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Cricket club scores money for new roller Langleybury Cricket Club can keep its wicket in top condition thanks to a grant from a county coun- cillor. Cllr Chris Hayward has allocated £500 from his locality budget to the club. The club‘s previ- ous roller had broken and a new one was needed to keep the wicket in a good condition. The club has four senior teams and nine junior teams with ages ranging from seven to 70. Councillor Hayward said: ―I‘m pleased to help the cricket club purchase their much needed new roller. Cricket not only helps people keep fit but is also a very social game which helps bring the community together.‖


Something to celebrate for coffee fans Good news for coffee lovers, the Coach House Coffee Shop in The King‘s Head‘s car park in Hunton Bridge has won permission to open at 9am. The coffee shop previously couldn‘t open earlier because the old stables is situated within the licensed area of The King‘s Head and opening hours were re- stricted. Sam Grunsell, manager of the coffee shop said: ―This is really great news for mums who want to relax and chat for a while after the hectic dash to drop off their children at St Paul‘s School and free WiFi gives them the opportunity to catch up with their social networking.‖ To celebrate, the coffee shop is offering a free babyccino and biscuit to preschool toddlers who visit with their mums.


Meeting for hall users An open meeting will be held at the Henderson Memorial Hall on Tuesday, January 31, at 7.30pm. All individuals and groups involved with the Henderson Hall are invited to attend an informal meet- ing with the managing trustees to discuss future plans for the use of the hall. It is not necessary that you confirm your attendance in advance. Soft refreshments will be served. For more infor- mation email henderson.trustees@gmail.com.


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