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MinchLife Newsletter – 1st May 2024

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Hello everyone,

Again this newsletter is a little early due to holidays and other commitments.  May will be a busy month with the local elections and early Bank Holiday.  Spring is certainly in the air at last and the cows are due to return on Monday, 13th May!

As many of you know Minchlife not only produces this newsletter and hosts a website that includes the Directory of all the local businesses, clubs etc and the central calendar for the parish but it is also a Community Interest Company run by a group of local volunteers.  Amongst many other things we organise the Country Fayre (the next one is in 2025) but on 14th September 2024 there will be a Street Party and Minchlife Moo.  You might remember the first race started last year at the Fayre and was won by the Holy Cows!  Do put the date in your diary and perhaps get in training ….
Winner of the Jim Gregory Cup 2024 – Veronika Madsen
Veronika spends many, many hours in all weathers and at all times of the year, no matter how cold, clearing litter manually from Minchinhampton and sometimes Rodborough Commons. She sets out on foot with a large shopping trolley, a selection of bags and a litter picking tool, slowly but surely working her way along the roadsides, car parks, picnic areas and all the other likely spots where litter is most often found. On her return she sorts the litter into recyclable and non-recyclable and then disposes of it, either into her domestic rubbish bins or in some cases taking it to Horsley Recycling Centre.  Veronika has been doing this for many years and recognition on behalf of the Council and parishioners is most deserved.
Cows on the Common
The cows will be out on the Common from 13th May.   Please can we make a special plea for dog walkers to clear up their mess whenever and wherever it happens.  There have been many complaints about the pavements and roads but the grass is so important due to the damage that can be caused to calves and their mothers.  There is a parasite within dog poo that causes calves to abort, about 5 a year die because of this.  Similarly, it is important to drive slowly and with great care as cattle are not familiar with the highway code and can step into road at any time.  Do not touch the cattle or feed them and remove all litter. 
Retirement of Mark from L Taylors & Sons
Mark Robinson has just retired after 44 years.  He has been at the helm of the shop since his uncle Hugh left in 2007.  Mark was given a wonderful send off on Saturday, 27th April and many of his customers sent him cards and cake!  His cheery face will be much missed but thank goodness he will still be out and about in the area.
Minchinhampton Tennis Club completes sustainability project 
Thanks to a generous grant of £25,000 from Enovert Community Trust, the Club has replaced its halide floodlights, which had been in place since 1982, with energy-efficient LED lightbulbs.
The project has sustainability at its heart and the switch to LED lighting will significantly reduce the Club’s emissions, carbon footprint, and energy usage, and ensure long-term efficiency, with the new bulbs boasting a lifespan of 25 years.
Becky Putnam, Chairperson of Minchinhampton Tennis Club, said that they are delighted with the works and through this the Club is also contributing to Minchinhampton Parish Council’s ‘Dark Skies’ campaign to prevent light pollution in the area thanks to the new deflectors installed.”  The cost savings from this project will enable the club to offer free beginner and return-to-tennis sessions, along with a new initiative called “walking tennis” aimed at promoting physical activity and reducing social isolation within the community. Free walking tennis sessions will be available from May, led by Head Coach James Aburrow, who was named the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) South and South West LTA Regional Development Coach of the Year 2023.
The walking tennis will start in May (daytimes with dates to be confirmed) with some initial taster sessions free of charge.  They hope to appeal to the wider community – especially older people with more limited mobility who struggle with the ordinary tennis game.  It’s a fairly new initiative with different rules (2 bounces etc) and is proving popular elsewhere.  Please see website here
Tennis for children
Tennis lessons for Reception and Year 1 will take place on Tuesdays at 4.10pm.  A trial class with James Aburrow can be arranged.  To book and further information visit
Booking is also now available for Summer Holiday Camps.
Ladies 4 week dance courses in June:
Country Chicks with Ros Mondays 6.15pm-7.15pm at Minchinhampton Market House & morning courses TBA soon!
Heels Dance with Carys Mondays 7.30pm-8.30pm at  Minchinhampton Market House
Musical Theatre with Lucy Wednesdays 7.30pm-8.30pm at Box Village Hall 
Go to the Dazzle website here to find out more information and book.
Fix my Street
From overgrown hedges and blocked drains, to potholes, pavements and streetlights, all kinds of issues can be reported online. Download the app FixMyStreet or visit here.
Pizza in the Undercroft

Jake, a resident of Minchinhampton, owns a sourdough pizza business and he has booked the undercroft at the market house to host a pizza pop-up on Friday 17th May.  He hopes that it will be popular so that it can become an ongoing event.  The menu includes Margherita, Pepperoni, Aubergine and Sausage.  Bookings in advance would be useful (but not essential) – please contact:  email:, tel 07800 742798 or click here
Rotary Club in Nailsworth
Rotary in Nailsworth started in May 2007 and are an active group who give  time to helping others  in Nailsworth, across the UK, and Internationally. Amongst many other things, they have raised money for tents for Minchinhampton scouts.
They meet on alternate Thursdays at The Bear of Rodborough. On Thursday 16th May there will be a free informal concert by Bournemouth Male Voice Choir (6:30-7:30 pm) at the Old Lodge.  All welcome.
The Crown, Minchinhampton
Tori (Victoria) Hollis is the new Manager of our local pub and we know will be welcomed by the town and everyone in the area.   We all look forward to meeting her.  The Crown serves delicious seasonal food in a lively atmosphere and a bar team to be reckoned with.  The Crown has become a local favourite as the place to eat, drink and celebrate with Steak Night every Thursday, Roasts every Sunday.
Thursday, 30th May  7.00-10.00pm  Crown Quiz
More details in the events listing below.        
The Long Table, Brimscombe
Works to change the world through food.  They provide frozen ready-meals to people who need them and so much more.  Delicious hot food is served and is always pay as you can.  Special events in May:
Friday, 3rd May  5.00-7.30pm  Friday Night Curry with music from Steve Ferbrache
Saturday, 4th May  6.00-10.30pm  Adam Kharita (jazz, soul & folk influences)
Friday, 10th May 5.00-7.30pm  Friday Night Curry with Adam Kharita
Saturday, 11th May  5.00-9.00pm  Rossie Henderson-Begg Art Exhibition with music from Albino Tarantino (Latin Swamp Boogaloo)
Friday, 17th May  5.00-7.30pm  Friday Night Curry with music from Steve Ferbrache
Saturday, 18th May 6.00-10.00pm  Joe Carey and Alex Chapman
Friday, 24th May  5.00-10pm  Friday Night Curry & Grace Network in conversation with Archbishop Justin Welby
More details of these events can be found here.   
Burleigh Court Hotel, Burleigh
Wednesday, 8th May  Wine Tasting & Dinner: Join Aaron from Friarwood Wines for a wine tour through northern Italy
Friday, 24th May  10.00-2.30pm  Wild Food Foraging Experience followed by a group lunch
Thursday, 30th May  6.30-9.00pm  Burleigh Supper Club led by Head Chef, Shaun Jones
More details of these events can be found here.
The Ragged Cot, Cirencester Road
The terrace is open from 3rd May and live music is now back on stage. Music 6.30pm-9pmFriday, 3rd May Gilmore n’ Jaz
Friday, 10th May The Crickets alias Os Grilos
Friday, 24th May Bob Porter
Sunday, 26th May  Terrace Opening BBQ  Live music and BBQ from 4.00pm – Each item on the BBQ menu is only £7. (Cumberland pork hot dog, cheese beef burger in a brioche bun, garlic & herb marinated chicken skewer, vegan burger, vegan sausages and more).
Friday, 31st May Tom Hall
More details of these events can be found here.
  Forthcoming Events for your Diary
  Friday, 7th and Saturday 8th and Friday, 15th and Saturday, 16th June –  SVA Open Studios Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton. Paintings by Frederica Ann Hollas and Penny Prince.
Friday, 7th and Saturday, 8th June –  Swing into Summer with Stuart Singers.
Sunday, 9th June – Horsfall House Charity Walk/jog/run.
Sunday, 9th June – Big Green Garage Sale.
Thursday, 13th – Saturday, 15th June –  Minchinhampton Players’ “The Lady Killers”
Saturday, 15th June. Minchinhampton Academy Summer Fete
Saturday 15th June  Songs for a Summer Evening with Stroud Choral Society including Stroud choral youth choir. St Geprge’s Church, Nailsworth (Previously scheduled to be in Holy Trinity).
Friday, 21st June  Walk for Longfield
Sunday, 23rd June.  Minchinhampton Open Gardens
Sunday, 23rd June  Importance of being Earnest – outdoor theatre, Amberley
Friday, 28th June.  Music in the Garden with the Stuart Singers.
More information regarding times, ticket details, can be found on our Events calendar here.
  Further Afield  
Saturday 18th May. 7pm – 9.30pm. St. John the Baptist Church, Cirencester. 
A ticketed concert bringing together 80 voices from Bournemouth Male Voice Choir and the Stuart Singers.  Tickets £15 available on the door or online here
Mills Open
The Weaving Shed at Gigg Mill and the Dunkirk Mill Museum will be open from May to September. For details of openings and how to book visit their website here
There is a rare opportunity to visit delightful St Mary’s Mill, Chalford, on the weekend 11/12 May. Visits are free but should be booked on There is parking at the mill only for the disabled.  Approach along the canal towpath. The mill is about one kilometre from Chalford.
What’s on at the Cotswold Playhouse
Saturday 4th May at 7.30pm Maybe Dick. Tickets £15
Herman Melville’s classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling on the high seas from the company behind ‘Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show’ and ‘Dracula! One Bloody Fang After Another’.
Saturday 11th May at 7.30pm.  Iolanthe Tickets £22 (Concessions £20)
Prepare for pandemonium with this brand new Gilbert and Sullivan production from Opera Anywhere!  This ingeniously witty and magical operetta is a tale of forbidden love between fairies and mortals – peers of the House of Lords, no less!   Suitable for all ages, this opera is sure to leave you laughing and whistling all the way home. 
Sunday 12th May at 7.30pm.   Stroud Short Stories – Something Better Change.  Tickets £12
Now in its thirteenth year, Stroud Short Stories 27th event will be an evening of extraordinary stories about change/changes/changing.  Expect everything from underpants to climate catastrophe.  As usual, ten stories will be selected – from the hundred or so usually submitted – to be read by their authors, who may be professional writers, skilled amateurs or even complete beginners, but all of whom are from Gloucestershire.
Proclaimed by the Cheltenham Literature Festival as ‘possibly the best short story event in the South West’, SSS’s considerable reputation is based on the unfailingly high quality of the stories read at its events.
Wednesday 15th May.  Behold ye Ramblers.  Tickets £15 (£12 Concessions) A new play by Neil Gore about The Clarion newspaper and the organisations formed by its readership, including the famous rambling club, The Sheffield Clarion Ramblers.

To book visit or phone 0333 666 3366
For further information of these events and details on how to book, please go to our website here
Also, please remember a list of regular weekly events can be found at the top of the Events’ page – click on a day of the week and you will see what is taking place, where and at what time.  For instance, the weekly Community Coffee Morning (with weekly notices) is held every Monday from 10.00am-12.00 noon at the Cotswold Club, High Street. 
Wednesday, 1st May  7.00pm  Minchinhampton Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG) AGM Porch Room, Holy Trinity Parish Church, Minchinhampton. Speaker: David Rawlings, Stroud District Council, Children & Young People Development Officer. The AGM will include updates on the new surgery building, patient transport, etc.  Meeting for all patients of Minchinhampton Surgery. Please email Ian McPherson (secretary) if you are planning to attend <
Wednesday, 1st May  2.30-4.00pm  Minchinhampton Women’s Institute:  Tales of a Midwife.  Coronation Scout Hut, Dr Browns Road.  Speaker:  Dorothy Cook.  All welcome to come along.
Thursday, 2nd May  7.00am-10.00pm  Police and Crime Commissioner and Local Government Elections.  Check your Poll Card for further details.
Thursday, 2nd May 10.30pm-12.00noon  Hampton Probus:  AGM  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Members with guests by invitation. For further information contact:
Friday, 3rd May  10.00am-4.00pm  Digibus:  Personalised one-to-one Sessions.  Minchinhampton Community Library.  Resolve all your digital issues and problems.  Fully booked – but pop in on the day as trainers may be able to help.
Friday, 3rd May  7.30-9.30pm  Minchinhampton History Group:  The Great Graveyard Fever Controversy of 1846-1847  Minchinhampton Market House.  The trial of David Ricardo JP and the Reverend Charles Whately MA.  Tickets £5.00 from the Market Stores (cash) or on the door.  Licensed bar.
Friday, 3rd May 6.30-9.00pm  Box Bar  Box Village Hall
Saturday, 4th May  10.00am–12.00noon  Coffee Morning, Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church Minchinhampton.  All welcome.  If you require a lift please call 01453 88900
Saturday, 4th May  10.45am-6.00pm  Afternoon Matinee of Cluedo 2 at Malvern:  Coach Trip with Ian Jarvis  Coach £22, Premium stalls ticket £37 – Total £59 per person.  Contact or telephone Ian (& Katie) Jarvis Tel: 01453 833131, 07403 899599 or 07802 357478
Saturday, 4th May and Sunday, 5th May  1.00-5.00pm  Amberley Cow Hunt 2024  Start outside Amberley School.  Hunt down the wonderfully dressed cows around the village
Saturday, 4th May  6.00-11.59pm  Beltane Celebration  Voltaires Wood, Minchinhampton.  This event is for ages 12+.  Tickets:  £25 adults, £12.50 under 18s.  Bookings here.
Sunday, 5th May  8.45-10.00am  Parish Breakfast  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Join everyone for breakfast with a selection of cereals, croissants, bacon rolls, juice, tea and coffee.
Wednesday, 8th May  7.30-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Royal British Legion County Supported Branch General Meeting  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  In order to keep the Branch functioning, new members are wanted.  You do not need to be ex-services to join.  If the Branch ceases to exist, then the Branch Standard will have to be laid up which means that there will be no formal parade at the Cross to celebrate Remembrance day. Please come along to this meeting and support the future of the Branch.
Thursday, 9th May  10.00am-12.00noon  Minchinhampton Probus:  Prosperous Painswick  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Meeting starts 10.30am.  New members and guests welcome. Contact John Collinson
Thursday, 9th May  4.00-5.30pm  “There’s no such thing as Naughty”  – a talk by Kate Silverton  Beaudesert Park School, Minchinhampton GL6 9AF.  Kate Silverton will be sharing knowledge from her newest book, focussing on children’s development, mental health, and how parents can support children in being more resilient in an ever changing world.  Tickets free, no need to book in advance.
Thursday, 9th May  7.30-9.30pm  Amberley Gardening Club:  Gardeners Question Time  Amberley Parish Rooms.   For further details about joining Amberley Gardening Club, please contact Christopher Bailey at
Friday, 10th May  9.30am-12.00noon  Open Morning, Beaudesert Park School,  Minchinhampton, GL6 9AF  Prospective families are warmly invited to come along. Tours of the School and opportunities to meet staff including the Headmaster, Chris Searson, and the Head of the Pre-Prep, Anna Packman.  Register interest here.
Friday, 10th May  7.00-9.00pm  The Truly Madleys  Beaudesert Park School, Minchinhampton, GL6 9AF.  This Stroud-based band will be performing a fusion of lyrical, rhythmic, immersive, melodic art-rock.  Tickets are £10 for adults, U16s go free.  Buy tickets here
Friday, 10th May and Saturday, 11th May  7.30-11.00pm  Dazzle Showgirls  The Market House, Minchinhampton.  Over 18s only. Cabaret performances, cocktails, bar and live music.  £80 table of four.  All profits donated to Stroud Women’s Refuge.  Tickets here.

Monday, 13th May  Marking Day (the cows are brought from the overwintering fields and sheds and released back onto the Minchinhampton Common to roam and graze).

Monday, 13th May  10.30am-12.00noon  Poems in the Porch Room  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Welcomes all, but especially people who are living with memory problems.  Contact Jo Smith on 01453 834714 for further information. 
Monday, 13th May  12.30-2.00pm  Poetry & Words (Minchinhampton Folk Club), Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  This meeting will be subsidised by the Folk Club so there will be no entry charge but please support the Cotswold club by using the coffee machine or the bar for drinks. Cake will be provided!
Monday, 13th May  7.00-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Parish Council Annual Meeting  Baptist Church Office Room, Tetbury Street, Minchinhampton.    The Chair will be elected for the ensuing year and the Council will appoint members to committees, members to serve on outside bodies etc.  Members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email the clerk to confirm details.  Email:
Tuesday, 14th May  10.00am-2.00pm  Cotswold Warden Guided Walk:  Common to Common.  Start point:  Minchinhampton Common reservoir car park, Culver Hill.  Strenuous, 8 miles.  Free event.  It is advisable to check the website here (check Messages and Alerts) or call the Cotswolds Conservation Board (07841 663607) beforehand for details of any changes.
Wednesday, 15th May 10.30am-12.00noon.  Social Book Club  Minchinhampton Community Library, School Road.   Biography/autobiography will be the topic for this month’s book discussion.   This can be interpreted however you want.
Thursday, 16th May  10.30am-12.00noon  Hampton Probus:  SS Great Britain  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Members with guests by invitation. For further information contact:
Thursday, 16th May  12.00noon-3.30pm  Minchinhampton Ladies Lunch Club:  A Story of Rural Diversification  The Old Lodge, Minchinhampton Common.  Speakers Sarah Dunning and Jane Lane.  New members welcome but it is important to contact Biddy Hadfield before attending the lunch.
Thursday, 16th May  7.00-7.30pm  Bournemouth Male Voice Choir presented by Nailsworth Rotary Club  The Old Lodge, Minchinhampton Common.   An uplifting session reflecting their love of beer and the wonderful surroundings.   There will be a bucket collection which will raise funds.
Friday, 17th May  6.00-9.00pm  NEW!  Woodfired Pizza in the Undercroft  Market House, Minchinhampton.   A new venture by Midnight Pizza.  Bookings in advance would be useful (but not essential) – please contact:  email:, tel 07800 742798 or click here
Friday, 17th May  2.00-2.30pm  Friday Lunch  The Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.   All welcome to a two-course hot lunch with coffee, or tea, the proceeds will be donated to Christian Aid.  Sign up sheet is held at the back of the church to help with planning, and if you have particular dietary needs.  For further information contact: Linda or Stephen Jarvis 884545. 
Friday, 17th May  6.30-9.00pm  Box Bar  Box Village Hall
Friday, 17th May, Saturday, 18th May and Sunday, 19th May  Festival of Georgian Songs- a weekend of workshops, performance and feasting  Market House, Minchinhampton
For full details click here.  
Saturday, 18th May  9.00am-2.00pm  Amberley Playgroup Pre-Loved Sale  Amberley Parish Rooms  0-12 years  pre-loved toys, books, clothes.  Cash only, bring own bags.  If you wish to sell please email  £15 per table.  Free Entry or £2.00 ticket (includes free item and tea/coffee)
Saturday, 18th May 10.00am-12.30pm Amberley Gardening Club Plant Sale  On green between Amberley Inn and Holy Trinity Church/Shop on the Common  Teas/Coffees and cake and bric a brac stall.

Saturday, 18th May 11.00am-3.00pm  Marking Day Celebrations  Old Lodge,  Minchinhampton Common.  Join Stroud Valleys Project and a host of other organisations, including the National Trust and Butterfly Conservation.  Activities for all ages to enjoy, including walks and talks, activities, and displays.  Free event.

Saturday, 18th May  7.00-10.00pm  Quiz Night  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Raising funds for the restoration of the historic stained glass Rose Window and Christian Aid.  Teams of 6.   £10 per person to include supper.  Don’t worry if you can’t raise a team, you will be buddied up with others.  Tickets from Market Stores, Minchinhampton.
Monday, 20th May 7.00-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Parish Council Planning Committee.  Trap House, West End.  Members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email the clerk to confirm details.  Email:
Monday, 20th May 7.30-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Gardening Club: The  History and Renovation of Painswick Rococo Garden  Minchinhampton School Hall, School Road.  New members welcome.  For more information please contact the Secretary John Fivash tel: 01453 764956 email:

Tuesday, 21st May  9.30am-12.00noon  Aston Down Bluebell Walk (Guided Walk by Cotswold Wardens) Start point: Car park near Aston Down Gliding Club, GL6 8HR   Difficulty:  Moderate, Distance:  5 miles  Circular walk.  Free event.  It is advisable to check the website here (check Messages & Alerts) or call the Cotswolds Conservation Board (07841 663607) beforehand for details of any changes.

Tuesday, 21st May  2.30-4.00pm  Cotteswold Naturalists Field Club: Nature Conservation  Box Village Hall.  Contribution of £2 from members and £5 from visitors is requested. Followed by refreshments at no additional charge.

Tuesday, 21st May   7.00-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Parish Council Finance Committee.  Trap House, West End.  Members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email the clerk to confirm details.  Email:

Tuesday, 21st May  7.00-9.00pm  Minch Book Club  The Crown, High Street.  Book of the month:   ‘Politics on the Edge’ by Rory Stewart (or one of last summer’s books that you didn’t read then).    For further information contact:  Rachel Montgomery at  or 07715 303707

Tuesday, 21st May  7.30-9.30pm  Box Gardening Club:  Houseplants and their Propagation  Box Village Hall.  Visitors welcome £4 per talk.  Contact:  Email  .  For more information regarding Membership contact Gill Ogle 01453 839041

Wednesday, 22nd May  9.30-11.00am  M.A.P.S. Meeting (Minchinhampton Additional Needs Parents Support Group.  Minchinhampton Baptist Church, Tetbury Street.  Welcoming all parents & carers of children with additional needs diagnosed/undiagnosed from Minchinhampton and beyond.

Wednesday, 22nd May  7.30-10.00pm  Minchtalks:  Vaping Deep Dive (Speaker Zoe Shuttleworth) Minchinhampton Baptist Church, Tetbury Street.  Vaping is now more popular than smoking amongst young people … but what do we know about the harms and risks of vaping?  This session is aimed at parents, teachers, carers and guardians who would like to understand more about youth vaping.  Zoe Shuttleworth is a Director of It Happens Education and a drug & alcohol specialist, having worked in drug & alcohol treatment for 15 years.  Free admission
Thursday, 23rd May   9.30-11.00am  Stroud Businesswomen’s Network Meeting Minchinhampton New Golf Course, off Hampton Hill.  Non-members who would like a free introductory meeting please email
Thursday, 23rd May  10.00am-12.00noon.  Minchinhampton Probus: Reflections of a RFU President  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Meeting starts 10.30am.  New members and guests welcome. Contact John Collinson
Saturday, 25th May  9.00am-12.30pm  Plant Sale  Undercroft, Market House, Minchinhampton
Saturday, 25th May  7.00-9.00pm  A Life in Song (Tetbury Choir) in aid of Longfield Hospice Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Joyous melodies, punctuated by piano music and the recitation of poems and prose. including selections from the musical “Les Miserables” and “Locus Iste” by Bruckner. Tickets:  £12.50 plus booking fee online here.    
Sunday, 26th May  10.30am-1.00pm  Minchinhampton Walking and Wildlife Group:  Orchids on the Common and River Frome.  Please contact for more details.
Tuesday, 28th May  10.00am-12.00noon  Half-Term Craft Session  Minchinhampton Community Library, School Road.  Suitable for children aged 3+ .  Children to be accompanied by an adult.
Thursday, 30th May 2.00-4.00pm  Half-Term Craft Session  Minchinhampton Community Library, School Road.  Suitable for children aged 3+ .  Children to be accompanied by an adult.
Thursday, 30th May  7.00-10.00pm  Crown Quiz  The Crown, High Street, Minchinhampton  Only £1 per person entry. Book a table now to avoid disappointment email or phone 01453 608010
Saturday, 1st June  10.00am–12.00noon  Coffee Morning, Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church Minchinhampton.  All welcome.  If you require a lift please call 01453 88900
Saturday, 1st June  8.30pm start  Red Mick (Simply Red Tribute band)  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Tickets £10 members, £15 guests.

As always, please do get in touch if you would like us to add anything to our newsletters or if you see any omissions or alterations.   If you know of any newcomers to the town, please do tell them about MinchLife and this newsletter.
Anne and Janet
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