Not Good for Your Elf

In the words of Chris Whitty, "Don't mix with people you don't have to. You don't need a medical degree to realise that is a sensible thing to do with an incredibly infectious virus." I don't feel I can take responsibility for hosting a village event under these circumstances, so as far as I'm concerned … Continue reading Not Good for Your Elf

Elf Plan and Reminder

Hello all, We will be showing Elf on Monday 20th at 7:30pm. Thank you to the many people who signed up at the shop, everyone is welcome and you can also pay on the door. The fun begins at 7pm with Christmas snacks, mulled wine and a free bar. You are encouraged to wear your … Continue reading Elf Plan and Reminder

Film Reminder: Dec 7th – The Lives of Others

Your next film night is on Tuesday December 7th (7pm for 7:30 start) where we will show The Lives of Others. The film is in German with English subtitles so please bring your glasses along. Only £5 per person with one free seat included, bar and ice creams available. With the focus on Covid it … Continue reading Film Reminder: Dec 7th – The Lives of Others

Christmas Film Event: Elf, December 20th

We will be holding a special Christmas event on December 20th showing the comedy film Elf. Wear your Elf outfit, Christmas jumper or other Christmas clothingFree barHot mulled wineMince pies and Christmas foodSlide show of village Christmas e-cardsJolly music Come along and have a laugh with Will Ferrell in Elf: Buddy the 'elf' was a … Continue reading Christmas Film Event: Elf, December 20th

Film Club: Date Change to 7th December

Due to unforeseen circumstances I can't be there to show a film on Dec 2nd and have moved the date of the next film in the village hall to Tuesday December 7th at which we will show The Lives of Others. The Lives of Others The Lives of Others, set in 1984 in East Germany … Continue reading Film Club: Date Change to 7th December

Tues 2nd Nov is Film Night: Knives Out

Our next film night is coming up on Tuesday 2nd Nov at 7 for 7:30 with an Oscar nominated film Knives Out. "When renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead at his estate just after his 85th birthday, the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is mysteriously enlisted to investigate. … Continue reading Tues 2nd Nov is Film Night: Knives Out

Monday Night is Film Night

Hello all, Monday 4th of October is the start of a new season of films at the village hall. For our first performance we're screening something warming and funny, "Finding Your Feet" with Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie and Timothy Spall. On the eve of retirement a middle class, judgmental snob discovers her husband has been … Continue reading Monday Night is Film Night

The Film Club Returns

Hello all, A new season of films is coming, all the details with trailers and reviews are on the Film Club page. In summary we will be showing: Monday 4th October: Finding Your FeetTuesday 2nd November: Knives OutThursday 2nd December: The Lives of Others During 2022, dates to be announced later: ParasiteNomadlandThe Bee Gees 'How … Continue reading The Film Club Returns

Village Hall dog policy

I thought it might be worth mentioning that the village hall has a long-standing policy of no dogs, except assistance dogs, in the hall please. I only became aware of this quite recently, and it occurred to me that this might be useful information for other relative newcomers to the village. Best wishes, Alan Rowe (Chairman … Continue reading Village Hall dog policy