Belgrade Gets Crafty With Earlsdon Women’s Institute For Relaxed Panto Performance

The Belgrade Theatre has teamed up with Earlsdon Women’s Institute and the West Midlands Federation of Women’s Institutes to create a number of twiddle muffs , hand muffs with attachments to fiddle with, for their first ever relaxed pantomime performance.

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Christmas Photo Sessions at the Juice House

The Juice House will spread some last minute Christmas Magic Sunday 17 and Monday 18 December, when Nina Freeman Photography turning the premises into a Christmas themed photography studio.

Each session costs £60 and includes:
– 30 minute photography shoot
– 2 x digital “Christmas window” images
– 3 x digital Christmas themed studio images

Take your pyjamas for that cosy feel. If you would like to bring a second outfit then bring your Christmas best. The Christmas window scene images are digitally enhanced as shown in the photo.

The sessions are suitable for all children, babies who are able to sit unaided, sibling groups and families, with a maximum of 4 people per shoot.

Contact The Juice House on 7627 3676 to book a slot.

25 Years at the Nursery Tavern

Chapelfields’ Nursery Tavern first opened its doors in 1865 and was taken over in 1992 by Harry Minton and St John Berisford, who have since worked to create the welcoming community pub and music venue that we now enjoy.
Everyone is invited to join them at the Lord Street hostelry from 8pm on Saturday 25 November to celebrate their 25 years, when there will be free food on offer, with most drinks priced at £2.50 each.
There will also be music, which will be provided by singer/songwriter Dan Gascoigne.

Cable Works Underway

Cable laying works on behalf of Western Power Distribution began in Beechwood Avenue on 8 November.

They are working from the Kenilworth Road end and there is a section of road with single file traffic and traffic lights at the junction with Warwick Avenue/Stoneleigh Avenue. A section of the footpath on the Warwick Avenue side is also closed.

The works from Kenilworth Road to Hearsall Common are expected to take 12 weeks and are being carried out by O’Connor Utilities; in case of difficulty their helpline number is 0845 3308615.

Craft & Christmas Fair for Alzheimer’s Society

This takes place on Tuesday 7 November 7pm – 9pm at Standard Triumph Club, Herald Avenue – Christmas gifts & decorations, handmade crafts & knits, cards & calendars, books, cakes, home made jams & preserves, jewellery, beauty & skincare and lots more. Free admission.

New Boundary Commission Plan

The Boundary Commission for England have re-assessed their proposals published in 2016 for new boundaries for Parliamentary elections which are required to:

• reduce the number of MPs in the UK from 650 to 600
• reduce the number of MPs in the West Midlands from 59 to 53
• ensure every constituency has between 71,031 and 78,507 electors
Under the latest proposals Earlsdon ward, which is currently part of the Coventry South seat represented by Jim Cunningham, would become part of a new Coventry South and Kenilworth constituency.

However the other wards local to the ECHO area, Whoberley, Sherbourne and St. Michael’s, which under the 2016 proposals were in line to move from Coventry North West to Coventry South, will now remain in Coventry North West – the latter seat, held by Geoffrey Robinson since 1976, would have ceased to exist under the 2016 plan.

To see the proposals go to: here

You have until 11th December to make your comments.

More on this will follow in the December / January edition of ECHO.