Isle of Wight Day Treasure Hunt & Coffee Morning
On a lovely sunny Saturday morning, we set off to the Parish Church to join in the Treasure Hunt. Armed with clues & a pencil, off we went on a walk around our lovely village, answering the questions set by Jill Fothergill & Bridget Garton. By the time we'd got to the 12th Century Church we were in need of some sustenance - luckily for us there were refreshments laid out for any weary travellers. Ticking off more clues and after a much needed biccie, we carried on with our walk. An hour and 13 mins after starting the hunt, we arrived back at the Parish Church where coffees/teas/juices and cake were on offer. It was a lovely way to see the village whilst finding out some interesting facts along the way. A massive thank you to Jill Fothergill for all her time & effort in putting the event together and also to Bridget & June for running the tea stall & to everyone who made the delicious cakes.
Get yer bunting out!
Don't forget folks that next Saturday 23rd September is Isle of Wight Day, so it would be really nice if we could get St. Lawrence to be awash with bunting. Let's give the Bake Off tent a run for its money!!
First Aid Course
There are 2 free places on a First Aid Course being offered by Ventnor Town Council. More info is below. If you are interested please respond as soon as possible to Stephen Cockett at:
Ventnor Town Council, in partnership with the Isle of Wight Ambulance Service, are offering free First Aid training for local voluntary and community groups and residents associations. The course will run from 9.30am to 5.00pm and will include defibrillator training. Initially, we are offering two places to each group. There are a limited number of spaces available so a quick response is required. If you could let me know the names of the attendees from your organisation as soon as possible.
Binnel Studios Summer Exhibition
On a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon, we popped down to see the summer exhibition of the Binnel Studios artists down at Old Park Road. With such a wealth of artistic talent on show, there were a variety of things to see. From watercolours to pottery, acrylics to objects made with gemstones, you're sure to fall in love with something.
Artists showcasing their work include:
Molly Atrill, Phil Capon, Matthew Chambers, Jane Cox, David Firmstone, Guido Oakley, Amander Wheeler & Celia Wilkinson
New Pilates Class
Village Hall, starting Wednesday 6th September
Judith Ewing, who runs the v successful SOSA dance/fitness class at the Village Hall on Tuesdays, will be starting a new Pilates class from 6th September to run weekly on Wednesdays from 11.30am. Everyone is welcome, please bring a mat if you have one.
Meet the Ed!
Hello! Welcome to your brand new St. Lawrence website. A little bit about me - I've lived in the village for 18 years with my hubby Alan (previous website Ed!) & love living here. St. Lawrence really is a beautiful place to live with stunning countryside & coastal views with a variety of different wildlife. I really hope you enjoy the new community website & I welcome & encourage people to send me any items to go on here. If you're a local business and would like to email any artwork to go along with a small piece about what your business entails, please feel free to send me details - it's totally free! All artwork/photos to be in jpg format please. I look forward to hearing from you all!