GRAND ANNUAL STREET SALE REMINDER
The posters have been up for a month, and if you have not seen them, don’t panic, one is reproduced here.
The Street Sale is not just a chance to get rid of those things that have been occupying space in your house for the last ten years and you can’t remember why.
You can also sell crafts, surplus produce and other stuff. You decide. Most of the stalls will be near to the church, and if you live in the adjacent roads, you can set up in front of your house.
In addition, there will be tables available near the church if you would prefer to set up there. NSMRA asks for a small donation of £2 per stall (£5 for stalls which cannot be regarded as local).
We’re expecting some stallholders to be selling food and snacks, so come well starved.
The event is preceded by the
Beating of the Bounds
This is a crazy children’s procession open to any child of any age really. Meet at 11am (in fancy dress if desired) at the Northcote Bridge! It’s great fun.
Four years ago, the Association marked the centenary of the start of the First World War with a series of events which were centred around the names of local people who died during that terrible conflict.
It is proposed to commemorate the end of that War with a performance of poetry, prose and song on 11 November 2018, which is a Sunday. It will be a community event, as it was before, and if you would like to participate in it, please get in touch, particularly if you would like to sing, or get involved in stage or sound management.
We are also raising money to pay for sound equipment, and if you know of a local sponsor, please get in touch. Or if you would like to sponsor the event, even better!
In any event, please put the date in your diaries.
The Association has relaunched its website. The link is: nsmra.org/
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