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COFFEE MORNINGS  every Tuesday from 10:30am – 12:30pm

Coffee/Tea & Cake £1.00

Wymondham Village  Hall

Come along and meet new people, have a chat and get together with others in the community. All ages welcome.

Transport can be provided if required: Telephone John on 01572 787410

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PILATES  classes   Thursdays  2:00pm – 3:00pm

See village journal for more details or contact Helen Falconer on 07807 412958

or e-mail her @ helencfalconer@ yahoo.co.uk

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BADMINTON   Tuesdays  7:30pm  to 9:00pm

£3 per session or £2 if 8 or more players

Please contact Tina 01572 787370

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SUNDAY SIZZLERS   Sunday 7th October 2018   9:00am -12 noon

Full English  £5.00 / Vegetarian Breakfast £3.50

Breakfast cobs to eat in (includes unlimited tea/coffee) or take out

Also available:  Omelettes /Pancakes/Snacks on toast /Cereal

Unlimited Tea / Coffee with all meals. All ages welcome.

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QUIZ    Returning Sunday September 23rd 2018

Quiz Master – TBA

Teams of four people maximum. £4.00 per person

7:00pm for 7:30pm start

Licensed Bar

Refreshments

Please pre-book so that we can cater accordingly

Contact Ian:  ianstevenson9@googlemail.com

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MUSIC/JAMMING SESSIONS at the village hall

Next event:  Returning Fridays from September 2018.

Dates:  14th and 28th September

7:30pm onwards

If you play or sing, or if you have always wanted to have a go, come and join us.  Alternatively, why not just come down for a drink and a listen in a very relaxed and informal setting.

Licensed bar open til late

(Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)

For further details please contact Christian or Tina Semmens on 01572 787370

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COMMUNITY CINEMA

Next Showing: “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society   

Thursday 20th September 2018

Rating:  12A

Starring:  Lily James, Matthew Goode, Jessica Brown-Findlay, Tom Courtenay & Penelope Wilton

1946, the war over and Juliet Ashton has writer’s block.  Unexpectedly, she receives a letter from a total stranger living in Guernsey who found her name written in a second-hand book – she corresponds with him and, in time, with all the members of an extraordinary society.  Intrigued by the stories she hears of life under German Occupation and their love of books, Juliet is drawn irresistibly towards them.  As a result, she makes what turns out to be a life-changing decision to join them and sets sail for Guernsey.

Licensed bar 7:00pm for 7:30pm showing

Tickets £4.50 available on the door

For any other information please call 01572 787228/787439

                                                                                                                                                                         

CENTRE STAGE presents

Ian McMillan & Ian Beesley:  MAGIC LANTERN TALES

Friday 9th November 2018

Licensed bar 7:00pm for 7:30pm

Tickets available from 01572 787247 or 07792 756511 or via tracky.cropper@btopenworld.com

Tickets in advance:  £10 full price; £8 concs.

Tickets on the door:  £12 full price; £10 concs.

Ian McMillan explains:

The room will be dark but the pictures and the poems will light up the spirit!”

Two Ian’s for the price of one with a wonderful evening of storytelling, poetry and photography marking the centenary of the First World War.  The pair – Ian McMillan, much-loved BBC Radio 3 broadcaster and one of today’s greatest poetry performers; Ian Beesley, acclaimed documentary photographer – bring to life the first-hand stories and final reflections of men and women who lived through the war, with stunning, atmospheric accompanying images provided by a rare antique magic lantern projector.

Magic lanterns were quite the phenomena during the war, something McMillan reflects upon with his trademark joviality and quick-witted verse.  A nostalgic and not-to-be missed show celebrating the humanity rather tan the brutality of war.

An inspiring figure, an encouraging and democratic spirit, a strong and popular poet and one of the funniest people in Britain” – Poetry News (on Ian McMillan).

Haunting photos” – Daily Mail

The Bard of Barnsley serves up a collection of judiciously varied delights” – Arts Desk

Wonderful stuff ” – The Independent

 

BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

                                                                                                                                                             

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