Are you 13-16 and looking for a creative outlet that explore imagination, adventure, team building and most importantly fun? Then welcome to Escape Arts Dungeon and Dragons Society!
Delve into a world of adventure, camaraderie and excitement! Rescue a town from a rampaging dragon, earn gold by saving a princess from an evil tyrant or simply enjoy a sharing few tales and laughs with fellow adventurers, the possibilities are limitless!
Create a character bespoke to you as we dive into a world catered for you by experienced players. New or experienced, we implore you to grab your shield and spell book and follow us into the unknown.
Proven to be beneficial towards individuality, inclusivity, Creativity and Mental Health Issues, EA are excited to welcome anyone and everyone 13-16 to our new programme, which is safe, mindful and entirely inclusive.
We launch Friday 23rd July with an introductory session followed by weekly session 4-7pm. If interested please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us at our website or social medias.
Until then, keep battling on intrepid adventurers!
Please see below the latest newsletter from the rural crime team:
The parish council meeting scheduled for 5th July was cancelled.
The next parish council meeting will be on Monday 26th July at 7.30 pm at Burton Dassett Village Hall in Northend.
The parish council meeting scheduled for 2nd August is cancelled.
Planning Applications 21/01897 Hillside Farm and 21/01963 Dassett Fields House
Fact Sharing Sessions to be held on Monday 12 July at 7.30pm
Monday 12 July 2021 at 8.00pm
The Parish Council is unable to hold face to face meetings in the village due to the present Government restrictions.
They can still hold remote meetings where no formal decisions are taken and will use this approach in respect of the above applications.
Details of the fact sharing session may be found below:
This year’s Open Gardens took place last Sunday, 4th July. Unfortunately, we were a victim of both the weekend forecast and the weather on the day itself, and were only able to welcome approx 140 visitors to the village, quite a decrease on 2019 figures.
However, we were at least able to hold the event and managed to raise £1,269.50 for National Gardens Scheme and £123.65 for the Parish Council towards the upkeep of the tubs in the village. The County Organiser from NGS came along and said that, despite the weather, those who did visit were impressed with the village and the gardens they saw.
So, thanks are due to everyone who contributed by opening their garden, helping with getting things ready, helping on the day, or attending the event. Thanks also to the Avon Dassett Fete Committee who allowed the use of a marquee, so at least our visitors kept dry as they enjoyed their tea and cake. And certainly not forgetting everyone who donated our lovely cakes, which, as always, received a lot of compliments!