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Mon, 03 Nov 2014 7:30pm
Rotary Meeting - THE SOAR VALLEY FOOD PROJECT

Dinner followed by a talk by Tim Jackson on the recently launched Soar Valley Community Food Project.

Venue: The Red Lion Rothley

Visitors welcome - We meet on Mondays - 19.15 for 19.30 at a local hostelry. To book in or for details of other meetings and how to get involved please click on the following link to visit our website.

Thu, 06 Nov 2014 7:30pm
Parish Council Meeting

Wesleyan Room, Sileby Community Centre

Agenda (PDF, 278 Kb)
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 10:00am
RSPB Weekday Wildlife Walk at Swithland Reservoir and Budden Brook

Loughborough RSPB Group invite you to join them at 10.00am on a wildlife observing morning walk at Swithland Reservoir and Budden Brook

For full information please look at the group's website

To learn more about the RSPB please click HERE

Fri, 14 Nov 2014 7:45pm
RSPB Talk - The Bird Reserves of Kent by Jonathan Forgham

A life long birder and retired teacher, Jonathan studies the natural history of his East herts village and has published his reords.He visits North Norfolk and Kent monthly for birding trips. He will show some of his favourite and best spots.His bloghas lots of info and excellent photographs More »

7.45pm in Lecture Theatre U020, Brockington Building, Loughborough University, Epinal Way, Loughborough.

For details as to how to find the venue and of all the other group activities please go to the group's website.

Admission – £3 Group Members, £3.50 Non members, LU students with SU card gratis.

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Sat, 15 Nov 2014 10:00am
Sileby Methodist Church - Gift Day

King Street, Sileby

(Opposite Redland School)

Gift Day 10-2.00pm - Stalls & Raffle - Light Lunches

All Welcome

ALL WELCOME

For further information ring Brenda on 01509 813762

Sat, 15 Nov 2014 7:30pm
Murder Mystery Play in association with Friends of St. Mary's, Sileby
Murder Mystery Play in association with Friends of St. Mary's, Sileby

The Friends of St. Mary's Church, Sileby are pleased to be organising this Murder Mystery Play performed by the renowned Tyrsby Players from Leicester.The Play will be taking place at the Community Centre, Sileby on Saturday 15th November at 7.30pm.
Throughout the performance, at the prescribed intervals, a main course cold supper will be served followed by desserts later.
The audience will be seated at tables of eight people around the hall so that the actors can mingle and interact with them during the evening until the murder is solved.
Admission is by ticket only at a cost of £12.50, and the audience are asked to bring their own drinks, if required. Currently tickets can be purchased from Beverly (01509 815525) or Eric (01664 566410).

Thu, 20 Nov 2014 7:30pm
Parish Council Meeting

Wesleyan Room, Sileby Community Centre

Agenda (PDF, 344 Kb)
Sun, 23 Nov 2014 8:00am
RSPB Birdwatching Coach Trip to Blacktoft Sands & Far Ings Reserves

The Loughborough RSPB Group invite you to join them on their coach trip to the RSPB reserve at Blacktoft Sands and the Far Ings LWT Reserve just south of the river Humber

The Blacktoft Sands reserve is on the south bank of the Humber estuary and in the background ships can be seen heading for the docks at Goole. More »

Look carefully for hen harriers and merlins coming into the reedbed to roost as dusk descends. Hundreds of teals and wigeons provide a wildfowl spectacle from the Ousefleet hide. Stop near the flood bank to see the flock of tree sparrows. Barn and short-eared owls can often be seen towards dusk.

There are toilets and an information centre.

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust began to manage Far Ings in the 1980s when the reeds in the old clay pits were thick and dense. The booming call of the bittern was just a dream. Over the years the Trust has developed the techniques of reedbed management to dramatic effect. Bitterns, kingfishers, water voles and an array of other wildlife can now be seen at Far Ings.

The Visitor Centre has panoramic views over the reserve, interpretive displays and a gift shop.

The coach will leave from outside the Brockington Building, Loughborough University, Epinal Way, Loughborough at 8.00 am

Advanced bookings are essential for this trip, so if you wish to go use the Contact Us from the group website and give your name & contact details and the number to travel.

The cost is £20 for the coach (accompanied under 14s £5) All money is collected on the coach.

Please note:-

We do not ask for a deposit prior to the trip but assess the viability of the trip from bookings made. We are a small group and our trips are a large financial risk to us, we would ask that any cancellations made within 14 days of the trip or failure to travel, incur a £10 payment per booked seat. This ensures we can continue to offer field trips at a reasonable cost and remain financially sound.

We will endeavor to fill any cancelled places and be sympathetic to exceptional circumstances.

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Mon, 24 Nov 2014 7:30pm
Rotary Meeting - MASTERS OF MIRTH

Dinner followed by Rotarian Mike Storr from the Carlton Rotary Club with an entertaining and affectionate look at comedy from WW1 to the 1950's, "Masters of Mirth".

Venue: The Red Lion Rothley

Visitors welcome - We meet on Mondays - 19.15 for 19.30 at a local hostelry. To book in or for details of other meetings and how to get involved please click on the following link to visit our website.

Mike Storr (JPEG, 48 Kb, 399x379)
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