Village Leaf Clearance: This year it is on Sunday afternoon, 27th November. Please meet us on the Play Close at 2 pm. We are running it with the help of the BVS and Parish Council. We all use the footpaths so please help us clear them of slippery leaves. Bring rakes and barrows if you have them, or you can borrow ours. There will be tea/coffee/juice and cake for volunteers afterwards at The Blueberry (who are kindly sponsoring the event).
Blewbury Garden Market Extra: A quick reminder that you can buy locally made bread and cakes for the weekend at the Post Office on Saturday mornings from 9.30 am – so call in before doing your weekly shop! Any unsold bread is put in the freezer so is available during the week as well. If you feel like occupying a couple of hours with baking on a Friday, bring your efforts along and we will sell them for you (10% retained, split between PO and SB). We also sell preserves and occasional produce (such as Jerusalem artichokes) all week.
Apple juicing: Sincere thanks to everyone who came along with their buckets of apples and saved this wonderful resource from being wasted by turning it into delicious juice! Thanks also to our team of volunteers, who spent many hours cleaning and preparing apples for the shredder and washing down the equipment afterwards. If you still have apples on your trees, you can hire our equipment for £10 – contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thermal imaging of houses: We will again be borrowing the Vale’s thermal camera in January in order to help people improve their home’s insulation. This can make it warmer, save money and reduce carbon emissions – a triple win. We image your house and provide a report free of charge. If you would like your house imaged, or re‑imaged to check improvements, please email us at email@example.com or phone Jo Lakeland (850490) or Eric Eisenhandler (850558).
Community Orchard: See separate item elsewhere in this Bulletin.
FREE ITEMS TO A GOOD HOME
|Gate leg folding veneered wooden table 30″ wide, 13″ folded depth, 60″ fully extended.||
Kenwood Multi Pro food processor with cutters etc. Hardly used.
5 pairs of professionally made long (82-84″) triple lined heavy duty curtains with pencil pleats and ties, Beige background blue/grey motifs and thin brick red stripes.
1 pair professionally made lined curtains (61″ x 55″) Pale Blue print on cream background, blue lining pencil pleats and ties.
1 pair lined lighter weight curtains (45″x52″) Red/orange with cream and green pattern.
Tall stainless steel patio heater in working order. Gas bottle NOT included.
Metal shelf system suitable for garden shed, 1.5m high, 4 shelves 75cms x 30cms including nuts and bolts
Pair of wall-mounted cottage-style pine corner shelves – H 82 cms, cross section 56 x 40 x 40cms
Fridja clothes steamer
2 x acoustic guitars
Squire Fender electric guitar
Yamaha electric guitar
Marshall amplifier (45w)
Amstrad CD player
John Lewis Scroll Wall light fitting with glass shade – NEW
Dunelm Chrome Band Wall 2 light fitting – NEW
Chris and Jane Buss
Old ‘stone’ sink 18x30x6 (inches)
Books: ‘The Original Water-Color Paintings of John James Audubon for The Birds of America’ 431 Exact Reproductions from the Original Collection
Canada/A Year of the Land produced by the National Film Board of Canada
Metal Xmas tree stand for use on the floor – quite long legs, very stable.
Assorted ceramic flower/cachepots
|About 100 bricks for hardcore, soak-away, etc.||
|To freecycle your item please send a short description, email & phone number to Lydia Inglis (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
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