Sunday 9th October
Jumble sale at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall. Doors open 2pm. Entrance 30p. Donations 9.30-11.30am, morning of sale, (no books or videos please)
Friday 14th October
Huxley Film Night, 7.30p, at Huxley Village Hall: ‘The Danish Girl’. Entrance £5. Tea/coffee, Wine/Beer, Ice cream on sale. Information 01829 781294 or 781573
Saturday 15th October
Beer and Band night in Cotebrook Village Hall from 7.30pm.”Random Parents” playing. Tickets £7.50 includes a hotpot supper. There will be a bar and raffle. For more information and tickets contact: Judith: 01829760513 / 07711243521, Nicole: 01829760762 or Tracy: 01829760551.
Friday 21st October
Duddon & Clotton War Memorial Hall will be holding the first of its autumn quizzes, starting at 8.15pm, entry £2.50 and there will be a bar and raffle.
Volunteers are needed to help run and improve the Hall. If you are interested please contact Martin Thomas, chairman, on 01829 781584.
There is one allotment available at an attractive rent, again, if you are interested please contact Martin Thomas as above.
Wednesday 26th October
Film Night at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall: ‘Suffragette’ (12A). Doors open at 7.30pm. Pay on the door, £5. Bar available.
Saturday 29th October
Tarvin Community Centre, Meadow Close, Tarvin, is the venue for a performance of Mrs Roosevelt Flies to London at 7.30pm. Written and performed by Alison Skilbeck, this one-woman show looks at the private and public life of this charismatic American, who, though never elected to public office, had a great impact on the life of her times. Tel 01829 741962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Suitable for ages 14+. Cost £10
Sunday 6th November
Books, DVD & CD Sale at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall, 10am-3.30pm Please bring donations for the sale on Saturday 5th November anytime between 11.30am and 2pm.
Thursday 10th November
Balbir Singh Dance Company – Painting the Gods at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall. This is a special, 2-centre event, new to Tattenhall which combines stunning Indian artistry with a delicious supper. To set the mood, your evening starts at our local Indian restaurant “Tattenhall Spice” where we have arranged for a tasty buffet supper to be available from 6.30pm. Then on to the Barbour at 8.00pm for a show which combines the skills of three dancers, two musicians, a storyteller and a visual artist painting live on stage. Together they are the Balbir Singh Dance Company and create a feast for the senses which depicts a rich panoply of Indian gods – their stories, representations and incarnations – some already known to you and some perhaps less familiar. The performance is suitable for all ages. Tickets are £16 each* (all ages) available from Jill at The Studio (Worley Court), by email from email@example.com or book online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/280396. To enquire about show-only tickets please ring Linda on 01829 771374.
Saturday 12th November
Tough 10 at Delamere Forest, starting at 11am. Cancer Research UK’s Tough 10 is a brand new series of epic 10k runs. No obstacles – this is the chance to take on some of the UK’s toughest terrain. Double-knot your trainers and prepare to thigh-burn your way to raising serious money to help beat cancer sooner. With three levels of toughness available, choose your ultimate running challenge from 10 events taking place at iconic venues across the UK. Telephone: 0161 865 7869 or email Jennifer.Ward@cancer.org.uk. Age range: 16 or over. Cost: £20
Come and help us celebrate our 2nd Birthday in Style! We will be having a little boogie and a glass of wine, and there will be plenty of cakes of course! Gill Holmes, a local dance and zumba teacher will again be teaching us a short routine to get us in the party mood! Bring a bottle to share; soft drinks will also be served. All welcome from 7:30 on Wednesday 5th October, in the Done Room behind St Helen’s Parish Church. Visit www.tarporleywi.org, find us on Facebook. A warm welcome awaits you.
Tarporley and District U3A
The next meeting on Thursday 27th October will be back in Tarporley Community Centre. Doors open at 10am. Refreshments until 10:30am. Speaker starts at 10:30am. Usually ends by 12noon. Speaker: Lt Cdr Graham Binningsley. “All at Sea. A Mariner’s experiences”. Speaker fee to RNLI.
West Cheshire Rural U3A
Come and join us for the next meeting on Thursday 20th October at the Barbour Institute in Tattenhall. Carole Codd will talk about her varied role in “ Confessions of a Registrar”. Refreshments will be available from 2pm. For further information on membership and forthcoming events please contact either Hilary Scarratt 01829 770516 Hilary@Scarratt.com or visit our website u3asites.org.uk/west Cheshire
Tiverton District Garden Club
Tuesday 4th October, 7.30pm at Tiverton Village Hall, Huxley Lane, just off A49. As Autumn is now approaching, this is the time to think about “Putting your garden to bed for Winter”. Mr Richard Lewis will tell us all we need to know, so that our plants are safely tucked up until next Spring. Entry £1.50 )members), £3 (visitors), including raffle and refreshments. All are welcome.
Tattenhall Gardening Society
The first monthly meeting of the new season will be held on Wednesday 12th October at the Barbour Institute starting at 7.30pm. Jenny Hendy’s talk will be about ‘Climbers and Wall Shrubs’. Jenny is a professional garden designer, author and presenter from the North West. She has won various awards for her work. Find out more about our guest at www.jennyhendy.com. The full programme for 2016/17 will be available at this meeting, with an opportunity to renew membership. Potential new members most welcome. Annual membership gives the added bonus of a 10% discount off gardening items at Walker’s in Huntingdon and Okell’s at Duddon. Any further information from Jen Benefield on 01829 770692.
Peckforton and Beeston WI
This year has gone so fast and we are now in the run up to Christmas, planning carol services and parties. Our forthcoming meetings are on 5th October when Karen Van Hoff’s talk is entitled The Knitted necklace, a hat and a tiara, followed by our AGM and supper on 2nd November and then the History of Roberts Bakery with Keith Birkett on 7th December. We meet at 7.30 pm at Peckforton Village Hall; visitors are always welcome so do come along to a meeting and enjoy tea and cakes afterwards. Margaret Ellis, 01829 261898