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Friday 18th January,  à production of Rumpelstiltskin by The Forest Forge Theatre Company from Ringwood at Denmead War Mémorial Hall. Starting at 7.30 - tickets £6 each or 4 for £20. A Wonderful Story Telling for adults ànd children alike. An evening of good old fashioned entertainment. For Tickets 02392 232546 or email admin@ denmead-mémorial-hall.org.uk

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Saturday 19 January, 2 – 4 pm – Messy Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. For families with young children. Families are welcomed with tea or coffee and puzzles are available to amuse the children. After this there are a variety of craft activities linked to the theme of the day, determined by the Bible story chosen each month. The afternoon is rounded off with a simple meal and drinks. We aim for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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Sunday 20 January - De-stash event  (Indoor Car Boot Sale) at the Pallant Centre in Havant 10am-1pm. A variety of stalls. Refreshments served during the sale. Free entry. All welcome to have a browse.   If you would like to book a table (£7 each) please contact Clare on 07837700891 or stfaithscharityshop@gmail.com, or pop into the shop located in the Pallant Centre.  De-stash events happen monthly at the Pallant Centre usually on the fourth Sunday of the month.

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Wednesday 23rd January …..Chris Pearce and Andy Leggett’s Sopranos, appearing at Gosport Jazz Club, Gosport & Fareham Rugby Football Club, Dolphin Crescent, GOSPORT - booking for non-members strongly advised 023 9252 5487…….8pm - 10.30pm. Guests £10

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Wednesday 23rd January …   a weekly 50/50 tea dance at Hayling Island Community Centre in West Town, 2pm to 4pm … £2

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Thursday 24th January … St Georges Market in St.Georges church hall, Waterlooville, every Thursday 9.30 - 11.30am … selling eggs, cakes, preserves, cards, jewellery and crafts. Tea & Coffee available.

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On until 2nd February … Art Exhibition by Pat Homer from Denmead and also Joyce Wood & June Bryant in the League of Friends Café on B-Level of QA Hospital in Cosham. Open 10-4 Monday to Friday and 12 to 3.30 at the weekends. If you can volunteer to help League of Friends please call in at the coffee shop and ask for Jan Spear.

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Saturday 26 January…. the Elgar Society Southern Branch presents ‘Elgar and Beyond’, a concert of songs and solo items performed by Alex Poulton, baritone and Peter Rhodes, piano both renowned local artists. At The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, Havant at 2pm. The programme includes music by Elgar, Butterworth, Finzi and Britten. Tickets £12, (£10 concessions) available on line www.thespring.co.uk, by phone 023 9247 2700 or in person at the box office.

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Sunday 27th January … THE SUNDAY SWING DANCE with Swing and Jazz Vocalist Miss Amy Baker at The Gaiety Bar, South Parade Pier, Southsea. A toe tapping evening for all to enjoy.

Doors open at 7.30pm // Tickets £12 in advance https://book.events/amybaker  Tickets are £15 on the door.

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Sunday 27th January … St John's Church are holding a Tea Dance at the Underhill Centre, Hedge End. From 2 till 4 pm, prices are £3.50 per adult & £2.50 per child. To include a cup of tea/coffee & cake. You do not need a partner to take part.

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Tuesday 29th January  .... “The Royal Navy in WW1” The Hundreds of Portsdown present a talk by Chris Knox at 7.30pm at St Andrews Church Hall Farlington. £2 for non-members, annual membership £15. Free refreshments

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Tuesday 5 February, 2 pm – Drayton Film Club at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton.

Watch a family film from 2011, starring Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson with sub-titles for the hard of hearing. Phone the parish office on 9242 1849 to enquire which film is being shown. Everyone is welcome, but especially those who are feeling lonely and would like some company.

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Wednesday 6th February …   a weekly 50/50 tea dance at Hayling Island Community Centre in West Town, 2pm to 4pm … £2

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Thursday 7th February … St Georges Market in St.Georges church hall, Waterlooville, every Thursday 9.30 - 11.30am … selling eggs, cakes, preserves, cards, jewellery and crafts. Tea & Coffee available.

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Thursday, 7th February … Cinema for Seniors will be showing “Singin’ in the Rain”, starring Gene Kelly, at the Canoe Lake Leisure Pavilion, off Eastern Parade, Southsea.  Doors open at 1.30 and the film will start at 2pm.  The cost is £5 which includes the film, a bottomless cup of tea or coffee and biscuits.  Please contact Canoe Lake Leisure directly for more information and/or to book a seat.  Their email address is:  info@canoelakeleisure.co.uk

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Friday 8th & Saturday 9th February “1878: The War That Never Was”  Royal Armouries Fort Nelson will be taking brave visitors on an after-dark, time travelling tour of a Victorian Fort on the brink of war. Time travelling visitors will be led on an interactive tour where they can witness events, as they could have been had the French invaded Britain in the 1870’s. Book online, £16 per person, tours from 6.30pm each evening. Café will be open until 8.30pm. More details at: https://royalarmouries.org/event/1878-the-war-that-never-was/

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Saturday 9 February, 2 -4 pm– Build @ Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton.

A free and fun activity for families. It’s a space for families to hear stories from the Bible, and share tea and coffee, soft drinks and cake together. For more details, call Amanda on 02392 421849

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Wednesday 13 February, 2 – 4 pm, Care and Fellowship Group in the hall at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. Andrew Negus will tell tales of Salisbury. The meeting starts at 2pm and everyone is welcome. A chance to chat over tea, biscuits, sometimes cake, and a raffle ticket for the princely sum of £2.

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Wednesday 13th February …   a weekly 50/50 tea dance at Hayling Island Community Centre in West Town, 2pm to 4pm … £2

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Thursday 14th February … St Georges Market in St.Georges church hall, Waterlooville, every Thursday 9.30 - 11.30am … selling eggs, cakes, preserves, cards, jewellery and crafts. Tea & Coffee available.

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Saturday 16 February, 2 – 4 pm – Messy Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. For families with young children. Tea or coffee. Puzzles are available to amuse the children. A variety of craft activities linked to the theme of the day. The afternoon is rounded off with a simple meal and drinks. We aim for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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Thursday 21st February … St Georges Market in St.Georges church hall, Waterlooville, every Thursday 9.30 - 11.30am … selling eggs, cakes, preserves, cards, jewellery and crafts. Tea & Coffee available.

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Saturday 23rd February …. The Big Jive All-Dayer .. 1pm to 1am .. 12 hours, 5 bands, 3 DJs and 1 huge dance floor filled with the best of jive, rhythm & blues, boogie and swing at Worthing Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbot Road, Worthing. Advance price tickets are £27 from worthingtheatres.co.uk/show/the-big-jive-all-dayer/ … On the door tickets £30

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Sunday 24th March 2019 … Purbrook Horticultural Society Annual Spring Show at Deverell Hall, London Road, Purbrook. Doors open at 2pm with awarding of Trophies at 4.15. Entry by donation. Accompanied children welcome. Free parking. Refreshments available. Plant sales. Raffle. Further details available at www.purbrookhorticulturalsociety.org.uk

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