A different 

view of Bilborough

Tuesday 3rd July, 6pm - 7pm 

Join us - just before the England World Cup match - for an unforgettable performance! 

Audience members are invited to tell little snippets about Bilborough and the clowns will bring them to life.

 

No need to book, just come along for a relaxed evening. With Angela Hayes, Amanda Scofield and friends.  At St Hugh's Church Hall, Staverton Rd. FREE. 

1930s Film 

Showing

Friday 6th July, 2pm 

Join us to watch 'It's a Boy', a 1933 British B/w comedy farce. Dudley played by Edward Everett Horton, is about to be married when he's confronted by a blackmailer claiming to be his long lost illegitimate son; the best man sets out to prove that the allegations are false.   

Introduced by film enthusiast Paul Rothwell-Smith. 

Length - 80 mins.  

At Lincoln Court, Staverton Rd.  FREE 

Time of our
Lives - Older People's Network 

Wed 18th July, 10am - 1pm 

Time of our Lives is a new group wanting to start an older people's network in Bilborough.  The first meeting will be on 18th July, followed by lunch.  Who's it for? Anyone that works, volunteers, knows or cares for older people in Bilborough and is interested in sharing skills, ideas and information. At Bilborough Library and Community Centre, Bracebridge Drive. FREE. 

For further information or to book a place, please contact Tracey High, 07525 632919 or email my.mates@hotmail.co.uk