Ceramic Poppy - Holy Trinity has been given a wonderful piece of history, donated
by Polly and Jim Bivens. We have been given a ceramic poppy from the thousands planted
at the Tower of London to commemorate all those who died in the First World War.
The poppy has been arranged on a wooden base backed by a piece of oak, which was
expertly crafted from Polly’s idea by Tony Devitt. The poppy looks as though it is
planted in grass as it was in London. Either side is a framed certificate and a photograph
which shows the memorable scene at the Tower. It can be viewed on the table at
the back of the Church. Thank you to Polly and Jim for a gift which will be a part
of our Church life for many years to come. ‘Lest We Forget’
Carol singing around the village raised over £200 for Holy Trinity Church and the
Concert by Anslow Players raised over £400 for Holy Trinity Church.
Helping local people to live more independent, healthier lives. Invitation to an
Improving Lives Update. Thursday 15 January 2015 at Burton Town Hall. 7.00pm-8.30pm
(registration from 6.30pm). We would like to invite all local people to come along
and hear about the work we at East Staffordshire CCG are doing on: Improving Lives
GPs and staff at East Staffordshire CCG have been listening to patients and carers,
particularly older people and those with long term health issues.
We are going to transform the way that services are delivered across East Staffordshire,
to give you the outcomes you have asked us for.
The evening will include:
· Patients’ and carers’ views on why changes are needed
· What work has been done so far
· What will be different in the future
· An opportunity to share your views
If you would like to come along - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
01782 298192 to book a place, as this will help us with our seating/catering plans.
If you can’t attend but have any questions or comments, please use the same email
or phone number to contact us. You can also find more information on our website
Improving Lives: www.eaststaffsccg.nhs.uk/improving-lives
Next Parish Council Meeting Thursday 22nd January 7.30pm, Mosley Academy.
Allotments for rent in Anslow, available January 2015; contact Judy, the Clerk to
the Parish Council on 07775 847425
Watch out there’s a thief about. Plants have been stolen (for the second time) from
the planter at the Main Road entrance of Anslow.
Cards – If you are dropping a short note to someone, sending out Baptism invitations
or even a Christmas card, we have cards for sale which have a photograph of Holy
Trinity Church Anslow on the front. Packs of 4 - £3.50. Individual cards - £1.00.
Telephone Polly 01283 814054 – email@example.com
A DVD of the concert 'Buddies of the Fields' held on 27th July is now available price
£8. Telephone 812428.
Check out the latest police alerts under the Neighbourhood watch page
Holy Trinity Church Christmas Market. Raised £933 for Holy Trinity funds
Have your say about local NHS services - join ‘Our NHS’ this scheme is aimed at
keeping the public and patients aware and updated of events, encouraging them to
get involved and have their say to help shape local health services. It is free to
join and members receive a quarterly Newsletter by email which contains information
from the Clinical Commissioning Group, adverts for various local health events, and
links into surveys and questionnaires
Hay for sale, Tutbury area, phone Dave on 07967 661296
Do you want to get around your local area without a car? - A new Staffordshire County
Council transport service starts Monday 28th April. To book your journey call 01283
512705 or 01283 544320 or e-mail (allow 48 hours notice for e-mail bookings)
Volunteers needed in local schools - are you over 50, do you have time to spare
to provide reading support for children?
Friends of Outwoods