The Return of the Great Garvald Jumble Sale!!
To be held on Sunday 23rd April
Save the date and save your jumble… either deliver it to Caroline McGregor at The Old Schoolhouse anytime, if you want rid of it, or bring it round to the Village Hall on Saturday 22nd April.
Details to follow…
Garvald Grange garden is open as part of the national open gardens scheme. The owners have transformed this garden over the last 24 years from a bare landscape into a haven for wildlife. Beehives feature in the orchard and vegetables, shrubs, roses and herbaceous plants grow in the small walled garden beside the house, under a huge walnut tree. There are two ponds with a resident population of mallard and several new woods plus mature oak coppice and other hardwoods. For more information, see the Scotland’s Gardens website.
A big thank you to everyone involved in the Garvald Hogmanay Hoolie, including the organisers, the band and those who came along and danced the night away. Thanks also for your roll-the-£1-coin donations which raised over £60 for the refugee crisis and thanks for the fireworks at The Garvald Inn. All helping our community to bring in the New Year. Best wishes to all for a wonderful 2016!
Photograph courtesy of Graham Barnes, 2016.
Yester Primary’s Christmas Fayre is this Thursday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Why not pop along. There will be lots of stalls – perfect for some Christmas shopping!
A reminder about the Concert at Nunraw Abbey this Wednesday, 22 July 2015, at 6.30 pm.
A recital of Puccini and the great arias of Opera by Scottish Tenor, Martin Aelred.
There will be tea and biscuits to follow and a collection will be taken for the street children in Colombia — “Let the Children live” — suffering from extreme violence, abuse and exploitation.
In case you’ve not seen all the roadside signs, here’s a quick reminder that the Garvald Jumble Sale is this Sunday, 28th June from 12-2pm! Rolls and teas/coffees will be served. Please donate your unwanted items and come and buy some bargains to help us raise money for the Nepal earthquake appeal. Thank you.
Roz Anderson would like to thank everyone who sponsored Rhys Cowie in his obstacle course to raise money for Yester Primary Nursery. So far the total raised for the nursery is £701 with some money still to come in. Well done, Rhys!
All proceeds from the jumble sale will go to the Nepal Earthquake Appeal so please take the chance to have a declutter and donate all your unwanted jumble. Thank you!
“Garvald Greetings Cards” are available from Hazel at 6 Burnside Court. They cost £1 each, and are sold in aid of Hall Funds. There is no message inside, and they are easily adapted to use as a Christmas card for friends at a distance or for those who have Garvald connections.