Eardisley Friends of Eardisley Church, Methodist Church, library, theatre, Millennium Green and more (From Hereford Times)
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Eardisley Friends of Eardisley Church, Methodist Church, library, theatre, Millennium Green and more
11:24am Thursday 2nd August 2012 in Eardisley
FRIENDS OF Eardisley CHURCH - The annual meeting is in St Mary Magdalene Church on August 10 starting at 7.30pm. New members will be made very welcome. Existing members are reminded that their annual subscription is due for renewal. Officers may be elected for the coming year. Further details from secretary Rosemary Wolstencroft on 01544 327439.
METHODIST CHURCH - Preachers for the 11am services will be Mr F Hooley (this week), Mr A Williams (August 12) and Rev J Chapman (August 19).
LIBRARY - Eardisley Community Library, in the village hall, adds a further selection of books each month. The next meeting will be on August 28, starting at 2pm. New members will be very welcome.
LITTLE THEATRE - This popular village group will be staging its annual pantomime from November 28 until December 1. This year it will be Robinson Crusoe. The group is looking for a pianist/musical director. Rehearsals start in September. Anyone interested should call Claire Wood on 01544 327448.
MILLENNIUM GREEN - The annual meeting is in the village hall at 7.30pm on August 13.
PACT MEETING - On August 16, members of the local policing team will be at Eardisley Central Stores from 12.30pm until 1.30pm for residents to voice any policing concerns.
TENNIS - Congratulations to Toby Watts who came first in the mini green tournament at Eardisley Tennis Club and well done to all the other participants who came on the day.
There are still five weeks left of the summer holiday coaching course at Eardisley Tennis Club, with sessions for ages four to adult. For full details and bookings contact Steve Barnett at email@example.com. To find out what’s going on at the club, visit eardisleytennis.co.uk. Visit the club’s flourishing plant stall, and pick up a tin of old balls for only 50p, perfect for dogs.