Charity event: The Slaters Arms is hosting a fun charity event on Saturday. Two-person teams will be challenged to see how far they can get from the Slaters Arms and return within 24 hours – participants must wear fancy dress and will not be allowed to carry mobile phones or money. The challenge starts at 12.30pm and will raise cash for the Movember Foundation.
Table top sale: St Mary’s Church will hold a fair, with a table top sale, in the village hall on Saturday, November 14, from 10am to 3pm. Tables are available for £10. For further information, contact Anne Hunt on 01535 636179.
Christmas fair: There will be a Christmas fair in the village hall on Saturday, November 28, from 10am to 12.30pm. There will be Christmas wreaths for sale and to order, along with gifts, decorations and crafts. Anyone wishing to book a stall should contact Susan Dobson on 01535 633363 or 07823 347561. Proceeds will be donated to The Springfield Project and Bradley School’s charity Kasin.
Women’s Institute: Twenty seven members of the Bradley Women’s Institute attended last Monday’s meeting, when Gail Evans gave an interesting demonstration on making sugar paste characters. If you are interested in joining the group, then come along to the next meeting at 7pm on Monday, November 16, in the village hall.
School news: Pupils received a special card from the Rays of Sunshine charity, thanking them for their very donations of gifts for the charity’s winter party. The school council’s recent bun sale raised £120, which was used to buy paper, pencils, crayons and pencil sharpeners for a school in Nepal. Friends of Bradley School are running a 100 Club, which costs £12 per ticket for 12 months. If you would like to buy a ticket, they will be available for sale in the playground on Thursdays and Fridays between 3.15pm and 4pm. Class two enjoyed a trip to Withernsea Lighthouse and Withernsea Lifeboat Centre. The school is collecting tokens from promotional 500g tubs of Flora Original, Light and Buttery. For every 50 tokens the school will receive a Samsung Galaxy tablet.
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