Classes at Bruisyard Village Hall
Join one of the weekly classes that take place at our Village Hall
Pilates - on Tuesday and Thursday mornings with Jaime Page: Two classes each morning for people with current or previous experience of Pilates.
Tuesdays - 9.30am and 10.45am (Improver level)
Thursdays - 9.30am (Improver) 10.45am (Improver-Intermediate)
Jaime also offers one to one tuition.
See website www.pagepilates.co.uk for further details and to book.
Or call Jaime on 07826 191326.
Pub Night and League Cribbage - every Tuesday evening: In the Village Hall, meets weekly throughout the winter and spring. The bar is open to all from 7pm onwards.
The forthcoming events and activities in Bruisyard and the surrounding villages
Tuesday 14th December
At Bruisyard Village Hall from 10.05 to 10.20am.
Twelfth Night (well nearly) Celebration
Saturday 8th January: 7pm for 7.30pm start
Join us for an evening to round off the Christmas and New Year festivities in Bruisyard Village Hall for a delicious meal of Beef Bourguignon and veg followed, of course, by our fabulous array of desserts! The vegetarian option for the main course is Vegetarian Lasagne. The evening is organised jointly by Bruisyard Social Amenities (BSAC) and the PCC in aid of BSAC and St Peter's Church.
Tickets £12 can be bought online by clicking on;
For payment by cheque or cash, please contact Anne Smith (638793), Thelma Barham (638243), Rupert Wallis (638393) or Paul Church (663357). Cheques should be made payable to ‘Bruisyard Social Amenities Committee’.
Places will be limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Come and join us - its time to have some fun and recover from the lockdown blues of the past 2 years!
Village Hall Committee Meeting
Monday 10th January
The meeting will be in the Village Hall on Monday 10 January starting at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend.
Parish Council Meeting
Monday 17th January
The meeting will be in the Village Hall on Monday 17 January starting at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend.
Editor deadline for next newsletter: 25 January 2022