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John Chilton

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The Church of St Joseph and St James Follifoot: the service on Sunday, October 6 will be morning prayer at 9.30am.

Kerbside recycling: at Follifoot will be on Wednesday, October 9.

Follifoot Women’s Institute: will meet on Wednesday, October 9 at 7.30pm in the village hall. The talk will be A Walk Around Fountains Abbey by Mike Bevington. The competition will be a photograph of a Yorkshire landmark.

Follifoot with Plompton Parish Council: will meet on Thursday, October 12 at 8pm in the village hall.

Follifoot Cricket Club: Peter Wood writes: The season might be over but the web site certainly isn’t closing down. Hopefully we can bring you lots of interesting news between now and next April; so keep logging on. Averages for the 2013 season will shortly be available (you can check out the 1st XI figures now by following the link from senior teams on the home page). Every month there is the club lottery winner, with a bumper £500 in the December draw. The winner of the junior’s competition to design a Follifoot bull will be announced after the next committee meeting. The AGM is due in December; look out for the notice of the meeting. Hopefully, we can bring you information about new signings and if you know any potential new members or players, senior or junior, please get in touch. Would you or your organisation like to sponsor the Club in 2014? Get in touch and we will let you know what is possible sponsoring a match ball costs £60 (2013) and includes two free teas. Why not become a vice president? Make a donation and have your name included in the 2014 handbook. There will be occasional articles delving into the club history with a few photographs to match. If you want to write or contribute just email web master Peter Wood. In the next few weeks we shall be announcing our nomination for the worst player ever to play for Follifoot. If you have your own ideas why not email Peter (pwood878@hotmail.co.uk). It looks like a busy winter ahead. So keep in touch.