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Village Screen Film Club – Paddington 2

Paddington 2 – This film needs no introduction really. It scores 100% on one film review website and is loved by the immature and the mature alike. It features the voices of Hughs Grant and Bonneville with Ben Whishaw as that bear.

The films (all less than two hours long) start at 8pm and doors open at 7pm for the pre-show meal and bar – with
ice cream and popcorn in the interval.

Tickets are a suggested donation of £5 for the film or £13 to include the meal.  You can book with Bridget
Harris on 01732 700986 or bcharris@btinternet.com or buy tickets at the door.  However please pre-book your meal by the Wednesday before the show if you would like to eat.

 

Village Screen Film Club – The Post

The Post – Second only to the Watergate scandal was the discovery of the Pentagon papers. Set in 1971, The Post depicts the true story of attempts by journalists at The Washington Post to publish classified documents regarding the 30-year involvement of the United States government in the Vietnam War.  Starring Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.

The films (all less than two hours long) start at 8pm and doors open at 7pm for the pre-show meal and bar – with
ice cream and popcorn in the interval.

Tickets are a suggested donation of £5 for the film or £13 to include the meal.  You can book with Bridget
Harris on 01732 700986 or bcharris@btinternet.com or buy tickets at the door.  However please pre-book your meal by the Wednesday before the show if you would like to eat.

Village Screen Film Club – Breathe

Breathe – Starring Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield this uplifting film is based on the true story of  a newly married couple and their struggles to overcome adversity after he contracts polio.

The films (all less than two hours long) start at 8pm and doors open at 7pm for the pre-show meal and bar – with
ice cream and popcorn in the interval.

Tickets are a suggested donation of £5 for the film or £13 to include the meal.  You can book with Bridget
Harris on 01732 700986 or bcharris@btinternet.com or buy tickets at the door.  However please pre-book your meal by the Wednesday before the show if you would like to eat.

HRA Carol Singing

This event is being held, as always, in conjunction with St Peter’s Church, the Parish Council and The Henry which has mulled wine and mince pies to help you warm up those singing voices.  Edenbridge Town Band will be accompanying us and helping us get into the festive spirit.

Christingle Service St Paul’s Four Elms

\Make Christingle at the Parish Rooms Four Elms

St Paul’s Four Elms Carols

Hever Christmas Fair

 

Hever Castle is proud to host the Hever Christmas Fair for which all proceeds go to Hever Primary School and St. Peter’s Church, Hever.

Open for just one day, at the fair you will find gifts, gadgets, textiles and decorations.

– Entry to Fair £3.00
– Refreshments
– Free parking at Lake View
– Castle entry £2.75
– Free entry to the grounds

Parish Council Meeting

Village Screen Film Club – Best in Show

Best In Show – A very well received 2001 comedy directed by Christopher Guest:
The tension is palpable, the excitement is mounting and the heady scent of competition is in the air as hundreds of eager contestants from across America prepare to take part in what is undoubtedly one of the greatest events of their lives — the Mayflower Dog Show. The canine contestants and their owners are as wondrously diverse as the great country that bred them.

The films (all less than two hours long) start at 8pm and doors open at 7pm for the pre-show meal and bar – with
ice cream and popcorn in the interval.

Tickets are a suggested donation of £5 for the film or £13 to include the meal.  You can book with Bridget
Harris on 01732 700986 or bcharris@btinternet.com or buy tickets at the door.  However please pre-book your meal by the Wednesday before the show if you would like to eat.

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