In September 2019 the rainfall in Postbridge was 231.7 mm (9.1 inches).
In September 2018 the rainfall in Postbridge was 96.3 mm (3.8 inches).
Monthly rainfall figures from October 1989 are available here
The September draw was held in the Warren House Inn with generous customers buying 31 extra balls in the draw - thank you!
The results are below:
September: 1st Tom & Rachel A-B, 2nd Mr & Mrs Preston (visitors), 3rd Arthur Smith
August: 1st Sylvia Harris, 2nd Sam & Martin, 3rd Lib (Australian visitor)
July: 1st Jed Watson, 2nd Brian Brusey, 3rd Paul Joynson
June: 1st Kayden Jessop, 2nd Chris Coaker, 3rd Bob Martin
May: 1st Paul Joynson, 2nd Jane Wheaton, 3rd Sam Dunn (visitor)
April: 1st John Churchley, 2nd Bob Martin, 3rd Karen Horn
March: 1st Terri Fisher, 2nd Mr Burns (visitor), 3rd John Bellamy
February: 1st Imogen Earp, 2nd Mr & Mrs Dennison, 3rd Steve Horn
January: 1st Mr & Mrs Dowell (visitors), 2nd Ben (visitor), 3rd Jean Legate
December: 1st Michele (visitor), 2nd Tom (visitor), 3rd Claire (visitor)
November: 1st Svenga (visitor), 2nd Venetia (visitor), 3rd John Vale
October: 1st Irene (visitor), 2nd Pat Audas, 3rd Mr Dell (visitor)
The draws are held at lunchtime (approximately 1:00pm) on the second Sunday of
each month (approximately).
The venue alternates between the East Dart Hotel and the Warren House Inn:
|July 2019||Warren House Inn|
|August 2019||East Dart Hotel|
|September 2019||Warren House Inn|
|October 2019||East Dart Hotel|
|November 2019||Warren House Inn|
|December 2019||East Dart Hotel|
For further Postbridge Draw information:
Please contact Tessa on 01822 880228
The Rotary Club of Yelverton
Family Dog Show and Car Boot Sale
The 2019 Family Dog Show and Car Boot Sale was held on Sunday 28th July.
The dog show, car boot sale, raffle, tombola and refreshments raised £570.00 for the
Cinnamon Trust and Rotary Charities.
Thank you to everyone who supported the event.
Thank you to our Judge, Laura Coleridge Wood, who had 223 entries in 15 classes
The Rotary Club of Yelverton Dog of the Year with a Postbridge address was “Dexter”
owned by Steph, John and Florence Churchley.
Left to Right:
Yelverton Rotarian Nigel Tigwell;
Reserve Best in Show: Emma Craig with “Sunny”;
Judge: Laura Coleridge Wood;
Best in Show: John Evens with “Finley”;
Yelverton Rotarian Julian Greatrex
The Village hall has received its first payment from the Co-op!
See the Village Hall page here and the information below.
Postbridge Village Hall have been successful in their application to be selected as one of the Co-op Causes this year coming to receive funding. I will explain how WE as a village/individual can help this funding along.
If you have a Co-op Card (blue in colour) and it is NOT REGISTERED, please go onto the
Co-op website www.coop.co.uk/register
By backing us, any money you spend on Co-op own brand goods, will generate 1% to go into the Village Hall ‘pot’. If your card isn’t registered, then that 1% will only go into the large pot for all three charities to be divided up in October 2018. If however, you don’t have a card at all or do not register it, then any money you spend on own brand goods will be lost. So it really does make sense to get a card and ensure it is registered.
You can use your card, providing it is registered at any Co-op you choose but if you haven’t backed us, then it will only go into the fund of the area you shop in, but registered, it means we will receive the money into our pot.
If you are not aware of what we are trying to raise funds for, it is to re-build the small shed at the side of the hall to provide extra space for the tables/chairs and of course ensure that the electricity power box is kept dry and damp free during the bad weather.
For further details please contact Sue Hammett.
Moor than Meets the Eye
This link should take you to the recent website for the Moor Than Meets The Eye project.