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Monthly Archives: May 2011
From 5-7pm every Friday, beginning June 10th, we will be transforming our restaurant into a traditional fish and chip shop! Cod & Chips • Haddock & Chips • Scampi & Chips. Large £6.95, Small £4.95. This includes chunky homemade chips, … Continue reading
Following the success of Toy Story 3 in December, we have included an additional film with an earlier start time to cater for families with younger children. The acclaimed animated comedy How to Train Your Dragon (cert. PG) will be … Continue reading
Margaret and Richard Deimel invite you to the Vicarage Summer Party, Friday 22 July, 7.00 pm Everyone is welcome, including children. You may like to bring some nibbles and drinks. Please park uphill on the churchyard side. Less mobile people … Continue reading
Bedburn Old Hall. 23rd July, 3:00pm to 6:pm. Enjoy cream tea & cakes, etc. in the garden. £5 per person. In aid of St. James Church.
Hamsterley Village Hall, on Friday, 22nd July, at 8:00pm. Please bring your own food and drinks. Tea and biscuits will be provided. For more details and tickets, please contact Juliet on 01388 488287 or Anne on 01388 488318.
The action thriller Kill Bill vol.1 will be shown at 6pm on Friday 15th July. In this stunning Quentin Tarantino thriller, Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) goes on a “roaring rampage of revenge” against those who left her dead at her … Continue reading