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VE Day 75th anniversary – Gallery

Posted on 10th May 2020, by Editor . 3 comments

Villagers hung out bunting and flags, and our musicians enhanced the atmosphere of the occasion, with David giving his rendition of wartime favourites which people were able to sing along to.  This helped us remember those who gave their lives for our freedom, at the same time bringing us all together in an atmosphere of […]

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Music to Listen Out For on VE Day

Posted on 7th May 2020, by Editor . 3 comments

Dear Tresham Residents For your information this is a list of the tunes (not necessarily in this order) I intend to play on VE Day, tomorrow from 7-8 pm: Vera Lynn We’ll meet again White Cliffs of Dover Glenn Miller American Patrol Little Brown Jug Moonlight Serenade Film music Dam Busters March The Great Escape […]

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Ideas Welcome for VE Day 75th anniversary

Posted on 2nd May 2020, by Editor . 2 comments

Dear Tresham residents The musicians in the village have been trying to dream up ways of marking VE Day 75th anniversary, next Friday May 8th.  Unfortunately in the present circumstances it is very difficult to devise any musical event that is safe and legal. As a backstop one thing which seems beyond reproach on grounds […]

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Seniors’ Lunch 2020

Posted on 28th February 2020, by Editor . 1 Comment

Yesterday a lunch was enjoyed by 18 ‘senior’ members of the village.  It was a Tresham Village Hall event and our thanks go to Alma Larrieu who organised it. Donations were invited towards the cost and being entirely voluntary also attracted Gift Aid.  Catering costs of £314.25 just exceeded donations by £7.25; after Gift Aid is […]

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Bonfire and Fireworks Nov 2019

Posted on 7th November 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Bonfire and Fireworks Nov 2019

I am sure we would all like to give a big thank you to all those who helped make the bonfire a success: Simon Lee for helping with collecting donations, Matthew and Scott Kingston for making up the fire and lighting it, David Bradbury for helping to light the fireworks and especially Simon Ellis for […]

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Meeting Reminder

Posted on 20th August 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Meeting Reminder

Just a reminder about the meeting on Thursday evening. Stephen Harris, Gigaclear’s Community Engagement Manager, will give a PowerPoint presentation and then answer any questions people may have.

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Inglefest Update

Posted on 16th April 2019, by Editor . 3 comments

Will Robson, organiser, writes: Good evening Tresham, It is with great regret that myself and Tom have agreed to withdraw my application to licence Inglefest in Tresham this year. It is clear there is mixed opinion from residents on whether the event should take place at the suggested location, for various reasons. It saddens me […]

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Inglefest

Posted on 5th April 2019, by Editor . 15 comments

Dear Villagers As many of you will be aware, IngleFest – an annual 4-day music festival – is planning to relocate from Ingleston Common to Tresham.  The festival will take place from Thursday 20th June to Sunday 23rd June within the field immediately beyond the small wood to the east of Burden Court.  As music […]

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Quiz Night

Posted on 3rd April 2019, by Editor . 4 comments

The church pews were filled with village quizzers on the evening of the 14th March.  With glasses charged, the quiz kicked off with the science and nature round.  The ten teams locked horns and the competition began.  The teams were challenged throughout the evening with knowledge on varying subjects including; entertainment, geography, music and the […]

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Inglefest Meeting

Posted on 10th March 2019, by Editor . 1 Comment

Reminder about the drop-in meeting at the church tomorrow, Monday 11th March 6-8pm. Come and listen to, and talk with, Will Robson to hear how Inglefest will be organised in order to maximise the pleasure and minimise any nuisance for the village. You may know him already from the Fleece!

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