The snowdrop planting in mid February went very well in spite of a very chilly and damp morning about a dozen villagers turned up to help and 2000 bulbs were planted in 45 minutes. The flowers are looking good. Thanks to Steve for arranging it all.
The kids made lovely tree lanterns in December and put them on the tree opposite the pub for a while. Here are a selection of the finished items. Youth Group starts again on 3 February.
The second CDCA village quiz night was a roaring success with eight teams and some interesting topics. Excellent fish and chips and good company.
The winners were The Bar Team, closely followed by Dottbyeggs Team and then the Artefacts. The poor losers were The Nutty Farmers! But they assured me that they enjoyed themselves.
Already looking forward to next year’s quiz.
If you want a table at Quiz Night Sat 19 Nov contact 490800
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The 2017 Village Calendar is now available at £5 – a steal if ever I knew one!
Full of lovely pictures taken around our beautiful village, contact 01761490445 to purchase.
See the website History page for all 13 pictures.
Loads of our village kids turned up to draw pictures of buildings, objects, trees, and other things in our village.
Here is one example. This is a picture of the bridge by Maisie Rose Wall.
The Big Draw Festival is for anyone who loves to draw, as well as those who think they can’t! It is an opportunity to join a global community in celebration of the universal language of drawing.
A big thank you to everyone for coming along and for those who helped make the day such a success. The weather was kind and everyone had a superb time and we raised lots of dosh for the village. Well done.
Thanks also to everyone who worked so hard on putting up marquees and bunting for our village picnic; to the supplier of the cake (Hannah, please thank your wonderful lady who made the cake) and to all those who turned up and shared their lovely food.
A really good opportunity for residents of Compton and our local villages to hang out in perfect surroundings. I bet the little ones slept well!
5 Villages Youth Group – String Orienteering in May
A band of village children had a great time following a string course through fields and woodland to test their mapping skills at the May, 5 Villages Youth Group. They were given a coloured map of the course, with the topographical features marked, and a key to the icons. The kids had to orientate themselves on the ground to the printed map, and then set off on the string course.