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Minutes from the December Parish Council meeting
The minutes from the meeting held on Thursday 6 December can be found here.

Quiz and a Curry Night at Ickleford School, Friday 1 February, doors open at 7pm for a 7.45pm start
Calling all quizzers! ..... Are you up for some fun and a bit of a challenge?? ....Gather your quizzing friends and family and join us at the annual Ickleford School Quiz and a Curry night! With quiz masters 'QuizJAM' (Jono and Macca), a licensed bar AND amazing curry freshly prepared on the premises courtesy of our very own local curry queen, Mrs Parmar!!!

Admission is by advance ticket only (10 per person) and includes pre-ordered chicken or veg curry, with rice and poppadom.  Please email by Tuesday 29 January to book your ticket. Maximum 8 people per team.

Trustees for Ickleford Pre-School
Ickleford Pre-School is a Committee-run Charity, relying on a group of volunteer committee members (Trustees) to keep it operational and we are always keen to her from people who are interested in joining us. You do not have to be a parent of a child at Pre-School to be a committee member and we  welcome the skills and expertise of other members of the community to assist with the increasing demands of running the Pre-School. Anyone can join although we are particularly interested in hearing from anyone with the following experiencae and skills: Marketing, Finance, People Management / HR, Early Years Education, Fundraising & Community Engagement, and Grant & Funding Applications.   If you are interested in joining the Committee, please contact Nancy Small or  Grace Lucas, Co-Chairpersons via email at

Roll of Honour : The Armistice Centenary Commemorations, Sunday 11 November
Many of you will have seen the Roll of Honour which was screened in the School Hall on Sunday 11 November as part of the Armistice Centenary Commemorations. This project - to provide a short biography of every Ickleford man who served in the First World War and to record the Ickleford women who served with the British Red Cross - was conceived and executed by Colin Gooch. 

Several people asked if this could be made available, and we are very pleased to do so; you can find it here. We would like to thank and congratulate Colin on coming up with this brilliant idea, and for creating such an impressive tribute to the local men and women who served their country during The Great War.

Ickleford Remembers: The Armistice Centenary Commemorations, Sunday 11 November
Photos taken during the Armistice Centenary Commemorations on 11th November are now available for public viewing. You can find them on YouTube or Flickr. We are very grateful to David Leedham for acting as our official photographer, and for compiling this wonderful montage as a souvenir of the village's tribute to those who served their country.

The organisers of Ickleford Remembers would like to formally thank all those that provided support and advice for our Centenary Commemorations. A list of acknowledgements can be found here.

The wreaths - one laid by the Parish Council on behalf of Ickleford residents, and a further five by other village organisations - have been relocated around the commemorative oak tree. The tree and wreaths might become a focal point for those wishing to pay their respects to loved ones who served in various conflicts. If you wish to do so, please be respectful if a funeral service is taking place in Alleyfield.  

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