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Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0AP
Postcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJ
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Work on the Bridlepath at Ridgebarn – Postponed

This work has now been postponed until August.

 

May Day Madrigals

In what has now become a local tradition, the Witchert Chorale will be singing a selection of madrigals at the top of St. Mary’s Church, Long Crendon at 8.30 am and then at St. Nicholas’ Church at 9.30 am on May Day, Monday 1st May.

This will be followed by further singing inside the churches.  Admission is free and all are most welcome to come along.  Refreshments will be provided.

Lost Signet Ring

A man’s gold signet ring was lost in Cuddington on Sunday morning, 23rd April, at the main crossroads near The Crown pub.  A simple design with a square face plate, the ring has a sentimental value.

If found, please contact Keith on 290244.  Thank you.

Lost Wedding Ring

A silver-coloured wedding ring was lost on either Easter Saturday or Easter Sunday morning, perhaps on the playing field or maybe on the footpath down to Nether Winchendon.

If anyone finds it, please call us on 01844 290554.  Thank you.

Lynne and Andy Devey

 

Cuddington Vertebrate Watch 2017

On the second weekend in May for the past six years, people around Cuddington have spent an hour watching their gardens or a piece of ground around the village and recorded the birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles that they see.  I collect the results and compile them into a report which can be seen on the Cuddington web site or obtained from me, and which is sent to the British Trust for Ornithology.  The aims are:

  • To get a small insight into the wildlife in Cuddington and
  • To track any changes between years and over time.

This is interesting in itself, but could have a longer-term importance in understanding how wildlife is changing in our area.  This year it will take place on the weekend of May 13th-14th.

We currently have a panel of about 10 people, mostly in the lower part of the village (north of Aylesbury Road) and would really welcome some help from the Dadbrook side – please do send me an email if interested (doug@doug-kennedy.com).

I shall report on the results of this Vertebrate Watch on this page and in the July issue of the Voice.

 

The Bluebells are Here!!!!

On our walks over the past week in the Chilterns, we have seen:

  • carpets of bluebells
  • fields covered with dandelions and daisies in full flower
  • wood anemones, herb robert, stitchwort, celandines, campion,
  • lots of birds (seen and heard)
  • deer
  • spring lambs
  • beech trees coming onto leaf

Around the village, on the banks you can see primroses, cowslips, dandelions and many other flowers and spring lambs and we saw an egret down by the Thame!

So please do walk around the village or in the Chilterns and enjoy!

Alan and Stella

 

Fete Theme for 2017 announced!

This year the Fete will take place on the 8th July and will have a ‘Fairytale Theme’.  Dust off your glass slippers, beware the big bad wolf, keep your eyes peeled for Prince Charming and whatever you do don’t touch the large bowl of porridge!

If you’d like to help out you can contact the Fete’s fairy godmother at m0301291@doctors.net.uk (also goes by the name of Jo Goodson).

 

Anyone for Tennis?

The 2017 season is just about to start and Cuddington Tennis Club would love to hear from you!

We have two all-weather, all year round flood-lit courts up on the Playing Fields and plenty of times and opportunities to play – Wednesday morning play starts at 10am and Club Evening will always be on Thursdays. 

Anyone interested in playing please contact me, charles.sanderson7@gmail.com or the Secretary, Sarah Owen, sowendinton@gmail.com

Please click here for my letter to Members and here for this year‘s Subscription form.

Hope to see you!

Charles Sanderson

 

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