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  1. Peterborough Take Note presents their Christmas Concert at The Voyager Academy on Saturday 13th December 2014.  With an orchestra, Take Note COnsort Singers and featuring guest appearances from Club 73 Choir, this is a great way to start the holiday with Christmas Songs, Carols, and the first UK performance of Sarah Quartel's "Snow Angel".


    Tickets available HERE


  2. on Saturday 13th Dec, 2014, all day.
    Our Christmas Concert takes place at The Voyager Academy on Saturday 13th December, doors open at 7pm. We will be performing with an orchestra and for the first time in the UK we will be singing, "Snow Angel", written by Canadian composer Sarah Quartel in 2011 and first performed on Canadian Broadcast Corporation Radio's Christmas Eve programme that year.

    We will also be singing christmas songs and performing with an orchestra who will play favourite Christmas music. We will also sing Christmas Carols with our audience, to welcome in the Christmas holiday.

    Tickets are now on sale and will also be available from Peterborough's Visitors Information Centre in Cathedral Square, or online at

    The Choir is looking forward to another year of exciting opportunities, including a performance at The Cresset and to round off the season, we will be going to Abbey Road Studios in London to record music with one of the best music producers in the UK.
  3. on Thursday 27th Nov, 2014, 7:00pm - 10:00pm
    T/he Choir rehearses every Wednesday Evening between 7-7:30 pm for sectional rehearsals and from 7:45pm for full choir rehearsals. New members always welcome.

    If you have ever wanted to join a choir, we are a friendly group who will support you no matter your experience and whatever your circumstances. We do not hold auditions, and we are part funded by the Community Learning Fund, which allows us to provide a series of additional learning opportunities in occasional Saturday workshops.
  4. on Monday 8th Dec, 2014, 7:15pm - 8:45pm
    Final of Club's Handicap tournament.
  5. Two Bennie League games took the ice on Wednesday in the first of the rescheduled nights. On sheet one it was a very close affair between the Alan Frickleton and Bryan Woolsey rinks. Bryan got off to a flyer with a three at the first end but Alan pegged him back with singles at the second, third and fourth before going ahead at the fifth. A two at the sixth got Bryan ahead again but yet another single from Alan peeled the match going into the last end where Alan held the advantage with Bryan to throw his last stone. A draw to an open head on big swinging ice to win the match proved to be too much for Bryan as his stone slid on too far and left Alan to pick up the one for a 6  - 5 victory.

    Match two between Alan Faulds and Gordon Hogg, on sheet six at the other side of the ice rink, was not such a close affair although the score was not a reflection of the tough battle for shots at each end. Highlights here were the threes Alan scored a the opening and closing ends and the pair of twos at ends four and five. The 12 - 2 final score was hard on Gordon and his rink who just did not get the outcome their play deserved.


    Alan Frickleton 6 - 4 Bryan Woolsey

    Alan Faulds 12 - 2 Gordon Hogg

    Alan now leads the league with 6 points from Gordon on 4. David Lunt and Tom Lambie then follow with 2 points although both have played one game less.

  6. on Tuesday 9th Dec, 2014, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    National Demonstrator David Thomson joins us for our Christmas special to show us his "Colourful Christmas" designs. Tickets £4.50 for members, £10 for visitors.

    Members have their own competition. This month their title is "White Christmas".

    Festive refreshments provided by the members.

  8. Well done all on your gradings, a great standard set.

  9. No pain no gain Grrrrrrrrr


    Ju-jitsu is not just failling around on the floor, it's hard training its a level of commitment I've never had to or wanted to commit to anything in my life. Ju-jitsu is fun, hard and the fitness part of it is deceiving. I've love and enjoy every aspect of the training and you will meet a few nice people there as well.

  11. Congratulations to the Mixed 1 team who without captain fantastic Alistair pulled off an excellent win at Whaplode Drove.  In a very well mannered and competative game Whaplode Drove looked to be crusing to the win leading 4-2 with three to play. However Caroline Strickett & Matt Mace started the comeback beating the first pairing 21-13 21-19.  Sheila Griffith and Shazad Hussain then won a tough three ender 25-23 19-21 21-18.  The tie now at 4-4 Beccs Love and Bash Hussain kept the momentum going with a fine 21-16 21-12 win.  Well done team!!!

  12. from Wednesday 17th Dec, 2014, 7:30pm - Tuesday 25th Nov, 2014, 11:59pm
    This is the annual gathering of the Phoenix Clan - we look forward to an excellent evening at the Neston Cricket Club
  13. on Wednesday 10th Dec, 2014, all day.
    This is the last day to book your places at the Christmas Gathering at Neston Cricket club on 17th December.
  14. on Thursday 25th Dec, 2014, all day.


  17. on Friday 3rd Apr, 2015, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    B David Lunt v E Gordon Hogg
    C Tom Lambie v F Bryan Woolsey

    replaces 20th October
  18. on Friday 27th Feb, 2015, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    B David Lunt v C Tom Lambie
    Replaces 9th October

    A Alan Faulds v D Alan Frickleton
    Replaces 20th October
  19. on Wednesday 28th Jan, 2015, 9:55pm - 11:59pm
    1 George McNeill v 2 John Irving
    3 Stuart Milne v 4 Ross McIntosh
    5 David Hewitt v 6 Norman Cummings

    replaces 31st October
  20. on Friday 19th Dec, 2014, 8:30pm - 10:30pm
    A Norman Cummings v F John Irving
    B Stuart Milne v D George McNeill
    C Ross McIntosh v E David Hewitt

    Replaces 5th November
  21. on Wednesday 10th Dec, 2014, 9:55pm - 11:59pm
    A Norman Cummings v D George McNeill
    B Stuart Milne v E David Hewitt
    C Ross McIntosh v F John Irving

    Replaces 16th October
  22. Following receipt of the replacement ice the updated fixture list for the balance of the season is below:

    Date Time Competition Low Rink Mid Rink High Rink
    Wed 26/11/14 17:45 Bennie D v F A v E  
    Mon 01/12/14 20:30 Henderson C v D E v F A v B
    Mon 08/12/14 18:15 Bennie C v E A v F B v D
    Wed 10/12/14 21:55 Henderson A v D B v E C v F
    Fri 19/12/14 20:30 Henderson A v F B v D C v E
    Mon 19/01/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO H3 v H6 H4 v H5  
    Wed 28/01/15 21:55 Sandy Smart 1 v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6
    Mon 02/02/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO H1 v H4 or H5 H2 v H3 or H6  
    Thu 19/02/15 20:30 Henderson B v F D v E A v C
    Fri 27/02/15 20:30 Bennie B v C A v D  
    Fri 06/03/15 20:30 President's Prize 2 v 3 4 v 5 1 v 6
    Mon 16/03/15 20:30 Henderson B v D A v F C v E
    Thu 26/03/15 18:15 Points      
    Mon 30/03/15 18:15 Teind Barn KO Final    
    Wed 01/04/2015 17:45 Henderson A v E D v F C v B
    Fri 03/04/15 20:30 Bennie B v E C v F  







  23. on Wednesday 26th Nov, 2014, 5:45pm - 8:00pm
    D Alan Frickleton v F Bryan Woolsey
    A Alan Faulds v E Gordon Hogg

    Replaces 9th October
  24. For most young people flying means going on holiday. They will never take control of an aircraft themselves but for two young Nuneaton based Royal Air Force Air Cadets who recently took to the skies during a visit to RAF Cosford, taking control was what it was all about.

    This was the first time that Cadets Matthew Waudby and Jack Conway from 121 ( Nuneaton ) Squadron had been powered flying with the Air Cadets. They both had a 30 minute flight in one of No. 8 Air Experience Flight's (AEF) single engine Grob Tutors, not long by holiday flight standards but a flight in a Tutor when you get to fly the aircraft yourself is something completely different.

    During an Air Experience Flight the pilot taxis out to the runway, takes off and finds some clear airspace. Depending on the conditions at the time the pilot may offer you the opportunity to try some aerobatics, alternately you may be given the chance of taking control of the aircraft yourself.

    When the pilot hands over the control of the aircraft, you will hear the words, "You have control." You then place your had on the control column and your feet on the rudder peddles and reply, “I have control sir” and that's it, you're now flying one of the RAF's Grob Tutor's. Don't worry, the pilot will guide you through the controls and you may even get the chance to try out one or two aerobatic manoeuvres yourself. No other youth group could offer you such an opportunity.

    After his flight, Nuneaton based Air Cadet Matthew Waudby said, “This was the first time I've been flying at No.8 AEF with the cadets. It was a totally new experience. The best part of the flight was when I got to take control of the aircraft myself. The pilot said, 'You have control', once I was comfortable with the controls I replied 'I have control, sir!' It was quite scary to begin with but once I adjusted myself to it, it was great fun. I even managed to do some aerobatics including a loop and a role. I would definitely recommend it to anyone and I can't wait to fly again.

    On completing his flight, Cadet Jack Conway summed up his experience, with the comment, “Best thing I’ve done in years, brilliant”.

    Flt Lt Paul Hincks Officer Commanding 121 (Nuneaton ) Squadron said . “This was the first time that Matthew and Jack had been flying with No.8 AEF and I hope it's given them a taste of what it's like to take control of an aircraft themselves. Its one thing going in a holiday jet but it's a different story in a two-seater airplane when you! get to Take Control”.

    He added, “Flying is one of the core activities for Air cadets. It's the unique opportunity to fly that makes the Air Cadets so different from any other youth organization, so if you're interested in flying and want to take control yourself why not come along and Join Our Team.”

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