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St. John's Christmas Fayre 

Saturday 1st December
Posted by Barbara Chandler Wednesday, October 10, 2018 9:56:00 PM

On Saturday 1st 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, activities for children 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).

Pie & Pea Supper 

Saturday 17th November
Posted by Barbara Chandler Saturday, October 06, 2018 4:08:00 PM

Marty Craggs, with Trevor Sewell will be entertaining again on Saturday 17th November, 8.00 p.m. - 11.30 p.m. in the WI Hall.  Tickets are £12 each and available from from Pauline Martin on 01670 790721.  There will be a Pie and Pea Supper and drinks available from the bar.

Wind Farm Grant Applications 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Friday, September 07, 2018 3:23:00 PM

New Indoor Bowls Season 

Wednesday 3rd October
Posted by Barbara Chandler Friday, September 07, 2018 3:05:00 PM

After the summer break, Indoor Bowls starts again on 3rd October at 2pm and continues on alternate Wednesday afternoons in the W.I. Hall. Please join in if you can. Refreshments are provided.

Little Owls Play and Stay changes 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Friday, September 07, 2018 2:58:00 PM

The successful Little Owls Stay and Play group has changed the time to Thursday 10:00 - 11.30am from the 6th September 2018. The group continues to meet in the Ulgham WI Hall. The website can be found at Little Owls Stay and Play and can also be found on Facebook.

Ulgham Film Club 

Equipment Failure
Posted by Barbara Chandler Friday, July 06, 2018 5:50:00 PM

Due to equipment failure there will be no films shown until further notice.

Request for Used Wax 

Posted by Barbara Chandler Tuesday, January 02, 2018 1:13:00 PM

We have had a request from a lady for used wax leaving a message on our website:


Lorna Wood

Hi,  I am contacting you to see if you have any waste wax from your used candles? If you do what do you do with your waste wax?  Would it possible for me to pop in on a scheduled interval and pick up any waste wax you may have that you would otherwise be throwing away?  I use a lot of wax for projects at home, and sometime waste wax is perfect, so rather than it go to landfill I'm seeing if I can gather it from places where it would normally be scrapped.  I look forward to your response Kind regards  Lorna Wood


Please let me know if you have any waste wax by leaving a message on the contact page or sending an email to mail@ulgham.org.uk and arrangements can be made to collect or drop off. There is a box in the WI Hall where used wax can be left for collection.

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.

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.

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