Reap the Rewards of Autumn at Sedgley Community Centre

With summer nearly over, Sedgley Community Centre has a packed programme of events this autumn guaranteed to warm up those dark nights and keep everyone entertained.

On Saturday, September 29, Ashmore Male Voice Choir will be hitting all the right notes and treating guests to an evening of all types of music and monologues. Tickets for this event, priced at £4, are available from Mary Lavender on 01902 885816 or on the door.

And, as autumn moves into winter, what better than an evening of music and dancing to keep the cold at bay? The Sedgley Live event on Saturday, October 27, will feature a performance from Old Enough To Know Better, who will be getting everyone up on their feet with a selection of songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Also performing are Be bewitched, (bothered and bewildered) and a Frank Sinatra Cabaret.  This event begins at 8pm and Sedgley residents will be able to dance their socks off until late in the evening. Tickets, priced at £3, are available from Lesley Whitehouse on 07971 739042 or on the door. Bring your own drinks and enjoy the fun!

As the festive season draws near, get into the Christmas spirit with a concert from St Andrews Singers on Saturday, December 1, which starts at 2pm. Tickets for this event cost £3 and include refreshments.

Sedgley Community Centre, based in Ladies Walk, is well known for hosting a series of events for local residents throughout the year, including the popular Flower and Vegetable Show, which celebrated its 18th year earlier this month. Other well-attended events include the Sedgley Live Arts and Crafts festival and the harvest festival.

 

 

Crafty way for Sedgley residents to spend their weekend

Get crafty this Saturday at Sedgley Live Craft Fair

This Saturday, September 24, Sedgley Community Centre plays host to a vibrant festival of arts and crafts featuring some of the best in local creative talent.

The Sedgley Live Craft Fair, organised by the Reverend Stephen Buckley from All Saints’ Parish Church, will have stalls and displays featuring local favourites such as Beacon Crafts and Woodsetton Designs, along with displays of quilt-making and woodturning.

During the event, which runs from 10am until 4pm at Sedgley Community Centre in Ladies’ Walk, refreshments will be on offer, including delicious cupcakes made by local confectioners.

According to Helen Davies from Beacon Crafts, in Sedgley’s Bullring, last year’s event was a huge success and the organisers are hoping this year’s event will be even more popular.