The Sports and Social Night at the Argles village hall on September 21st was a great success, both with adults and children. The pictures show some of the games such as Darts, a Shuling board, and a Dice board. The “knock out” Table Tennis proved we have budding Olympians in our midst. Everyone joined in with the Bingo, giving a short rest from the other more energetic games and waited for the heart stopping moment to find the Bingo winner!
The Shuling board which had been gathering dust in the Village Hall store room proved particularly popular. It good to see some of these old “Pub games” are still as popular today as they always were. The Hall committee are intending to repeat the night in the Spring, hoping also that it might become a more regular event and the news will spread about how enjoyable an evening it was.
Click here to read about Matthew Jones' planned conservation research expedition to Sarawak, Borneo. Matthew Jones lives in Crosthwaite, and is currently studying at Oxford University.
Click here to see the diversion route for a planned temporary road closure on the 4th November lasting approximately 10 days affecting the C5048 Fell Foot Brow, near Newby Bridge from a point approx. 675m north easterly of its junction with the A592 extending in a north easterly direction for approx. 560m.
Alternative Route: A suitable alternative route for vehicles will be signed and available via the unrestricted sections of the C5048, A5074, B5360 and A592.
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