Christopher and the Robbins
The Queensbury Community 1940’s Day Committee have been working hard planning another day of entertainment for Saturday 17th June 2017. Each year we plan to make it better then the preceding year and each year it becomes harder to do so. We need new committee members especially the younger generations to bring in new ideas, take over some of the tasks including many physical tasks not only on the day but days before and after.
If you think you may be able to help, why not attend one of our committee meeting held on the second Monday of every month at the George III, Chapel Street, Queensbury. The meeting commences at 6.30 pm and lasts for up to 11/2 hours. Or alternatively ring Stuart on 078 1520 1650.
This year we have afternoon entertainment from Kitty Lamare, Christopher and the Robins, Queensbury Music Centre Band, Revolution Show Band, Queensbury Singers, Queensbury Performing Arts, Holy Trinity Choir, Queensbury History Society, Police Museum, Marshall Waddington’s Fun Fare, a Tea Dance in the Conservative Club.
Our evening entertainment is provised by Kitty Lamare and the Ashby Big Band Tea Dance Band. Tickets for the evening will be on sale in May at a cost of £10 per person, sorry no concessions.
Ref. No: 17/01223/FUL | Received date: Mon 06 Mar 2017 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
Earlier this month Children from Foxhill School teamed up with staff from Tesco and the Council Wardens and did a litter pick around the Traffic Lights in the village. This was in response to a letter sent by a year 2 pupil at Foxhill Primary School who was not happy about the amount of litter being dropped in and around the village.
As you know i will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro July later this year. Have a look at the link below. It is from a blog from a group that has just completed the climb. The account of the their experiences has made me more determine that I will complete the expedition.
Members of the Queensbury Walking Groups attended at St Ives, Bingley on Saturday 11 March 2017. They were to act as casualties in the Calder Valley Search and Rescue Team training. We were briefed prior to the start of the training session, there were 3 sites with an injury at each.