The regular yoga classes in the Reynolds Room on Thursday afternoons and evenings continue to go from strength to strength. Give Diane a call and sign up to find out what yoga can do for you.
Friday February 14th was perhaps the climax of the wettest, stormiest period in history. Not a good day to have scheduled local amateur group the Little Big Band to play a fundraiser crucial for the community centre's survival.
In the event, all the ban members made it through the floods and a very enthusiastic crowd packed the hall to welcome them. To all of them the volunteers of the community centre management committee say thank you. A thank you is also due to David Miller, proprietor of the town's community market's ever-popular cafe, who donated potted daffodils to decorate the tables. Committee members worked hard over the days leading up to the gig producing a lovely selection of soups.
While the income from tickets, raffle and bar has still to be worked out, we can say that the night was a great financial success as well as an artistic one.
Let's be honest: after weeks of rain, grey skies and mud, it's been hard to raise a smile recently. So an event next Tuesday at the Community Centre may be just the ticket.
Finn Glendon, who it seems knows his subject, will be running a "Laughter Workshop" at 7.30 in the Reynolds Room. Yes, you read correctly. The workshop lasts a little over an hour and entry is by donation.
This blog is maintained by Chris Plant on behalf of the Management Committee to bring you all the other bits of Comm news and info that don't quite fit anywhere else.