The Friends of St.Barnabas’ are proud to announce The Village Lantern Event and Santa Parade will be held on Sunday 17th December as detailed in the Read More section below.
The Lantern Event and procession will lead down to the Carol Service at the church
If you would like to purchase Lantern Kits (brown bags + tea lights - you need to provide your own glass jars) they are 50p each or £5 for 10. Don’t worry if you don’t have any glass jars, we have plenty spare so please
We will be selling Lantern Kits door to door over the coming weekend
*If you live outside the village and not on the parade route and wish to buy Lantern Kits please let us know. (We will need some ‘gaps' filled in various areas)!!
Christmas services at St Barnabas' Peasemore
Sunday 3rd December - 6pm Downland Advent Carol Service
Sunday 17th December - 6pm Carol Service
Christmas Day - 11am Family Communion
Other services nearby
Midnight Mass: St Mary's Chieveley (11pm) or All Saints West Ilsley (11:30pm)
Christmas Day: Beedon (9:30), Boxford (9:30), Chieveley (11:00), Farnborough (11:00), Oare (08:30), Peasemore (11:00), Stockcross (11:00), West Ilsley (09:30), Winterbourne (09:30)
The dates are set, the marquees booked, the bands being auditioned and the beers and wines being tasted.
Lots more details to follow but this is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend full of events for all the family so book it in your diary now
With colder weather on the way, West Berkshire Council is ready to keep people on the move with its winter plan for key routes across the district. From Monday 30 October the Council monitors the weather and will grit roads whenever road temperatures are forecast to fall below zero with a hoar frost.
Primary routes, which account for 40% of the district's almost 800 miles of road, will be gritted whenever a frost or ice is forecast. These routes include all A and B roads and some strategically important C roads, will be gritted when a frost or ice is forecast. Secondary routes, which make up 20% of the highway network, will be gritted once frosty or icy conditions have been experienced for an unbroken period of 72 hours or greater (i.e., sub-zero temperatures experienced through the period for 3 continuous days and nights)
FROM Highways England:
Maintenance work to replace the beams and waterproofing material to the bridges which carry the M4 over the B4009 Hampstead Norreys Road near Hermitage, Brocks Lane near Frilsham and Burnt Hill Road has now started.
As previously advised, during work to demolish and install the bridge deck beams, specialist working methods and equipment will be required which will include larger cranes that will sit across all lanes of the motorway.
To allow this work to take place we will be fully closing the M4 east and westbound carriageways between junctions 12 and 13 over the following entire weekend periods (9pm Friday through to 5am Monday):
- Friday 24 to Monday 27 November 2017
- Friday 8 to Monday 11 December 2017
- Friday 15 to Monday 18 December 2017
- Friday 12 to Monday 15 January 2018
- Friday 19 to Monday 22 January 2018 (contingency)
Peasemore Parish Council Meeting
Tuesday 14th November 2017
Peasemore Village Hall
Peasemore Village Hall
Free Entry & Family Friendly
Bar & Food being served
Bring your friends and family to Peasemore’s very first Artisan Market!
We have lots of stalls showcasing our very own talented designers and crafts people - greeting cards, beautiful jewellery, unique stained glass and woodcraft gifts, homewares, food and textiles but to name a few. There’s sure to be something to tempt you into a little early Christmas shopping as there’ll be gifts for all ages to suit everyone’s pockets.
As well as a unique shopping experience there will be a bar - serving amongst our other usual drinks - a range of local beers, plus a pop up cafe serving hot turkey rolls (vegetarian option too).
So come along and meet your friends and neighbours over a glass of wine or beer, buy a ticket or two for the raffle, and enjoy an early festive evening out.
Proceeds from the evening will go towards refurbishing the children’s playground at the Cricket Pitch
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