Hatherleigh Cattle Market
Farmers Carol Service to take place on Friday 13 December, at 7.30pm, with Carols led by Hatherleigh Silver Band.
Speaker: Simon Walsh – originally from Northern Ireland, Simon lived in Devon for four years and now lives in Derbyshire, where he works among farmers helping with shearing, lambing and general farm labour. He also works at Bakewell Livestock Market, and keeps about sixty sheep of his own.
Special singing by Bodmin Community Church Praise Group.
Soup & Rolls, Tea and Mince Pies, served (Soup and Rolls from 7pm, Tea and Mince Pies afterwards).
Free Admission. Everyone Welcome.
For further details contact Ian and Hazel Gilkinson (Faith Mission) 01566 783512 or 07538 363210
Donations after expenses will be given to Faith Mission and Farming Community Network
ANTS Actors of North Tawton Society
is to proudly present the Pantomime
written by Toby Bradford and Tina Webster and directed by Twiggy Lake.
Tuesday 18 February to Saturday 22 February 2014.
Wonderful Family Entertainment
North Tawton Town Hall
Doors open at 7.00pm
Performance starts at 7.30pm
Tickets available from North Tawton Post Office.
Adults £6.50 – Children £4.00
In association with NODA Ltd
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