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Street, Glastonbury & ALL villages in BA6 & BA16 FEB 2018 Issue No. 49

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Welcome to LocalReach! It’s an unusual February this year. For the first time since 1999, and the last time until 2037, there is no full moon during the month. Instead there are Blue Moons (a second full moon) in January and March. A special month or not– with the typical cold February weather, the temptation could be to ‘hole up’ and stay indoors. Hopefully this issue of Local Reach will tempt you to step outside…... There is so much going on in the area to get you out and about this month. Whether it’s attending a music event, visiting a local market, getting involved with a community venture or just wrapping up warm and heading for the hills – or Levels! The list just goes on. If there’s something you would like included - an event, a group or a notfor-profit organisation – send me the details and, space permitting, I will do my best to put it into the next issue. Editorial deadline for the March issue is 1st February 2018

LocalReach Community Editor Andrea Cowan Email: andrea@localreach.co.uk

Advertising & Leaflet Delivery Jame Pike 01458 555503 Email james@localreach.co.uk

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So that’s not only ALL of Street & Glastonbury but all the villages like Walton, Sharpham, Meare, West Pennard, Butleigh & Baltonsborough etc.

Award winning company Street Theatre have been delivering quality drama to the Strode Theatre stage for over 20 years, presenting a diverse mix of productions to create a strong, loyal following at a professional theatre.

LocalReach is the ONLY weekly or monthly local publication delivered by your local postman. Our community magazine is guaranteed to be picked up off 10,000 doormats each month. Serving a population just under 26,000 residents. We give 30% of our pages to the community free of charge and in return we get all the communities; events, news & information.

Their March production is the hilarious comedy by Tim Firth, who also wrote Calendar Girls. Imagine a cross between “Lord of the Flies” and the sitcom “The Office”, with the cast doused in water and you will get an idea of what to expect!

Performance Dates 22nd - 24th March Venue

Strode Theatre, Street

Tickets £13.50 (Concessions £12.50) Online booking

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Box Office 01458 442846 (Mon – Saturday 10am -2pm)

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You can expect plenty of laughs and water, yet moments of pathos too. A theatrical experience not to be missed.

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recrimination, French, cricket and sausages. What should have been a bonding process for Gordon, Angus, Roy and Neville turns into a muddy, bloody fight for survival.

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WHAT’S ON

FREE EVENTS FOR MENDIP BUSINESSES Enterprise Mendip and the Chamber of Commerce have organised a series of FREE events for Mendip based businesses. Thursday 1st February: Better Business Branding: Logos & Beyond, 9:30am-12:30pm in Wells Monday 5th February: Preparing your business for the digital future - Your Digital Toolkit for 2018, 9:00am12:30pm in Glastonbury Thursday 8th February: 6 steps to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) workshop, 3-5pm in Shepton Mallet Friday 9th February: 5 Ways To Grow Your Business, 9.30am-12.30pm in Shepton Mallet Tuesday 20th February: Discuss Digital: IT Anything, 4-6pm in Shepton Mallet Thursday 22th February: Social Enterprise - What’s The Vision? (Better Leaders = Better Business!), 9.15am12.30pm in Glastonbury For full details and location of each course plus booking details, visit: www.mendip.gov.uk/ businesseventsandworkshops

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH MONTHLY SCHEDULE Every Sunday: 10.30am. Gospel and Worship meeting. On the 1st Sunday of the month (4 February) there is an informal breakfast sharing meeting. Fortnightly Mondays: 7pm ‘Digging Deeper’ Bible Study

Diamonds a cut above the rest Clevedon Salerooms Jewellery Specialist John Kelly, Fellow of the Gemmological Association has been appraising fine jewellery and silver for more than three decades. With the demand for diamond jewellery at an all time high, fuelled by the expansion of a class of wealthy consumers from the East, now is a very good time to have a rummage in that jewellery box or safe and perhaps consider realising the value of that unworn jewellery. While diamonds are valued on the Four C’s: Cut, Clarity, Colour and Carat, it can be argued that there exists a fifth ‘C’ that can dramatically affect value; Cartier, one of the most famous jewellery companies in the world, founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. This graduated five stone baguette cut diamond ring bears the highly regarded name Cartier and was sold at Clevedon Salerooms for £5,000, comfortably more than double what you would expect for a similar ring without that all-important ‘fifth C.’ If you would like John to have a no-obligation look through the contents of your jewellery box to reveal what treasures may be hidden within, why not come and meet him on Friday 16th February at the Salerooms between 10am – 4pm at the Specialist Jewellery, Silver and Watch Free Valuation Day. No appointment is necessary and there is ample free parking.

Every Tuesday: 10.30am weekly prayer meeting Every Friday: We are open on Fridays for refreshments (free) a listening ear and prayer should you want it, 11.00am to 2pm. Grace Community Church (Pentecostal), Landmark House, Wirral Park Road, Glastonbury BA6 9FR. Tel: 01458 837846 or visit www.throughGrace.org

Tai Chi is an easy exercise available to all Tai Chi improves balance, co-ordination, relaxes and enhances health and wellbeing. Just what the doctor ordered... Tai Chi helps Parkinsons MS, ME, Stroke, Heart conditions, Arthritis, High Blood Pressure and Stress We teach Shibashi 18 Movements “I didn’t believe that it would work but the effect is amazing” WT “I haven’t relaxed like this for years” TB For more information jo.webb@mbzonline.net

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A GREAT WINTER WALK

STREET LIBRARY

Wrap up warm and head for a 4.3 mile woody walk in Great Breach Wood.

There is a lot happening at Street Library this month. Here’s a taster of what is on offer:

The walk is mainly level but there are still some gentle slopes and steps to put colour in your cheeks. To start, take the path to the left of the car park (with your back facing the entrance), following the blue butterfly way-markers of the Polden Way: www.combehillwood.co.uk/polden-way

Adults’ Events Mondays 2- 4 pm and Fridays 10am - 12 noon: Computer courses for beginners and people wanting to

After about a four minute stroll you will be met with downward steps, followed by a wooden bridge, continue over a gulley and up the steps to reach the path through King’s Wood.

improve their skills. Places are FREE but please book.

After about 15 minutes of walking, following the way markers, you will pass through a kissing gate onto our Gilling Down reserve. You will be met with a stunning and stretching view of Butleigh Moor, Somerton Moor and King’s Sedge Moor, framed in the distance by the Blackdown and Mendips Hills. Take a moment to look out for Fieldfare and Redwing feeding on berries on nearby scrub.

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Turn left and follow the fence line along the top of the slope to an information board, taking a left through another kissing gate. Follow the stone path to a fingerpost marking the start of Great Breach Wood’s new Discovery Trail, where you will be guided around the circular route by finger posts. Along the way you might catch a glimpse of a Roe Deer, hear the charming chirps of Long-tailed tits, or witness a Sparrowhawk. To return home, just simply retrace your steps, following the Polden Way through Gilling Down and King’s Wood.

Monday 19th February: 1-2pm. Poetry Lunch Club with the theme ‘Romance’.

Open to the public all year round this reserve is situated about 3 miles south-east of Street, Somerset, between Compton Dundon & Butleigh, along the ridge road known as Reynald’s Way which links the B3151 and the B3153. Car parking is at Combe Hill Wood car park.

Wednesdays 11.15-11.45am: Rhyme Time

Wednesdays 2-4pm. Digital Drop-In Sessions. Do you have an IT query? Call in and our volunteer will help

Saturday 3rd February: 11am. Local author Catherine Holloway will talk about her book “Bubble: When a Rural Retreat Wasn’t Happily Ever After”. Free event but please book.

Monday 26th February: 11am-1pm. Health and Wellbeing Information drop-in event. Various people will be here providing health and wellbeing information, including an NHS nurse and someone from Mindline. Children’s Events

Saturdays 10.30- 11am: Story Time

MENDIP BUSINESS AWARDS 2018 The Mendip Business Awards are now open to entries from all businesses with premises within the district. The Awards are now in their 4th year and are set for success following the impressive standard of entries received last year. The Awards are held to recognise and celebrate some of the 4,000 independent and vibrant businesses based in Mendip. Winning an award not only offers a fantastic opportunity for extensive free marketing, but can be a real boost for the whole team, whilst offering reassurance to any potential customers that they’re using an award winning firm.

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HEALTH WALKS

STREET COUNTRY MARKET Thursday 1st, 8th, 15th, 22th February: Now that Christmas and New Year are well behind us, Street Country Market is once again getting ready to help you cope with the various special days of 2018.

A health walk is a free, regular, easily accessible walk which encourages a brisk pace and is run by a trained leader.

The first of these is of course St. Valentine’s Day and the sending of a special Valentine card is an important part of this annual occasion, but where can you get a card that is individual and different? The answer can be found at the Street Country Market where the skilled producers have been busy designing and making a wide variety of unique Valentine cards.

Monday 5th and 19th February: Meet at Vine Surgery, Hindhayes Lane, Street BA16 0ET at 10.15am for a 10.30 start. A gentle walk in and around Street on paths, pavements, tracks and quiet country roads, lasting 45-60mins.

All the usual range of local products will also be available plus the option to have a cup of Tea or Coffee in a warm friendly atmosphere. We hope you will come along and see us. Street United Reform Church every Thursday from 9am-12 noon

WHEEL OF THE YEAR FESTIVAL - FIRST STIRRING Thursday 1st February: This is the first of the eight Wheel of the Year celebrations which mark the cycle of nature. “Born from winter dreaming, life stirs and the first tender shoots emerge from the earth. As the wheel turns, we feel the promise of spring and the dawning of a new beginning.” There is FREE Admission to the Gardens from 10am until midday. We gather at the well head at 12pm for celebration and meditation until 12:30pm. You are then invited to the fire on the lower lawn for an informal Conversation Café. Refreshments will be available until 1.30 pm. Please feel free to join in all or any part of the celebration. www.chalicewell.org.uk

Tuesday 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th February: Meet at Glastonbury Surgery, Feversham Lane, Glastonbury BA6 9LP at 10am for a 10.15 start. A gentle walk in and around Glastonbury on paths, for those starting or getting back to walking. This is to help you become more mobile and improve your mobility. Friday 2nd, 16th and 23rd February: Meet at Glastonbury Health Centre, Wells Road, Glastonbury BA6 9DD at 10am for a 10.15 start. A pleasant walk in and around Glastonbury on footpaths and pavements, with some inclines. Walk lasts 1-1 ½ hours. On Friday 9 February it is a more strenuous walk including a steep incline and lots of steps up Glastonbury Tor to take in the wonderful views of the Somerset Levels. This is a much longer walk lasting up to 2 hours (unless stated otherwise) and can be muddy and slippery if wet so please wear

February is the month of Love and Romance as we celebrate St Valentine’s Day on the 14th. Valentine was a widely recognised 3rd century Roman Saint who left a letter to the jailer’s daughter on the day he was executed. Claudius 11 had banned marriage and he was thought to have arranged them in secret. Cupid is an ancient symbol associated with St Valentine’s Day a God who depicted romance, desire, love and attraction. We here at JSI are here to try to help you find your Valentine. We can’t guarantee that you will as that’s in the nature of what we do. We will help you to get out and meet people on a one to one introduction or at a more relaxed social event. We have many couples who have successfully found their ‘Valentine’ through the JIG. For more info and testimonials please see our website.

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Tuesday 6th February: Street Parish Council is spearheading an initiative to bring together all the local organisations who work with the elderly. There will be a meeting at 6pm in The Parish Rooms, Leigh Road, Street for representatives of all interested groups. If you would like your group or organisation to join this group, or if you want more details, please ring 01458 440588 in working hours. Street Parish Council hopes that bringing together all the resources for older people in the local area will ensure that everyone can become fully informed about what is available.

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HOW TO ‘THAW’ YOUR FROZEN SHOULDER 100 High Street, Street, Somerset BA16 0EW - www.eyetech-opticians.co.uk

Caring for the eyes of the community

Frozen shoulder sufferers will know how painful, frustrating and life limiting this common condition can be. Basic movements for dressing, driving, shopping, cooking and keyboard use can all be affected. In a long, slow process, first the shoulder freezes, then it is frozen, then it thaws - each stage taking around six months. The cause is not clearly identified but it’s likely that adhesive deposits build up inside the shoulder capsule until they glue or ‘freeze’ together.

Adrian Springett - Director and Optometrist

With almost 30 years looking after eyes and great relationships with the local doctors’ surgeries, Adrian Springett is your first port of call with any eye problems. He is an accredited member of the Acute Community Eyecare Service (ACES) scheme. As soon as you enter you will notice the friendly, relaxed and professional manner of the Eyetech team. •

Our comprehensive eye examination will typically last for 30 minutes.

Our state of the art 3-dimensional digital eye scanner helps us to monitor Glaucoma and macular degeneration.

Frozen shoulder can be annoyingly resistant to treatment, but clinical trials using manipulation along with Shockwave therapy – painless acoustic pulses directed at the tissues - have shown great success. Specialist Matthew Jackson now offers both treatments at his Glastonbury clinics, using finely honed skills in osteopathy and top of the range Shockwave technology. A short course of Shockwave treatment can often make a big difference. For information and advice call 01458 826152

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MID SOMERSET CAMERA CLUB

LOCAL CHURCH OFFERS FREE FINANCIAL ADVICE

If you have an interest in photography and would like to explore it further, come along to the camera club. Photographers of all levels of experience, from beginner to professional, are welcome.

Tuesday 6th, 13th and 20th February: A FREE three week course.

There is a varied programme of events, competitions, speakers, exhibitions and practical evenings. The line-up for February includes:

Whether you believe that your finances are all in order or are struggling to juggle your household budgets you can benefit from attending a FREE course at Street Baptist Church. As part of the CAP Money Course programme you’ll receive independent helpful advice on how to prepare a simple cash-based system that helps everyone to build a household budget in a matter of weeks.

Tuesday 6th: Guest Speaker, Susan Brown FRPS, will present an evening on ‘Pairs, Panels and Projects’.

Many people will have used credit cards or added to their overdraft to pay for Christmas and our message is “Don’t struggle, take practical steps to sort things out”.

Tuesday 13th: Programme General Meeting + Competitions. In the first part of this evening a Programme Committee will be elected and the programme for the next year will be discussed. In the second half of the evening, the Not Placed and Best Newcomer Competitions will be held.

A team from Street Baptist Church have been trained to run this fantastic course and during 2017 a number of people have seen their household budgets transformed as they take more control over their income and bills. It is really simple and you don’t need to be an accountant to benefit from attending this free course.

Tuesday 20th: Montage Challenge. Join a team to produce the most interesting montage with the given images.

7.30 – 9.30pm at Street Baptist Church, Glaston Road.

The Challenge will be in three rounds, each round will be voted by the membership. Tuesday 27th: Guest Speaker, Andy Beel FRPS, will present his talk “Ethiopia : the land of burnt faces”.

Email tonyjennyhall@gmail.com or contact Tony Hall on 01458 448856 or visit www.streetbaptist.co.uk for more details.

7.30pm for 7.45pm start. Pipers Inn, Bath Road, Ashcott, TA7 9QL. New members welcome. Contact the Secretary msccsecretary@gmail.com. For further information visit www.midsomersetcameraclub.org.uk

WALTON VILLAGE HALL Wednesday 7th February: Meet & Greet

FUNKY FOOTPRINTS AT SOMERSET RURAL LIFE MUSEUM

If you would love someone to chat to with a free cup of tea, you’ll find a warm welcome in Walton Village Hall Lounge from 2.00pm – 4.00pm. All ages welcome, come along for however long you would like to stay - 10 minutes, an hour or more - it is up to you. We look forward to seeing you. Further information ring 01458 445380/448835

Friday 9th February: Toddler Explorers ‘Funky Footprints’. Come along to the Somerset Rural Life Museum for a fun-filled session of play and active learning; hear a story, make animal prints and paint your own feet!

Wednesday 21th February: Knit & Natter You are invited to a Knit/Crochet and Natter Afternoon (or any other handicraft). Come along to the Walton Village Hall Lounge with your chosen craft and enjoy company and a cup of tea.

10.30-11.30am. £5 – booking required. www.SRLM. org.uk

If you would like to learn to knit or crochet there will be people able to help you get started. Any age welcome. 2.00pm – 4.OOpm. £1 including a cup of tea. We look forward to seeing you. For further information, ring: 01458 445380/448835

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LEIGH ROAD METHODIST CHURCH February services: 4th - Mrs. Janet Day; 11th - Ms. Claire Laudicina, cafe service; 18th - Rev. Michael White, Holy Communion; 25th United at the United Reformed Church. Thursdays: KNIT and KNATTER 2-4pm. Bring your knitting, embroidery or any other craft that you like to do. If you don’t want to knit, just come along for a natter and cup of tea. For more information contact Sally on 01458 441870. Saturday 16th February: coffee morning from 10am-12noon. Come along for light refreshments, drinks and stalls.

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SUPER STARLING TRAIL

PUT LOCAL VEG ON YOUR PLATE!

Saturday 10th & 17th, Sunday 11th & 18th February: Follow our super starling trail through the Avalon Marshes reserve. 10 am until 2:30 pm. Pick up the trail sheet from the Welcome Building in the car park at Ham Wall. Find the clues, discover the code word and come back to claim your prize. Last trail sold and last prize collected at 2:30 pm. £2 per trail -cash only.

Plotgate CSA (community supported agriculture) is celebrating its 2nd birthday. Plotgate CSA is a community-owned farm, growing seasonal vegetables on a nine acres site in Barton St David for its members who subscribe for a regular veg box (a harvest “share”). .

No booking required. For further information tel 01458 860494; email ham.wall@rspb.org.uk. www.rspb. org.uk/reserves-and-events

FAMILY FUN ‘CHINESE NEW YEAR’ Thursday 15th February: Family Fun ‘Chinese New Year’. Come along to the Somerset Rural Life Museum for crafts and activities for all the family, celebrating the Chinese Year of the Dog; make a paper lantern, a Chinese dragon puppet and an origami dog! 12am-1pm and 2-3.30pm. Normal admission applies. www.SRLM.org.uk

KNITWITS KNITTING GROUP Thursday 9th & 23th February: Bring your own knitting or knit items for Sierra Leone, Ghana, other parts of Africa, Romanian orphanages and a baby unit. URC Glastonbury. 2.30-4pm.

The Farm’s members get a weekly or fortnightly share of the veg, each box containing at least eight different types of vegetable. Boxes can be collected or delivered in the local area. It’s all about eating seasonally from our locality, and connecting people with the nature of food; members share the abundant summer harvests the warming root vegetables of winter and the lighter “hungry gap” of April time. Plotgate CSA isn’t just about the produce. You can volunteer on the land, learn new skills and learn about sustainable food production too. This small, local farm encourages people to get on the land and make environmental and healthy choices about the food they eat whilst supporting Somerset’s local economy. Veg collections: Mondays 3.30-6.30pm at Hundred Monkeys Cafe, High Street Glastonbury; Fridays 4-7pm from the Barton Inn, Barton St David. Veg delivery: Monday evenings 6.00-8.00pm available in the Butleigh, Street, Glastonbury, West Pennard and Baltonsborough area. Saturday delivery is available 9-10am in Keinton Mandeville, Kingweston, Somerton, Kingsdon, The Charltons and the surrounding area. For more information see www.plotgatecsa.wordpress.com

OXFAM QUIZ NIGHT Sunday 25th February: at The Britannia Inn, Wells. 7.00 for 7.30 pm start, teams of up to 6 people, £2.50 per person. As this is a popular event, please ring Terry on 01749 672342 to book your table.

GLASTONBURY CALLING Saturday 24th February: Now in its third year, Glastonbury Calling is a one day festival created and run by local people, promotion companies and venues to highlight the variety of great new music coming out of the west and showcase it at some cracking venues in venues around Glastonbury town. Last year £1,500 was raised for Glastonbury FM. Venues include: The Riflemans, The Hawthorns, The King Arthur, The Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury Football Club and The Bocabar. £15 will buy you a wristband which covers entrance to all venues. These are on sale in advance from Jaywalk Guitars, The Bocabar and online from Bristol Ticket shop.

SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOD PRODUCERS FOR THE GOOD OF EVERYONE! Somerset Local Food is the not for profit owner of Somerset Local Food Direct – the online local food delivery service, which has been delivering a full range of locally produced food from Somerset since 2002. We are launching a community share issue – a bit like Crowdfunding - to raise money to invest in securing the thriving future of this groundbreaking service. Buying locally produced quality food has many benefits. It helps the local economy – circulating money from customer to distributor to local producer; it helps health and wellbeing – supporting communities and healthy eating; and it supports the environment by reducing negative impacts like transport, packaging, and intensive production methods which deplete the local environment. If you are interested in becoming part of the movement, and putting a bit of money where your mouth is, please find out more about this exciting opportunity. Contact us at http://somersetlocalfood.co.uk.

There are over 50 acts in the line-up including: Banco De Gaia (DJ set), Talisman, Leylines, Moody Will and the Roll, Port Erin, Foreign Correspondence, View From the Beach, PG Haze, Moonwatcher, Dave Beech, Hoodoo Dub, Invisble Gem., and many more.

GLASTONBURY CHESS CLUB Every Monday: New members are always welcome

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range of age and abilities. The club meets every Monday from 7.30pm to 10.30pm at the Avalon

Saturday 24th February: This thriving market won the 2017 Taste of the West Silver Award winning Farmers’ Market. Stalls are located around the Market Cross, right in the centre of the town.

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ROUND THREE France v Italy.....Friday, February 23rd.... 8pm Ireland v Wales.... Saturday, February 24th.... 2.15pm Scotland v England....Saturday, February 24th.... 4.45pm February also marks the opportunity to review progress on those new year’s resolutions, was alcohol detox successful, how is the diet going and what about that fitness regime. If you are yet to start why not join us at our training sessions on Tuesday and Thursday nights. These sessions are suitable for the more serious league player to the newbies, returners and those seeking the more social benefits of part of a club and a team Due to the Six Nations, the club takes a bit of a break this month, the First XV and Second XV each only have one fixture. February Fixtures 1st XV Home v Weston Super-Mare II XV 2nd XV Away v Wells II XV Support at these fixtures will be very much appreciated, hope to see you at these fixtures or at the Six Nations showings.

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As well as featuring the always-eclectic film programme full of drama, humour, thrills, classics and documentaries - and which at this time of year always includes a good number of Oscar-contenders - the Theatre is broadening its live offering greatly, with new professional folk music and comedy shows with big name performers.

In 2017 Strode College took a team of nine students to volunteer at the Mathieson Music School in Kolkata, West Bengal. This was a life changing experience for the students; they worked very hard during their two weeks staying at the school in India and, as well as supporting the school, the learning and cultural exchange experience with the students in India was very valuable. They undertook special projects with the children including one-to-one

Add to that a fabulous season of original 1960s bands and stars; two beautiful concerts by the Mid Somerset Orchestra; three big musicals, with G&SMCS’s Copacabana, Strode College’s Made In Dagenham, and for the first time at Strode Theatre, Mark Youth Theatre with High School Musical; the Street Theatre with the hilarious comedy Neville’s Island and the funny and topical suffragette collection Knickerbocker Glories; a charming children’s dance version of Thoroughly Modern Millie from Topaz Dance Studios; and a real-life, live-on-stage professional ballet; you’ll feel the spring-time energy pulsing through our local theatre in spades! All the seasons of the farming year will no doubt be covered in an Audience with Adam Henson, the charming rare-breeds farmer of BBC’s Countryfile, who will bring his stories, insights and opinions to the Strode stage. As always, the new season is rounded off by a stunning selection of Live on Screen events from the Royal Opera House, Metropolitan Opera and Bolshoi Ballet, plus great London theatre productions like Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan and Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. And new to Strode Theatre will be events from Bristol Old Vic and the Berlin Philharmonic for a broader classical music offering. You can request the new brochure from the Strode Theatre box office (01458 442846) or check out the whole season online at www.strodetheatre.org.uk.

English and Maths sessions. This was an opportunity for the Strode students to make a difference. The children at the Mathieson Music School are the poorest of the poor and first generation learners, and English is the language of interviews for decent jobs in India. Therefore, the one-to-one reading with the students helped them to improve their confidence in English. The students raised funds for the trip through a series of six concerts in the two years leading up to the event. This included a wonderful evening with Anup Biswas (international Concert Cellist) and the renowned Jerry Noble at the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury. Many people in the community were very generous with their support of the project. Strode College is excited to be a small partner on this journey to keep developing the school and its future, with possibilities of staff exchanges and another trip in 2019 on the horizon. Watch this space…..

STRODE COLLEGE STUDENT IS SHAKESPEAREAN LEADING ROLE The first ever Wells Theatre Festival has found its Romeo and Juliet. Two local young budding actors have been successful in their bid to play Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers in Wells Theatre Festival’s community production of Romeo and Juliet this July. Beth Millward (16) from Shepton Mallet is at Strode College. Julian Laws (15) from Blagdon is a student at Churchill Academy. Meanwhile directors Rosalind Johnson and Louise Merrifield are still looking men, women and children of all ages for the ensemble cast. Rosalind, Founder and Artistic Director of the Festival, said: “We are really keen to cast this production entirely from people in the local community.” If you would like to be a member of the ensemble cast please contact ros@wellstheatrefestival.org For further information contact Alex Holdaway on 07884 311035 or alex@wellstheatrefestival.org rnet.com, or phone 01458 273085. 22

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HEADS UP FUND RAISER Saturday 3rd February: A fabulous fund-raising night of live music and comedy in aid of mental health charity Heads Up and The Friends of Strode Theatre. The compere is comedian Stewart Masters, who excels in a mixture of gags, audience interaction (front two rows: beware!) and amusing life observations. Fabulous 60s tunes, originals and covers, are provided by Tracks (local covers band), Old Dogz New Trix (local group with a wide repertoire from 60s rock and pop - they have supported The Rolling Stones, The Tremeloes and The Searchers) and, concluding the show, The Salvos, the best and most popular 1960s group to come out of Somerset (as Eddy Dark and the Salvos), whose Nik Ponsillo, Mike Argent and John Lacey will reunite especially for this evening. Tickets are just £10 and available from www.strodetheatre.org.uk or telephone box office: 01458 442846

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