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ety.org or con­tact the chair­man on 01622 851075. Home made: Make time for a warm­ing bowl of He­len’s hearty home-made soup with crusty bread and meet up with friends at St John the Bap­tist church, Mar­ley Road on Satur­day, Novem­ber 11 noon-2pm. The pop­u­lar soup Satur­days are or­gan­ised by the Friends of St John for fundrais­ing projects to en­hance, main­tain and im­prove the church. Sing along: Join in with the karaoke evening pre­sented at the Roe­buck in West Street ev­ery Sun­day at 8pm. De­tails on 01622 858388 Bowl­ing time: If you would like to join the short mat bowls club, then go to the Am­brose Hall, Church Road, on Mon­days from 2pm4.30pm or Thurs­days 7pm-10pm and find out more. Greet­ings: Sup­port the Friends of St John the Bap­tist by pur­chas­ing your Christ­mas cards which de­pict Fa­ther Christ­mas at the church dur­ing the Christ­mas Tree Fes­ti­val. The pho­to­graph was taken by Jose Per­afan. Packs of five cards cost £3 and all prof­its go to­wards the up­keep of the church. De­tails from Pat King 01622 851843. Film time: The film club present two films on Fri­day, Novem­ber 17, the first or­gan­ised by the Fish Scheme, is the Viceroy’s House, which tells the story of the Mount­bat­ten fam­ily dur­ing the 1947 end of Bri­tish rule in In­dia at 2pm for 2.15pm start. The se­cond film, or­gan­ised by Vil­lage Hall Trust, is A Royal Night Out, which is a Bri­tish com­edy drama based on the VE Day cel­e­bra­tions at­tended by Princess Elizabeth and Mar­garet. Both films are shown at the vil­lage hall, Church Road and en­trance costs £3 per per­son. Rain­bows meet: The youngest mem­bers of the Girl-guid­ing fam­ily, the Rain­bows, meet at the Booth hall, Church Road on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 16 from 4.30pm-5.30pm. Girls aged five to seven will meet to ‘Look, Learn, Laugh, Love’ and gen­er­ally have fun with their friends. To reg­is­ter con­tact Kate, email beaukate@bt­in­ter­net.com Race night: Try your luck at choos­ing a win­ner at the race night be­ing or­gan­ised by the Vil­lage Hall Trust. Join fel­low race go­ers to en­joy eight races on the night of Satur­day, Novem­ber 25, doors open 7.30pm for first race at 8pm in the hall. Cash bar, take your own food (some nib­bles pro­vided) Ad­mis­sion £2 per Chil­dren’s film: The film club present the film Rock Dog (PG), a to­tally paw­some ad­ven­ture about Bodi, a dog who pur­sues his dream of be­com­ing a rock star. Meet at the vil­lage hall on Fri­day, Novem­ber 17 at 5.30pm, en­trance fee £3. Poppy time: If you would like to sup­port the an­nual Poppy Ap­peal or­gan­ised by the Royal Bri­tish Le­gion, go along to the vil­lage hall Correspondent: Tim Mumford Mob: 07736592918 Sut­ton Va­lence Gar­den­ers: The venue for the AGM of The Sut­ton

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