Dance your way to Keeping Fit – every Thursday Coronation Hall
DANCE YOUR WAY TO FEELING FIT
AT THE CORONATION HALL, SLINDON
Every Thursday 7.30pm – 8.30pm during term time
This is an alternative to a regular Aerobics or Zumba class. The class is informal and friendly and you will be encouraged to work at your own pace. Over time the classes will improve your co-ordination and movements and sequences will become familiar.
All abilities and ages welcome
Drop-in class £6 per session
If you would like further information please do not hesitate to contact
A traditional village fete held in the beautiful grounds of Slindon College. Easy free parking in the grounds, off Top Road Slindon BN18 0RH. Entry £1 (children under 16 free).
Chichester City Band Classic car display Model Spitfire Fun Dog Show Rare Farm Animals Traditional stalls Archery & Games Face painting Entertainment from Dizzy O’Dare – ‘DoDo Rider’ Home-made produce and Refreshments
Saturday 8th June at 7.30, Coronation Hall “Poisoned Beds”
Live professional theatre and music at Coronation Hall, featuring Slindon actor, Paula Tinker.
This new play by Lucy Flannery and Greg Mosse is based on the true-life story of of the fatal poisoning of the Emsworth Oyster Beds in 1902.
It tells the story of Elizabeth Wells, the impressive daughter of generations of town oyster fishers and charts the story of the deadly crisis in the Emsworth oyster industry and her own struggle to free herself from a poisoned marriage that leaves her betrayed, destitute and childless.
A stirring performance by Slindon actor, Paula Tinker, and including live music.
Tickets are £12 – to book please call 01243 814207 (unreserved seats).
Slindon Artists @ St Mary’s (22 & 23 June)
Slindon has many established and emerging artists and makers. This summer St Mary’s is staging a two-day exhibition of their work; exhibits will include textiles, photography, painting, sculpture, jewellery and more. Our two schools, Slindon Primary and Slindon College, will also be there.
Join us to see and celebrate their work on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June 10am to 4pm. Teas & home-made cakes!