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1402 South Marston tower & tap february 2014 pdf

  1. 1. TOWER & TAP February 2014 SOUTH MARSTON’S COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER INSIDE… New Solar Farm contacts… Speed Watch Update… Neighbourhood Watch… Changes to Recycling Collections... Church Services… Wiltshire Police Meeting Dates… Parish Council Vacancies… Date for 2014 Village Fete announced towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk
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  3. 3. Dear Friends, The season of love is here, February 14th is fast approaching, and Valen ne cards have been in the shops since the New Year so there's no excuse! Demonstra ng our love for another person is important, choosing the right card with the right verse, wri ng the right things inside and remembering to deliver or post it in a mely way, all show the other person that you love them. Throw in a nice gi% and a meal at a posh restaurant and surely that's love isn't it? You've all seen the advert, 'a dog's life is not just for Christmas.' Well here's another one: 'love isn't just for Valen ne’s day.' The Bible tells us that: 'Love is pa ent, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.' How many of us experience this kind of love? The gimmicks are great and are o%en well received by those we love, but can we con nue to demonstrate love on the other 364 days of the year? Jesus came to show us how to love each other, but I don't remember any men on of Valen ne cards in the Bible, only real love, only the demonstra on of loving another person as you yourself want to be loved. Why don't you try this... Take the word love out of the Bible reading above and insert your own name before each statement, read it through slowly and see how it feels. Do you recognise yourself? Can any of us honestly say that's how we always behave around those we love? Maybe it's something to ponder on at this me of year or even a work in progress... Have a happy and loving February Rev Helen Baber towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 3
  4. 4. Church News Christmas Gi$s At Christmas there was an opportunity to give a gi% towards the church’s fabric fund. Thank you for your generosity; the appeal raised £315 some of which was ‘gi% aided’ and will eventually yield more from the taxman. On Christmas Eve we had such a good turn out for the Chris ngle service with standing room only - we were able to send £151 to the Children’s Society. Thank you for your support. Vicky Fleming Saturday Scene meets on 8th February in the Village 4Hall 4-5.15pm. An exciting church event for young families. Stories, songs, crafts, games and food. Contact Donald Page on 825693 ‘Cra$ Company’ We enjoyed a lovely meal together in January. It is so good to get together with others of like mind and share ideas, inspire and encourage each other and enjoy a naBer while doing our cra%s. Please come and join us on Wednesday 12th February 2–4pm at Dryden House. More details from Mary Cooper Mobile Library - Routes & Times Arrives Departs Place Area 12.55 13.05 South Marston Bungalows Right side of road near bus stop 13.10 13.20 South Marston Carriers Arms Outside Carriers Arms Public House The mobile library has full access for disabled people. Dates: 4 7th & 21st February, 7th & 21st March, 4th April 2014 http://southmarston.org.uk
  5. 5. The Meeting Point Coffee morning with table top sales (Please book your table by 7th Feb: £2.50 for people who live in the village, £5 for those outside and free to village organisations ) 8th February from 10 –12.30pm In the Village Hall Refreshments provided by South Marston Church Those who come o%en remark about the enjoyment of siCng down with a neighbour they haven’t seen for a while with a cake in one hand and a coffee in the other. We look forward to seeing you New Air Ambulance for Wiltshire Wiltshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust (WAACT) has signed a 10-year contract in Swindon with Heli Charter Ltd for a new helicopter, which will come into service at the end of the year when the lease on the current 12 year old aircra% expires. The charity’s Trustees selected a Bell 429, which is the world’s newest and most advanced light twin-engine helicopter in service, equipped with the latest in-flight technology. Prior to delivery, the aircra% will be fiBed out with the most recent Aerolite equipment to meet the highest helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) specifica on. The Wiltshire helicopter will be the first Bell 429 to operate as an air ambulance in the UK. It has a top speed of 150 knots and a range of 400 miles making rapid response to any incident within the county achievable within minutes. For more informa on about Wiltshire Air Ambulance, go to www.wiltshireairambulance.co.uk towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 5
  6. 6. Church Services for South Marston 2nd February 11.00am South Marston Family Service 9th February 9.30am South Marston Holy Communion 16th February 10.00am St Margaret’s Team Service 23rd February 8.00am South Marston Holy Communion BCP 2nd March 11.00am South Marston Family Service 9th March 9.30am South Marston Holy Communion 16th March 10.00am South Marston Team Service 23rd March 8.00am South Marston Holy Communion 30th March 9.30am South Marston Morning Worship South Marston Church is part of the StraBon Team Ministry. The office is located at St. Margaret’s Centre, Kenwin Close, StraBon St. Margaret. It is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8.30am to 12 noon. Email: stmargaretsoffice@ scali.co.uk or Tel: 826505 If you would like to talk to a priest or book a Christening or Wedding please contact Rev Vicky Fleming on 827021 between 6 and 7pm any evening except Fridays or Sundays Members of the team: Priest in Charge 827021 Asst. Priest Curate Lay Minister 6 Rev. Vicky Fleming Rev. George Fleming 827021 Rev. Helen Baber 821412 (The Vicarage, South Marston) Mr Dan Read 763016 http://southmarston.org.uk
  7. 7. South Marston Summer Fete Even though it’s cold and wet, summer isn’t that far away! Last year’s Fete was a huge success and if we are going to do even beBer this year we need to start planning now! This year’s Fete will take place on Saturday, 19th July. If you have any ideas for stalls, ac vi es or ar sts - or if you would simply like to volunteer to help in either the planning or on the day, please contact: Rachel Case on 01793 832719 or email me at smra@sky.com Swindon Supermarine Fixtures February 2014 • • • • • • • • Saturday 1st - Shortwood United, 3.00pm (A) Wednesday 5th - Guildford City, 7.45pm (H) Saturday 8th - Evesham United, 3.00pm (H) Monday 10th - Clevedon Town, 7.30pm (A) Saturday 15th - Tiverton Town, 3.00pm (A) Wednesday 19th - Shortwood United, 7.45pm (H) Saturday 22nd - Yate Town, 3.00pm (A) Tuesday 25th - Wimborne Town, 7.45pm (A) The Webbs Wood Stadium, Supermarine Road, South Marston, Swindon, SN3 4SY W: swindonsupermarinefc.com E: supermarinefc@aol.com T: 01793 828778 towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 7
  8. 8. Wiltshire Police Focus on Garden Crime Over the past few weeks there have been a number of reported the%s from gardens in villages around Highworth. On 28th November and 12th December, saddle stones were taken from Sevenhampton. On 18th December a post-box (which is a 4% high metal plinth with a concrete dove cot on top) was taken from Inglesham. Please be aware of suspicious vehicles or persons taking a interest in garden ornaments or furniture. If you have any informa on regarding the the%s, please contact PC 1945 Jackson on 101 or call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111. General garden security advice includes: * When plan ng, put heavy stone in the boBom of pots or planters to make them more difficult to be moved. * If possible, anchor valuable garden ornaments or furniture to the ground and keep a photographic record to help officers to trace items back to their owner. * Security mark items in your shed and any valuable items that might be in your garden. * Make sure your shed is secure, that there are no panels which could be easily damaged and fit good quality locks and an alarm. * Consider securing items such as ladders, bikes or large power tools in your shed by chaining them to a strong anchor point. * Put all your tools and any children's bikes or outdoor toys securely away once they are finished with. ∗ Plan ng bushes with prickly leaves or thorns close to any entry points could deter a poten al thief. A gravel pathway or driveway can also act as a good deterrent. ∗ Consider installing outdoor mo on-sensor security lights. ∗ If you are away on holiday, ask your neighbours or a friend to keep an eye on your home and garden. 8 http://southmarston.org.uk
  9. 9. Discover on of Swindon’s best kept secrets.. Hidden away in Cheney Manor Industrial Estate is one of Swindon’s best kept secrets. Behind beau ful wrought iron gates lies an oasis of peace and tranquillity with a real sense of purpose. RF TWIGS (Therapeu c Work In Gardening in Swindon) gives people with mental health problems an opportunity to regain confidence and self-esteem and to learn new skills. We help to make recovery a reality. Come and visit - have a wander in the themed gardens, pick up ideas, sit and enjoy the peace, and buy a plant to take home. Then why not treat yourself to a home-cooked lunch or piece of delicious cake at The Olive Tree Café next door in Manor Garden Centre. The café provides further opportuni es to learn new skills and build confidence, and has already made a huge difference to the lives of many people who come to RF TWIGS. You can find out more at: www.friendso$wigs.org.uk Twigs Community Gardens are open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10.00am and 3.30pm. Entrance is £2. Our Summer Open Day is on Sunday, 23 June, 11.00am – 4.00pm, when there will also be cra%s on sale, live music, and teas. The Olive Tree Café is open 10.00am – 3.00pm Monday to Saturday and 11.00am – 3.00pm on Sundays towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 9
  10. 10. The Simple Approach... Some mes the simple approach to a problem can achieve the desired result. This has proven to be the case when the village school wanted to improve safety for the children at drop off and pick up mes. Both the car park and the footpath in front of the school were key problem areas One of the school Governors, a Parish Councillor and the Head Teacher worked together to get things moving. The car park was marked out for two disabled parking spaces and a safe walking zone for all pedestrians. This was achieved by u lising the company contracted to mark out sports areas in the school playground to also undertake the work in the car park. Funding for this was a shared cost between the school and the Parish Council. The footpath in front of the school has long been a safety risk to all pedestrians and together with constant flooding, has made life unpleasant for all using it. With the support from the Borough drainage team, the underground pipes were cleared of tree roots, solving most of the flooding problems. The contractors laying the high voltage cable through the village were “persuaded” to fund the removal of the old footpath surface and to lay a new tarmac surface. The school worked with the parents, so that these works could take place during the morning drop-off me. Next on the safety list is the crea on of a school safety zone along Old Vicarage Lane. It is hoped that this can form part of the overall village 20 mph zone to help control “rat running” through the village. Further village ini a ves will include improvements to footpath 17 (which runs through the solar farm on the Highworth Road to Nigh ngale Lane) as well as work on the drainage ditches from Highworth Road to Nigh ngale Lane. If YOU would like to become involved in any works or planning connected to improving the village environment, please contact the Parish Clerk, Amanda Burchell on 07804 225571 or email on clerksmpc@southmarston.org.uk. 10 http://southmarston.org.uk
  11. 11. The F & E Harris Memorial Trust New Community Transport Scheme The Trust will be funding a community door-to-door transport scheme. It is designed to help people aged 55 and over who live in South Marston to get out and about and who do not have their own transport. The scheme started opera on on the 1st January 2014. It will be free of charge to users. The scheme will be run by the Royal Voluntary Service Transport (RVST) based in Liden on behalf of the Trust. Those who require the use of the scheme will need to register their details with RVST before booking a service requirement. Drivers opera ng with RVST are volunteers and will stay with the client, help if required, or be available during total journey me. The contact telephone number to register personal details for the scheme is 01793 465552. The scheme will typically cover transport needs for trips such as aBending health appointments, shopping trips and visits to family and friends. A more comprehensive lis ng of acceptable uses and condi ons produced by the Trust is available when registering with RVST. The Trust is looking for volunteer drivers to work with the volunteer drivers employed by RVST. Training, opera ng method and contract details will be supplied by RVST. Contact: Brian McGlone (01793 826243) if you are interested in volunteering or contact RVST directly. South Marston CofE Primary School Disabled Parking Spaces Unfortunately, there have been some instances where able-bodied people have parked in the new disabled parking spaces at the school. It would be greatly appreciated if these spaces could be kept free for families at the school and in the community who need them. There have been occasions when disabled members of the school community have been unable to park due to unauthorised use of these bays. towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 11
  12. 12. South Marston Parish Council Update January 2014 Detailed below are some of the ac vi es in which the Parish Council par cipated during the month. For more details, please visit www.southmarston.org.uk and click on the ‘Parish Council’ area or contact the Parish Clerk on 07804 225571 or email her at clerksmpc@southmarston.org.uk Solar farm at Sevor Farm, Nigh<ngale Lane - see no<ce opposite Ideas for commemora<ng the WW1 Centenary in South Marston Nomina<ons for the Pride of Swindon Awards Response to the Consulta<on on the Local Flood Risk Strategy 20mph Speed Zone for South Marston village Update on the latest development issues • • • • • • Next Meeting - 18th February 2014 Members of the public are welcome to aBend Parish Council mee ngs which are held at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. There is an “Open 10 Minutes” sec on at the start of the mee ng where you are invited to ask ques ons or discuss an agenda item. It would be helpful if you could inform the Chairman at the start of the mee ng of any items that you wish to raise or discuss. All agendas are published on the village website and on the village no ce boards, prior to the mee ngs. Parish Councillor Vacancies South Marston Parish Council currently has two vacancies If you would like to know more about becoming a Parish Councillor and would be interested in joining the team, please contact the Parish Clerk via email: clerksmpc@southmarston.org.uk or call 07804 225571for more information 12 http://southmarston.org.uk
  13. 13. New Contacts for Sevor Farm Solar Eneco, the new owners and operators of the 10MW Sevor Farm Solar project has recently launched a new website that will provide updates to the community on the construc on schedule and project. This can be found at: www.sevorfarmsolar.co.uk It is an cipated that deliveries to the site will take place, weather permiCng, un l mid-February 2014 with construc on ac vity taking place on site un l the end of March. While every care has been taken to keep disrup on to a minimum, Eneco would like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Should members of the community need to get in touch with Eneco, they are invited to contact: Zoisa Walton on 07803 874 822 sevorfarm@eneco.com or specifically on construc on ac vity Tom Baert on 00 32 471 30 36 86 or Luc Koefman on 00 33 6 26 31 07 48 Fortnightly Recycle Box Collections Your weekly recycling collec ons will become fortnightly from Monday, 3rd February 2014 onwards. This means your household waste wheelie bin, recycling box and plas cs (in clear bags) will all be collected fortnightly on the same day. Blue bag households are also moving to fortnightly recycling collec ons, although the collec on days will remain unchanged. This will not affect blue bag households rubbish/waste collec ons, which will con nue to be weekly. towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 13
  14. 14. February 2014 Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun 1 7 8 9 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall Youth Club (8-11) 18:30-20:00 Village Hall Meeting Point 10:00-12:30 Village Hall Saturday Scene Village Hall 4pm - 5.15pm 11 12 14 15 16 Friendly Club 14:00-16:00 Village Hall 3 2 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall Craft Company Dryden House 2.00pm 22 23 4 Youth Club (12-18) 18:30-20:30 Village Hall 10 5 6 13 Wheelie Bins Mixed Plastics Green Waste Recycling Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall 17 18 19 20 Youth Club (12-18) 18:30-20:30 Village Hall Parish Council Meeting 19:30 Village Hall Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall Youth Club (8-11) 18:30-20:00 Village Hall 24 25 26 28 27 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall 14 21 Wheelie Bins Mixed Plastics Green Waste Recycling http://southmarston.org.uk
  15. 15. March 2014 Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun 1 3 4 Youth Club (12-18) 18:30-20:30 Village Hall 5 6 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall 2 7 8 9 Youth Club (8-11) 18:30-20:00 Village Hall Meeting Point 10:00-12:30 Village Hall Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall 10 11 12 Saturday Scene Village Hall 4pm - 5.15pm 13 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall 14 15 16 22 23 29 30 Wheelie Bins Mixed Plastics Green Waste Recycling Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall 17 18 19 20 Youth Club (12-18) 18:30-20:30 Village Hall Parish Council Meeting 19:30 Village Hall Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall 21 Youth Club (8-11) 18:30-20:00 Village Hall Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall 24 25 26 27 Tots ‘n’ Toddlers Quiz Night at 9:00-11:00 Carriers Arms Village Hall 28 Wheelie Bins Mixed Plastics Green Waste Recycling Forrest Yoga 7-8.30pm Village Hall towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 15
  16. 16. The Friendly Club R_]_nt Ev_nts Tuesday 14th January 2014 – In the Village Hall at 2.00pm: Musical entertainment was provided by Kieran Pocock on his keyboard. Futur_ Ev_nts Tuesday 11th February 2014 - In the Village Hall at 2.00pm: A talk on ‘The history of the telephone’ will be given by Lew Lawton. 16 http://southmarston.org.uk
  17. 17. The Highworth United Charities RELIEF OF NEED FUND Supporting South Marston residents The Relief of Need Fund currently has a limited amount of money available to assist residents who are in genuine need. Applica on forms are available from Highworth Council Offices or the Lions’ Shop in Newburgh Place. Please note that documentary proof of need will be required before applica ons can be considered. EDUCATIONAL FUND Supporting Young People living in South Marston The Trustees currently have a limited amount of money available to assist with the educa on or training of young people who can demonstrate financial need. Applica on forms are available from Highworth Council Offices or the Lions’ Charity Shop in Newburgh Place, Highworth. Early application is advised. SMRA South Marston Recreation Association Christmas Tree outside the village hall A BIG thank you to Dale for the donation of the Christmas tree, and also to Adam, Ben, Dave, Ray and Steve for erecting, lighting and decorating it! 100 CLUB WINNERS December £10 £10 £10 £10 January Mar n Taylor Peter Withers Sylvia Brown Mandy Larcombe £100 Rita Smith (91) (41) (21) (57) £10 £10 £10 £10 Bernice Proctor Sally Marsden Liz Sansum Audrey Lewis (78) (99) (68) ( 8) (24) towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 17
  18. 18. What’s happening at South Marston Hotel & Spa…. February is the season of love and to celebrate this special month we will be hos ng a Valen<ne Dinner Dance on Friday 14th February as well as roman c dinner for two in our Mercure Restaurant which will be available on Friday14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th February. Pop in to the hotel to get more informa on or call 01793 833700 press op on 2. We have now opened the swimming pool up for children all day on Sunday so if you want to bring the children down on Sunday for a swim there are now no me restric ons. Even if you are not a member you can pay the day guest fee and enjoy the pool all day, and why not try our Sunday Carvery a%erwards served ll 4pm every Sunday. Booking is now definitely advisable as it is going from strength to strength serving great Sunday Lunch Fayre. Call 01793 833700 press op on 4. Senior Ci<zens Lunch is s ll available on Thursday’s from 12 noon -2pm and a new menu has been launched so come along and try at only £4.95 per person for a two course lunch. To reserve your table call 0173 833700 press op on 4. Date for the Diary…Mother’s Day is fast approaching and last year we were fully booked about 3 weeks before the special day. Don’t miss out on celebra ng Mother’s Day in style, we will have a photographer on hand to take a picture of your mum and family and this will be presented to them at the end of the lunch as a present from the hotel. To find out more about this special event please call Kellie on 01793 833700 press op on 2 to make your reserva on and enquire further. The Mercure South Marston Hotel and Spa, Old Vicarage Lane, South Marston, SN3 4SH www.southmarstonhotel.com 18 http://southmarston.org.uk
  19. 19. Swindon Allotments & Leisure Garden Association Back in 1962 a group of gardeners and allotment holders in Swindon got together to form a club, with the inten on of selling a few seeds and bulbs amongst themselves. The club quickly grew to 60 members and it used to take five days to put together seed orders. Membership peaked at around 800 in the late 1990's but these days the number is closer to 350. The Associa on is always on the lookout for new members and is run by a commiBee which meets once a month at the All Saints Church Hall in Southbrook Street, Swindon. Regular open members mee ngs are held on the third Thursday of each month at Gorse Hill Community Centre. SALGA has its own shop, located at the Pickards Field site in the Pinehurst area of Swindon. It is run by the volunteers and is open on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays between the hours of 10am and 12 noon. SALGA also holds an annual local schools garden compe on to encourage younger people into growing for pleasure and runs regular ou ngs and holidays for members. For further informa<on go to: www.salga.org.uk John Aldridge (Chairman) on 01793 520646 Sylvia Gardener (Social Secretary) on 01793 523584 John Edgerton (Membership Secretary) on 01793 642965 or 07786 236350 towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 19
  20. 20. Spinal Injuries Association “Hold a Fish and Chip Supper to help spinal cord injured people rebuild lives a%er injury” Great Bri<sh Fish and Chip Supper – Friday 16th May 2014 Want to eat Fish and Chips, while raising money for charity? Hold a fish and chip supper on Friday 16th May 2014 whilst raising awareness of spinal cord injury and suppor ng SIA’s vital services. You can hold a fish and chip supper in your own home, at work or hold a larger supper at your local community centre. SIA will provide a fundraising pack containing hints and ps, recipes, invita ons and dona on envelopes. By invi ng 8 friends and asking them to donate an addi onal £5.00 means you will raise at least £40.00 from your supper but we will also give you addi onal fundraising ideas to raise even more money for SIA. In 2014 SIA is celebra ng its 40th anniversary and so we want to make the baBer maBer and raise £25,000 from everyone holding suppers. Last year we raised £12,500 from the suppers. The money raised from the suppers will help the Spinal Injuries Associa on offer support to individuals who become paralysed and their families, from the moment a spinal injury occurs, and for the rest of their lives by providing services and publica ons which enable and encourage paralysed people to rebuild lives a%er spinal cord injury. Every year in the UK over 1,000 people experience a spinal cord injury and there are an es mated 40,000 spinal cord injured people in the UK alone. Community Fundraising Manager, Elizabeth Wright, says, “The Fish and Chip Supper is a wonderful opportunity for a great evening with friends and family. We are also encouraging people who work to hold a Fish and Chip Lunch in their work places to raise even more funds. You may be even a local community group wan ng to run a fun evening with your group. For more informa<on or request a fundraising pack call Elizabeth Wright on 0845 071 4350 or email fundraising@siafishandchips.co.uk or visit www.siafishandchips.co.uk 20 http://southmarston.org.uk
  21. 21. Community Speed Watch Scheme VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO OPERATE THE SPEEDGUN SPEEDWATCH UNIFORM PROVIDED The Community Speed Watch (CSW) scheme, run by the Swindon Borough Council in conjunc on with the Police, gives local people the chance to be ac vely involved in making South Marston’s roads safer for everyone in the village. With the expansion of the village, many more cars are expected to use the village roads and, if the 20mph zone is introduced, the CSW Team will be there to help ensure that it is observed. If you can spare just an hour or two a month at a me to suit you (maybe before or a%er work) then please contact the village co-ordinator: Tony Leathart on 01793 827744 or 07765703228 or tony.leathart@b<nternet.com towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 21
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  23. 23. SOUTH MARSTON VILLAGE HALL HIRE CHARGES All enquiries and to make a booking please contact Rachel Case http://southmarston.org.uk/village-hall-bookings/ or email: smra@sky.com tel: 01793 832719 / 07545 923021 Refundable deposit also applies for all one off bookings Please see website for further details. Terms and Conditions apply. REGULAR HIRE COST Local Village Organisation £5.00 per hour Non-Local Organisation £8.00 per hour Parish Council £8.50 per hour ONE-OFF BOOKINGS e.g. Childrens Party, Family Party, Christenings etc Morning Session Afternoon Session Evening Session 08:30 – 13:30 13:30 – 18:30 18:30 – 23:30 COST Village Resident £20.00 £25.00 £30.00 Non-Resident £25.00 £30.00 £35.00 Send your contribu ons for our next issue to towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk by Friday, 21st February 2014 towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 23
  24. 24. HOME TUTORING Fully qualified primary teacher offering home tutoring at competitive prices Maths from KS1 to GCSE (£25 - £30 / hour) Literacy KS1 and KS2 (£25 / hour) Full CRB certificate Kirsty Feline BSc (Mathematics) PGCE Tel: 07855 099086 kirstyfeline@hotmail.com 24 http://southmarston.org.uk
  25. 25. Tower & Tap Advertising Rates 2014 The South Marston Tower & Tap is a popular publica on, published monthly with a double issue in Dec/Jan and Jul/Aug. It is distributed by hand to 375 homes in South Marston with a poten al readership in excess of 700. It is also published on our website increasing its reach beyond householders. Please send all advertisements to towerandtapadvertising@southmarston.org.uk By the 12th of the month before the publication you require Black and White Colour (for back page or inside cover) For a one off ad: £27.50 full page £16.50 half page £8.80 quarter page. For a one off ad £35.00 full page £20.00 half page £10.00 quarter page For one year (10 issues) £82.50 full page £49.50 half page £27.50 quarter page For one year (10 Issues) £100.00 full page £65.00 half page £35.00 quarter page All prices exclude VAT (where applicable) and are valid for 30 days from issue of this schedule Invoices will be issued electronically and are payable prior to publication Note: the dimensions above are based on B5 size pages. (164mmx 235mm) Your advertisement should be sent to towerandtapadvertising@southmarston.org.uk in an electronic format ie .jpeg or .png or .pdf Please send any logos or picture files in a separate file. Failure to send your files by 12th of the Month will delay publication towerandtap@southmarston.org.uk 25
  26. 26. Useful Contacts Parish Council Chair Stuart Young T 828775 Parish Council Vice Chair Sylvia Brown T 823535 Clerk to the Parish Council Amanda Burchell T 07804 225571 SMRA Chair Angie Newton T 832034 SMRA Secretary Julie Hatherall T 07857 310624 Village Hall Bookings Rachel Case T 832719 Football Field Bookings Chris Maull T 824505 Tots & Toddlers Ryan Turner T 07568 065924 Youth Club Julie & Steve T 07923 441296 Gardening Club Mike New T 827807 Friendly Club Brian McGlone T 826243 Spitfires Football Club Bev Maull T 824505 South Marston School Luke Madison T 823379 Pre–School Pre-School Staff T 07847 590601 Saplings Children’s Centre (All Sorts) T 829996 Ward Councillors Russell Holland T 07999 566623 John Haines T 07901 534640 Colin Lovell T 321634 Member of Parliament Justin Tomlinson T 522123 Priest in Charge Vicky Fleming T 827021 Church Wardens Richard Sansum T 831473 Tina Hiscocks T 832884 Website Donald Jones T 823035 Tower and Tap Amanda Burchell T 07804 225571 26 http://southmarston.org.uk
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