Andover Neighbourcare News
A look at the things we are doing at the moment, please call back soon, as we try to update on a weekly base.
Available at the Neighbourcare Book Shop 14 Union Street new chess set £15 and 1983 collectable my little pony £20
Large collection of Louis L'Amour paper backs also an Agatha Christie collection at the Neighbourcare Bookshop 14 Union Street
Andover Neighbourcare will have a Tombola Stall in the market on 11th April so come along and win a prize.
Tombola is a form of raffle in which prizes are pre-assigned to winning tickets. Typically numbered raffle tickets are used, with prizes allocated to all those ending in a particular digit (traditionally a five or a zero). Players pay for a ticket, which they then draw at random from a hat or tombola drum, and can instantly see whether or not they have won a prize.
A quick reminder your yearly membership is now due
Our membership scheme cost just £18 per year or £28 per year for couples. Membership benefits include up to date information with what's happening at Andover Neighbourcare, parties, events and reduced rates on Mini Bus fares. Pop in to the offices or call
Limited spaces book before it is to late
Morning in Salisbury to shop and eat at leisure then - SALISBURY PLAYHOUSE for the
2.15 pm matinee of the comedy “HANDBAGGED” Also starring “Ronald and Nancy
Reagan, Dennis Thatcher” and more! This West End hit was
nominated for Best Comedy at the 2015 Olivier Awards
11 April £30 which includes Theatre Ticket Deposit required of £17.00 for Theatre Ticket
Leaving Neighbourcare Office in Union Street at 11.15am
Moira Buffini’s Handbagged is an antidote to the view of history, common on both stage and screen, that reduces it to palace drawing-room drama.
From the sly opening meta-dramatic reference to the absent fourth wall, this exploration of the relationship between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher, that began life as a one-act play in 2010, is far more playful. Buffini’s extended version imagines what went on in the private meetings between the two women over a period of 11 years. Liz Stevenson’s production is assured, pacy and funny. Scene transitions ring the changes through photo-ops, with movement director Sian Williams contributing a range of tightly-disciplined poses.
LARGE COLLECTION OF WILBUR SMITH BOOKS AT THE NEIGHBOURCARE SHOP 14 UNION STREET
New Tuesday trips out
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