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Monday 5th November 201810:00The Fallen - Armistice 100 exhibition
Have you or your family been members of the armed forces? Are you interested in local history? ARMISTICE 100 St Mary’s Church Banham welcome you to: A commemoration of all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country especially those from Banham, and all those who have Served in the Forces. Monday 5th November to Saturday 10th November 2018 Free Exhibition 10.00am to 3.00pm An opportunity to recognise those who gave their lives in both World Wars, a look at the village at the time of WW1 and about honouring all who served for our country in all conflicts. Come and join us for a tea or coffee, a chance to look around or just sit and contemplate. Saturday 10th November 3.00pm THE FALLEN a commemoration in words, thoughts and music. Join us for a poignant journey followed by free refreshments St Mary’s Church, The Green Banham, NR16 2NH For further details contact davidhicks24@btinternet.com or 01953887575 Supported by: Breckland DC, The Armed Forces Covenant Fund, Six Villages Newsletter, Friends of Banham Church and Banham Parish Council.
Saturday 10th November 201815:00The Fallen - Armistice 100 Event
Have you or your family been members of the armed forces? Are you interested in local history? ARMISTICE 100 St Mary’s Church Banham welcome you to: A commemoration of all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country especially those from Banham, and all those who have Served in the Forces. Monday 5th November to Saturday 10th November 2018 Free Exhibition 10.00am to 3.00pm An opportunity to recognise those who gave their lives in both World Wars, a look at the village at the time of WW1 and about honouring all who served for our country in all conflicts. Come and join us for a tea or coffee, a chance to look around or just sit and contemplate. Saturday 10th November 3.00pm THE FALLEN a commemoration in words, thoughts and music. Join us for a poignant journey followed by free refreshments St Mary’s Church, The Green Banham, NR16 2NH For further details contact davidhicks24@btinternet.com or 01953887575 Supported by: Breckland DC, The Armed Forces Covenant Fund, Six Villages Newsletter, Friends of Banham Church and Banham Parish Council.
19:00Jouney's End (12a)
Movies at St Marys, as part of the Armistice 100 celebrations. Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), as they await their fate. “A roster of fine performances elevates director Saul Dibb's worthy adaptation of RC Sherriff's classic play about the difficulties and pressures facing soldiers living in the rat-infested trenches during the final throes of the First World War. The main focus is on the conflicted character of alcoholic Captain Stanhope, whose six-day command encompasses a major offensive, but when old school chum Raleigh is drafted into his unit, then routine events become emotionally messier . . . Dibb keeps his camera moving to give dynamism to the inherent staginess, the strained despair is well conveyed and Toby Jones's cook provides welcome world-weary comic relief. But nothing in the slow-burning bleakness shakes it out of the now familiar "War Is Hell" message.” Radio Times “The acting is stupendous, with Sam Claflin raising his game in the star role as the embittered, alcoholic, possibly gay officers’ leader Captain Stanhope, Paul Bettany as the older, wiser Osborne, Asa Butterfield as the fresh young lieutenant just arrived in the trenches, all bright eyed, bushy tailed and super keen, and Toby Jones in a very well judged, semi-comedic role as the head cook and bottle washer Mason. All four could not be better.” Derek Winnert Tickets £4.00 in advance Banham PO or £4.50 on the door. Film starts at 19.45. Join us at 19.00 for pre film meal, £4 additional charge applies. Wine and other refreshments available throughout.
19:00Jouney's End (12a)
Movies at St Marys, as part of the Armistice 100 celebrations. Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), as they await their fate. “A roster of fine performances elevates director Saul Dibb's worthy adaptation of RC Sherriff's classic play about the difficulties and pressures facing soldiers living in the rat-infested trenches during the final throes of the First World War. The main focus is on the conflicted character of alcoholic Captain Stanhope, whose six-day command encompasses a major offensive, but when old school chum Raleigh is drafted into his unit, then routine events become emotionally messier . . . Dibb keeps his camera moving to give dynamism to the inherent staginess, the strained despair is well conveyed and Toby Jones's cook provides welcome world-weary comic relief. But nothing in the slow-burning bleakness shakes it out of the now familiar "War Is Hell" message.” Radio Times “The acting is stupendous, with Sam Claflin raising his game in the star role as the embittered, alcoholic, possibly gay officers’ leader Captain Stanhope, Paul Bettany as the older, wiser Osborne, Asa Butterfield as the fresh young lieutenant just arrived in the trenches, all bright eyed, bushy tailed and super keen, and Toby Jones in a very well judged, semi-comedic role as the head cook and bottle washer Mason. All four could not be better.” Derek Winnert Tickets £4.00 in advance Banham PO or £4.50 on the door. Film starts at 19.45. Join us at 19.00 for pre film meal, £4 additional charge applies. Wine and other refreshments available throughout.
Saturday 24th November 201818:30Prayer meeting for the six villages
We meet on the last saturday of each month to pray for our six parishes. If you would like us to pray for you then contact us, or leave a note on the side altar in St. Mary's Banham for us to find.
Friday 30th November 201818:30Quidenham Patronal Festival
A traditional language service Sung Eucharist with incense Merbecke Gloria, Creed and responses
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