Just been walking though The village be careful if driving in many respects the roads are worst then when we had all the snow Blacksmith Road is just a sheet of ice.Someone made the point in the last ...
You are probably thinking the weather today will make the Litter Pick slightly dangerous and a little pointless as the rubbish disappears under a covering of snow, you'd be right!
An early pitch ins...
Forget to mention yesterday the keen consumers of White Lightning (not a recommended quaff for those with palates more used to fine wine however thirsty you might be - this sweet sickly cidery stuff w...
Many folk in the village know Becca (Gibbs) and Andy (Stubbs) through their productions with Spinningwheel Theatre at the Village Hall. You will be delighted to hear Becca gave birth to Betty this mor...
Just a quick reminder that our head Womble (and councillor) Andrew Stringer is co-ordinating the Village Litter Pick this coming Saturday (17th) at 10.00am starting at the Village Hall.
This thriving village club was formed in 1941 as the Cotton Food Production Association, growing much needed food and raising pigs. Many of the surnames of those early pioneers, Vincent, Bullock, Hales, Finbow, to name but a few are represented in the current membership. It is thought that the change of name to the Cotton and District VPA,came in about 1948. The first show was held in 1954 and continues to be held on the first Saturday in September each year.
Membership open to all £2 per year to include all meetings at the Village Hall ( and a cup of tea) and there is a raffle at each meeting. There is usually a small charge for evening visits and the annual outing and Christmas dinner are at cost.
New members will always find a friendly welcome. For further details, contact Jane de Beer (chairman) 781594 or Christine Marston, (programme organiser) 781567.
Cotton V.P.A. programme 2016
20th April - 7.30p.m. Cotton Village Hall. The Little Ouse Headwaters project. Talk by Mr Sean Reid
18th May - 7.30p.m. Cotton Village hall. Organic Gardening. Talk by Karen Kenny
15th June - Evening visit to Furze House, Rushall. Guided tour of the garden.
20th July - Summer outing to Bure Valley Railway, also visiting Wroxham Barns & \three Willows Garden centre.
3rd September - ANNUAL SHOW
19th October - 7.30pm. Cotton Village Hall. Mickfield Hostas. Talk by Melanie Collins
16th November - 7.30 Cotton Village Hall. AGM with photo quiz
7th December - Annual Dinner
(No charge for meetings in the Village hall)