The minutes of the October meeting of Stoke Ferry Parish Council
Minutes of Stoke Ferry Parish Council Meeting held in the Community Centre
At 7.30pm on Wednesday 18 October 2006
Those Attending: Mr M Ferrie (Chairman), Mrs T Mann, Mr M Precey, Mr M Mycock, Mrs M Leamon, Mr D Summers, County Councillor T White, Mrs C Hardy (Clerk), 8 members of the public.
Matt also reminds us of the real Christmas story and rails against the ever increasing commercialism.
Revd Matt Finch 01366 387602 firstname.lastname@example.org
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A report on a sleepover in Wretton church by a group of youngsters trying to raise money for church funds.
On Tuesday 31st October, myself, Adam Randall, Lucy
Hogan. Holly Hogan, Louise Randall, Trish Willis and
Ron gets on his soapbox to harange our politicians for their needless harrassment of the public.
Smokers and the NHS
Non-smokers can generally be divided into two groups; those with no sympathy for smokers and regard them as foolish selfish people voluntarily ruining their own health and possibly other people’s, and those who have some sympathy and regard smokers as victims that are addicted, slaves to a habit that impoverishes them and puts their health at risk. Former smokers that have succeeded in escaping from the clutches of nicotine are just as likely to be unsympathetic as those who have never smoked, sometimes adopting an arrogant attitude because of their own success at kicking the habit.
Janet provides us with a delightful poem depicting her view of the first Christmas
Now that we are into December and are well into the Christmas presents and Christmas card buying season it appears to me that the reason for Christmas is sometimes forgotten.