Hoodwinked Grand Charity Auction

Hoodwinked Grand Charity Auction

Join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a unique hand-painted piece of much-loved public art as the Hoodwinked robins are auctioned to their forever homes, and help to raise funds for Nottinghamshire Hospice.

Auctioneer: Charles Hanson (from BBC’s Bargain Hunt)

Tickets: £20, available from Nottinghamshire Hospice

Thursday 18th October 2018

St Mary’s Church, 40 High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN

18:45 doors open for welcome drinks and canapés

19:30 auction open

We are also opening up the hospice gardens this coming weekend (12-14 October) where we will display all the robins for a first and last opportunity to see them all in one place before they are auctioned off.

Tickets for this are available from our website: www.nottshospice.org

Lorry Watch

Lorry Watch

Any lorry over 7.5 tonne sighted in Cropwell Butler may be reported by using your mobile phone to take a photograph. Please upload to Lorry Watch on the NCC website ensuring the vehicle registration number is clearly displayed - you should give details of the time and date of the sighting as well as name of the road.

WI OPEN EVENING

WI OPEN EVENING

Thursday 6th July, 7.30pm
Cropwell Butler Village Hall
Dean Hyde
From Day Job to War Zone
Dean will be talking to us about his time visiting Camp Bastion and Kabul in Afghanistan
‘Extremely fascinating talk by a very funny and charismatic speaker’
This event is open to all, including gentlemen Everyone is Welcome

Non-members are requested to make a donation of £3.50 on the night. Coffee, tea and homemade cake will be served

WI Open Evening

WI Open Evening

Thursday 6th July 7.30pm

Cropwell Butler Village Hall

Dean Hyde

From Day Job to War Zone

Dean will be talking to us about his time visiting Camp Bastion and Kabul in Afghanistan.

This event is open to all, including gentlemen.

Everyone is welcome.

Non-members are requested to make a small donation on the night, which will include coffee, tea and homemade cake.

Kissing Gate

Kissing Gate

Spring has arrived at the Sheldon Field. You will no longer have to “get you leg over” the style at the northern footpath entrance as a new kissing gate has been installed. Tradition has it that when using a kissing gate with a member of the opposite sex you must give a kiss before you pass through.

To use the difibrillator

To use the difibrillator

Cropwell Butler New Defibrillator

The defibrillator in the phone box at the front of the Village Hall is now registered with the East Midlands Ambulance Service. 

Anyone dialling 999 will be given clear instructions by the ambulance service as to its whereabouts, the access code and how to use.

How to use the new defibrillator