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Ilminster Scouts Christmas Post

Ilminster Scout Group are doing their annual Christmas Post. It's 25p per stamp with the last collection on Thursday 17th December at 5pm. Various post boxes can be found in the locations listed below. Please be aware that it is only for deliveries in Ilminster itself and not surronding villages. Happy posting!

Post boxes in:
Ilminster Home Hardware
Ilminster Hair & Beauty
Summervale Surgery
Meadows Surgery
Cottage Flowers
Mikes
Spar Garage.


Posted: 29/11/2018 17:11:52

Events

Upcoming Events

Event: Meat Bingo
Location: Ashill Village Hall

Details:
Ashill Charity Meat Bingo is held in Ashill Village Hall on the last Wednesday of the month. We raise money for charities and present the cheques to them on an annual basis. This year our chosen charities are: SURE, The Children’s Hospice South West, Somerset & Dorset Air Ambulance and St Margaret's Hospice. Our sessions are informal and friendly with good prizes. There is plenty of free car parking. Doors open at 6.30 pm; Eyes down at 7.30 pm. Thanks to everyone who has supported us to date and we look forward to seeing new players, who will be made very welcome.

Date: 12/12/2018
Time: Doors open 6.30pm with Eyes down at 7.30pm
Price: Not available



Event: Harlequin Carnival Club's Santa Sleigh
Location: Ilminster

Details:
Visiting today Adams Meadow, Hither Acre, Swanmead Drive, Greenfylde Close, Railway Cuttings, Home Farm way, Home farm Park and Holway House Park. Collecting on behalf of SURE Taunton and Harlequin Carnival Club. We will try our hardest to visit all destinations , however please be aware that they are weather dependent. Please check the Harlequin Club Facebook/Twitter pages for daily updates.

Date: 12/12/2018
Time: From 6.30pm
Price: Free with donations welcome



Event: David Copperfield
Location: Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster

Details:
David Copperfield was Dickens’s eighth novel and was first published in 1849. The novel held a special place in Dickens’s heart. In the preface to the 1867 edition, Dickens wrote, “like many fond parents, I have in my heart of hearts a favourite child. And his name is David Copperfield.” Following the adventures of its eponymous hero from birth through three decades, this stage adaptation presents a plethora of brilliant characters from the original novel: the Peggottys; 'umble Heep; eccentric Aunt Betsey and Steerforth, young David's champion. Tickets available from Harrimans or on line at https://www.thewarehousetheatre.org.uk.

Date: 13/12/2018
Time: 6.45pm for 7.30pm
Price: £10 with student/child £5


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