This week the Eyam Mechanics Institute opened its doors to GEP’s fifth official Comedy Night.
This year, due to overwhelming interest the decision was made to extend our run and put on a second show.
Rob Rouse hosted as audiences were entertained by award winning comedians Phil Nicol, Helen Rutter and Brennan Reece as they used the opportunity to preview new material before they head to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. A mixture of stand up, story-telling and comedy drama was presented over the two nights and the audiences laughed and cried along with the hilarious and sometimes moving performances.
Over 140 people braved the heat to join us and helped us raise £1427.20 which will go a huge way to helping playgroup next year.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to putting the nights on, special thanks to Rob, Helen, Phil and Brennan.
Keep your eyes peeled for information on the next Eyam Comedy Fringe Festival!
Advent Spiral Monday 5th December 4-5.30pm £2 per child
This is a magical event that provides an opportunity for a moment of pause, peace and reflection, before the onslaught that is Christmas. Hosted by the National Trust at the Moorlands Visitor Centre, it is truly a magical time.
Entering the room in silence each child is given a candle and invited to light a candle from the centre of the room, and place it on the spiral. Carols are sung and families from the community come together for a chance to be.
A really special event for Christmas. Join us this year to enjoy the magic!
When: 5 December 2016. Time 4 – 5.30
Where: Moorlands Discovery Centre. Longshaw Estate. S11 7TZ. A truly magical introduction to the advent season.
Who: Open to everyone. £2 per child.
Please park in the main Longshaw car park and follow the lanterns through the woods. Please bring a torch – the path is very dark.
This is a magical event and a beautiful start to the Christmas season.
Here is what others say about the event. We do hope you can join us 🙂
Our AGM will be held on Tuesday 8th November, 7.30pm at the Pavilion.
A chance to chat with the staff, look around the room as set out for a session and look at the ways we communicate with home.
It’s that time of year again….changing leaves, cold, clear crisp days and the Wild Wood Experience at the Longshaw Estate.
Following on from last years success – we were voted the best attraction on the day! – we are again hosting the Forest School. Last year people joined us in bread making, butter churning, fire starting, animal disk making, playing on the seesaw or just enjoying some quiet time under the gazebo reading and colouring.
Come along and join us – who knows what forest school fun we will get up to!
Mud Kitchen Reopens Friday 9th September 2016
Everyone is welcome – grown-ups are allowed to come too!
Cost: £2 per child
We look forward to welcoming you 🙂
Don’t forget Pre-school re-opens for the start of the new term on Wednesday 7th September!
We are looking forward to welcoming you all 🙂