Latest News - Press Release July 2019
The month of July is named after Julius Caesar by a decision of
the Roman Senate in 44BC as July was the month of his birth.
Julius is not now in the top 500 names given to newborn boys in the UK, though Julia is 79th for girls in England and Wales and 74th in Scotland. Julian comes 326th in England and Wales.
July’s birthstone is the ruby, which is said to symbolise contentment.
Seven US presidents have died in July, which is more than any other month.
Squires Field News!
*****We now have a beautiful new kitchen with an oven, fridge and microwave.*****
Many thanks to those who have dropped some lovely raffle donations into our box on the porch. Attention: Would any of you young senior men like to Play Walking Football? Is there anybody who would like to organise this as we would like to set it up as the social aspect as it’s just as important as the physical? Please call Gill at 01726-834994
Anniversary Party: We would appreciate if you could donate some cakes for our cake sale at our party on Saturday 6th July.
They can be brought to the centre after 10am. Do come along on the day between 2 and 4 pm - this is an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy a fun afternoon with entertainment from Bodmin Youth Band.
Our AGM will be held on the 8th July at 7pm at the Squires Field Community Centre. Everyone is welcome.
Our Sunday cafes between 2.30 and 4 pm are proving to be a great chance to socialise and have an optional go at playing croquet. Tea and cake has never tasted so good, sitting in the sunshine (or in the large meeting room on rainy days!) overlooking the croquet lawn - a perfect way to relax at the weekend.
July sewing bee will be on the 13 th July 10 am - 1 pm.
No need to book just turn up with your projects or to find out more.
We also have a swap shop located in the cloakroom, when the centre is open for the Sunday Cafe. There are lots of books, jigsaws, toys and DVDs available for a small donation.
The Film Club, is excited to be showing “Fisherman’s Friends” on July 27th.
We will be opening the doors at 6pm so you can enjoy tea and pasty for £2.50.
These are traditional pasties made by Mrs
Gallagher, so no gluten free or vegetarian ones, I’m afraid.
This will be extremely popular so please eserve a seat ASAP by e-mail or phone. Foweyfilmclub@gmail.com. OR call Anna 01726-834459.
Chess club: Where have all the Chess Players gone? Never played chess before? Come on don’t be shy!
This month it will be on Sunday 28th July from 2.30pm to 4.00pm. beginners or grand masters! It's a fun relaxed session with drinks and cakes available.
Pilates: Wednesdays 10 – 11 am . £8 per session or £45 for 6 sessions (£7.50 each session) Contact Steph for more
information and booking. firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07711 856242 Come along and enjoy the after school cafe, on Fridays from 3pm – 4:15pm
Youth Club: For kids aged 7-12, it’s a great place to hang out and play games on Friday evenings. Contact: Hayley on 07506-506213
Produce Market Saturday 20th July from10-1pm. Homemade cakes, locally baked bread and rolls, eggs and all kinds of vegetables. NEW!! We have a creative wood turner who can make anything from bowls to light pulls or
will take special orders.
If you are interested in selling produce at the market, tables cost £5 and can be booked via this email address:
email@example.com or our website. www.squiresfield.uk
We will confirm a date soon for the Old Fashioned Fayre. If any children want sunflower or pumpkin seeds to
grow, just call Jackie and she can deliver (so long as it’s all fairly close to Fowey!)
Jacqui Hards (firstname.lastname@example.org/ mobile 07812 896452)
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