The Revd Matthew Grayshon writes a weekly bulletin which may be read by following the links on the footer of every page. If you would like this emailed to you, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org We want to keep in touch and to offer support where it is needed. For the local initiative, read the message issued in March by the Parish Council here and from the Wallops Good Neighbours here.
Restructuring our team of parishes: click here for a summary of the proposals from the Diocese. These are under active consideration locally and it will be some time before we know for certain the direction of travel.
News from the OW Parish Council: There is a new initiative in the context of the Neighbourhood Development Plan and residents of Over Wallop (which includes Palestine) are invited to submit their email addresses to a Parish “Hub”. Full details and an explanation have been given in the February Parish magazine together with an opportunity to contribute to a local traffic survey; the relevant announcements may be viewed here
The Wallops Village Shop and Post Office is asking for support from all those who see it as playing a vital role in our community. For details of how to support the shop (e.g. by gift-aided donations) click here . There is also a link on this website: click here. The Wallops PCCs have expressed their support for the shop and are encouraging parishioners to respond by making regular purchases or through cash donations. The shop and Post Office remain open for business (mornings only on Saturday and Sunday) during the Covid-19 restrictions (maximum of three customers at a time).
The Andover Foodbank: please check their website here for up to date information. They currently receive regular fresh food donations from Abel and Cole which they distribute to various local agencies and clients. At present they collect and distribute the food on Tuesday and Friday mornings and need some additional drivers. If you have a little spare time, are over 30 and have a current driving licence, please contact the Foodbank office on 01264 362111 or email email@example.com Their monthly coffee mornings are currently suspended.