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September 2019
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  Events for September 2019
  • Make and Create with Hannah - Ulverston
    Choose from Hannah's vintage, funky and unusual fabric and make a colour scheme or a mish mash of clashing colours and textures. Use all these fabrics to create a range of items with Hannah each session: Saturday 14th September: Screen print your own length of fabric. Come along and screen print your very own length of fabric with your own designs and stencils. This will then be made into a funky cushion cover at the next session! Saturday 5th October: Make a cushion cover Using your beautiful screen printed fabric from the last session. Make a cool cushion cover and add some funky embellishments too! Saturday 2nd November: Make a piece of patchwork. Using Hannah's collection of interesting and vintage fabrics come along and make a big piece of patchwork which can be made into a funky outfit!
    VENUE: Coronation Hall
    DATE:  14th September 2019
    TIME: 10:00 - 13:00
  • Walk Like A Man
    6.30pm Doors for 7.30pm start - Reserved 1-18 full seating. Full price £23 Concessions £21 Over 60 / U16 / Unemployed / Student. A celebration of the life and music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in a Jersery Boys style. Family friendly
    VENUE: The Coro
    DATE:  21st September 2019
    TIME: 19:30 - 22:00
  • Heritage Open Day at Derwentwater Independent Hostel (Barrow House)
    Free guided tours of Grade II listed Georgian mansion overlooking Derwent Water. You can also explore the trees, waterfall and wildlife in the grounds. Refreshments, children's trails, and history information. No need to book. Tours approx 30 minutes, every half an hour from 12.30 to 5pm.
    VENUE: Derwentwater Independent Hostel
    DATE:  22nd September 2019
    TIME: 12:30 - 17:00
  • Water Yeat Village Hall World's Biggest Coffee Morning
    Join us to raise money for Macmillan. Entry is £1 and includes tea or coffee and a homemade biscuit. Stalls include cakes, raffle, bottle tombola, photos, cards and bric-a-brac.
    VENUE: Water Yeat Village Hall
    DATE:  28th September 2019
    TIME: 10:00 - 12:00
  Recurring events in this month
  • Make and Create with Hannah - Ulverston
    Choose from Hannah's vintage, funky and unusual fabric and make a colour scheme or a mish mash of clashing colours and textures. Use all these fabrics to create a range of items with Hannah each session: Saturday 14th September: Screen print your own length of fabric. Come along and screen print your very own length of fabric with your own designs and stencils. This will then be made into a funky cushion cover at the next session! Saturday 5th October: Make a cushion cover Using your beautiful screen printed fabric from the last session. Make a cool cushion cover and add some funky embellishments too! Saturday 2nd November: Make a piece of patchwork. Using Hannah's collection of interesting and vintage fabrics come along and make a big piece of patchwork which can be made into a funky outfit!
  • Walk Like A Man
    6.30pm Doors for 7.30pm start - Reserved 1-18 full seating. Full price £23 Concessions £21 Over 60 / U16 / Unemployed / Student. A celebration of the life and music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons in a Jersery Boys style. Family friendly
  • Heritage Open Day at Derwentwater Independent Hostel (Barrow House)
    Free guided tours of Grade II listed Georgian mansion overlooking Derwent Water. You can also explore the trees, waterfall and wildlife in the grounds. Refreshments, children's trails, and history information. No need to book. Tours approx 30 minutes, every half an hour from 12.30 to 5pm.
  • Water Yeat Village Hall World's Biggest Coffee Morning
    Join us to raise money for Macmillan. Entry is £1 and includes tea or coffee and a homemade biscuit. Stalls include cakes, raffle, bottle tombola, photos, cards and bric-a-brac.