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Harvest Supper and Collection 7th October

ELSWORTH HARVEST SUPPER

Saturday 7th October 2017

Elsworth Pavilion 7.15 for 7.30pm

Tickets – £10pp (£5 concessions)

Family Ticket £20

Available in Elsworth Shop NOW!

EVERYBODY is welcome.

Profits from the evening will be given to a local charity

 

THIS YEAR’S HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD IN HOLY TRINITY CHURCH ON SUNDAY 1st OCTOBER AT 11.00AM.

 All are welcome. Please feel free to bring foodstuffs and goods suitable to be given to a local Foodbank. If possible, please buy them in the village and support your local community shop!

 For more information contact:

The Revd Nigel di Castiglione – Team Rector

Tel: 01954-267241 and 07770697240

email: nigel.dicastiglione@gmail.com

Macmillan Coffee Morning September 29th 2017

Please come along and support us at the

World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on

 

Friday 29th September in the Elsworth Pavilion

from

9am until 12 noon.

 

There will be a Raffle and lots of Stalls, as well as a plentiful supply of delicious home-made cakes and the opportunity to catch up with friends over a cup of tea or coffee & some cake!

 

If you are able to spare a jar of home-made jam or preserves/chutney for our Bring & Buy Produce Stall, then please either bring it with you on the day, OR, if you prefer, please drop it off at the Elsworth Shop before the event, there will be a box in the Shop to collect jars in. Many thanks in advance.

 

We look forward to seeing you on Friday 29th September!

Triathlon event coming through Elsworth Sunday 19th March

We are Cambridge Triathlon Club. Based in Cambridge we have 200+ adult members and 150+ junior members from 8yrs old up 80!

We provide an environment for youngsters and adults to swim, cycle and run in a safe environment with help from coaches and peers (all volunteers) to help people get fit and have a fit and healthy life style.

The club has produced Olympians and world champions over the years and gives local people access to an environment which will help people to achieve their fitness goals.

The club is run on a membership basis with all of the coached sessions being subsidised by the club. We hold 2/3 cycle sessions a week, 2 run sessions, fitness sessions and 6 swimming sessions.

 

That’s where we come in.

In order to provide these services to the club, we the events committee hold events throughout the year to fundraise.

We run a kids triathlon, an adults triathlon and an aquathlon (swim/run), and last year we started this event…

Unfortunately we hold our adults triathlon at Mepal outdoor centre, which over Christmas was burnt down by arsonists….! So this has had to be cancelled.

 

www.cambridgetriathlonclub.com

 

So the event itself is a 25mile/40km off road cycling course which starts and finishes in Papworth (the village hall).

The Varrier Jones foundation kindly let us use their carparks at the back of the shops, we have a good local litter pick for them in exchange.

The event loop links Papworth to Hilton to Offord to gravely to yelling, which is where the yelling (they will be) WI put on a ‘feed station’ for us, providing bacon butties cakes and coffee. Last year they were raising for sport relief.

This is halfway on the course, or if you are doing the short course only 3 miles to go!. which heads back toward Papworth.

We then head through to Eltisley towards Caxton, then navigating cambourne, finally heading through Elsworth (enjoying the scenery) back up the big hill to Papworth hall.

At the hall we have Papworth running club, who are putting on coffee and cakes for before and after the event. They are using it as a local coffee morning to raise money for those who are running the London Marathon in 4 weeks time.

The event cost is £20 per adult and £5 for under 16s with an accompanying adult. people enter online or on the day at the sign in desk.

Currently we have around 75 people entered with people coming from as far as Birmingham and Kent!

Here is the British cycling link who provide us with full event insurance and full risk assessment.

 

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/155697/The-Bridleway-Basher-2017

 

There are route maps etc on the page for you to look at.

 

Elsworth Jubilee Club Outing To Blenheim Palace 1st June 2017

ELSWORTH JUBILEE CLUB OUTING to

BLENHEIM PALACE, WOODSTOCK, OXFORD

THURSDAY 1ST JUNE 2017

LEAVE BUS SHELTER  SMITH STREET  ELSWORTH

9 O’CLOCK

Return journey home commences 4.30 pm

Palace, Park & Gardens and Coach Fare OAP £22-90

Adult £25-30           Child (up to 16) £12-90

For further information and booking form please contact:

BETTY  01954 267470    OR RITA  01954 267342a

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme Public exhibitions

Preparatory work to build our construction compounds has already started and we expect to begin main construction work later this year. The new A14 will open to traffic in 2020, with some work, such as removal of the Huntingdon viaduct, continuing beyond that.

You can read the latest newsletter on the Highways England website.

To find out more about the scheme and how it affects you, come along to one of our public information exhibitions.

Public information exhibitions

  • Offord Village Hall Tuesday 27 September, 2pm – 8pm
  • Hilton Village Hall Thursday 29 September, 2pm – 8pm
  • Bar Hill Village Hall Saturday 1 October, 10am – 4pm
  • Madingley Village Hall   Tuesday 4 October, 2pm – 8pm
  • Alconbury Memorial Hall Wednesday 5 October, 2pm – 8pm
  • Brampton Memorial Centre  Saturday 8 October, 10am – 4pm
  • Milton All Saints Church Hall  Tuesday 11 October, 2pm – 8pm
  • Oakington Pavillion Saturday 15 October, 10am – 4pm
  • Swavesey Memorial Hall Wednesday 19 October, 2pm – 8pm
  • St Ives United Reform Free Church Thursday 20 October, 2pm – 8pm
  • Judith’s Field Hall, Godmanchester Monday 24 October, 2pm – 8pm (please note this change of venue, which was previously advertised as Godmanchester Town Hall)

Events at The Poacher (July)

Upcoming Events at The Poacher in July

SATURDAY 9th JULY – 6PM UNTIL 9PM
INDIAN CUISINE EVENING
£14.95 for Two Courses

SATURDAY 23rd JULY – 2PM UNTIL 6PM
FAMILY BARBEQUE AFTERNOON
Join us for an afternoon in the garden

MONDAY 25th JULY – FROM 8PM
FOLK MUSIC EVENING
Join Elsworth AMC for a wonderful night of poetry and music

SATURDAY 30th JULY – FROM 8PM
THE BIG ENTERTAINMENT QUIZ
Come dressed as your favourite musician, actor or entertainer.

To book tables or for any further information on any of these events please telephone 01954 267722 or Email: elsworthpoacher@hotmail.com

Teddy Bear Parachute Jump Sunday July 3rd

Boxworth, Conington, Elsworth & Knapwell
Teddy Bears’ Parachute Jump and Family Picnic
Sunday 3rd July
11.15am – 1.30pm
Holy Trinity Church, Elsworth

Please come and join in the fun at our Teddy Bears’ Parachute Jump from the Church Tower.  Please bring your own picnic and picnic blankets or chairs. Parachutes will be provided!
11.15am – Register your teddy for the Jump (Registration fee £1.00)
11.30am – Outdoor Family Service
12 noon – Teddies prepare for launch from the Tower
12.15pm – Teddy Bear Parachuting commences!
1.30pm – Home
There will be refreshments available during the event.
Face Painting and Games for the Teddy Owners! All Teddies that take part will receive a Certificate.
We hope that this will be a lovely family event, and will bring people together from all four Villages.  Please note that the Churchyard has many uneven surfaces and children are your responsibility and must be supervised at all times.

Pathfinder March 18th June

Walkers on The Annual Pathfinder March will travel through Elsworth during Sat 18th June.  Up to 400 participants are expected to take part this year.

The March is organised through RAF Wyton and is held in recognition of the sacrifices made by the members of the Pathfinder Force. The Second World Wars’ RAF Pathfinder Force which was stationed at the historic Cambridgeshire airfields of Wyton, Graveley, Oakington and Warboys.

The annual March is a circular walk of 46-miles, following public roads, public rights of ways and footpaths that connect the 4 airfields. It is an extremely arduous event to complete, starting at 4 o’clock in the morning and has a 20-hour time limit, consequently many participants use the event as an opportunity to raise money for numerous local and national charities and good causes. It is open to both military personnel and members of the public.

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