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07/04/2014
HOWWOOD WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE:
Meetings are held in Howwood Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 15 April and this is entitled “Gardening” by Gowanlea Nurseries with a mini Show. The AGM and Trophy Presentation will also take place. The hostesses will be Mrs Cath Love and Mrs Irene McTaggart and the Vote of Thanks will be given by Mrs Ellen Osbourne.

HOWWOOD PARISH CHURCH GUILD:
The next meeting of the church Guild will be the Summer outing to North Berwick on Saturday May 17th. The Guild meets fortnightly in the church hall and an invitation is extended to all to come along to each or any meeting, to enjoy the varied programme and the warm fellowship of the Guild.

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland
OUR WILD BIRD POPULATION NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE.HOWWOOD WILDLIFE & WOODLANDS (HWW) WILL DELIVER WILD BIRD FOOD FREE OF DELIVERY CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR.
To help raise funds for HWW projects in the village, like the community gardens, wild bird food is on sale at very reasonable prices so if you feed the birds please consider placing an order with HWW.
Examples of prices are: Mixed seed £2 per kilo or £14 for 10 kilo, Peanuts £3 per kilo or £24 for 10 kilo, fat balls £1.25 for 4 or £10 for 50 and gift baskets from £5.Prices subject to market conditions.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com for a quote for your individual requirements. Discounts for bulk orders.All proceeds to Howwood Wildlife & Woodland, Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 33831, for environmental projects in and around Howwood.

BOWFIELD NEWS:
·Weekly Quiz night every Wednesday from 8.30pm ALL WELCOME

 

31/03/2014
HOWWOOD WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE:
Meetings are held in Howwood Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 15 April and this is entitled “Gardening” by Gowanlea Nurseries with a mini Show. The AGM and Trophy Presentation will also take place. The hostesses will be Mrs Cath Love and Mrs Irene McTaggart and the Vote of Thanks will be given by Mrs Ellen Osbourne.

HOWWOOD PARISH CHURCH GUILD:
The next meeting of the church Guild will be the Summer outing to North Berwick on Saturday May 17th. The Guild meets fortnightly in the church hall and an invitation is extended to all to come along to each or any meeting, to enjoy the varied programme and the warm fellowship of the Guild.

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland
OUR WILD BIRD POPULATION NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE.HOWWOOD WILDLIFE & WOODLANDS (HWW) WILL DELIVER WILD BIRD FOOD FREE OF DELIVERY CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR.
To help raise funds for HWW projects in the village, like the community gardens, wild bird food is on sale at very reasonable prices so if you feed the birds please consider placing an order with HWW.
Examples of prices are: Mixed seed £2 per kilo or £14 for 10 kilo, Peanuts £3 per kilo or £24 for 10 kilo, fat balls £1.25 for 4 or £10 for 50 and gift baskets from £5.Prices subject to market conditions.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com for a quote for your individual requirements. Discounts for bulk orders.All proceeds to Howwood Wildlife & Woodland, Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 33831, for environmental projects in and around Howwood.

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL
VILLAGE SPRING CLEAN:

The annual Spring Clean will take place over the weekend of 5 and 6 April 2014. The community council is organising a spring cleaning weekend and all are welcome to come along and help clean up our village. Meet at the Village Hall at 10am both days for the first session then after a lunch break meet again for the second session both days at 2pm. The aim is to finish by 4pm at the latest. Should we have sufficient people helping out, one or both Sunday sessions may be cancelled. Supervised youngsters will be made most welcome. Please wear old clothes appropriate to the weather and bags, gloves and litter pickers will be provided. Thank you for your help – remember many hands make light work! For more information please contact Bill David 01505 703500 bill@billdavid.co.uk or any member of the community council.

BOWFIELD NEWS:
·Weekly Quiz night every Wednesday from 8.30pm ALL WELCOME

 

24/03/2014
Howwood Wildlife & Woodlands in conjunction with Howwood Community Council
Community Tree Planting Day

Thanks to a supply of sapling trees donated to HWW by the Woodland Trust, a special community tree planting day has been arranged for Saturday 29 March 2014. Meeting at the Rhombus Garden (opposite the Howwood Inn) at 10am.
All welcome, including accompanied children, to help out with the planting. You may recall that we planted over 100 saplings in 2011 to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and that this was achieved in under 1 hour. This time we are celebrating the forthcoming Commonwealth Games and have over 300 saplings, including Rowan, Hazel, Hawthorn and Birch, to plant so we need a good turn out to beat the previous record. Please dress in old clothes suitable for the weather and bring gardening gloves and a spade or similar digging tool.
HWW is a registered Scottish Charity, Number SC033831 and supports environmental projects in Howwood including looking after the pathway walking routes and both community gardens. Your support is vital.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com

 
HOWWOOD WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE:
Meetings are held in Howwood Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 15 April and this is entitled “Gardening” by Gowanlea Nurseries with a mini Show. The AGM and Trophy Presentation will also take place. The hostesses will be Mrs Cath Love and Mrs Irene McTaggart and the Vote of Thanks will be given by Mrs Ellen Osbourne.

HOWWOOD PARISH CHURCH GUILD:
The next meeting of the church Guild will be the Daffodil Tea, held in Howwood Church on Tuesday 25 March at 2 p.m. Tickets are priced £3.00 and entertainment will be provided by “The Comrie Singers”. The Guild meets fortnightly in the church hall and an invitation is extended to all to come along to each or any meeting, to enjoy the varied programme and the warm fellowship of the Guild.

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland
OUR WILD BIRD POPULATION NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE.HOWWOOD WILDLIFE & WOODLANDS (HWW) WILL DELIVER WILD BIRD FOOD FREE OF DELIVERY CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR.
To help raise funds for HWW projects in the village, like the community gardens, wild bird food is on sale at very reasonable prices so if you feed the birds please consider placing an order with HWW.
Examples of prices are: Mixed seed £2 per kilo or £14 for 10 kilo, Peanuts £3 per kilo or £24 for 10 kilo, fat balls £1.25 for 4 or £10 for 50 and gift baskets from £5.Prices subject to market conditions.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com for a quote for your individual requirements. Discounts for bulk orders.All proceeds to Howwood Wildlife & Woodland, Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 33831, for environmental projects in and around Howwood.

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL
VILLAGE SPRING CLEAN:

The annual Spring Clean will take place over the weekend of 5 and 6 April 2014. The community council is organising a spring cleaning weekend and all are welcome to come along and help clean up our village. Meet at the Village Hall at 10am both days for the first session then after a lunch break meet again for the second session both days at 2pm. The aim is to finish by 4pm at the latest. Should we have sufficient people helping out, one or both Sunday sessions may be cancelled. Supervised youngsters will be made most welcome. Please wear old clothes appropriate to the weather and bags, gloves and litter pickers will be provided. Thank you for your help – remember many hands make light work! For more information please contact Bill David 01505 703500 bill@billdavid.co.uk or any member of the community council.

BOWFIELD NEWS:
·Weekly Quiz night every Wednesday from 8.30pm ALL WELCOME

 

17/03/2014
Howwood Wildlife & Woodlands in conjunction with Howwood Community Council
Community Tree Planting Day

Thanks to a supply of sapling trees donated to HWW by the Woodland Trust, a special community tree planting day has been arranged for Saturday 29 March 2014. Meeting at the Rhombus Garden (opposite the Howwood Inn) at 10am.
All welcome, including accompanied children, to help out with the planting. You may recall that we planted over 100 saplings in 2011 to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and that this was achieved in under 1 hour. This time we are celebrating the forthcoming Commonwealth Games and have over 300 saplings, including Rowan, Hazel, Hawthorn and Birch, to plant so we need a good turn out to beat the previous record. Please dress in old clothes suitable for the weather and bring gardening gloves and a spade or similar digging tool.
HWW is a registered Scottish Charity, Number SC033831 and supports environmental projects in Howwood including looking after the pathway walking routes and both community gardens. Your support is vital.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com

HOWWOOD WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE:
Meetings are held in Howwood Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 15 April and this is entitled “Gardening” by Gowanlea Nurseries with a mini Show. The AGM and Trophy Presentation will also take place. The hostesses will be Mrs Cath Love and Mrs Irene McTaggart and the Vote of Thanks will be given by Mrs Ellen Osbourne.

HOWWOOD PARISH CHURCH GUILD:
The next meeting of the church Guild will be the Daffodil Tea, held in Howwood Church on Tuesday 25 March at 2 p.m. Tickets are priced £3.00 and entertainment will be provided by “The Comrie Singers”. The Guild meets fortnightly in the church hall and an invitation is extended to all to come along to each or any meeting, to enjoy the varied programme and the warm fellowship of the Guild.

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland
OUR WILD BIRD POPULATION NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE.HOWWOOD WILDLIFE & WOODLANDS (HWW) WILL DELIVER WILD BIRD FOOD FREE OF DELIVERY CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR.
To help raise funds for HWW projects in the village, like the community gardens, wild bird food is on sale at very reasonable prices so if you feed the birds please consider placing an order with HWW.
Examples of prices are: Mixed seed £2 per kilo or £14 for 10 kilo, Peanuts £3 per kilo or £24 for 10 kilo, fat balls £1.25 for 4 or £10 for 50 and gift baskets from £5.Prices subject to market conditions.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com for a quote for your individual requirements. Discounts for bulk orders.All proceeds to Howwood Wildlife & Woodland, Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 33831, for environmental projects in and around Howwood.

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL
VILLAGE SPRING CLEAN:

The annual Spring Clean will take place over the weekend of 5 and 6 April 2014. The community council is organising a spring cleaning weekend and all are welcome to come along and help clean up our village. Meet at the Village Hall at 10am both days for the first session then after a lunch break meet again for the second session both days at 2pm. The aim is to finish by 4pm at the latest. Should we have sufficient people helping out, one or both Sunday sessions may be cancelled. Supervised youngsters will be made most welcome. Please wear old clothes appropriate to the weather and bags, gloves and litter pickers will be provided. Thank you for your help – remember many hands make light work! For more information please contact Bill David 01505 703500 bill@billdavid.co.uk or any member of the community council.

BOWFIELD NEWS:
·Weekly Quiz night every Wednesday from 8.30pm ALL WELCOME

 

10/03/2014
HOWWOOD WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTE:

Meetings are held in Howwood Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 18 March and this will be a Baking Demonstration by Mrs Janette Cousar.The competition will be Favourite Cup and Saucer and the hostesses will be Mrs Alison McLeod and Mrs Ellen Osbourne. The Vote of Thanks will be given by Mrs Alison McLeod.

HOWWOOD PARISH CHURCH GUILD:
The next meeting of the church Guild will be the Daffodil Tea, held in Howwood Church on Tuesday 25 March at 2 p.m. Tickets are priced £3.00 and entertainment will be provided by “The Comrie Singers”. The Guild meets fortnightly in the church hall and an invitation is extended to all to come along to each or any meeting, to enjoy the varied programme and the warm fellowship of the Guild.

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland
OUR WILD BIRD POPULATION NEEDS YOUR HELP TO SURVIVE.HOWWOOD WILDLIFE & WOODLANDS (HWW) WILL DELIVER WILD BIRD FOOD FREE OF DELIVERY CHARGE TO YOUR DOOR.
To help raise funds for HWW projects in the village, like the community gardens, wild bird food is on sale at very reasonable prices so if you feed the birds please consider placing an order with HWW.
Examples of prices are: Mixed seed £2 per kilo or £14 for 10 kilo, Peanuts £3 per kilo or £24 for 10 kilo, fat balls £1.25 for 4 or £10 for 50 and gift baskets from £5.Prices subject to market conditions.
Contact Christine Scarsbrook 01505 704083 chrisscarsbrook@btinternet.com for a quote for your individual requirements. Discounts for bulk orders.All proceeds to Howwood Wildlife & Woodland, Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 33831, for environmental projects in and around Howwood.

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL
VILLAGE SPRING CLEAN:

The annual Spring Clean will take place over the weekend of 5 and 6 April 2014. The community council is organising a spring cleaning weekend and all are welcome to come along and help clean up our village. Meet at the Village Hall at 10am both days for the first session then after a lunch break meet again for the second session both days at 2pm. The aim is to finish by 4pm at the latest. Should we have sufficient people helping out, one or both Sunday sessions may be cancelled. Supervised youngsters will be made most welcome. Please wear old clothes appropriate to the weather and bags, gloves and litter pickers will be provided. Thank you for your help – remember many hands make light work! For more information please contact Bill David 01505 703500 bill@billdavid.co.uk or any member of the community council.

BOWFIELD NEWS:
·Weekly Quiz night every Wednesday from 8.30pm ALL WELCOME