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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: To be announced shortly

 

Rating:

 

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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