In June, seventeen NALT members went to Curve to see “Cluedo". It was described as a comedy thriller based on the 1985 American film Clue and the original board game Cluedo
We were delighted with the wonderful Jubilee display both inside and outside of the library and thank everyone for their dedication to making our library a brighter place to be.
In April NALT members travelled to The Priory Theatre, Kenilworth to see their production of “Mr Bennet’s Bride.” The theatre with just 120 seats is run as an amateur company, all volunteers.
We came second in the skittles! A great result for us!
We had a lovely time sampling different “pub grub” and meeting fellow WI’s. We have now got 2 teams in the darts competition so watch this space for more trophy news!
As we march towards the summer we are pleased to report that the first Craft Evening held at the library, and thanks to Barbara Spence, was a brilliant success
It was great to finally hold the Littlethorpe Easter Egg Hunt in the usual format for the first time in three years, and the weather was kind!
Over 200 children took part in the hunt with their families. There were many familiar faces as well as lots of families taking part for the first time which was lovely to see.
On a chilly evening in March a group of NALT members went to the Belgrade Theatre in the centre of Coventry to watch “Groan-Ups,” the latest comedy production of the multi-award winning Mischief Theatre.
Once again the library is looking bright and cheery with Easter decorations made by the Busy Hands and Minds group. They have much more planned too as they are busily preparing for the Queen’s Jubilee in June.
Narborough & Littlethorpe WI held their first meeting of the year in January which was a social evening with a fish & chip supper; this was thoroughly enjoyed by all! It was great to be able to socialise again in a nearly normal way.
Twenty five people made the trip to Stratford to see a matinée performance of “Much Ado About Nothing” at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Leaving Narborough and Littlethorpe at 10am allowed time for a stroll by the river, round the shops and lunch.