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RE-Scheduled Parish Council Meeting
Monday 3rd February 2020 at 7:00pm in the village hall.
If you wish anything to be included in agenda please contact Carolyn Beecroft(clerk)
Cinema Chelwood Presents: FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS on Friday 7th February
You are all welcome to join us on Friday 7th February from 7.30pm for a screening of ‘Fisherman’s Friends’ to keep away the winter blues; but these ‘Friends’ are not throat lozenges but a group of Cornish fishermen singing sea shanties, who become a top ten hit as a most unlikely yet successful boy-band. In the process cynical music-business values are tested against the traditional community-based values of the salty singers, with plenty to sing about. This film is based on a true story!
Starring Daniel Mays, James Purefoy and Tuppence Middleton, it is suitable for age 12 and over and runs for 112 minutes. We shall start the film rolling at 8.00 pm. Admission is free. Please bring nibbles and refreshments of your choice and be willing to share.
Hope to see you there!
For Chelwood Village Hall Committee
Badapple Theatre Company
The return of Badapple Theatre Company, which with their latest production called ‘Elephant Rock’ is scheduled to roll into Chelwood on Friday 29 May 2020 (Please note change of date).
A new comedy by Kate Bramley with songs and music by Jez Lowe
From the great age of the steamers and through the heyday of the British seaside resorts the grand dance hall has stood proudly on the pier front attended by the greatest of all attractions, The Mechanical Elephant.
But now the holidaymakers have left for good, like the old Elephant Rock that gave the headland its name. And with the tides gnawing away at the coast all around, short of a miracle or two it’ll be curtains for certain for the old place but that doesn’t stop Nellie’s girls putting up a good fight.
Come and join us for a good chuckle and a song or two as we trace the twists and turns of the tall tales of generations of carnival women who kept the Elephant Rock dance hall doors open through hell and high water….
Normally held 2nd Saturday of the month, 7:30pm.
Wednesday Evenings, 6:00-7:00pm with Lynne Joyner.
This will be held at Chelwood Village Hall.
All levels welcomed
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