The Scene keeps people in touch with village life by reporting on what the various clubs, societies and many other groups involved with Wickhambrook are doing. The Scene aims to let you have the details in an informed, impartial and generally light-hearted fashion, although at times items of important news are also included and these are of necessity produced in a factual manner.
The Scene is always grateful for new articles, whether they be short, long, funny or just informative - please join in and make The Scene an even bigger community report than it is at present. The Scene has a long history and a most interesting article about the many previous issues was written by Jim Fieldsend and included in the extremely impressive A4 magazine The Millennium Scene. Unfortunately there are no longer any back issues available but you can once again enjoy this article here on the website » read History of the Scene.
The Scene is also run in conjunction with Wickhambrook What's On Newsletter which is the village newsletter and the two are run on alternate months. What's-On is delivered to every household within the village, free of charge. The What's-On aims to report forthcoming events by way of announcements rather than providing specific detail.
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Read the article about the History of the Scene
To be held in the Memorial Social Centre from 6pm. Children free. £2.00 adults. Beer, wine and soft drinks. Tickets available from The Greyhound / Wickhambrook School. The choosing of the Wickhambrook Princess / Prince and Attendants will take place at 8pm. Princess and Prince entrants 10-11 years. Attendance 9 years and under.
W.I. Tea Party
2pm in the W.I. Hall.
Profits to Suffolk Family Carers
Friday - 19th June, 24th July, 21st August
Wickhambrook WI Literary Lunch will be held on Friday 19th June. This year's speaker is Nicola Upson. Watch for posters for details on how to get tickets.
Saturday 13 June
Greek Evening Supper Club Depden Farm Shop booking www.depden.com/events
Wednesday 24 June
White Wine and Fish Cookery Tasting Evening Depden Farm Shop booking www.depden.com/events
Saturday 27 June
Living the Green Life smallholding course Depden Farm Shop booking www.depden.com/events
Wickhambrook Carnival & Flower Show from 12 noon. Dog Show/ Stalls/ Attractions / Activities/ Displays. For Further Information Contact Jack Couzens On 0787 211 9420. The Flower and Handicrafts Show opens at 2pm in the MSC Main Hall.
Saturday 11 July
Spanish Fiesta Supper Club Depden Farm Shop booking www.depden.com/events
Saturday 18 July
11am - 2pm
Farmers Market at Depden Farm Shop all proceeds to the Millennium Farm Trust http://www.m-f-t.org.uk
Seated and standing strength and balance exercises to maintain and prolong independence. This new class aims to increase mobility, flexibility, muscle strength and improve balance, with the opportunity after for refreshment and a chance to socialise with other members of the class. 10.30am to 11.20am at Wickhambrook Pavillion. Pay as you go, £4.00 a class. See poster for more information
for more details visit www.rightdriver.co.uk
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