In 2018 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. We feel it is so important to commemorate this historic day in British history.

In July we performed two one act plays, Oliver Twist, the classic Dickens tale, however, the story of Oliver Twist, unlike the musical hit film or stage show, is not for the faint-hearted. It is a tale of greed and child cruelty that was a sad dark side of Victorian life which Charles Dickens so often tried to portray in his books and one which our cast played admirably. Our second play was called 'A Day at The Beach' and was absolutely hilarious! It Centred around a disfunctional cast of colourful characters who all went on a coach trip to Blackpool for the day. The cast were superb and thoroughly enjoyed themselves! If you have never come along for the Summer plays you are really missing a treat.

This year's annual Pantomime in November was Pinnochio, written again by our talented script writers, Angela and Helen Cox '.  The usual traditional  slapstick hilarity, corny - but good - jokes, some fantastic singing and dancing and great audience participation. We were very lucky to have Philip Massingham,  from London's West End, staging our lights and sound for us and the effect was stunning! 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.