Westfield’s Christmas lights: were switched on last week, and the hard work of the residents involved has resulted in a magical welcome as you come through the village. Volunteers have been collecting donations for St. Michael’s Hospice each evening, so please give generously when you come to admire the decorations. Do not miss the lights in Geary Place and the bottom of Churchfield as well. The Christmas Tree Festival starts next week on December 17 in the church, with a Christmas Feast theme, and the money raised from this will be added to the Hospice collection.
Westfield School: has two vacancies for governors. To find out more or to express an interest in becoming a governor please contact the Co-Chairs of Governors via the school office on 01424 751404 or email email@example.com.
Westfield School: hopes you will call in to its Christmas Fayre today in the Community Hall from 3.15pm. There will be all sorts of Christmas goodies to buy, so come along and enjoy the festive atmosphere.
Westfield Youth Club: is running a Fun Quiz Night at The New Inn this Sunday, December 11, 7pm for 7.30pm start. Admission is £5 per person for teams of up to 6 people, including hot snacks. Bring some changes for the raffle. Teams must be booked in advance, please.
The Carols by Candlelight: service takes place at our sister church of St. Laurence, Guestling on Sunday, December 11 at 6pm. All ages welcome! Festive fare (mince pies, mulled wine) will be served after the service.
Can you play a wind: instrument? The WCA Carols round the tree takes place next Friday 16 December 16 at 7pm, and more musicians would be welcome. There will be one practice this Sunday. Ring 01424 753684 for more information.
Westfield Parish Lunch Club meets for Christmas Lunch in the Parish Hall next Friday December 16 at 12.45pm. Please book your place by ringing Doreen on 01424 751417.
The Westfield Village website: www.westfieldvillage.co.uk has all sorts of information about village organisations, events, news and views, Westfield Community Association and the Parish Council. Please use the website Contact page to email contributions for this column.
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