Sadly, we have to announce that Willingham Action Group, in discussion with the other groups who put on Feast events, have decided the situation with Covid-19 is too uncertain to allow us to plan and hold events this autumn. Most of our regular events would be difficult to put on while maintaining safety and social distancing. Should the situation change for the better in the spring some events may take place then. It’s obvious that residents have been following guidelines and keeping the village safe, all should be congratulated.
Willingham News Online
We are sad not to be able to produce and deliver paper copies of Willingham News this month because of Government restrictions, but glad that it’s available to read here. Please send us your contributions for the next and future issues. The deadline for contributions for the August issue it will be 8 August as we will revert to a printed version for September.
If you just click the mouse on the image of the August Willingham News – to the right or on the menu box above – it will automatically download a pdf version and you can scroll downwards through the August issue. You can email articles, anecdotes and photos to email@example.com It would be great to hear from some of the children in the village too with stories and pictures.
Find out all about the past to the present history of the Gardening Club here
Willingham Action Group is branching out to encourage more sustainability in our community. As a start, we would like to invite you to take a pledge to reduce your consumption of plastics. We will be holding a draw just before Christmas of all the names we receive and are offering a prize of a hamper with a difference. Click here for more….
More on this topic can be seen on the Willingham Gardening Club page under the top heading of ‘About Willingham’ or by clicking here
Hello all Willingham gardening enthusiasts. Bearing in mind that the village Horticulture and Craft Show has had to be cancelled this year, how about sharing all your gardening triumphs and failures with us with a view to a harvest flourish finale in September and October? We would love to hear from you all, especially our young budding gardeners.
You can email articles, anecdotes and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and your photos will be published in colour! It would be great to hear from some of the children in the village too with stories and pictures. We look forward to seeing photos of your best flowers and vegetables; what’s happening in your garden or allotment, and anything the children are doing, be it just growing something on a window sill in a plastic supermarket container.