We are a small group of local residents who are organising various social events throughout the year and facilitating others to form their own special interest groups.
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Limpley Stoke Film Club presents a series of classic and arthouse films. Films will be shown on a Wednesday evening in the Limpley Stoke Village Hall, approx one per month.
A group with a simple aim; to raise awareness of the climate emergency, and to encourage each other and wider community to take action to limit the harm we are doing to the planet.
Limpley Stoke Film Club presents a series of classic and arthouse films. Films will be shown on a Wednesday evening in the Limpley Stoke Village Hall, approx one per month. You can sign up to be part of the film club by paying a subscription of just £20. This allows you entry for five films, dates as follows:
24th September 2018
30th October 2018
20th November 2018
11th December 2018
22nd January 2019
For further information please contact Nick or Alan: email@example.com
It may only be spring in Wiltshire, but Limpley Stoke village hall was full of Spanish colour, and a hot, duty east wind, as it tested enthusiasm for a film club with Almodovar's 2006 classic, Volver.
There was a full house and a fantastic atmosphere, with friends and neighbours sharing a glass of wine, and succumbing to pleasures of the silver screen.
Planning is now underway to see if we can put on an autumn season. Watch this space!
In the last month some residents from our village have formed a think tank type group called LIMPLEY CREATIVE to
to discuss ideas for community enhancing events.
It was decided to extend this process out to all residents in a brainstorming session held at Limpley Stoke Community Hall on Wednesday 27th March. The event was supported by our Parish Council via council member Anthony Gennard who introduced the evening. It was well attended with people coming from all ends of Limpley Stoke. Any ideas (especially crazy ones) were welcomed for consideration. Those present were able to register interest to help or to attend any given activity. It proved to be a great opportunity to meet other local people and share ideas.
The results from the evening will shortly be posted up on the refreshed, revitalised, polished and shiny village website limpleystoke.org. If you register via the contact us page you can choose to be kept linked in and informed. It’s a great way to stay in touch.
We are therefore officially (as rubber stamped by the PC) seeking to continue as a fun, welcoming, caring, and connected community and always Limpley Creative wherever possible.
Check out this great video from the evening of the Big Brainstorm