From Hearsall

Date set for public services meeting

A date has been set for the public meeting that is mentioned in ECHO’s July cover story.  Love Earlsdon reports: The future of Earlsdon Library: South Earlsdon Neighbours Association SENA & North Earlsdon Neighbourhood Association (NENA) have organised a public meeting to discuss how the ‘community’ will run the library and other local amenities should …

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Business news

Farewell to Tinderbox Toys & Trinkets… After just over five years trading in Earlsdon Street, Sam Harrison and Tilly Tromans have announced that they will be closing the lid on Tinderbox Toys & Trinkets at the end of March.  Sam and Tilly have really enjoyed running the shop, and have appreciated the custom and support …

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Schools news

HEARSALL PRIMARY Hearsall Primary School’s Parent Teacher Association were delighted to be able to present a giant cheque to the Headteacher, Mrs Emma Billington, recently (pictured, right).  The cheque, for £7000, was presented by Chair of the Friends of Hearsall, Rachel Barker along with some pupils from the school, in a Friday afternoon assembly.  The …

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Baptist church welcomes new minister

Though he’d hardly had time to unpack, recently-arrived Hearsall Baptist Church minister Reverend David Sutcliffe found time recently to talk to ECHO about his new role. “Bringing it all together” is how David described the core of his vision for the future. “Hearsall Baptist Church is home to many groups and societies, but the church …

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Schools news

HEARSALL PRIMARY SCHOOL Hearsall Primary School are delighted to welcome back the Headteacher, Mrs Emma Billington, from her maternity leave. Lots of exciting events have been happening at Hearsall over the last couple of months. Christmas was celebrated in style with a very successful Christmas Fayre which was held at the school and raised around …

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