Phoebe Hutchings (20) available until 24th July to 8th September for babysitting.
Lives in Kingscote.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We’re pleased to say that the Summer Party is sold out and there are no more tickets available.
Village Hall Committee
Please note that the collections will be on 13 and 27 July NOT on 6 and 20 July. An unfortunate consequence of going on holiday !
Apologies from Harry Tubbs, Editor.
There was an error on the original email sent out regarding the summer party which was immediately amended but some people do not appear to have seen the amendment on the website.
The summer party is on FRIDAY 7TH JULY. Please let Pauline McTear know if you will be attending – important to know numbers in advance for catering purposes.
Info attached… look forward to seeing you there.
Kingscote Summer Party
Please find below the next edition of The Forerunner:
The Forerunner – July 2017
CHANGE TO NEXT MEETING
The next Parish Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday 5th July at 8pm at the Hunters Hall.
Agenda to follow shortly.
Clerk to Parish Council
Does anyone own either of these plates which have been lurking around the village hall for a few months? Contact Annabella if they belong to you…
You are all warmly invited to Kingscote’s Summer Party on:
Friday 7th July
7pm to 11pm at the Village Hall
- Hog Roast with Steel Band
- Salads. Strawberries and Cream
- Vegetarian option, but please mention that when booking.
- Under cover if wet.
- Tickets £8.00 per adult. £4.00 per child. Family Ticket £20.00.
- Pay Bar
This should be a great evening with the steel band kindly offering their services.
Before we order the hog roast, we need to ensure we have sufficient numbers.
Please order tickets in advance so we can cater accordingly: telephone Pauline 861311, or e-mail email@example.com
Kingscote Summer Party
Statistics show that Gloucestershire has a poor take-up of pre-school vaccinations, which are vital to protecting our more vulnerable children. We want to use every opportunity we can to promote vaccination to parents and remind them to check their child’s status at their GP surgery:
- Make sure your child has the right vaccinations before they start school, when they come into contact with more potential sources of infection
- Highly infectious diseases and potentially fatal diseases such as measles, mumps and diphtheria are still in circulation – if not vaccinated, your child is at risk
- Not vaccinating your child puts them at risk. Vaccination protects children for life from a range of highly infectious and potentially deadly diseases. Speak to your GP surgery to make sure your child is protected
- A child must receive a number of doses of some vaccines to be fully protected. It is important to complete the vaccinations at the right times or your child may be vulnerable
- The reason some diseases have become rarer is because of the success of vaccination programmes. They can still come back and spread rapidly if people are not vaccinated
- To help stop infectious diseases spreading, at least 90% of the local population need to be properly vaccinated
- Some vulnerable people – particularly sick children – cannot be vaccinated. They are put at risk if others around them have not been vaccinated as disease can be spread and they are less able to fight it
- The full vaccination schedule is available. If in doubt, speak to your GP to check your child has had the right vaccinations and is protected
- Vaccines are thoroughly tested for safety and are continually monitored after they are introduced.
Kids jabs poster
This is to advise you that there will be fireworks taking place at Matara on Saturday 24th June, firing for a short time from 10pm.
Holly Roberts – Matara