Auction of Promises

Dear All

As you know, we have achieved extensive improvements to the Village Hall over the last three years.  We thank everyone in the community for their continuing support of events that happen every week, month and year.  The Hall Committee is now planning further improvements to the ladies toilets, replacing the curtains and ambitiously to install a sound system and eventually to look for a new kitchen.  These improvements will draw further on funds which have already been depleted by contributing to the costs of replacement windows and boilers, rewiring, insulation, replacement of the gents toilets etc.

 

You may help easily by supporting this auction event by being there on the evening and by providing items to be auctioned or making a “promise(s)”   of your time or something you have made.  A promise(s) can be anything from baking to a zen massage, or gardening to a ukulele lesson.

 

Please complete the attached document stating what item you will donate or the “promise(s) you will undertake, and post it in the letter box at Sunnybank, The Square, Letham. Auction items will be collected near to the event time as required.

 

 Many thanks in advance. Kath Black, (on behalf of the Hall Committee)

Auction Form

Letham Lights- Community Cinema

The latest exciting new venture Letham Lights is launching this summer.DEC NEW BATCH Lats_poster_1016x762mm_25pc.indd
A community based cinema that will bring the community together to watch films in a fun and different way.

The Letham Lights team have their own website and facebook pages at

www.lethamlights.org and https://www.facebook.com/lethamlights.org

The first screening is on Sunday 21st August 2016 at 3pm in the Village Hall.

“We believe that there is more to watching a film than sitting in front of the TV. We would like to bring back the idea of the local cinema being somewhere to meet and share a film with others and to have a bit of fun.”

 

The film is the award winning . Here’s the trailer…

See the lethamlights website for ticketing details.

 

Please come along and support this new project.

Coffee Morning Season 

It is the second Saturday in September tomorrow, so that means it is the start of Coffee Morning Season at Letham Village Hall. They will take place on the second Saturday of every month throughout the winter. We will be serving coffee, tea, juice, biscuits and pancakes with the usual stalls and raffles (we are open to suggestions for alternatives!). Please come if you are able – the small amounts raised each month help pay the winter fuel bills.

Massaging the figures

Residents of all ages benefited form a massage at Letham Village Hall yesterday (Sunday 3rd May) as part of the fundraising campaign to raise funds for the community defibrillator.

Marie Lamont, a local  Shiatsu Practitioner and a colleague were releiving tensions with a 15 minute massage for charity. The event raised a fantastic £220 for fund.

Maries website can be found at http://www.kitolifeshiatsu.co.uk/

On Yer bike and have a coffee!

Dr Bike (Daves bike Shed Aberdour) will be at the Letham Coffee Morning in the Village Hall on

Saturday 8th October 1000-1200

doing FREE checks on all Letham bikes to:

  • check tyres and inflate if necessary;
  • check steering and seating;
  • put bike onto the workstand;
  • check the operation of brakes and gears and make minor adjustments.

This will get your bike safe and on the road again and ready for use on the new cycle routes currently being built around the NHTT area. For work requiring parts special Letham prices apply…

Click here to learn more and see the flyer

Love letters

Following the success of last years Alan Bennet evening John Vaughan has arranged for Red Wine Productions to make a return visit. This time it will be getting a bit more romantic for a valentines evening. At the last event all who attended enjoyed staying behind for a chat after the performance and hope this time round things will be no different. See below tickets and more information.
All proceeds will go towards helping the Village Hall invest in improvements that will cut its energy use and bills.

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