FRESH COFFEE, TEA AND CAKES AT ST ANDREW'S EVERY SATURDAY IN JULY
Following the success of the Church Saturday Coffee and Cake Mornings, they will now be held on the first Saturday of each month, into the future. The Coffee Mornings have proved to be a great opportunity to pop in and enjoy a cup of fresh coffee (or tea) with the homemade cake selection of the day. Regular attendees, occassional visitors from the village and further afield, dog walkers fancying a break and many others have taken advantage of these events and we hope to continue them into the winter. Our next coffee morning is on Saturday 3rd September.
We are extremely grateful to the Norfolk Community Foundation for granting St Andrew's Venue sufficient funds for the purchase of film equipment. The full request of £3,200 was granted to purchase DVD/Bluetooth projector, amplifier, speakers and large screen. Look out for FilmNight publicity as soon as everything is set up!
A note from David Dalzell - for the villagers of Thursford
As part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, October 2022 will see a call to the nation to plant a tree as part of the Queen's Canopy.
Number 6, North Lane, Thursford, is offering 30, two-year-old oak saplings that were planted outside in 2020 from acorns gathered under an oak on Walsingham Road. They will be available at the front verge throughout the spring and summer season, and will also be available on the Green during the Jubilee Sunday celebrations.
These are being offered to anyone in the village who would like to plant a tree as part of the Queen's Canopy project.
Once the growing season is done, and the planting season starts from October 2022, they will be ready for planting into their final position. The Queen's Canopy project will begin from Oct 2022.
As part of the celebrations, we invite you to photograph your planting and send images through to firstname.lastname@example.org so that they can be published in a future edition of the Tablet.
Once you pick up your tree sapling, all you need is:
A Spade and gardening fork
A cane or stake to support the tree
with a guard
Further information can be found here:
We hope you'll invest in the village's natural heritage.