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New dance & fitness classes

Very excited to let everyone know that we will be bringing some new dance and fitness classes to your hall from October onwards. Times are yet to be confirmed, as I’m due to come in and see the Autumn Leaves group on 28th September, to see what time they might find most suitable.
We will run an afternoon session every other Thursday, when the Autumn Leaves are not in, and we will run a 5.15pm session every week as well. We may also add a gentle pilates session if enough people are interested.
We are passionate about bringing the right sort of fitness locally to where people live, so you opinions and support will be greatly appreciated.

 — with Michelle Alden at BODYbasics Studio – Frome.

BODYbasics Studio – Frome



Back to Skool Disco

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Seventies Night

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New Year Party

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Events for Spring/Summer 2015


events for Spring  & Summer-page-001Don’t forget Kimber’s Men next Saturday 28th February, 2.30pm start not 7.30 as apparently advertised in the Wiltshire Times!!  

Listen out for the Radio Wiltshire interview.

A recent review –





Tickets now going fast, contact us to book yours



New Year Party 2015


We look forward to seeing you at the New Year’s Eve Party and hope everyone has a really enjoyable evening!  All 120 tickets (our licence’s limit) have now been sold so unfortunately no more people will be able to attend.  Many thanks to everyone who has helped with the organisation, especially Jude.

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Do join us on Saturday  8th February at 7.30pm for our Rural Arts event – the very popular Buffalo Gals!  20% of ticket sales will be donated back to the Peace Memorial Trust funds for maintenance and improvements to facilities.

Tickets – £7 adult/£6 concessions

Reservations – 01225 765644

”Champion Maryland fiddler Kate Lissauer leads this six piece old-time string band, bringing music and fun wherever it goes.

The music is derived from traditional roots music of southern America. The ensemble of fiddle, banjo, guitar, ukulele, bass, and “stepatune”, uses lively and soulful tunes, delicious harmonies, flamboyant percussive step-dance, and warm, engaging humour to entertain and delight audiences of all ages.”


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