Opera singer, pianist, actor and entertainer, Karl Daymond, invites you to waste an evening with him in the company of Flanders & Swann, Mozart, Noel Coward, Tom Lehrer, Gilber & Sullivan, and Ivor Novello.
Saturday 24th October in The Narth Village Hall, 7.30pm
Tickets are £8.50 and available from Stephen Dix at the Pleck, 01600 860664, and Jane Brackstone at Tir-y-Berth, 01600 860442, or book online (below). Continue reading
Residents are invited to join the committee for reports on the past year and the year ahead, and to take part in the discussion about the direction of the Village Hall.
- Have we got the right mix of events?
- Can you contribute in any way?
- Do you have any thoughts or comments about how the hall is run, and the facilities it provides?
We’ll have good news of our heating replacement project, and we shall launch our Christmas Draw lottery with cash and other prizes.
Doors open 7pm and there will be a licensed bar and refreshments, and time to chat and discuss issues informally before the official part of the meeting starts at 7.30. Continue reading
COFFEE MORNING FOR A GOOD CAUSE
11 am – 1 pm
Are you left feeling upset and helpless when reading and watching the plight of the thousands of wretched, fleeing refugee families and can’t think of a way to help them or the people they have left behind?
Well, you CAN help them by coming to a Coffee Morning in the Hall on Wednesday 21st October organised by The Narth Singers in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) / Doctors without Borders. Continue reading
In aid of our Heating fund to replace the village hall heating with something that works (we’re nearly there!)
10am to 2pm on Sunday 4th October: Free admission – Everything must go!
Please bring good quality donations to the hall on
- Friday 2nd October 6pm to 8pm or
- Saturday 3rd October 10am to noon
Clothes, jewellery, games, furniture, ornaments, bric-a-brac, gifts, cards, books. Please no electrical or other potentially hazardous goods, or broken items
All leftover items will be donated to local charity shops
The next meeting of The Narth & District Gardening Club is on Tuesday 29th September 7.30 for 8pm in the Village Hall. Alun and Gill Whitehead will be presenting a talk on The Hidden Gardens of Herefordshire
The next W I meeting is on Tuesday 15th September when our guests are Vintage Vision from Abergavenny, a group of women who have developed a social enterprise centered on vintage clothing – anything from 1880 to 1980 that is classic beautiful, or just plain lovely.
Come and join us!
7.30pm in The Narth Village Hall
There are two/three places available on our Ladies’ Keep Fit Class which takes place on a Monday between 10.00am and 11.00am in The Narth Village Hall. Our instructor is Lucia Ashton who is qualified and is a member of the Register of Exercise Professionals.
The session starts with aerobic exercises, followed by toning the upper body with weights and finishes with abdominal exercises and other floor work. Each lady brings her own exercise mat and weights – most ladies use 1kg dumbbells and it is essential to wear good trainers. For most of the exercises there are low and high impact versions so that the sessions can suit most abilities and ages. We pay £6 per session and a month in advance.
For further information please contact Sylvia Curphey on 860371 or contact the committee here
Join us at the Village Hall from 5pm for a Pub and Skittles evening, kindly organised by Phil Bowen, with licensed bar, and a ploughman’s supper provided by Mark Arnell.
Entrance is £6.50 per head including supper. Doors open 5pm for children to Skittle free until the main event starts at 7pm.
Please book in advance if you can, to help plan the catering, via Pete on 860399
(Note this is a change of date – originally advertised for 19th September)