Littleport Town FC Reserves Move Up!

Littleport Town FC Reserves Move Up!

Littleport Town FC Reserves Move Up! When Littleport Town FC’s First team had to disband two months into the season because of a lack of players – which included top players leaving to join other clubs it was a massive blow for such a well established club. So the onus was now on their Reserves side to fly the flag and represent the local community. And in only their first season competing in a tough…

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The Friendship Co-operative

The Friendship Co-operative

The Friendship Co-operative Group began in December 2017 and was born out of the previously known YANA (You Are Not Alone) group. The idea behind the group is to bring together residents from Littleport and surrounding villages who may find themselves at a loose end and would like a bit of company. We meet on the first Sunday of the month from 2-4pm in Littleport Village Hall and the entry fee is £2, which goes…

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Message from The Redeemed Christian Church of God

As we continue to enjoy the love of Christ in this month of Grace and our year of Divine Satisfaction, we pray His grace will be sufficient for all. Did You know You are Blessed Wherever You Are? Deuteronomy 28:3 “Blessed shall you be in the city, and blessed shall you be in the country” You may have heard of people who think that to have better “luck” they have to move to a new…

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Littleport Brass

Littleport Brass

It is with deep sadness that we are to announce that our President Tony Roberts has passed away. Tony had been involved with the band for more than 60 years. A boy when he joined as a player, playing cornet for many years, finally hanging up his instrument and taking on the position of President, something he maintained for over 15 years. In his later life he would follow the band and accompany the team…

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The PORT

The PORT

Celebrating our 3rd Year in June 2018! Joanne Coe tells us about ThePORT youth group Mondays 5-6.30pm @ The Ex- Servicemen’s Club Ponts Hill Littleport Entry £1.00 All are welcome from Primary School Year 5 upwards. Find us on FacebooK – ThePORT During the last few months ThePORT youths have been busy helping with community events, running ThePORT Rocks Easter Rock Hunt, and enjoying weekly youth group meetings – Upcoming activities over the summer will…

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Ely Table Tennis Club comes to Littleport Leisure!

Ely Table Tennis Club comes to Littleport Leisure!

If you have ever played table tennis, or otherwise known as Ping Pong, you will appreciate that initially it is a little harder than it looks to push a small, white, hollow ball over a low net, but it is without doubt a lot of fun writes Karen Byford. The origins of the sport are thought to go back to the 1880’s when it was played by the British upper classes. Seen as a parlour…

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Parish Council News

Parish Council News

The Community Hub East Cambridgeshire District Council, working in partnership with the Parish Council, are now running a monthly community drop-in event on the first Thursday of every month between 10am and 1pm in the Village Hall. If you need to talk to someone/need advice on debt, alcohol misuse, drug dependency, housing/homelessness, benefits, mental health, domestic violence etc representatives are there for you to talk to. No need to make an appointment, just drop in….

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Good News from Littleport WI

Good News from Littleport WI

After a good start to our year in January with Heather Gee, this was followed in February by a quiz evening with Quiz Master Peter Allen. After lots of laughs and fun, the winners were the team Ancient & Modern rewarded with a presentation plate and some chocolate. Unfortunately, in March, our scheduled speaker was unavailable to speak at this time, so we decided to stay in house and invite members to talk about their…

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Carol Driver Retires!

Carol Driver Retires!

With the grateful thanks of all the team at Littleport Life community magazine – and the people of Littleport who receive the magazine in their letterboxes, thanks to our army of volunteers – including Carol who is now retiring after many years serving the community in this and other ways! Carol told Littleport Life: “I have been sorry to finish my magazine delivery to the Holmewood Estate on Parsons Lane, i.e. Browning Close, Cottier Drive…

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A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

A Message from St John’s Methodist Church

How Dyslexia inspires a deacon’s ministry Working with many rural churches in South Kent Circuit, Deacon Carys Woodley offers a ministry of encouragement. Dyslexia means that I have struggled and felt isolated. However, this inspires my ministry as I come alongside the struggling and vulnerable. Dyslexia is an important part of who I am and what I do. Because I know the difference encouragement has made to me, I want to encourage others. So my…

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