Rattery Parish Events and Information


KETTLEWELL WALK

Official opening
11.00am on Saturday 6 October 2018
(meet at the entrance to Garden Close,
or in the Village Hall, if poor weather)

Kettlewell Walk

Come for a stroll around this newly extended permissive path, and enjoy free tea and cakes and a small display about local wildlife along the way.

For information about the Environment Advisory group click here


URGENT 1st Aid - Stroke or Heart Attack
“Learning about Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)  and a Defibrillator.”
Rattery Village Hall Monday 24th September 19.30 - 21.00hrs,
or Tuesday 25th September 9.30 - 11.00am
Are you confident that you know exactly what to do if someone has a stroke or a heart attack?  I know that I once did but I am more than a little rusty now, and would hate to feel that I failed someone in an emergency. I need to have a refresher course before it is too late. This is why I have arranged for John Hampton to carry out two sessions in Rattery Village Hall . One session is on Monday 24th September from 7.30 - 9.0pm and another on Tuesday 25th September from 9.30 - 11.0 am. Do try and attend one of these sessions - it could be a matter of life or death to someone.

Just turn up - and possibly save a life.

Terry Underhill


RSVP Bhangra Band
Saturday 10th November 2018 - Rattery Village Hall - 8.00pm

A Villages in Action Event

RSVP is a Bhangra band that blends traditional Punjabi celebratory folk music with Western musical influences to create a sound that is unusual when heard by mainstream listeners, but none of that matters, because their ability to perform to a crowd is perfect. Their stage personalities are lovable, the Asian drumbeats are infectious, and the Western slant gives the crowd something unique to enjoy.

With musicians drawn from one family, wholly rooted in an authentic living tradition, yet unafraid to innovate, this is the ultimate celebratory Indian music. RSVP will be bringing their Big Bhangra Beats and engaging, interactive vibe so be prepared to learn some Bhangra grooves and moves and get ready to party.

For tickets telephone 01364 72597 / 07879 438769

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Angel Heart Theatre – The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Saturday 5th January 2019 - Rattery Village Hall 3.00pm

A Villages in Action Event

Jacob is a young boy who loves to be playful. When he is given the responsibility of being the village shepherd his wild imagination leads him astray…

A delightful re-imagining of one of Aesop’s most-loved Fables. There will be refreshments and a chance to meet the puppets after show.

For tickets telephone 01364 643741 or Artworks South Brent

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Pilates - mixed level
7.30pm - 8.30pm in Rattery Village Hall
Please bring a mat if you have one.
£5.00
Any questions please contact Sarah email or telephone 07738490388

Session Dates 

1 Wednesday 1 August
2 Wednesday 15 August
3 Wednesday 22 August
4 Wednesday 29 August
5 Wednesday 5 September
6 Wednesday 19 September
7 Wednesday 17 October
8 Wednesday 24 October
9 Wednesday 7th November
10 Wednesday 21 November
11 Wednesday 5 December
12 Wednesday 19th December

In 2019 Wednesday Pilates will be on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Wednesday of the month


Line Dancing
Does anyone fancy doing some line dancing? Pat and Tia from Marley Court are prepared to run an hourly session in the village hall on Friday afternoons when hall is free this summer. There will only be a nominal charge to cover costs. All welcome from children to pensioners. The first session will be Friday 8 June starting at 4 pm

Please let me know Alison know if you are interested in attending email


Wild Garden Children’s Group
We meet weekly on a Wednesday from 10-12pm. The group is focused on early years, walking - 7/8, but is open to all children (accompanied by an adult). 

We hold a Children’s Fire fortnightly where we learn, share and celebrate the seasons together. There is a recommended donation amount of £5.00 for an adult and child, and £2.00 for siblings and/or other additions for these sessions.
You are welcome to arrive from 10.00am, then we gather around the fire at 10:30am to check in and share a snack and a cuppa. There will be a planned activity which is very much ‘opt-in’. 

In the weeks in between the garden is open for a social gathering to anyone who would like to come along, hang out and enjoy the garden. These weeks will be my work days so there will still be things to learn and get involved with, if you like. These sessions are free, but please bring your own snacks.

Please bring any extra snacks, as you need, and dress for the outdoors. 

The group is secular and based around natural learning, nature connection with some forest school elements.

The weather is brightening so do feel free to bring a picnic and stay for lunch after. 

Wild Garden, Culver Lane, Rattery, TQ10 9LJ. Visit FaceBook page


Self employed book keeper

The church wardens have decided to look for a self employed book keeper to take over the role of treasurer for St Mary’ Rattery.
Does anyone know of such a person who might be prepared to take over this role?

If you are interested please contact Ian Samuel - telephone 07940 372954 or email

 


Ceramic Coaster by Jane Wellans
This is a picture of the ceramic coaster which Jane Wellans from South Brent made for the twinning group. If anyone would like coasters made to this design - at around £9.00 each - please telephone Ian Samuel 07940 372954 or email


Dry Bridge Replacement

HIGHWAYS AGENCY
Click to see slide show of bridge opening on Saturday 16 May 2015


Handmade Greetings Cards
Available from local artist. £2.50 a card or 5 for £10. Illustrated by prints of the artist's watercolour and mixed media paintings or photographs of local scenes, and her unique poetry. Commissions for your special  occasions welcome. Call Steph on  01364 644978,or find them on sale at the village hall on Tuesday mornings 10-11.30. Also available on Etsy.


Help for homeowners, landlords and park home owners from South Hams District Council!
South Hams District Council, in partnership with not-for-profit organisation Wessex Home Improvement Loans, may be able to provide homeowners, park home owners and landlords with subsidised finance to carry out essential repair works to their homes. Works are assessed by the council and include boiler repair, replacement or heating installation, damp repair, structural works including roof/thatch repair, electrical and plumbing works, rotten windows replacement, or upgrades to bathrooms and kitchens over 15 years old and in need of repair.    Eligibility is wide to include people who own their own homes who may have savings and/or an income but who wouldn’t be able to afford repairs or access finance elsewhere.  Call South Hams District Council on 01803 861234 for more information or visit website