Latest Update Now We Can Meet Indoors.

Updated: May 23

After weeks of not been able to meet indoors we are finally starting to resume clubs and events.

This Sat 10.00am - 12 noon. is the Christian Aid Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy Cake Stall, Raffle. (Profits to christian aid)

Cafe@the foyer has resumed 10.00-12.00 Mondays for now.


Also for anyone who has not read this weeks Courant column here is a copy of what Carole has written

Note:- the paper also included last weeks submission that was not printed last week.


Welcome to the second week in May

A very cold and wet May is upon us but slowly we are opening –

On 17th May Coffee (still social distance) is happening once again in the Parish Hall, “The 60s 80s who cares “exercise classes by Linda Sheppard will recommence that week too.

Carpet Bowls Club is meeting again from Monday 17th, with limited numbers at this stage. Excited to announce that 'Hope Yoga’ RETURNS with 'Calming evening yoga' every Wednesday from 19th May at 6.45p.m - the best way to let go of your day! (Main Village hall) and a NEW 'introduction to Yoga' 6-week series for complete beginners, starting Thursday 20th at 10.30a.m. Millennium Hall. Both classes run for 1 hour. Clare would be so happy to see you on the mat -and in person! All welcome but please be aware spaces are limited, If you require any further details or wish to book; www.hope-yoga.com or Clare on 07956407905. Clare would be so happy to see you on the mat -and in person! All welcome but please be aware spaces are limited If you require any further details or wish to book; www.hope-yoga.com or Clare on 07956407905 .

The Drop In will be starting back on Tuesday May 25th with a special open afternoon in the Parish Hall garden, weather permitting. All are welcome to drop in for a cuppa and a chat about our future plans, questionnaires for our get-together will be available in Both Halls. We haven't yet confirmed an indoor start date-Whatever is decided we will be in the Millennium Hall for now on-17th to 23rd is national Dementia Awareness week and Alzheimer's Dementia Action week, which we've been asked to support locally. Their theme is that, although Dementia is not yet curable, the broken care system is. So many people just don't want to think about it, but I still believe the villages role is to welcome anyone in need of company to mix in a supportive environment.

Carole Craig-Gilby

Riding Mill Courant Village News



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