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New Pilates Classes  - Cutthorpe Institute Classes will be run on Tuesdays 1.30-2.30pm starting 8th January 2019. They will run in term time on a block booking basis. The first block will be 6 weeks and the classes are £7.50 per class. The first January class will be a free taster, contact Laura for to express an interest and find out more information. Telephone: 07773819663, email laura@willowtreepilates.co.uk Laura is a practicing nurse and a qualified Pilates teacher. The classes are suitable for both men and women of all ages and abilities. No experience is necessary. Participants will need to bring a mat if they have one (a few spares available), water to drink and wear comfortable clothing, leggings/joggers and t-shirt plus a jumper/sweatshirt for use during warm up. Socks or bare feet are required. The benefits of Pilates include improvements to strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, mobility, posture, reduced aches and pains and release of stress.  Another class will be run in Barlow hall on Wednesday evenings. Discussion Group John Robinson’s discussion group  have regular meetings, including the topics of schools and education and "Social media: Good or evil". Everyone welcome, anyone interested should contact John - applewoods@talktalk.net or phone 232230 / 07847 373207. Cutthorpe 2000 Committee The Cutthorpe 2000 committee was formed to organise activities and events for the village such as the popular Jazz Evening at the Institute, the litter pick and funded the Great Get Together in June. They also pay for the production of the Cutthorpe Calendar and the new planters to be placed in the village in the near future.  The next Cutthorpe 2000 meeting is to be held in January 2019, date and venue to be confirmed. Anyone is welcome to come along if you’d like to get involved in or have suggestions for village activities. If you’re interested just turn up or contact David Catton - d.j.catton@virginmedia.com If anyone has any news or events to add to this page please contact cutthorpeinfo@gmail.com or Hilary Sinclair on 297749

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Three Merry Lads Wednesday night is curry night, Quiz night on Thursday, Friday night - Fish & Fizz.  Tuesday lunchtime sees a 2 course roast meal for £4.95.  Plenty to enjoy. Village Choir John Thurstan’s choir, “The Merry Lads and Lassies”, will be restarting on Friday 11th January 2019 at the Institute from 7.30-9.00 pm. Anyone welcome to come along and join them.  For more information phone John on 231336  Cutthorpe Village Charity Update We have now held 3 meetings to discuss the setting up of this Charity have submitted our application to the Charity Commission. If all goes well we should hear their response by the end of January 2019. We are pleased to have been able to recruit some village residents who have come forward to make up the first group of trustees. We won’t be adding any more for the initial set up but we are always pleased to hear from people who might like to get involved in the future as a healthy turnover is what we would hope to achieve. The initial purpose of the charity will be to bring together some of the current activities that go on in the village under one financial accounting set up, and in the future enable us to create more.  We will be looking to find out what other undertakings the residents of Cutthorpe would appreciate. An update on the Charity will appear in the March Newsletter and in the meantime you can find out more information in a Question and Answer page on the village charity page. Ideas and involvement are very welcome either at this stage or as we progress. Please contact  Arlene Honeyman at arleneandpeter@aol.com for more information. Village Plan Brampton Parish Council (covering Old Brampton and Wadshelf and Cutthorpe) have decided that it would develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the three villages. Work is going ahead on developing this with a view to protecting the village and its assets. Details of this can be downloaded here, if you’d like to get involved contact David Catton - d.j.catton@virginmedia.com. Newsletter The December 2018 issue of the Cutthorpe Newsletter is out, if you haven’t received yours it can be downloaded here
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New Pilates Classes  - Cutthorpe Institute Classes will be run on Tuesdays 1.30-2.30pm starting 8th January 2019. They will run in term time on a block booking basis. The first block will be 6 weeks and the classes are £7.50 per class. The first January class will be a free taster, contact Laura for to express an interest and find out more information. Telephone: 07773819663, email laura@willowtreepilates.co.uk Laura is a practicing nurse and a qualified Pilates teacher. The classes are suitable for both men and women of all ages and abilities. No experience is necessary. Participants will need to bring a mat if they have one (a few spares available), water to drink and wear comfortable clothing, leggings/joggers and t-shirt plus a jumper/sweatshirt for use during warm up. Socks or bare feet are required. The benefits of Pilates include improvements to strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, mobility, posture, reduced aches and pains and release of stress.  Another class will be run in Barlow hall on Wednesday evenings. Discussion Group John Robinson’s discussion group  have regular meetings, including the topics of schools and education and "Social media: Good or evil". Everyone welcome, anyone interested should contact John - applewoods@talktalk.net or phone 232230 / 07847 373207. Cutthorpe 2000 Committee The Cutthorpe 2000 committee was formed to organise activities and events for the village such as the popular Jazz Evening at the Institute, the litter pick and funded the Great Get Together in June. They also pay for the production of the Cutthorpe Calendar and the new planters to be placed in the village in the near future.  The next Cutthorpe 2000 meeting is to be held in January 2019, date and venue to be confirmed. Anyone is welcome to come along if you’d like to get involved in or have suggestions for village activities. If you’re interested just turn up or contact David Catton - d.j.catton@virginmedia.com If anyone has any news or events to add to this page please contact cutthorpeinfo@gmail.com or Hilary Sinclair on 297749

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Three Merry Lads Wednesday night is curry night, Quiz night on Thursday, Friday night - Fish & Fizz.  Tuesday lunchtime sees a 2 course roast meal for £4.95.  Plenty to enjoy. Village Choir John Thurstan’s choir, “The Merry Lads and Lassies”, will be restarting on Friday 11th January 2019 at the Institute from 7.30-9.00 pm. Anyone welcome to come along and join them.  For more information phone John on 231336  Cutthorpe Village Charity Update We have now held 3 meetings to discuss the setting up of this Charity have submitted our application to the Charity Commission. If all goes well we should hear their response by the end of January 2019. We are pleased to have been able to recruit some village residents who have come forward to make up the first group of trustees. We won’t be adding any more for the initial set up but we are always pleased to hear from people who might like to get involved in the future as a healthy turnover is what we would hope to achieve. The initial purpose of the charity will be to bring together some of the current activities that go on in the village under one financial accounting set up, and in the future enable us to create more.  We will be looking to find out what other undertakings the residents of Cutthorpe would appreciate. An update on the Charity will appear in the March Newsletter and in the meantime you can find out more information in a Question and Answer page on the village charity page. Ideas and involvement are very welcome either at this stage or as we progress. Please contact  Arlene Honeyman at arleneandpeter@aol.com for more information. Village Plan Brampton Parish Council (covering Old Brampton and Wadshelf and Cutthorpe) have decided that it would develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the three villages. Work is going ahead on developing this with a view to protecting the village and its assets. Details of this can be downloaded here, if you’d like to get involved contact David Catton - d.j.catton@virginmedia.com. Newsletter The December 2018 issue of the Cutthorpe Newsletter is out, if you haven’t received yours it can be downloaded here
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