NSMRA – CAROL SINGING FULL DETAILS

NSMRA – CAROL SINGING FULL DETAILS

** Newsletter 14 December 2020 –


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Carol Singing tomorrow! – Full details

As mentioned in the last newsletter, the Association has received a licence from the local police to hold its regular charity carol singing on 15 December.

This must be carried out under Covid-19 guidelines. Please read the below if you’d like to take part, either by:
-Singing
-Collecting
-Listening

General Information

1. If you are Singing or Collecting, please meet at the corner of Haliburton and Northcote Road at 5.30pm on 15 December. Please ensure that you social distance and have a mask in your possession which preferably should be worn unless singing.

2. We propose to follow the usual route, from the Church up Haliburton Road to a little way past the junction with Heron Road, then across to Newry and back down again. We calculate that there will be gaps of 10-12 minutes between stops. So we expect to reach the Heron/Haliburton Road junction by about 6.15pm, and half way down Newry Road by about 6.40pm.

3. At each stop we will sing two or three songs. The first will, we hope, attract your attention and the other one or two, well, perhaps you’d like to join in from the front of your houses. You can find the words here Carols They will fit on four pages if downloaded as a Word file.

4. Although we hope we can have a bit of fun, there is a more serious objective here, and that is to raise funds for the local food bank. If you feel able to contribute, you can do this in two ways:
a. By placing notes and coins in the collection buckets which will be carried around.
b. By contributing electronically via (this link) .

5. If you are collecting, please remember:
a. An adult must be in charge of the collection bucket at all times. uk.virginmoneygiving.com/NSMRA
b. As you will be knocking on doors, please ensure you have a mask on at all times.
c. The protocol is to knock on doors, and then retire to a social distance, leaving the bucket accessible to the resident, and to collect it when the resident has retired.

6. Singers will be in groups of no more than 6 and will keep a safe distance from each other. If you would like to sing:
a. Please print out the words!
b. Please turn up to the rendezvous point on time or catch us up.

7. Children are welcome to take part, but a responsible adult must ensure that they respect social distancing.

8. Please remember that infections in our area are still rising and that we share responsibility for our own and others’ safety. If you want to listen, please do so from your front area.

9. Volunteers are still welcomed:
a. To sing or play an instrument. Please use the Contact us form.
b. To collect. The terms of the licence forbid anyone under the age of 16 to collect, but younger residents may assist an adult so long as the adult has custody of the collection box. Please use the  . Collectors should observe social distancing as above.

For obvious reasons we won’t be able to do the mulled wine and mince pies this year. Reminder: Meeting point at 5.30pm on the corner of Haliburton and Northcote.

And more Christmassy yet

Keep an eye out for the wonderful local window advent calendars all around our streets.

NSMRA – GRAND ANNUAL STREET SALE PLANNING MEETING

Newsletter 2 July 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

Grand Annual Street Sale

 

Every year since time began, we have all had stuff we want to get rid of.  And NSMRA has provided the answer in our neighbourhood through the medium of the Grand Annual Street Sale.   

So adjust your diaries to 31 August 2019 and mark that date with an indelible mark.  For the Grand Annual Street Sale (GASS) 2019 will happen thereon.    

So what is GASS? Essentially, we turn our curtilages into stalls, selling our stuff to each other, and to those who come from outside in search of the Titian that has been sitting in your attic, or the surplus plums from your tree, the eel and quince preserve you have lovingly created, or your mother in law.

The main activity takes place around the church, and tables are available there if you are far away.

But that is not all.  Because before the Street Sale is the Beating of the Bounds.  Imagine a benign Pied Piper of Hamelin, leading children on a willow-frond powered rampage through our streets.

Is there no end to this excitement? Probably not. But can you help? If you can please come to the…
 

GASS PLANNING MEETING

9 July 2019 at 155 Haliburton Road.  7.30pm.  Bring your ideas.

 

 

Dates for your diary

31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – URGENT REQUEST FOR HELP

Newsletter  19 June 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

Church Roof Damage.
Low flying helicopter: 
witnesses sought.

Revd Richard Frank has asked whether anyone saw or heard the low flying helicopter which appears to have dislodged tiles at around 11pm on 24 May 2019 and is prepared to give a statement as to what happened.  If so, could you please contact Jon Wooden on jonwoodenallsouls@gmail.com

 

 

22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – RIVER CELEBRATION DAY

Newsletter 18 June 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

Time to get your feet wet with…


The 42nd! ANNUAL RIVER CELEBRATION DAY
Saturday 22 June 2019
 
Celebrate our fabulous river, meet neighbours, and have fun!
 
Since 1977, our local River Celebration Day, organised by the Tidal Crane Association and supported by Thames 21 has been an opportunity for neighbours and their families to get together and enjoy the river. 

All local residents interested in our wonderful river are very welcome. 

What’s it all about?
10.30am: meet for coffee at Willow Cottage, 9 Talbot Road, TW7 7HG followed by River Clearing + History Walk along the upper reaches of the Tidal Crane (ends approx 12.30pm). Older children (7+) welcome but must be accompanied by parents at all times. Waders and rubbish collection equipment will be provided by Thames 21 www.thames21.org.ukyou need belt or belt loops on trousers to attach waders. Clothing: old trousers, socks and old trainers in case no waders fit, long sleeved top, warm top or sun hat/water depending on weather. If rainy, come anyway for a chat, coffee, nuggets of history, and information!
 
During the River Clearing there will be River Dipping for younger children (weather permitted). A chance to fish in the Crane and find out more about the creatures that live in it. Wear wellies and do bring a fishing net if you have one.  Children must be accompanied by parents.  Please come along to Willow Cottage coffee for safety briefing and venue information.

4pm: Family Tea + fun live music at 89 Haliburton Rd TW1 1PD (Carolyn and Richard’s)
Children welcome – please bring a cake or biscuits, home-made always especially welcome! Various children’s toys provided but feel free to bring some. Will go ahead whatever the weather!
  
8pm: Barbecue! (venue announced on the morning)   NO CHILDREN – 16+ or babes in arms only. Please bring something to cook on the fiery coals: it helps us if you can leave plastic packaging home if at all possible. Also either a salad or a pudding to share, as well as something to drink.

For information about River Celebration Day and lots more about the tidal Crane please see the Tidal Crane Association’s website

www.e-voice.org.uk/tca/. Please add your email address.

The Tidal Crane Association will have a collection at the coffee/tea/BBQ to cover printing costs. Information about invasive species will also available on the day. 

 

Big Lunch report

 
This was successful despite having to be moved into the Church on account of mercurial weather.  Many thanks to All Souls for their hospitality.
 

Dates for your diary

22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – BIG LUNCH – IMPORTANT

Newsletter 16 June 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

BIG LUNCH 2019 TODAY
RAIN? NO PROBLEM

The weather is not delightful today!  So with thanks to All Souls, the Big Lunch will take place inside the church.  The bouncy castle is already set up inside the main hall, so the children’s activities will go ahead as planned.

We may need a little more time to set up, and any help would be appreciated.  We expect things to be ready by 1pm.

 

 

Dates for your diary

16 June 2019 – Big Lunch
22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – BIG LUNCH DETAILS AND ROAD CLOSURE

Newsletter 12 June 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

BIG LUNCH 2019
REMINDER this SUNDAY

You will have seen the posters all around the streets promoting the 10th Big Lunch.  What’s it all about???   Every year for the last decade the corner of Northcote Road and Haliburton Road has been given over to the Big Lunch. It’s a really simple idea.  You turn up, with friends and family, and find a place, sit down, and share your lunch with your neighbours and locals.  There are activities for children, provided by All Souls’ Church, and we are hoping for some live music; not forgetting the traditional raffle (with fantastic prizes) to pay for the insurance and the cost of closing off the road (see below).   

There are no tickets, it costs nothing – you just need to turn up with a smile.

Please note that there is a slight shortage of tables and chairs this year so if you can possibly bring a picnic table if you like nearby this will assist.  Also if you are free to help set up there are things to do from about 10.30am on Sunday! 


 
The road closure covers Northcote Road  from the junction of Newry Road to the end, and that part of Haliburton Road adjacent to the curtilage of the church.  Access to and egress from this area will be limited to emergency vehicles after about 11am until about 5pm.  It would be really helpful if you could move your car away from the core area which is more or less the area around the church.

 

 

Dates for your diary

16 June 2019 – Big Lunch
22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – URGENT MESSAGE ABOUT ROAD CLOSURE TUESDAY 4 JUNE

Newsletter  31 May 2019  number 2 –  nsmra.org/

 

Church Roof Works
Road closure Tuesday 4 June.

Apologies for sending out a second email today, but we’ve just received an urgent request from Revd Richard Frank to publicise the very necessary  arrangements for making the church roof safe, which involve a road closure.  If you use the part of Northcote Road between Haliburton Road and Newry Road, please make sure you read the full details on the link below.

 

 

Dear Neighbours

Many will know about the lost tiles last Friday night from the church roof (turns out, most likely, to have been caused by a Police Helicopter!!)…

We need (of course) to fix the damage and have to bring in an enormous cherry-picker to do that as swiftly as possible on Tuesday next week (4th June).

We’re embarrassed that this work will cause fuss and inconvenience… Sorry!

Please read my letter and all the details here online: 
www.allsoulschurch.org.uk/roof-repairs/

Richard Frank (Rev) – Vicar
__________________________________________

 

Residents’ Meeting

To talk about the arrangements for the Big Lunch: Wednesday 5 June at 155 HALIBURTON ROAD at 7/30pm.  

 

Dates for your diary

16 June 2019 – Big Lunch
22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – BIG LUNCH DETAILS AND MEETING

Newsletter  31 May 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

BIG LUNCH 2019

You will have seen the posters all around the streets promoting the 10th Big Lunch.  What’s it all about???   Every year for the last decade the corner of Northcote Road and Haliburton Road has been given over to the Big Lunch. It’s a really simple idea.  You turn up, with friends and family, and find a place, sit down, and share your lunch with your neighbours and locals.  There are activities for children, provided by All Souls’ Church, and we are hoping for some live music; not forgetting the traditional raffle to pay for the insurance and the cost of closing off the road (see below).   

There are no tickets, it costs nothing – you just need to turn up with a smile.

It’s great fun. But as with all these things, a helping hand would not go amiss!  Bunting needs putting up, tables and chairs need arranging, and there’s a clear up to do at the end.  If you can assist, do not shy away, please complete the form at this link.
 
The road closure covers Northcote Road  from the junction of Newry Road to the end, and that part of Haliburton Road adjacent to the curtilage of the church.  Access to and egress from this area will be limited to emergency vehicles after about 11am until about 5pm.  It would be really helpful if you could move your car away from the core area which is more or less the area around the church.

Residents’ Meeting

To talk about the arrangements for the Big Lunch: Wednesday 5 June at 155 HALIBURTON ROAD at 7/30pm.  

 

Dates for your diary

16 June 2019 – Big Lunch
22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

 

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NSMRA – AGM reminder

Newsletter  7 May 2019   –  nsmra.org/

 

NSMRA AGM TOMORROW REMINDER!

You will have seen the posters all around the streets, but please take this as a gentle reminder that the AGM will be on 8 May 2019, in the Little Hall, All Souls’ Church.  The meeting will start at 7.30pm, but a glass of wine and a warm welcome and a chance to mingle will be there from 7pm.   On the Agenda:

Apologies
Last Years’ Minutes (draft available from this link)
Reports from Chairs and Treasurer
Election of Officers (nominations can be taken at the meeting or by email in reply to this newsletter)
Neighbourhood Watch
Local issues
Social Events – list below – help and input always needed!
AOB (if you have specific items to raise, by all means email)


So why not come along and take part in your association?  Also, if you live near a recently arrived resident, please tell them about this Newsletter and the Association, which is starting its 17th year.   

 

Dates for your diary

8 May 2019 – AGM (see above)
16 June 2019 – Big Lunch
22 June 2019 – River Celebration Day
31 August 2019 – Grand Annual Street Sale
12 October 2019 – International Food Day (provisional)

 

Big Lunch – 10th anniversary

This year’s Big Lunch is the 10th one that the Association and All Souls’ Church have collaborated upon.  For anyone new to the area, the Big Lunch involves closing off the area around the corner of Northcote Road and Haliburton Road, setting out loads of tables and chairs and saying to anyone who’d like to take part, neighbours, congregation, friends, all:  come along, and share your lunch with others.  There are activities for children, a raffle, and music (that depends on you, by the way).  If it rains, then sanctuary is offered by the church.   It’s always fun.  Because it’s the 10th anniversary, shall we do something special?  An item for the AGM…

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