This coming Spring, Holy Trinity Church in Meanwood will be launching their new Community Cafe, which will run between 11.30 am and 1.30 pm on Wednesdays.
They are looking for people to be part of the team to help prepare and serve simple food and drinks, bake cakes, chat to people at tables or just be a welcoming face.
If you think you could offer some time to help, it would be brilliant if you could make the first meeting on 10th January at 11:30am in the Fenton Room in Holy Trinity Church.
It will be an opportunity to get to know each other, learn more about the cafe and its aims and begin forming teams.
If you can’t make this meeting but are interested in being involved, please contact Kingsley Dowling or Agnis Smallwood via the website https://holytrinitymeanwood.org.uk/
A Wind of Change – FINAL CASTING CALL and backstage recruitment !!!
This is your last chance to take part in our community theatre project and celebrate the stories and people of Meanwood.
Throughout the autumn, we’ve been working hard to create the structure of the show. After Christmas, we begin rehearsals before going in front of the audience mid-February.
Now we know what the show will look like, we are seeking people to fill these gaps:
- Confident adult singers and vocalists: must be able to rehearse Tuesday evenings.
- Energetic young people aged 9 – 18 years: must be able to rehearse Saturday late mornings.
- Backstage and technical crew and makers.
Could you be part of the team?
If you’re interested, get in touch with Ness as soon as possible!
firstname.lastname@example.org / 07961 535 767
More info about the show here
Please check this timetable to make sure you are available, click to download
– A Wind Of Change Participant Rehearsal Schedule
On Friday 17th November, friends of MVP Hannah & Hatty, owners of Tandem on Meanwood Road are hosting their third free Exhibition this month featuring artist and printmaker Caroline Hick and Live Music from Meanwood Festival and Fun Day favourite David Broad and the Meanwood Valley Stompers.
It’s on from 6.30pm – 10.30pm on Friday 17th November and there is also a Bar available.
They will be raising funds for the Grenfell Tower victims.
Our next event is the Christmas Light Switch On – Monday November 13th at 6.30pm
The choir from Meanwood Church of England Primary School will perform a selection of carols in the square in front of Asda on Green Road from 6pm.
The Meanwood Institute‘s Ukulele group will then play a selection of songs after the switch on at 6.30pm.
Complimentary mulled wine and mince pies will be served by Alfred‘s bar and the Myrtle Tavern and shops around the square will add to the atmosphere by staying open till 7pm for Christmas shopping.
Our next Open Meeting will be on
TUESDAY 7th November at 7.30pm
once again in Holy Trinity Church, Church Lane
whilst the Community Hall is being refurbished.
We look forward to seeing you there.