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Coleshill Drama Group – Summer Theatre

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‘Thank You For Protesting’ by Paul Adam Levy. A quick fire , satirical play on the subject of a citizen’s right to protest when the government takes it upon themselves to replace ‘things’ with other ‘things’, when no one wanted the ‘things’ changed in the first place!   ‘Black Lace’ ...

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Coleshill and District U3A

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“It was arsenic that did for the poor woman, m’lud. That’s plain for all to see.” On 20th June, Alan Cutler gave us a very different type of presentation. He played the roles of judge, prosecution and defence in the murder trial of an English solicitor, Major Herbert Rowse Armstrong ...

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Stop HS2 response to HS2 Phase 2a Bill in Queens Speech

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Stop HS2 campaign manager Joe Rukin said: “Beyond all logic, HS2 has made it into the Queens Speech. Despite repeated claims that there is no ‘magic money tree’, as far as HS2 is concerned, there clearly is one, but we only have to hope it does not currently stand in ...

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Another tribute to tireless charity worker Margaret.

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FELLOW worshippers have added to the legacy of a woman who dedicated much of her life to helping others. Singers from Bedworth, Collycroft and Ryton Methodist Churches staged a musical tribute in memory of Margaret Aston to raise money for a charity she served so well. They joined forces to ...

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Local Bank goes green for Mary Ann Evans Hospice

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At the end of May, TSB Bedworth & their area team spent a very wet afternoon in the Mary Ann Evans Hospice Gardens, developing their relationship with their selected ‘Charity of the Year’. The team of 15 braved a miserable downpour with smiles, determination and some impressive gardening gear to ...

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GREAT THINGS HAPPEN AT CURDWORTH WI

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In June at our Summer Handicraft and Produce Show members showcased their talents in classes, such as cookery, flower arranging, sewing, knitting, photography and beadwork, to name just a few.  The judges deemed the standard excellent. First in the Produce section was Janet Matthews, second Eileen Edwards and third Barbara ...

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