Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
The Powburn Show AGM 2022 has now been arranged as follows:
Tuesday 1 February 2022
WARNING: Unless you are 100% confident that you know what you are doing, NEVER EAT mushrooms – many are poisonous or, if not poisonous, can cause severe upset stomachs, etc. Look but don’t eat!
You’ve probably played it before. It’s often along the lines of ’20 Questions’, in which someone thinks of an item, an object, a person, and so on. Others then have 20 attempts to ask questions in order to determine the chosen thing – but they can only ask questions that can be answered with either ‘yes’ or ‘no’. To narrow it down, early on someone will typically ask one of the three major category questions: ‘Is it an animal?’, ‘Is it a vegetable?’, ‘Is it a mineral?’ This seems to cover all the bases with regard to how we conceive of the world/universe – everything’s either an animal, a vegetable (presumably meaning a plant) or a mineral. This is fine for a parlour game but is everything actually an animal, a mineral or a plant?
The February 2022 Quarterly Meeting of Hedgeley Parish Council is to be held on:
Wednesday 2 February 2022
THE LAST POWBURN SHOW took place in 2019. Since then, the global coronavirus pandemic has prevented it taking place. Its organisation is overseen by a dedicated committee of volunteers who were looking to 2022 as the first opportunity since the start of the pandemic to have the Show up and running again and, once more, serving the local community. However…
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To everyone in the Breamish Valley and to all our friends and family…
A very HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Firing a machine gun attack of hits from decades of pop, rock, new wave, Soul including classics from The Jam, Stereophonics, Killers, Oasis
Saturday 18 December 2021
[Images provided by Zoë Ryan (Headteacher/SENDCo) and used with permission.]
Following our call for help to plant bulbs in the Powburn Play Area, several children from Branton Community Primary School and Breamish Valley Nursery came along on 9 November 2021 to plant snowdrops and bluebells. They were accompanied by staff and parents from the school and nursery. In addition, a number of local residents came along as well – armed with trowels and smiling faces.