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12:00pm Thursday 3rd November 2011
FARMERS’ MARKET - Whyle House Lamb, in Pudleston, is among producers heading for the new farmers’ market on Saturday on the Worcestershire border. The new market is in the grounds of The Old Rectory at Cradley and continues on the first Saturday of each month between 10am and 2pm.
11:14am Thursday 12th May 2011
WORKSHOP - On May 7 several children braved the rain and took part in a drop-in workshop making fairy and pixie pegdolls at Blue-Ginger Gallery. Heather Bassett and Lynsey Locker helped the children create some fabulous pegdolls while parents were free to join in the activity or escape for a few minutes to the gallery next door.
12:00pm Thursday 14th October 2010
FOOTPATH - Herefordshire Council’s regulatory committee has agreed to divert footpath CD83 under section 119 of the Highways Act. The owner of The Mallings applied for the order to increase privacy at the property and has agreed to pay the costs associated with making the order. Cradley Parish Council and local Herefordshire Council members had no objection.
8:00am Thursday 23rd September 2010
8:10am Thursday 22nd July 2010
BLUE GINGER GALLERY - There will be an UpFront group exhibition running until Sunday. Designer knitwear by Worcester designer Alison Dupernex will be on display until August 1. There will be an exhibition and demonstrations in the summer house with Debbie Davies (beaded jewellery) until Sunday.
3:03pm Thursday 24th June 2010
VILLAGE FAIR - The fair will open at Cradley Church at 12.45pm on Saturday, continuing Sunday, and promises to be packed full of fun things to do. Come along for fun and family entertainment. The fair is in aid of Cradley Church and village hall.
1:59pm Thursday 10th June 2010
VILLAGE FAIR - The fair will take place over the weekend of June 26-27 at Cradley Church, opening on Saturday at 12.45pm and featuring Gilbert and Sullivan’s Ruddigore from scratch. Rehearsals for Ruddigore start at 1.30pm and the performance is at 7pm, followed by supper. The weekend will close with a sung evensong at 6pm on Sunday. If the last production from scratch (Pirates of Penzance in 2008) is anything to go by, this promises to be a spectacular evening. All you need is your voice in fine fettle combined with lots of enthusiasm. To sign up and sing, please ring Margaret Edgar on 01886 880529 by June 18. This promises to be a weekend packed full of fun and family entertainment with, of course, cream teas throughout. If you would like your organisation or business to be represented don’t miss this opportunity. Visit cradley.org.uk or ring Tony Copp on 07976 969537. To book a craft stall, ring Judi Creed-Newton on 01886 880534. The fair is in aid of Cradley Church and Village Hall.
8:00am Thursday 22nd April 2010
AFFORDABLE HOUSING - Herefordshire Council, in partnership with West Mercia Housing Group, is holding an information event at which officers will be present to answer questions about affordable housing and the housing needs survey, and to discuss land opportunities for affordable housing in Cradley. The event is on Tuesday, 4pm to 8pm, at Cradley Village Hall.
12:00pm Thursday 22nd October 2009
CAMPAIGN FOR DRAWING - This week, artists helped out at Blue-ginger Art Gallery and café in Cradley to put up an exhibition of Pets on a Postcard as part of the national campaign for drawing, the 10th Big Draw exhibition. More than 300 entries from local primary schools in Cradley, West Malvern and Martley kept the team busy, and many more original pieces of artwork in the ‘grown-ups’ section including contributions from local artists at Stanley House nursing home, the Cradley small business breakfast group and other professionals Valerie McLean, calligrapher Rachel Yallop, illustrator David Brindley and Marie Therese King of Eek Batik. All the drawings are currently on display at the gallery until Sunday, and are up for auction to raise money for Acorns Children’s Hospice. An evening for final bids will take place on Saturday. For more details visit blue-ginger.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01886 880140.
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