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Black Horse Re-Opens

New managers Jeff and Mo would like to extend a warm welcome to the re-opened Black Horse in Wrawby.

Jeff and Mo have been in the pub trade for 30 years, working in Northampton and Milton Keynes and have come out of retirement to run this classic country pub. Recognising its previous popularity Jeff and Mo are working to make the Black Horse return to being the heart of the community.

Home-made food will be on the menu Monday to Saturday 12–8pm and Sunday Lunch will be served 12–4pm. Vegetarian and children’s menus are available. Parties can be catered for with the catering to suit your occasion.

Tuesday nights you can get a Curry and a Pint and the popular Quiz Night is back on Thursdays, starting at 8.30, with all old and new teams welcome.

Christmas opening at the Black Horse will be Christmas Eve 12–12 midnight, Christmas Day 12–2pm and 7pm–10pm, Boxing Day 12–11pm and New Year’s Day 2-11pm.

Wrawby Remembers 1918

The hundredth anniversary of the end of World War 1 was commemorated with due respect in Wrawby. A group of volunteers dedicated their time to create a wonderful display of poppies outside St Mary’s Church and to decorate the inside of the Church.

Around 50 people attended the Remembrance Service on the 11th November to pay homage those who have given their lives in the two world wars and various other conflicts and to observe the two minutes silence. This was followed by refreshments.

A big thank you to all involved.

Second Defibrillator Installed

The Parish Council have secured provision of a second Defibrillator.

This has been fitted by the Village Hall door.

Look Out For Hedgehogs

Hedgehogs love to find hibernation spots in heaps of leaves and timber and so are very vulnerable at this time. We seem to have a good number of hedgehogs in the village, and it would be such a shame if any of this dwindling species were to perish during the firework season.