The community-friendly team at the Berkswell Legion on Station Road are continuing their membership drive unabated with the launch of yet another new initiative, this time it’s their all-new end-of-the-week Friday club, complete with happy hour from 5:30pm until 7:30pm.
Non-members are welcome to try out the facility a number of times before committing to join (for an extremely modest annual fee), and are positively encouraged to call in and keep Chris busy behind the bar.
All draught beers are £2.00 a pint, with all other drinks discounted during the 120 minute long ‘happy hour’. A long hour worth waiting for!
Sara Parkes is hoping our community can help her locate her dog, an English Working Cocker Spaniel who answers to the name of Fearne, missing from Spencers Lane in Berkswell since 2:30pm this afternoon (New Year’s Day).
If you have any information that can help unite dog and owner, please call Sara Parkes on 07969 681663. We are also told that Fearne is very friendly and should answer if called by name.
Jim Troughton, captain of Warwickshire County Cricket Club and winner of two County Championship winners medals, one as captain in 2012, will be at Berkswell Cricket Club this Thursday evening with team mates plus special guests for an evening of entertainment and dinner. The curry evening forms part of the Warwickshire Captains’ benefit tour and will be hosted by TV presenter Gary Newbon. Guest speaker Paul Nixon of England and Leicestershire will be followed on the bill by comedian Ian ‘Sludge’ Lees.
Dinner guests will be invited to participate in a Q&A session and can expect to enjoy the company of Warwickshire and England cricketers Chris Woakes, Darren Maddy and Tim Ambrose and fellow Warwickshire cricketers Jeetan Patel, Ian Westwood and Balsall Common’s homegrown Warwickshire representative Tom Milnes.
Oakes Farm Shop are the latest local business to become Event Partners for the Balsall Common fete being held at Meeting House Lane on Saturday 28th September 2013. They were keen to support the community event which depends heavily on the financial backing of companies based in the area.
Gary Oakes told us:
“We’re delighted to support this fantastic event. We’ve been thrilled with the response of the local community since we opened the farm shop and cafe at the beginning of this year and its nice to be able to give something back. We’re also selling tickets for the event and will have a stall there on the day.”