Easter Egg Hunt

Easter-Egg-Hunt-Eggs

Posted on April 2, 2014

ORFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL EASTER EGG HUNT

Event date: Saturday 19th April 2014

Venue: Orford Castle Grounds

Our village school’s annual Easter Egg Hunt takes place in the castle grounds on Saturday 19th April. And it won’t all be chocolate!

Gates open at 10am for face painting, welly wanging, tea and cake and great stalls.There’s also a fantastic raffle with champagne, whisky, cinema tickets, yoga sessions and riding lessons up for grabs.

Or why not enter our Decorated Egg competition? Simply hard-boil an egg, paint, colour or embellish it and bring it along to be judged by Joanna Brennan of Pump Street Bakery.

The egg hunt itself begins at 10.30am and costs £2, with proceeds going to Orford School.

We hope to see you there!

ORFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL EASTER EGG HUNT

Event date: Saturday 19th April 2014

Venue: Orford Castle Grounds

Our village school’s annual Easter Egg Hunt takes place in the castle grounds on Saturday 19th April. And it won’t all be chocolate!

Gates open at 10.00am for face painting, welly wanging, tea and cake and great stalls.There’s also a fantastic raffle with champagne, whisky, cinema tickets, yoga sessions and riding lessons up for grabs.

Or why not enter our Decorated Egg competition? Simply hard-boil an egg, paint, colour or embellish it and bring it along to be judged by Joanna Brennan of Pump Street Bakery.

The egg hunt itself begins at 10.30am and costs £2, with proceeds going to Orford School.

We hope to see you there!

- See more at: http://www.orford.org.uk/community/events-diary/i/#sthash.r02ju70x.dpuf

Palm Wine & Stout

Eastern Angles

Posted on March 18, 2014

Eastern Angles will be coming to Orford again this year, bringing their production of Palm Wine and Stout to the Town Hall at 7.30pm on Saturday 26 April 2014.

Written by acclaimed poet, composer and playwright Segun Lee-French, Palm Wine and Stout is a funny and emotional play based on the writer’s own visit back to a small Nigerian village in search of his father. The story, which focuses on Taiye, a young British man on a quest to find out more about his African heritage, draws some fascinating parallels with English village life.

Along the way Taiye experiences both the vibrant bustle of modern Nigerian life and the mysterious rituals of rural African villagers. With half-brother Femi as his guide, Taiye’s journey becomes a challenging culture clash incorporating music, dance and a host of spiritual ancestors.

Eastern Angles productions in the past have been enjoyed by many residents, and I hope that you will be able to come to this latest production.

Tickets are £8 and are available from the Town Hall office (tel 01394 459172) or from Friends Garage.

Kara Reed – Clerk to New Orford Town Trust

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