A putrid smell – Comment



One could be forgiven for thinking the local farmers┬ámust have a ‘beef’ against the villagers!

Today Sunday 22nd September a beautiful Autumn day, most of the Souldrop neighbourhood are absent from their usual Sunday activities such as attending the lawns, trimming the hedges, washing their cars or just enjoying the weather. Most have shut their doors and sealed of their windows. Why?
We know we live in a rural niche and expect the rural attributes that come with it. We understand the local farmers are using safer organic methods. But…
But why today?, a glorious Sunday when most villages are enjoying a well earned day off. Why choose today to spread the putrid smelling muck in the nearby fields to the west of the Village green. Surely tomorrow and during the week days would have been a much better option?


Coffee Morning In Aid Of Macmillan

Come For Coffee – It’s For Macmillan!

We will be holding a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support on Friday 27th September – from 10.30am – in Souldrop Village Hall.

Please come and support this event – everyone welcome.
We would be grateful for any donation of cakes.

There will be no Souldrop Weekly on Thursday 26th