Preston on Wye village fete and classic car show, bottles wanted, Boxcercise/Tabata and tennis (From Hereford Times)
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Preston on Wye village fete and classic car show, bottles wanted, Boxcercise/Tabata and tennis
10:43am Thursday 21st June 2012 in Preston on Wye
VILLAGE FETE AND CLASSIC VEHICLE SHOW - July 7. Hereford Hospital Radio will again be in attendance along with all the usual stalls, games and catering. Cream teas, barbecue serving local Emma’s Pigs’ burgers and sausages. This is not an event to be missed.
Rosie and Monty goat plus friends will be there too. Rumours are circulating of an aerobatic fly past.
CLASSIC VEHICLE DISPLAY - Please bring any vehicle that you would like to put on display.
From push bikes to anything. Entry £3, which will go to Hereford Hospital Radio. Please contact Pip Parry to reserve a spot or for further details on 01981 500617 or 07973 870 559.
BOTTLES WANTED - Donations of bottles gratefully received for Preston on Wye fete bottle stall on July 7 at 3pm. We'll be around Preston on July 5 from 6pm onwards to collect bottle donations - please leave bottles by your front door on Thursday or drop off at 4 Cloverdale Drive (Caroline Hodgson's) with your name on. Many thanks for your generosity - all proceeds will go to upkeep of our village hall.
BOXERCISE/TABATA - Exercise classes at Preston on Wye village hall every Tuesday from 6-7pm - £3 per session. No need to book. Your first session is free. Bring a friend.
TENNIS - Wimbledon will soon be here, so it’s time to get your tennis racquets out.
Members are reminded that subs are now due. It’s only £15 for adults and £5 for under 16s and students. Please contact membership secretary Andrew Rawstorne if you’d like to join this year. Email contact francisrst@ hotmail.co.uk. Preston on Wye annual tennis tournament and barbecue will be on July 22 from 2pm at the courts. There will be a barbecue serving local Emma’s Pigs burgers and sausages, and a bar. Everyone most welcome. All ages