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Shoppers's Saturday service at Coxhoe church
St Andrew’s Methodist Church, in Coxhoe, near Durham, holds its latest monthly Shoppers’ Service, on Saturday (November 2), from 10am to 10.30am.
The half-hour service is intended to supplement rather than replace the church’s Sunday worship and is designed for those who may not be able to attend regular services at the church.
Saturday’s guest speaker is lay preacher John Kidd, from Peterlee.
SAUDI GEM: Clayport Film Club’s latest offering is Wadjda, a 2012 Saudi Arabian story of a ten-year-old girl’s bid to defy convention by winning and owning a bike in a Qu’ran competition. It is the first film from the strict Islamic country to be directed by a woman, Haifaa Al Mansour.
The screening, at Clayport Library, opposite the Gala Theatre, in Millennium Place, Durham, is on Thursday, November 7, at 7.30pm. Club membership is £5 per annum, with a charge per film thereafter of £4 for adults or £3 for concessions.
ALLOTMENT YEAR: Durham Organic Gardeners’ Association stages a talk and slide show: ‘A Year in the Allotment’, presented by John Bell and Diewertje Fisk van der Meulen, at Bowburn Community Centre, on Wednesday, November 13, at 7.30pm. There is no admission charge and all are welcome.
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