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See, also, Neighbour's Events at Occold,  Debenham, Pettaugh, Redlingfield, Thornham and Thorndon

All events in the Village Hall unless stated otherwise

 

May, 2018

 

Tuesday 1stFOSA Bingo  7.30pm

Wednesday 2nd    Afternoon Tea & Chat 2-4pm  All welcome

Saturday 5th10am – 5pm  Flower Festival   St Andrews Church

Sunday 6th11am – 5pm Flower Festival   St Andrews Church

Monday 7th10am – 5pm  Flower Festival  St Andrews Church

Tuesday 8th         Hilltop Women’s Group Mystery Tour 6pm start

Wednesday 9th    Lunch Club 12 for 12.30 Advance Bookings Please

Thursday 10th      Mobile Library Van outside Haymead House, The Street 9.55-10.10

Saturday 12th       Table Tennis Tournament, bar etc All welcome from 6pm

Monday 14th         Parish Council and Annual Parish meeting 8pm

Wednesday 16th   Afternoon Tea & Chat 2-4pm All welcome

Wed 16thSuffolk Children in Care: the Story of St. Johns Home 7.45pm   

Monday 21stMonday Morning Group 10.15 for 10.30

Tuesday 22nd        Gardening Club Visit 6pm to Blacksmiths Meadow, The Street

Wednesday 23rd   Afternoon Tea & Chat 2-4pm All welcome

Wednesday 30th   Afternoon Tea & Chat 2-4pm All welcome

 

June 2018

Sunday 10th          Ritzi Tea

Sunday 10th          Soiree at West Barn Place Farm 6pm. Please book in advance

Saturday 23rd       Annual Village Fete

 

 

  

The Garage Sales were once again blessed with good weather which brought out a good crowd of people and reports appear to indicate that stallholders did reasonably well-although some bargains were not snapped up! Around £150 was raised for the continued running and upkeep of the Village Hall and we are most grateful to Margaret Horne for all her efforts in the organisation of the day. Thanks also to various committee members for their hard work in the hall with refreshments.

Coming up we have:

Table Tennis on Saturday 12thMay with the usual bar and baked potato supper.

Saturday 23rdJune-the Fete with theme of Great Britain. Make the most of this one folks!! Raffle tickets will be included with the June Newsletter but if you want an early start ask Katie.

Sunday 15thJuly a walking treasure hunt and afternoon tea. The hunt starts from the hall at 2pm and tea may be taken from 3pm.

Saturday 25thAugust is the Flower, Produce and Craft Show.

On Saturday 15thSeptember is a Music Quiz-get a team together to try to outwit the usual culprits. Music old and new, classic and pop and maybe a picture round too!

October 6thSaturday is the Harvest Horkey while the Children's Halloween party is on the 27th.

In November we hope to hold the Craft Fair as usual.

And finally in December the 'Other Quiz' is on 1stDecember and a Christmas Party for Children on 15th...and of course the Plum Pudding Walk between Christmas and New Year.

The 49 Club has currently 'earned' £1900 for the Village Hall and additional chairs are being purchased and quotes gathered for lining, insulating, plastering and painting the store room. Thanks for those vital pounds sterling and we hope the re-launch of the Club as a 59 Club will happen soon.

Thank you and enjoy our lovely facilities when you can.

 

Soiree 2018 Sunday June 10th 6pm

Mel and Tom Rowe are very kindly hosting this event again at West Barn, Place Farm from 6pm. It's a very popular event and you need to book please with Margaret Knights 767708 or rosecottageflowers@hotmail.co.uk as numbers are limited.

For £10 each you have a wonderful supper then the opportunity to entertain, or be entertained, as you wish. A pianist is on hand, so bring music if you need an accompanist. You may just enjoy the talents of others though so no pressure!  

 

Village Afternoon Tea and Chat

An informal gathering for tea and biscuits. Open to all, young and old; dogs welcome too. Afternoon tea at the village hall happens every Wednesday from 2-4pm except Lunch Club days. As much tea/coffee as you can drink for only £1.

 

 

Don't forget to check out the News pages for all the latest information and stories from our wonderful community.

 

Thornham Film Nights

Friday 18th May at 7.30pm: Special Showing

Cinema at Thornham proudly presents Life on the Deben
a film by Tim Curtis, presented by John McCarthy
admission £5, booking essential.

 "I'd never imagined the Deben's history and hidden depths. It's even more magical a place than I'd ever imagined"

John McCarthy, journalist and presenter
www.lifeonthedeben.com

 

 

 

 

Thornham Music

St Mary’s ThornhamParva - Saturday 28th April at 12 noon:


CONTRAPUNCTUS - Polyphony for Solo Violin with Jorge Jiménez

Unaccompanied music by Biber, Bassano, Bach, Kreisler and Ysaye.
tickets - £12
musicatthornham.org.uk/contrapunctus-polyphony-for-solo-violin

 

Summer Events:

 

 

Soiree 2018 Sunday June 10th 6pm

Mel and Tom Rowe are very kindly hosting this event again at West Barn, Place Farm from 6pm. It's a very popular event and you need to book please with Margaret Knights as numbers are limited.

For £10 each you have a wonderful supper then the opportunity to entertain, or be entertained, as you wish. A pianist is on hand, so bring music if you need an accompanist. You may just enjoy the talents of others though so no pressure!

 

Village Fete 2018  -   23rd June

This year’s grimmer fete on Saturday 23rd June will be celebrating all things British.

We will have all the usual stalls and games as well as the BBQ , bar and tea tent and children’s tent.Entertainment will be provided by The Die Hards.

You will be receiving an envelope with draw tickets in with June’s newsletter; however if you would like some tickets to sell before then please ask one of the committee (Katie, Jocelyn and Denise).

The fete has been successful in raising money for the village hall over the years but to continue to do this we need your help and support. Any help will be gratefully received either on the day or in the lead up to the fete.We are in need of people who are willing to run a stall (where possible that includes setting it up). It would also be wonderful if we had 3 people who were willing to agree to organise teams, one for setting Friday night, one for setting up Saturday morning and one for taking down Sunday morning. This would help spread the workload instead of asking the same people to do it all.

If you can offer any assistance or have any ideas please contact me:

Katie Durrant. 

 

There will be a walk around treasure hunt plus afternoon tea on Saturday 14th July.

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