Mince Pie and Mulled wine event on Saturday 15th December

All residents of Drinkstone are invited by the Village Hall Committee to come to our Annual Mulled Wine and Mince Pie morning on Saturday 15th December between 11 am and 12.45 pm. The Grand Hamper draw will take place at 12.30 pm.

There will be a display by the Art Group, a bric-a-brac table, a Christmas Craft table and a display by the WI.

Do come along.

The stage has arrived!

Thanks to a very successful fund raising project, the demountable stage has been purchased and delivered. It was used for the first time at the very enjoyable Hut Theatre Concert ‘Embraceable Ella’ on Saturday 20th October.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this project.

Special Family Pub Night on Saturday 16th June

The next pub night on Saturday 16th June is starting earlier than normal and extending a special welcome to Drinkstone families with children under 14 years of age from 6 pm to 8 pm. The bar will be serving wine, beer, cider and soft drinks. Come and chat with neighbours and friends, old and new (hopefully in the garden).

Drinkstone Sale Trail 2018

At long last, a warm sunny day for the Sale Trail that took place on the morning of Saturday 5th May. Lots of people, lots of garages and lots of bargains. Thanks to all who contributed in any way at all, including all those good people that came and spent their money!

And it will all happen again next year so see you there!

All enquiries should be addressed to Sue Foulsham on 01449 736314  suefoulshamster@googlemail.com

Winter Concert – Saturday 3rd March

The Hut Theatre presents a Winter concert in the village hall at 7.30 pm with performances by local residents. Bring your own drinks and glasses. Proceeds from this event will go to the Stage Fund Appeal. More information on the appeal can be found on the Village Hall Stage Fund Appeal page (or click here )

£5 adults – £3 children

Further information from Sheila Beswick – 01449 737101  ray.sheila2@tiscali.co.uk

A Christmas Carol – Saturday 16th December 7.30 pm

It was a full house for A Christmas Carol performed by the Spinning Wheel Theatre Company. The event was run by The Hut Theatre in conjunction with Creative Arts East. Can there really have been only three actors? The set was ingenious, the acting was amazing and the whole evening was a resounding success. Watch out for future productions by the Hut Theatre and remember to buy your tickets early – there was a waiting list for tickets by the time the day came and a number of people were disappointed!