Susan Day writes:
I wonder if you would be kind enough to keep all the Tokens you get after shopping at Tesco, because from 1st Sept to the end of October one of the Bags of Help causes at the door to the store will be for Wrawby Windmill.
Please keep any you get in August until the 1st September & then drop them into the Windmill box. This would be much appreciated. Some cashiers let one have quite a few while others are not as generous - so please be very persuasive!
Here are a few, we're sure there'll be more.
... all of these events are featured in this month's Wrawby News and most on the web site.
Wrawby was highly commended in the CPRE 2018 competition, not what was hoped for but still a good result. The winners scored only two points more at 144/150.
To read the scores and judges' comments click the button. Well done everyone and here’s hoping for an even better result next year!
The Wrawby Horticultural Society Show was a success again this year, despite the weather affecting entries in the vegetable and flower sections. There was a good turnout in all other categories.
The show was well attended by the village and the raffle, game and auction were all firm favourites.
The committee would like to thank all exhibitors, judges, prize donators and helpers. Without you we wouldn't be able to keep the tradition of a small village show. Special thanks go to Michael Godfrey for presenting the prizes, the emergency service vehicles and Jim Flewker for taking photographs, more of which can be viewed at www.wrawby.org.uk (see our Gallery Page - JF).