Village News: Stickford

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REMEMBRANCE- On Remembrance Sunday (November 10) at 10.45am a short service will be held at Stickford War Memorial to remember the people from this area who gave their lives in the two World Wars.

This will be followed by a Holy Communion service in church.

Everyone is welcome to this service.

SHOW - Cutwater Productions will be performing their latest show - “When Hymns of Praise Came to Our Village” - at Stickford Community Centre on Friday, November 22 at 7.30pm.

Boston based company Cutwater Productions, have so far produced over ten different shows in more than 20 different venues from the Humber to the Wash.

“When Hymns of Praise Came to Our Village” is a new and unique British comedy fresh from Cutwater’s own writing team of Broadhurst and Read.

“Tom Doughty is content as the vicar of his backwater rural parish, although his wife Geraldine still yearns for the more exciting life of their days in a city parish, when she could follow her own career, and didn’t have to be the vicar’s appendage,” said a spokesperson.

“When the new bishop foists the TV programme Hymns of Praise on Tom, do his traditional parish and newcomers alike unite behind him to make it a success, or does chaos reign?

“What ensues is traditional British comedy at its very best, brought to you by Cutwater Productions in Stickford Community Centre,” they added.

For tickets to the show contact Cheryl Steele on 01205 480477 or Jill Catchpole on 01205 480249.