Tuesday Film Shows at The Methodist Church

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Mrs Brown

Tarvin Methodist Church have a good way of keeping Tarvin oldies off the streets for one afternoon a month. It also keeps them from helping in the garden!!

On the 4th Tuesday of every month (apart from July and August, when grandparents are in charge of youngsters), at 2pm there is a good film shown. You may have missed it first time round or enjoyed and want to see again.

The show is free of charge with tea/coffee and biscuits provided for a donation.

The film in March was "Cats", enjoyed by a small, exclusive audience.

The April film, to be shown on the 28th is "Her Majesty Mrs. Brown" with Billy
Connolly. If you have time give it a try. You will be made very welcome.

The May film, to be shown on the 26th is Annie, and June 23rd "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"

All films start at 2.00pm

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