On the 20th January Gargrave Cinema club will welcome in the New Year with the widely acclaimed comedy, Phantom of the Open. The film tells the true story of Maurice Flitcroft, a Crane Operator and dreamer from Barrow in Furness who despite never having played a game of golf he manages to bluff his way into the 1976 British Open. Maurice is golfs equivalent to the Eddie the Eagle of the ski-ing world! The film stars Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins.
The customary Cafe style seating will be in place so please bring along 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 with accompanied under sixteens free. All proceeds from the film nights go towards the running costs of the Community Library which is based in the Village Hall Foyer.
There will be a Coffee morning in the Hall on Saturday morning, organised jointly between Gargrave Village Hall Management Committee and Gargrave Library. There will be bacon sandwiches, toasted teacakes and lots of homemade cakes on the menu. Proceeds from the Bric a Brac and book stall will go towards Village Hall funds and the raffle will raise funds for the Library. The Library 100 club draw will also take place.