Yes, it’s drawing ever nearer, the date when the new Dersingham Village Centre will be open for business! Although we are taking bookings from 1st October, we are planning to have the official opening on Saturday 20th October. This will be followed by a week of special events, when you can drop in and see the new Centre, have a cuppa in the pop up cafe, and find out more about what’s going on.
Provisional list of events
20th October – Open Day and Activity Market Place – 11.00am – 4.00pm – from ballet to flower arranging, computers to bridge, whatever takes your fancy there will be an opportunity to sign up, learn more or just chat to course organisers. Suggest other classes, feedback very welcome. Refreshments available.
21st October – Charity Community Lunch – 12.30 – 2.00pm – £12 for 3 course lunch.
22nd – 26th October – Pop In Week – come along and see classes in action. Anytime from 9.30am till 4.30 pm (with some exclusions to be advised).
26th October – Tea Dance – 2.30 pm – 4.30pm – £5 per head includes tea and cake.
27th October – Ceilidh & Barn Dance to celebrate our wonderful new Hall. Live music with Ceilidh band Whirligig. Get a group together and share a table. 7.00pm – 10.30 pm – ticket price £9 (includes food).
For more information/tickets, contact: Judy Collingham firstname.lastname@example.org
The lucky numbers for September have just come out of our new Tombola machine and here they are:
First prize of £38.25 number 13
Second prize of £25.50 number 17
Third prize of £12.75 number 77
Do please keep supporting our lottery, as we will need to raise more money to equip the hall as the build proceeds. Thanks!
The Dersingham Village Centre fundraising lottery continues to gather momentum. If you buy a lottery ticket you are directly contributing to our efforts to raise the funds needed to bring the new hall and village centre to reality, hopefully by Summer 2018.
Every month there is a lottery draw made, usually during the interval at the Village Voice Live talk, which takes place in St Nicholas Church Hall on the first Tuesday evening of each month. Check your tickets, you might have a nice little windfall!
No tickets? Join immediately by downloading an application form here. Meanwhile the winning numbers from the last few draws are shown below:
March 2016 Numbers 34, 36, 5
April 2016 Numbers 8, 18, 32
May 2016 Numbers 24, 11, 37
June 2016 Numbers 48, 9, 70
A not to be missed treat, this charming film is the real life (well more or less) story of how an itinerant travelling bag lady in an ancient van came to stay in the front garden of Alan Bennett’s house in a very well to do London suburb. As one would expect from Bennett the writing is superb as he depicts both her and his own life, often warts and all. It just goes to show that, if you are a kind and well meaning person as Alan Bennett obviously is, you can well, just get lumbered!
As with all village cinema presentations, the show will take place in St Nicholas church hall, which in due course will hopefully be replaced by the new Village Centre. Funds raised from the cinema are divided between the Centre fund and the church, so you’ll be supporting good causes as well as having a good evening.
7.30pm on Thursday 31st March 2016. Don’t miss it!