Storridge, Cradley and Mathon Churches by M. Edgar

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  St Francis window in Cradley Church, by John D.
St Francis window in Cradley Church
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NOTICEBOARD See also The Malvern Gazette for Cradley and Cradley Whats On.

Cradley Churchyard Transformation
We are delighted to announce that the Malvern AONB is sponsoring our plans for the proposed summer wildflower hay meadow just to the north of the Church by providing Yellow Rattle seed. We plan to sow the Yellow Rattle in November/December when the ground has been cleared of fire-wood, and mown. Yellow Rattle weakens grasses and gives other wildflowers a chance to take hold.
Please pass on our appreciation for all the hard work done by our volunteers. We could not have achieved what we have without you! The firewood piles continue to grow smaller, please encourage anyone to take firewood, as much as they can whenever they can.
We apologise if any of the graves you tend are a bit roughed up following the felling of the Cyprus trees in September 2018. If you have a particular concern then please contact Tony or Anne.

H&S notice - the big logs are a two-man lift, make sure you understand how to handle them without hurting yourself.

We are always happy to welcome new volunteers to help in the churchyard and would appreciate any extra help at any time. Our regular gardening sessions take place throughout the autumn, winter and spring on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 10.30am to 1pm, coffee and biscuits are provided.
Please stack firewood by the upper West boundary wall (keep the Church wall clear) and take home as much as you can.
Please pile the remaining sawdust, twigs and branches at the NW corner of the Churchyard by the gate, keeping the paths clear. Please ask if you would like to take some for your Guy-Fawkes bonfire!
We have now stopped using the NE corner, please don't carry anything down there!.

Tip of the month - split your wood now when it's green.

Tony Copp 07976 969537 Churchyard Committee
Anne Freeman 01886 880498 Churchwarden

Monday 22nd October 2018 Stumps 3 are now nice and tidy... ...and stump 10 no longer exists.
Logs Logs Logs
Tuesday 16th October 2018 The firewood is going, going...
Logs Logs
Tower, before and after11 Oct 18
Tuesday 9th October 2018 9 Oct 18
Monday 1st October 2018 1 Oct 18
Friday 28 Sep 201828 Sep 18
Thursday 27 Sep 201827 Sep 18
Wednesday 26 Sep 201826 Sep 18
Tuesday 25 Sep 201825 Sep 18
Monday 24 Sep 201824 Sep 18
Churchyard plan10 October 2017
Progress report30 November 2017
The Great Snow10 December 2017
Tree works plan for 24 Sep 20187 February 2018, updated 12 Sep 2018
Urgent Work March 201812 March 2018
Working party17 March 2018
Mark Church envelopes 'trees'
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9 February 2018
Sumo suits Having a party? Why not hire the Cradley Village Sumo Wrestling Suits as used at the 2016 Cradley Village Fair? Two adult and two child suits available. £50.00 for the set, or £25.00 for 2 children’s  suits to outside organisations, and £30.00 / £15.00 to local residents. Contact Ian Bailey on 01886 884682 or Jan Dampney on 01886 880316. Sumo suits
  BT have completed installation of fibre broadband services for the RIDGEWAY CROSS exchange (01886 88xxxx). Check your line with the BT broadband checker. Test your line with the BT Wholesale Broadband Performance Test. Current services include up to 8Mb ADSL1, 24Mb ADSL2+, each via Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) (and then wire to your home). 80Mb FTTP may also be available to you.   Complete Utilities dug up the pavement at Stiffords Bridge in October 2018 to install fibre-optic cable for the next phase of the Fastershire ultrafast fibre broadband rollout. They will connect to the Cabinet across the road by the Red Lion sometime next year. Fibre to the premises (FTTP) is one of the world's most cutting edge types of fibre broadband with blistering speeds of up to 330Mbps and 1000Mbps. ISPs will include Gigaclear and PlusNet.

DiaryPost The THREE VILLAGES DIARY OF EVENTS is at CradleyDiary.com
See also Regular service times and for Mathon events see Mathon.org.uk. Organizers of events in the three villages are encouraged to include them in the DIARY on the back page of the NEWSLETTER by posting their dates in the letter box just to the left of The Butchery on Bosbury Road, or by eMail. Every effort is made to verify the authenticity of statements made but neither the webmaster, nor anyone providing information, can accept any responsibility for errors or inaccuracies. Neither do they guarantee or endorse any services or products advertised.

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