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8:40am Tuesday 20th August 2013 in Villages
THERE will be an announcement early next year for the new season of car boot sales.
There will be cream teas served in St James church.
These will be served from 3pm-5pm. This will continue for August. Do call in and treat yourself.
Events coming up for the church. Just Clobber will be closed for the whole of August.
On September 14 and 15 between 10am to 5pm as part of the Festival of Churches, St James’ church will be open for A Miscellany of Interest and Entertainment.
The widely-acclaimed reordered church interior will welcome visitors.
A local artist’s mural of the Malvern Hills and a rare 17th Century travelling font can be viewed in the side chapel.
There will be some organ music on Saturday afternoon and instrumental music with songs on Sunday afternoon.
Cream teas will be available both afternoons Theatre comes to Welland when Solihull On Stage presents Guys v Dolls in St James’ Church on Friday, September 20 at 7.30pm.
Mixing many favourites from the musical world including a dash of pop, the men and women engage in a battle of the sexes competing through song and dance.
Fresh from a week of performances earlier in September, local talented SOS member Rob Burton has arranged for the 25-strong cast to bring this one-off show to Welland.
Don’t miss this opportunity.
Tickets £8 from The Post office, or call 01905 592088.
On September 28 and 29 Tony Leahy’s exhibition of paintings will take place in the church. More community concerts etc later in the year but I will keep you informed.
The weekend of November 16 and 17 sees the St James Christmas Craft Fair in Welland.
The Tables cost £15 for the weekend or £10 per day.
Please telephone 01684 310289 and ask for Mary for further details or information.
MR S TRY 01684 564655
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