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9:52am Friday 17th May 2013
FLICKS IN THE STICKS - There will be a flicks in the sticks showing of Quartet (12A), in the Lady Emily hall at 7.30pm, on Saturday. The film relates the upheavals at a home for retired opera singers, following the arrival of a new resident.
12:51pm Thursday 9th May 2013
9:33am Friday 14th December 2012
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2:57pm Thursday 18th October 2012
FLICKS IN THE STICKS - See The Well Digger’s Daughter (PG) in the Lady Emily Hall at 7.30pm on Saturday. Refreshments will be available before the film and at the half-time interval. Tickets are £4.50 for adults, £2.50 under-16s. Call John Tallis for further details on 01432 890720.
10:57am Friday 21st September 2012
9:31am Thursday 12th July 2012
FETE - On Saturdy the annual Tarrington Fete is at The Vine, 2pm-5pm Entrance to the fete and the Vine garden will cost £1 with a wide range of attractions, proceeds going to church funds. There will be a range of family entertainment for all the family.
4:32pm Thursday 5th July 2012
FETE - On July 14, between 2pm and 5pm, Tarringon will be holding its annual fete at The Vine, with proceeds going towards church funds. All are welcome and encouraged to participate. There will be a range of entertainments, including a bouncy castle and other children’s games,white elephant, tombola, cakes, plant and produce stalls, all supported by teas, a barbecue and a bar.
9:25am Thursday 31st May 2012
JUBILEE - There will be a full programme of events in the village. Admission is free at all events, the only charges being for drinks. It will start on Saturday at 2pm, with entertainment, bouncy castles and a tea for the children on Jubilee Green.
8:20am Thursday 10th May 2012
BORDERLINES FILM FESTIVAL - On Saturday at 7.30pm, Lady Emily Hall will be the venue for a Borderlines May Film Festival showing of The Iron Lady (12A) This film seems to elicit the same reaction as Marmite, but love or loathe Margaret Thatcher, you should probably make up your own mind. Mamma Mia! director Phyllida Lloyd tackles the whole story, told in smash-and-grab flashbacks from Baroness Thatcher’s amnesiac dotage.
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