TEAMAnster is holding a quiz night on Friday, July 20th to raise money for Anstruther’s Christmas Festival. Brain-storming begins at 7pm in the Anstruther Town Hall.
If you are free , come along and get your colleagues, friends and family involved, too. There are some fantastic prizes up for grabs, but, best of all, bragging rights are priceless!
Reindeers are rumoured to be part of the festivities this year, and give Santa a run for his money! Come support your community at the Quiz Night and help make this year’s Christmas Festival a terrific one!
Officer K (Ryan Gosling), a new blade runner for the Los Angeles Police Department, unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. His discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former blade runner who’s been missing for 30 years.
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Screening: Thursday 14th June at 8pm
Admission for Adults is £5, and for Under 18s it is £2. Tickets available on the door.
The Anstruther and District Amateur Musical Society is having a coffee morning on Saturday, June 16 from 10am to noon. The East Neuk Centre, Ladywalk, Anstruther will be the site for this fund-raising way to start your weekend. Entry is £2.50 for home baking and as much tea and coffee as you can drink, with a raffle and bottle stall giving everybody a chance to try their luck!
CHILDREN’S WORKSHOP REGISTRATION DATE EXTENDED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND!
Fancy yourself as the next Oliver, consider yourself taking on Dodger or being a part of the workhouse children/ Fagin’s Gang? Why not take part in the children’s workshop on Sunday 29th April from 1pm – 4pm. As we have already had a number of people interested we have decided to extend the period you can register to take part to next Friday (20th April). Please register your interest to email@example.com. There is no fee for the workshop, but there is a £35 fee to be a part of the show, to cover insurance, rehearsal space hire etc. Children must be aged 8 or over to take part. Rehearsals will take place in Anstruther. If you require any further information, please feel free to message us or direct to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope and look forward to seeing you there!
WHAT IS BIKEABILITY SCOTLAND?
It’s a cycle training programme that teaches children to cycle safely, learn how to deal with traffic, and above all, gets children excited about cycling.
Level 1 training teaches pupils the basic skills of riding a bike, such as balance, control, and making turns. It is usually delivered in P5 and takes place in the playground or another traffic-free environment. Learning about cycling can form a useful part of the Curriculum for Excellence, and helps to contribute to Eco-Schools Awards.
HOW CAN I HELP?
We are looking for — we NEED — Volunteers, who are essential to this project.
A Volunteer can be a parent, a member of schools staff and/or a member of the local community (16 and over) with an interest in cycling.
The Volunteers will be given the opportunity to attend training locally to become a Cycle Training Assistant (CTA). This will give them the skills and confidence to roll out Bikeability cycle training in schools, and they will then be supported by a Cycle Trainer when implementing cycle training in schools.
If you are interested in Volunteering, or want to find out more about Bikeability, there will be an opportunity at Bike in the Park 2, on Sunday 8th April, to put your name forward, obtain leaflets and to get answers to your questions.
Training for balance bike users will be available in the multi-use court at Bankie Park, Anstruther on Sunday 8th April 2018 from noon until 3.30pm.
Learn how to negotiate traffic and signs in safety.
Learn how to ride using a balance bike.
Bring your balance bike or scooter or, alternatively, some balance bikes will be available on the day.
Parents can watch from outside the MUGA court.