We are aware of postings on social media about the Dunelm buildings or you may have heard through word of mouth, that a proposal has been submitted to develop the former Clifton site into retail floor space and 52 residential dwellings.
Directors of the Clifton Community Arts Centre received individual invitations to a consultation to be held by the developers on Friday 13th October from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and on Saturday 14th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. At that time, no publicity had been made available to the general public.
As you are probably aware, Telford & Wrekin Council have set aside funds to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Telford and have recently announced that they intend to release the first tranche of that funding in early 2018 and the application deadline for such a grant closes on 23rd October.
The release consists of grants up to £2,000 to fund projects in celebration.
We will be applying for an award and would like to hold a five series film festival in the last two weeks of February to hold films where there is a connection with the borough through arts, culture, media or sport. The grant will enable us to hold the films free of charge except for one where we anticipate holding an afternoon tea as well which will be separately charged.
While we have provisionally identified five films from requests we already have we would encourage anybody from the local community to get in contact with us to request a film to be shown.
If you would like such a film to be shown please get in contact with us at email@example.com with details of the film and how it links to the borough.
We circulated the attached leaflet at the film showing last night – and it will be updated when needed – but we thought you would like to share today. Walk in the Woods flyer inc TW survey 2017 Rev 2 leaflet A4
Fabulously successful night last night. Our classic film festival continues with “12 Angry Men” next Saturday at 7.30 p.m. The original, very powerful film stars Henry Fonda. On the edge of your seats as a juror tries to prevent a miscarriage of justice. Support the project, have an interval ice cream, socialise with others and all for five pounds.
Tickets on this website or you can buy them on Saturday 23rd at our stall in Wellington Market from 9.00 until 12 midday.
Earlier in the year we held two quiz sessions at the Sir John Bayley Club on Haygate Road. Beginning with only a few teams, the number doubled for the second quiz and we have been asked to “stage” some more – details are on the poster here! Form a team and join us.
Team of One? Don’t worry – we can match you with a team when you arrive.
We started our film festival last Saturday with a sell out for Brief Encounter and this week we are showing Rio Bravo. There are still seats available so please come to the Belmont Hall at 7.00 for a 7.30 on Saturday if you can to see this cult classic.
We distributed at Brief Encounter an update on our progress towards getting the lease on HSBC and this is attached for everybody’s information. In particular, please note that the TWC consultation exercise for the legacy fund remains open until 18th September. We would be grateful if as many people as possible were to respond to the survey by e-mail or Freepost indicating their support for part of the fund to be applied to us to fit out the HSBC building. This could be an important source of finance for us.
Finally, the next supporters’ meeting will be on Tuesday 19th September at the King Street Café at 18.30. As always, everybody is welcome to attend to receive the latest updates on what is a fluid situation.
Just a quick reminder that the next supporters’ meeting will be this Thursday at the King Street Café at 18.30. Join us for the latest update on the HSBC building and how we are planning the acquisition.
Just to keep you all up to date –
Film bookings coming in now. Brief Encounter Tea+Film especially. Don’t miss out on a seat!
Just to make it clear in answer to a question yesterday. The film and tea are inclusive. If you only wish to see the film that’s fine but the ticket will remain at £10. We believe the film will begin at about 6.00 p.m. but we have to make allowances to clear tables etc. And of course there may not be a seat available, so we still recommend you book and let us know you will not attend the tea. Thank you.
If you have any questions about the Festival in general – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
RIO BRAVO POSTER 8 17 Over time you have asked us to show Westerns. This is one of the most famous with a cast including John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Angie Dickinson and Ward Bond. Not only that – it is directed by one of the most famous Directors in the business – Howard Hawks. PLEASE SUPPORT US BY COMING TO SEE IT and demonstrating for us that WESTERNS WILL BE A POPULAR CHOICE in the future.
Many people have said how much fun it would be to wear 1940’s clothing for the afternoon tea and film. Please “GO FOR IT” if you would like to do so. Perhaps agree with friends with whom you plan to share a table – so everyone “matches” on the day! We would love to be able to see you all dressed up for the film. A4 WW2 costume Click here for details of tickets, date etc., Do let us know at email@example.com if you are coming in costume.