September 2017 - Bozeat

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Marilyn, Simon & team welcome you to The Red Lion The Red Lion has had a fantastic refurbishment and our brand new team are looking forward to serving you with our new range of drinks and substantial great new menu of pub classics. We have everything covered. Enjoy relaxing in our bar, trying our new cask ales whilst watching the live sports events. Alternatively enjoy fresh air in our new outside drinking area with a refreshing bottle of Prosecco. Our new menu will certainly not disappoint and our various food offers will ensure you come back throughout the week. The little ones are catered for with a children’s menu to keep them full and free crayons to colour in pictures, will keep them entertained.

September 2017

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Opening Times Sunday - Thursday : 12pm - 11pm Friday - Saturday : 12pm - 12pm

Food Serving Times Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 3pm : 6pm - 9pm Sunday: 12pm - 4pm

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HANDY REMINDER OF OPENING TIMES: BOZEAT NISA LOCAL, 551932 Monday - Saturday Sunday Post Office Monday and Tuesday

7 am - 9 pm 8 am - 6 pm 9 am - 1 pm

RED LION, BOZEAT, 667620 Opening hours Sunday - Thursday Friday - Saturday Food service Monday - Saturday Sunday

12 pm - 11 pm 12 pm - 12 midnight 12 - 3 pm & 6 - 9 pm 12 - 4 pm

WOLLASTON LIBRARY, 0300125100 Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri Wednesday & Saturday Sunday

2 - 6 pm 10 am - 2 pm 11 am - 2 pm

Wollaston Surgery, 163 London Road, Tel: 01933 664214 Dr. Rajesh Kumar, Dr. Fatima Shamim and Dr. Sheriline Forester-Kassie. Open: Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm

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Brookside Medical Centre, Bozeat, Tel: 01933 663243 Open: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Monday to Friday. and 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Other Days and times are covered by Wollaston London Road Surgery. Services, including your Patient Participation Group (PPG) are also available on-line at: www.wollastonbozeatsurgery.co.uk For Patients questions and requests, we will hold a PPG ‘Open Time’ at Wollaston Surgery on Wednesday 6th September at 6:30 to 8:00 pm and at Bozeat Surgery on Saturday 23rd September at 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. Free Tea/Coffee and a Scone with Cream and Strawberry Jam as usual. IMPORTANT: DO NOT PUT PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS IN THE PPG COMMENTS BOX YOUR PRESCRIPTION WILL NOT BE SEEN.

INFORMATION LEAFLET - www.bozeat.info Our handy Information Leaflet is updated regularly and can be viewed on the website. It also contains a map. If you would like a printed copy please let us know.

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EDITORIAL

The Bozeat Village Show will be taking place after we send the magazine to print so we hope everyone who participated or attended had a lovely afternoon. The results will be available online - www.bozeat.info/BozeatShow and the Facebook page ‘BozeatAnnualShow’ with pictures.

The production team: Lynne Ward - Editor

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Ann Brown - Distribution

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Kate Moreton – Support

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Bozeat Women’s Institute have reported that unless people come forward to help run it they will have to consider closing on the 31st December after 68 years! See page 17 for details and contact Carol if you would be able to join the committee and keep the W.I. open in 2018.

Chrissie Gleeson - Typing help

ADVERTISER’S INDEX Abacab Dog Training Absent Friends All Green - Lawn Treatments Barbara Allebone - Keep Fit Andersons Property Maintenance The Beauty Room Bozeat Aerials Bozeat Private Hire Bozeat Roofing Captain Carpet Compass Cars Couture Beauty DB Breakdown Recovery D W Electrics The Egg Shed etyres Fenlan Furniture The Gun Cupboard Hair by Sharon - Mobile Hairdresser Home Instead Housewives Choice Infant Aquatics Ian Ingram - Carpenter/builder Irchester Cattery Irchester Motor Services Ltd Jade, UPVC Windows

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Jays Aerials Jenny’s Hair Care Victoria Johashen - The Foot Lady KDB Ceramics & Stone Kitchen Craft - replacement doors LawnHopper Le Bon Cakes The Mallows Co Ltd - Business Services Mauds Cycles Shane Maycock - Painter & Decorator Olney Mobile Carpets Patchwork Training Alisdair Pollard - Painter & Decorator Red Lion Shortz Cutz - Dog grooming Slimming World Stars - Hairdressers Alex Stubbs Flooring TG Flooring Teapots tearooms Templeton’s Garage Three Shires Glazing Jon Walsh Motors Wasp Control Services Jason Williams - Reflexology Wright Image - Hair Design

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We welcome Marilyn & Simon to the Red Lion The pub is fast becoming a vibrant hub of the village. There is an excellent new menu with food served every day. Why not give them a try? - you will be made very welcome. There are now two new bus services in the village - both to the new Rushden Lakes Shopping and Leisure site - see page 44. The Stagecoach bus is on a Saturday only and is from/to Olney so gives an option to also travel to Olney. The Diamond Coaches bus is on a Wednesday only. Both take bus passes. We were pleased to have been invited to take part in Helen Blaby’s BBC Radio Northampton programme on the 22nd May when she focused on Bozeat. She and her researcher were very complimentary about the magazine, which was much appreciated, and it was lovely to hear representatives from many of our services, clubs and societies as well as a local historian. Special Happy Birthday wishes to Pat Driver, who co-ordinates advertising for the magazine, as she celebrates a ‘milestone’ birthday in October! Thank you to David Brown for his front cover picture taken at Easton Maudit with a poppy field in full bloom in the foreground. We have been asked to remind anyone who is setting fireworks off from their gardens to ensure that they set rockets so that the remains don’t land on any thatched roofs in the village. Thank you. Lynne Ward - Editor

We publish images and correspondence that are either in the public domain or on the understanding that full permission has been given for use. We do not accept responsibility for views expressed by contributors. Please submit all items for the December 2017 issue of Bozeat Matters by Friday 27th October 2017 to the Editor at 15 Fir Tree Grove. Thank you. Our email address is: [email protected] Website www.bozeat.info

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LITTLE CONNECTIONS Linda Brett, 665831 Little Connections is a friendly and welcoming group for babies, toddlers and their carers plus anybody else who would like to join us. Each session focuses on a particular Biblical story or theme. There are arts and crafts linked to this followed by a short story and lots of singing. We end with prayer and a healthy snack. Hot drinks are available for the adults. We run every Monday morning from 9 am - 11 am term time only at St Mary’s Church Community Hall, Bozeat. BOZEAT BABY & TODDLER GROUP Nina Bruce, 07988 667262 A friendly group run by parents, held in the Church Hall on Fridays from 9 until 11 am every week during term time only. An opportunity to meet people, have a chat over a cup of tea and for children to play with friends, enjoy a snack and a range of activities. £1 donation per child. ALL:[email protected] Ellie Minney, 07816 145187 All:Starz new term begins on Thursday 14th September, all children from Reception to Yr 6 are welcome to join us from 6pm at TLC, Dychurch Lane, for an hour of games, bible stories, craft and tuck. We haven't had our planning meeting yet, so can't give you any details of the autumn programme, but it will be fun ! We hope ladies young, & young-at-heart, will come to a Pamper Afternoon with qualified therapists, on Saturday 9th September at TLC from 2 til 4pm, details in our separate ad. BOZEAT RAINBOWS Penny Watts (Rainbow leader) 07531 594346 If your daughter is aged between 5 and 7 years, loves craft, fun and games, and enjoys making friends then Rainbows could be for her. We meet on a Tuesday night, 6 - 7 pm at the Church Hall. Please feel free to pop along or contact me on 07531 594346. We look forward to seeing you, Penny, Emma, Annette & Helen.

ADVERTISING IN BOZEAT MATTERS The following have joined our waiting list of advertisers: Springer Loaded Canine Fitness - TTouch, Fitness, Behaviour and Training for your dog. Contact Melody Todd (Bozeat based) www.springerloadedcaninefitness.co.uk Desired Desserts by Amanda - Bozeat based cake/dessert maker [email protected] 07931 110243 [email protected] Supple Strength & Fitness Class at Bozeat Pavilion Weds 6.45 pm booking essential. Lynn 07739 898113 [email protected] Barker’s Bookkeeping Local bookkeeping services provided. Telephone Michael Barker on: 01933 713825 Email: [email protected] Sophie Garner - private singing lessons in Bozeat for all ages. Enquiries: Sophie: 01933 664871 email: [email protected] website: www.the-new-breed.co.uk Sinclair Fabrics and Designs Under new management. Curtains, blinds & soft furnishings with a personal touch. London Road, 663533 [email protected] Northamptonshire Association for the Blind Your Local Sight Loss Charity Northamptonshire Association for the Blind (NAB), a countrywide independent charity helping people with sight loss, is appealing for volunteers. The new NAB Mobile Sight Centre regularly visits Wellingborough, opposite The Hind Hotel - see the village diary for September dates and the website for future visits. Is sight loss making life difficult for you? Our Enable Service offers free advice and a home visit. Contact the helpline below or look for details on our website. Why not get in touch with us about our Free Will Service and help the next generation of visually impaired people. Thank you in anticipation of your support. Helpline: 01604 719193, email [email protected] www.nab.org.uk

The number to help residents locate the van : 07535 780700

VOLUNTEER CAR SERVICE A volunteer car service is provided by Shire Community Services to take the elderly and disabled to and from medical appointments. Membership is £25 per annum or £12.50 for six months and there is a £1 donation per journey and a charge of 45 p per mile, payable to the driver. Five days notice is advisable for booked appointments. You can contact the office from Monday to Friday between 8:30 am - 4:00 pm on 01933 272735 or call in to: Shire Community Services, 1 - 3 Orient Way, Wellingborough NN8 1AF

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FISH & CHIP VAN The fish & chip van is in Bozeat for 16.50 on Mondays starting at Mill Rd then turn into Queen Street then back to Mill Road, Little Close then St Mary's Road and finally ending up at Fullwell Road, leaving Bozeat at 18.45 from Fullwell, heading for Stoke Goldington.

LIBRARY VAN VISITS - 2nd Friday of each month. Telephone: 225365 Church Community Hall, Allens Hill Fullwell Road

Arrive 5.40 pm 6.30 pm

Leave 6.25 pm 7.10 pm

WOLLASTON LIBRARY 21 Newton Road, Wollaston, NN29 7QN Tel: 0300126100 Email: [email protected] Opening hours:

Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri Wed & Sat Sun

2 pm - 6 pm 10 am - 2 pm 11 am - 2 pm

The Library has a hireable meeting space. Ideal for meetings, presentations, group study and craft workshops. Capacity: 10-12 seated / Conference Table / Power outlets / Projector screen for presentations / Disabled access £10.50 per hour not for profit / £16.50 per hour for commercial

All:Starz A club for children of Primary School age

Drop in Youth Club for Secondary School Ages

Thursdays 6 - 7 pm (in term time) Games!

Wednesdays 7.30 - 9 pm during term time

Treasure Hunts!

Bible Stories!

Meeting in The Little Chapel (Second Wednesday in the month different location)

Crafts!

Tuck Shop!

Free admission!

For more information contact Ellie Minney 07816 145187

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Tuck shop, pool table/table football games, discussion time & music For more info contact: Ellie Minney 07816 145187

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Bozeat Community Primary School Gurjit Virk

01933 663840

The last week of the summer term is always bitter-sweet. We hope we have supported our year 6 children to become lifelong learners and confident individuals. We hope we have also helped them to develop a strong moral code and a set of values to guide them through life. We wish them happiness and success in the future and I am sure that September will not only be a nerving but exciting time for them all. We are also saying goodbye to a number of families who have been associated with our school for many years. We would like to say thank you to them for being part of our school community and for all the support they have given us and our children over the years. I feel very privileged to work with such a dedicated staff team and I would like to thank the whole staff team. We welcome two new additions to our teaching team; Mrs Helen White, who will be leading our Nursery class and Miss Lucy Hanlon who is our new Year 4/5 teacher. I would also like to thank the team of wonderful volunteers who come into school weekly to listen to readers and practice key words. I would like to take this opportunity at the end of this academic year to give a special thank you to our group of voluntary school governors and to acknowledge the time and energy that they give to school. Our governors provide support and challenge to leaders at school to ensure that we are constantly improving our provision. The work of our governors is vital to ensuring that our school provides quality education and I am very grateful that this excellent team is so willing to give up time to monitor, evaluate and challenge our work in school. Mr David Snape is an incredibly supportive and knowledgeable Chair of Governors and I would like to thank him for his fantastic support this year, I could not have wished for better support and advice.

EMMAUS VILLAGE CARLTON We’re your local homelessness charity - offering people a home, not just a place to stay for the night Come and find all sorts of treasures in our shops - from clothes, books, electrical goods, furniture and bric-a-brac. Visit our Bistro COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Opening hours - Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 am - 4.30 pm Sunday 10 am - 4 pm For further information visit emmaus.org.uk/village_carlton

ANIMALS IN NEED RESCUE HOME If you have any old towels, blankets, food, bric-a-brac or tombola/raffle prizes that would be suitable for Animals in Need, please telephone Maggie on 663313, who is happy to collect them from you and deliver them to the home in Little Irchester. Also now taking used postage stamps.

Thank you to FoBs for working so hard to raise money for our school and for providing lovely social occasions to bring families together. Our school is a huge community of people who strive to make sure that all our children reach their potential. We hope all our families have enjoyed a happy and healthy summer and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school in the autumn for an exciting new year of learning. Nursery We have an over-subscribed Reception class from September which means that for 3 days per week, our Nursery class, Little Owls, will be operating as a single form class. We have had a massive re-haul of the provision we offer in Nursery and a complete re-furbishment has been carried out ready for our children in September. We will be having some open days when anyone can come and have a look at the provision on offer; please keep an eye on the school web-site as dates will be published very soon. The new 30 hour funding is accepted.

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Emmaus Village Carlton receives royal award and celebrates seven new bedrooms

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Emmaus Village Carlton recently celebrated a double achievement.

We are always on the lookout for volunteer helpers in school.

The Lord-Lieutenant of Bedfordshire, Mrs Helen Nellis, presented the local homelessness charity with the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Customers from the charity’s popular charity shop and bistro, as well as well-wishers from the local area, gathered at the charity’s community buildings in Carlton to witness the presentation. The Mayor of Bedford, Mr Dave Hodgson, continued proceedings by then officially opening ‘Silverbirches’ - new accommodation on site, including seven new rooms and two flats. The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to voluntary groups across the UK for their outstanding work in the local community and has equivalent status to an MBE. The opening of Silverbirches sees Emmaus Village Carlton’s accommodation facilities increase to 42 bedrooms. Emmaus Village Carlton supports formerly homeless people by giving them a home, meaningful work in a social enterprise and an opportunity to regain lost self-esteem to help rebuild their lives. To find out more visit www.emmaus.org.uk/village_carlton

● Would you be interested in helping maybe one afternoon a week or a fortnight? ● Could you listen to children read? ● Are you artistic and could help with art and craft activities? ● Are you green fingered and could help with the development of our garden? Any help however often would be greatly appreciated please contact us if you are interested. Dates for the diary Monday 4th September Tuesday 5th September Wednesday 6th September Monday 23rd October Friday 1st December Wednesday 20th December Thursday 21st December Wednesday 3rd January

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Infant Aquatics lead the way in new submerging approach for baby swimming. Infant Aquatics is a long standing baby led swim school, always using the most recent and up to date information and research to ensure its techniques are the safest and create a positive experience for babies. Founders Carly and Mel are proud to be members of Birthlight, the charity who work globally with experts and are always at the fore front of new developments within the aquatic environment. In recent year’s new research by internationally renowned infant swimming expert, Mr. Terje Stakset has shown that deep submerging is not always in the best interest of baby and can cause unnecessary stress. Mel says “Our whole ethos is baby led; securing a safe and happy environment so we were extremely interested in this information and research. From the day we started teaching we never advised submerging if a child was upset but we did teach deeper vertical submerging- that was until we met Terje Stakset- his approach along with our Birthlight training made total sense – why were we teaching deep submerging when ultimately we wanted children to swim on the surface? The shallow, child elective approach fitted our entire beliefs. We have found by using the approach our children rarely go through a time when they do not want to put their faces in or have a wobble so we believe it is working and if they choose to dive deep it is because they want to!’ As well as changing some of their submerging techniques they also stopped offering underwater photography as they didn’t want it to be a negative experience for some babies. Carly says “We now teach babies and children to swim with their face in the water and naturally develop shallow water submersions electively. This is so powerful and a positive way forward. Of course, they get to a point where there’s no stopping them, but I’m proud to say it’s all about working at baby’s pace and never forcing them to do something out of their control”. Contact us... We run lessons every day of the week and babies can start swimming with us from 6 weeks. For Bedford, Wellingborough and Wollaston pools– [email protected] For Kettering and Oakham pools –[email protected] www.infantaquatics.co.uk or find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/iaquatics/ JOSHUA DICKENS SMITH Congratulations and Well Done Josh as you start your career in the armed forces (R.E.M.E.) Lots of Love Nan & Grandad

1st BOZEAT BROWNIES Contact Ann Turner (01933 715303/07460729222 (evenings only) or [email protected] We meet on Wednesdays (term time) 6.15 - 7.45 pm at Bozeat School. WOLLASTON GUIDE UNIT AND SENIOR SECTION Guides (10 years) and Senior Section (14 ½ years) meet on a Friday at Wollaston Village Hall 7 - 9 pm. If you would like to join us and for more details, please contact Barbara on 663756 or Sarah on 07795 945222.

We have an active Scout Group in Bozeat, providing lots of exciting and fun activities for girls and boys from 6 – 14 years. All sections meet at Bozeat School. We are nearly full in every section, however there are a few spaces. Beavers is ready to start in September, taking boys and girls from 6-8 years. They are going to meet on Monday evenings, 6.15 - 7.15 pm. If you are interested in your child joining please contact Sarah Marriott [email protected] or Tara Wagstaff 07850 526317 [email protected] Cubs meet on a Tuesday evening. Cubs is for boys and girls from 8 to 10.5. They meet from 6.30 to 8 pm on a Tuesday evening. If you are interested please contact Sarah Walker 07572 494839 [email protected] . Scouts also currently meet on a Tuesday evening from 7 to 8.30 pm. This for children from 10.5 to 14 years. Contact Carl Tate 07429 707296 [email protected] Thank you Julie Bevington GSL [email protected] 01933 666080 1st WOLLASTON GIRLS’ BRIGADE Linda Savage, 563969 If you would like to join us we meet on a Monday night at Wollaston Wollaston Baptist Church. Age groups and times are as follows: Explorers: 4-7 year olds: 6:00 – 7:15pm Juniors: 8-11 year olds: 6:00 – 7:15pm Seniors: 11-14 year olds: 7:00 – 8:30pm Brigaders: 14-18 year olds: 7:00 – 8:30pm If you would like to know more about Girls’ Brigade, what we do or how to join us please call Linda Savage on 01933 563969.

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OPEN DOOR @ TLC Ellie Minney, 07816 145187 Our autumn term begins Wednesday 20th September, and we welcome young people of secondary school age (year 7+), from 7.30 - 9 pm. We have games (badminton, air hockey, pool, table tennis etc), discussion time, smoothie making, crafts, tuck and music. By the time Bozeat Matters reaches you, we hope to have finalised a contract of employment with Sarah Howes. Sarah was our original Open Door youth leader and we look forward to welcoming her back. We hope ladies young, & young-at-heart, will come to a Pamper Afternoon with qualified therapists, on Saturday 9th September at TLC from 2 til 4 pm, details in our separate ad. BOZEAT PLAYERS John Holmes, Chairman, 405169 / 07512 734002 / email [email protected] Website address: www.bozeatplayers.co.uk Facebook.com/bozeatplayerspantosociety

Music, Lights, Action . . . Panto Time is here again! Oh Yes It Is!

Northamptonshire Carers is a local charity based in Wellingborough, that supports unpaid carers across the county. As we approach the Silver Jubilee of our organisation, we have decided to launch a major initiative to raise funds to allow us to increase the provision of what feedback from the Carers themselves tell us is the most popular of our offerings - the opportunity for Carers to take holiday breaks, even if only for a few days, sometimes with the cared for. In this county alone, there are over 69,000 identified Carers including over 6,000 Young Carers. The physical and emotional demands on Carers mean that they are far more likely to succumb to anxiety, depression and illness. A break away or a change of scenery every so often can make all the difference to the Carer’s well-being and therefore to the well-being of the cared for. Why not hold a Coffee Morning or support one of our fund-raising events: Golf Day: Monday 18th September Collingtree Park (£200 team of 4 with dinner) Black Tie Gala Dinner: Saturday 21st October 7 pm Park Inn, Northampton (£45 pp) Northamptonshire Carers Centre 123 Midland Rd, Wellingorough NN8 1LU 01933 677837 Email: [email protected] www.northamptonshire-carers.org

We have a Director! The Show is being selected! We need a cast! We need helpers for production and front of house people! Would you be interested in taking part or helping with this year’s Panto in any way? There will be a read through of the script for this year’s show on Fridays 1st and 8th September at 7.30 at the Church Hall and auditions will take place on Friday 15th September. PLEASE COME AND SEE US on Read Through evenings or get in touch by phone or email. We look forward to meeting you all - new members always welcome. Advance Notice: The Panto will be at the Church Hall, Allens Hill, Bozeat from Wednesday to Saturday, 3rd to 6th January 2018 – we hope you will all come to see it. John Holmes - Chairman Tel: 01933 405169 Mobile: 07512 734002 E-mail: [email protected] See the Bozeat Players Facebook Page www.bozeat.info Is THE site to look at for news and information about Bozeat

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Your time to shine at our first Access to Higher Education open evening Climbing the ladder of success is now one rung closer as the University of Northampton hosts its first Access to Higher Education open evening. The Access to Higher Education Diploma is a qualification which prepares people without traditional qualifications for study at university. Future students who want to start such a course can come along on Monday 25 September and meet local college staff to find out more about the course and sign-up for one. Current Access students who wish to continue their studies at Northampton are also invited, to meet our lecturers and talk about the courses on offer at University of Northampton. You can also ask questions about what it’s like to study at Northampton, what the workload is like and how flexible courses can be in regards to childcare and part-time working. Professor Nick Petford, University of Northampton Vice Chancellor, himself studied for an Access Course before enrolling for a degree: “After a shaky start and some forgettable jobs, I enrolled for an Access course that was essentially three science ‘A’ levels condensed into nine months. It was one of the best decisions I’ve made and I haven’t looked back since. “Our mission at the University of Northampton is transforming lives and inspiring change. My story shows this is more than just fancy words. With our help the same can be true for you too. Our open evening starts at 5:00 pm on Monday 25 September at our Park Campus, Northampton, NN2 7AL and free child care and refreshments will be provided. The evening will include an optional tour of ‘Waterside Street’, an instillation about our new Waterside Campus that will open in September 2018. To register contact: [email protected] / 01604 735500 46

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EARLS BARTON RALLY & COUNTRY FAYRE Merv Chapman, 10 Hewletts Close, 07816 391744

Le Bon Cakes

All is going well for this years’ rally on August Bank Holiday 26th - 28th with over 500 exhibitors and traders booked in, and plans well advanced. The popular Galloping Acrobatics are our main attraction again this year. We are looking forward to good weather for this family weekend and hope you will come and join us.

Something to celebrate? Whether its a wedding, birthday, anniversary, christening or other occasion, why not celebrate with a delicious, personalised cake from Le Bon Cakes

Many thanks to those who came to the quiz night at the Red Lion, your support was much appreciated. Any help over the weekend, and also with setting up and breaking down is very welcome however small, please contact the Stewards Marshal, Rose Dalstenne on 07153 306093. We hope to make donations to local charities/worthy causes again this year, please contact me after the rally if your organisation wishes to be considered. BOZEAT WALKERS Pam Pasquet, 667420 & Diane Phillips, 665116

Jane Ibbs Le Bon Cakes 01933 664092 Mobile 07415060367 Email: [email protected]

10th ANNIVERSARY. Yes we’ve been going ten years and celebrated after our walk on 15th July with lunch in a walker's garden, that was the idea but rain made us retreat indoors but it went very well anyway. We still meet at 10 am outside the new houses in High Street (was Bozaid) then car share to various country parks we are so lucky to be surrounded with. We walk 2/3 miles on mostly flat paths and stop for coffee at various venues we have come across. We are looking forward to a new walk from Rushden Lakes along the Nene Way, we already do Stanwick Lakes and Irthlingborough further along the river.

Couture Beauty Autumn offers ….

Everyone is very friendly so do come along: phone Diane on 665116 or Pam on 667420 for details.

45 minute back massage - £25 (save £3)

KAREN MINNEY Happy 40th Birthday Karen, lots of love from all the family.

Couture facial plus gelish nails - £45

COFFEE MORNING There is a Coffee Morning held every Thursday morning at The Little Chapel from 10 am to 11.30 am. Everyone is welcome to drop in for a coffee and chat.

Lash extensions Hollywood lashes - £42 (save £8) Russian lashes (half set) - £50 Available until end of November

FRIENDS OF IRCHESTER BADMINTON GROUP Do you enjoy a game? Why not come and have a game? We play non-competitive games every Monday at Weavers Sports Centre, Wellingborough from 6.30 - 8 pm Cost: £3.00 per week. For further information contact: Sharon 01933 314943 12

To book / for enquiries, call:

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NEW BUS SERVICE - RL3 - Olney - Bozeat - Wollaston - Rushden Lakes A bus service operated by Stagecoach Northampton Saturdays only - bus passes accepted (possible Sundays in the future) Olney - Wollaston - Rushden Lakes Olney School (o/s) Olney Aspreys (S-bound) Olney, o/s The Bull Bozeat, adj Camden Square Wollaston, opp Nags Head Inn Irchester, oppThrift Street Knuston, opp Alton Centre Rushden Lakes (Stop 1)

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BOZEAT LADIES DINNER Anthea Cooke, 666009, email: [email protected] PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATE FOR LADIES DINNER NIGHT It is with regret that the 'Ladies Dinner' committee has had to cancel the forthcoming dinner on Friday 6th October. However, we are planning to hold it on Friday 9th February 2018. Please read the December issue of Bozeat Matters for further details. THE TEA ROOM Pam Freely (663841) and Lynne Saving (664828) We enjoyed a very, very special Lunch-Out in May with Carol Robinson’s family. Thank you Shellie for arranging that – it meant so much to us all. We also enjoyed Lunch-In in June with an M&S spread – what can be better than good food, a glass of something, and good company. We are looking forward to Lunch-Out at the Red Lion in Bozeat on 15th August and another Lunch-In on 19th September. We have been delighted to welcome some newcomers and others returning. Please do join us in the meeting room of The Little Chapel, Dychurch Lane, between 2 pm and 4 pm any Tuesday for tea, coffee, cake, chat, puzzles. BOZEAT ENVIRONMENTAL CARE GROUP Diane West, 663342 A Big THANK YOU to those residents who take the time to sweep and keep tidy outside their properties. It makes such a difference..... If you have a paper shredder and use it please do bag the paper before putting it into the Recycling Bin - that way it doesn't fly away when being emptied. Lots of cans are thrown around Bozeat - please DO bin them. Similarly cigarette butts - small but hundreds are thrown down in Bozeat and it takes a long time to sweep or pick up - by us so please dispose of them properly. Wherever you are in the village there will be litter bins nearby - if not - please take rubbish home. Walking the village you will see lots of overhanging branches from residents gardens. Owners do please lop regularly so they do not inconvenience people walking by. We regularly walk in from the Olney end and the Quarry end of the bypass and clear rubbish. The Council do some but a lot is flung out of cars when passing through our area. A great shame. We also try and keep tidy the area outside the shops.

THANK YOU to anyone who has made donations to Bozeat Matters recently.

We meet on the Village Green on the Ist Thursday of each month - at 2.30 pm. You are very welcome to join us. Next dates are:- 7th September, 5th October, 2nd November, 7th December; sticks and bags are provided.

We are very grateful for your support.

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BOZEAT PLAYING FIELD ASSOCIATION Chris Challis, 07795 683874 BPFA AGM to be held at the playing field pavilion at 7.30 on September 11th. Anyone interested in becoming a committee member is welcome to attend. Refurbishment of the pavilion continues with an increased number of bookings being taken. Anyone interested in using the pavilion and it's facilities can contact Ann Bunker on 01933 666008. The charity shop continues to thrive on a Saturday morning offering refreshments and cakes, so much so that more bric-a-brac is required.

BOZEAT PLAYING FIELD Has so much to offer …… A full size grass Football Pitch and Sport Facilities An enclosed Tennis Court The Saturday Recycle Shop offering refreshments, open Saturdays 9.30-12.30 A Children’s Gated Play Area and Skateboard Ramp The Club House, ideal for parties and meetings For more information contact: Pat Driver

01933 663284 to hire the tennis court

Ann Bunker Sue Evans

01933 666008 to book the football pitch or club house 01933 663473 for the recycle shop

BOZEAT TENNIS CLUB Pat Driver, 663284 The courts are open throughout the year. Please feel free to make full use of them. If you are interested in playing any time and are not sure how to go about it, contact me, Pat Driver on the above telephone number. You will be most welcome. Booking the court: If you wish to book the tennis court please do so via Bozeat Nisa Local as they hold the keys. Charges per hour are: £1.00 per hour (under 18’s), £2.00 per hour (adults). 14

WATCH NEWS Area Co-ordinators: Ian & Carol Fearnley 663282 Crime comes into Bozeat Please be ‘security sensible’ to prevent it happening to your property. Important information for all mobile phone owners Fraudsters are impersonating telephone service providers and contacting you to offer a phone upgrade on a low payment contract. The fraudsters will try to obtain from you all your personal and financial details, which they will then use to contact a genuine phone provider and order a new mobile phone. The fraudsters will either intercept delivery of the new mobile phone before it reaches your address, or order the handset in your name and have it sent to their address. Never provide your personal information to a third party from an unsolicited communication. Obtain the published telephone number of the organisation being represented and check with them to see if such a communication is genuine. NOTE: If the offer is too good to be true, do not go for it. If you have given personal information and are concerned that your identity may be compromised, seek assistance via Cifas Protection Registration on http://www.cifas.org.uk If you have been a victim of fraud then report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or go to http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ Doorstep Conmen target the homes of vulnerable people. If you are concerned about opening your front door to unknown people, keep the door chain on so the person cannot push the door open. If you do not know the person at your front door and they will not go away, close the door and contact a neighbour or telephone the Police on 101. Do not remove your door chain and let them in until you are SURE who they are. Vehicle Crime Prevention checklist * Check nothing is left on display in your vehicle. * Check all doors, windows, sunroof, tailgate/boot are closed and locked. * Check that in-car electronic devices, if possible, have been removed from your vehicle. * Check electronic items left in the vehicle are registered on www.immobilise.com * Check suction marks on windows have been rubbed away. For further advice visit www.northants.police.uk/crimeprevention Do inform the Police about suspicious incidents in your neighbourhood, and inform your neighbours too. The telephone numbers below are for your assistance. Northamptonshire Police 101 ~ Calls can be directed to local Police Stations or the Safer Community Teams. For Bozeat, ask for Wellingborough Rural Safer Community Team. Emergency calls only 999 Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 (you do not have to give your name and address) 43

BOZEAT SATURDAY MORNING FOOTBALL

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BOZEAT W.I. Carol Fearnley, 663282 WOW…..If you were one of the many who attended our Coffee Morning on 20th May we extend a very grateful ‘thank you’ as you helped us give £611.40 to the Daylight Centre, and a further £53 was donated in the yellow collection box on their table. Also we extend our thanks to everyone who supported our stall at the Village Fete.

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Debbie Horsman spoke about Shackleton’s Forgotten Men at our May meeting. Debbie is an indirect relative of A.P. Spencer-Smith who was one of Ernest Shackleton’s men ~ a relative had given Debbie some interesting papers from that Antarctic expedition of a hundred years ago. While on a cruise to visit Shackleton’s grave on South Georgia Island, Debbie met Henry Worsley who had successful retraced Shackleton’s steps in 2009. We were told of the dramatic true story of the 1915-1916 Antarctic tragedy and survival of the heroic crew of Aurora who were to arrange food supplies in huts across the Great Ross Ice Shelf, in preparation for Shackleton’s expedition on his final part of the trek from the South Pole to the Ice Shelf. Due to the bad weather Shackleton’s plans to sail Endurance from South Georgia to the Weddell Sea area of Antarctica were scuppered, so he and his crew did not make the trek. As no contact was made with the Aurora about the aborted trek, the men did as planned and delivered the food supplies ~ the outcome being that the crew of the Aurora had been left to their own devices, and they were Shackleton’s Forgotten Men. If you were near the Little Chapel at 8pm on 14th June you would have seen the Fish & Chip van delivering just to us, as we were having a personal ‘fry-up’ for our June F&C supper meeting. Twenty-two members enjoyed an ‘evening with a difference’. We were at Ampthill W.I for our July meeting, and listened to stories in the life of retired BBC journalist Bill Hamilton. With his opening video pictures Bill introduced himself as Man on the Spot. Bill’s journalistic life of fifty years had him taking interviews in many places from Palaces to Prisons, War Zones to Football, and he met many known people including Mother Teresa, Sarah Ferguson and Norman Wisdom. His first passion was refereeing, and achieved fame at 14 by being the youngest referee. Bill went into journalism, and aged 22 was reporting the news on television at Newcastle ~ we heard about his nerves before reading his first live Six o’clock News. Bill commented on shorthand notes now replaced by wi-fi with computers/tablets, and how photographing incidents by mobile phone and transmitting it worldwide in seconds, beats any journalist’s report. Journalists today have to prepare their own editorial for TV and Radio, and modern technology is there to do so as today’s public want News ‘just as it happens’. Maybe one of our evening Talks interests you, if so please come to listen at a cost of £4 and have a cup of tea/coffee. You will be very welcome if you wish to join Bozeat W.I.

The Church Hall will hopefully soon become Bozeat Community Hall It will be run by the village for the village The hall had over 350 bookings last year. With the closure of the Methodist Chapel and the Working Men’s Club, plus the restricted access to the school, the hall is now the only village venue with the capacity to facilitate community events of any size. To make the hall viable we urgently need your support and for people to come forward to be involved. Are you interested in getting involved? Do you have a few hours a month spare? Whoever you are there is a task for you! Please phone 07834 213861 to talk to us or email [email protected] Let’s not lose this wonderful village asset. We need you

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After sixty-eight years it is with great regret that plans to close Bozeat W.I. on 31st December 2017 may have to be put in place. This is because Bozeat W.I. is having difficulty in recruiting new committee members, which includes a new President and a new Treasurer to take over at our AGM in October. Without a Committee, a President, and a Treasurer, it will not be possible to continue running Bozeat W.I. Are you willing to be one of the people to take Bozeat W.I into 2018, and beyond ? Please contact Carol on 663282 as soon as possible if you can help to keep us going.

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Diary Dates 13th September Street/School Pastors by Karen Dhlamini at 7.30 pm in the Little Chapel 11th October Interesting Facts about Honey Bees by Wendy Potts at 7.30 pm in the Little Chapel + our AGM 8th November Masquerade~the History of Masks by Christine Farmer at 7.30 pm in the Little Chapel 13th December Music Entertainment by 2’s Company at 7.30 pm in TLC + our Christmas Meal Please contact us if you would like a personal announcement, such as a Birthday greeting, anniversary, engagement, marriage, birth, thank you, congratulations, condolence, for sale/wanted notice in Bozeat Matters. We are happy to include these free of charge

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Café Connec

What a wonderful summer we’ve had, celebrating ten years of Cafe Connections, a fresh expression of church in Bozeat, which started in July 2007. It was lovely to welcome back some ‘old’ faces and to hear how God has impacted their lives through Cafe Connections. The Fun Day at The Vicarage was also a great success with over 100 people enjoying various activities with good food and an opportunity to chill out with friends and family.

Did you know that Northamptonshire has more than its share of passionate food and drink producers creating everything from mouth-watering pies to tasty cakes to thirst quenching beers, ciders, juices and spirits?

As I write, some Cafe Connections regulars are planning for a new season and we pray that God will continue to guide us and to bring people closer to him. If you have ever been to Cafe Connections, we would love to hear from you if you have any thoughts about how we could improve and develop. If you don’t ‘do church’, what would need to happen to encourage you to walk through the door one Sunday at The Little Chapel, St Mary’s or the Church Community Hall (Cafe Connections meeting place)?

To find out more about the county’s amazing array of tasty treats and to support the ‘buy local’ ethic, please visit the Made In Northamptonshire page on Facebook -http://www.facebook.com/ MINFoodandDrink or call Rachel Mallows on 01933 664437.

If you’ve never completed an Alpha Course, do consider coming to the free Introduction Supper on 20th September. There will be no pressure to join the course which starts the following week; just good food, a short talk and an opportunity to hear from a couple of people who have recently completed Alpha. See below for more details.

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Alpha 2017 Millions of people all over the world have now attended an Alpha Course, an opportunity to explore the meaning of life, running in tens of thousands of locations across the world. Alpha is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed, non-threatening setting over ten thought-provoking weekly sessions, with a day away. It is low-key, friendly and fun. The food is great and the course is supported by all the main Christian denominations. For those who are unsure about joining this year’s course, there will be a free Introduction Supper at Bozeat Church Community Hall in Allen’s Hill, on Wednesday 20th September from 7.30 – 9.30 p.m. As well as a free supper, there will also be an opportunity to hear a talk entitled: “Is there more to life than this?” and some impressions from people who have recently completed a Alpha. Alpha 2017 begins on Wednesday 27th September, the week after the introduction supper. For more details or to book for the free supper, please contact Chris & Linda Brett 01933 665831 39

WOLLASTON CRICKET CLUB David Ward, 663951 At the time of writing it’s been a tough season for the First Eleven with the initial win eventually materialising in July. The five-wicket victory against Northampton Saints was comprehensive and a sigh of relief was heard around the Club. This was followed up two weeks later by a ‘winning draw’ against Geddington when we amassed the huge total of 237 for 8, only to see Geddington hold on to avoid defeat on 178 for 8 in their 50 overs. Our Australian colleague Tom Doyle was the star of this game with a top score of 85 and a wicket haul of 5 for 28 off 15 overs. The highest First Eleven individual total so far however was 95 off 146 balls made by Harry Broome against Finedon. Chris Perry’s 5 for 28 away at Geddington has proved to be the best bowling return for the First Eleven up to the end of July. The Seconds are riding high in division three win nine wins from fifteen games, and are one place off the promotion spot. Marcus Shelton made hay while the sun shone at Stony Stratford when he compiled 91 stylish runs before the heavens opened and the game was abandoned. One run behind Marcus was Mark Carter at Heyford where he made 90 not out before tea, after which Steve Musgrave remarkably took 7 for 23 in 10 overs to wrap the game up in Wollaston’s favour. The Thirds meanwhile will endure a shortened season due to Grendon Thirds pulling out the League and Weekley & Warkton forfeiting both the home and away fixtures due to lack of players. Despite this however, notable wins have been achieved with several youngsters stepping up from the Under 15s, contributing and making a good impression. Notably, the 326 for 5 against Kettering 3rds (Nathan Dawson 80) set a new Third team record, beating the previous best of 323 against the same opposition in 2015. Andrew Monteith’s 84 not out – containing 14 fours and 2 sixes proved the winning knock against Brigstock 3rds when he and Andy Luck put on 142 for the first wicket to chase down the opposition’s 140. Our juniors have had an outstanding season. The Under 15s have won six games out of nine and are joint top of their division. The Under 13s lie in second place in theirs, and the Under 11s have won nine, lost none, and are 8 points clear of second placed Finedon. Our Under 9s have competed successfully in several tournaments around the County and the Tournament at Wollaston was a huge success. We were lucky with the weather again on the WCC Fun Day where families mingled, children played and a good time was had by all. At the time of writing our Under 19s are waiting for their next T20 Knock-out Cup game following their overwhelming win at Brixworth. To check on further results look at our website at: wollastoncc.co.uk or email us for additional information at: [email protected] 38

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Our Lady and St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Olney Mass Times Saturday Night 6.30 pm Sunday Morning 10.30 am Saturday 5.45 - 6.15 pm Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) If you would like any more information please contact Sr Rita on 01234 711212 or Tricia Roche at 01933 665065

WOLLASTON BAPTIST CHURCH - working in and for the community Morning Service 10.30 am Sundays - all welcome. Girl’s Brigade, Ladies Keep Fit, Little Pickles, The Pop In Coffee Afternoon, ‘Torch’ Christian support group, Jforce After School Kid’s Club, MAD Youth group, WOW Youth group, 5-a-side football, Bible study, etc. Contact: Revd Michael Hogg, 663455, [email protected], church office 664114 www.wollastonbaptist.co.uk

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ST MARY’S PARISH CHURCH (social) Pat Summers, 663975 A boat crashed into rocks and began to sink. “Does anyone know how to pray?” shouted the skipper. “Yes, I do cried a zealous Christian leaping to his feet. “Good” said the skipper. “You pray, the rest of us will put on our life jackets, we’re one short”. Social events:

CHANGING LIVES IN KENYA SUPPORTERS GROUP BARN DANCE - BOZEAT COMMUNITY HALL OCTOBER 14th 7pm Tickets are £10 for a ploughman's supper and dessert. (children £5). There will be a licenced bar. Tickets will be available from Sue at 3 Brookside or the Paper Shop.

Tuesday

12th Sept

Coffee Morning at Margaret & Gordon’s, Newlands Farm, Harrold Road 10 am - 12 noon. Cakes, raffle, bring & buy

"Changing Lives in Kenya" (CLIK) is a support group who raises funds for a school in the Kibera, a school for Aid's orphans in the slums of Nairobi.

Monday

18th Sept

Harvest Supper & sale. St Mary’s Church at 7 pm Dingbats

We have supported this school for well over 12 years now and target our support to the feeding programme.

Saturday

28th Oct

Cheese & Wine evening at Lucy’s, 5 Knights Close at 7 pm

Saturday

25th Nov

Winter Fayre & Lunch in the Church Community Hall. Lunch at 12.30 pm and Fayre at 2 pm. Cream Teas from 3 pm, various stalls.

Thursday

7th Dec

Seasonal Evening at Chris’s, 89 London Rod. Mulled wine and mince pies at 7 pm Everyone welcome.

ST MARY’S CHURCH COMMUNITY HALL George Sharratt, 663029 The hall continues to be well used by the community. With the regular user groups, fund raising events, celebrations, children’s parties and other activities it is averaging six bookings a week. The programme of planned maintenance continues and as usual my thanks go to all those who continue to help support and maintain the Hall. Good progress is being made with setting up the Community Hall Trust. The aim is for the Trust to take on a lease to run and manage the hall and be able to raise grant funding to carry out the necessary renovations to secure the hall for the community. A good start has been made but there is still more to be done, if you wish to support the Group and would like further information please contact Robin Igglesden, on 01933-665537, who will be pleased to hear from you. If you wish to make a booking or would like further information please contact me on 01933 – 663029. BOZEAT MATTERS - FRONT COVER

Do set the date aside in your diary to come along and have a great evening. Sue Wagstaff, 01933 665537 BOZEAT LUNCH CLUB Shirley O’Neill, 743321 In June last we had the very great delight of a visit from Bozeat School Music Group. They had recently started ukulele lessons and they entertained us royally with three self accompanied songs. We all enjoyed this in spite of the extreme heat! It was decided that we'd like them to visit us again. We try to have an entertainment once a month interspersed with our usual Bingo, Racing Game or Board Games and our programme for the rest of the year is as follows : August

Miriam Giles – Laughter

September

Mystery Tour and lunch out

October

Isabel Wyatt – First aid in the home

November

Countdown Cares – Clothing sale

December

Christmas Lunch. “Richtones”. Entertainers. Father Christmas

For more details please contact me. LOAN OF WHEELCHAIR If anyone in the village would like the loan of a wheelchair, due to a short term disability, please let me know; George Sharratt 01933-663029

BOZEAT SCHOOL HALL

Please contact us if you have a photograph or picture that might be suitable to feature on our front cover in future editions. Lynne Ward: 663951, [email protected]

Need a venue in the Village? Bozeat School Hall is available to hire for various events. Please ring the School Office with all enquiries on 01933 663840 during term-time 9 am to 3.30 pm.

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BRITISH LEGION Robert Welch, 663229 POPPY APPEAL THANK YOU! yet again Bozeat for your support and generosity at our Garden Party. Big THANK YOU’s to the’ setter uppers’, raffle givers and ticket sellers, kitchen choppers and spreaders, can and bottle openers, ‘washer uppers’ and ‘put awayers’! , but especially YOU the public. Our new Royal British Legion County Chairman asked to come and meet ‘Bozeat’ after the reports he read on past events, with the village support. He was over-whelmed on the turn-out and how happy the village is. When I told him later what we took and the attendance he saw he puts us up there with Kettering, Finedon, Brackley. Give yourselves a big pat!

Our Harvest Festival is on Sunday 1st October. The preacher is Rev Steve Blyth from Nuneaton. The service starts at 2.30 and tea will follow. Come and join us to thank God for all his gifts to us. Sunday 19th November TLC will be celebrating it’s 165th anniversary! William Partridge-Underwood is our speaker and we hope to welcome musicians from Great Park Street Church to lead our singing. 2.30 service and then tea, of course! We meet every Sunday for worship at 2.30pm. (Except on Remembrance Sunday when we join with our friends at St Mary’s.) If you need more information on any of the above give me a call, you will be made very welcome. Sue Partridge-Underwood, 665167

For the Poppy Appeal you raised £785.31.

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POPPY APPEAL II - FETE It was a sunny Saturday afternoon and a good old-fashioned yesteryear Bozeat get-together. Talking, cuddling, kissing, family meeting - and you all dug deep. With your help we raised £104.83 for the Bozeat Poppy Appeal.

The family of Ann Simms, who passed away on the 14th May in Kettering Hospital, would like to thank everyone who sent messages of condolence and sympathy.

I would like to say a very big thank you to the Parish Council Chairman and his staff for their work putting it on.

Ann lived in Bozeat for over forty years and was one of the founders of the Playing Field Association. She was also an active member of Bozeat Players.

REMEMBRANCE WEEKEND Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th NOVEMBER ARMISTICE DAY - Saturday 11 November 2017 We muster at the cemetery at 10.40 am Short Address - 2 Minutes Silence - Wreath Laying Red Lion to toast ‘Absent friends’ REMEMBRANCE DAY - Sunday 12 November 2017 St Mary’s Church service starts at 10.15 am Please come along and remember our men of this village some of your relatives you never knew. Followed by March from the Church to the Village Green The Chair of the Parish Council will take the salute at the Methodist Chapel flats, High Street Support our uniform village youth. Dismiss at the Village Green Then coffee/tea etc at the Red Lion (courtesy of Marilyn and her team)

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On the Centenary of The Battle of Passchendaele we remember our six village men who did not return home to Bozeat.

[email protected] Summer is all but over. The long summer school holidays, that stretched before us only a few weeks ago, are ended. As you read this article mums and dads have already bought new school uniform and trudged the shoe shops for new shoes and plimsolls.

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Hopefully our children and grandchildren are looking forward to a new school year. New teachers. New friends. New schools or universities. Some will be tackling new subjects never broached before. As they grow into young people they will find the world a different place from their sheltered lives. New challenges. New issues to deal with and come to terms with. Decisions to be thought over carefully. Responsibilities for them to face up to.

Edwin Harris Arthur R. Luck Alfred Page Alfred George Tomkins

We need to be aware of all these things and consider how we interact with our children and young people.

Thomas R. Warner Remembered with Honour on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belgium and on our war memorial in Bozeat Cemetery.

Jesus knew exactly what to do. In Mark chapter 10 v13 - 16 we read how parents were bringing their children to Jesus for him to bless them. His disciples tried to turn them away, saying Jesus was too busy. But Jesus would have none of it. He sternly told his disciples to leave them alone. He turned to the children, put his arms around them and blessed them. We can do no better than that; assure our children of our love and pray for them. Pray that they will make good decisions, that they will choose their friends carefully and that God will bless them and protect them throughout their lives.

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God, bless our children. Ladies! Girls! Do you enjoy being pampered? Then come to TLC on Saturday 9th September to give yourselves just that. We start at 2pm until 4pm. Clare will be there to offer facials, foot spa treatment and a natural looking make-over. All the products that Clare uses are not tested on animals, they are botanically based, ethically sourced and contain no harmful chemicals. Sue is offering to paint nails and her daughter Sharon will do make up. Sharon Partridge-Underwood can show you how easy it is to do French plaits for that special evening out. So lots on offer. We will be serving tea, coffee and homemade cakes. It is all free, we just ask for donations to cover costs. Talking of coffee, Coffee Morning continues every Thursday from 10 ‘til 11.30, come and meet up with friends for chat over a drink and biscuits. All:Starz restarts on Thursday 14th September at 6pm. It is open to all primary school aged children. Fun and games, Bible stories, quizzes and a tuck shop. Come and join us.

Every Wednesday at 11 am - The Little Chapel, Dychurch Lane Two Course Meal Good Company Activities & Crafts £6.50 per week

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For more information / to book your lunch contact: Shirley O’Neill 01933 743321

Age UK Northamptonshire Computer/Laptops/iPad/Tablet Classes: Weekly classes for beginners and intermediate learners at 31 Billing Road, Northampton. Art, Bridge, Scrabble and Whist: Weekly classes at 31 Billing Road, Northampton. All classes suitable for beginners and improvers. Photography Club monthly, Tracing your Family Tree course and PreRetirement course

Open Door is aimed at secondary school children and will start again on Wednesday 20th September, from 7-9 pm. There are games and activities, discussions on topical subjects and tuck shop.

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WINDMILL SINGERS Roy Gatehouse, 01604 890739, Anna Denny, 01933 663375 The concert for the Bozeat Community Hall Trust on Saturday 8h July, was well attended and financially supported also, enabling us to raise £650 from the event for them. This will enable the Trustees to be able to keep and maintain this important and well used asset for Bozeat residents usage for many future years to come. So a very big thank you to everyone for your support for that. We are still busy rehearsing for forthcoming events, along with several new items to add to our musical library, which we intend to put to good use this year, along with other newer items too.

TOM PARTRIDGE UNDERWOOD 11 Mill Road, Bozeat 665167 As Borough Councillor for Bozeat and Easton Maudit I am happy to be contacted at my home address or by telephone on any issue concerning the Borough Council. If I am not in please leave a message on our answer phone and I will return your call as soon as possible. MARTIN GRIFFITHS County Council representative:

As always our membership fluctuates for various reasons , and our present total is now “46”

Please feel free to contact me via e mail on

Future dates for your 2017 diary’s, which we hope you will be able to come to enjoy and support:

Contact No: 07968 551360

Rehearsals restart on Tuesday 5th September at 7-30 pm. All newcomers will be welcomed. Sat 23rd Sept 2-00 pm

Sally & Mark’s Wedding at Easton Maudit Church

Sun 24th Sept 6-00 pm

Harvest Festival at Easton Maudit Church

Sun 10th Dec 6.00 pm

Carols at Easton Maudit Church

Sat 16th Dec 7-30 pm

Christmas Concert at Bozeat Church Hall.

[email protected]

SEWING ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Any kind of sewing / alterations undertaken Contact Sue Ward : 663073

We are always welcoming new members, especially for our Tenor and Bass sections, (“so come on folks don’t be shy, and give it/us a try”),and of course we welcome anyone for our Soprano and Alto sections too. So if you are reading this and are still not too sure, you do not have to be able to read music, nor take any audition. We also operate a four weeks come and give it a try policy, so you can come to rehearsals and under no pressure, you can listen to us, or better still join in, to see if it’s your thing or not, at no obligation, so just turn up and enjoy our friendly welcome. If you require more information please give us a ring (Roy or Anna). We meet at The Little Chapel (Independent Wesleyan Chapel), Dychurch Lane, Bozeat, NN29 7JP. on Tuesday evenings at 7-30 pm for a couple of hours rehearsal, in school term times (about 37/40 weeks per year). COFFEE EVENING in aid of the homeless on Monday 4th December from 7 pm NEW VENUE : 50 Allens Hill All welcome.

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cabinet. If you notice any problems with this equipment please do contact a member of the council or the Clerk, Lyndis Payne urgently. Planning Planning applications for Bozeat are decided by Wellingborough Borough Council, so if any proposals affect you or your property please do contact the Borough Council with your comments. The Parish Council is consulted about any applications for Bozeat and we do look at the plans very carefully before sending in our own comments. Minutes Please note that copies of our approved minutes are available on the Bozeat Website or at meetings of the Parish Council, you can also read copies of the minutes at Wollaston and Wellingborough libraries. Contact Us Please remember that the Clerk is only employed part time by the Parish Council so is not on duty all the time, however you can contact the Parish Council:* By letter – send to 65 Queen Street, Bozeat, Northants, NN29 7LA – letters are put before the council members at their next routine meeting and formal replies are then sent out. * By telephone – leave a message on 01933 664760 and the Clerk will return your call at the earliest opportunity. * By email – [email protected] Please note that the Clerk checks emails at least once a week - she will acknowledge your email and then present it to the members of the council at their next meeting. Meetings Meetings will be held on 18th September; 16th October; 20th November. Members of the public are very welcome to attend meetings to listen to the discussions and we do allow up to 15 minutes at the start of each meeting for residents to address the Councillors. All meetings are on Monday evenings starting at 7pm and are held in the meeting room at TLC in Dychurch Lane. FOR SALE Fire Basket Handmade heavy gauge steel 24ins. wide x 13ins. deep x 10ins. high. Fire Back Handmade heavy gauge steel with pattern 30ins. wide x 24ins. at its highest point as it has a curved top. Canopy The canopy was made by local blacksmiths and is of steel construction and measures 36ins. wide x 22ins.deep x 33ins. from top to bottom . £50 each item or near offer Contact: 663462 32

BOZEAT ANNUAL SHOW 19th August 2017 Andrew & Marian Green 664959 This edition of Bozeat Matters is due to be delivered around the time of the Show: if you get yours before 19th August, come along from 2 pm in St Mary’s Church Hall! More likely the show will have already taken place by the time you read this, so may we take the opportunity to thank everyone involved, whether exhibitors, the judges, those that have helped in any way on the day or in the run up to the event and, of course, everyone who has come along to the Show. There will be a full report in the December edition of Bozeat Matters, and in the meantime a full list of winners will appear on the village website Bozeat.info/BozeatShow and our Facebook page BozeatAnnualShow, with photos of the day! BOZEAT BOWLS CLUB Carol Witherden, 631405 We continue to have a good turnout for each of our sessions. A group of us are now taking part in the Earl Spencer Cup, sponsored by Age UK. We are halfway through the tournament. We have had mixed results but believe we have played well at each match. We have certainly enjoyed the games so far. We have had a few members drop out of the club for various reasons recently and so we are once again in a position to offer places for anyone wanting to have a go at short mat bowls. We meet every Monday afternoon, except bank holidays, at St Mary's Church Hall, from 2.00 4.00 p.m. If you would like to give the game a try please just turn up; we will be very pleased to see you. We have some spare woods so you need not bring anything with you. BOZEAT & EASTON MAUDIT BELLRINGERS Tony Manktelow (Tower Captain), 665113 07771 612321 Email: [email protected] Bozeat entered the Wellingborough Branch striking competition in June this year and came a credible 3rd. The competition was held at Orlingbury. Not the easiest of bells and very difficult to listen to in the belfry. The competition was won by Orlingbury. Rushden were second and Bozeat third. Our quality and range of ringing continues to improve. A notable achievement in July was that we rang some courses of Cambridge Surprise Minor with a purely Bozeat band (and with a ringer to spare). The first time that has ever happened. I’d like to try for a quarter peal of Cambridge later in the year to cement this achievement for us. We are still looking for new recruits to the band. Anyone interested in learning to ring should either come to practice on a Thursday evening or get in contact with me. Tony Manktelow, Tower Captain Bozeat & Easton Maudit churches 25

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All types of work, including insurance repairs, undertaken at competitive prices Fascia and window repairs, Chimneys repointed, Doors hung, Kitchens fitted, Roof repairs, Guttering, Fencing, Slabbing, Extensions, etc.

No job too small – for a free estimate:

Telephone: Wellingborough 664829 17 Hope Street, Bozeat Three Shires Glazing

Dog Bins Coming soon - bag dispensers to go with some of the dog bins in the village so do watch out for these. Thank you very much to all the responsible dog owners who regularly clean up after their pets. Village Sign We are still waiting for the replacement strut to be carved and repairs to be completed on the Village Sign but are hopeful it will soon look as good as new. Summer Fete 2017 Thank you to everyone who made this years’ event so successful – the band were excellent and it was great to see so many families enjoying the sunshine. All raffle prizes were claimed so thank you to all who donated a prize.

Housing Needs Survey It has been a few years since the last Housing Needs Survey for Bozeat was completed and we are looking to do another one this year. Please do look out for your survey form – it is important that we know what housing is needed in the village for the future.

All Glazing Works Undertaken Replacement of Double Glazed Units with Condensation or Misted Up Glass uPVC Window Renewal & Repair Specialists

Allotments We still have a few vacant plots at the moment so if you would be interested in renting one please do get in touch with the Allotments Manager, Pat Driver, or the Clerk, Lyndis Payne.

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Street Doctor Did you know that you can report problems such as potholes in the road, overgrown hedges and trees etc online using the County Council’s Street Doctor system? Go to www.northamptonshire.gov.uk and choose Street Doctor from the A-Z menu. When you have submitted the report, you will receive emailed updates so you know what is happening. You can also use this system to report any faulty street lights.

Tel (01234) 712242 Olney, Bucks Mobile 07768 171021

Three Shires Glazing & Maintenance

Mrs Marjory Stanford We were very sorry to hear of the death of Marjory Stanford who served on Bozeat Parish Council for many years, including as Chairman. Marjory was also the Burial Registrar for Bozeat before she became a councillor and was always very community minded. Our sincere condolences go to Maurice and all who loved Marjory.

Christmas Lights 2017 Saturday, 2nd December 2017 is the date for this years’ Christmas Lights to be switched on so please put it in your diary now.

Traditional Glazier

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BOZEAT MATTERS REPORT FOR BOZEAT PARISH COUNCIL Submitted by Lyndis Payne [Clerk to Bozeat Parish Council] 65 Queen Street, Bozeat. Telephone 01933 664760 Email: [email protected] Website: www.bozeatparishcouncil.gov.uk

24hr Emergency Board up & glazing

Defibrillator The yellow box on the wall outside Sinclair Fabrics on London Road contains a defibrillator for use in an emergency. You only need to fetch the equipment if instructed to do so by the emergency services, who will also provide the code you need to open the

C.I.T.B. Registered

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DECEMBER - advance dates Fri 1 Bozeat School Grandparents Breakfast & Christmas Activity Fri 1 FOBs Christmas Fayre at Bozeat School 3.30 – 5.30 pm Sat 2 Christmas Lights switch on Sun 3 Cafe Connections 9.30 – 11.30 am Church Community Hall Mon 4 Coffee Evening in aid of the homeless from 7 pm at 50 Allens Hill Thur 7 Seasonal evening for St Mary's Church 7 pm at Chris's, 89 London Road. Mulled wine & mince pies Thur 7 Environmental Care Group 2.30 pm starting on the Village Green Fri 8 Library van – Church Hall 5.40 – 6.26 pm, Fullwell Road 6.30 – 7.10pm Sun 10 RISE: Relaxed Interactive Service for Everyone 9.15 am St Mary's Church Sun 10 Carols 6 pm Easton Maudit Church Wed 13 Women's Institute, Music Entertainment by 2's Company + Christmas meal - 7.30 pm in TLC Sat 16 Festive Fun Day at Emmaus - All day event for all the family with fun Christmas activities Sat 16 Windmill Singers Christmas Concert 7.30 pm Church Community Hall Wed 20 Last day of school for children at Bozeat School Thur 21 Training Day – Bozeat School Please note: As space is limited we don’t include weekly events/clubs in the village diary, only fortnightly/monthly or one off events. See the website for information on all clubs, meeting days and times.

PAT DRIVER Happy 70th Birthday Pat! on 17th October Love & best wishes from Chrissie, Dorothy, Jill, Julia, Maureen, Sue

JUNE FARROW 8.6.1937 June would like to say a big THANK YOU for all the love, good wishes, cards and gifts on my 80th Birthday. Very special love to you all xxx

TOM PARTRIDGE-UNDERWOOD We would love to wish Tom Partridge-Underwood a very happy belated 65th Birthday and wish him a long, happy and healthy retirement. Lots of love - All the family

YARDLEY ARTS presents The Big Draw - a nationwide drawing event at The Old School Hall, The Square, Yardley Hastings from Saturday 21st to Friday 27th October (half term) free daily workshops and drop-in sessions It’s not just for the kids, it’s a family event, if you want to have a go at drawing – come and join in! For more info call Jane on 01604 696944 or Polly on 01604 696906 www.yardleyarts.org Culminating in our LAUNCH PARTY - and you are all invited! Friday 27th October from 6.00 pm A chance to see the work created during the BIG DRAW workshops Drinks & Nibbles YARDLEY ARTS CIC IS A LOCAL NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO BUILDING OUR CREATIVE COMMUNITY

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Earls Barton Rally & Country Fayre Earls Barton Rally & Country Fayre Feast Tea – St Mary's Church 4.30 pm prior to Songs of Praise at 6 pm Earls Barton Rally & Country Fayre Charity Quiz night at The Red Lion

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Bozeat Players Panto script read-through 7.30 pm Church Community Hall Cafe Connections 9.30 – 11.30 am Church Community Hall Training Day – Bozeat School Training Day – Bozeat School Windmill Singers rehearsals re-commence 7.30 pm TLC Bozeat school re-starts after summer holiday Patient Participation Group 'Open Time' 6.30 – 8 pm Wollaston Surgery – free tea/coffee & scone Environmental Care Group 2.30 pm starting on the Village Green Library van – Church Hall 5.40 – 6.26 pm, Fullwell Road 6.30 – 7.10 pm Bozeat Players Panto script read-through 7.30 pm Church Community Hall Pamper event at TLC 2 – 4 pm – Free! - donations to cover costs RISE: Relaxed Interactive Service for Everyone 9.15 am St Mary's Church – Parable of the Lost Sheep AGM Bozeat Playing Field Association 7.30 pm at the Pavilion Coffee Morning for St Mary's Church at Margaret & Gordon's, Newlands Farm, Harrold Road 10 am – 12 noon. Raffle, cakes, bring & buy Women's Institute, Street / School Pastors by Karen Dhlamini - 7.30 pm in TLC NAB mobile unit - opposite Hind Hotel, Wellingborough 10 am - 1 pm All:Starz re-starts at TLC 6 pm Bozeat Players Panto auditions 7.30 pm Church Community Hall Cafe Connections 9.30 – 11.30 am Church Community Hall Harvest Festival 9.15 am St Mary's Church Harvest Supper & sale St Mary's Church 7 pm Dingbats Parish Council Meeting 7 pm Schoolroom at TLC The Tea Room Lunch-In Open Door @TLC re-starts 7 – 9 pm Alpha Introduction Supper 7.30 – 9.30 pm in the Church Community Hall Patient Participation Group 'Open Time' 10 am – 12 noon Bozeat Surgery – free tea/coffee & scone Harvest Festival 6 pm Easton Maudit Church Open Evening from 5 pm University of Northampton Park Campus Harvest Supper 7 pm Easton Maudit Church 28

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Environmental Care Group 2.30 pm starting on the Village Green Cafe Connections 9.30 – 11.30 am Church Community Hall Women's Institute, Masquerade – the history of masks by Christine Farmer - 7.30 pm TLC Library van – Church Hall 5.40 – 6.26 pm, Fullwell Road 6.30 – 7.10 pm Armistice Day muster at the cemetery 10.40 am, short address, 2 minutes silence, wreath laying, then to the Red Lion to toast absent friends Remembrance Day Service 10.15 am St Mary's Church followed by march to village green, then coffee/tea etc at The Red Lion Cafe Connections 9.30 – 11.30 am Church Community Hall TLC 165th Anniversary! Service 2.30 pm, speaker: William PartridgeUnderwood. With Great Park Street Church musicians, followed by tea Parish Council Meeting 7 pm Schoolroom at TLC Health visitor will attend Bozeat Baby and Toddler group Winter Fayre & Lunch in the Church Community Hall. Lunch at 12.30 pm and Fayre at 2 pm. Cream teas from 3 pm. Various stalls Charity Quiz night at The Red Lion 29

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