Rosemary Lethbridge

Halloween – Is it a bit of harmless fun?

Halloween – Is it a bit of harmless fun?

Halloween has become one of the biggest events in the British calendar. Historically traditions associated with October 31st exist way back but ‘trick-or-treating’, is a relatively recent addition. Consumer reports say that spending on Halloween in the UK 10 years ago was only £12m; now it is £300m. For retailers, after Christmas and Easter, it […]

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Service of Remembrance

Service of Remembrance

“Lest we Forget” On the eve of the 100th anniversary of World War One, the Watering Hole is holding a Service of Remembrance. The service will take place on Saturday, November 10th 2018 at 11:00am in the Rufus Hall at Calmore Community Centre and you are invited to join us. The service will have a dual […]

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Can you lend a hand…?

Can you lend a hand…?

…or two and join our Creative Arts For Everyone (C.A.F.E.) team. We are looking for people to join our creative arts group. Would you like to be the hand that controls a puppet; do you fancy miming or blacklight theatre; or do you have technical skills with lighting, special effects or sound? If you do […]

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Y628 Club

Y628 Club

  The Watering Hole operate a club on Monday evenings during term time for those in Year 6 to Year 8. That’s where we get the name, Y628 Club, from. The club offers a safe space for children to choose a variety of activities. These range from organised sport challenges, board and Wii games, cooking and […]

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July’s Messy Church

July’s Messy Church

Saturday, July 28th is Messy Church at Calmore Junior School hall at 11.00am. Messy Church is for the whole family and is a good opportunity to spend quality time together. This will be our last Messy Church before the summer. Come along and enjoy sports, crafts, puppets and stay for a picnic lunch. Food provided.

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Where is Jesus in the Christmas Market

Where is Jesus in the Christmas Market

This week’s blog is from travel writer Gordon Lethbridge (www.travelunpacked.co.uk) and is reposted here for Christmas 2017 as the message is always relevant. At this time of year across Europe the squares of major cities are filled with Christmas markets. As a travel writer, I am privileged to have visited a number of them. I […]

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