Issue 22 Aug/Sept 2010
The Benwick Bugle Local issues for local people
Benwick Wins £30,000 Dream Lunch
Friends of Benwick Church Report
Friends of Benwick Church August Functions
Benwick Butterflies Holiday Club
‘Ritings from the Rectory
Scout Group News
Benwick’s Own Knight
Doddington Patient Participation Group
Ormiston Children’s Centre
Local Information, Groups and Clubs
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EDITORIAL Welcome to this summer’s issue of the Bugle. And we hope the summer is going to be a good one for you! If you’re at a loss for activities for the children, have a look at the Benwick Butterflies Holiday Club programme on page 10. There are bound to be activities there that grab their attention. Don’t forget the Picnic between the Bridges on Sunday August 31st, with Balloon Race and Duck Race - page 8 for more details. You may well have heard of Benwick resident Emily Shepperson’s recent success in the Oasis Dream Lunch competition. Generously, her proposal that won her first place was to arrange a lunch for the whole of Benwick! Emily tells us how it came to be on page 4 and we are looking forward to finding out more!! The answers to last issue’s quiz are on page 22. There is no puzzle in this issue I’m afraid as there was no spare space. But I would really like to hear which type you like best - quizzes, word searches, crosswords, or something else. Or perhaps you don’t like any of them! Please do let me know at email@example.com. I would also love to feature puzzles written by any of you please do send them in! The deadline for the October/November Bugle is September 20th. Have a great summer.
Jane Benwick WI Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7.30pm in Benwick Village Hall. Visitors are welcome to attend any meeting.
Programme August 16th
Anne Wall Experiences of a Costume Maker in London
Caroline Furlong Unusual Containers for Plants
Committee meetings are held the week prior to the monthly meeting at 7.30pm.
Benwick Wins £30,000 Dream Lunch with Oasis! Benwick resident Emily Shepperson has won a competition to hold a Dream Lunch worth £30,000 by proposing to hold the event for the whole of Benwick! Emily tells us all about it. I am a keen comper and enter about 100 competitions a day. I had seen the Oasis £30k Dream Lunch competition advertised on television but hadn't had time to write anything. I finally decided to enter an hour before the deadline so quickly wrote that I would have a huge lunch for everyone in Benwick. I wanted sandwiches and hotdogs and every dessert possible. I thought it would be a lovely idea to have a carnival afterwards to make the lunch last right up until teatime ... (as us Benwick people call it!) I remember my Grandad talking about Benwick Feast and how much everyone had enjoyed it and what a community event it had been. It's always worth a go as I knew that if I didn't enter that I couldn't possibly even be picked as a finalist. I was amazed when I found out I was one of the 5 finalists and all that was against us was collecting enough votes through Facebook. (Facebook for those that don't know is a social networking site on the Internet) I have lots of 'comping' friends and also a great amount of friends that would share it with everyone too. Posters went up around the village, round places of work, an announcement made at the Village Sports day and basically everyone I met knew about it. The other 4 finalists had great ideas for the money including refurbishment of a nurses staff room, a meal up a pylon in Wales, a huge sandwich and even a wedding reception. I made it my mission to start as I meant to go on so when voting opened we were in the lead. Voting then was postponed after a week and all the votes reset ~ nightmare! I had to start again with pestering everyone to re-vote. The percentages kept fluctuating but Benwick regained the lead. I had to keep at it for another week as it was going to end at midnight on the following Wednesday. All of my Facebook friends got involved and votes were coming in from everywhere. Friends, friends of friends and their friends were all being told that they needed to help Benwick win this great lunch ~ votes coming from Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Greece, Canada, USA and even Australia. There are many hundreds of people that now know Benwick is on the map. The minutes ticked by so slowly as midnight came and then it was over. We achieved 57% with the person in 2nd getting just over 30% of the votes. It took a good four days for them to confirm that we had won but then it was official. It was plastered all over their Facebook page. Benwick had won! So that's it, we are having a party. A huge party. A huge party worth £30,000. I will keep the Benwick Bugle informed of the progress of it all and a date and location in Benwick will be announced. Hope to see as many of you there as possible and I hope you all have a truly fabulous day. If you don't enter then you certainly won't win but if you do enter, there's always a chance! 4
Friends of Benwick Church Report for 2009 We continue to operate as a formally constituted organisation with a Board of Trustees who meet every month and who in turn report to the PCC which meets fours times a year and is currently chaired by our Methodist Minister Rev. Manny Pillay. We also have a steering group with all the Ministers and the Archdeacon who also meet approx. four times a year.
During 2009 we continued to hold our usual events being Burns Night Supper, Picnic by the River and the Christmas bazaar, we also held a tombola and an informal quiz evening and an additional event in 2009 was our ABBA evening which raised over ÂŁ1000. All the events held made a profit with the proceeds going towards the building of the New Church in Benwick. Funds raised currently stand at approx. ÂŁ140k of which we currently retain a bank balance of approx. ÂŁ120k.
Our main focus now is the procedures and legalities around getting the Church built on the side of the village hall, however with so many parties having to be involved this is becoming very difficult. We are in constant dialogue with all solicitors, councils and governing bodies, this stage of the process was not expected to take as long as looks likely but we continue to push along.
2010 has begun with a successful Burns Night supper with over 80 guests enjoying the evening and raising money. We shall continue with our annual events this year and will also add a few small fund raisers along the way.
Finally our thanks go out as usual to the good people of Benwick and beyond for the support and help in whatever form that takes, without these people the project would not be were it is. We acknowledge and thank all bodies involved but especially for the help of the main committee of loyal members who continue to meet monthly on the 3rd Thursday of each month, these are a wonderful bunch of people and there help is essential, if anyone wants to join us you will be most welcome.
Many thanks to all.
John Hoffman Chair- friends of Benwick Church
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Friends of Benwick Church August Functions Songs of Praise 22nd
August, in the village Hall. Come along and sing some of the old favourites. Lead by Roy Trueman. Proceeds in aid of St Marys March rebuild fund
Village Picnic 31st August commencing at 2 pm with Balloon Race and Duck Race at 4pm To be held along the riverbank adjacent to the old churchyard. Assorted stall and games please bring a picnic and drinks or share in the refreshments on sale There is no charge for joining us See you there. Note: for those of you who are concerned about the balloons being a hazard to animals and the environment we operate in accordance with current guidelines. None of the ducks, used in the duck race, suffers injury of abuse during the race and all are retrieved and put in a place of safety at the end of the race. 8
Benwick Outreach Post Office
An Outreach Post Office service is now operating in Benwick. All the services of a normal post office, from sending your letters, buying your stamps or collecting your pension.
THE FIVE ALLS PUBLIC HOUSE TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS 10:30 â€“ 12:00
Home-Start Fenland The Community Education Centre 34 Station Road, March, Cambs PE15 8LE Tel 01354 655900 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
HOME-START FENLAND NEEDS VOLUNTEERS Kid’s going back to school? Time on your hands? Want to do something worthwhile? Home-Start Fenland Needs Your Help Home-Start Fenland is a voluntary organisation offering support, friendship and practical help to young families in their own homes. We cover March, Whittlesey and Chatteris and the villages in between. The service is free and confidential. Being a parent wherever you live or whatever your situation is not easy. Many parents feel exhausted and overwhelmed by the stresses of family life. Some parents lose confidence in their ability to cope and most can remember a time when they would have liked someone to turn to. How Can Home-Start Help? Home-Start volunteers visit regularly, offering friendly support, understanding (Home-Start volunteers are parents too!), reassurance, a listening ear and confidentiality. Volunteers are of all ages and backgrounds. They need no specific qualifications, but they do need the ability to listen with understanding, to maintain confidentiality and a commitment to the Scheme and the families they visit. Full training and support are provided. A preparation course for volunteers is starting in September 2010. For further details contact Alison Fisher on 01354 655900 or e-mail at email@example.com. Home-Start Fenland is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales Registration No. 5183496 Registered Charity No. 1105271 Registered Office. Community Education Centre, 34 Station Road, March, Cambs PE15 8LE. Patron: HRH Princess Alexandra, The Hon. Lady Ogilvy, GCVO.
Stuff you don't need? Don’t throw it away – give it away! You might not need that old sofa or wheelbarrow any more – but there might be someone just round the corner who does. Or if there’s something you’d like, someone nearby might have one!
Rev’d Val Fernanadez, The Rectory, Ingles Lane, Doddington, March, Cambs. PE15 0TE 01354 742715 E.mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Ritings from the Rectory Dear Friends This will be my last letter for a while as I am now on sick leave recovering from surgery, but others will be writing on my behalf. Friday Night Live is going very well, if you haven’t been then why not pop along to St Mary’s on a 2nd Friday in the month to experience some lively singing and some thought-provoking comments. Rocky’s Plaice Holiday Bible Club starts 10.00 Monday – Friday 9-13 August in Thomas Eaton School, booking essential. Please contact Ruth Houlding on 742421 for further details. Starting on 12 September there is to be a weekly Sunday School during term time 11.15 in St Mary’s (see separate article) As it’s the holiday season and a hopefully a slower pace for most people thought you might enjoy pondering over the following: Try to find 18 books of the bible in this paragraph and underline them. Once I made a remark about the hidden books of the Bible. Some people keep looking so hard for the facts but for others it is a revelation. Some get in a jam, especially since the names of the books are not capitalised, but the truth will finally strike hoe for numbers of you. To others, it is a real job. I want it to be a most fascinating time for you. Yes, there will be some easy ones for you to spot. Others may require judges to help them. I will admit it usually takes a minister to find all 18 books and there will be loud lamentations when they are found. It may be a fluke if you get them all. One lady says she brews a cup of tea so she can concentrate better. See how well you can compete. Relax now, consider at them at the Weatherspoon Inn or I might choose another sentence. Have fun! God Bless Val
From the Registers Weddings For the Lord is good and his love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations. Psalm 100:5 Jade Emma Brighty & Robert Clive Thompson Baptisms and Thanksgivings Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.” If you would like to know more about our services of Baptism and Thanksgiving please contact Revd Val Fernandez Annabelle Pippa Patching Elise Webb
Services during August 1 August Ninth after Trinity 9.30 Morning Prayer Doddington 9.30 Holy Communion, Benwick 11.15 Morning Prayer Wimblington 8 August Tenth after Trinity 9.30 Holy Communion, Doddington 9.30 Morning Prayer, Benwick 11.15 Holy Communion, Wimblington (No Time 4t this month) 13 August 7.30 St Mary’s Doddington Friday Night Live The second new, informal service for those who enjoy A livelier style of worship 15th August Eleventh after Trinity 9.30 Holy Communion, Doddington 11.15 Holiday Club Sunday Special, Thomas Eaton School, Wimblington (followed by Bring ‘n’ Share buffet lunch) Friday 20 July 9.30 BCP Holy Communion, Wimblington
22nd August Eleventh after Trinity 9.30 Holy Communion, Doddington 11.15 Holy Communion, Wimblington 29th August Twelfth after Trinity 10.30 Benefice Service, Wimblington 5 September Fourteenth after Trinity 9.30 Morning Prayer Doddington 9.30 Holy Communion, Benwick 11.15 Morning Prayer Wimblington 5.00 Patronal Festival Songs of Praise, Doddington
Answers: Mark, Kings, Acts, Revelation, James, Ruth, Numbers, Job, Amos, Esther, Judges, Titus, Lamentations, Luke, Hebrews, Peter, Mathew, Hosea
Scout Group News Scout Leader – Young Person of the Year competition Our Assistant Scout Leader, Philip Taylor, was successful in reaching the final of the Cambridgeshire Young Person of the Year. He and several supporters from the Group attended the award ceremony on July 15th. Although Philip did not win, the judges emphasised that standard of all the finalists was incredibly high and that all the finalists should be very proud of their achievements. Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers I am pleased to report that over 2,500 Active Kids points were collected by the Group’s supporters, including an anonymous donation of 1,500 points via the Nectar website. Thank you to all who donated their vouchers and especially to our mystery supporter. We have used the vouchers to obtain several compasses and a selection of sports equipment. District Appointment Following the appointment of a new District Commissioner for Fenland District, the Group Scout Leader Rod Glen has been appointed as Deputy District Commissioner. This appointment is in addition to the Group Scout Leader role. Photographs If you would like to see some of the activities the Scout Group get involved with, have a look at our websites www.1stbenwickscouts.co.uk and www.benwick.smugmug.com Rod Glen, Group Scout Leader
Knighthood of Sir Ernest Shepperson - Benwick's own Knight! This magazine piece on the right, date unknown, reports the knighthood of Sir Ernest Shepperson. Thanks to Adam of www.lilyholtroad.co.uk on which this article was found. Wikipedia* lists Sir Ernest Whittome Shepperson (October 1874 – 22 August 1949) as a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom. He was Member of Parliament for Leominster from 1922 to 1945. He was made a Baronet on 20 June 1945, of Upwood in the County of Huntingdon. The title became extinct on his death. * www.wikipedia.com
Doddington Patients Participation Group Chairman’s Report
We are now concentrating on fund raising so that we can purchase a 24 Hour Blood Sugar Monitor to assist our doctors in the management and care of patients with Diabetes. Unfortunately, this comes at a cost of about £4000 but we have some great events planned to help us raise these funds. We have a very exciting event planned for the autumn a Dinner Dance with an Auction of Promises on Saturday 16th October where there will be some amazing items and experiences offered for auction. Tickets are just £25 a head they represent exceedingly good value - let me know if you want to come. Remember that we are working for you! Grant Barlow Chairman Tel: 078 678 05 785 email: email@example.com
Coffee, Cakes and a Chat! Thursday 12th August Thursday 16th September Side Room of the Village Hall, from 2 till 4pm. All welcome, just turn up on the day! Tea or Coffee 50p Home made cakes 50p 18
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Phone 01353 777788 07946 735691
QUIZ ANSWERS How did you do?
1. What is the collective name of a group of seventeen hundred islands between Canada and the USA which are popular summer resorts? Thousand Islands 2. Whose summer villa is at Castel Gandolfo?
3. When is the Christian festival of Midsummer Day?
4. Where were the 1968 Summer Olympics held?
5. What is used as the filling of a summer pudding?
6. Which institution, introduced by Harold Wilson, consists of TV and radio lectures and summer schools? Open University 7. In 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', what was done all on a summer's day? The Queen of Hearts made some tarts 8. Elvis Presley was the King, Bruce Springsteen the Boss. What nickname was given to Donna Summer? Queen of Disco 9. In which capital city in the Northern Hemisphere, the name of which is a local tribe, has almost 19 hours of daylight during the summer solstice? Helsinki 10. Which actor, later to find fame in 'It Ain't Half Hot Mum', played the part of one of Cliff Richard's friends in the film 'Summer Holiday'? Melvyn Hayes 11. Which brothers wrote the song ‘Summertime’?
George and Ira Gershwin
12. Esther Summerson is the heroine of which novel by Charles Dickens? 13. Which duo had a hit in 1978 with ‘Summer Nights’?
John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John
14. Which hit song describes summer thus ‘Those days of soda and pretzels and beer’? Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer 15. The film ‘Summersby’ starred Richard Gere and which actress? 16. As the owner of what sort of shops is Anne Summers renowned? 17. Who had a hit record in 1961 with Summertime Blues?
Jodie Foster Lingerie/Adult Shops
18. The tiny summer Isles are a few miles Northwest of which Scottish port? 19. How is the singer La Donna Gaynes better known? 20. Which group had a hit with the song ‘In The Summertime?’
Donna Summer Mungo Jerry
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LOCAL INFORMATION, GROUPS AND CLUBS Benwick Athletic Football Club www.benwickathletic.co.uk Benwick Butterflies Preschool Group Children’s Centre, High Street, Benwick. 677733 For enquiries contact Jenny Fell on 01354 677848 or email email@example.com. Holiday Club Available to 3 to 12 year olds. Contact Jenny Fell as above
Parent, Baby & Toddler Group Mondays 1.30 - 3pm term time only. Contact Liz Hackett 01354 677262 Benwick Residents’ Association (BRAs) Organise various events, including the Luncheon Club, Dickensian Market Contact Pat Tickner on 677279 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Benwick Warhammer & Dungeon ‘n’ Dragons Club Every other Saturday in the Village Hall from 12:00 until 3:00pm. Anyone over the age of 10 can attend, cost £3 per session. Contact Philip & Robert Taylor, 01354 677763 Web: www.warhammer-dungeon-dragons.zoomshare.com Email: email@example.com
1st Benwick Scout Group and Fenland Tigers Explorer Scouts www.1stbenwickscouts.co.uk Group Scout Leader Rod Glen 677799 Beavers (aged 6 - 8) Cubs (aged 8 - 10 ½) Scouts (aged 10 ½ - 14) Explorer Scouts (aged 14 - 18)
Meet Wednesdays Contact Claire Edwards 677832 / 077779 635287 Meet Wednesdays Contact Scott Edwards 677832 / 07815 064970 Meet Thursdays Contact Larry Taylor 677763 / 07545 631680 Philip Taylor 07857 668103 Meet Mondays Contact Kirk Devall 677772
Friends of Benwick School Contact Chairperson Angela Chelton, 677847 Forget-Me-Not Club For over 55’s, meeting once a month. Contact Anne Wall, 661327, Janet Fountain, 677228, or Olive Benfield, 677741
Friends of Benwick Church Local contact Mr Albert Sismey, 677238. Friends Fundraising, Chairman John Hoffman, Tel: 677878 The Ark Sunday School Sarah Caton 677202 Five Alls Public House Tel. 677520 Village Hall To hire the village hall, contact Patricia Tickner, 20 Chapel Gardens on 677279. Benwick Primary School Tel. 677266 Autumn Term:
Teacher Training Days School begins
1st and 2nd September Friday 3rd September
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Benwick Parish Council Meets first Tuesday of each month. Chair: Lyn Keppel-Spoor 01354 677494, firstname.lastname@example.org Vice Chair: Tony Richardson 01354 677856, email@example.com Clerk: Kris Poole 01354 655303, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctorsâ€™ Surgeries Doddington Medical Centre, Benwick Road, Doddington Tel: 01354 740311 George Clare Surgery, Swan Drive New Road, Chatteris, PE16 6EX Tel: 01354 695888 Rainbow Surgery , 1 Stocking Fen Road, Ramsey, PE26 1SA Tel: 01487 710980 Ramsey Health Centre, Mews Close, Ramsey, PE26 1BP Tel: 01487 812611 www.ramseyhealthcentre.co.uk
Doddington Community Hospital Benwick Road, Doddington, PE15 0UG Tel: 01354 644251 Minor Injuries Clinic open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm. No appointment necessary. X-ray facilities.
NHS Dentists To search for dentists and get up to date information, go to: www.nhs.uk/England/Dentists/NearestSearch.aspx and enter your postcode. Or phone NHS Direct 0845 46 47
Refuse Collection Blue bin - Recycling. Clean paper and card, cans, tins, aerosols, plastic bottles (no lids), glass bottles & jars (lids off), tetrapak cartons, aluminium. Brown bin - Composting. Cooked & uncooked food waste, fruit & vegetable peelings, garden rubbish (grass, weeds, hedge clippings, untreated wood under 3 inches thick, straw), tea bags, coffee grinds, paper and cardboard. Green bin - Everything Else. Plastic trays, yoghurt pots, carrier bags, bottle tops, nappies, general household sweepings, ashes. Bins are collected on Tuesdays, alternating green bin collection one week then blue and brown bin collection together the following week. The collection following a bank holiday will be on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.
Outreach Post Office At the Five Alls Public House, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10.30 - 12.00. All the services of a normal post office, from sending your letters, buying your stamps or collecting your pension.
Mobile Library The Cambridgeshire Libraries Mobile Library Route M102/M114(N) visits Benwick every fortnight on a Tuesday, stopping at the following locations: 16a Doddington Road Chapel Gardens Village Hall
Arrive 10:35 Arrive 10:55 Arrive 11:15
Depart 10:50 Depart 11:10 Depart 11:25
At time of going to print, stops were scheduled for the following dates: August 3rd, 17th, 31st, September 14th & 28th. See www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/access/mobile or phone the library service via the County Councilâ€™s Contact Centre on 0845 045 5225 for more details.
Leisure Centres George Campbell Leisure Centre, City Road, March, PE15 9LT, Tel: 01354 622399 Manor Leisure Centre, Station Road, Whittlesey, PE7 1UA , Tel: 01733 202298 Hudson Leisure Centre, Harecroft Road, Wisbech, PE13 1RL, Tel: 01945 584230 Anyone may purchase an Optimum Leisure Card and use it to obtain a discount at any of the three leisure centres run by Fenland District Council above. For more details, or to apply for a card, contact one of the leisure centres. Ramsey Leisure Centre, Ailwyn School, Abbey Road, Ramsey, PE261DG, Tel: 01487 710275. Run by Huntingdonshire District Council (All information correct at time of going to print)
Doddington and WimblingtonSurgery
Combined with a auction of promises Venue Neale -Wade School
7.30pm until 12.30am Live Band 60’s 70’s and 80’s music
Sit Down Meal Free Wine on table Licensed Bar
Tables can be reserved in advance
Tickets £ 25.00 per person Dress code Smart or Evening wear
All fund raising goes to buying a Blood monitor system for the surgery 26
K & T Motor Repairs (est 1992) 30, Cambridge Row, Benwick, March, Cambs. PE15 OXF Tel : 01354 677239 or 07747 604618
Servicing and repairs all makes and models, petrol or diesel .
Engine , Gearbox , Alternators etc. Timing belts MOTâ€™s Welding Exhausts , Batteries , Tyres Brakes , Clutches , suspension Engine Management Diagnostics (computer diagnostic equip, all makes) Auto Electrics Service indicator resetting & Fault Code Reading (all makes) Air conditioning Homestart Very competitive rates
All classic and vintage vehicle mechanical repairs and rebuilds Cars, Light Commercial, Motorhomes, Motorcycles, Lawnmowers, Rotovators, Generators, etc. Is your engine management lamp on in the instrument panel?? Have your vehicle computer checked for fault codes only ÂŁ25 K. Howlett.
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