GARGOYLES PLAY FOR TIME TO REMAIN UNBEATEN
Village events – what’s coming up
- Saturday 26 May – JON ALLEN 8pm
Returning for the third time to the Village Hall, this time as part of his UK tour to promote the new album, Blue Flame, released 18 May. PLEASE NOTE – THIS CONCERT IS NOW SOLD OUT.
- Saturday 16th June 7 for 7.30pm, St Peter’s Church
Churchyard Lichens, a story of Sanctuary, Resurrection and Hope – An entertaining illustrated talk by lichenologist Ivan Pedley. Part of the Ann Green Festival – more details here.
- Saturday 23 June – An evening with NATALIE DUNCAN 8pm
plus Box & Hounds wood-fired pizzas from 6.30pm
Soul and jazz influenced singer-songwriter and pianist who has been compared to the likes of Alicia Keys and Nina Simone.
Pizzas from 6pm (all welcome), concert £11 admission – more details on our Events page here. Buy tickets here.
“An incandescent star is born” Sunday Times
More details of future concerts can be found on our events page here. Please do book early as our concerts often sell out early (Jon Allen on 26 May and Amy Wadge on 20 October have both sold out already).
For other information about current activities including church services in Alstonefield and the surrounding parishes, you can find the ‘Village Newsletter‘ (a PDF file) on this link.
St. Peter’s Church
Christian Aid Week 13th -19th May – For details of May and June services, please click here
The Annual Report and Accounts are also available via the same link
GARGOYLES PASS STERNEST OF TESTS
To say this was an outstanding team effort does not do justice to the invaluable contributions made by each and every member of the team. Up against one of the strongest Ashbourne CC Sunday XIs, this was always going to be one of the more challenging matches of the season and it didn’t disappoint. To emerge victorious has to be one of the most satisfying results in Alstonefield CC’s short history, simply because it meant everyone was at the top of their game. If the Man of the Match award could be awarded to groups it would have gone to all six Gargoyle bowlers, who did not falter in applying wicket inducing pressure to the Ashbourne batsmen. In fact the award deservedly went to Harry Jones for his resolute and priceless 42 runs on an unpredictable, slow wicket, which, it turned out, was roughly the winning margin.
Staffordshire Farm Watch.
We’re all aware of the rise in rural crime, particularly within the farming sector.
Staffordshire Police are working with local communities in the Moorlands area to tackle these issues and have set up a Facebook page to keep everyone up to date.
Please visit and ‘like’ their page at: https://www.facebook.com/StaffsFarmWatch/
If you see or hear anything suspicious, please call the police non-emergency number: 101.
You can also sign up to receive communications from the police by downloading this form: