Well done to everyone who came along to the Garvald Christmas Dinner last night and provided such a feast for us to share. Special thanks to our VIP guests Jean Waddell and Dorothy Nisbet who started the tradition 50 years ago, and Hurray for Hazel and Father Mark who made the speeches. The whole event was masterminded by Liz Leather with a trusty squad of helpers.
There are still a couple of dishes and serving spoons to collect – Saturday around 1pm just before the children’s party would probably be best or else contact your favourite Village Hall committee member.
Please see the attached Agenda, below, for the Garvald and Morham Community Council meeting on Monday 4th December at 7.30pm in Morham Village Hall.
GARVALD & MORHAM COMMUNITY COUNCIL
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROPOSAL FOR ULTRA FAST FIBRE BROADBAND IN GARVALD & MORHAM
Some parts of our area have fibre broadband but most do not. The Community Council is exploring the possibility of a community project to install ultra fast broadband. This will depend on government subsidies but may involve community funding.
SUFFICIENT LOCAL SUPPORT IS ESSENTIAL FOR A VIABLE PROJECT. Therefore, we need to know your opinion.
For information about the project and/or to register your interest, please contact community councillor, Roger Harris, using the contact form, below:
Please hand your RSVPs and money to Chiara and Richard at Broomfield House as soon as possible so we can confirm numbers for the Christmas Dinner on 7th December.
And don’t forget to jazz up your Christmas outfit – 1973 style – in honour of the 50th Anniversary!
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Saturday 9th December 2023, 2-4pm, Garvald Village Hall
All the children of Garvald and Morham are warmly invited to join us for a Christmas Ceilidh! There will be a half hour break from dancing at 2:45pm for party food and a visit from someone special – listen out for sleigh bells!
Parents and carers, please stay with your children and bring:
- a small wrapped present per child with their name on (keep it hidden and bring to the hall kitchen when you arrive!), suggested £5-10 price range
- a plate of food to share
Can’t wait to see you there!
Help us to decorate the village hall for Christmas, fuelled by plenty of cake!
Saturday 2nd December
Garvald Village Hall
Parents and carers please stay to supervise your children, and don’t forget their (and possibly your) art smocks!
The next Ladies’ Supper will be on Friday 1st December at 7pm in the Garvald Stables. Festive Dress-up! We would love to see some of our neighbours from the wider community come along, too!
Just a wee reminder of what to bring along:
- A dish to share
- Bowl for pudding
- Preferred tipple
- Something to serve your dish with
See you there!
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The next PUBlic Philosophy event will be on Thursday 18th January from 8-10pm in the Garvald Inn. Professor Amalia Amaya Navarro and Dr. Nick Treanor will lead discussions about jurisprudential virtue and the biggest thing you’ve ever seen.