CAST cordially invite all to take on the challenge later this month to help the troupe raise money for charity with the Parkyn Cole Trophy Challenge, the annual quiz hosted by CAST.
Help make Colnbrook’s first Race Night a success next week by buying a horse, even if you don’t fancy a punt yourself, says the CRA’s Sean Kelly. The event will take place at the Village Hall on Friday, 17th February, and the Village Hall bar will be open.
Offering “fun, kind and effective” training methods based on the solid foundation of an understanding of doggy behaviours, a new group will be offering dog training classes at Colnbrook Village Hall from next week.
Colnbrook’s CAST is offering 10 to 18-year olds the opportunity to join a “taster” session for its successful theatre troupe based at the Village Hall. Prospective youngsters are being invited to join the group’s session next Monday (9th) at Colnbrook Village Hall.
Colnbrook’s CAST drama group will be performing Mother Goose this year as its Christmas panto – the first time the story has been told on the CAST stage.
Sean Kelly chairman of the CRA has announced today that the total raised at last Saturday’s Colnbrook Apple Fair was a staggering £7000, setting a new record.
DHL has given a grant to the a fund set up to build a Colnbrook Museum and Education Centre in the village, coinciding with an application to incinerate hundreds of tonnes of compacted waste from its food processing operations.
The Parish Council should set aside funds to cover election costs, according to an external report into the council’s accounts, one of five shortcomings found in total.
The Colnbrook Museum and Education Centre Steering Group is set to meet to discuss next steps for a ‘Colnbrook Museum, Educational and Performing Arts Centre’ to be built as part of an extension to the current Village Hall.
The Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston & District Branch of the RSCPA, based in Hillingdon, has launched its annual campaign to raise much needed funds.
The Colnbrook Resident’s Association have arranged with CAST, the village drama group, to subsidise a performance of this year’s Christmas Pantomime, Camelot the Panto, for the benefit of local children.