Well what a day!! A huge thank you to our amazing team of volunteers who made Saturday possible! They moved books, carried tables served, dressed as an elf, sang ( thank you Nigel), cooked, washed up , built shelves in the cellar, organised tombolas and generally worked their socks off all day and the days
We have lots going on in the centre over the next few weeks and are very much looking forward to lots of Chritmas celebrations and events. Click here for our December Newlsetter to find out more! DEC 2023 ISSUE 43 (1)
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Hampshire Moviola presents 'The unlikely pilgrimage of Harold Fry'. '(12A)A seemingly unremarkable man in his 60s named Harold one day learns his old friend Queenie is dying. He embarks on a walk, only to keep going for 450 miles until he reaches Queenie's hospice, much to the despair of his wife Maureen.' Saturday 18th
We need to say a massive Thank You to Mary Baldwin for a great Pubs Talk on the 6th October, and everyone who attended. We raised a wonderful £550 for Greyfriars, and that's fantastic! Such a massive help to us. So thank you everyone and big thanks to Mary!
Sadly our film this weekend has been cancelled. 'The Fabelmans' will not go ahead due to lack of sales. We still have tickets on sale for our movie next month 'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry', so please think about attending that if you are interested.
Fancy a luxury manicure at Chewton Glen or maybe a 4 bottle gift pack from Ringwood Brewery? These are just two of the many exciting items up for offers at our Greyfriars Silent Auction on Saturday September 23rd. This is running alongside our Puzzle Sale, which will be held in the same hall. For those who don’t know
Join Emma Jolly for her 4 week course, Novels & Storytelling. Do you have a favourite novel? What are its characteristics, and what makes it your favourite? This course will consider the development of the English novel over five centuries, looking at how writers have manipulated this form, and how they've been 'novel' with the
Have you renewed your membership? For anyone who has forgotten please can you pop in to pay or, if you would prefer to pay online, please put your full name as the reference. It helps to get this paid soon so that it falls into our membership year. If you’re not already a member,