Another fabulous Christmas event for the MVP Lunch Club. The staff of BMW picked up 30 people, dressed In their finery, from their homes in their cars and took them down to Wokefield Park where the staff were waiting to greet them. With light music provided by the grandson of one of our lunch club regulars as a surprise, we all tucked into our turkey dinner.
If the applause was anything to go by, the audience of Farnham Maltings' production of Brilliance in St. John's Hall last Saturday (8th December) enjoyed every minute. The plot about thwarted love and equally thwarted ambitions to bring electricity to a remote village could have been trite and succumbed to caricature.
The first Christmas party of the year was held for the members of the MVP lunch club today,- 6th December. Our lunch guests were delighted to be entertained as they arrived by the lovely choir of Mortimer St John's School with a selection of Christmas carols. Thereafter followed our Christmas feast.
The governors of St. John and St. Mary's schools have announced the start of a consultation to include parents, staff, the local community, local authority and diocese regarding the possible federation of the two schools.
After a successful International Scout Camp in Norway in 2015, 1st Burghfield & Sulhamstead Scout Group set their sights on Denmark for summer 2018. A rather epic coach journey found 34 Scouts and Explorers plus 7 leaders at the International Camp known as Houens Odde Spejdercenter on Saturday 4th August. After a somewhat later arrival than anticipated, we set up camp in
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Eagerly awaited every year since its start in 2010, The MVP Scarecrow Trail is one of the MVP major events, scheduled during the school autumn half-term break.
With between 25 and 35 Scarecrows spread right across the whole of the village, the fame of this event has spread far and wide, with families visiting the village to “Walk the Trail” every year.