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Church Services
1st Dec. Advent Sunday. 10.00. Group Holy Communion at West Winch.
10th Dec. 10.30. Cafe church in the Village Hall.
3.00. Carols by Candlelight at West Bilney.
17th Dec. 11.15. Holy Communion at the church.
Friday, 22nd Dec. 3.00. Christingle.
24th Dec. 11.15. Holy Communion with carols.
Christmas Day. 10.00. Group Holy Communion at West Winch.
31st Dec. 10.00. Group Holy Communion at North Runcton.
7th Jan. 10.00. Group Holy Communion at West Winch.
14th Jan. 10.30. Cafe Church in the Village Hall.
21st Jan. 11.15. Holy Communion.
28th Jan. 10.30. Morning Prayer.









THE NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON

MONDAY 27 NOVEMBER 2017  AT EAST WINCH VILLAGE HALL

 

COMMENCING AT 7.30PM

 

 

 

AGENDA

1     Attendance and welcome

 

2     Apologies for absence

 

3     Planning applications

       17/01955/PACU3 – Change of use and conversion of barn to residential building

                                    Game Farm, Main Road, West Bilney

 

4     Urgent A O B items  

       There will be some payments to approve.      

      

5    Date of next meeting  Monday 8 January 2018 at the Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm.













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