Village Voice March 30 2012

 

Plans for the Jubilee festivities are coming on a pace.  Have a look at the Dittsham website www.dittisham.org.uk  scroll down to diamond jubilee and there you will find a draft programme which will be added to as events are arranged.  If you like to sing why not join in the pageant of words and music which will follow the Sunday lunch feast on the Ham.  There will be a few rehearsals nearer the time.  They are all popular songs that you will probably know.  If you are interested contact Jonathan Watts jonathan900watts@btinterent.com or 07977536008 or Helen Woodman on 722441 

 Our Ditsum  Players’ chairman and director/producer of  many of our superb productions has put his talents to use for an evening of discovery from Spelt Theatre from Earthdrum.  Written and performed by Mark Drummond ex National Youth Theatre.  “Spelt is theatre that appeals to the heart as compassionate and imaginative as it truly is.”

Saturday, April 21st at 7.30pm at the Flavel. Tickets £10 in advance Box Office 01803 839530 or £12 on the door.

The Perfect Plot  is a book about the Cornworthy Allotments inspired by our local photographer  Kim Sayer and it will be launched on Saturday, April 7th at the Totnes Book Shop from 11.30 to 1.00pm .It is not just a practical guide to allotment growing it is about a group of people (you will recognise many of them) united by a shared passion.   It describes their triumphs and disasters.

Easter Services

Good Friday April 6th Evensong at 6.00 pm.  The Passion will be read.

Easter Day Eucharist April 8th  at 9.15am with an Easter Egg hunt for the children afterwards.

 Sunday April 22nd there will be an Evensong at 5.30pm and this will be followed by the APCM (Annual Parochial Church Meeting) we hope as many as possible will be there.

Monday, April 23rd St George's Day there will be a Eucharist service at 11am followed by lunch at the Red Lion. Please give names to Jenny Sjoberg  on

722 358 or email her on jensjoberg@btinternet.com

 

Quite a diary.  It’s good to be back.

Sally Christensen