Fresh fruit & veg, fish, meat & poultry, bread & cakes – Bagworth Community centre

PB fruit and veg market stall will be outside Bagworth Community Centre on Tuesdays from 9am to 2pm.

Fresh fruit, vegetables, salads, eggs, jams etc available.

Plus ‘Nick the Fish’ will be there with his van to supply a wide selection of fish, meat and poultry – see menu below.

Julia’s Bakery – now also at Bagworth Community Centre. They are an award-winning craft bakery with a rich heritage of providing quality handmade breads, cakes and preserves for retail and wholesale customers. Their artisan treats and delicacies are made from the finest ingredients, using traditional techniques and family recipes which have been passed down and developed through generations. (Flour also available).

Next week is Christian Aid Week

“Love never fails. Coronavirus impacts all of us. But love unites us all.”
Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
There will be no door to door envelope collections this year, but your money is needed as much as ever! Go to to find out more, donate online and help spread the message.

Window Cleaners

Looking for a window cleaner in Thornton?

Try Chris and Dave

Usually in the village on a Monday or a Tuesday morning.

Also clean gutters, fascias etc – price on application.

Contact:- Dave on 07732 070457 or Chris –


St Peter’s apologises to those who receive the VILLAGE LINK church magazine that there is no hard copy of the magazine being delivered this month (for obvious reasons!) HOWEVER there is a downloadable version for anyone who would like to read it, on the church website

Thank you Mary Gibson for producing this month’s Junction 22 Church Magazine.

Geoff, who usually organises the distribution of the hard copy magazines to local deliverers, has asked me to assure those who regularly subscribe to the Junction 22 Magazine in Thornton, Bagworth, Stanton under Bardon, Markfield and Copt Oak that your £5 subscription for 2020 will eventually provide you with ten hard copies of the magazine, as your subscription will be extended into 2021 and there will be a reduced subscription fee for the rest of next year. Thank you to those who usually deliver magazines. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we need your help again.

ps Please note the pdf is as would have been produced for printing. If just reading online the pages will be out of order (but manageable, once you realise). It is probably best to print it off!