No, this isn’t a proposal to send our local children to Mars … everyone agreed at the Annual Meeting of the Community Space that the focus for 2016 should be on providing more events and activities for the children, along with improving energy efficiency. The first children’s event of the year was a great success – over 40 children plus their families packed the church to watch an amazing performance of Monkey by Puppetcraft.
The next in the Space was one for the adults – Mervyn Stutter entertained in a Villages in Action event, Utterly Stutterly, with a very professional show of comic wit, hilarious song and sometimes quite biting political satire. The Space was laid out cafe-style and looked quite stylish with the candles.
All suggestions for good things to put on for local children are welcome, so if you have a bright idea, why not share it by contacting the Space Team? You can read a full report on Space activities and Finances in 2015 by clicking here.