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The What’s On Guide to Woodborough - October 2014
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Village Meeting regarding The Village Shop

Thank you to those who came along to the meeting which was very well attended. There were a lot of questions from the floor and I hope we adequately covered the points raised. There have been several parties interested in purchasing the freehold with various plans in mind. We have received a number of follow up responses from the meeting and it is reasonable to suggest we could have sufficient support for a Community Shop should that be the way the successful bidder chooses to go. Of course, by the time you read this, the situation may have changed again!

Over 60s Coach Trip – Tour of the Derbyshire Dales

A full coach left Woodborough on what was a dull but dry day for a tour round the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. Bakewell was the destination for lunch with a later stop in Castleton. To add to the interest Carol gave the passengers plenty of information about the route and every one really enjoyed the day out.  Thank you Carol Tansley for organising the event.

Dates for your Diary

Firework Display – Wednesday 5th November – Four Bells

Hopefully you will come out in droves to see our fabulous display of fireworks though we are limiting the advertising to avoid the crush of last year. We will have toffee apples, bonfire toffee sweets and novelties for sale and the Four Bells team will be serving burgers, hotdogs and mushy peas from their brand new BBQ in the garden behind the pub. As usual, there will be no entry charge but “bucket shakers” will be going round for voluntary contributions towards the cost of the fireworks. We hope it’s a great evening and that the weather will be kind to us.  One note, can we ask please that you don’t bring any of your own fireworks to the event – that includes sparklers. It is a very crowded evening and we would hate there to be any accidents.

Film Night – Saturday 15th November – Village Hall

We are again planning a double screening – in the afternoon we will be showing Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie as the villain in the untold story from Sleeping Beauty. It tells of her early life and why she casts a curse on the baby Princess Aurora, Doors open at 3.30 for a 4.00 start.

Later in the evening we will be featuring X-Men: Days of Future Past.  This fast paced action film has an all star cast including Ian McKellen, Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry. The characters from the original X-Men Trilogy join forces with their younger selves in an epic battle that must change the past – to save the future. Doors open at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start. As always, there will be a licensed bar and ice creams, popcorn and snacks will be available.  Tickets in advance can be obtained from both pubs and 119 Main Street (call 965 3072 to check first!) Prices are Adults £4, Concession £3, Family £10. Get them in advance – they will cost more on the door.

Revival – December 6th   Revival, a local slick six piece band, play a great selection of 60s and 70s covers. So many of you enjoy this evening so make a note in your diary and get your dancing shoes ready! Real ale from Nottingham Brewery will be in the bar as well as a selection of other beers, wines and soft drinks.   Tickets will be £12 from both pubs and 119 Main Street (call 965 3072 to check first) available from mid October.

Please come and join us  - We are always looking for new members to join our committee group and we would welcome anyone who may be interested in coming along to see what we do – all our meetings, which are held in the Methodist Schoolroom at 7.30 on the first Tuesday of every month, are very informal and open to anyone from the village. The next one is 7th October.

Woodboroughcommunityassociation@hotmail.co.uk

Tel: 0115 965 3072

Post: PO Box 9915, Woodborough, Nottingham NG14 6WR.

www.woodborough.org.uk

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