Bob Smith finally arrived in Paris a day ahead of the Tour de France after an epic 4 day sponsored cycle ride from London to Paris in aid of Alzheimer's research. Riding around 100 miles a day, Bob battled rain, high winds, hunger and a very. sore backside to achieve his goal. If anyone would still like to support him with donations he would be very grateful
Posted: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 09:29 by Paul Taylor
Just a final reminder that this year's Extonbury Festival takes place on Saturday 15 July in the Fox & Hounds paddock. As ever we have ten amazing local bands all giving up their time and talents completely free of charge to help raise money for the Air Ambulance and other more local causes. Gates open at 11.30 a.m., the first band is on at 12.30 and the music continues throughout the day until... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 29 Jun 2017 19:03 by Paul Taylor
Ed Haeckels is organising a team of volunteers to pick up litter in and around the village on starting at 9.30 am Saturday 8th April on the Green. Litter picking equipment provided and a free pint in the Fox and Hounds when you have finished.
If you can help, let Ed know in advance on email@example.com just turn up.
Posted: Thu, 30 Mar 2017 19:48 by Paul Taylor
Phoebe Langston will be doing a skydive on 1st April to raise money for Parkinsons. Please click on the attachment and consider sponsoring her.
Posted: Sat, 25 Feb 2017 13:34 by Paul Taylor
A service to celebrate the county of Rutland will be held in Peterborough Cathedral on 26th February at 3.30 pm. See invitation opposite.
Posted: Tue, 21 Feb 2017 16:37 by Paul Taylor
As usual we will be setting up a Tree of Love and Remembrance in front of the war memorial. The lights will be switched on at the start of the school carol service at 6.00 pm on 2nd December. Everyone is invited to join us around the tree at this time.
Please support us by sponsoring a light in memory of someone you have loved and lost. This year donations will be going towards Villagers for Exton Church... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 24 Nov 2016 16:43 by Paul Taylor