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Thursday, 25 April 2013

Local Course for Eating Disorder Sufferers

  A new course starting at the village hall.  

Break free from eating disorders
 an invitation to
8 evenings in Burton Green: teaching, discussion,
stories of freedom and tools for recovery;
for sufferers and those who care for them

Topics include: Living to eat or eating to live, addictions,
 emotions, mind matters, depression, food . . .

Tuesday evenings in Burton Green: May 7th – July 2nd 2013

donations £5 per session
contact Di 07845 089400 or Jean 07880 702711
in partnership with St John’s Kenilworth

The absence of exact time and venue is deliberate so that people have to contact us before they come, and we can start to build a relationship with them, and reassure them that they are coming to a friendly, non-judgmental event.


Di Archer

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Mad Hatter's Cocktail Tea Party

Bring Out Your Teasures

The Burton Green History group is building up an archive of material to help future generations learn about life in our village. Do you have:
  • Photos taken in Burton Green of events, family activities, scenes – anything relating to Burton Green?
  • Newspaper cuttings of articles or photos about Burton Green?
  • Documents about your house (sale particulars from the past; deeds; plans)?
  • Written information about any aspect of life in the village?
  • Anything else that might tell a story about how we live now or lived in the past?

We are holding a COPYING SUNDAY on April 21st between 2 and 4 p.m. when we will copy your treasures and store them electronically in our archive. We will treat your items with care and you can take everything away with you again on the same day – nothing will be kept. You will just need to sign to say you are happy for us to scan the items for use in history projects. If you can’t join us on the day but would like to offer items for copying, please contact Adrian on ahickinbottom@hotmail.com or call 02476 421439.

Please do help us to save these vital pieces of social history for the future!