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Cutthorpe Village Charity : Registered Charity no. 1183341
designed by Hilary Sinclair
Scarecrow making Three Merry Lads car park 4.00 pm Sunday 7th July This is fun for everyone and once again we’re hoping to up our game on the number and quality of the scarecrows. Straw, and some clothes, builders suits, etc are provided for our scarecrows but we need hats, scarfs and other colourful items so please leave your donations with Stuart (6 Common Lane) or bring things on the day. A BBQ will be on the go, everyone welcome. Cutthorpe Festival 2019

Well Dressing

The theme this year is ‘The Wizard of Oz’ The frame will be erected on Saturday 6th July, at the same time as putting up the bunting, meet 10.00 am at the top of Common Lane. With both tasks going on at the same time we are going to need as many willing helpers as possible so please come along. The clay will be put on after the frame has been erected and the marking out of the picture (barking) will be on July 7/8 followed by the filling in of the design with petals, leaves and flower heads. We’d love to see some new helpers this year so if you’d like to get involved you can just turn up during the day, even for an hour or two - someone there will explain what to do. There’s only room for a few people at a time around the frame but we also need contributions of flowers suitable to be used in the picture and people to collect them. On Monday 22nd July the flowers are cleared, the bark and clay removed and stored for next year. We’ll be needing help with this too. Contact Hilary Sinclair for more information or offer help - hilaryasinclair@gmail.com, 297749, 07973 429974 Cutthorpe Festival Programme Friday 12th 4.30 Scarecrow Judging 6.30 Well Blessing Service 7.30 – 10.30 Musical Entertainment - Cutthorpe Lads and Lassies choir and ThunderRoadz Saturday 13th 2.00 Festival Opens (stalls & Classic Cars 2.00 Classic cars, all afternoon 2.00 Dog Show/Dog Agility 2.15 Martial Arts Display 2.30 - 3.15 Holymoorside Brass Band 2.30 Great Lorenzo 3.00 Adult Fun Run Starts 3.15 Andy’s Aeroplanes Display 3.45 Children’s Colour Fun Run Starts 4.00 - 4.45 Holymoorside Brass Band 4.30 - 5.15 Children’s Sports 5.30 Bake Off /Fun Runs Prizegiving plus Raffle 5.30 – 7.30 Musical interlude Lydia & Sophie plus Jazz Dance with Annie 7.30 - 10.30 Open Mic Night – Just Alfie Sunday 14th 9.00 Clear Up plus Bacon Sandwiches – helpers needed Saturday And Sunday 2.00-4.00 Cream Teas at Institute Friday 12th July - Sunday 14th July See us on Facebook/cutthorpevillage Free entry all weekend

Friday 6.30-10.30

The Well Blessing service will take place as usual at 6.30 in the Institute followed by entertainment in the marquee. Following the successful Christmas entertainment by the Cutthorpe Choir they’ll be putting on an extended performance alongside the ThunderRoadz band.

Saturday 2.00-10.30 pm

A wide range of activities will be on during the afternoon with some new enertainments, so look out for the Children’s Colour Run, the Martial Arts display and a new addition to the Dog show - an Agility section to test your dog’s skills, should be fun. The usual popular festival regulars will be there including Classic Cars, The Great Lorenzo and an even wider range of stalls including a new food Stall. The Bake Off makes it’s regular popular appearance to test the skills of village bakers. This year the themes are: Kids bakes, Brownies, Victoria Sponge and Cookies. Entries need to be at the tent by 2.00 pm with an ingredients list. Judging should start at 2.15 and then the cakes will be sold off. If you are interested in being a judge (a strangely popular task!) contact euphemia.hodgkinson@hotmail.co.uk. Festival Fun Run - Saturday People can run with their dogs if they have one! Start is 3.00 pm from the Festival field. The route is mainly around Holmebrook Valley Park and is for 'fun' so please come along and take part to help raise funds to support the festival. Entry fee is £5.00 (under 15's free), which includes a free drink from the Festival Bar. Application forms are available here, from the Three Merry Lads, ken.lawrie@btinternet.com or enter on the day - register before 2.45 pm. If you can offer some help to marshal this event please contact Ken. The musical interlude between afternoon and evening entertainment will feature Lydia and Sophie playing and Annie (BJ & Dawn’s daughter) dancing. Open Mic night is being provided by Just Alfie, featuring local acts Sunday 2.00 - 4.00 pm Institute Art Show and Cream Teas

The Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you to all that completed the Neighbourhood Plan Survey we received well over 100 replies. The initial results were discussed on 11 February and the initial findings were that the Parish is a nice place to live, no dramatic changes are needed, views, buildings and wildlife should be preserved. Concerns are primarily connected with transport, highways and parking.

Discussion Group

Monthly dining and discussion group, meets in the Peacock. Anyone interested should contact John - applewoods@talktalk.net or phone 232230 / 07847 373207. If anyone has any news or events to add to this page please contact cutthorpeinfo@gmail.com or Hilary Sinclair on 297749

News

Three Merry Lads

There is a Motown Northern Soul evening with Frankie Heart booked for Friday 30th August, so put this in your diary. Opening Times are: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 12.00 -11.00pm Wednesday 4.00 -11.00 pm Friday, Saturday 12.00 - midnight Food is served on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 12.00-2.00 and 5.00-8.00 pm, Saturday 12.00-6.00 pm and Sunday Roast 12.00-5.00pm.

Environmental Tips for Cutthorpe

John Robinson’s Dining and Discussion group recently had a discussion on What we can do in Cutthorpe to help the Environment. This produced a list of ideas which can be downloaded here.

Cutthorpe Calendar 2020

It’s never too early to make a start on producing photos for the 2020 edition and an email address has been set up where you can forward anything you think might be suitable - calendarcutthorpe@hotmail.com.

Tots Play - Village Hall - 10.00-12.45 (3 sessions)

Tracey runs a Baby and Toddler Play Programme called Tots Play on Friday mornings in the Cutthorpe Village Hall New families are always welcome to join. The three different classes are Social Tots, Discovery Tots and Baby Development. See Regular Events (Friday) for more information

Village Choir

John Thurstan’s choir, “The Merry Lads and Lassies”, is currently meeting at the Institute from 7.30-9.00 pm on Friday evenings. Anyone is welcome to come along and join them, no experience needed. For more information phone John on 231336 or email j_w_thurstan@hotmail.com

Cutthorpe Charity Update

We are delighted to confirm that the Charity Commission have approved the application of the Cutthorpe Village Charity. Although the formal name of the charity is set it would be good to have a more descriptive working name. One suggestion so far is 'Cutthorpe forward' if you have any ideas, please do let us know. An update on the Charity will appear in every Newsletter and in the meantime you can find out more information in 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.

Newsletter

The June 2019 issue of the Cutthorpe Newsletter is out, if you haven’t received yours it can be downloaded here

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events & News
Cutthorpe Village Charity : Charity no. 1183341
© copyright Cutthorpe Village 2015
designed by Hilary Sinclair
Cutthorpe Village Derbyshire
Scarecrow making Three Merry Lads car park 4.00 pm Sunday 7th July This is fun for everyone and once again we’re hoping to up our game on the number and quality of the scarecrows. Straw, and some clothes, builders suits, etc are provided for our scarecrows but we need hats, scarfs and other colourful items so please leave your donations with Stuart (6 Common Lane) or bring things on the day. A BBQ will be on the go, everyone welcome. Cutthorpe Festival 2019

Well Dressing

The theme this year is ‘The Wizard of Oz’ The frame will be erected on Saturday 6th July, at the same time as putting up the bunting, meet 10.00 am at the top of Common Lane. With both tasks going on at the same time we are going to need as many willing helpers as possible so please come along. The clay will be put on after the frame has been erected and the marking out of the picture (barking) will be on July 7/8 followed by the filling in of the design with petals, leaves and flower heads. We’d love to see some new helpers this year so if you’d like to get involved you can just turn up during the day, even for an hour or two - someone there will explain what to do. There’s only room for a few people at a time around the frame but we also need contributions of flowers suitable to be used in the picture and people to collect them. On Monday 22nd July the flowers are cleared, the bark and clay removed and stored for next year. We’ll be needing help with this too. Contact Hilary Sinclair for more information or offer help - hilaryasinclair@gmail.com, 297749, 07973 429974 Cutthorpe Festival Programme Friday 12th 4.30 Scarecrow Judging 6.30 Well Blessing Service 7.30 – 10.30 Musical Entertainment - Cutthorpe Lads and Lassies choir and ThunderRoadz Saturday 13th 2.00 Festival Opens (stalls & Classic Cars 2.00 Classic cars, all afternoon 2.00 Dog Show/Dog Agility 2.15 Martial Arts Display 2.30 - 3.15 Holymoorside Brass Band 2.30 Great Lorenzo 3.00 Adult Fun Run Starts 3.15 Andy’s Aeroplanes Display 3.45 Children’s Colour Fun Run Starts 4.00 - 4.45 Holymoorside Brass Band 4.30 - 5.15 Children’s Sports 5.30 Bake Off /Fun Runs Prizegiving plus Raffle 5.30 – 7.30 Musical interlude Lydia & Sophie plus Jazz Dance with Annie 7.30 - 10.30 Open Mic Night – Just Alfie Sunday 14th 9.00 Clear Up plus Bacon Sandwiches – helpers needed Saturday And Sunday 2.00-4.00 Cream Teas at Institute Friday 12th July - Sunday 14th July See us on Facebook/cutthorpevillage Free entry all weekend

Friday 6.30-10.30

The Well Blessing service will take place as usual at 6.30 in the Institute followed by entertainment in the marquee. Following the successful Christmas entertainment by the Cutthorpe Choir they’ll be putting on an extended performance alongside the ThunderRoadz band.

Saturday 2.00-10.30 pm

A wide range of activities will be on during the afternoon with some new enertainments, so look out for the Children’s Colour Run, the Martial Arts display and a new addition to the Dog show - an Agility section to test your dog’s skills, should be fun. The usual popular festival regulars will be there including Classic Cars, The Great Lorenzo and an even wider range of stalls including a new food Stall. The Bake Off makes it’s regular popular appearance to test the skills of village bakers. This year the themes are: Kids bakes, Brownies, Victoria Sponge and Cookies. Entries need to be at the tent by 2.00 pm with an ingredients list. Judging should start at 2.15 and then the cakes will be sold off. If you are interested in being a judge (a strangely popular task!) contact euphemia.hodgkinson@hotmail.co.uk. Festival Fun Run - Saturday People can run with their dogs if they have one! Start is 3.00 pm from the Festival field. The route is mainly around Holmebrook Valley Park and is for 'fun' so please come along and take part to help raise funds to support the festival. Entry fee is £5.00 (under 15's free), which includes a free drink from the Festival Bar. Application forms are available here, from the Three Merry Lads, ken.lawrie@btinternet.com or enter on the day - register before 2.45 pm. If you can offer some help to marshal this event please contact Ken. The musical interlude between afternoon and evening entertainment will feature Lydia and Sophie playing and Annie (BJ & Dawn’s daughter) dancing. Open Mic night is being provided by Just Alfie, featuring local acts Sunday 2.00 - 4.00 pm Institute Art Show and Cream Teas

The Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you to all that completed the Neighbourhood Plan Survey we received well over 100 replies. The initial results were discussed on 11 February and the initial findings were that the Parish is a nice place to live, no dramatic changes are needed, views, buildings and wildlife should be preserved. Concerns are primarily connected with transport, highways and parking.

Discussion Group

Monthly dining and discussion group, meets in the Peacock. Anyone interested should contact John - applewoods@talktalk.net or phone 232230 / 07847 373207. If anyone has any news or events to add to this page please contact cutthorpeinfo@gmail.com or Hilary Sinclair on 297749

News

Three Merry Lads

There is a Motown Northern Soul evening with Frankie Heart booked for Friday 30th August, so put this in your diary. Opening Times are: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 12.00 -11.00pm Wednesday 4.00 -11.00 pm Friday, Saturday 12.00 - midnight Food is served on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 12.00-2.00 and 5.00-8.00 pm, Saturday 12.00-6.00 pm and Sunday Roast 12.00-5.00pm.

Environmental Tips for Cutthorpe

John Robinson’s Dining and Discussion group recently had a discussion on What we can do in Cutthorpe to help the Environment. This produced a list of ideas which can be downloaded here.

Cutthorpe Calendar 2020

It’s never too early to make a start on producing photos for the 2020 edition and an email address has been set up where you can forward anything you think might be suitable - calendarcutthorpe@hotmail.com.

Tots Play - Village Hall - 10.00-12.45 (3 sessions)

Tracey runs a Baby and Toddler Play Programme called Tots Play on Friday mornings in the Cutthorpe Village Hall New families are always welcome to join. The three different classes are Social Tots, Discovery Tots and Baby Development. See Regular Events (Friday) for more information

Village Choir

John Thurstan’s choir, “The Merry Lads and Lassies”, is currently meeting at the Institute from 7.30-9.00 pm on Friday evenings. Anyone is welcome to come along and join them, no experience needed. For more information phone John on 231336 or email j_w_thurstan@hotmail.com

Cutthorpe Charity Update

We are delighted to confirm that the Charity Commission have approved the application of the Cutthorpe Village Charity. Although the formal name of the charity is set it would be good to have a more descriptive working name. One suggestion so far is 'Cutthorpe forward' if you have any ideas, please do let us know. An update on the Charity will appear in every Newsletter and in the meantime you can find out more information in 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.

Newsletter

The June 2019 issue of the Cutthorpe Newsletter is out, if you haven’t received yours it can be downloaded here

Upcoming Events