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10:37am Wednesday 12th October 2011
I DID warn you last month that we were going to see some changes to our previous way of doing things. We held the AGM last week and discussed where we would like to be going with the club. The main thing that came out of our discussions was that we were not going to continue meeting at Christchurch Hall as, rumour has it that, there are going to be changes there. And as always it is better to jump than to be pushed off the plank! So read on.
2:30pm Monday 7th February 2011
RAVENS are a common site on the Malvern Hills, twenty years ago they were less so as sheep farmers and gamekeepers tried to control their numbers. With its powerful beak a raven has been known to peck out the eyes of a new born lamb and as an efficient scavenger will feed on anything dead or dying.
4:03pm Monday 6th December 2010
4:15pm Wednesday 14th October 2009
PRESIDENT Shirley Miles welcomed everyone, including two new members, to the October Meeting. After the distribution of birthday cards there was a some business. Members are looking forward to several Severn Group events, including Group Meeting, the quiz in November and the Carol Service at Powick in early December. We have our own visit to St Richard’s Hospice in early November. On the morning of November 24 the Art Group will be holding an exhibition and coffee morning in the village hall.
9:43am Wednesday 14th October 2009
“YOU can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency.” This quote from Nobel Prize winner, Dr Linus Pauling was one of the opening remarks of the October speaker, David Barrie. He then went on to explain how many of us do not have an ideal diet. Not only do we eat less fruit and vegetables than we used to, but many of those we do eat are less nutritional than they were. For example, wheat now contains only 9% protein compared to 90% in 1900 and similarly the iron content of spinach has fallen drastically. The situation for today’s children is very worrying: they eat less than half the vegetables of their parents and only a third of their grandparents’ intake.
11:15am Tuesday 13th October 2009
11:19am Tuesday 13th October 2009