GRACE BIGNALL would like to thank everyone who supported the Macmillan Coffee Morning on September 30 at which #305 was raised. Thanks also to all the helpers, the people who generously gave donations and prizes, the Baptist Church for the use of the Church hall, and the Catholic Church for the use of their car park. Thank you all.
VALERIE NICHOLSON and family would like to thank everyone for their kindness and sympathy at the time of Nick’s death, and for making his Thanksgiving Service a memorable occasion for us all.
Locally born STEPHEN & DANIEL BROOKS are both recovering well after major surgery. In 1992, Stephen was diagnosed with polycystic kidneys and has been on dialysis since April 2004. He asked his brother to consider being a live kidney donor and without hesitation Dan agreed. After months of visits for tests to Lister Hospital, Stevenage and Addenbrooke’s, Cambridge, the operation went ahead on 18 October 2005. It was a great success. Dan returned home after four days and Stephen after six days and both are now recuperating in Chipperfield under the watchful eye of parents KEITH & SHIRLEY BROOKS. Newly married couple Stephen and Elizabeth can have a positive outlook to the future, thanks to the gift from his brother Dan.
PAULINE & TOM McAULIFFE write: We would like to express our apologies and gratitude to the residents of Scatterdells Lane for the disruption you have had to endure over the last six months while we renovated our house. We have now moved back in and are enjoying our new house. Thank you all once again. With our best wishes for Christmas and 2006, Pauline and Tom McAuliffe, 89 Scatterdells Lane.Tags: Baptist Church, Village People