In 2017 we held a V.E Day Afternoon Tea, in June we had our Summer plays, and in November it was time for our Annual Pantomime.

To commemorate V.E day on the 8th May, we held a wonderful afternoon tea with the usual war time sing-a-long, a wonderful afternoon and a good time was had by all. In the summer we performed two one act plays, The Little Princess' by Frances Hodgson-Burnett, the story of a young girl's journey from riches to rags, a story of lost and found, heartache and joy. The second play was an hilarious comedy called 'The Ghost Writer' with an assortment of eccentric, colourful characters. The plays were fairly well attended but it was a missed opportunity if you didn't get to see them.

November saw our annual Pantomime and this year, yet again Angela and Helen Cox wrote a great script called 'The Wizards of Oz'.  A very funny slant on the  original story but with all the fun of a traditional panto. Lots of slapstick, corny jokes, and some great singing and dancing. The costumes were outstanding as always and all in all it was a really great production, not only enjoyed by the audience but by the whole cast as well. As always we had our usual loyal supporters, Brownie packs, families, older generations, young children - in fact - our pantos appeal to all ages, they are good old fashioned fun, great value for money and if you haven't come along to one yet, we highly recommend you do.