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Chidham and Hambrook - Leisure and Events - Past Events

A review of past village events
Event
2007  
May 12
April 15
Football - Chidham v Hambrook
Feb 2&3
2006  
Sept 17
Cricket - Chidham v Hambrook
 
June 24
April 1
Mar 31
2005  
Nov 12

Lyra in Chidham

Friends of Chidham Churches Concert.

If you attended the Concert in St Mary's Church Chidham on Friday 31st March, you were treated to a feast of Russian Sacred and Folk music.See more details and photos.


Nutbourne Station Centenary Fun Day

Great turn out, something for everyone, strong support from across the community, generous help from Marshalls and other local companies, sensational weather, and a good time was had by all.
Thanks to all who participated. In particular special thanks to Steve Clark for making it happen and working so hard to make it a success
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- the fun
- and the Engineering  

Backed by Chidham Parish Council, Chidham School PTFA, Chidham WI, Hambrook and District Residents Association, Chidham Church, Chidham and Hambrook Website Association

and a big Thank You to Marshalls PLC for all their help.


2005 Event
Nov 12
WEEKEND MURDER

St. Wilfrid’s Hall was transformed into Langley Manor for the St. Wilfrid’s Players magnificent production of “Weekend Murder”.
The audience entered into the spirit of the evening with their 1920’s dress and were treated to a first half performance of drama, intrigue and wit!

Harry Bates gave a commanding performance as Brett Sinclair, a wealthy self made man known for his ruthlessness, leaving a trail of enemies in his wake, but no-one had wanted to murder him before!
Chris Chrystall portrayed the two timing part owner of the hotel Bertie Bannister, with one eye for his business partner and future wife Gladys, played by Alyzn Johnson, and the other for Mary the maid.
Tracey Moreman was the disrespectful Mary, played with razor sharp wit capable of cutting anyone down to size! Character acting par excellence was provided by Nina Bates in the role of Sabrina, the over the hill, and under the influence, hotel’s cabaret singer.
Carol Vigor found time to play Tallulah, in between righting and directing the performance! Tallulah, a ‘resting’ actress, usually at the cocktail bar, was accompanied by her maid Grace (Caroline Davis), devoted as much to her hip flask as her mistress! Jerry Davis was Toby Fairbanks, an actor under contract to Brett, but with no intention of becoming a ‘yes’ man under his control.

Garry Vigor was typecast as the ‘almost’ French chef, Pierre Vert, with a very animated moustache that almost stole the show-there was no mention in the credits as to who played the moustache!
Carole Holmes and Delph Archer played Mrs Harrison and Mrs Ford, two great friends with an eye for foul play. The first half ended with the death of Brett, but who did it?

 

During an interval buffet the audience were invited to play detective and suspicion fell on a number of individuals; -The vicar did it. - It was suicide. - They all did it. - Colonel Mustard, with the lead pipe in the conservatory. The second half revealed Mrs Harrison and Mrs Ford’s suspicions, and it seemed all had motive, a few had opportunity and two had the nerve! Toby and Mary had been married, but had gone their separate ways. At the hotel they sorted out their differences and Toby told Mary of Brett’s control over him - they each wanted revenge! Toby attempted to poison Brett, but failed. Unbeknown to him however, with slight of hand and murderous intent it was Mary who slipped the poisoned ice cubes into Brett’s second cocktail, and after being exposed, it was with a final twist in the tail that she to drank to his death - and hers!













Well done and many thanks for a wonderful evening to the cast and the Langley Manor Staff :- Hotel Manager - Paul Moss
Bar Manager
- Jo Moss
Waiting Staff
- Emily Moss and James Vigor
Script
- Carol Vigor
Set
- Cathy Davis
Costumes
- Members of the cast

Murder most foul - but where was the Rubber Chicken? Now there's a mystery.
Sep 2
Organ recital at St Mary's Church, Chidham on Friday 2nd September at 7.30 pm.
Rod Starr played works by Mendlessohn, Eric Thiman, Pietro Yon, Handel, Bach, Matthew Camidge, and Lefebure-Wely. Followed by drinks and nibbles
Aug 13
Flower and Vegetable Show - Bosham, Chidham & District Horticultural Society
Saturday, 13th August, 2005- 2pm - Bosham Village Hall
Tombola, Raffle, Teas, Cakes, Plants, Produce & Preserves Competition
Vegetables and Fruit - Flowers and Plants - Floral Exhibits - Domestic - Handicraft - Children’s Classes
   










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