes light refreshments. The May meeting is on Thursday 5th May, and will be a beetle drive, the competition for the meeting is anything beginning with B. Wednesday 18th May is the coach outing to Ipswich leaving at 8:30am.


GDC is fast becoming a household name in the local area. We arrange and plan parties for children, teens & adults and can assist with most budgets.

DISCOS – ART & CRAFT PARTIES – CUPCAKE PARTIES THEMED PARTIES- BOUNCY CASTLE HIRE – FACE PAINTING BIRTHDAY CAKES – PARTY BAGS –TATTOOS & GEMS All party tables are uniquely dressed in linen and matching lycra chair covers with swags!

We know that most parents have a budget when planning a celebration. We offer various options and packages to accommodate all your needs. You have the option to have one of our party packages or you can simply just have a disco and source the rest yourself.

So why not let us assist? You should not have to worry about the party, you should be relaxed and be able to sit back relax and enjoy the celebrations!! Let us do the hard work.

for bookings, prices and more information Find us on Facebook

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Come along and have some fun, sing and sign with your little ones! This session will give you the chance to sing along with your children and to learn the useful communication tool of signing too! Benwick Village Hall 1-2pm This is a 6 week course starting on Wednesday 13th April Continuing on the following dates: Wednesday 27th April Wednesday 11th May Wednesday 25th May Wednesday 8th June Wednesday 22nd June The course is for families with children aged 0-5 but older siblings will be more than welcome to attend in the school holidays. For more information please contact Whittlesey and District Children’s Centre on 01354 750185


April and May In Film


ew to the Benwick Bugle is a run down of some of the films out in April and May. This section is sponsored by the Luxe Cinema in Wisbech - which as you can see from the advert (left) offers more than your standard cinema experience. The Adjustment Bureau - Cert 12A Pirates of the Caribbean 4 Do we control our destiny, or do TBC - 18/05 unseen forces manipulate us? Matt Johnny Depp returns as Jack Sparrow in Damon stars as a man who glimpses the fourth installment, where his paths the future Fate has planned for him cross with the enigmatic Angelica. Jack and realises he wants something else. finds himself on an unexpected advenTo get it, he must pursue the only ture in whcih he doesn’t know who to woman he’s ever loved across, under fear more, Blackbeard of the woman and through the streets of modernfrom his past. day New York. Hop - U - Released: 01/04 Blending state-of-the-art animation with live action, Hop tells the comic tale of Fred, an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst house guest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up. Sucker Punch - 12A - 01/04 An epic action fantasy that takes us into the vivid imagination of a young girl whose dream world provides the ultimate escape from her darker reality

Digital Swtichover


the 30th March the BBC 2 analogue signal was switched off, and on 13th April, the rest of the analogue channels will be following. As of this date, you must have a digital device in order to watch TV. If you already have Sky or Freesat, you don’t need to do anything. Those with Freeview, BT Vision or TopUp TV may need to retune your boxes 5 times this year

Fast and Furious 5 - TBC - 22/04 After breaking Dom out of custody, Brian and Mia Toretto find themselves You can contact Digital UK on 08456 50 50 50 for advice or visit their webcornered in Rio de Janeiro and must site: pull off one last job to escape. 19


In the Garden


his new section is sponsored by Delphland Nurseries (see the advert) and aims to get you into the garden. Everyone can find some room to grow some veg, fruit or just a few flowers.

Strawberries - one of the most popular fruits that can be grown with ease. You will be able to find strawberry plants in all the garden centres now, and it is a great time to plant them out into your garden. If you have room for them in the ground, then great, but they can also be grown easily in containers. There are a number of different containers which perfectly suit strawberries, such as the one pictured right. If growing them in a container, ensure that water can drain since strawberries hate waterlogged soil. Ideally, position your container in full sun, and away from the wind.

At Lourish, you can swap surplus fruit and veg for free. You can also trade your eggs, chutneys, pickles, plants and seeds. Take a look at the website to find out more.

Keep an eye out for slugs - which like to munch on the strawberries, and birds which can quickly steal your crop. Protect the plants with netting it possible to keep the birds at bay. To deter slugs, put down slug pellets, or broken egg shells. Think this section could be done better? How about writing it yourself? If you have any tips or guides for the Garden then please get in touch I welcome any comments and suggestions! 21

You will know when strawberries are ready due to their distinctive red. Pick them straight away to stop them rotting on the plant.

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Benwick Village Hall Friday 8th April

RAFFLE Tea and Coffee

Hot Cross Buns! Doors Open: 7:00pm - Eyes Down at 7:30pm CHILDREN WELCOME!

Doddington PPG


e really do need your support fund raising as the surgery needs equipment to help you. I am delighted to let you know that we have a really special event for you – a MURDER MYSTERY EVENING – THE FLORENCE GRIMOULT MURDER on Friday 8th April at the Doddington Village Hall. Tickets are only £5 each and are available from Doreen on 658910 or Angela on 740333 or Pauline on 740759 or Elaine on 07585603600 or myself. Do you think that you can work out who the murderer is? Come along and find out how good a sleuth you are!

If you are a patient already registered at either the Doddington or Wimblington Surgery then you are automatically a member of the Patients Participation Group. So why not come along to the next meeting to find out more and express your views? Our next meeting is at 6.30 on Thursday 7th April at the Doddington Surgery – and find out what changes are happening to YOUR NHS services? Grant Barlow Chair, Doddington Patient Participation Group 07867 805785


Village Contacts Benwick Parish Council

Benwick Butterflies Preschool

Clerk - Kris Poole 655303 Chair - Tony Richardson 677856 Vice Chair - Lyn Keppel-Spoor 677494

Children’s Center, High Street 677733 Jenny Fell: 677848

Benwick Village Hall & Benwick Residents Association Patricia Tickner 20 Chapel Gardens 677279 Benwick Football Club Benwick Scout Group Rod Glen 4 High Street 677799 The Forget-Me-Nots Janet Fountain Olive Benfield Anne Wall

Warhammer, Dungeon n Dragons Philip & Robert Taylor 677763 www.warhammer-dungeon-dragons. Friends of Benwick Church Albert Sismey 677238 John Hoffman 677878 Friends of Benwick School Chris Taylor 677049 Teresa Goulding 677629 Details Not Correct? Please update me with any changes to these details, or to add yours to the list!

677228 677741 661327

Ark Sunday School Sarah Caton 24


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