The Memorial Social Centre in Wickhambrook

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The What's On - Village Newsletter

The Wickhambrook What's On is the Wickhambrook village bi-monthly newsletter and is run by the Memorial Social Centre (MSC) Supporters.

The What's On aims to report forthcoming events by way of short announcements rather than providing specific detail. The What's On is run in conjunction with The Scene which is the village magazine and the two are published on alternate months.

The What's On is delivered to every household within the village, free of charge. The Scene is available by subscription. It contains articles, local business advertising and general information about Wickhambrook village life and reports on what the various clubs, societies and many other groups involved with Wickhambrook are doing.

Current What's On

Wickhambrook News and Events

Adobe pdf document Devolution Notes from County Cllr Mary Evans

Churches Together

Lent Talks
Churches Together

Starting at 2 pm. on Mondays, from March 6th for 5 weeks,in the Benefice Hall, Wickhambrook led by Revd. Brin Singleton. (Tea and biscuits will be served.)

Wickhambrook Horticultural Society

Monday 27th March
The next Horticultural Society meeting will be on Monday 27th of March at the usual time of 7.30pm in the W.I. Hall.  Talk by Nigel Start of Great Wilbraham on 'Keeping Chickens on a Small Scale'.  We look forward to seeing you, visitors are most welcome, entry is £2 and includes refreshments.

The Great British Spring Clean

Wickhambrook Spring Litter Pick - 2nd April

Can you spare an hour or so to improve the look of your village? Wickhambrook Parish Council is backing a campaign to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their local communities in March and April 2017. To support the country's biggest ever community clear up, the Parish Council is seeking volunteers to take part in an organised litter pick.

Meet at Wickhambrook MSC car park at 11.30 a.m. Hazard jackets, rubbish sacks and grab sticks provided.

Visit the main campaign website at

W.I. Wickhambrook

Tuesday 11th April 2017

The next W.I. meeting is 'Addenbrooke’s Hospital History' with Hilary Ritchie. 7.30pm in the W.I. Hall, everyone welcome. Our meetings are held at 7.30pm in the WI Hall and all ladies from the village and district will be made very welcome. Just turn up at the WI Hall if you would like to join in. Information is always available from Hilary (01440 821713) or Veronica (01440 820791) for all our activities.

W.I. Tea Party W.I. Tea Party

The next W.I. Tea Party will be on the 14th April 2017 . All Welcome.  Come and join us from 2pm till 4pm for Tea, Coffee and Cake £1.50.  All profits to Suffolk Carers

Churches Together

Good Friday Walk of Witness
Churches Together
14th April at 10am

Led by Revd. Brin Singleton, from the URC to the Methodist Church. We hope to visit Emily Frost Close on Easter Saturday and leave some Easter eggs from Churches Together. Please do come and join us if you would like.

Churches Together

Fish/Chicken and Chips Supper
Churches Together
Saturday 29th April 2017

In the Benefice Hall, Wickhambrook starting 6.30pm. Members and friends very welcome. Tickets will be available soon.

Churches Together

Our Fifth Sunday Services
Churches Together
April 30th at Kirtling, led by Revd. Anthony Foreman

Falls Prevention Exercise
Every Tuesday

Seated and standing strength and balance exercises to maintain and prolong independence. This new class aims to increase mobility, flexibility, muscle strength and improve balance, with the opportunity after for refreshment and a chance to socialise with other members of the class.  10.30am to 11.20am at Wickhambrook Pavillion.  Pay as you go, £4.00 a class.  See poster for more information

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Please keep your information brief as space is limited and it must be of a non-commercial nature.  More detailed information should be sent to the Scene.

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Please note the closing date for entries is the 20th of the preceding month of publication.

Published by the Wickhambrook MSC Supporters Association