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Eccleshill & Bolton News
PANTO: The New Community Arts Academy based in Eccleshill is performing the Pantomime Mother Goose starting tonight and continuing to Sunday at Victoria Hall. For tickets telephone (01274) 618148.
CENTRE: Eccleshill Youth & Community Association (Eccleshill Mechanics Institute) is open five mornings a week from 9.15am to noon for refreshments. Bacon sandwiches are served on Fridays. There is a dinner club from Monday to Thursday. Quality second-hand clothes and bric-a-brac is for sale most weekday mornings. On Mondays from 10.15am to 12.45pm the Phoenix Art Club meets with professional tuition. At 1.45pm North Bradford Retirement group meets. At 6.15pm there is yoga. On Tuesdays at 10am there is line-dancing with Margaret Cawood. At 11am there is a gentlemen’s well-being group and at 2pm bingo. At 4.30pm there is a baby ballet dance academy. Call (01274) 636228.
LUNCH: Bolton Methodist Church invite you to join them on Saturday. Coffee will be served from 11am to noon. This will be followed by a buffet lunch at 12.30pm. At 1.45pm Alan Plowright will present a slide show on Yorkshire Past and Present. Cost for lunch and slide show £5.
LECTURE: Mark Hempsell from Bristol University and Alan Bond of Reaction Engines will present the lecture A Sumerian Observation of the Kofels Impact Event to an open meeting of Bradford Astronomical Society on Monday, February 6, at 7.30pm at Eccleshill. Non members are welcome. Call (01274) 672570 or visit www.bradfordastronomy.co.uk.
GOVERNOR: Wellington Primary School has vacancies for two community governors. If you are interested and would like to discuss this role further contact head teacher Joy Wood on (01274) 774446.
FORUM: Ann Smart will be talking about the work of St George’s Crypt in Leeds to Eccleshill Retired Men’s Forum on Wednesday at 10am for 10.30am at Bolton Methodist Church.
DANCE: An afternoon sequence dance is held on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 3.30pm in St James’s Church Hall. Admission is £2. Telephone Tony Minchella on (01274) 618724.