Broadwindsor and District Horticultural Society
(General knowledge with Brian King from Castle Gardens, Sherborne)
FRIDAY 25 OCTOBER
COMRADES HALL, BROADWINDSOR
£5 each / teams of up to 4 people.
Includes a cheese supper, bring your own drinks.
Contact Brian: 01308 868092
Harvest Supper at Comrades Hall 7.30pm
Come and enjoy an evening celebrating harvest in church, followed by supper with entertainment in Comrades Hall.
All welcome £10 per head.
Please bring your own glasses and drink. Raffle.
Contact Megan 868120 or Liz 868427 for tickets or
Philip and Diana 867646
Preceded by the Harvest Festival service at St John the Baptist Broadwindsor Friday, 11 October
St John the Baptist Church, Broadwindsor, Saturday 12 October from 9.30am.
If you have a strimmer, clippers or a hedge trimmer and could join in, that would be good. Wheelbarrows, gloves, rake, garden bags or any tool you think appropriate. Does anyone have access to a reasonably-priced skip?
The intention is to have refreshments. Give Philip Coltart, churchwarden, a ring if you can help on 01308 867646.
BROADWINDSOR COMMUNITY FILM CLUB PRESENTS
DIRECTED BY SPIKE LEE
STARRING JOHN DAVID WASHINGTON & ADAM DRIVER
IN THIS TRUE STORY IT’S THE EARLY 1970S AND RON STALLWORTH IS THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN DETECTIVE TO SERVE IN THE COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT. DETERMINED TO MAKE A NAME FOR HIMSELF, STALLWORTH BRAVELY SETS OUT ON A DANGEROUS MISSION: INFILTRATE AND EXPOSE THE KU KLUX KLAN. THE YOUNG DETECTIVE SOON RECRUITS A MORE SEASONED COLLEAGUE, FLIP ZIMMERMAN, INTO THE UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATION OF A LIFETIME. TOGETHER THEY TEAM UP TO TAKE DOWN THE EXTREMIST HATE GROUP AS THE ORGANISATION AIMS TO SANITISE ITS VIOLENT RHETORIC TO APPEAL TO THE MAINSTREAM.
FRIDAY 4TH OCT 2019
FILM CLUB MEMBERS FREE AND GUESTS £4
FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT
IAN BUTCHER 01308 867644
JACQIE TAYLOR 01308 867376
WINE, BEER, FRUIT JUICE, SNACKS AND SOFT DRINKS AVAILABLE
TEA AND COFFEE
Broadwindsor Community Film Club Presents
Stan & Ollie (PG)
Directed by Jon S Baird
John C Reilly and Steve Coogan
Laurel and Hardy – the world’s greatest comedy team – face an uncertain future as their golden era of Hollywood films lie behind them. Diminished by age, the duo set out to reconnect with their adoring fans by touring variety halls in Britain in 1953. The shows become an instant hit, but Stan and Ollie can’t quite shake the past as long buried tension and Hardy’s failing health start to threaten their precious partnership.
“Coogan and Reilly’s performances are among the best either has ever given. This film, which pays wonderfully funny tribute to two comic legends, richly deserves them”
Empire film reviews
Friday 6 Sept 2019
Film club members free and guests £4
For further details contact
Ian Butcher 01308 867644
Jacqie Taylor 01308 867376
Joyce Chumbley 01308 868286
Wine, beer, fruit juice, snacks and soft drinks available
Tea and coffee
Broadwindsor Fun Day
Saturday 1 June 2019
2pm until late
PLEASE NOTE that West Street will be closed to traffic.
Dancing in the Village Square to live music from HiDDen and Shadrack Street Band plus Disco.
Children’s entertainment with Strawberry Jam, Organic Rhythm Drum Workshops, Stalls, Sideshows, Classic Cars, Football Tournament, Scarecrow Competition all weekend, Hamper Draw, BBQ, Teas.
Village Praise in church on Sunday 2 June at 11am.