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ROLLESTON FOR UKRAINE
Saturday 7th May 2022 from 10.00 – 12.00,
in Rolleston Village Hall,
there will be a coffee morning to support the people of Ukraine
YOUR SUPPORT WOULD BE GRATELY APPRECIATED
VICTORIAN AFTERNOON TEA PARTY
Saturday 19th March 2022, Rolleston Church, 3pm - 5pm
CELEBRATION THE BIRTHDAY OF KATE GREENAWAY
(17TH MARCH 1846 )
An amazing afternoon was had by all, with over 120 visitors coming to the Church to enjoy an afternoon tea provided by the Kate Greenaway Action Group.
There was a fantastic display about Kate Greenaway and her association with Rolleston that everyone found really informative and the Kate Greenaway Singers entertained with songs from Kate's era.
Money raised will go to provide more artwork around the village.
Plans are to hold a similar event next year
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT ON CROFT LAND AT 18 FISKERTON ROAD
We have been aware that Nottinghamshire County Council have put in for outline planning to build 3 houses on the croft land behind 18 Fiskerton Road.
Please visit our help us page for further information
A KATE GREENAWAY CHRISTMAS
We went carol singing around the village and through the kind generosity of Rolleston Villagers raised £320.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU , THANK YOU
Half of the money raised will go towards the Kate Greenaway Action Group and the other half to the charity Reach
SIGNS ARRIVE IN THE VILLAGE
A huge thankyou to Rolleston Parish Council for including Kate Greenaway on the new village signs, its official, we now really do live in Kate Greenaway country.
KATE GREENAWAY TRAIL MAP
Huge thankyou to Gill Thackery for the amazing artwork she has created for the trail map. Watch this space for the colour version and where they are going to be located in the village.
KATE GREENAWAY BIRTHDAY
We sent out a birthday card out to all the residents of Rolleston to tell them about Kate Greenaway's Birthday and to start to gain awareness of her association with Rolleston.
THANK YOU - THANK YOU -THANK YOU
A huge thank you to all the people who have donated to this great cause, we are on our way to getting the leaflets and signs printed for the trail and planting up in the Kate Greenaway Garden
COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE INSTALLED
In recognition of Eric's cottage being a home to Kate Greenaway during her childhood we have been successful in getting agreement from the owner, Notts County Council, and raising the funds to install a plaque on the cottage
FIRST PLANTING IN KATE GREENAWAY GARDEN
A huge thank you to Claire for filling and planting up the new planters which are in situ, next to the new seat in the Kate Greenaway Garden. It was very kind of her to donate the compost and plants and we look forward to seeing the flowers when the time comes to plant them.
Also a bit thanks to the other members who helped on one of the coldest days of the year.