Good Times

Stacey Rhodes from Macmillan, Rose Beecher, Michelle Nunns and Pauline Mair from the club
Stacey Rhodes from Macmillan, Rose Beecher, Michelle Nunns and Pauline Mair from the club

Thornhill Briggs Working Men’s Club presented Macmillan with the fantastic amount of £2,800 on Saturday evening for monies raised at the club.

They held a coffee-come-beer afternoon on October 2, at which they had a raffle with plenty of prizes, plus an adult and children’s tombola, a teddy stall, and a boys and girls lucky dip.

Plus there were cakes, buns, quiche, sweets, pop, tea, coffee or beer from the bar available.

They had stocks outside the club and people paid a small fee to thrown wet sponges at the staff, family and friends.

Plus they had a stall with Macmillan merchandise.

Stewardess Rose Beecher said: “This is our third coffee afternoon; we have done other events over the past two years and have raised a grand total of £6,522.

“The club does other activities over the year including four parties, with the children’s Christmas party being next on the agenda”.

They also do a pensioners party with entertainment, free food and each person goes home with a present, plus a raffle with the proceeds to a named charity.

The committee are very good to their members as they get free food on special occasions such as New Year’s Eve.

Jeremy’s

On Friday, the fabulous BB Kings play the best of blues, funk and soul, the 25 O’Clock band play pop, rock and motown on Saturday and on Sunday afternoon at 4pm the Rainey Street Band play acoustic blues.

November marks the third birthday of Jeremy’s and to celebrate they are holding a special party night on Saturday November 19, with a beach party theme.

They will have music from Carly and the Kicks, a limbo competition, prizes, pop up Bacardi bar and beach-themed cocktails.

On the November 30, they are holding a quiz fun night in aid of Overgate. Entry is £6.

Tickets are also on sale for New Year’s Eve with the ever popular Bootylicious playing.

These cost £15 per head and include canapés and a glass of prosecco.

Lightcliffe Cricket Club

Talented local singer/songwriter Roger Davies will be back to perform smash

hits old and new at Coley Village Hall on Saturday November 12.

The ‘bard’ of Brighouse will be supported by Lightcliffe CC star and ace bat maker ‘rockin Wes Brookes.

Both artists brought the house down last year with spine tingling sets.

Roger will be playing songs from across five hit albums, with timeless classics like Brighouse on Saturday Night, Northern Trash, Percy Shaw and the Beer

Belly Blues.

The music begins at 7.30pm, with a break mid- evening for a delicious hot supper.

Tickets, priced at just £10, will be on sale from this Friday.

Contact Bob Horne on 07776 211891.

The doors and bar are open from 6.30pm.

This is the fourth time Roger has performed live at Coley Village Hall, his growing fan-base means tickets will be highly sought after. It promises to be another night to remember.

Michael Brooke, of Lightcliffe Cricket Club, said: “It is great to have Roger performing at Coley Village Hall. Once again, we are expecting a sell out crowd so please book early to avoid disappointment. Roger’s timeless classics transcend across generations. It should be a night not to be missed.”

Dusty Miller

Rob Wilde came on from the Dusty Miller at Hove Edge to say that his new winter menu has been launched this week with two meals for a tenner at lunchtime and evening Monday-Friday. He also caters for people with smaller appetites. His festive menus are also out and there will be more on them in the coming weeks.