Village Quiz 2015 Boughton Aluph

Boughton Aluph Village Quiz 2015

Who can give the cricket club teams a run for their money this year? Will the question-setters’ microphones be working properly? And will this be the occasion when unruly elements are finally sent to the sin bin for daring to question the infallible authorities? All these questions (at least) will be answered on:

Saturday 28th November in the Iron Room

7.15pm for a prompt 7.30pm start

As usual, the format is for teams of 4, with the extortionate entry fee of £2.50 per person (pay on the door). Buffet food will be provided at the half-way mark, but please feel free to bring your own nibbles and drinks as well to sustain you as the suspense mounts. Just sign up on the village noticeboard beside the Flying Horse, or in the Iron Room, or e-mail Nigel Bunker at with team name, contact person, and contact telephone number.

♫♪Village Choir Sing-alone Come and join in ♪♫ The first ‘gathering’ will be on Monday 23rd November 7.30pm – 9.00pm Flying Horse – Pegasus Bar

♫♪Village Choir Sing-along Come and join in ♪♫

Village Choir Sing 2014


Monday evenings 7.30pm – 9.00pm Flying Horse
A seasonal invitation to you from your neighbour
♪♫♫ Carol Singing ♪♫♫

The first ‘gathering’ will be on Monday 23rd November – there are no auditions, no previous experience is required… everyone is welcome..!
The aim is simply to gather as a village and rehearse for a village Christmas Carol Singing held on the Sunday 13th December 4.30pm. All welcome complimentary mulled wine, mince pies and a roasting log fire in the Pub.
PRACTICE AND REHARSALS: Monday evenings, only 3 rehearsal’s no need to make them all.

Please join us, following the last two years success this looks like becoming an annual event…. !!Do you remember the Nativity Productions organized by Cannon Neal..? Any questions or to keep up-to-date with the rehearsals & review songs sheets etc follow the residence blog- click the black box “+ FOLLOW” enter your email address and submit, you will then be automatically sent Village updates

Bessie Fuller at aged 100 years was probably the village’s oldest inhabitant, having lived and worked in the village most, if not all, her life.

Her funeral will be at Charing Crematorium at 11.20am on Monday 2nd November and will be followed by a gathering, with refreshments, for friends and family in the Iron Room.  Anybody who cannot make it to the Crematorium is still welcome to come to the Iron Room, from about 12.30.