It’s always great to have something to celebrate, and as the Sopwell Residents Association was formed in 2003, we are having a 10th anniversary party combined with the launch of the Sopwell Memories Project at St Julian’s Church, Abbots Avenue, from 2 to 5pm on Saturday 18th May.
Birthday cake and a magician!
As well as food and entertainment for everyone, and for all ages, there are lots of good things planned. The accent will of course be on finding out and sharing our history and memories but there will also be a fun programme of events . Between 3.00 and 4.00 our brilliant Sopwell resident magician and illusionist, Tony Middleton, will be putting on a ‘Magic Workshop’ for the children which should keep them enthralled and amused. There will also be a painting competition for children of different age groups, with judging on the day by the Mayor,Eileen Harris, who is one of our Sopwell Councillors. And of course there will be a birthday cake!
We are also planning a memorabilia table, so if you have any old artefacts tucked away or stuff you have dug up in your garden or allotment which you think will be interesting or relate to Sopwell, please bring them along.
As the Residents Association belongs to all the residents of Sopwell, we are looking forward to a big turnout, to make the celebration of our 10th birthday and the launch of the Sopwell Memories project a really bumper occasion.
Find out more about what’s going on in Sopwell by clicking on this link: http://www.sopwell.org.uk/