So now the Forties weekend is but a fond memory and the summer gently gives way to Autumn, what’s new in and around the village according to Bill Stickers?
5 and 10k walks
Walk, jog or run – it’s up to you at the Stourton Estates at 9am, just off the A 158 at Baumber. The events are in support of the MacMillan and Lives charities, and the early bird fee is £10.00. Details and booking
September 16, 22 & 29
“Who killed the vicar?”
A murder mystery dinner and drama presented by M.A.D.S at Dunston Village Hall, in aid of the International Bomber Command Centre. Tickets are £20 per person including the 3 course dinner.
September 16: Gala performance (evening dress) 7.30pm
September 22: 7.30pm
September 29: 7.30pm
Tickets available from Salon 32, 32 High Street Metheringham. Contact details
Boston Veteran Cycle Club. A display at the Cottage Museum Courtyard Cafe, 12.30 to 4pm. and a ride around Woodhall Spa.
Music for Woodhall. This month’s guest organist will be Andrew Varley.
To date Andrew has made over 22 recordings on Yamaha, Technics and Wersi instruments and several tracks have been broadcast by BBC Radios Lancashire, Guernsey, Devon and The Organist Entertains on Radio 2 and Alan Ashtons Internet programme on the MSS Studios Web site. His Current Instruments include the Wersi Abacus Duo Pro, Yamaha Tyros 4 which he uses for Sequence and Ballroom Dances. Andrew’s latest Keyboard is the Tyros 5, TRX organ system incorporating a lower keyboard and pedalboard which he plays for concerts.
As usual the concert will be at St.Peter’s Hall at at 7.30: Contact Philip Groves, Music for Woodhall, 01526 353225