News Update - December 2017

The photos are of events over the last twelve months. The first two photos are of the Church room and toilets before the start of refurbishment and the third the completed Hub. Followed by Garden Club visit to Rosemoor in April. History walk of Launceston and Garden Club visit to Endsleigh House both in July. Church Flower festival in August and the opening of the Hub event in September. Finishing with the Web site flower demo in November and autumn colour photo taken close to Broadwood Bridge.


HUB NEWS
The monthly coffee morning at the Hub on the 25th November was again well supported and nice to see new faces coming each month!

The next monthly coffee morning will be on the 30th December from 10 to 12 noon

A reminder that if you would like further details on booking and cost of the Hub, please contact Dean or Tanya James on 01566 784609


WEB SITE NEWS
On the 30th November the Web Site hosted a flower demonstration at the Hub themed “Flowers for Christmas” We had a full house for the event and many thanks to Caroline Crabb who demonstrated five arrangements in 1 hour and 10 minutes! After tea and mince pies the raffle for the five arrangements took place and five very pleased ladies headed off with their arrangements. Thanks to all who attended, to Wendy for doing the arrangements in the windows and all who helped on the evening. The window arrangements will be staying for the Christmas period.


CHURCH NEWS
Thursday 21st December, St Nicholas Church is holding a Candlelight Carol Service at 7.30 pm. This will be followed by a glass of wine or tea/coffee and a mince pie at the Hub close by. Everyone very welcome.


Welcome to Broadwoodwidger

A large rural Parish in the beautiful rolling countryside of West Devon, with glorious views of Dartmoor and nearby Cornwall. Distinctive for its many hidden hamlets and farms that nestle tucked away throughout the parish. Alongside its many rivers, hills and valleys, one of which the River Wolf meanders gently, having been dammed in recent times to provide 750 acres of water stored for the large conurbations of Devon. Many outdoor activities surround the reservoir including wind surfing, boating and fishing whilst providing peaceful rural walks for the whole family to enjoy.

The A30 dual carriageway skirts one end of the parish, giving excellent road links to the South West region as a whole (albeit with a little noise)! The neighbouring parishes of Ashwater, St Giles on the Heath, and Lifton offer a range of services and points of interest for residents and visitors alike. Although the last 30 years has made a telling difference to this parish with the reservoir and the road, it has brought a vibrancy and new way of life for residents new and old in these challenging times. But above all it makes this parish a welcoming, friendly and memory-making destination.

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