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a cracking, pacey one act comedy. The show runs from Wednesday 14th to Saturday 17th May at Ewhurst Village Hall. Ewhurst Players spring production sees the group return to their popular supper evening format consisting of three short one act plays interspersed with timely interludes for the consumption of food and drink. Nibbles, a cold main course and a dessert will be provided. The evening starts at 7.30pm - please bring your own drink and glasses and inform them in advance of any special dietary requirements. Tickets are £12 and can be booked by calling 01483 277354. Have a look at www. ewhurstplayers.com or find them on Facebook for more information on this and other future events and productions. We have written quite a lot about a remarkable local resident, Dan Eley. Recently, he had one of his talks filmed and edited. He is hoping to deliver more talks as a motivational speaker in companies, schools and organisations in order to raise money for his charity The Dan Eley Foundation. You

can see the talk on a YouTube clip; it has been skimmed down to 13 minutes to make it more ‘digestible’ at http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=NxZFwW2asc8. If you know of anyone who may be interested in hiring a motivational speaker (including the company/organisation you work for) and think that this could be the kind of story they are looking for, do feel free to send it on. The Witley and Milford Patient Participaton Group invite you to their first Health Awareness Fair on Saturday 17th May, from 10am12noon at Milford Village Hall, Portsmouth Road, GU8 5DS where you can meet representatives of a range of organisations who provide information and support for people with health issues and their carers. They had originally intended to run it in January but the venue had to close to deal with the results of the torrential rain. All is well now though so they hope to see you there. Canal cruises will no longer be the only way to gain an insight into the

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history of the Wey & Arun Canal with the launch of this year’s guided walk programme. From April this year, the Wey & Arun Canal Trust (WACT) have been offering guided tours each month from the Canal Centre in Loxwood, West Sussex, to give visitors a chance to find out more about the history of the canal, the restoration work on the waterway and more about the history of Loxwood village itself. Walk 1 (2.5 miles) will take place on 29th May, 24th July & 25th September. Walk 2 (4.5 miles) will be take place on 19th June & 28th August. The meeting time for each is 9.30am at the Canal Centre, with the walk starting at 9.45am. Bookings for the walks (£5 per person) may be made by contacting Loxwood Canal Centre Tel: 01403 753999, email: canalcentre@weyandarun.co.uk. For more details of the walks please see www.weyandarun.co.uk/walks. php. There is a folk music session every Monday at the Star in Church Street Godalming at 9pm and at

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