Get down to the White Horse for some charity Rock’n roll

It’s a rock n’roll weekend at the White Horse. Some great bands playing to support bone cancer charities. They were jiving last night and tonight will be even better! Come on down.

Tickets selling fast for Broadway Hit

Milborne Port Opera’s next show, the Broadway hit “The Drowsy Chaperone” is playing in Milborne Port Village Hall the week after Easter, Wednesday 3 April to Saturday 6th.

Regulars will know these shows are always fun and that they tend to sell out.

So don’t leave it too late – book a ticket. www.mpopera.co.uk

The Fine Times Recorder, a highly respected independent arts blog wrote:

“MILBORNE Port Opera has chosen a show that won five Tonys and seven Drama Desk Awards on Broadway, but is rarely performed in this country. So audiences are in for a treat when the company stages the Canadian musical, The Drowsy Chaperone, at Milborne Port village hall from 3rd to 6th April.”

It’s a very funny musical send up of 1920s Hollywood musicals. Lots of laughs, great music and dancing, from a talented cast which have been working hard all winter. Don’t miss

Breakfast, coffee, cream tea and light lunches at the “Antico” at the White Horse

The White Horse, South Cheriton (still the only pub in the parish) has diversified into a new venture, the Antico Caffe, serving breakfasts, morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas from Mondays to fridays from 9.15 am.

Eat in or takeaway.

Horsington Community Market & Kitchen

St Margaret’s Hall Horsington – 4 November (and monthly)

All villagers with produce invited to bring along to sell -20% of income donated to Horsington Primary School and the Village Hall.

Food resilience and supporting local farmers and food producers has never been more important in a cost of living crisis against a background of climate change, Brexit, and pandemics. This is a new Community Market and Kitchen to connect local producers with the local community, generate additional income for producers, villagers, and the Primary School.

Proper coffee, tea and cake will be available. Card payments taken. WhatsApp group – ask to join (Penny Nagle 07768 832954) or mail penny@felthamsfarm.com

Facebook Social Media: @HorsingtonCommunityMarket – Producers, farmers and local businesses confirmed so far : –

Feltham’s Farm – multi award winning organic cheesemakers, selling cheeses, organic fruit, vegetables and sheepskins.

Blooming Wild – Cabbage Lane’s growers of perennial flowers, grasses, and wildflowers, selling plants. Not here for November (as taking a well deserved break) but back in December.

Baglio San Felice – tastings of their Sicilian olive oil, available to pre-order direct from the producer for the 2023 harvest .

Lovington Bakery Sourdough bread will be available for sale, and collection.

And most of all YOU – anyone with excess veg, fruit, eggs, cakes, breads, pies, meats, jams, chutneys, homemade crafts, please come! This is YOUR Community Market and Kitchen. Just let us know if you are coming for numbers

Penelope Nagle penny@felthamsfarm.com

Local buses under threat

Use it or lose it is the message from our local bus operator. The 58 and the 58A, which connect Wincanton to Yeovil in an hour-long trip via Henstridge, Stabridge and Sherborne, are under threat due to falling passenger numbers.

This is despite bus fares pegged at £2.00 per journey until december 2024.

(This applies to other bus services in Somerset, including cross country services to Bristol, Taunton and Bridport.)

The Somwerset Bus partnership have launched an advertising campaign which boasts it costs less than a latte to use the bus. Also less than using expensive fuel and running up parking charges!

Winter Draws on!*

The clocks are about to change, and we predict an outbreak of jerseys, to be followed by a rash of Christmas jumpers.

Here’s a few things to keep you amused during the autumn.

The White Horse, South Cheriton (still the only pub in the parish) is holding a Race Night on Saturday 4th November.

If, like your editor, slow horses and fast women led to your downfall, you will find them a’ plenty in the bar.

The evening consists of televised English horse races on the big screen. Come and have a flutter with pretend money, exchangeable at the bar.

Ther cost is £12.50, to include some food. From 7 pm. First race 8 pm

Should be fun. Must Book  – at the bar or phone  01963 370394.

The White Horse also hosts a popular monthly quiz on the second Sunday of the month. The next one is on the  11th November. Teams of 5 max. 7.30 pm.

The Horsington Community Market & Kitchen  got off to a great start last month. November’s market is on the 4th November at the village hall (and on the 1st Saturday of the month thereafter.)

Local produce, cheese, meat, flowers, plus wonderful Sicilian olive oil. 9-30 -11 am. Got somewthing to sell? Bring it along.

Horsington Church
Horsington Church, painted by Philp Rawlings

Horsington Church is hosting a concert by The Mill Singers, a male voice choir featuring Horsington’s own Bob Jones on Sunday afternoon, 19 November at 3 pm.

Entry is by a suggested donation of £8.00, (cards accepted) and all profits will be for the church’s funds.  The concert will be followed by refreshments. 

They  sing quite light stuff on the whole, songs from the shows, folk-songs,     light-opera, Sea Shanties, all generally easy listening.  And FUN! 

*Winter Draws On! Listen: http://*https://open.spotify.com/track/48OIgI0OWGNfSXMLJzft4M?si=a5d03325416c48df

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