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  1. Our next production will be "Pantomurder" by Jillian Rowe. This is a murder mystery based on a panto rehearsal of the Frampton Leigh Operatic and Panto Society (FLOPS). It will be performed on 5th/6th December at the Village Hall, Victoria Road, Tilehurst. Tickets will shortly be available from the Village Florist, The Triangle, Tilehurst.

  2. from Saturday 13th Dec, 2014 - Monday 15th Dec, 2014
    St Mary's Church Little Hallingbury
  3. There will be a Christmas Tree festival at St Mary's Church Little Hallingbury 13th to 15th December 2014. Flower club members will be decorating the church, providing a beautiful floral backdrop to the display of Christmas Trees. The club will also be sponsoring and decorating one of the Christmas Trees. Many thanks to those members who have volunteered to help with this event.

  4. Around 40 members took part in the Club's 'Imposed evening' on Tuesday 21st October. Members were provided with all the materials to make an arrangement to take home. The results were simply stunning and showed just how many ways the flowers, foliage and other colourful materials could be used. See Gallery.

  5. All belts have arrived I will give them out Friday 👍

  6. on Saturday 6th Dec, 2014, 12:30pm - 1:30pm
  7. Well done, Mix 2, for winning comfortably!

  8. Well done Barnet team for winning the first match of the season!

  9. on Wednesday 20th May, 2015, all day.
    Vanessa Wellock from Ilkley will give a demonstration entitled "Welcome to my World"
  10. on Wednesday 15th Apr, 2015, all day.
    A demonstration by Alan Beatty from County Tyrone
  11. on Wednesday 18th Mar, 2015, all day.
    A demonstration by club member, Steve Ludlam from Dundee
  12. on Wednesday 18th Feb, 2015, all day.
    A demonstration by Alyson Christie of Balmullo
  13. on Wednesday 14th Jan, 2015, all day.
    A demonstration by Julie Culton from Freuchie
  14. on Wednesday 3rd Dec, 2014, all day.
    A floral demonstration by Linda Soutar from Dunfermline, Fife
  15. on Wednesday 12th Nov, 2014, all day.
    A floral demonstration by Peggie Reid of Cupar, Fife
  16. from Thursday 6th Nov, 2014, 8:00pm - Saturday 8th Nov, 2014, 11:15pm
    Ingatestone & Fryerning Dramatic Club presents
    “Great Expectations”

    The path of true love never did run smooth and especially not in the glamorous and dangerous world of Victorian London. Young Phillip, known as Pip, falls passionately in love with beautiful Estella but fears that she will never want him. As the stepdaughter of the rich and eccentric Miss Havisham, she is far above him in society. When Pip suddenly becomes wealthy after a gift from an unknown source, he determines to win Estella’s cold heart. But who is his secret benefactor and when will that person reveal him or herself? As Pip seeks answers, a mystery of crime, love and passion unfolds around him, linking him with the lives of a host of colourful characters. Low-life villains, scheming women, enigmatic lawyers and hilariously funny foolish relatives - but where no-one is quite what they seem; who are friends and who are foes? Can Pip come through the dangers which surround him to win the heart of the woman he loves? Don’t miss this incredible story, where crime lurks in every twist and turn of the plot and love is the ultimate prize.

    Ingatestone and Fryerning Dramatic Club (IFDC) are bringing this classic story to the the Ingatestone Community Club Theatre, 7 High Street, Ingatestone CM4 9ED from 6th to 8th November 2014 inclusive.
    Performances commence at 8pm on each evening and tickets, priced £9.00 are available through the Box Office in Maggies, 41 High Street, Ingatestone, CM4 9DU, telephone 01277 356262 (£8.00 concessions are available for the Thursday evening performance; tickets are £11 on the Saturday night, which includes after show drinks and nibbles). Tickets will also be on sale at the door.
  17. on Thursday 20th Nov, 2014, all day.
    Members will participate in a knock out competition.
  18. on Thursday 6th Nov, 2014, all day.
    Members will bring along images from their holidays
  19. from Wednesday 3rd Dec, 2014, 7:45pm - Saturday 6th Dec, 2014, 10:30pm
    Cuffley Operatic Society
    The Cuffley VC : 'I was doing my job' - Billie the Birdman
    A musical Presentation of the Life and Times of Lieutenant William Leefe-Robinson, famous for shooting down a Schutte-Lanz Airship over Cuffley, and
    a Commemoration of 100 Years since the outbreak of WWI
    3rd-6th December at Cuffley Hall Maynard Place Cuffley
    Tickets £12 or £10 Sat. Matinee
    Box Office: 07845 260147
    or email:

  20. on Thursday 22nd Jan, 2015, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    This year’s seasonal production from Wycliffe Drama Group is ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves’ by Ben Crocker. In sunny Baghdad we meet our principal boy, Ali Baba, who is down on his luck and in love with our principal girl, the lovely Safiya who is a slave girl in Ali’s brother’s household. But Ali’s luck changes when he stumbles across a magnificent cave of treasures. But as you’d expect, the villainous Sheikh Mustafa Leikh and his band of incompetent forty thieves are waiting in the wings ready to scupper Ali’s plans and receive plenty of boos along the way!
    So come and join the Baba family and friends (including Kamil, the dancing camel and Mum Baba, our beloved dame) through the twists and turns of a great story as they head towards the inevitable happy ending. With plenty of songs to sing along to, dances from Helen Warrington’s dancers, plenty of chances for audience participation and of course, laugh out loud moments galore, this is a show not to be missed!
    Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th January 2015 at Lutterworth College, 7.30pm each evening with a matinee on the Saturday at 2.30pm. Tickets £6 conc, £8 adults, family of four £25 and family of five £30. Tickets are available from Box Office on 07913 880663 or Aspect Stationers, Church Street, Lutterworth.
    For more information please visit
  21. We are delighted to confirm that our guest conductor for 2015 is John Hammonds. John visited J25 a couple of weeks ago to get to grips with concertinas, and put us through one of his pieces from sight. We also play one of his collections. Here is John's potted biography:
    "John studied at The Royal College of Music with Richard Walton. After leaving in 1972 he joined the Royal Ballet as principal trumpet. He later spent 7 years as principal with Sir Roger Norrington’s Kent Opera, at the same time freelancing in London, and playing with most of the London and Provincial orchestras and Opera houses. He was a regular deputy in several West End shows, and has recorded for films, pop groups and advertising.

    John moved to Somerset for a quieter life with his family in 1996. He plays, teaches, repairs instruments and is currently engaged in his fifth collection of arrangements for Brass Wind Publications. "


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  23. on Wednesday 22nd Oct, 2014, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Mens 2 training
  24. on Thursday 6th Nov, 2014, 8:15pm - 10:15pm

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