THE Churches of Southport working side-by-side have organised a charity fair with a difference. They are offering a glimpse into CS Lewis’s world of Narnia, using actors to bring the scenes to life. The event is open to all and will be held on Saturday, November 11 between 2pm to 4pm at Leyland Road Methodist Church. The fair is to help raise funds in aid of the Southport Soup Kitchen and promises bric-a-brac, cakes, crafts, toys and book stalls with entry costing £2.50 including a hot drink and children being admitted for free. There will also be a Narnia themed room, created in conjunction with the producers of The Narnia Experience. Step through the wardrobe door and meet Mr Tumnus and other characters and experience a glimpse of their world.
JANE SHEEHAN, TV’s celebrity Foot Reader, will share the secrets of your feet and toes when she reveals the techniques used to read personality traits and emotions in the feet in a special seminar in Scarisbrick. Jane is a regular on ITV’s This Morning, and has also featured on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show It Takes Two. Tickets for the seminars on November 21-22 are available from www. footreading.com
FRIENDS of Tarelton Library have organised a Christmas Wreath Making Demonstration by Graham Iddon (refreshments from 10am) a £1 donation to the Friends is suggested, there is no need to book. Tuesday, November 21 from 10.30-11.30am
WEST Lancashire World War I Anniversary Association presents an evening to remember Passchendaele on Friday, November 10 at 7.30pm. The Third Battle of Ypres, known as Passchendaele, will be a talk by Richard Houghton followed by a hotpot supper and a wartime singalong featuring The Pleasure Folk. The evening will close with an act of remembrance. Tickets are £10 from The Civic or by calling 01695 580755.