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Rugby World Cup in the Village Hall
England’s pool stage matches in the Rugby World Cup will be shown on the big screen in the village hall. They are versus:
~ USA on 26 September, kick off 11.45am
~ Argentina on 5 October, kick off 9am
~ France on 12 October, kick off 9.15am
Being held in Japan, kickoffs throughout the tournament will be in the morning.  I hope to see you there. Entry £2 including tea, coffee, biscuits. It’s a bit early for beer!

Saturday 5 October: Pop-up restaurant in Village Hall. A 10 course Italian tasting experience. Please book by 5 September. For details see the Newsletter or the Sheepscombe News.

Saturday, 14 October: Coffee morning as fundraiser for the Sheepscombe Toddler Group.
9am – 1130am in the Village Hall. 

Friday, 11 October: NT Live at the Village Hall. A performance of One Man, Two Guvnors. 6:45 pm for 7:30pm. Tickets can be booked here

Saturday, 16 November: next Air in G event ‘The Great Cabaret Safari’. 7:30 pm in the Village Hall.

Play Area: The Trustees of the Village Hall have developed a proposal for renovating the Play area at the back of the Hall; see this link for the suggested lay out and equipment.  It was discussed at the AGM of the Village Hall on 15th April at 7.30

Outside Table Tennis Table at Village Hall   A reminder there is an Outside Table Tennis Table at the Hall for anyone to use. It is by the storeroom. All you need is bats and a ball. Please note that the Village Hall Committee has agreed to this provided there is demand, so please keep me updated when you want to use it. For further information please contact Hugh Tarran.  

Village Hall constitution: documents are available to view under the Village Hall section of the website. The 2018 Accounts are also available there.

Bus Service: The bus service to and from Stroud has been extended to serve more of Sheepscombe village. You can see the Saturday timetable here, and the Thursday timetable here

A46/Pitchcombe junction document: you can view or download a document here that describes the decision that has been taken to improve this tricky junction.