Tai Chi: Are you still thinking you should really do something by way of exercise but have yet to find something ‘easy’? Worry not! Tai Chi classes have started again on a Friday morning in the Parish Hall between 10 and 11 am. My understanding is that this is a gentle form of exercise that, when practised on a regular basis, does you the world of good – well, the elderly population in China seem to do well on it so it must have something going for it! Joking aside, why not give it a go, the cost of each class is £6 and you don’t have to book in advance, just turn up on the day and see what is involved.
Folk Night: On Friday evening it is ‘Folk Night @ Dudley House@ from 8 pm in the Upper Room to the rear of the Hardware Shop. Tea/coffee and refreshments will be available for a suggested donation of £4. You don’t have to be able to sing or play an instrument to attend, you are more than welcome to go along and just listen. If you are interested but unable to attend, the Folk Club nights are held every second Friday of the month, so the next one will be on Friday, 11 March at the same time and place.
Neighbourhood plan: Monday evening sees the February meeting of the Neighbourhood Planning Committee, starting at 7.30 pm in the Pavilion. I’m sure you don’t need me to remind you that a copy of the Agenda will be posted on the Parish Notice Board outside the Spar Shop. Unfortunately, there seems to be a problem with their website so it is not possible to download a copy of the agenda nor the minutes of the last meeting but I’m sure if you contacted the Parish Clerk (email@example.com / 01403 733881) she’d be able to send you a copy, but I’m sure it won’t be too long before the website (http://spcnhp.blogspot.co.uk) is back up and running as it should.
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