The most recent edition of the Spaldwick News newsletter – for March 2011 – is now available for viewing and downloading. View March 2011 edition of the Spaldwick News. In this edition of the Spaldwick News: information on forthcoming events with the Spaldwick Escape youth group, including the Red Nose Day event and a FREE [Continue Reading]
The February 2011 edition of the Spaldwick News has been published and is available online to view or download. View the Spaldwick News February 2011 edition. In this month’s edition, there is information on the forthcoming Royal Wedding Garden Party in Spaldwick, Spaldwick Church finances, Spaldwick Escape Youth Nights and new menu pricing at the [Continue Reading]
A Happy New Year to everyone. The Spaldwick News magazine for January 2011 has been published. View the Spaldwick News January 2011 edition. This edition includes 100 Club winners in December 2010, a report on Father Christmas on his rounds with his Elves, Church Christmas activities and information from Spaldwick Social Group.
The Spaldwick News magazine for December 2010 has been published. This edition reports on the first night for the Escape Youth Group in the 26th November, which was a great success. There was plenty to keep the young people occupied, such as table football, hockey and competitive dance play on the Wii. There were board [Continue Reading]
The Spaldwick News magazine for November 2010 has been published. This edition includes old photos of Spaldwick, 100 Club winners, young people on board the Connections Bus, forthcoming church services, forthcoming events at the Village Pub and news from Spaldwick School. View the Spaldwick News November 2010 In it, there is a reminder of the [Continue Reading]
The latest Spaldwick News magazine is now available. Articles in this month’s edition include diary dates, information about our new village shop and delicatessen, news from Spaldwick School and a review of the Hawaiian Hoe Down. View the October 2010 edition of Spaldwick News in PDF format.
In the early hours of Wednesday 1st September, a group of young people were recorded on CCTV, within the school grounds. Members of the group climbed onto the school roof, damaging the TV aerial, and completely snapped off a metal chimney. The group also set light to a domestic wheelie bin within the school grounds, [Continue Reading]