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Don't throw away your pumpkin on Friday after Halloween night...!!! ...bring it to the Village Hall on Saturday, 2nd November and enter it in the competition for the "Best Carved Pumpkin"... tiny tots can also enter the "Best Drawn Pumpkin" competition.

Both the Youth club and Messy Church are joining in these competitions and if you would like to enter a drawing, or a carved pumpkin, simply bring your entry to the Village Hall between 1pm — 2pm on Saturday, 2nd November.

Make sure you have your name and age clearly marked on your entry. All the entries will be used to decorate the set of "The Mongrel of the Minshervilles" play in the evening and you never know, you might win!

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