From E-cops 21 November 2015

Cambridgeshire Police wish to advise members of the public that they have  received a report that an elderly female was approached in her car whilst sitting in the Retail Park, off Newmarket Road, Cambridge by a male and Read More…

A personal view on life and Christian faith 7:45pm Friday 27 November at Linton Free Church

From Richard & Jean Silk: Justyn Rees Larcombe, a compulsive gambler who lost everything but found what really matters in life, will be speaking about his life and Christian faith at 7:45pm on Friday 27th November in the church hall Read More…

Saturday Morning Café & FitSteps 7 November West Wratting Village Hall

Despite construction work in progress during the week, this very popular and family-friendly event will take place as usual this coming Saturday,10.30 until 12 noon.  FitSteps immediately precedes it, starting 9.15 am.

Business as usual at West Wratting Village Hall

Well, almost!  Work is now in progress on the new toilet block.  Despite this, most activities are continuing as usual, with good understanding between the contractors and class leaders and participants.  Work should be finished by Christmas.

T’ai Chi & Chi Kung Exercises in West Wratting Village Hall

A new block of 6 classes starts Thursday 5 November, 9.30 to 10.30.  £36 for block or £7 per class.  These are simple, straightforward exercises to help us cultivate essential principles of posture, breathing and movement.  Help Read More…

West Wratting Oil Syndicate September 2015

From Richard Holness:  20 houses in West Wratting participated in the order placed on 8th September with deliveries on 19th. Shelford Energy won the order with a price of 31.65p per litre (lowest this year), saving 2.85p per litre Read More…

West Wratting Parish Council meeting Monday 14 September

In West Wratting village hall, starting 8.00 pm. See agenda here.

Concert Holy Trinity Church Balsham Saturday 10 October 7.30 pm

5th Autumn Concert in aid of St Andrew’s, West Wratting: an exciting programme of choral & instrumental music. Tickets adults £10.00, children free, including interval refreshments available from Balsham and Weston Colville Post Offices.