Norton’s Diary at a Glance

 

Wednesday 11th November 2015, 8pm Village Hall Meeting – All welcome.

 

Halloween - Saturday 31st October

We are planning to escort youngsters around the village for Halloween on Saturday 31st October, starting from the village hall at 6pm. We will also be using an "opt-in" system for "trick or treat" for households that want to participate. You will need to display a poster (this has already been emailed, please contact Alan Davies This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have not had yours) on your house/window if you are happy for us to call.

This year there will be a prize for the best decorated house, so get swinging those skeletons and dangle those decorations!

 

Bonfire Night - Friday 6th November

The annual Village Bonfire Party will take place at the village hall on Friday 6th November at 7pm, fireworks at 8pm.. There will be food including Jacket Potatoes, Hotpot, Chilli, Burgers & Hot Dogs, a licensed bar, a small bonfire and excellent fireworks, all in a safe and friendly environment. Come and join us for an evening for the whole family and an opportunity to meet up with other villagers.

 

Coffee Morning Wednesday 11th November - 10.30 to 12

Come along and enjoy homemade cakes, a drink and a chat, all raffle proceeds go to Norton Church funds. If you require a lift please give Margaret Greenwood a ring on 01827 880063

Wednesday 11th November – hosted by Heather Humphreys, The Cedars

 

Social/Pub Evening - Friday 27th November

Come along to the Village Hall for a nice relaxing evening and unwind, chatting over a few drinks, meeting old friends and new.

 

Watch This Space! – Forthcoming Events

Fashion Show (date to be finalised) and Children’s Christmas Party, Sunday 20th December, further information to follow!

 

Norton Village Hall 100-Club – Last Reminder!

A reminder that 100-Club subscriptions are now due, the first draw will take place on 11th November. Please support the Village Hall by joining the 100-Club or by renewing your existing membership.

The two prizes each month are: 1st £15 & 2nd £10.

Membership is £12 a year (less than 25p a week) and draws take place at meetings on the second Wednesday each month at 8pm in the village hall, to which all are welcome.

It is a chance to have a bit of fun, win some money and help towards the up-keep of our village hall. You have to be in it to win it!

Please contact Gail Hutchinson, 12 Cock Lane, with your name, address and £12 for each membership (cheques to Norton Institute Committee). Many thanks to all of you that have already responded.

 

APPLEBY MAGNA FILM SOCIETY

Now showing the Drama/Thriller Dukhtar on Friday 13th November in Appleby Magna Church Hall at 2:30 and 8pm. In the mountains of Pakistan, a mother and her 10 year old daughter flee their home on the eve of the child’s enforced marriage to a tribal leader. A deadly hunt ensues.

Dialogue in Urdu/Pushto with subtitles.

For details contact Sonia Liff 01530 272327 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Linda Plummer 01827 880241 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Norton’s Diary at a Glance 

 

 

Wednesday 9th September 2015, 8pm Village Hall Meeting  All welcome.  

 

Coffee Morning Wednesday 9th September- 10.30 to 12 

Come along and enjoy homemade cakes, a drink and a chat, all raffle proceeds go to Norton Church funds. If you require a lift please give Margaret Greenwood a ring on 01827 880063 

Wednesday 9th September – hosted by Margaret Greenwood, Westview, 10 Orton Lane. 

   

                                   

Social/Pub Evening - Friday 25th September 

Come along to the Village Hall for a nice relaxing evening and unwind, chatting over a few drinks, meeting old friends and new. 

 

 

Norton’s Got Talent – Saturday 10th October 

The ever popular ‘Norton’s Got Talent’ show returns to thrill and amaze us at what talented people we have living on our doorstep! Our compere for the evening will be Dave Jake introducing a wide variety of acts, book your tickets now as this is always a sell out! 

Tickets are £10 Adults, £5 Children and will include supper. 

Contact Mary Dangerfield or Alan Davies for more information. 

 

 

Halloween - Saturday 31st October 

This year there will be a prize for the best decorated house, so get swinging those skeletons and dangle those decorations! 

 

 

Bonfire Night - Friday 6th November 

The annual village bonfire party will take place at the village hall on Friday 6th November. There will be food, a licensed bar, a small bonfire and excellent fireworks, all in a safe and friendly environment. Come and join us for an evening for the whole family and an opportunity to meet up with other villagers. 

 

 

Watch This Space! – Forthcoming Events 

Fashion Show – further information to follow! 

 

 

Local News 

The Number 7 bus ceases at the end of this month. Response taxis will be available on Tuesday and Friday mornings, to Atherstone only. 

 

 

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Norton Village Hall 100-Club 

It’s that time again! A reminder that 100-Club subscriptions are due for renewal in September, so please support the Village Hall by joining the 100-Club or by renewing your existing membership.  

The two prizes each month are: 1st £15 & 2nd £10. 

Membership is £12 a year (less than 25p a week) and draws take place at meetings on the second Wednesday each month at 8pm in the village hall, to which all are welcome. 

It is a chance to have a bit of fun, win some money and help towards the up-keep of our village hall. You have to be in it to win it! 

Please contact Gail Hutchinson, 12 Cock Lane, with your name, address and £12 for each membership (cheques to Norton Institute Committee). Many thanks in anticipation. 

 

 

APPLEBY MAGNA FILM SOCIETY 

Our 2015/16 season kicks off on FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER with the comedy-drama ‘what we did on our holiday’, starring David Tennant, Billy Connolly, Celia Imrie and Rosamund Pike. 

The story focuses around a husband and wife driving to Scotland with their children for his father’s 75th birthday, knowing that he is dying and deciding because of this not to tell the truth about their impending divorce.  Sadly their separation has been none too amicable and their atrocious behaviour is impacting on each of their three children in different ways. 

‘Brilliant acting by all 3 children’.... ‘good look at family dynamics and relationships’....some ‘ laugh out loud’ moments 

Showing 2.30 and 8pm Appleby Magna Church Hall (opposite the Church) 

New members always welcome or come as a guest to try us out! 

For details contact Sonia Liff  01530 272327 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

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