The Parish Church of St George the Martyr, Waterlooville
Film Club. Carousel. (December)
This is the story of Bill Bigelow, a ‘ne-
She is still in love, and still making excuses for him when she finds she is ‘expecting’, and Billy, now desperate for cash, is persuaded by a mate to attempt a robbery during the annual Clambake and Treasure Hunt. This they bungle badly and Billy is killed, but is allowed to return from ‘on high’ to attend (invisibly) his daughter’s graduation and to bring a little comfort to his faithful Julie.
This musical, now 58 years old, is full of dancing and beautiful songs. It was the last film of Waterlooville Film Club which has now closed due to lack of members.
On Saturday 24th January a packed hall of 96 guests enjoyed a French Evening organised by Lynda Sheffield.
The hall was decked out in French regalia, and Menus written entirely in French announced a three course dinner expertly prepared by Chefs Mike Sheffield and Nigel Morgan.
Proceedings began with singing of the French National Anthem, and in between each course entertainment was provided, with can-
A licensed bar ensured a reliable flow of French wine, and a raffle, drawn by guests Jean-
Winter and Lent Edition 2015
Some of the bar staff
Can Can Dancers