Filby Village Hall

Hall Secretary Mrs Joy Baldry

Tel. 01493 369375

Email. joysee@btinternet.com

Address.

Filby Village Hall, Filby Playing Field, Main Road, Filby, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 3HN

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Chairman Mr Adrian Thompson

Tel. 01493 369250

Email. adrian.thompson1@btconnect.com

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Filby Village News - 1st April 2019

 

Elections.

Parish Council Elections and Borough Council Elections take place on Thursday 2nd May 7am-10pm , Voting takes place in the Clubroom on the Playing Field. If you need a postal vote you need to apply to the Town Hall, before the 15th April.

 

Parish Council

A petition is running at the Post Office to oppose any further development ouside the present and new structure plan. In a Packed Public  meeting in October the Parish Council supported the Borough Councils proposals for future development in Filby going forward to 2030. We need your continued support because as we suspected there is a rush of applications before the new plan becomes inforce. We have had 60 houses in Filby since May 2015 a 19% increase, with a further 43 seeking planning permission.  The Parish Council are looking at developing a Neighbourhood Plan to run along side the new Borough Plan, and a meeting was called for Wednesday 20th March 7.30pm in the Clubroom. The plan going to take at least 2 years to produce and we need action now, so please continue to write in with your objections to further developments. Outline Planning Applications (06/19/0079/O) for a futher 6 dwellings to be built in Ormesby Lane and 06/18/0656/F for 9 dwellings off Green Lane. Download the plans and advice as to how to object at the Parish Council website .

 

New Activity for Children

Started 4th March, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm every Monday. in the Village Hall. Adventure activities for kids. Urban Spec-ops. Childrens fun and adventure. This includes Nerf Wars,Martial Arts,an inflatable climbing walland lasar tag, call 01493 657153 or to see more www.urbanspec-ops.org. More Information

 

Exercise Classes.

Note change of times of classes on Thursday night from 7th March. Pilates-5.50pm-6.50pm. Barre/sculpt 7pm-7.45pm

 

Filby & District Gardening Club

Sunday 5th May, 2019 - Bluebell Walk - Fairhaven Gardens - Meet Filby Village Hall 1:30 pm (£6.60 per head). Next regular meeting, Tuesday 14th May 2019, Gardeners’ Question Time. Club usually meets, in Filby Village Hall, at 7pm on the second Tuesday of each month. All are welcome. Those wishing to become members may pay an annual membership of £12. Guests are charged at £3.00 per meeting, redeemable against the subsequent purchase of a membership fee. Refreshments are free at all meetings.

 

Coffee Morning

The next Coffee and Catch Up is Thursday 9th May 10am-12 in the New Hall. This year the proceeds will be allocated to Filby in Bloom, the Playing Field/New Hall and the Children's Christmas Party, so please support. Any donations of cakes and savouries can be left at the Post Office or at the Hall.

 

Bingo

The next Bingo is Friday 10th May at 7.30pm in the Clubroom.Great Prizes and free refreshments.Anyone interested in buying prizes two times a year. You dont have to attend Bingo just enjoy shopping for bargains . Contact Adrian 01493 369250. We also need help at the Bingo each month from 7.30pm-9.30pm, helping with the prizes and teas. Please call Jenny on 01493 369250 or Joy on 01493 369375.

 

Easter Sale

A big thank you to all who donated, helped, baked and attended the Easter Fair on Saturday.£574  was raised for village funds.

 

Village Screen

Filby Village Screenings are held at 2:30pm and 7:00 pm on the third Tuesday of each month. Tickets, priced at £4.00 per person, are available, at the door. Our film on Tue 21 May is 'Green Book'. When Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen), a bouncer from an Italian-American neighbourhood in the Bronx, is hired to drive Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), a world-class Black pianist, on a concert tour from Manhattan to the Deep South, they must rely on “The Green Book” to guide them to the few establishments that were then safe for African-Americans. Confronted with racism, danger as well as unexpected humanity and humor—they are forced to set aside differences to survive and thrive on the journey of a lifetime. More