We’re opening our doors once again for our annual Christmas Open Day, giving you the opportunity to step inside the tasty world of Tracklements. On Saturday 1st December from 9.30am – 1pm we invite you to bring your friends and family to our factory near Malmesbury, where you can experience the transformation of the finest ingredients into your favourite sauces, chutneys, jellies and mustards. There will be mulled wine, festive nibbles and it’s a great opportunity to do some Christmas shopping. We look forward to seeing you there!
Delve into the world of Tracklements this December…
Do you love local condiment-maker Tracklements and want to know what goes on behind the scenes? Then visit Tracklements at their Christmas open day on Saturday 2nd December from 9.30am – 1pm!
A fantastic morning for the whole family, go on behind the scenes factory tours to experience the transformation of the finest, natural ingredients into your favourite award-winning chutneys, relishes and mustards.
Mulled wine and festive nibbles will greet you on arrival, and don’t forget to have a browse around the onsite shop. As well as making perfect accompaniments to your Christmas and Boxing Day meals, Tracklements also make great hamper and stocking fillers.
MD, Guy Tullberg says, “Our open day is a once-a-year opportunity to see first-hand exactly how our condiments are made. Festive and fun-packed, it’s a great day out for all of the family.”
This is one date to put in the diary!
Open day Saturday 2nd December, 9.30am to 1pm at Tracklements, Easton Grey, SN16 0RD, www.tracklements.co.uk
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Details (where? when? etc.): It’s Panto time! Oh yes it is!! Join Sherston Drama Group for a retelling of the classic story. Fun and laughs for all ages! Sherston Village Hall, October 25th-28th. There are a few tickets left – get yours soon from Sherston Post Office or by calling 07970111601.
What drama group don’t have horrors putting their productions together, Lynda Snell in The Archers never has an easy ride, our plays and pantomimes don’t happen without the odd hitch along the way; The Farnndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society has it worse than most though with their Murder Mystery play. In their case if it can go wrong it will.
The scenery collapses, cues are missed, lines forgotten and the sound effects take a strange note at times (if they can be bothered to appear at all). The cast present their ambitious evening of entertainment with a cunning whodunit “Murder at Checkmate Manor”. Just in case the audience should get bored there is a film, a fashion show and a murder mystery quiz (complete with prize of course).
The suspense continues to the end and the Chairman is going to keep it going until that curtain falls.
If you managed to see either Peter Pan That Goes Wrong over Christmas on television or have been lucky enough to see The Play That Goes Wrong in London or recently on tour then this production is something you are going to love.
If you wish to get involved backstage, with set building or technical (lights and sounds effects) please call Kirstie Blair on 01666 840096 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets will go on sale on 16th March from the Post Office – £6.50 Child/Concession & £8.00 Adult including refreshments. We look forward to your continued support, remember SDG is not just for Panto.
Sherston Drama Group presents Camelot the Panto.
Performances from Wednesday 26 to Saturday 29 October in Sherston Village Hall,
at 7.30 pm with a Saturday matinée at 2.30pm.
Tickets (£6.50 / £8.00 including refreshments) on sale from Sherston Post Office Stores or from the Box Office via email@example.com or 840092 (evenings).