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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Do you have old spectacles sitting in a drawer? These can be recycled by Teesdale and District Lions Club for use in Third World Countries.
Anne Walshaw was pleased to report that Pat Welsh was awarded third place with her Tote Bag and Sue Davies was awarded third place with her Knitted Waistcoat, at the County Craft Exhibition held at WI House.
On Monday 21st October, at 7.30pm, is a showing of an amazing historic film of this area, in which scenes from Wolsingham and Hamsterley in the 1930s and 1940s appear: Yesterday in Weardale and Teesdale. The Monday Club.
Dance with the Bill Johnston Sound at Hamsterley Village Hall, Saturday 19th October at 8.00pm. For tickets, contact Anne on 01388 488318. Please bring your own food and drinks. Tea and biscuits will be provided.
Friday 18th October, Village Hall. Please note that start time is 7:30 (doors open 7:00). Drama. 139 minutes. “The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club.”
Caroline Peacock writes: “I have been notified about several people, and dogs, being bitten in Adder Wood in recent days – so I think it may be wise to avoid going for walks there just at present.