Safari SUPPER - The annual fund-raising event for Bolton-by-Bowland Cricket Club is a safari supper on May 21st at 7 p.m. with drinks at Fox Ghyll. Here your next destination will be revealed for starters and main courses finishing at the Coach and Horses for desserts and a disco. Tickets are £15 available from Shaun Lloyd 447728 or Iain Harris 447064.
FANS - At the meeting of Friends And Neighbours, in Bolton-by-Bowland, Sue Woodcock gave an entertaining account of her life from “Copper to Shepherd”. After 28 years in the force, she decided to retire and attend agricultural collage. Sue now lives on a smallholding in Grassington. Thanks were given by Claire Dakin.
Please note: the next meeting is Wednesday, June 1st, not 8th, as the programme shows. The subject is “The Art of Origami” by Stephen Watson. Hostesses are Joyce Lilburn, Josie Fawcett and Judith Smalley.
WHIST DRIVE - The annual cancer whist drive is on Wednesday, May 25th, at 7-30 p.m. Admission is £3 at the door, raffle prizes and donations can be give to Mrs Joyce Lilburn. All donations are in aid of Cancer Research.
YOUNG FARMERS - Last week’s meeting of Bolton-by-Bowland Young Farmers’ Club was a treasure hunt organised by the advisory. Ben Dyer expressed thanks. Results for the treasure hunt were: 1st, Calum, Ben, Sam; 2nd, Hannah, James; 3rd, Hannah Mellin, Abbie Lund.
Next week’s meeting is a farm walk, at Simon Stott’s farm at Chipping (post code PR3 2GS) to be at the farm for 7-30 p.m. Members will need wellies and meet in village at 6-45 p.m.