Events

Catworth Chess Club

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Gordon Reffin is looking to revive the Catworth Chess Club. Several people have expressed an interest and the plan is to play some matches late afternoon on Saturdays in the Racehorse pub, Catworth. If you would like to join the club or find out more, please approach Gordon directly, or via our Contact page.

Events

Covington Parish Meeting – 3 July 2018

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You are invited to attend a Full Parish Meeting on Tuesday 3rd July at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The objective is to discuss a planning application for a dwelling on the Osier Stables plot. The application is not in our Parish area but as we are the nearest habitation to the plot we are […]

Book Group

What we thought of the books we read in April

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Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave: Overall the group enjoyed the book and felt it was a well written and absorbing story, with well portrayed characters and relationships. In particular the heroine’s mother was a character that received praise for being very well drawn. It was interesting to note that the book was based […]

Book Group

Books we will discuss at our June 4th Meeting

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The next Book Group meeting will be June 4th in the village hall when we will discuss the books we have been reading in May. In May the Covington Book Group have had a choice of two books for their reading pleasure. Either Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund or A Place Called Winter by […]

Book Group

What we thought of the books we read in March

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The book group met on Monday 9th April that members had read in March. It is fair to say that both books divided the group and some members found the books a little too ‘miserable’ to be truly enjoyable reads. However in contrast a number of the group thought that the books were excellent. His […]

Book Group

What we thought of the books we read in April

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Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave: Overall the group enjoyed the book and felt it was a well written and absorbing story, with well portrayed characters and relationships. In particular the heroine’s mother was a character that received praise for being very well drawn. It was interesting to note that the book was based […]

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Meet the Author

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There are two forthcoming ‘meet the author’ events at St Ives Library. On Tuesday March 27th between 2pm & 3pm Peter Murphy will be at St Ives library to talk about his writing, answer questions and sign copies of his latest book Walden of Bermondsey. Peter Murphy is a recently retired judge and Walden of […]

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What we thought of the books we read in February

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Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry. It is fair to say that this book really divided the group with some members who thought it was fabulous and others who were ‘glad to get to the end of it’ and even one or two who didn’t enjoy the read sufficiently to preserve to the end. The group […]