Below are the Autumn movie dates for our new season. More information, including trailers and ticket-reservation details may be found here:
|Friday, 7th September||The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society|
|Friday, 12th October||Entebbe|
|Thursday, 15th November||The Bookshop|
If the answer is yes, then the next question is: Have you heard of AmazonSmile? This is a recent initiative from Amazon that enables you to raise money for your chosen charity every time you buy something. It’s nothing to do with discounts or surcharges. It’s just that Amazon chooses to return some of its gargantuan profits in a way that we can exploit, or not, as we choose. Continue reading
You may already know that the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association has a centre in Chilworth. Staff there are currently on the lookout for those who would be prepared to be ‘committed volunteers’ willing to care and temporary homes for trainee guide dogs.
For a ten-week period, a volunteer would need to be able to drop the dog at the centre on weekday mornings, and pick it up again at the end of the working day. The dog would stay with the volunteer over the weekends. Continue reading
The next Chilworth Moviola showings have been scheduled. They are:
|Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||Thu, 12th July|
For more information, including trailers and how to obtain tickets, please go to the Moviola Programme page.
The Annual Parish Assembly will take place at Chilworth Hall on Thursday, 3rd May at 8.00pm, immediately following the monthly Parish Council meeting which starts earlier in the evening. All Chilworth residents are cordially invited. Hear the reports of your local councillors at county, borough and parish level, and participate in the Open Forum which is intended as an opportunity for you to have your say on local issues. The full agenda is here.
The local Inner Wheel group is putting on a charity lunch at Chilworth Hall on Thursday, 26th April to raise money for SPANA, the charity that cares for working animals in the poorest countries in the world. Tickets are just £10 per person, and full details can be found on this flyer. Continue reading