Pantomaniacs Cheque Presentation
Mike Judge, on behalf of Dunchurch Pantomaniacs, presenting a Cheque for £350 to a delighted Fay Mc Sorley, Rugby Autism Network.
"A very generous gift which we will put to very good use" said Fay, "And many thanks to the Pantomaniacs and all their supporters."
Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th September
On Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th September the Dunchurch Festival Group will be staging variety shows at the Village Hall.
In a year of significant national anniversaries and some sad losses in the world of entertainment, the shows promises a number of these topical references and, it is rumoured, an appearance of THE BOSS herself!.
It is also rumoured the the long and eagerly awaited return of THE HAPPY TAPPERS will at last be achieved!!
Proceeds will go to one of Her Majesties children’s charities, in this year of her special birthday, and village good causes.
There will be sketches remembering Ronnie Corbett and Victoria Wood, plus a Python tribute and performances by our own Dunchurch Voices and (Saturday only) The Dunchurch Band.
There are also plans to include a short excerpt from next years Pantomime, “The Princess and The Pea”, written by Sue Protheroe and lots of music, magic and comedy – something for everyone!
The Saturday show will commence with complimentary sparkling wine and a Trio of Puddings and a liqueur in the interval and on both evenings there will be a licensed bar and one of our famous fund-raising raffles!!
Tickets will be available from Wanda’s Ladies Fashions in The Square (01788522021) from late August.
Prices :- Friday £6 Adults, £3 Under 16’s, Saturday £12
Dunchurch’s Annual Progressive Supper is a very sociable event and more about meeting new people in the village, catching up with old friends and having a good time, rather than the food.
Saturday October 8th 2016…….
This year’s Progressive Supper will follow the same format as previous years, but without the England match this time.
All you will need to do is provide one course (starter, main or dessert) with wine, for either 6 or 8 adults (including yourselves). The idea is that the food should be quick, simple and prepared in advance, as everyone involved moves to a different location for each course. It is NOT a cooking competition! Feel free to make your own course if you are happy to do so but the supermarkets also have a great range! For first timers, you can choose which course you would like to prepare.
The format for the evening.........
We all meet together at the beginning of the evening at someone’s house, for drinks and nibbles.
The middle part is the adventure.....you will be told where you are going for each course as the evening progresses (you will only know the venue for your own course). At each house you will have your meal with different people. Again, you won’t know who until you get there!
The only requirement is that you live in Dunchurch, so that you can walk/cycle to each house. The cost is £10 per couple.
You will be told which course you are doing beforehand and where you will start the evening.
If you would like to be involved, please complete the form .
If you would like further information, please give Fiona a ring on 813348.
If you want to be involved in this event or are just not sure what a progressive supper is, you can get additional details of the evening here.
Pantomaniacs Cheque Presentation
Mike O'Neill (on behalf of The Gateway Club) is pictured receiving a Cheque for £350 from Mike Judge (on behalf of the Pantomaniacs).
The Gateway Club have been regular audience members ever since the Pantomaniacs first started performing in the WI Hall!
They have always been a very enthusiastic audience and first to join in all the "He's behind you!" sequences and the silly songs.
The Club were very grateful for the support of the Pantomaniacs and we love their wholehearted enjoyment of our show!
Look out for more details of the Pantomaniacs next production in January, 2017, "The Princess and the Pea" written by our very own Sue Protheroe!,-------- "Oh yes it is !"
Thank You - Dunchurch Fete 2016
The Dunchurch Fete went spectacularly well this year and fortunately the sun shone for us once again.
So thank you to everyone who came, dressed up, attended with stalls, worked hard and donated to the good causes in and around Dunchurch.
Some photos of the day are trickling in and you can see them at our Gallery.
Keep coming back as new photos are added as they arrive here.
The winner of this year's Grand Raffle 1st Prize was Grant Smith seen here accepting his prize from the Dunchurch Festival Group Chairman, Rob Colings.
Particular thanks go to all those who worked so tirelessly on the Dunchurch Festival Group to make the fete happen.
A BIG Thank-you too to the generous businesses of Dunchurch who donated to the prizes of the Dunchurch Grand Raffle.
- The Dun Cow
- Omar's Flavours Of India
- Wanda Fashions
- Dunchurch Square News
- Carter & King Estate Agents
- Dunchurch Premier Petrol Station
- Truly Scrumptious Nails
- Rimo Growers & Plant Nursery
- Dunchurch Barber Shop
- The Huntsman Carvery
- Village Green Hotel
- Patrick Ryan Salon
- Crystal Authentic Chinese Takeaway
- Dunchurch Post Office
- Anne-Marie's Florist
- Dunchurch Fish Bar
- The Green Man
- Dunchurch Art Gallery
- Mops Hair Studio
- Soft Furnishings by Mickie
A tip of the hat goes to RaeGirlYeah for her video of the procession as it passed down Rugby Road!