April’s recipe for Country Cake is from Vickie Withington. Read more →
This year’s Spring Fair, on 25 April, promises to be an interesting event. We have some exciting new stalls and games, plus stalls from local groups, who also need your support. We have an exciting raffle, which will be drawn at 4.15. Bring your friends and family and enjoy browsing what is on offer.
Doors open at 2.30pm and entry is only £1, including a delicious variety of homemade cakes. We hope those of you who support our Coffee Shops will be eager to have your cake fix, as this month we have no Coffee Shop, but our cake makers are working their usual magic.
Children under five are free.
We do hope you will find time to support us.
On Wednesday 25th March from 7.30pm there will be a fashion show and clothes sale at the village hall. Huge range of branded clothes (no seconds) will be available for you to view, try and buy at 50% discount. Tickets in advance or on the door. All proceeds to Allington Pre-school.
Allington Playing Field Fundraisers are organising a film quiz on Saturday 25 April. It follows Autumn’s successful music quiz and will cater for a maximum of 14 teams. Ideally each team should consist of between 4 and 8 members. Entry is free although we do ask for a £1 donation from everyone in attendance. This is then given to the winning team as a cash prize. Read more →
Badness will be the main attraction at this year’s Lark In The Park on 4th July. More information and details of how to buy tickets will be announced shortly.
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Allington’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the playing field on Easter Monday at 11.00AM. Entry is free. Everyone is welcome and there will be plenty of eggs.
This month Allington W.I. brings us two recipes. We have walnut chocolate crisps from Bridgett Farr and abbey biscuits from Pat How. Read more →
Walking Football in Allington kicked off at the MUGA last Sunday. Despite it being cold and wet there was sufficient interest to provide a competitive game. Some found it difficult to adapt from running to walking while others had given up running a long time ago. At the end spirits were high and everyone (injuries permitting) agreed to meet up again the following week. So if you are interested in having a go just turn up at the MUGA this Sunday at 4.00pm.