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Summer Fete

Don’t miss this year’s Chilworth Village Summer Fete on Saturday, 3rd June, themed around the 50th Anniversary of the “Summer of Love”… be sure to wear some flowers in your hair!

Lots of fun for all the family – for full details, see this flyer!

Any questions? Contact Barbara Philip (07764 313739) or Mark or Jo Fowler (07879 418889)

Annual Parish Assembly

This month’s Parish Council meeting starts at 8pm on Thursday, 11th May at Chilworth Hall and takes the form of the Annual Parish Assembly, to which 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.

Reminder – April Moviola

There’s now less than a week to go before we show A United Kingdom, a romantic true story, on Sunday, 23rd April. This is the last movie of our successful first season. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales. Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome.  Doors at 7pm, programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.

SBB at the Hall

Many thanks to all those who turned out to support live music at the Hall on Saturday evening. Everyone seemed to have a great time listening to the Salisbury Big Band’s repertoire of hits from the Glenn Miller era. The excellent 17-piece band was supported by Ellen-Marie, a singer whose range stretched all the way from the Andrews Sisters to Eartha Kitt via Dame Vera Lynn.  Continue reading