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History of the Armistice Day, Why we observe the two minutes silence and the introduction of the Poppy as a symbol
At the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month 2018 it is 100 years since the agreed end of fighting of the First World War. And like many before us, we will look to observe the two minutes silence wearing my red poppy proudly as a symbol of respect to those that paid the ultimate sacrifice.
History of Halloween and Trick or Treating
According to a survey carried out in 2006, half of the UK population will turn out their lights and pretend to be out on the last night of October; otherwise known as Halloween. Why, because of the practise of ‘Trick or Treating’. This is where youngsters dress up and go around knocking on doors ‘demanding’ a treat.
History of Macmillan Cancer Support to promote the Macmillan Coffee Morning 28th September 2018
On the 28th of September 100’s of people in and around Darton will sink their teeth into a cake as part of Macmillan Support’s Biggest Coffee Morning. An action that will be replicated throughout the UK by tens of thousands of others and made possible only by the vision of one man, Douglas Macmillan.
TV SPECTACULAR ON THE CARDS
A leading card designer has put her own ‘cards on the table’ – at Mapplewell & Staincross Village Hall, with the start of a new Card Craft Class.
For Debbie Moran, a contributor to the Television’s ‘Create and Craft’ programme through Craftwork Cards and Creative Crafting World, has enjoyed national television coverage with her designs that have been enjoyed by thousands of viewers throughout the UK. She was on Craftwork Cards Design Team for 15 months and continues to be a design team member with Creative Crafting World.
VILLAGE HALL TO LAUNCH ACRYLIC ART CLASS FOR BEGINNERS
Mapplewell and Staincross Village Hall has introduced yet another new class to its portfolio, this is creative class designed to develop new skills and improve the mind. The teacher, Annie Chapdelaine, was originally an Art teacher for both adults and children working in Montreal, Canada, where she also had a number of paintings displayed in local exhibitions in the Quebec Province.
STRICTLY COME BELLY DANCING COMES TO MAPPLEWELL
Building on the success of their recently introduced Ballroom Dancing, Mapplewell and Staincross Village Hall has now gone international and introduced Strictly Come ‘Belly’ Dancing to their health and wellbeing line up – by popular demand.
AFFORDABLE WORKSHOP IMPORTANT FOR SMALL CHARITY TREASURERS
Mapplewell & Staincross Village Hall are putting on an affordable workshop specifically for small charity trustees and treasurers in the Barnsley area.
ON TARGET FOR FUTURE SUCCESS
A Darton College pupil is on target to become one of Staincross Rifle & Pistol Club’s top performers in this year’s Leeds and District Rifle Association league for small bore shooting.
LOCAL AUTHOR TO GIVE OVER 55’s PRESENTATION
Local author, Sasha Lane, has agreed to give a talk at the Mapplewell and Staincross Village Hall Over 55’s Group on the 19th of September. This is to provide an open and frank insight into the creation of her trilogy of books, Girl Conflicted, Girl Unhinged and Girl Unconventional.
‘COME DANCING’ TO MAPPLEWELL & STAINCROSS VILLAGE HALL
With the announcement that Strictly Come Dancing will return to our screens on Saturday the 9th of September, Mapplewell and Staincross Village Hall has ‘pipped them to the post’ by one day by announcing that their own Ballroom Dancing function is to take place on Friday the 8th of September.
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