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  • King’s Sutton Times No 213 June 2019

    Front cover photograph by permission of Lee Oliver

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    View from the Village I open my blinds on a morning and I truly have a beautiful view of the Village.

    The lime trees on the ‘rec’ are in full leaf, the grass is lush and as I write the sun is shining down.

    Later in the day, the children will come along and I hear sounds of laughter and fun, and if I stand outside everyone stops and says hello. It is truly heart-warming to be back in King’s Sutton.

    King’s Sutton is a magical village, there is something about it that gives you a feeling of belonging, if you are thinking

    better place.

    As is usual for the June issue you

    Parish Council and our District Councillor, Gregor Hopkins, who is unfortunately standing down due to other commitments, we thank him for all of his hard work over the last few years and wish him and his family well in the future.

    We also thank all of our Councillors for their hard work over the year; you will

    following pages.

    You will notice a poster for volunteering with Girl Guides in this issue. King’s Sutton resident Angela Ant is wanting to re-establish a Girl Guide group in the village. The new group will hopefully start in September. Angela is happy to speak to anyone who is also interested in helping with the group. Please contact Angela on 07442 504663.

    The King’s Sutton Times team hope that you have a wonderful summer with some wonderful weather. Enjoy!


    King’s Sutton 50+ Club It is £8.00 for the year to join. We meet the second Wednesday of the month at 2.30pm in the Millennium Memorial Hall, this seems to be a good time for people to meet. As always if you wish to be on the committee we do meet on a Monday 12pm at Keith’s house so let me know. The next events are:

    June 12th Visit to Trentham Gardens cost £24.00 includes entrance. 8pm start Orchard Way, Newlands and Banbury Lane.

    July 12th Mr Andrew Moss will talk on the history

    August 14th A trip to Weston Super Mare, contact Keith on 811934 for information. King’s Sutton Garden Club Meetings are held once a month on the last Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm in the Millennium Memorial Hall. The fee for the year 2019 will be £12.00 - still extremely good value, also visitors fee per meeting is £2.00 this includes tea or coffee. Our next events are:

    June 26th Home Composting.

    July 31st Annual General Meeting all welcome.

    August 10th - The Annual Show Show schedules are available from

    Hall - entry fee is 30p per entry, children free.

    If you wish to enter the show the entry night is August 7th 2019 between 6.30pm and 8pm in the

    Village diary

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    Millennium Memorial Hall, no entry forms will be accepted on the day of the show.

    There will be an extra attraction at the show of an Art & Craft Exhibition in the small hall.

    For more details contact Lynette 01295 812815 or Susanne 01295 811661.

    Please support the show, it is a Village show!!!

    Womens Institute Our meetings are held in the small hall of the KSMM Hall at 7.30pm on the third Wednesday of each month. Visitors and ideas are welcome.

    June 19th A cuddly evening with Dr Gillian White telling the WI about ‘The Huggable History of Teddy Bears’.

    July 17th A craft evening with knitting, crocheting and straw making being just a few of the crafts demonstrated and encouraged to try.

    August 21st An informal Knit ‘n’ Natter evening held in a members home. Please ring 07484 168574 for the address and time, if you wish to attend this entertainment evening.

    September 18th Ann Sharman telling us all about the ‘Story of Christmas, along with the Customs and Traditions’. . King’s Sutton Film Society As members are aware, we close down for the summer (we are trying to alter

    this situation) but we look forward to seeing you at our forthcoming showings.

    Unfortunately at the time of going to print we do not have the names of the

    The following are the dates for your diaries:

    September 11th October 2nd November 6th December 4th

    Hall on a Wednesday evening. I will be happy for you to call me for an update on titles on 01295 810744 Jacqui Creed.

    Memorial Hall Coffee Shop. Every Monday and Friday morning in the large hall. £1.50 for a bottomless pot of tea or coffee with biscuits.

    which go to helping out with the activities put on by the Coffee Shop.

    Our new Bingo sessions on a Monday morning once a month are doing well. Our next session will be on June 10th, 10.30 am sharp. A big thank you to everyone who comes to support us.

    Everyone is welcome, so come along and make new friends and enjoy the morning.

    Contact Liz on 07801 541962 for more information.

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    Parish Church News

    Dee’s Delights continue to delight us, the next one being on 22nd June. Please come along and support this very worthy event which provides vital funds for our Church.


    This event is one of the most enjoyable in the life of our Village, Don’t miss it.

    Thank you to all of the Villagers who

    and who helped with the planting and general tidying up of our beautiful Churchyard on Saturday 18th May. Your hard work was very much appreciated.

    We are hoping to make this a community event. It you are interested please contact Dee on 01295 811961.


    The Catholic Congregation meets for Mass at 9am each Sunday in the Parish Church. Fr. James Evans is the parish priest. 01295 660592.

    Summer at King’s Sutton Baptist Church: Come and Join Us

    Coffee Morning: Wednesdays 10:30- 12noon

    The King’s Kitchen: Wednesdays fortnightly, 12:30pm - 2:30pm from 5th June. A community lunch in our cafe space. Sandwiches, Toasties, Soup and Cakes. Small Pre-School play space available.

    Brigade: Thursdays, All Sections 6:30pm - 8pm

    Foodie Fridays: 12:30pm-2:30pm For those over 60. Enjoy a home cooked meal and an afternoon of entertainment. £6.50 per week. Contact Jane on 07967 799817 for information.

    Youth Club, Fridays 7-8:30pm For those in year 6+. Join us for fun, faith, games, food, entertainment and challenge.

    Messy Church: 2nd Sunday of the Month, 10am start. Each session will start with a light brunch followed by the usual messy church service and activities. Messy Church is for all ages.

    Looking ahead: festival on the 7th/8th September, encouraging as many people/groups to take part as possible. Look out for more information closer to the time.

    Our hall is available for hire. For details and rates please email Chris at

    For information about activities or events email or call 01295 812436.

    King’s Sutton in Bloom This is an annual competition sponsored by the Parish Council and the Garden Club.

    It is open to all properties in King’s Sutton whose garden frontages, and/or pots, containers and hanging baskets are judged on the attractiveness of the colour, quality and structure of the planting. (The competition does not include rear gardens and gardens that cannot be seen from the road.)

    Judging takes place at the very end

    round is by a judging specialist.

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    Village diary cont:

    Judges do not enter any gardens but will base their judgement on what they see from the roadside.

    There is no entry fee for this competition although cash prizes are awarded for the three top gardens at the Annual Horticultural Show in August.

    Why not showcase your garden frontage this year! You may be rewarded for your efforts!

    THURSDAY SHOPPER King’s Sutton to Banbury - Weekly Service - a bus which is right up your street being a bus for passengers of all ages and pockets - £3 return fare – don’t miss it!

    Coach Operator: Cheney Coaches Ltd

    Subsidised by King’s Sutton Parish Council the Thursday shopper welcomes on board passengers from across the age range and generations