What’s on at the Pavilion

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July 2014

Every Monday 6.45 pm  ‘Chewing the Fat’

A new weight loss support group  every Monday evening.

Every Wednesday 9.30 – 11.00 (during term time)  Atherington Acorns

Atherington Acorns is a baby and toddler group, meeting every Wednesday morning during term time, with lots of fun themes and activities every week. Only £2 per child and siblings go free!

Wednesday 30th July 10.00 – 2.00 Summer Holiday Pavilion Open Days

Pirates and water play!!

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August 2014

Every Monday 6.45 pm  ‘Chewing the Fat’

A new weight loss support group  every Monday evening.

Wednesday 13th August 10.00 – 2.00 Summer Holiday Pavilion Open Days

Fairy Tales

Wednesday 20th August 10.00 – 2.00 Summer Holiday Pavilion Open Days

Teddy Bears Picnic & Baking

Wednesday 20th August 7.30pm   Film Club

Saving Mr Banks (PG)    Author P L Travers reflects on her childhood after reluctantly meeting with Walt Disney, who seeks to adapt her Mary Poppins books for the big screen

 

Wednesday 27th August 10.00 – 2.00 Summer Holiday Pavilion Open Days

Sports and Games

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September 2014

Wednesday 17th September 7.30pm   Film Club

Saving Grace (15)   A small town English widow facing financial troubles after her husband’s suicide, turns to agriculture of an illegal kind

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….. and this is what you may have missed!

Saturday 17th May 2014 11.00 am

Atherington Pavilion was the venue for this years plant sale and craft fayre, all profits raised for St Mary’s Church Atherington.

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Sunday 13th April 2014

Easter Egg Hunt

Searching the playing field for eggs and collect a prize.

The children decorated their egg boxes and then searched the field for 6 brightly coloured eggs.  On completion they were presented with a choc egg.  All enjoyed the great weather!

Other activities included; painting boiled eggs, drawing and planting poppy seeds in the field to mark the centenary of WW1.

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Friday 27th December 2013

Christmas Walks

Two groups of parishioners and friends braved the cold wind and hail storm to complete the local walks.  Group one walked via rectory lane and Drunken Pit (– the long walk 1.5 hrs).  Group two walked via Fisherton and Hemmock copse. We all had fun and enjoyed the mulled wine, hot drinks and snacks on return. (see the pictures here)

Saturday 2nd November 2013

Bonfire Night & Fireworks Spectacular

Building upon last years event the playing field committee worked in partnership with Brightburst Fireworks to make it a night to remember!

In addition to the usual bonfire the winner of the ‘Guy Fawkes’ competition was annonunced and a range of hot food and drinks was on offer to complement the evening’s entertainment. The professional fireworks display was not to be missed and was followed by the burning of the winning ‘Guy Fawkes’ entry.

Monday 28th October 2013

The villagers of Atherington and friends took part in a pumpkin carve and coffee morning.  Fun was had by all!  The children carved pumpkins into many different creepy designs.  Cakes were sold and a bring and buy sale took place.  Many thanks to all who generously supported the event. (see the pictures here)

Saturday 6th October 2012

First Aid training from British Red Cross trainer Peter Juniper, 14 attended and as well as having a good time, all passed and received certificates.