Provided by A Touch of Class was well received by an excellent audience at Sturton Village Hall. The two one-act plays were both very amusing and entertaining. Other contributions included Dawn Howe singing Don’t cry for me Argentina from Evita and I don’t know how to love him from Jesus Christ Superstar, and an expressive most amusing and lengthy monologue by Monica Marsh.
The programme concluded with a colourful Spanish dance routine and song. A Touch of Class, a group of ladies never fail to impress and delight audiences with their productions.
Was celebrated at Sturton Methodist Church when the theme was Walking with Jesus. Led by Karen Elvidge the story of The Emmaus Road was read by David Justham. Participation by the congregation caused some amusement and the songs included Hallelujah with actions and As we are gathered accompanied by Christine Bowler at the piano and James Elvidge on guitar. Refreshments and a time of fellowship was shared afterwards.
Will be held in Sturton Village Hall on Saturday 3rd May between 10am-12noon. Come and browse among the varied stalls including books, jewellery, bric-a-brac, home produce, greetings cards and bird and pet foods. Refreshments will be available and opportunities to meet up with friends.
Will hold their Annual General Meeting in The Old Schoolroom on Wednesday 7th May at 7.30pm. Alan Brown from Lincolnshire Highways will also be in attendance. All local residents are welcome to attend and make comment and/or air their views on parish matters.
The next Bingo Session will be in Sturton Village Hall on Tuesday 13th May at 2pm.
Join the 785 people now regis-tered with Bassetlaw Share-a-Ride, with over 250,000 shared journeys a year. The scheme enables people to car-share to and from work or for pleasure journeys. All you have to do is register your details by e-mailing: email@example.com. Or call Bassetlaw Action Centre to request further information. ou will then be sent a registration form for the scheme. On this form will be a number of questions relating to your preferences and the journeys you make. You do not have to own your own vehicle; however, you should make a note of this on your registration form. Upon receipt of a completed application form, your details will be entered onto the Share-a-Ride database. You will then be contacted with any possible matches. There is no charge for individual members - it is free to register and you may be taken off the database at any time you wish. For further information, contact Jayne Bullock, Bassetlaw Action Centre, on 01777 709650.
The Misterton Centre is in
partnership with BAC so call in there for further details and register.