February Diary

Regular activities (Village Hall unless stated).

Monday Pilates 1

Pilates 2

5.30 -6.30pm

6.45 – 7.45pm

Tuesday Upholstery 10.30am
Badminton 8 pm
Wednesday Free
Thursday Art 10am
Friday Art 10am
Saturday Free

Other activities

 

Thurs 1st W.I Rhinestone and Sequins, Memoirs of a Competitive Ballroom Dancer by Rachel Harding 7.30pm
Sat 3rd  National Trust Association Talk by Susan Vincent on Lawrence of Arabia.  Digby Hall, Sherborne 2.30pm
Mon 5th Ladies Pub Lunch. The George Inn, Longbridge Deverill Lunch
Wed 7th  Music Night at the Half Moon 8.30pm

Thurs 8th

Parish Council Meeting 7.30pm
Fri 9th Film: Dunkirk.   Milborne Port Village Hall 7.30pm
Tues 13th Beer and Cheese Evening at The Grange.  In aid of the Play Area and the R.D.A. £8.00 per head payable on the door 7.00pm
Tues 20th Charlton Horethorne Gardening Club.  AGM, Dinner and Quiz. Tickets £6 per head from the Village Shop.  Charlton Horethorne Village Hall 6.30pm
Fri 23rd Wincanton Museum and History Society talk on the French Revolution by Charles de Salis.  Wincanton Memorial Hall 7.30pm
St John’s Church Services
4th February Holy Communion with Sunday School. Revd John Silk 9.15am
11th February Morning Prayer.  Revd Diane Barrett 11.00 am
14th February Ash Wednesday Holy Communion.  Revd Ian Coomber 7.30pm
18th February Holy Communion. Lent 1.  Revd Diane Barrett 9.15am
25th February Holy Communion (BCP). Lent 2.  Revd Jane Hindle 8.30am
Churchwardens Anne Jones 370626
Rosemarie Wigley 371478

 


One thought on “February Diary”

  1. Dear Editor,
    A very enjoyable and entertaining evening was spent at the Grange on Shrove Tuesday thanks to Mini Marquees and the Grange. We staggered home having been stuffed full of cheese and feeling decidedly wobbley having indulged in the excellent beer provided by Hall and Woodhouse!
    A mystery was also solved when it was confirmed that the Villager has made a generous contribution to the Children’s Playground! We now know what happens to the funds generated from the advertising. It is also understood the Lions made very welcome contribution.

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