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Cleeve is host­ing a cof­fee morn­ing 10am-noon on Satur­day, Septem­ber 14.

Stalls, raf­fle, tea/cof­fee and cake. Join us for friendly con­ver­sa­tion at the church in Bish­ops Close (off Toby­field Road) GL52 8NT. All in aid of Methodist Church Homes.

Bishop’s Cleeve Methodist Church Wed­nes­day Fel­low­ship wel­comes new mem­bers both men and women to all meet­ings which take place in the Church Hall at 2pm.

Bak­ing, Mak­ing Shak­ing WI is a fun group launched in 2015 which meets on the first Thurs­day of each month at Bishop’s Cleeve Foot­ball Club, Kayte Lane from 8–10pm.

Come along as a vis­i­tor and en­joy the speaker, tea/cof­fee and cake for only £3, make friends and have a gig­gle.

On Septem­ber 5, The Sev­ern Free­wheel­ers will visit to talk about their night time role.

Susie Mcguire has formed a so­cial group aimed at peo­ple aged 60+ in the area.

The idea is to meet for cin­ema, theatre, meals out and gen­eral get to­geth­ers.

If in­ter­ested, con­tact Susie on 07887 713 156 or email [email protected]­look. com.

Come and join us, your ideas could make a dif­fer­ence.

The Sir Frank Whittle Pairs Chal­lenge is be­ing played at Cirences­ter Golf Club on Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 1, and is open to ladies and gen­tle­men as part of fund rais­ing to fur­nish a new ex­hi­bi­tion hall and ed­u­ca­tion cen­tre at the Jet Age Mu­seum, the memo­rial to the im­por­tance and his­tory of avi­a­tion in Glouces­ter­shire.

It is en­tirely run by vol­un­teers with free ad­mis­sion and re­lies on do­na­tions.

It pro­vides fun and in­for­ma­tion for fam­i­lies and en­thu­si­asts alike.

This is an op­por­tu­nity for a day of en­joy­able, but not se­ri­ously com­pet­i­tive, golf for an ex­cel­lent cause in a beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tion. En­try £79 per pair.

For an en­try form, email [email protected] minch­

There will be a Ta­ble Top Sale at Denley Hall, Bishop’s Cleeve on the first Satur­day of the month from 10-11am.

Re­fresh­ments are avail­able and cakes are for sale. There is also a raf­fle. En­trance is free.

Cleeve Ladies Probus Club meet­ings take place in Bishop’s Cleeve Tithe Barn at 9.45am.

On Septem­ber 3 the sub­ject will be Forg­ers and Fakes.

If you would like to join con­tact 01242 529664.

Cleeve Carers and Friend­ship group reaches out to those in the com­mu­nity who may not be carers but are home alone or would like to meet with others for friend­ship.

Meet­ings at 2pm in St Michael’s Hall. This group is look­ing for an or­gan­iser to run monthly min­i­nus trips.

On Septem­ber 10, the topic will be Punch and Judy, from speaker Phil Collins.

Any­one in­ter­ested, con­tact 01242 672029.

Bishop’s Cleeve WI meets monthly in the Tithe Barn, Bishop’s Cleeve, on Tues­day evenings at 7.15pm. On Septem­ber 17, Colin Witts will talk about My Life on the River Sev­ern and

the com­pe­ti­tion will be A Boat Re­lated Item.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact 01242 677520.

Ox­en­ton WI meets at 7.30pm on the fourth Wed­nes­day of the month in Gother­ing­ton Vil­lage Hall.

As well as a wide range of speak­ers, there is a weekly art group, monthly lunches, craft groups and workshops, tai chi and so­cial events.

On Au­gust 28, the talk is calld Quaint and Quirky Glouces­ter­shire with speaker An­gela Pan­rucker.

Vis­i­tors and new mem­bers are al­ways wel­come.

Do you have difficulty get­ting to your lo­cal li­brary? Bishop’s Cleeve Li­brary Club, which meets on the third Tues­day of the month, can meet your needs as trans­port can be pro­vided.for more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact 01242 672217.

St Michael’s Hall hosts North Cotswold Food­bank ses­sions ev­ery Fri­day from 9.45-11.15am.

Do­na­tions to the food bank can be left at Bishop’s Cleeve Parish Coun­cil of­fice, Mondays, Tues­days, Thurs­days and Fri­days 9am-3pm, Wed­nes­days 10am-3pm.

The In­de­pen­dence Trust rep­re­sen­ta­tive for the area is An­drew Wood, a men­tal health out­reach worker. Should you wish to con­tact An­drew di­rectly you can do so on 01242 512812.





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