Next Wednesday,13th March,we have our very own Brigsteer resident talking to us about the Coniston Hydro Electric Power Scheme, which I'm sure will be of interest to many of you.
Our meeting starts at 7.30 with open house from 8pm followed by refreshments, and donations towards the cost will be very welcome
Don’t be beguiled by that harmless looking exterior – those twinkly eyes, the gap toothed smile, and the quaint old ways – you should never mess with a little old woman.
Jan Blake gets right down to the business of what happens when we misjudge our elders. Meet the old women who aren’t so much aged, as ageless, and with the superpowers to match. Be so foolish as to underestimate them and you’ll get everything you deserve. Expect a dose of powerful geriatric magic, transformation and a good serving of comeuppance!
Next meeting on Wednesday, 13 February in the Village Hall, Brigsteer at 7:30pm.
Susan Millard, author of many books on horses and ponies, will reveal the History of Cumbria's Fell Ponies.
Visitors are most welcome to join us.
Stealing Thunder Storytellers return to the Village Hall, Brigsteer
on Thursday, 14 February at 7:30pm.
Nick Hennessey will perform 'The Ruined House of Skin'.
All welcome, tickets on the door (£8).
We have arranged a training evening to learn about and update our skills in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of the defibrillator. Lauren Watson from North West Ambulance will lead the evening which will consist of a talk followed by 'hands on' training in the technique of CPR using resuscitation dummies.
The evening has been arranged primarily for the Village Emergency Telephone Service volunteers but is open to anyone who would like to attend as it is a skill that anyone of us could be called upon to use at any time.
The training is on Thursday evening 31st January at 8.00pm at the village hall
To give us some idea of numbers, could you please let us know by the end of next week if you would like to come. Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
If we are over subscribed places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
Don't forget the Lyth Valley photographs will be on display in the village hall from 12.00 midday to 6.00pm.
Judging will take place at 5.00pm. Brigsteer WI will be running a 'tea shop' throughout the afternoon.
Hunter Muskett - the Last Shot
(Please note the date is now correct!)
This popular band returns to Brigsteer on:
Friday 2nd November 2018
The Village Hall
£10 on the door
Please reserve you seats by contacting
KING LEAR RETOLD by Debs Newbold.
Stealing Thunder Storytellers return to the Village Hall, Brigsteer on Thursday, 8th November at 7:30pm with another impressive tale to tell.
STEALING THUNDER storytellers return to the Village Hall, Brigsteer at 7:30pm this Thursday, 11 October.
From shape-shifters to cunning seducers and sadistic mother-in-laws to sensual spirits, British Indian storyteller Peter Chand has bought together a collection of truly dark and disturbing stories from India. Discover what destructive secret lies in the Tamarind Grove…the vilest curse inflicted upon the mighty Lord Indra…and how a poor daughter-in-law’s savage hunger changes the Goddess Kali herself…A mixture of beautiful folktales and mythology aimed at adults.
BRIGSTEER WI meet this Wednesday, 10 October. This is an event open to all when Andy Lowe will present a talk on Lakeland Architecture Through the Ages. The WI look forward to welcoming you at 8pm in the Village Hall, Brigsteer
Before our Stealing Thunder Storynight season begins in October, our friend
Tim Dalling is bringing his brilliant show to Brigsteer!
Trickster Truths and a Tale of Two Brothers and the Dance for Joy
Tea Shop will be open next Tuedsday, May 22nd, 2.00 to 4.00 pm in the Village Hall. Do come along for tea, coffee, delicious homemade cakes and a chat.
This highly acclaimed presentation from Helen Chadwick came to Brigsteer Village Hall Wednesday 23rd May.
For more information and tickets visit helenchadwick.com
Vayu Naidu tells stories about manifestations of light and life.
Familiarly known as Goddesses, how on earth did they come about?
Travelling to spaces within and out, through myths across cultures, at times of war and cravings for peace, what comes First, the gods or us.
Vayu is one of the UK's most renowned and beloved storytellers. We're thrilled to be bringing her to Stealing Thunder. Prepare to be enchanted.
On Monday 23rd April 2018 at the Village Hall.
The Trustees will present their Annual Report for the past year together with Plans for the coming year. This will be followed by an opportunity to ask the board questions and to discuss some of the issues that arise. This is the chance for members to have a say in the running of the village hall. The agenda is attached below together with the minutes of last year's event.
Trustee Nominations - We have a three-year rolling programme of re-election for trustees. This provides an opportunity to involve new members in the governance of the hall and to welcome back those who have taken a break! Anyone who would like more information on what is involved should speak to one of the board members.
Any Other Business. This meeting provides members with a chance to raise issues - we do ask for prior notification of these so that we can prepare a meaningful answer! The e-mail address to use is email@example.com or by letter to Richard Bryan c/o the village hall.
Membership - Our meeting is for members of the village hall; there are still some residents who are not joined-up as members - please let us know if this is the case and we will sign you up.
After the meeting there will be light refreshments.
We look forward to seeing you on 23rd April.
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