St Mary’s Church are holding their annual Lent Lunch this Saturday at 12 noon in the Memorial Hall.
There is no charge, but a donation to charity would be appreciated.
All are welcome, whether you attend church or not, and this is a great opportunity to get together with other villagers.
“Tales from Bibby’s”
by Chris Bibby, proprietor of Bibby’s coaches in Ingleton
Friday 29 March 2019 at the Memorial Hall. 7.30pm start.
This promises to be a light-heated, entertaining evening so please do come along and support the event.
Tickets are £7.50, which includes a glass of wine and nibbles, and are available from Diane Sunderland, Maureen Thomas or Dorothy Fell. Or if you prefer you can pay at the door.
We have been given advance warning of the Capernwray Road Race due to take place on Sunday 31 March, which will mainly affect Borwick residents. The cyclists will convene and depart for the start from the Memorial Hall car park between the hours of 9am and 4pm, so there will be activity in the area for most of the day. The organisers have undertaken to complete the post-race clean-up by 7pm. The race route and other information is attached.
We have been told: “The event is taking place on 31 March. Unlike previous years, we are running two separate races this year (rather than both concurrently) to help alleviate parking and safety concerns. None-the-less, we would like to give villagers in Priest Hutton, Borwick and Capernwray fair warning that the event is coming… The races will be departing (neutralised, so not racing) from the village hall but will only start racing once they are out of Borwick and away down to Capernwray. The course itself is attached along with the flyers we are going to try and distribute over the coming days.”
The award winning Canadian folk/country artist will be playing live at the Memorial Hall on Saturday 23/3/19 at 8pm. Bring your own drink, glass and nibbles. Tickets (£9 Adult / £6 Child / £24 family) may be bought online from http://spotonlancashire.co.uk/whats-on/having-a-great-time/
“Stan and Ollie”, one of 2018’s best movies, is showing at the Memorial Hall on Friday 12th April 7.30pm. Featuring Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel, and John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy, it follows the duo on their last ever tour of the music halls of the UK, recreating some of their best comedy routines, and exploring their ongoing relationship at the end of their careers. A truly great movie even if you don’t like Laurel and Hardy (according to Mrs Webmaster). Adults £4, children £1.