Live at the Conservative Club, Chapel Street, Queensbury from 7.30 pm. Tickets available in advance, from May, these cost £7.50 each. Please note that food will only be available in a ration bag so we have more room for dancing.
This 40’s sweetheart will whisk you back to the days when people in the British commonwealth and empire, were united to fight for freedom and world peace. With her warm personality and lovely voice she reminds us of those days of unity romance and heartfelt emotion that were such a part of the 1940’s. Not only the songs that gave moral to the allies, Maria also entertains you with some of the best popular songs from the 40’s era. from such legends as:Vera Lynn, Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, Anne Shelton, Doris Day, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Guy Lombardo, Vaughn Munroe, Charlie Chaplin, Andrews Sisters, Al Jolson, Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee. plus many many more.
On Friday 25th March 2016, Stuart Walker and Joan Milner, both members of the Queensbury Community 1940’s Day committee were presented with a cheque for £250 by Lynda and Paul Cromie.
This is to be spent on providing free afternoon entertainment to the residents of Queensbury at this year’s 1940’s Day to be held on Saturday 18th June 2016.
Last year the event was a success, more entertainment is being provided this year, therefore costs have increased, leading to a need to raise more money. This donation will certainly ensure that the event can take place. Many thanks to Lynda and Paul on behalf of local residents who will be attending this year’s event.
I am writing to let you know that the early bird discount offer for the chargeable garden waste collection service has been extended to the 31st May 2016 due to continued demand. This is to allow residents who wish to sign up by telephone the opportunity to do so up to and after the Bank holiday weekend.
Any resident wishing to sign up on or after the 1st June 2016 will pay the annual licence cost of £35.00. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Waste Programme Manager, Susan Spink on ext. 4779
Strategic Director Environment & Sport
3rd Floor, Jacobs Well, Bradford, BD1 5RW
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Department of Environment & Sport
I am finding it difficult to find the girls from my school year. It will be 50 years since we were all at school. Here are a list of the girls name which may have changed through marriage.
Girls ~ Susan Bains, Geraldene Germain, Enid De Gray, Cynthia Drake, Linda Johnson, Carol Smith, Susan Mitchell, Margaret Woodhead, Dorothy Ellis, Jennifer Leeming, Anne Kay, Anne Walker, Joyce Mann, Marleen Seal, Lynne Norton, Susan Hainsworth.
Boys ~ Christopher Armitage, John Newsam, Terry Henley, Bill Harrison, Barry Wales, Richard Edmondson, Geoffrey Brown.
I can find some of the other boys ~ Derek Waugh, Joe Monk, Gavin Platts, Howard Creber, Brian Sumner, John Downes, Derek Wood, Steven Lorrimer, Johnny Lees.
Thank you for your help.
QUEENSBURY PERFORMING ARTS
ARE A COMMUNITY GROUP WITH A DIFFERENCE.
Our aim is to put on a yearly pantomime production
Following on from our first successful pantomime Cinderella staged last year we are once again recruiting new members to become part of our great cast/chorus. If you don’t like being on stage then why not help us out behind the scenes or front of house we need committed people to ensure the production runs smoothly.
If you are aged 4 upwards why not be part of our next pantomime
SLEEPING BEAUTY meets ROBIN HOOD
Rehearsals are 7.30 pm Wednesdays term time only
find out more by contacting:
Sue on 07585671190 Or David on 07817864894 after 5pm
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT A DANCING/ACTING SCHOOL
A Production Secretary and Publicity Person are required urgently
The Queensbury History Society
The History Society Archivist has put together a small photographic display in Queensbury Library featuring Public Houses past and present, this will be there until 20th May.
Queensbury Library opening Times are: – Wed 9am-1pm and 2pm -5pm, Fri 2pm- 5pm and Sat 9.30am -12noon Tel 01274 882261 (Library Enquiries only).
Mrs Sheila Thornton, Archivist Tel 01274 882479 (Display and History enquiries).