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There will be a lovely festive service at Christ Church where we will be singing some well known carols, before enjoying a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.
Time: 10:30 am
We'd love to see you on Christmas Eve at Christ Church to really get in the festive mood. The children from the village will be performing a short nativity to entertain us all, we'll sing a few traditional carols and afterwards enjoy some mulled wine and tasty treats.
Time: 4:00 pm
Local farmer and mountaineer Chris Brown talks about his experiences in the Himalaya and the ultimate climbing challenge...! This is a must hear talk by a truly inspirational individual.
Venue: Village Hall
Time: 7.30 pm
Refreshments: Ticket price includes tea/coffee/nibbles. Wine extra.
Tickets: Adults £8, U16 £6. Call Tim on 01423 325179 or 07909 906069 or see any hall committee member.
Profits split between hall funds and Chris' local charities.
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Meetings are usually held on the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm in the Memorial Hall. Check the Parish Council page for details.
Usually held on the first Saturday of the month in the Memorial Hall - look out for the sign on the fence as you pass the hall and the A-board on the corner of the green in Grafton.
Every Sunday in the Punch Bowl Inn - 8:00 pm start. Your entry fee includes supper and there's a raffle as well as a prize for the winners.
Link to the excellent History of Marton cum Grafton website.