News from Sharow Village Hall:

The Macmillan coffee morning held on the 29th September proved to be a huge success. Thank-you to all who attended, gave and helped. A total of £424 was raised, and a good proportion of that was gift aided. Well done to all involved.

Thank-you to those who answered our plea for bone china and generously gave items to the Village Hall. You may well see your cups, saucers and plates at the Christmas tea!

Dates for your diary:

The ‘Young at Heart’ club is an afternoon club run every 3rd Wednesday in the month 2 – 4 pm and an evening club run every 1st Monday in the month 7 – 9 pm. All young at heart adults welcome. £2 subscription, light refreshments included.

Forth-coming times are:

Monday 3rd December at 7pm and Wednesday 19th December at 2pm.


On Saturday 10th November we are providing a 2 course ‘Armistice’ lunch in the Village Hall at 12:30pm. Entry by ticket (available from any committee member) priced at £8. A donation will be made to the British Legion. Lunch will be beef casserole with potatoes and vegetables followed by a choice of bread and butter pudding or apple crumble. Tickets to be purchased no later than Monday the 5th November, please.

On Saturday 15th December we are holding a Christmas afternoon tea. Father Christmas will be in his grotto for the younger members who attend. This time the afternoon tea will also be entry by ticket (to help with catering) and priced at £5 per person. Tickets will be available shortly, but see any committee member to get your names down on the list.

On Saturday 26th January there will be a coffee morning between 10am – 12noon with a bric-a-brac stall. (Any items for the stall can be given to a committee member).

On the evening of Saturday 9th February Margaret Bushell and her team are taking us on a ‘Journey on the Orient Express‘. At each of the five ‘stops’ along the way you will be entertained and partake of one of the five courses that comprise your evening meal. Tickets, which will be available shortly, will be £14 per person. However, remembering how popular the Murder Mystery was and how quickly it sold out, it is advisable to see a member of the committee asap and get your name down on a list, to avoid disappointment, as numbers are limited.

As always our thanks go out to all who continue to support and help us.

Any bookings to be made via the booking secretary:

Edna Colley on 01765 603250

Any suggestions or queries please speak to the chairman:

Steve Roberts on 01765 608978