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Issue 30 - Online Version

Here is a copy of how Issue 30 of the 'Friends of Buckshaw Village' community magazine is looking. If you'd like to receive a copy then please contact us and we will post one out to you.

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Friends Of Buckshaw Village Semi-Quavers Baby & Toddler Group Every Tuesday in term time 10.30am - 12.15pm Buckshaw Village Community Centre Music group with activities for babies and toddlers Cost: £2.00 Knit & Natter Every Wednesday 10.15am - 12pm The Grange, Buckshaw Village Knit, natter, play games or just socialise with the residents. Tesco Food Bank Collection First Wednesday of every month 10.30am - 12.15pm Buckshaw Village Tesco Please donate as much as you feel you can and help those less fortunate this Christmas Big O’s Toddler Group Every Thursday in term time 10.30am - Noon Buckshaw Village Community Centre Fun playgroup session for babies to pre-school ages Knit & Natter Every Friday 2pm onwards Euxton Library Come along for coffee, knitting and a chat BVC Youth & Men’s Football Every Friday - Back in March 8pm - 9pm Buckshaw Village Astroturf Pitches Buckshaw Village Church Every Sunday 10.30am - 12pm Buckshaw Village Community Centre All welcome for a wonderful morning spent with a diverse group of people praising the Lord. Shop for less - Cook for less Monday Friday 22nd 29th December January - Friday 5th Jan 1pm An illustrative - 3pm lecture by Lyndsey Barrow Euxton Library In this session, you will look at how to make your shopping budget go further. This will include looking at what foods and meals can feed you and your family for less. Coffee Morning Thursday Friday 22nd 1st December February - Friday 5th Jan 10.30am An illustrative - 11.30am lecture by Lyndsey Barrow Euxton Library Craft Group Wednesday Friday 22nd December 7th February - Friday 5th Jan 1.30pm An illustrative - 3pmlecture by Lyndsey Barrow Euxton Library *All opening times and contact details should be used as a guide only. If you wish to attend an event then please check directly with the organisers on the times and dates as we wouldn’t want you to miss out!*

Friends Of Buckshaw Village The History of ROF Chorley Friday 9th February Starts at 7.30pm Halls for All, St Ambrose, Moss Lane, Leyland The history of ROF Chorley by Steve Williams. Chinese New Year - Pages 36 & 37 Sunday Friday 16th 22nd 24th February December - Friday 5th Jan We’d like to wish a very Happy Chinese New Year or Gong hei fat choy to all our readers, from Friends of Buckshaw Village and Green Man Marketing Buckshaw Trinity Half Term Mon 12th to Mon 19th February Buckshaw Trinity closes for the half term break after school on Friday 9 th February, and reopens on Tuesday 20 th February. Winter Playday Wednesday 14th February 11.30am to 3pm The Lancastrian Suite, Chorley Town Hall A great free day of fun for all the family, including games, crafts, magic, shows and demonstrations. Euxtronomy - Euxton Astronomy Wednesday 14th February Friday 22nd December - Friday 5th Jan 10am - 12.30pm Euxton An illustrative Librarylecture by Lyndsey Barrow The theme for this fantastic event will be ‘Lovespace’ Children’s Crafts Wednesday 14th February 2.30om - 4pm Euxton Library Come along for an afternoon filled for fun crafts for the kids! Craft Group Wednesday Friday 22nd December 21st February - Friday 5th Jan 1.30pm An illustrative - 3.30pm lecture by Lyndsey Barrow Euxton Library Marie Curie - Fundraising Meeting Thursday Friday 22nd 22nd December February - Friday 5th Jan 7.15pm An illustrative lecture by Lyndsey Barrow Buckshaw Village Community Centre Come along to the Marie Curie fundraising meeting on Thursday 22nd February at 7.15pm at the Bobbin Mill, Buckshaw Village. All are welcome to join this small group. They will be raising funds in the local area for the Marie Curie nurses who offer care and support for the terminally ill. Buckshaw’s Monthly Indoor Market Sunday Friday 22nd 25th December February - Friday 5th Jan 1.45pm An illustrative - 5.30pm lecture by Lyndsey Barrow Buckshaw Village Community Centre Keep it local – come along and support local businesses from our area. There will be an array of great stalls including Cheeses, Cakes, Pies & Quiches, Chocolate, Coffee, Sweets, Cosmetics, Clothing, Books, Candles, Gifts and many more! These events are FREE to attend and open to all. If you have a community or charity event coming up which needs promoting, you can advertise it on our monthly calendar for FREE read by over 15,000 people each month! If you’re interested in this, please email us at: info@greenmanmarketing.co.uk

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