Preston Capes Educational Charity

Dear Residents of Preston Capes and Little Preston,

The charity is designed to help young people under the age of 25 resident in the parish of Preston Capes and Little Preston by providing financial assistance to support them in pursuing their education or training in a wide variety of ways.

The Trustees of the Preston Capes Educational Charity wish to invite applications before the start of the academic and job-training year commencing September 2021.

The deadline for this year’s applications is Wednesday 7th July 2021.

If you would like more information please contact me via Facebook messenger or send and email to educationalcharityprestoncapes@gmail.com

Beverley Bayne (Hon. Secretary to the Trustees)

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Parish Magazine of The Knightly parishes

Attached is a downloadable version of The Link. Distribution by hand is increasingly more difficult. We hope you enjoy this Easter edition.

http://www.prestoncapes.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Link_Apr_2020.full_.compressed.pdf

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Village Hall Events page

To help people keep in touch with family and friends during this difficult time we would like to offer the use of the village hall zoom subscription, free to anyone in the village. For more details contact Sylvia Delacoe 360945 or sylviadpcvh@gmail.com

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W.I. SPEAKERS 2020

Please find below a list of our speakers for 2020:

28th January: “Plant Names” – Rachel Bracher  //  25th February: “My Time in the Police Force” – Carol Fullerton (retired police officer)  //  24th March: “The Good Loaf” (a Northamptonshire-based artisan bakery and cafe providing employment opportunities for vulnerable women)  //  28th April: “Geology” – Mark Cowley  //  23rd June: “The Boudicca Revolt” – Juris Trede  //  28th July: “Weedon Barracks” – Christopher Salaman  //  22nd September: “Bee Originals” – Julie Smith (plus honey and candles to buy!)  //  24th November: “Life in a Submarine” – Tony Randall

Meetings take place at 7.30pm in the village hall, and non-WI members are welcome to attend up to three meetings per year. We charge an entrance of fee of £4.00, which includes tea/coffee and cake. Bookings can be made now or nearer the time (but please book at least a week ahead for any meeting) – contact our Secretary, Penny Eves, at PennyEves@aol.com or telephone 01327-361656.

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