Touring theatre company, Gary Starr Pantomimes return to St Johns Hall, Mortimer on Saturday 30 December with their new show Beauty & The Beast.
This panto is suitable for all ages (3-95 years) and is the perfect family event this Christmas.
For more details and to secure your tickets, visit: https://thelittleboxoffice.com/mortimervillage/
The Little Village Pharmacy will be having a Christmas Charity Event on the 2nd December. This is an opportunity to meet the team, have a chat with us and browse our range of over-the-counter products.
All non-medicinal products will be 10% off for the day and there will be snacks and freebies.
Profits from sales of made on that day will be donated to Mortimer Pre-School
Join South Berks Concert Band for our annual Christmas Concert at St Mary's Church in Burghfield. We will have lots of festive music, plenty of refreshments, and a raffle.
Adults: £10, Groups of 6+ adults: £9 each, Accompanied under 16s: free
Tickets available from :
Or from Baobab in Mortimer and Weller's Fruit Shop in Burghfield
The Corn Exchange’s Ageing Creatively Programme is forever growing and this Autumn we are venturing new activity in Burghfield and Mortimer. There are so many varied workshops and classes for you to get stuck into! There is something for everyone – you don’t need any experience or specific skills, everybody is welcome!
Thank you so much for your help. We have raised £1205 to be split equally between the three schools giving them £401.67 each.
For 2023 a total of £1120.33 for each school.
Thanks as always,
Jo, Peta & Rebecca
Results today. Mixed fortunes for the villagers.
Burghfield 2 - 1 Mortimer
Mortimer res 3 - 1 Slough Heating Laurenxians res
Great start to the season for U13 team. Going 3-1 down by half time. Amazing 2nd half and managed to catch a couple of goals to see.
Mortimer U13 4 Charvil U13 3
We had an absolute blast watching the Gonzo Moose production, Is that a Bolt in Your Neck, last Sunday evening. Billed as a comedy horror it could also be described as a love story like you've never seen before. The action was non-stop and the audience engaged and laughing from the start.
As usual Mortimer marked Remembrance Sunday with a uniformed parade to the war memorial where there was a short service and 2 minute silence. This was followed by a service at St John's where the roll of Honour was read.
The Roll of Honour is a list of those from Mortimer who gave their lives in the First and Second World wars. Their names are on the memorial, the list including the units in which they served are as follows:
THE ROLL OF HONOUR
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