Thanks ever so much to everyone who turned out for our first Easter Treasure Hunt on a blustery and sometimes snowy day!
The Treasure Hunt has been an idea of our Treasurer Lucille for quite some time, and this year was the year she vowed to make it happen, with her creative and challenging clues and her tireless search for over 100 chocolate eggs! The Treasure Hunt’s debut couldn’t have been better timed, as families across the UK were homebound this year and unable to travel for the Bank Holiday, so we had a captive and enthusiastic audience. Our guests didn’t disappoint! They showed up with their enthusiasm and good cheer and brightened our day considerably.
Thank you to all the families who came and who have shown us such appreciation for our event. And thank you to everybody from PSRA who came to help: Barbara, Christine, Dee, Dennis, Jon, Joy, Heidi, Laurie, Lorraine, Lucille and Tom!
Have you tried Good Fired Pizza yet? Some of us at PSRA have [I’ve pre-ordered a wild garlic pesto pizza for tomorrow, my first visit! – Editrix], and quite enjoyed their authentic, Neopolitan-style wood-fired pizzas. They’re located at 84 Park Street at the car wash.
Menu here. Pre-order to avoid disappointment. By sending a direct message on Instagram or by text message by 3pm on the day you want to order. After that, please call: 07947 880 189
We’re spoilt for choice now with not one, but TWO pop-ups in our Village!
Here’s our latest Village feature–a coffee stand sponsored by DENS, a charity which benefits the homeless in our community, located outside the Anti Aging Clinic at 101 Park Street Lane on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. We’ll be featuring them in an upcoming interview, but for now, here’s what you need to know for the Bank Holiday Weekend:
Come meet this lovely gregarious bunch and help out a very worthy cause.
Our upcoming Easter Treasure Hunt has been so keenly anticipated that as of today, we’re no longer accepting registrations/reservations.
In order that we maintain social distancing requirements, the number of participants has now been capped. We so apologise for any disappointment this may cause to those people who have not yet registered/signed up!
What this has proven is how badly we’re all looking forward to getting out of doors and expanding our bubbles. When the challenges our community have faced for a full year are finally over, we fully anticipate seeing each and every one of you at later PSRA events, so watch this space.
We’ll share any news of alternate Easter events in the neighbourhood. Once again, apologies if you missed signing up for this one.