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300 copies of the parish mag are sold monthly. the number of houses in the parish is 384 Theodore lunt is the vicar A library is to be formed with help from the Rebecca Hussy Trust for books of reigious and practical value. The library was to be housed in the Old Club Room. Geoffrey Cook will act as librarian. The cricket club is in dire straits but thanks to the efforts of Captain Foster it will be revived. there is a report on the School Pig Club. Mrs Evans distributed the pigs free of cost. Wilson and Hood supplied the feed at wholesale rates and the pigs were inspected by J. Bromley and Major C.U. Corbett. Mr Shepherd of Wolverhampton bought the animals when they were fat. Report on the school Poultry Club, Electricity is coming to the vicarage. Ackleton Services are doing well and there is mention of the Diamond Band to who we ‘owe a big debt as much for their unfailing good spirit and perseverance as for the constantly improving dance music they have produced.’ Millicent Stokes writes about her school trip to the West Mid Show

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