TALK ON SNOWSHILL MANOR

The Badsey Society have organised a talk by Robin Neill on 'Snowshill Manor'. Robin, who has been a volunteer at the cotswold stone National Trust property for many years will talk on the unique collection of over 22,000 items brought to the manor by Charles Wade. He will also give an insight into the life of a volunteer, encouraging others to play a part in the life of this historic property. The talk is on Friday 23rd January 2015 at 7.30pm at the Badsey Community Sports and Social Club in Brewers Lane, Badsey.

 PHOTO GALLERY

How would you like to put your photos on the Photo Gallery? What we require are 5 or 6 photos (landscape, min size 600 x 450 pixels), with a local theme (sporting, organisations, church, events, nature etc.) and will will display them below. Email your photos together with details to editor@badsey.org.uk

WINTER IN BADSEY
(Photos: Valerie Magan)

Where the running water flows, there the wild nasturtium grows.

Whoever spins the catkin, please? Adorn more of these wretched trees. 

A reservoir of trees and skies, and like a mirror never lies.

Whichever be the finest Swan? For each Swan needs the other one.

Along the brook the kings are down, the Withy trees have lost their crowns.

This stone was placed here with intent, the rushing stream to circumvent.

Aldington Noticeboard
Badsey Flower Show
Badsey Mothers Union
Badsey Society
Badsey WI


NEW TO THE VILLAGE? If there is anything you wish to know about the village, its organizations, services, people, history etc. then email: editor@badsey.org.uk

Badsey Film Club

Coming Soon: Saturday 7th February (8pm) 
Main Feature Film: 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed...

Venue: Back Room, Wheatsheaf Inn, Badsey

Mid-Month Movie - Sat 21st Feb - Stagecoach
For further details contact Clive Richards Tel No. 833825




 

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www.badsey.net

 

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  • Census returns from 1841 to 1901

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QUESTION: I had a ukulele for Christmas and would like to learn to play it. Is there anyone who gives lessons?

ANSWER: Yes, the Harvington Ukulele Group (HUG). They meet each Tuesday evening in the skittle alley of the Coach and Horses public house in Harvington near Evesham. They are about to start an 'absolute beginners' class, at 7pm. For those with a little more experience there is an hour long lesson at 7.30pm, both these courses are run by Roland Jones, a highly experienced ukulele player and teacher. On the social side, the players meet in the lounge of the pub at 8.30pm for a 'jam session'. For more details contact Mike Clements at mgclements@vodaphoneemail.co.uk or turn up on the night (p.s. the editor of this website is a member of HUG)

 

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