Sibbertoft is an active community and many people regularly give their time to provide clubs and events:
Village pop-up shop
Due to current events Sibbertoft Sunday teas opening is delayed we may not be able to open for business at all this year! A great disappointment to many as we know how much our loyal customers look forward to visiting us week by week throughout the season. We have also lost a huge part of our income stream (£8000 pa). Many people have no idea that the basic cost of running our church is £20,000 a year! So we have come up with a new ideas to raise funds and keep connected with the community. The weekend Pop-up Shop is born. At the time of writing (16th April) we have been open for 2 weekends and are overwhelmed by the support and generosity people are showing. We have raised £400! Thank you to all who have supported thus far.
Lesley’s and Cynthia’s greenhouses are filling up nicely and our allotments bursting into spring growth. Our Pop-up shops are situated outside Roserie Cottage, Westhorpe and Beam House, Welland Rise. Weather and stock permitting we will set up on Saturdays and or Sundays offering a selection of seasonal ornamental herbaceous/perennials and annual plants and flowers. Vegetable and salad plants to grow in your own gardens, greenhouses or patios. Plus cut flowers fresh fruit and vegetables as they come available. Together with home-made jams, marmalade etc. We are happy to receive donations of suitable items to sell from other residents. Contact Lesley via Sibbertoft Social WhatsApp group.
Contactless, hand washing facilities. Honesty box and IOU system. Recycling containers, no transport miles and introducing peat-free compost. All good environmental practices and free gardening tips and advice should you need it.
Funds raised will go to the Nan on the Run project (https://www.give.net/Nanontherun2020_21/fundraising), supporting St Helen’s Church and the Reading Room refurbishment project
The famous Sunday teas are held at the Reading Room every Sunday 2.30-5pm from the first Sunday in April until the last Sunday in September. All proceeds go towards the upkeep of St Helen’s Church. Due to Coronavirus, the Sunday Teas are being held remotely via the Parish Council Zoom facility.
Yoga for Health
Please note: Due to the refurbishment of the Reading Room, Yoga will take place in Marston Trussel village hall from 4th November until the New Year.
Sibbertoft’s regular Yoga class takes place in the Reading Room every Monday. Beginners 6-7pm, Intermediate 7.15-8.45pm. All welcome. For more information please contact Jose Kirby (07801 880 908) or email@example.com
Due to Coronavirus, the yoga lessons will be held virtually using Sibbertoft Parish Council’s zoom account, please contact me for Jose for further details
Find us on the second Tuesday of every month at the Red Lion pub at 8pm. For more information please contact Jose Kirby (07801 880 908) or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tea & Toast
A chance for people to meet up, make friends, get out and see old friends, bring the dog and meet a fellow dog walker. It’s free and is held in St. Helen’s Church at 10.00am on the first Sunday of each month