Saturday 22 May is destined to be the first Saturday that pubs can welcome people back indoors (albeit keeping to strict social distancing and COVID prevention measures).
To celebrate, there will be a social event at The Yew Tree in the morning from 0900-1100.
First and foremost this will be a chance to catch up with friends and neighbours in a safe way – but there is more!
The ever popular pop-up market will be returning with all your favourite craft, food, drink and produce stalls from local businesses and the local community.
There will be children’s activities and games.
And the event will also see the launch of the refreshing of the Avon Dassett Parish Plan. The original parish plan was completed 14 years ago in 2007 and so it is now time for residents and the local community to take a fresh look at the facilities and services we would all like for the village. There will be a chance for those attending the market to share their thoughts on everything including issues such as local crime, traffic calming, improving the environment, leisure facilities, housing, and many more. Everyone can get involved including children who will have a change to design their ideal play park and fantasy village. All of these ideas will feed into a survey which will take place later in the year and be run by Stratford District Council.
The Yew Tree and Frellies Ice Cream Shack will be on hand to provide refreshments. Please put the date in your diary and we look forward to seeing as many people as possible on 22 May.