We hope you agree-“variety” was the word for this event. So varied were the acts that the atmosphere was alive with smiles and laughter with a warm glow from both artistes and audience!
We were fortunate to have Brian and Alison to start us off with a selection of four songs, beautifully sung by Alison accompanied by excellent guitar playing from Brian who also provided some excellent PA sound equipment which backed the other acts also.
Next PJ Walker sang Johnny Cash songs entertained us with some good favorites and again wonderful guitar playing.
The land girls gave us a rendition of first world war songs to commemorate the end of the first world war, accompanied by Kath Ainsworth.
A refreshing act in Rod Vincent, a poet in his own right entertaining and gifted in every way!
After the break we welcomed Shannon back again, who sang three songs with her beautiful and professional singing voice.
John Mosedale sang his own compositions, I’m sure you will agree they were very competent and so amusing.
Emiko Zhang played us some beautiful music on the piano (without manuscript) she was excellent. Emiko is from China and attends St. Michaels College.
Jacqui Cable gave us a warm rendition of two beautiful songs! They were beautifully song accompanied again by Kath Ainsworth. And finally thank you to Alan Hooper who very cleverly and calmly told us some very funny stories.
We were entertained superbly by such a grand group of entertainers and thank them all enormously for their time and efforts.
We hope you enjoyed the evening. A big thank you to Stuart and Eddie in preparing the room and staging and to Stuart for organising the event.
This event has been CANCELLED but we hope to reschedule for another time.
Our book for August was ‘Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine’ by Gail Honeyman, her first novel. At thirty year old Eleanor Oliphant is completely alone in the world, bought p in foster care she has never been touched or loved, she has no friends, is awkward and lacks social skills.
Eleanor has worked in the same office for nine years, she is fin, she knows no different until she meets Raymond. Raymond is a co-worker, he and Eleanor become friendly after rescuing an elderly gentleman, This event is significant in Eleanor’s life and she slowly experiences a metamorphosis, one that make you smile, laugh and cry.
There’s a bot of a twist at the end. A thought provoking and moving story enjoyed by all the members of the book club particularly me who read it twice!!
Whether the weather be good
whether the weather be bad
whether the weather, whatever the weather
whether it be good or bad!
And we did until it cam down in gentle stair rods!!
It was a different idea to hold the fete in the autumn and perhaps not a bad idea as we can all remember about 3 years ago when the wind and train travelled through the stalls taking them down one after another – and that was in June!
However we are of course most appreciative of Jane and Jonathan for their kindness in hosting the Autumn Fete and such a lovely touch in providing colourful apples for all the help themselves to and damsons to start the pies and gin off with!
Thank you to all the stall holders for their hard work in preparing their stalls and wares, collecting goods and produce and working hard afterwards clearing up.
We ere very appreciative of Tenbury Town Band, they provided such a lovely atmosphere playing some wonderful familiar tunes. The Scottish dancers for an excellent performance just before the rain. We know they put in extra time to rehearse for the day. We welcomed the Hereford and Worcester Animal Rescue who ran the dog show, there were some very well behaved and much loved dogs arriving down the drive and we believe most went home with a ‘rosette’ to cherish. We were grateful for all who cam for the fete and hope most were able to stay for the spectacular performance of Miss St Michaels – what a team and such hidden beauty – can’t think where they have all been hiding!
Most thanks go to all who helped arrange and organise the fete, produce posters, moved chairs and tables, crockery, man stalls, put up and down gazebos, marquees, signs and bunting and generally spent a lot of time, effort and energy. Well done. The fete made a profit of approx. £900 which helps the hall to run. Thank you all.
On Monday 24th September we had a most up to date delivery of a first aid course in the village hall provided by Dee Little from Cheshire. 13 villagers attended and had opportunities to review yet again CPR practices on adult, infant and child dummies together with updating the expected practices on infection, falls, burns, cuts and day to day first aid.
Thank you to all who supported and took part, we all need regular reminders of first aid practices we can manage and hope we can repeat this in the near future.