Children in Need ‘Epic’ Quiz – 16th November

Children in Need Quiz 2018

On Friday the 16th November at the Methodist Church in Broadmayne the ‘EPIC’ youth group will be holding what has become their annual event for ‘Children in Need’.

It’s from 5 pm to 6-15 pm. Refreshments will be served by the young people and there will be a box for donations to ‘Children in Need’.

Please tell your friends, family and neighbours about this event.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible. It’s a night when children (and adults) help other children. It’s fun for all the family.

CHANGE TO No5 BUS ROUTE – TUESDAY 2nd OCTOBER

We have received today, news from Damory of a change to the No5 route for TOMORROW due to a road closure. They say:

Due to where the road is closed there is no diversion possible to serve West Knighton. During these times the service 5 will have to divert through Warmwell to serve Crossways. This will mean the 5 will not be able to serve West Knighton or West Stafford. Broadmayne passengers would have to use the bus stops on the A352.

Twisted Tales – 6th October

 

Twisted Tales is a hilariously dark triple bill of riotous comedies that reveal the darkness under the domestic, the lengths people will go to for love & how to wash blood stains out of a carpet.

Inspired by cult classics including The Twilight Zone and BBC’s ‘Inside No 9’ expect a comic thriller of a night with not one, not two, but three short plays guaranteed to leave you on the edge of your seat.

This is the hugely popular ‘Owdyado Theatre’s fifth touring show and gathers together three distinct and distinguished writing voices.
Join us for an anarchic night of Twisted Tales and consider “how far would you go to get what you want?

Why have three strangers; a brash Bristolian, a Cockney wide-boy and an introverted blogger been summoned to play a deadly locked-room mystery?

Who is the bandaged man, obsessively in love and held captive inside an upmarket flat, counting down the seconds until it’s time for HER to return and the “thing I can’t say” to begin?

How will two children’s’ TV presenters dispose of a corpse before time runs out? All they have is their wits, their arts & crafts skills & a foul-mouthed, criminal genius glove puppet.

Luke Jackson Concert – Saturday 8th September

Luke Jackson is a well respected Singer-Songwriter in the Folk, Roots, Acoustic and Blues arena. He is a protégé of Martyn Joseph and this year has released his first live album, of which Mike Harding said
“That’s got to be one of the most faultless live recordings ever in my opinion – he’s a great songwriter with a great voice and boy can he sing the blues.”

Broadmayne has the opportunity to hear Luke
live in the St Martin’s Community Hall
at 7:30 pm on Saturday the 8th September.

Organised by St Martin’s PCC in aid of Community Hall funds there will be a licensed bar and tickets, £12, are available from Tim Clayton (07443 659912) or from the Corner House Stores, Main Street, Broadmayne.

For a preview of Luke’s music, click here