Monthly Archives: July 2010

Tara Allen and the three peaks!!

Hello everyone,
I would like you all to know that myself and a few other parents from Ilam school plan to do a charity climb of the three highest peaks in Great Britain; Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell in England and Snowdon in Wales. We hope to be able to climb these mountains and travel between them all in the short time of 24 hours
We are putting ourselves through this ordeal to raise money for laptop computers for the children of Ilam School,(where several of the children from Alstonefield attend.)
Please help and support our future generations by sponsoring our attempt at this challenge.
Donations can be made by following the following link:

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you
p.s if you see me hobling around its the training blisters!!!

Fundraising ideas for Lead Appeal

We have had offers of a disco, an out-door film night, a Ceilidh, a gourmet evening…… If you could help with any of these ideas, as a village group or as individuals, please let a PCC member know. There are many other events planned on this forum. Please take time to read them and contribute.

Village Yard Sale – September

Same sunday as the first Car Boot in September we’re planning a yard sale in aid of the Lead Appeal. Clear out your lofts, garages and cellars. Get together with your neighbours to sell things in front of your houses. Let the PCC know. Brian Allen will publicise it with the Car Boot Sales.

Sunday 29th August

Weather permitting, Paul Binfield will be donning his best pinny to BBQ beefburgers and sausages (burnt ones for Muriel) There will also be cakes and tea. Proceeds in aid of the Lead Appeal.
Offers to help to Paul tel: 310146 email
Who can forget the smokin’ time we had in the churchyard in 2000!

Manifold Show Cake Stall

The PCC are having a cake stall at the Manifold Show in aid of the Lead Appeal. Bake your best cakes please. If you’re away, bake and freeze. Peter and Hilda have offered space in their freezer.
All offers of baking and/or help to Ann Colclough please.