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Auction of Promises

At Waldringfield Village Hall
Friday 20th May 7pm for a 7.30 start

*** Here is the list of promises ***

Fish & Flicks at Riverside voucher for 2

Visit to Orford Lighthouse + picnic for 4

Three sponge cakes: Choc, Coffee, or plain

6 x 25kg bags of Premium House Coal

Bread-making party for 4: Make a loaf from scratch
(Includes coffee, cake, wine & cheese while the bread is rising)

2 framed reproductions of Joe Lubbock prints

Christmas Cake

Woodland walk followed by afternoon tea
Oil painting + sign for house or boat

Water a villagers’ garden for a week

10 tons of gravel, sand or ballast
(delivered within 5 miles of Waldringfield quarry)

Two tickets to the Red Rooster Festival, Euston Hall

4 x Demijohn glass flagons

Gift voucher to Ufford Park, Woodbridge

Fruit hamper

1 bottle of whisky

A box of homemade pottery: mug, bowl, pots

A house in Dordogne for a week next year. Sleeps:-
2 x double, 1 x double futon, 2 x fold up. 1 bathroom.
French speaking village between Perigueux and Brive

Pot of purple plants

Handmade English leather dog collar 11 – 14 inches

2 large boxes of home – grown organic vegetables and fruit

A honey hamper ( to be delivered in October)

Les Crouzes white wine – Colombard

A magnum of Margaux 2008, bottled by
Chateau Cantenac Brown for Fortnum & Mason

3 hours gardening. To be arranged

Falconry and Hawking, 1 hours flying experience for 4

A selection of garden plants

Christmas pudding “a la Nigella” for 10, or 2 smaller ones

4 loaves of bread

A two course meal for 2 + a bottle of wine at
the Waldringfield Sailing Club

3 x Victoria sponge – any flavour – any time

Family tickets for Foxhall Stadium. By arrangement.

A meal for two at the Greyhound, Pettistree

A jersey for a gentleman from Cordings of London XL

6 bottles of wine in a box

Designer Cushion + greetings card

Brace of pheasants (not dressed) in the season

2 boxes of 6 family handmade crackers – suitable for Christmas or
children’s party

Case of Champagne

Fish and Chips and a drink each for 2 at The Maybush

Selection of outdoor plants

Three x 8 new children’s books

1 aged builders wheelbarrow & 1 antique push mower(can be viewed in the car park on the night)

An afternoon helping to research your WW1 Ancestor

Pet sitting (e.g. Dog walking, cat feeding while you’re away on holiday)

Indoor studio portraits of your pet dogs taken in a portable studio,
which can be brought to your house to set up, and some shots to try and capture your dog’s unique characteristics. Also, prepare the raw shots and provide you with the finished collection

A home made fruit cake

An afternoon or evening trip down the Deben to Ramsholt, Felixstowe
Ferry for up to 4 on the rib. Life jackets provided

A round of golf and bar meal for 2 at Ufford Park (Monday to Friday) OR
2No 1hour lessons with a PGA qualified professional (also at Ufford Park)

A large bag of walnuts and a pudding of your choice made to order

An afternoon’s sail on a Shrimper for 2

Maybush Vs Fox Football

Wednesday 18th May 2016 saw the Maybush take on the Fox at football. A great mix of people in both teams from those who play regularly to those that could barely stand whilst trying to run. Played in three sessions of half hour each, we took to the main pitch at ITFC. The ground was organised thanks to the work of Matt Clarke who works for the football club.

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It has been said that the true gravity of playing on ITFC’s pitch was lost on me, but for those who regularly attend the ground, it was a magical experience. Unfortunately the roar of the crowd was limited to the voices of about 25 spectators, but we appreciated all of their support.

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The shirts were kindly supplied by Deben Inns and made it a great spectacle. The Maybush team sported the home kit whilst the away kit adorned the Fox players. Everyone got to play thanks to the managers operating a rolling substitution process.

After the game, Deben Inns hosted a buffet in the Maybush for the participants, so thanks for the great support from Steve and Lou
again.

The match raised around £800 for the ‘Sir Bobby Robson memorial fund’ and one of the charities supported by our late friend Bobby Bullard. group

Ladies’ Pamper Evening 22nd April

Ladies’ Pamper Night!

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After the huge success of our Pamper Night in September, a quick reminder that the Waldringfield School Association has decided to host another evening of relaxation, treatments and indulgence!

It starts at 7pm at Waldringfield
Village Hall tomorrow night, Friday 22nd April.

Entry is £5 and includes a glass of fizz (or soft drink), nibbles and entry into a raffle for a pamper hamper.

We’ll have all sorts of treatments on offer from massage and manicures to reiki and crystal therapy. There will also be the chance to buy variety of gorgeous gifts.

Treatments are £5 for 15 minutes (or £10 for 30 minutes depending on length of treatment).

We hope to see you there!

 

Fox vs Maybush Cricket 2015

The Match

Sunday 27th September saw the annual Fox Vs Maybush cricket match on the cricket meadow in Fishpond Road Waldringfield. Now I don’t know a lot about cricket so would welcome a match report from someone who knows more (really, all reports would be welcome)!

I took around 2500 (yep!) photos so have selected and cropped a few here for you here.

It was a really great village event, with a very close score. A good turn-out of spectators even though it was quite chilly. Well done to2015-09-27 15.54.07-1 the organisers and thanks to Steve at the Fox for hosting the presentation and after match nibbles.

In the end, The Fox won by one run on the last ball, breaking a ten year run of defeats. Congratulations to The Fox team.