February 2020 Newsletter
Happy Valentines Day from Townshend Village Hall
Saturday 1st February from 12 noon
A great way to start the month
Main Course £4 : Sweet £2, Coffee or Tea 50p
These home cooked lunches are open to anyone who wishes to come and enjoy a leisurely lunch in good company.
For more information call Sarah Chapman on firstname.lastname@example.org
All our vegetables are kindly donated by Berryman’s Farm shop.
Saturday 22nd February
Come for a delicious Italian meal before the film, cooked by Roy and Diana Williams. £7.50 for two courses. Food served at 6pm.
You must pre-book your place by contacting Sarah Lane on 01736 850933. There are still some spaces available but the list is filling up fast!
The film is called ‘The Big Nite’ and is a light-hearted film starring Minnie Driver and Isabella Rossellini, about one of the first Italian restaurants to open in America.
Film starts at 7.30pm. Entry £3. The usual C-fylm conditions apply; renewal £6 or you can join on the night.
Friends of Godolphin Afternoon
On Monday 10th February at 2pm
‘A Tale of Two Gardens—Glen Durgan and Trelissick’.
An illustrated talk in Townshend Village Hall by John Lanyon – National Trust Gardens’ Manager.
In the Hall during February
Fun Bowls Evening
Every Friday from 7.30pm to 10am £1.50 which includes tea, coffee and biscuits. Come along and have fun.
Every Thursday Afternoon, Everyone Welcome
This suits beginners with easy to follow dances with the visually impaired dance group. £3 including refreshments This month on Thursday 6th and 20th of February from 2pm to 4.30pm
The Uke Group will meet in the hall on 12th and 26th February from 1.30 to 4pm. Very informal with lots of cake! A ukulele can be provided for a trial session. For further information contact Inger on 07528839824
Wildlife Tip of the Month
On a mild damp night, try going out to look for toads and frogs spawning in local ponds.
See the new shoots pushing up out of the earth from the bulbs buried in the soil. A sure sign that Spring is on its way with a promise of things to come!
Saturday 7th March
Saturday 28th March
We are showing ‘All is True’ With Kenneth Branagh. A moving account of Shakespeare’s return to Stratford after the Globe Theatre burns down and he gives up writing. His family has got used to living without him. How will he fit back in the household and what exactly did happen to his son?
Have a look at our WEBSITE www.townshendvillagehall.org.uk to see all the activities going on in the Hall. If you have any suggestions for something else let Sarah know at email@example.com or items for inclusion in the newsletter to Rosemary Saunders firstname.lastname@example.org /01736 850843