This is a list of local events, which all residents of Chedworth Place and Samford Court can enjoy! The Land And Shore events mentioned on our home page can be viewed at the bottom of this page.
Please email Lloyd at the chedworth.net address to have your event listed here.
|Thursday 1st November||
Pix presents Darkest
With a stellar cast including Kristin Scott Thomas, Ronald Pickup, Samuel West and a last appearance by Benjamin Whitrow, we see how the fate of the nation was decided behind the scenes.
Tickets are £4.50 on the door, or £4.00 in advance from the Wheatsheaf, the White Horse, the Case Is Altered, Stutton Community Shop, Bentley Community Shop or Marilyn (328876). Or try our text service - just text your name and number of tickets required to 07732 709656
Don't forget to check the Peninsular Pix website for latest news and the films we are thinking of showing in the future
|Sunday 11th November||
Remembrance Day Service
All welcome to attend.
|Thursday 6th December||
Pix presents Mamma
Mia! Here We Go Again (PG)
Alexa Davies and Jessica Keenan Wynn play the young Rosie and Tanya, so memorably played by Julie Walters and Christine Baranski in the original, while the younger versions of Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard are played by Jeremy Irvine, Hugh Skinner and Josh Dylan respectively. Come along and join the singalong!
|Sunday 23rd December||
All drink is provided . . . but any spare bottles of red wine should be left at Wieland's (10 Chedworth) by lunchtime on the day.
|Thursday 3rd January 2019||
Pix presents Paddington
But life - and marmalade - is never that simple and Paddington, voiced brilliantly by Ben Wishaw, faces lots of new challenges wrought by a wide-ranging array of British acting talent, led by Hugh Grant as the latest villain.
Land And Shore
The Land And Shore taster sessions, mentioned in the leaflet - available here - are on the following dates:
LOWESTOFT (focussing on the
Beach Village, once home to a thriving community associated with the fishing
industry) = Friday, November 2nd, 1pm to 4pm at The Bethel (Battery Green
Rd, Lowestoft NR32 1DE)
DUNWICH (once an internationally important port, lost beneath the waves as the coastline changed) = Monday, November 12th, 1pm to 4pm at Dunwich Reading Room (St James St, Dunwich, IP17 3DT)
ALTON WATER (an area of landscape, once home to Alton Hall and Tattingstone Hall, flooded in the 1970s to create a reservoir) = Friday, November 23rd, 1pm to 4pm at Tattingstone Village Hall (School Road, IP9 2NA)
The sessions will include refreshments and some 'have a try' exercises. Please feel free to share widely with any of your networks, friends and family.
Spaces are limited so booking is essential - please email email@example.com to book your place!