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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope that this guide will provide residents new and old a valuable information resource.
Visit the guide by clicking “What’s On” at the top of this page or follow this link: http://www.balsallcom.com/whats/
Help for Heroes is a charity formed to help those (and their families) with life-changing injuries from Britain’s military wars.
Berkswell and Balsall RFC are holding a “Help for Heroes” luncheon event on the 18th January starting at 12:00 noon at the club on Honiley Road, followed by a home game against Hereford which kicks off at 2:15. Continue reading “Tickets for `Help for Heroes’ Luncheon Event at BBRFC”
Alison Worth and Claire Reid are starting a weekly Baby café at St Peter’s Church from this Friday. An opportunity for new parents to socialise.
Bengal Brasserie has joined the list of outlets selling discounted advanced tickets for the Balsall Common fete and Party in the Park on Saturday 28th September 2013. The Bengal Brasserie is a keen and consistent supporter of community initiatives and are undeniably proud to be associated with the 2nd Balsall Common fete and Party in the Park.
The Bengal Brasserie run ‘As Much as You Like’ buffets on Monday evenings, just perfect for busy folk struggling for energy after a tough return to work. A quick call ahead is required book your ‘As Much as You Like’ buffet. Call 01676 533883.
Discounted advanced tickets available from the following outlets:
Continue reading “Bengal Brasserie joins list of sales outlets for major community event”
The magnificent Nailcote Hall in Berkswell hosts its’ ladies and mens Open Par 3 Championship this Sunday (9th June 2013) where the winner gains entry into the Farmfoods National Par 3 Championships with £100,000 prize-money at the same venue in August.
The winner will get to play on a tournament card on 7th and 8th August that includes golfing luminaries such as Sam Torrance and Ian Woosnam.
For more information about the event and the chance to apply for last minute entry visit the tournament webpage here:
The same opportunity to play at the full National tournament is available to juniors via a separate open competition on to be held at Nailcote on Sunday 23rd June.