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Bram Taylor - Friday 22 March 2019
The next event at the Village Hall is a return by popular demand of Bram Taylor. Bram's genre is folk music and he has a fine rich voice, but with an entertaining sense of humour. He performs a selection of both traditional and contemporary material on guitar, duet concertina and baritone ukulele. This is taking place on Friday 22 March at 8.00 pm. Doors will open at 7.30 pm. This will be a 'bring your own' nibbles and refreshments' event. Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of March and will be £8.00. However, you can reserve a ticket by contacting Karen Dunwoodie on Tel: 01729 851070 or by using the event booking form below.
REPAIR WORK TO VILLAGE HALL (INSTITUTE) BUILDING
We are pleased to announce that TMH Construction have been appointed to carry out repair work to the Village Hall (Institute) as a result of storm damage. Work started on Tuesday 11 December and is due to conclude towards the end of January 2019. During this we ask people attending the village hall to be careful. Disruption will be kept to a minimum and we ask for your patience during the period that works are taking place.
Coffee Mornings are held on most Saturday mornings from 10am to 11.30am, usually helping to raise funds for local charitable causes. Contact Sheila Swinbank on 01729 850458 if you wish to book a coffee morning during 2019. There are not many slots left. The next planned coffee mornings are being run as follows:
Latest 200 Club results
1st Prize £25 - No. 134 - Glyn Edwards
2nd Prize £10 - No. 102 - Richard Brown
3rd Prize £5 - No. 179 - Fiona Ludlam-Brown