The Parish Church of St George the Martyr, Waterlooville
Film Club: August -
This pleasant film starring Doris Day and David Niven, rather ‘ambled’ its way through our Film Club’s afternoon. Its a tale of an academic professor who, in his new role as a theatre critic deeply offends a family friend, enrages a leading lady and endangers his marriage.
The film then seems to suddenly veer onto the hazards of buying a dilapidated house in the country. Whilst his super efficient wife gallantly copes with builders and decorators he is back in town being tempted but resisting the charms of the actress whose intentions may or may not be vindictive but are certainly not honourable!
Just in time he re-
We were hoping Doris Day would sing, she does, but only twice, once to sing the title song while teaching a group of young school children. It was the best part of this film!
Film Club: September -
This lovely, funny-
This rather daunting lady reveals herself to be unexpectedly vulnerable and still in love with Reggie.
She is persuaded to become the fourth member of the Quartet, and the film ends with the triumphant Finale of the Concert -
A beautifully acted and very enjoyable film.
Macmillan Coffee Morning, Friday 26th September
The usual Friday coffee morning in the church hall became the Macmillan Coffee Morning on 26th September, with home made cakes available to accompany the coffee and a cake stall, a raffle, and some money-
Macmillan Coffee Mornings are becoming very popular to organise, and there were many others going on at the same time, but despite this our event was well attended and raised £242.84 for the Macmillan charity funds.
Autumn Edition 2014
Full tables at the Macmillan Coffee Morning
and a good selection of prizes in the raffle