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Murder at the Community Centre

Murders at the Community Centre

Two murders on one night! Lord Bartholomew, his family and staff revealed all their darkest secrets and entertained us with an evening of good fun, good company and good food.

“Team Community Centre” gave us an evening to enjoy and remember, with a challenge of naming the murderers and giving the motive for the stabbing of the Butler.

Screams were heard as Pilkington stumbled into the hall with a knife in his back. Who would help the police inspector to solve this dastardly crime? 

Everyone was a suspect, some more than others. Elaine Tidd cracked the problem as only a true sleuth could and was rewarded with a prize for her excellent deductions. 

Thank you to all those who made it happen and a big thank you for another sell out Greetham Community Centre event.

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Greetham Cinema Showings for All

Greetham Cinema (at the Community Centre) opened its doors in November and December with the family friendly 'The Railroad Children' and Branagh’s coming-of-age story in 'Belfast'. Feedback from those who have attended has been generally positive regarding the social atmosphere, movie choices and the overall benefit of having art events on the doorstep. The plan is to now develop a Film Club who will be making the movie choices, with the Community Centre there to support and keep the cinema doors open. 

Watch this space and the Facebook page if you might be interested in being a part of the Club.

World Cup Live Streamed at the Community Centre

In a similar vein, we’ve been following the World Cup with Live Streaming Sports at the Centre, starting with the England v USA Friday 25th November. As well as streaming the Wales v. England game, the community centre was able to arrange hosting both the England v. Senegal and England v. France matches. Sadly, whilst England was out of the running, the final is in the diary for Sunday 18th December in mind for the 3pm kick-off. 

A thank you to Ed for technical aspects and Ande for miraculous and delicious homemade meals for sustenance during the matches. Further very special thanks must go to Pete, Debbie and Howard for support in hosting the events, and another cheer to all those who came along and joined the festive atmosphere for the games.

The next set of Live sports screening will be the Six Nations Rugby starting Saturday, 4th February at 4:45pm with England v. Scotland. Come join us for family-friendly sporting fun and community camaraderie.

Welcome 2023!

Santa may be on his way (with a host of activities still coming up) and while you are still in the festive mood, make sure to note in your diaries the post- Christmas festivities being hosted by the Community Centre in the first part of 2023!

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