LATEST PO/STORES OPENING TIMES
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S.O.S. - SAVE OUR SOSA!!
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SOSA Dance Fitness needs YOU!! The class at the village hall is in need of some new members. Fun & friendly, no need for a partner, learn different styles of dance. If you love Strictly then you'll love this class. We don't take things too seriously, so if you go wrong it really doesn't matter.

 

So why not come and join us on Tuesday mornings at 9.30am at St Lawrence Village Hall, £6 per class, no need to book.

 

For further info please contact Judith Ewing

 

We look forward to welcoming you!

HOW TO HELP THE VILLAGE HALL WHEN YOU SHOP!
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The Village Hall is now listed among the charities you can choose to help whilst you shop with Amazon.

 

Every time you shop on Amazon, instead of going to the main website, go to smile.amazon.co.uk instead & purchase in the same way you would normally do. A percentage of what you pay will go directly to the Village Hall.

 

Please click here where you will find all the details about Smile and how to go about choosing your charity.

ST LAWRENCE TABLE TENNIS CLUB
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The Table Tennis Club at St Lawrence Village Hall are looking for new members. So if you fancy going along, there is currently an offer for people to try the class for free for 3 weeks. Pop along on Tuesday afternoons, 2-4pm, and give it a go!

PUBLIC FOOTPATH CLOSURE
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From Isle of Wight Council:

"We have had to close public footpath V99 at St Lawrence. The closure is because of landslips along it making it unsafe - please don't try to use it.

 

The closed route runs between Binnel Bay/ V124 to public Footpaths V97/ V96."

CLOSURE OF WOODY BAY STEPS
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Steve Cockett received notice from the Isle of Wight Council as follows:

 

"We have had to close the set of beach access steps at Woody Bay, St Lawrence (accessed off the remaining part of Footpath V98) as they have become unsafe for public use and need to be repaired. But as there appears to be land movement in progress in this area we will need to wait until the land stabilises before we can make any decision as to when maybe the right time to carry out works."