In December 2017 the rainfall in Postbridge was 256.5 mm (10.1 inches).
For comparison, in December 2016 the rainfall was 79.0 mm (3.1 inches).
The total rain in 2017 was 1676.8 mm (66.02 inches)
The total rain in 2016 was 1555.5 mm (61.24 inches)
Monthly rainfall figures from October 1989 are available here
The December draw was held in the East Dart Hotel with very generous customers buying 8 extra balls in the draw - thank you!
The results are below:
December: 1st Jane Wheaton, 2nd Sally Bowden, 3rd Lynette Lloyd
November: 1st Rowan AB, 2nd Michele Brusey, 3rd Pat Audas
October: 1st Dominic Joynson, 2nd Syivia Harris, 3rd Rowan A-B
September: 1st Ian (visitor), 2nd Frank & Sue Martin, 3rd Peter Harris
August: 1st Mr Martin (visitor), 2nd Judy Wotton, 3rd Mr & Mrs Cole (visitors)
July: 1st Oliver Harris, 2nd David (visitor), 3rd Arthur Smith
June: 1st Julian Greatex, 2nd Oliver Harris, 3rd Rebecca Earp
May: 1st Bob Martin, 2nd Peter Parsons, 3rd Brian Brusey
April: 1st Mr & Mrs Shields, 2nd Janet Parsons, 3rd Mr Pinewood
March: 1st Ann (visitor), 2nd Kayden Jessop, 3rd Les Parr
February: 1st Simon Jones, 2nd Peter Havill, 3rd Ned Buyukminci
January: 1st Nigel & Carolyn, 2nd Les Parr, 3rd Chris & Simon Kennedy
The draws are held at lunchtime (approx 1:00pm) on the second Sunday of each month (approx ☺).
The venue alternates between the East Dart Hotel and the Warren House Inn:
|Sunday 10th December 2017||East Dart Hotel|
|Sunday 14th January 2018||Warren House Inn|
|Sunday 11th February 2018||East Dart Hotel|
|Sunday 11th March 2018||Warren House Inn|
For further Postbridge Draw information:
Please contact Tessa on 01822 880228
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.