The Lavendon Show on 12th September 2015

Children's Entries for the 2014 Lavendon Show

Children’s Entries for the 2014 Lavendon Show

The Lavendon Show will be held on Saturday, 12th September 2015. That means if you haven’t already done so then it is still not too late to think about planting those seeds, vegetables and flowers to enter into the Show and stand a good chance of winning a prize or may be even a trophy. There are lots of different classes in the Show catering for all kinds of skills whether growing, painting, drawing or making things, ranging from cakes and jams through to Lego monsters or perhaps a great arrangement of flowers. There are plenty of entries available for adults and children alike – why not think about making a Scarecrow this year?!

For more information, show schedules and plenty of ideas click on the ‘Lavendon Show’ link or click here.

Lavendon Crafting News

The Lavendon Crafty Ladies are running a trip to the Summer Crafting event at Doncaster Racecourse on Sunday 12 July. This event includes papercrafting, sewing and quilting with exhibitors such as Pinflair, Anna Marie, Tattered Lace, Linen & Lace and many more to enable you to purchase your crafting needs under one roof whether you are a beginner or an experienced crafter. Well known guests will include Stephanie Weightman, Debbi Moore, Nancy Watt and many others. There will also be regular FREE Make & Take sessions hosted by the crafty celebrities.

We will pick up in Olney and Bozeat depending on demand at around 8.15am and Lavendon at 8.30am. Tickets can be obtained via Create and Craft website at £5 Adults, £4 concessions. Travel cost will be approx £10 per person.

You can check out further information on the event at www.summercrafting.co.uk

If you are interested in this trip (or the monthly meeting) please contact Kate Porter on 711446 or at email@kate-porter.co.uk as soon as possible.

Sharing Libraries in MK:

A review of libraries in Milton Keynes is looking at ways the Council can work with partners and the community to make significant savings, use library buildings better and create sustainable and vibrant libraries for the future.This may well have an impact upon our local library services. For more information click here for the relevant MK Council web page.