Grant From Torrington Rotary Club

Gt Torrington Rotary Club have given us a grant of £250 to replace our hard working printer which finally decided it had reached  the end of its life!

Thanks to the Rotary’s Clubs  generous offer we are back in business and able to keep the community informed of all the events we are holding at the Town and Community Hall!!

Jubilee display of the Royal Family

This special display knitted by our Knit & Natter group  to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee represent the  royal Family (including a corgi) has put a smile on everybody’s face”

If you haven’t had a chance to get out much  why not pop along on a Wednesday morning between 10-1pm and meet all the lovely ladies of all ages who not only enjoy their cake and coffee but support each other when help is needed. Give it a try and learn new skills or share your skills with others. If you just want to sit and enjoy the company that’s fine too!!

 

Andy Griffiths, Advisor

I grew up in Torrington until 1975 and returned in 2003.
My professional  career has been varied with military service, pre-hospital emergency care and also in variety of roles in the mountain environment
Since returning to Torrington I have taken on the role of Town Beadle which I thoroughly enjoy, attending and assisting each Mayor   during their term in office
My other interests include managing my small holding, horticultural, and National and Military history.