Volume II Issue III August 2011
Latest from the FOBC Scout Group News FOBS Update School Governors Newsletter
Regular Sections In the Garden August Film Listings â€˜Ritings from the Rectory www.benwickbugle.co.uk
elcome to the August edition of the Benwick Bugle, this is a one-month edition, with it returning to bi-monthly with the next edition out September. Inside you’ll find the usual news and updates from village groups, including the Scouts, School Governors and Friends of Benwick Church. There is also the regular sections for films and gardening. As ever, if you have anything to contribute to the next edition please get in touch.
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Local Trades Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning Local Events Photos of Mooring Open Day Visit: The Fenland Museums School Governors Newsletter FOBS News In The Garden Benwick Church News ‘Ritings from the Rectory Doddington PPG Update Try Short Mat Bowls? Sports Committee News August in Film
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Scout Group News Then and Now Village Contacts Forget-Me-Nots Meetings
Local Trades and Services 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: firstname.lastname@example.org. www.fpelectricals.co.uk Builders Gardening Services Ben Sealy Brickwork & Groundworks
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Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning Macmillan Cancer Support’s flagship event, World’s Biggest Coffee Morning has reached its 21st year and is asking you to join in and help those affected by Cancer by hosting your very own celebratory Coffee Morning. This year the event takes place on Friday 30th September and they’re aiming to celebrate in style and hope you can join them Taking part in Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning is really simple – choose a date that suits you, choose your event The Parish Council maintian two flower tubs in and send out invitations to raise the the village. They were replanted in July by vital money to support people affected Cllr Lyn Keppel-Spoor. by cancer. More importantly WBCM is a chance to get friends and colleagues together to have fun. Register at www.coffee.macmillan.org. uk or for more information contact Michelle Pullen, Fundraising Manager on 01480 408982/ email@example.com
This Autumn, the Scout Group will be collecting on behalf of the Poppy Appeal of the British Legion. Anyone wishing to order a wreath should inform Rod Glen so that the order can be placed in good time. If you would like to purchase car poppies (or even lorry poppies), please also contact Rod Glen on 01354 677799 www.benwickbugle.co.uk
Summer Holiday Activities The following activities are run by Fenland District Council Community Development Team and other local organisations, they are all free. For more information contact Hetty Thornton on 01354 654321. As well as these activities in Benwick Village Hall, there are similar activities being held across Fenland. August 3rd and 31st: Family Cinema Showing call 750185 for film choice. www.benwickbugle.co.uk 6 August 10th: Story Telling Session with Fred White
Local Events August What: Skylark International Motorbike, Truck and Rock Legends festival When: 5th/6th/7th Where: Skylark Showground “Fun Fair, Fireworks, Beer, Bikes, Trucks and Music.” What: Whittlesey Festival When: 11th Where: Town Centre Arts festival, entertainment, crafts, buskers and marching bands, along with fairground rides and numerous other attractions.
What: Wisbech Bring and Share MultiCultural Festival When: 8th Where: Wisbech Town Park What: Handmade Craft Fair When: 13th Where: Jubille Gardens, Chatteris What: Annual Teddy Bear’s PicnicWhen: 29th Where: Dunhams Wood, March Train Rides and refreshments avaliable
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Opening of Village Mooring
These photographs were taken by Keith Sandford at the opening of the village mooring on June 11th. View these and more at: www.lilyholtroad.co.uk
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Visit the Fenland Museums
enland has five local museums, each of which contain a large range of historic artifacts and photographs from bygone days. March Museum houses the old clock from Benwick Church, and both Ramsey and Whittlesey Museums also contain fantastic displays. Below is some more detail on Chatteris and Wisbech Museums, both of which are well worth a visit one rainy day this summer.
Chatteris Museum is located down Church Lane, sharing the building with Chatteris Town Council. It is open Thursdays 2pm-4:10pm and Saturdays 10 am - 1pm - Entry is FREE.
Wisbech Museum is located at Museum Square, and is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10-4. Admission is free.
The museum has a collection of around 3,000 photographs in its archives as well as many displays. The main display room contains items such as the town Stocks, and old church Pulpit. Another room, the Barn contains displays of old farming implements which would have once been used across the Fens. The Transport Room contains memorabilia from Chatteris Railway station, as well as an old penny farthing and old police and fire service items. The shop houses numerous displays such as old advertisements and products which would have once stocked Chatteris shops.
The main gallery is home to a collection of fossils and sparkling minerals, all of which have been in the museum since it opened in the 1800â€™s. The museum also has a display from The Post Office and Shop in Elm, which include examples of items sold in a bygone era. The upper gallery is home to military displays which show the development of the armed forces in the area. There is also a collection of artifacts from the 19th century workshops and homes, where you can see the old petrol iron - which was abandoned... due to its tendency to explode. In the Townshend room there is a small collection of items from around the world, such as a mummified hand mounted in a gilt frame from ancient Egypt. There are also canopic jars, amulets and mummified animals.
There are also displays of fossils found in Chatteris, and an extensive collection of documents, maps and other artefacts. www.benwickbugle.co.uk
School Governors Newsletter
his time of year is filled with mixed feelings for many of the pupils and staff – looking forward to a well-deserved break to enjoy some (hopefully) fine weather, but also a degree of trepidation about what September will bring, especially those Year 6 students who will be moving on to pastures new. Unfortunately we will be having our own minor ‘Cabinet Reshuffle.’ With the variance in class sizes and the impact this has on our school budget, we are unable to continue with a four-class structure. Because of this we will be saying goodbye to Mrs Herselman at the end of term. We will certainly miss her and wish her well in the future, where we are sure she will make a success of her position at a new school.
the Governing Body over the past few months due to new business ventures, but do wish those that remain all the very best of luck and skill. This means that there are further vacancies on the Governing Body, for interested parents or members of the community. It is your school and if you want to see it flourish and provide the best education for the pupils then it is down to you to ensure the Governing Body is filled. When we return after the summer break, we will be holding elections for Parent Governors to boost the current committee to fullstrength, so please volunteer. Those of you who ‘friended’ us on Facebook will have noticed that the Benwick Governors account has deactivated. Following advice from the County Council regarding the use of Facebook by educational establishments, the Governing Body felt that it was inappropriate to continue the trial period. We will continue to communicate indirectly through social networking sites via links sent to the community pages (Ben Wick) to direct people to information on the school website.
Also leaving are two experienced Governors. Alan Strong has been an integral part of the Governing Body for 10 years and has been a supportive and loyal Vice-chair. We will all miss his skills and enthusiasm greatly. I am also standing down from the end of term, and would like to wish Stewart Lacey, the Chair Elect, every success as he takes the helm. I have no doubt he will be a forthright and dependable Chair. I have unfortunately found it increasingly difficult to devote my time to www.benwickbugle.co.uk 12
Chair of Governors
Friends of Benwick School Monthly Draw Results May 2011 1st Prize Mr Cranwell £100 2nd Prize Aaron Evans £44.75
managed to raise a very respectable £713.17.
If you would like to join, please call Teresa Goulding on 677629. For just £1 per month, you could win up to £100. Of the money collected each month, 75% is given in prize money and the balance goes to FOBS to benefit the school.
The AGM will be held on Monday September 26th at 7pm in the school. This year it will be even more important than usual for everyone interested in the future of FOBS to attend. In previous years we have always had a core team intending to continue in the following year. This year, much of the committee will not be standing for re-election so some new blood will be needed.
Funds Raised Village Sports Day £94.65 Year End Disco £81.89 Film Night (Tangled) £31.16 Car Wash by Chris Taylor £14.00 Easyfundraising £20.69 Monthly Draw (Feb – May) £198.25 JSummer Fayre Summer Fayre
Notice of Annual General Meeting
This is advance notice for anyone interested in assuming a role on the committee to give some thought over the summer break to coming forward at the AGM.
We held the school’s Summer Fayre on Friday July 15th in the school grounds. We were treated to some cheerleading and streetdance displays by the Pink Panthers and Sekani, who run clubs in the village on Friday afternoons. Despite the weekend’s dreadful weather, the sun was out and stayed with us for the whole afternoon. It was a pleasure to see so many come and support this village event and thanks to the support we www.benwickbugle.co.uk
In the Garden
hy not dip a toe into the world of Garden Design? Embarking on a new landscaping project is a great way to explore your artistic and creative side, while also adding value to your home. The proper use of plants, trees, shrubs and flowers can draw attention to your property and accentuate parts of your homeâ€™s architecture and landscape. You could attempt this on your own or, involve a Garden Designer/Landscaper who will be able to offer their professional advice and the kind of knowledge that is only gained from experience.
The first step in starting a landscape project is figuring out your budget. Do some research, hard landscaping is expensive so if youâ€™re on a tight budget, think about just how much patio or deck you actually need, plan these areas meticulously and make every inch count.
think BBQ. Proper lighting and good planting will add to this experience to give you a tranquil environment to relax in. Creating a garden is, without doubt, an art form and should always be approached in this way. A great Garden Designer and Landscaper can save you money and time by helping you with their knowledge of what plants, flowers and trees will thrive in your location and educate you on how to properly take care of your landscaping to keep it healthy. They can also introduce you to new ideas and techniques that you may not have thought of on your own. But having said all that, there is little in life as rewarding and creating something yourself. From the initial inspiration, perhaps an idea for just a small corner, then seeing it grow and develop into a fully formed plan. Often you will make changes during the construction and planting stage as the project becomes more visceral until eventually it is complete and you can stand back and enjoy the feeling of satisfaction and achievement and your friends and visitors praise your great work.
Another great element to a landscaping project is that you can choose to add functionality to your home. This can be in the form of outdoor living areas, such as courtyards, walkways, arbors or a gazebo. These can enhance your quality of life by allowing you to James Gardner spend time with friends and family Garden Designer & Landscaper outside and will come in handy when www.gardnersgardens.co.uk having social gatherings or parties, just www.benwickbugle.co.uk 14
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BENWICK CHURCH NEWS
he plan to erect a new community room adjacent to the village hall are proceeding. This will be part funded by the Friends and used not only as a Place of worship but available to the village for hire as part of the village hall. The Trustees of the friends would like to express there thanks for the continuing support that his given by the people of Benwick. Forthcoming events: Quiz evening - 29th October Christmas Bazzar - 3rd December Burns Night - 21st January 2012 16
This years August Bank Holliday Picnic by the river has been cancelled. The commettee would like to thank all those who have supported this event in the past. This years balloon race was launched during the School fate. Monthly Church services held in the village hall will take place on the 1st and 3rd Sunday at 9.30am.
Rev. Mike Jones
Vice-Chair Friends of Benwick Church www.benwickbugle.co.uk
‘Ritings from the Rectory
young lad came rushing out of Sunday School desperately seeking one of his parents.
On sighting his father he grabbed him and yelled, “Man, that story of Moses and all those people crossing the Red Sea was great!” Dad smiled gently and asked to be told about it. “Well, the Israelites got out of Egypt, but Pharaoh and his army chased after them. So the Jews ran as fast as they could until they got to the Red Sea. The Egyptian Army was gettin’ closer and closer. So Moses got his walkie-talkie and told the Israeli Air Force to bomb the Egyptians. While that was happening, the Israeli Navy built a pontoon bridge so the people could cross over. They made it!”
aries where you need great emotion and much imagination if you are to make them interesting. Let’s face it religion needs a few miracles! So the secular world grows ever more sceptical and mocks the history of the Israelite nation just as it mocks the birth of the Son of God and all that follows. Yes, it would take an age to try to account for some of the things that happened - the fish that filled the nets; what brought Lazarus back from the dead; why Jesus’ body has never been found; how come the Bible is still around. Smart, keen-thinking sceptics don’t have to worry about explaining things like that. It’s much easier to totally deny the miraculous, which is all well and good until they wish to celebrate Christmas or get to the point when they need miraculous help in crossing life’s final river.
By now Dad was rather surprised, to say the least. “Is that the way they taught you the story?” “Well, no, not exactly,” the lad admitted, “but if I told What happens then? you the way they told us, you’d never Well, if I told you what the Bible really believe it, Dad.” says, you’d never believe it! If you do In his innocence the lad hit the nail fon want to know do call in to see us, you would be most welcome and we really the head of the world of adults - cool scepticism reigns supreme. It’s either would love to see you. black or it’s white, fact or fiction - but there can be no space for the miraculous. Let’s leave the miracles to children’s fiction; to stained glass sanctu-
Sheila Tooke Retired Priest
Doddington PPG Update
Try Short Mat Bowls?
As we announced last month, Dr Liz Mather, who for the past twelve years has worked at the Cornerstone Practice in March, joins us in September. We have decided to have an open evening in September to ‘Meet Dr Mather’ – please look out in next month’s issue for full details.
Short mat Bowls is much like outdoor bowls, with the aim being to get your bowls nearer to the jack than your opponents. In the middle of the track, there is a block, which you must curve your bowl around. It is an extremely entertaining game and the club is open to members of all ages.
If you are a patient already registered at either the Doddington or Wimblington Surgery then you are automatically a member of the Patient Participation Group.
It costs just £2.50 to play. Come along to the Village Hall on September 8th to give it a go. For more information, contact Patricia Tickner on 01354 677279
he Doddington Medical Centre has now successfully commissioned one new consulting room and has refurbished one more; part of a strategic plan to improve the Centre.
ancy trying something new? How about Short Mat Bowls. The Benwick Short Mat Bowls club is reopening on September 8th at 7:30pm. It will be on every thursday except the first of each month.
Sports Committee News
The new committee are: he Village Sports Committee held their AGM on July 17th and Chair: Mark Tyler have welcomed several new Vice-Chair: Ian Beever members. The new committee have Secretary: Stewart Lacey set up a Facbook Group, which you can Treasurer: Mary Tyler find by seraching for “Benwick VilJane Levicki lage Sports Committee”. Long serving Sue Maloney members, John Hoffman and Richard Darren Gore Bedford left he committee, and were thanked for their sterling effort over the past years. www.benwickbugle.co.uk
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Captain America - 29/07 - 12A Focusing on the early days of the Marvel Universe when Steve Rogers volunteers to participate in an experimental program that turns him into the Super Soldier known as Captain America. Mr Poppers Penguins - 05/08 - PG The life of a businessman begins to change after he inherits six penguins, and as he transforms his apartment into a winter wonderland, his professional side starts to unravel. The Smurfs- 10/08 - U When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world and into ours. Inbetweeners Movie - 19/08 - 15 Will, Neil, Simon and Jay, four socially troubled eighteen-year-olds from the south of England go on holiday to Crete. Cowboys and Aliens- 19/08 - TBC A spaceship arrives in Arizona, 1873, to take over the Earth, starting with the Wild West region. A posse of cowboys are all that stand in their way. Monte Carlo - 24/08 - PG Three young women vacationing in Paris find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo after one of the girls is
mistaken for a British heiress. Conan the Barbarian- 26/08 - 15 The tale of Conan the Cimmerian and his adventures across the continent of Hyboria on a quest to avenge the murder of his father and the slaughter of his village. Final Desination V - 26/08 -15 Death makes a killing in the next installment in the horror series which once again proves that no matter where you run, no matter where you hide...you can’t cheat death. ZOE JOLLEY D.Pod.M M.Ch.S HPC Registered PODIATRIST/CHIROPODIST
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Scout Group News
t’s been very busy since we restarted in May. The Cubs have all passed their Cyclist badge, and have been working toward their Local Knowledge badge – learning mapping skill and talking to local historian Janet Fountain. They also recently had a visit from the local police PSCO’s who brought along one of the vans. Those of you who live near the school may well have heard the cubs’ enthusiasm for setting off the siren. Probably the second most popular activity of the evening was getting locked in the “cell” at the back of the van. The Beavers went on their first camp ever. We had been invited to attend a joint camp with the 1st Doddington Beavers. Before the event the Julian & Liz (the beaver leaders) were nearly as excited as the children! Here is Liz’s account of the camp.
knots, along with putting up their own tents before they went to bed. We had our dinner outside under the shelter with thunder and lightning storms going on, but everyone still managed to keep smiling and even sang ‘Singing in the Rain’. We sang songs around the camp fire, which all the Beavers thoroughly enjoyed especially ‘Do You Know the Muffin Man’ where both Leaders and Beavers were dancing around the camp fire arm in arm. They listened to a great story about ‘Cecil the Caterpillar’ and went on an adventure looking for them on the trees around the camp with torches as by this time it was quite dark. The evening was set off by drinking hot chocolate and having toasted marshmallows before setting off to our tents.
The Beavers had a really great time as they did make some good friends and learnt some new skills which, of Our first Beaver camp was a great course, is what Scouting is all about. It experience for both leaders and new was very nice of Doddington to invite Beavers. It was great fun learning new us for this first experience and we will things and making some very good be definitely be arranging more activifriends. It was an action packed camp ties and camps with them. An enjoystarting from the moment we got able experience for everyone. there until home time. The Scouts have been busy learning We took 4 of our Beavers along to to make ballistas for water fights, and camp and they learnt fire lighting (no, rafts out of swiss rolls and liquorice. really!) with cotton wool and tree They will be going parascending in barks, how to prepare and cook their September at RAF Luffenhham. evening meals and also howwww.benwickbugle.co.uk to do 22
On a more serious note, in November the Group organises the collection for the Poppy Appeal. If any groups or individuals want to order a poppy wreath to lay at the War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday, can you please contact me at the phone number below. Similarly, if you want car poppies
or lorry poppies – please use the same number.
Group Scout Leader
01354 677799 firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest on Lilyholt Road
enwick’s primary website, www. lilyholtroad.co.uk continues to be full of up-to-date information on all local groups and clubs. It also houses a large collection of photographs of Benwick - both modern and old.
Then and Now
I have recently added a new events calendar, where you can view all the village events coming up in both list and calendar form. There is also a new collection of photographs taken by Keith Sandford from the opening of the village mooring.
Benwick Scout Group in the 1920’s and Modern Day (2008). For more photographs of the modern Scout Group, see benwick.smugmug.com
Village Contacts Benwick Parish Council
Benwick Butterflies Preschool
Clerk - Kris Poole 655303 email@example.com Chair - Tony Richardson 677856 firstname.lastname@example.org
Childrenâ€™s Center, High Street 677733 Jenny Fell: 677848 email@example.com
Benwick Village Hall & Benwick Residents Association Patricia Tickner 20 Chapel Gardens 677279 firstname.lastname@example.org Benwick Football Club www.benwickathletic.co.uk Benwick Scout Group Rod Glen www.1stbenwickscouts.co.uk 4 High Street 677799 The Forget-Me-Nots Janet Fountain Olive Benfield Anne Wall
677228 677741 661327
Warhammer, Dungeon n Dragons Philip & Robert Taylor 677763 www.warhammer-dungeon-dragons. zoomshare.com Friends of Benwick Church Albert Sismey John Hoffman Friends of Benwick School Chris Taylor Teresa Goulding
Benwick WI Brenda Richards 3 High Street
The Benwick Websites www.lilyholtroad.co.uk www.benwick.com www.benwickbugle.co.uk
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Submissions Advertising Benwick groups and individuals can submit items for publication free of charge. I am happy to publish reports on activities and events and summaries of your recent goings on. I am also happy to accept any photographs or articles that you have written which you think could be in the Bugle. Issue Sept / Oct
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If you miss the deadline by a day or two it won’t matter, but do try and stick to the dates!
All magazine adverts include a listing on the Benwick Bugle Website, charities and not-for-profit organisations will receive a 25% discount - please inform us if you apply. To advertise simply send across details and payment to the address below. Adverts must be paid for in advance and any that miss the deadline will be held for the next edition. Cheques to be made to Adam Keppel-Garner. Adverts are preferred in digital format, in a number of file types (doc/pdf/jpeg/ png etc). Please send them to the e-mail address below. Hard copies / disks to the address below also. Advertising Rates: Per Edition 1/4 page 1/2 page Full A5 page Inside Cover - full page Back Cover - full page
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For a listing in the Local Trades section, the cost is just £15 per year. This gives you 2/3 lines for basic contact information. Don’t have an Ad? If you would like to advertise but do not have an advert, just contact me and I can create one for you.
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