Weddings, sleep overs and markets
THE recent wedding of former Jamieson resident Michael Foster and Gwen (Xin ni Chua) was held at the Fort Canning Hotel in Singapore, where they both work and now reside.
Michael was born and raised in Jamieson, educated at Jamieson Primary School and Mansfield Secondary College.
Michael’s parents are Ann and David Foster formally of Jamieson, now Mansfield.
Many travelled from Jamieson and Mansfield, including best man James Crockett, a school friend from Mansfield.
Congratulations and best wishes.
JAMIESON Primary School students enjoyed their annual school sleep over last Thursday night.
The senior students organised the event and decided on the theme – Christmas.
The students arrived wearing Christmas costumes and carrying sleeping bags and attire.
They played games, read stories and enjoyed the social event with teachers and some parents.
The annual sleep over is a long tradition with the primary school and each year the senior students create new themes and ideas for an even better experience.
THE Jamieson Farmers and Artisans Market will be held on December 1 at the Jamieson Riverside Reserve at the river end of Grey Street, adjacent to the with Carmel Dixon
Jamieson Caravan Park.
The Farmers and Artisans twilight market will run from at 3pm until 7pm.
Thirty stall holders have booked sites for the market.
The shady relocation will make for a more comfortable area for traders and purchasers.
The array of produce being presented is vast, with a Christmas theme.
There will be a second Jamieson Farmers and Artisan Market held on January 5, featuring Holiday Fun.
THE Jamieson community group AGM was held recently and a new executive committee was elected by vote.
President is Ann-Maree Vague (returned), vice president Janet Druce, secretary Sue Malin (returned), treasurer Tracey Gravenell (returned).
Committee members are Donna Ridley, Pam Stacey, Kenneth Hopkinson and Tom Bennett.
THE KNOT: It was a Singapore wedding for former Jamieson residents (from left) David Foster, bride Xin ni Chua (Gwen), groom Michael Foster and Ann Foster.