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July 2022 Parish magazine published

The July 2022 issue of the Parish Magazine has been published, copies should be dropping through your letterboxes this week.

For those that can't wait and would like a early look, you can download a full copy from the Eardisland Parish Magazine section of this website.

Our Faithful Queen book

The church has a FREE copy of the book 'Our Faithful Queen' to give to every family with children in the parish to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee. Please collect your copy from Dian Cope at Downhome, Church Road, HR6 9BP. No need to contact Dian before you come, but if you would like to make arrangements her number is 01544 388317.

Trees and Hedgerows Talk: Tuesday 7th June at 7pm

The Environment and Sustainability Group are hosting a talk in the Village Hall by Sarah King from The Herefordshire Wildlife Trust. She will be talking about the importance of understanding and maintaining trees and hedgerows in the county, as well as where best to plant new trees. She will also be giving us advice on how to survey the trees and hedgerows in the parish. The group is aiming to start surveying during June, July and August as part of our tree audit project (for which we received funding from Herefordshire Council).
Anyone is welcome to come along to the talk which should be about 45 minutes long. There will be refreshments.

May 2022 Parish magazine published

The May 2022 issue of the Parish Magazine has been published, copies should be dropping through your letterboxes this week.

For those that can't wait and would like a early look, you can download a full copy from the Eardisland Parish Magazine section of this website.

Eardisland Community Shop - New Hours

From 1st May 2022 the shop will be open from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

From 1st June 2022 the shop will be open from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon on Sundays and Bank Holidays.

To make it a simpler or a more appealing task, from 1st June it is intended that the morning papers will be marked up with the shop closed. This is in the hope that more volunteers will be able to assist first thing in the morning, there are currently only two volunteers who do this regularly and we simply need more. We currently have sufficient numbers who are able to close the shop (although more are welcome) but the current closing time has not been popular with the volunteers. We have to remember the shop is run entirely by volunteers from the ordering, cleaning, paying in, liaising with other organisations, managing stock as well as the hour we all do working in the shop and everyone does this so that we can provide a vital village amenity.

David Wallis who has been opening up the shop on a regular basis for the last 10 years is reducing his hours in the shop from June, but he is not giving it up completely, a big thank you to David for all the years of service, we would not have the functioning shop we have today without him.

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