Category Archives: Reviews of past events

Strictly Live January 20th. 2018

Thirty STRICTLY fans enjoyed a visit to STRICTLY LIVE at the Birmingham Arena.

 

Above: Christine Connelly, Beryl Lane, Helen Hepton, Lynn Stubbs,(scoring 10), Kath Shubinsky,  Steve Parsons , Pat and Janet Mcgurk & Joan Bonsell

Above: Pat Hayward, Eunice Lewis, Pam Hill, Ann Walthorne, Pat Wilkinson, Honor Tweddle, Jane Lavell & Valerie Howes

Above: New Phoenix members, Cynthia Challenger, Gwen Tolley & Carole Pattison (front)

Pat Hayward, Eunice Lewis, Ann Walthorne (behind)

Surrounded by glitter balls, sequins & sparkles, and sensational dancers, we enjoyed an afternoon of fun, feel good and FAB-U-LOUS entertainment.

We were treated to all four finalists from the recent TV contest: Debbie McGee & Giovanni Pernice, Alexandra Burke & Gorka Marquez, Gemma Atkinson & Aljaž Skorjanec and reigning champions Joe McFadden & Katya Jones.

They were joined by  Susan Calman & Kevin Clifton, Davood Ghadami & Nadiya Bychkova and Jonnie Peacock & Oti Mabuse

(Image: Official Strictly Twitter)

 

Congratulations to Debbie and Giovanni who won the first matinee performance of 2018!

 

Many thanks to Pat Wilkinson for organising a second outing to the THURSFORD SPECTACULAR

Thanks to James Bergin for the photographs.

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CIRENCESTER-Tuesday 9th. May 2017

 

This outing was led by David Wilkinson who is the retired Stafford Borough archaeologist and who used to live and work in Cirencester, known as the capital of the Cotswolds.

 

Low aerial view of the Cirencester amphitheatre

 

Corinium Museum, Cirencester

The award winning Corinium Museum is the must-see visitor attraction of the Cotswolds.
Leave the 21st century behind you and discover the treasures of the Cotswolds as you explore its history at this multi award winning Museum.

The Corinium Museum has one of the finest and most extensive Roman collections in the country. Corinium, Roman Cirencester, was the second largest Roman town outside London and the major Roman administration centre for south-western Britain.

Other attractions include the Brewery Arts Centre and the parish church.