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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.

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