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23/07/2014
Howwood Wildlife & Woodland:
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

15/07/2014
COMMONWEALTH BATON:
Come out and support the Commonwealth Baton on Thursday 17 July here in Howwood! The baton will be leaving Bowfield Country Club at 07.59 and following the road down to Howwood, along the Main Street, past the Church and on to the A737 at around 08.10. Looking forward to seeing you all lining the streets and cheering the baton on!

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL:
Look out for your summer newsletter which should be coming through all Howwood residents’ letterboxes soon, if it has not already done so. At the back of the newsletter is a short survey regarding the bus losses to and from Howwood. If you could take a minute to complete this and return it to Bill David that would be most appreciated.
You will also be receiving the Howwood Community Resilience Plan – please take time to read this and we hope that part two in particular will be of some assistance to you with being personally prepared in emergency situations.
Finally, you will be receiving a new Howwood Access Pathways Initiative walks leaflet. Many of you will already be familiar with these walks, but if you have  not yet tried one or more, please use the leaflet to help you enjoy the outdoors and the fabulous views we are lucky to have right on our doorstep. Please always remember the countryside code: Respect, Protect and Enjoy!

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland

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

 

14/07/2014
FORESTRY COMMISSION SCOTLAND:
The Forestry Commission Scotland is to hold a Community Consultation Event in Howwood. This will be open to the public and will be held in the Howwood Village Hall on Saturday 12 July between 2.30pm and 6.30pm. It is hope that as many residents of Howwood and surrounding areas as possible will be in attendance. See  you there!

HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL:
Look out for your summer newsletter which should be coming through all Howwood residents’ letterboxes soon, if it has not already done so. At the back of the newsletter is a short survey regarding the bus losses to and from Howwood. If you could take a minute to complete this and return it to Bill David that would be most appreciated.
You will also be receiving the Howwood Community Resilience Plan – please take time to read this and we hope that part two in particular will be of some assistance to you with being personally prepared in emergency situations.
Finally, you will be receiving a new Howwood Access Pathways Initiative walks leaflet. Many of you will already be familiar with these walks, but if you have  not yet tried one or more, please use the leaflet to help you enjoy the outdoors and the fabulous views we are lucky to have right on our doorstep. Please always remember the countryside code: Respect, Protect and Enjoy!

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland

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

 

02/07/2014
HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL:
Look out for your summer newsletter which should be coming through all Howwood residents’ letterboxes soon, if it has not already done so. At the back of the newsletter is a short survey regarding the bus losses to and from Howwood. If you could take a minute to complete this and return it to Bill David that would be most appreciated.
You will also be receiving the Howwood Community Resilience Plan – please take time to read this and we hope that part two in particular will be of some assistance to you with being personally prepared in emergency situations.
Finally, you will be receiving a new Howwood Access Pathways Initiative walks leaflet. Many of you will already be familiar with these walks, but if you have  not yet tried one or more, please use the leaflet to help you enjoy the outdoors and the fabulous views we are lucky to have right on our doorstep. Please always remember the countryside code: Respect, Protect and Enjoy!

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland

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

23/06/2014
HOWWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL:
Look out for your summer newsletter which should be coming through all Howwood residents’ letterboxes soon, if it has not already done so. At the back of the newsletter is a short survey regarding the bus losses to and from Howwood. If you could take a minute to complete this and return it to Bill David that would be most appreciated.
You will also be receiving the Howwood Community Resilience Plan – please take time to read this and we hope that part two in particular will be of some assistance to you with being personally prepared in emergency situations.
Finally, you will be receiving a new Howwood Access Pathways Initiative walks leaflet. Many of you will already be familiar with these walks, but if you have  not yet tried one or more, please use the leaflet to help you enjoy the outdoors and the fabulous views we are lucky to have right on our doorstep. Please always remember the countryside code: Respect, Protect and Enjoy!

Howwood Wildlife & Woodland

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