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Col. JASPER BROWELL
Browell's burial will be at St Nicholas,
Silton, on Friday 20th October at 11.00 a.m.
at which just the family will be attending.
A Service of Thanksgiving for his life has
been arranged to take place at the Garrison
Church, Larkhill , Wiltshire, SP4 8QT at 12
noon on Tuesday 7th November to be followed
by a Celebration in the mess for his very
many friends. It was his wish that no-one
should should miss a day's shooting or
hunting to attend.
directors are Peter Jackson Funeral
Services, Harwood House, Newbury,
Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4QJ or Mons, High
St, Henstridge, BA9 0RB. Tel No: 01963
TEA AT THE SILTON RITZ
This event will be held at the Village
Hall on Wednesday 30th August 2017 starting
at 3.00 p.m. Please book beforehand with
Marian Honeywill on 01747 840507 or by
cost of the tea will be £8 and will include
a glass of Proseco. All proceeds will
be for Silton Village Hall.
Harvest Festival will be on Sunday 8th October
and will be followed by a Harvest Lunch in the
Village Hall. Please book your place by
Thursday 5th October with Anne
RACHEL HARRIS' RETIREMENT AS ORGANIST
Rachel has decided to retire as our committed
organist after over 50 years. It is planned to
celebrate her dedication for so many years and
this will take place in the Village Hall prior
to the Harvest Lunch on 8th October.
NOTICE - CHRISTMAS COFFEE MORNING – 11th
Christmas Coffee Morning and Bring and Buy sale
will be held in the Village Hall from 10 a.m. to
12 noon on Saturday 11th November.
Please bear this in mind when thinking about
Tuesday 3rd October at 5.00 p.m. in
the Village Hall
Tuesday 14th November at 5.00 p.m. in
the Village Hall
There is always a collection box in
the Church porch for donations to the Food Bank
in Gillingham which is regularly emptied (there
are some lists inside it indicating what they
are most pleased to receive) and they are always