Come and celebrate Caribbean style to raise funds for Hinxton church.
Sunday, 30 July, we are having a Caribbean Lunch at the
Village Hall & Recreation Ground. The steel band will play from 12.00 – 2.00 p.m, then there will be pirate games for children (and adults!). Come dressed as a pirate or in your favourite Caribbean shirt!
Tickets are £10 for Adults, £5 for Children (under 5’s free) which includes lunch and one drink.
About a week to go until Ickleton fete on 24th June and planning is going well. We have a big bouncy castle on order, a coconut shy and the stack of Pimms and beer is building along with preparations for all the other activities.
Extreme Domestic Activities
The highlight of the whole event will be our competition to find the Extreme Domestic Activities Quad-athlete – we have 4 fab round of this competition occurring throughout the afternoon with individual prizes for each round and a grand prize for top athlete across all 4. Extreme domestic activities include:
- Duvet wrestling
- Peg wrangling
- Creative napkin folding
- Sock sorting
“This is not for the faint hearted!”
Help still needed
We are still looking for helpers and donations. We need donations for the following stalls:
- cake and produce
- toys and puzzles
Please feel free to bring donations on the day or contact Keena.
Come and hear the wonderful Whittlesford Community Gospel choir in Ickleton Village Hall on Saturday 1st July from 7.30pm.
The choir sing a range of lively gospel songs and spirituals which raise the roof and the soul. The ineffable Tina Brooks conducts the choir with great vigour and fun so it will be a very happy and tuneful evening. All proceeds from the concert are being donated to good causes – Ickleton church, Ickleton playground and William Westley Primary School.
You’re guaranteed to leave this event feeling positive and uplifted – so it’s a great tonic for the soul. If you want to get a taste of previous events just click here.
Tickets are £8 for adults and £5 for concessions (OAPs and under 12s) and can be obtained from Costcutter in Ickleton or from the online ticket site.
The joy of a traditional fete, like Ickleton’s on 24th June, is that we have a huge range of stalls run by local people. The aim of the fete is to raise funds for the church, but equally important is having a wonderful family day out together. You can get the latest on the fete line up here.
We’ve therefore got lots of free activities – like the Cambridge University Ceilidh band – where you can come to enjoy the music or have a dance. We have a massive nearly new clothes stall where you can grab a designer bargain. Our huge range of game stalls will keep you and the children enthralled but not break the bank.
The home cooked food we offer is legendary, so whether it’s a burger and beer or tea and cake you know you’ll get something delicious.
We try to ensure that we have priced all the events and activities to be affordable while making a small profit. Please join us for a wonderful family day out while supporting the local church.
You’ve seen all the hype; been bombarded with the posters and posts and now here’s the result….a fantastic £1544 raised by the fashion show.
As well as the money, which will help us maintain our range of worship and community activities, this event also showed the great support and fellowship within the village. It was made possible by the commitment of a range of people – Glynis Hammond who organised everything, Jan Livingstone our creative director and fashion adviser, Anne-Marie Hoare the wonder networker who mobilised so many helpers, Helen Royce who managed all the money and did huge amounts of clothes sorting and Jeff Merrells and Roy Smith who manned the bar – well someone has to.
The whole event was transformed by the fabulous lighting and it’s Ray Olds who made that happen for us and we are so, so grateful.
Our eloquent compare, Patrick Bloomfield, commanded the stage and kept the fun going but the stars of the show were our models, the local people who stepped out of their comfort zones to elegantly strutted their stuff and inspired the rest of us.
There were many other helpers and volunteers, from Sara Mila on sound to our back stage crew of dressers.
Thank you all – it really was the ‘must do’ event of the year!
As the Ickleton fashion show approaches – remember SATURDAY 13 MAY @ 7.30pm in Ickleton village hall –
we have now releases the list of our fabulous raffle prizes.
So as well as bagging a designer item at bargain price you can also win one of these great prizes as well.
Hope to see you there with your glad rags on!
Get ready for a night of fun and frolics at the Ickleton fashion show. The fashion show will feature pre-loved designer and high-end fashion items modelled by a set of our lovely locals. Tickets are £5 and there is a licensed bar so you can sit back, sip a drink, enjoy the show and then buy some of the wonderful bargains we’ve had donated. So put the date in your diary 13th May, 7.30pm!
The fashion show is one of our church fundraising events for 2017 and, like our other events, it makes an important contribution to church funds. Your support for this is really appreciated. In addition to coming along you can also support by donating any of your designer clothes that you no longer want or use. We are also collecting accessories and jewellery.
For more information on donating or to get tickets contact Glynis on 01799 530127.