A quarterly newsletter for Chapel Lawn and the Redlake Valley.
Copy deadline for each issue is 15th of the month of pubication i.e. January, April, July and October
One of seven parishes in the Middle Marches Benefice -
Many thanks for your support to ensure that St Mary’s Church continues to flourish, and we look forward to seeing you at future fundraising and church events.
Spring/ Summer 2018
Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Paddington, now happily settled with the Brown family and a popular member of the local community, picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen.
Director: Paul King
Stars: Ben Whishaw, Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville
Saturday 7 April
Food and Flicks
Paddington 2 Cert PG
Food is served at 6.00 pm. This will be a two-
The film starts at 7.30 pm.
Prices: Food and Flicks -
Film only -
Please book places in advance. Contact Christine Rogers for tickets
Flicks in the Sticks For more information about ‘Arts Alive’ and ‘Flicks in the Sticks’ and for up-
* All films start at 7.30pm and cost £4.50 (children £3.50) Tickets are available on the door. Refreshments, including beer, wine, ice creams, popcorn, tea and coffee are available at every film.
For more details or requests for particular films e-
Thursday 29 March
Offa’s Dyke Astronomical Society
starts 7.30 pm
“Mercury: a Relative Planet”
An audio visual presentation by Andrew Lound for a general audience.
Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and, due to the difficulty in observing it, has been neglected over the years. Yet this planet has helped change our view on the motions of the planets, nearly ruined the career of a famous astronomer and perhaps may hold the key to planetary formation. The whole history of the observation of |Mercury will be examined including the latest NASA images from the Messenger spacecraft. Illustrated with remarkable images, accompanied by music this presentation will forever change the way we think of Mercury.
£3 at the door. All welcome!
Coffee, tea and biscuits provided.
Download poster or contact Carolyn Wilde 01547 530085
Saturday 2 June
Arts Alive -
Louise Jordan -
Award winning singer, songwriter and musician Louise Jordan tells the stories, through songs, of remarkable women of the Great War who challenged expectations. Inspirational women, working in a time of conflict, leaving a legacy. “A gutsy and meticulously researched project -
Tickets: Adult £10 Child £5 Reservation required please contact Christine 01547 530258