Have you seen that the word “post” has been painted on the road in several places in the village? An arrow from the word points to a spot where it seems the post is to be erected – though in the case of the one opposite the village hall the spot is on the dry stone wall. I am intrigued to know what might appear to need support from all these posts. Any ideas?
Alstonefield Parish Council would like to thank our Lengthmen for the great work undertaken throughout the year in maintaining our beautiful village.
Thank you also to all who assisted in replacing the posts around the village greens. Another job well done…
Would you like to spend a pleasant afternoon each week with like-minded people? Would you like to learn such diverse skills as Crewelwork, Calligraphy or Transfer Dye printing? (to name but a few!). Then come along and join Alstonefield Arts & Craft Group on Tuesday afternoons from 2.00 pm. to 4.30 pm. in the Village Hall. We welcome everyone from the Parish and immediate surrounding villages. For more information please contact Cathy on 310125 or Jani on 310366.
Please note that details of funeral services which take place at St. Peter’s Church, will appear on the main Church page under ‘Special Services’.
A gentleman has contacted the website to ask if anyone knows of any descendants of Thomas Stones & Elizabeth Wall (married in Alstonefield in 1790) and their son Daniel. If you can help, let me know. Thanks.