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Cinema club and Flea Market…..

Gargrave Cinema club will be showing the Oscar winning film `Belfast` in the Village Hall on Friday evening 27th May. The film is written and directed by Kenneth Branagh and is set in 1969 against the backdrop of worsening troubles in Ireland. The film focuses on three generations of one family and the different pressures they face. It stars Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds and Colin Morgan with music by Van Morrison. The customary Cafe style seating will be in place, so please bring your own refreshments. The Village Hall doors open at 7.p.m with the film starting at 7.30.p.m. Tickets are £5.00 on the door.

Broadway Fairs will be at the Hall on Sunday for their Flea Market and Craft Fair. The hall and siderooms will be full of stalls selling Vintage, Collectables, Bric a Brac, Books, Jigsaws, Jewellery and Crafts. Light refreshments will be available until 3.p.m. The event commences at 10.a.m until 3.30.p.m. Further details from Sheila on 01757 ( Selby code ) 229805.

Don`t forget the Jubilee celebrations which begin at the Village Hall on Friday 3rd June with a right Royal Coffee morning. There will be lots of homemade cakes on the menu and prizes to be won in the raffle, all related to something royal. There will be a stall selling royal memorabilia and books from the past seventy years and all proceeds from this will go to Manorlands. There will be some favourite tunes playing in the background, which could involve a special surprise, please come along and hear what this may be. The event will be both indoors and outdoors weather permitting.

A Book Fair will be held on Saturday 4th June. There will be thousands of books for sale, ranging from general paperbacks to rare and antiquarian editions. Admission is 50p or by donation. Light refreshments available until 3.p.m.

A very limited amount of tickets are left for the Afternoon tea with live music on Sunday 5th June. The event features popular local vocalist Andy Wiseman who will be singing a range of songs from the past seventy years. We are sorry but there cannot be any admission without first reserving a ticket which cost £10.00 per person and include homemade afternoon tea. 01756 749235. 07989585564

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