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St. John's Christmas Fair 

Saturday 2nd December
Posted by Barbara Chandler Tuesday, November 21, 2017 8:38:00 PM

On Saturday 2nd December at 2pm in the Ulgham W.I. Hall, St. John's Church will be holding its annual Chrismas Fayre. There will be stalls, cakes, bottle draw, tombola, books, gifts, raffles and a visit from Santa!!!! Please contact Pauline on 790721 if you would like to donate items for the stalls. Entrance £1 (under 16 free).

War Memorial Update 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Tuesday, November 21, 2017 1:01:00 PM

George Brown, Ulgham Parish Councillor, has been managing the Ulgham War Memorial Restoration Project since the beginning of the year. He has worked tirelessly to obtain the required planning permission and searching for funding. He has created a web page on our village website which will give updates on the progress being made. Please visit the page here for the latest news.

Hedgehog with hoglets 

10th October
Posted by Barbara Chandler Tuesday, October 10, 2017 6:58:00 PM

Hedgehogs are thriving in Ulgham, especially The Forge Estate. Norris Atthey has kindly sent in this photo of a hedgehog family feeding on his patio.

Forge Estate hedgehogs

Keep up to date with our Neighbourhood Watch news 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Sunday, July 23, 2017 11:43:00 PM

Our Neighbourhood watch co-ordinator, Veronica Duffield puts up regular updates on our website about the latest scams that people need to watch out for here. Please remember that we are trying to keep people safe as possible from criminals who are trying to disrupt our lives at every opportunity. Remind people in the village that this information is available to anyone with access to the internet.

Dog Fouling on the pavement 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Wednesday, May 24, 2017 1:58:00 PM

Some dog owners are still leaving their dog's fouling on the pavement and gardens adjacent to the pavement in the village. This is against the law and any person found to be responsible for such behaviour will be prosecuted. Please could all dog owners be aware of their dog's actions and do not spoil our village.

Are you a knitter? 

Christmas shoebox scheme
Posted by Barbara Chandler Tuesday, March 28, 2017 3:50:00 PM

Knitters are Needed – anybody willing to knit hats, gloves and/or scarves for Christmas Shoeboxes please contact Stephanie Atthey Tel.790730, wool can be provided.

Ulgham Film Club 

3rd Thursday in the month
Posted by Barbara Chandler Sunday, November 27, 2016 4:34:00 PM

Ulgham has its very own Film Club. On the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7.30pm a film is shown in the WI Hall which tries to cater for all tastes. Entry is free and you can bring your own refreshments. Everyone is welcome. The next film to be shown can be seen here.

Garden Sculpture Weekend 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Wednesday, September 21, 2016 5:03:00 PM

The weather stayed fine for the weekend of the 10th/11th September and there were 11 entries for the competition, plus the usual contributions from the Dales School in Blyth in the churchyard. The theme of My Country gave a variety of displays. The church provided refreshments for those partaking in a walk around the village to view the displays. The winner of this year's competition was the Little Owls entry which was displayed at the side gate of the W.I. Hall. Photos of the displays can be viewed here.

Polite request to dog owners 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Sunday, August 21, 2016 4:59:00 PM

This is just a polite reminder to dog owners in the village that the gardens of some houses along the main road through the village do extend onto the pavement. Most dog owners do respect the warnings and remove their dogs' doings, for which everyone is grateful. However, some are still allowing their dogs to foul the soil alongside the pavements, leaving the garden owners to clear up. Please have respect for the law and for the villagers who are trying to keep the village looking nice.

Community Speed Watch 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Monday, July 04, 2016 3:44:00 PM

Ulgham village is now part of a country wide scheme to curb speeding through small villages. Volunteers are needed to support the police in delivering the message that speeding will not be tolerated. More information can be found at this Northumbria Police page.

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