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There won't be any keynote speakers, or panel discussion - this is a chance for members of the community to get together and talk face to face. Please join us for the launch of a new legal handbook for same sex families, and for professionals working with children and same sex families. Sunday 29th April 2012, 7 pm Nelson's Wine Bar, Crown Street, Hebden Bridge. start Meeting at the kiosk in the upper Midgehole National Trust car park, Hardcastle Crags.There will be sample copies to look at and the opportunity to chat with the authors, or just to celebrate the publication of his new book with us at a friendly social events. Brings drinks and snacks although some fairtrade refreshments will be provided.
It will be a moderate walk, about 2 hours, between 3 and 4 miles looking at the industrial history of the valley including old mill sites, associated oral history and some natural history. Losing the Plot The Micron Theatre Company present a play about love, live and allotments. The ofsted registered school includes a class 1 (ages 5-8), two kindergartens and a parent and child facility.
The music will range from traditional black American/South African spirituals to more modern gospel/soul/pop music and fusions originally sung by artists such as Paul Simon and Jackie Wilson. For further details please email or phone Margaret 885068 Rhythms of the World 12 week Hand drumming course with Paul Dear of Rhythmbridge from April 23rd at Salem Community Centre.
In between the music will be linked poetry readings by Mark Hinchliffe and performance poets, Charlotte Wetton and Ben Allison. 7pm for beginners 8pm for more advanced players More details at Save Our services - Public Meeting Guest speakers Cllr Susan Press, Labour, and Charles Gate, Green Party, lead a discussion on campaigning against cuts and privatisation of services in Calderdale. Open meeting to discuss setting up a Country Market in the Upper Valley David Smith the Country Markets Regional Adviser will be in Hebden Bridge to talk about Country Markets and what would need to done to set one up in the local area.
Critically acclaimed on release, sharing the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1946, it is still ranked highly by critics and audiences alike, coming 2nd in the British Film Institute's poll of the greatest British films, and serves as one of Noël Coward's greatest works (the film was written and produced by the great playwright).
The story tells of suburban housewife Laura Jesson (Johnson), who meets doctor Alec Harvey (Howard) in the refreshment room of a railway station.
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Feel free to browse, drink tea and eat some delicious homemade cake from the cafe! Southern Tenant Folk Union 2012 Tour Catch Award Winning Scottish Folk/Bluegrass Band Southern Tenant Folk Union Live on Tour at The Trades Club Sunday 15th April, Doors 7.30pm Tickets £13. Especially for Easter we will be holding a Children's Treasure Hunt.
Although Laura is married, the couple start to fall for each other and continue to meet at the station cafe, knowing all the time that their love is impossible.
BRIEF ENCOUNTER (PG) - Thurs 17th May - For one night only Dir. If the weather is poor, buses available at half way for return journey with 3 local pubs nearby for food and sustenance.
More information on Country Markets Brown's site - Community Meeting Community Discussion on Wednesday 25th April, 6.30-10pm (prompt start) at Holme Street Arts Centre (below the Trades Club) to discuss how we want the Brown's site in Mytholm to be used, and what we're going to do to make that happen.
Whoever comes to the meeting will set the agenda in a tried-and-tested process where participants get to have the discussions they are most passionate about.
Everyone is welcome - please join us and support your Fairtrade Town!