We’re delighted to announce details of our first prize draw for our weekly newsletter subscribers, Sunday lunch for two courtesy of our friends at the elegant 17th century Nailcote Hall.
To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is subscribe to our weekly newsletter and confirm your subscription by 31st January 2014. The draw will take place on 1st February 2014 and the winner will be notified by the BalsallCom.Com team, via email, within 3 days of the draw taking place.
Today we launch our new What’s On guide, keeping you up to date with all the weekly activities and events in the village. The new exhaustive pre-school section has been compiled by BalsallCom.Com’s newest writer Charlotte Kennedy-Pearce.
What’s On in Balsall Common covers all age groups. If you have any clubs or activities you would like to see publicised then please email email@example.com.
We hope that this guide will provide residents new and old a valuable information resource.
There’s a whole load of fun and well-organised cricket camps for boys and girls aged 5 to 15 across the West Midlands taking place this summer, including a spell at Berkswell Cricket Club in Balsall Common.
The camps attract plaudits from attendees, grateful parents, clubs and schools, so they’re well worth investigating for anyone who hasn’t yet tried them.
Check out the information sheet and booking form below for more details about the camps. If you can’t commit to the most local camp at Berkswell Cricket Club there’s plenty more to choose from dates and venue-wise throughout the summer holidays.
These camps are have been carefully designed to create the perfect blend of skills-building, matchplay and fun.
BalsallCom.Com – the community website serving Balsall Common is nine years old today and we’re now recruiting. We’d love to hear from anybody interested in helping us in our mission to serve the community.
BalsallCom.Com is a spare-time project which means there’s occasions when we struggle to publish all the information we’d love to share.
We hate letting people down so we’re on the lookout for more community-minded souls to join us. We’d love to hear from anybody who can help us gather, write or edit stories, or work behind the scenes with general administration to free up our time to publish more stuff.
For anybody interested in finding out more drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – with the subject heading’BalsallCom.Com recruitment’. To find out more about us and what we do check out these links:
It’s time to take a deep breath as the Christmas edition of Balsall Common’s community magazine The Bugle is available for download from our dedicated Bugle page. There’s a short article from BalsallCom.Com on our soon to be launched new look website and local directory on page 43.