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Archive for October 2019

Carbrooke artist selected for art trail

Carbrooke student Tori Woolley has been selected to paint a very special project as part of an art trail to take place in Cambridge next spring. She explains: “Early in the summer I submitted a design to be apart of ‘Cows about Cambridge. Big news, my design has been sponsored by Cambridge Assessment to transform…

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Fundraiser returns to the Village Hall!

Those of you who have lived in the Village for some time will undoubtedly remember Terry and Ann Mahoney’s amazing events in the Village Hall to raise money for the Humanitarian Concern centre Orphanage in Nepal. Every event has had it’s own unique musical theme – from Country and western to rocking with the Rolling…

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The Boy Tom’s October ramblings

How are yu all a’gettin on t’gether? Well han’t we had a rare lot o’rain? (first week Oct)  that were needed. Havin bin a driven around afore the tempests cum along I could sum o’them old Sugar Beet were a bit thirsty, their leaves were a lying on the ground.   The farmers will leave…

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Carbrooke Christmas Bazaar

The annual Carbrooke Christmas bazaar wild be held in the Village Hall on Saturday 30th November from 10.00am – 3.00pm. The event will include craft stalls, games and activities, refreshments, cakes, bar and proceeds will go to our village groups. We are still looking for offers of help including donations of prizes and the baking…

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Book launch and tea party

Throughout the years school headteachers have had to keep a school diary, and Carbrooke school is no exception. During the second world war, the Headmistress, Miss Mary Norton, kept a fascinating record of daily life and events in Carbrooke, during the years of the war through her entries in the school log: a much admired…

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