Stand-up Comedy Night

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Saturday 10 November, 7:30pm

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Big Deal tito banner 2.jpgBig Deal Comedy presents some of the best new and established comics on the UK circuit.

Jason Stampe is your host for a night of high-rolling, rib-tickling entertainment. Strictly over 18s only (under 25s require ID). Doors 7:30pm, show starts at 8pm. Reasonably priced, well stocked bar open until midnight.

Tickets are £7.50 in advance: click here to buy online or pop into the Love’s Farm House office (9am-3pm weekdays). Please call us on 01480 262626 for more info.

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British Craft Ale & Cheese Tasting Evening

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Friday 16 November, 8pm – midnight at Love’s Farm House

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After the great success of our Belgian beer evening in June, Love’s Farm House is teaming up once again with Shumë, the new bottle emporium in Cross Keys Mews, St Neots, for an evening of the best of British beer and cheeses.

The new wave of British ales is exploding with character, from the big hoppy flavours of Citra and Mosaic hops to IPAs made with lactose and vanilla pods. We’ll be pairing them with some extraordinary cheeses that might just melt your heart… or make your ears Shume Beer Nightjpgfizz with pleasure.

Tickets cost £15 for a tasting menu of five beers and five cheeses for you to sample. Shumë stocks over 30 British craft beers, and the full range will be available to try at the Farm House Bar on Friday 16 November from 8pm.

Tickets are available in advance. Buy online here, from the Love’s Farm House office (9am-3pm weekdays) or from Shumë, Cross Keys Mews.

Notice of AGM

Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting of Love’s Farm Community Centre CIO (Love’s Farm House)

The Trustees and members of the Love’s Farm Community Centre CIO (LFCCC), working as Love’s Farm House are hereby convened to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the financial year 2017-2018 on ​Friday 12​th​ October 2018, from 7:30pm​.

Venue: Love’s Farm House, 17 Kester Way, St Neots, PE19 6SL

Members of the public are welcome to attend.

As with last year, our Annual General Meeting will be held in conjunction with LFCA and include a quiz night and the Love’s Farm Community Awards. In addition, discounted fish and chips will be available from Cox’s at the Lighthouse. There will the opportunity to sign up as a Member on the night and all Members will elect the Trustees and Officers of Love’s Farm House during the evening.

There are five trustee vacancies. Candidates standing for election as trustees are as follows:

Raymon Gompelman
David Ruff
Maria Russo
Helen Lydiatt

In line with the Charity Commission’s ​recommendation​, the Trustees of Love’s Farm House propose an alteration to its ​constitution​ at Chapter 11 (5) Quorum at General Meetings to read: ’11 (5) b) Subject to the following provisions, the quorum for general meetings shall be the greater of 5% or three members.’ This proposal should be considered by the members at the Annual General Meeting.

We look forward to seeing you at the AGM,

Please Join Our Team

Love's Farm House logoLove’s Farm House is managed by Love’s Farm Community Centre CIO, a charity set up and run by local residents. We have our annual general meeting (AGM) on 12 October 2018 and would like to welcome new trustees to our board.

The trustees are volunteers who take overall responsibility for the community centre. At our monthly trustee meetings (on the first Wednesday of each month) we discuss finances, marketing and fundraising, defining policies and procedures, employing and managing staff, planning events and ensuring that we always act in accordance with our constitution and mission statement. We also do lots of practical jobs: gardening, running the bar and café, building maintenance and helping out wherever it’s needed. There’s lots to do but it’s really rewarding.

Some of our trustees are also regular hirers of the building, and it’s useful to have a range of ages, backgrounds and interests to help us serve all parts of the community. Click here for more information from The Charity Commission about what’s involved.

If you’re interested in becoming a trustee (or would like to volunteer in any other way), we’d love to hear from you. Please email chair@lovesfarmhouse.co.uk or call 01480 262626. Please get in touch by Saturday 22 September.

Love’s Farm House’s Halloween Disco Is Back

Saturday 27 October 6-9pm at Love’s Farm House

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Unearth your most ghoulish costumes and terrifying dance moves, as the annual Halloween Disco at Love’s Farm House is back! There will be fun and games for younger children from 6pm and a disco inferno for all ages from 7pm.

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Tickets cost £2 per person in advance. Click here to buy online, or pop into the Love’s Farm House office during our opening hours of 9am-3pm Monday to Friday.

Bwa ha ha ha ha (and so on and so forth).

Summer Fun at the Farm House

 

Magic Carl

School may be out for summer but don’t worry, there is plenty going on at Love’s Farm House for children and adults alike!

Magic Carl will be the star of our summer show on 9 August — 90 minutes of magic and comedy for children of all ages and their grown ups. There will be shows at 10.30am and 1pm. Tickets are £5 per child (parents and siblings under 1 / over 12 are free) and are available to book online at https://ti.to/loves-farm-house/magic-carl.

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For the very little ones, St Neots Library will be relocating its Baby & Toddler Rhymetime to Love’s Farm House for the summer holidays – every second Friday (3, 17 and 30 August) 10.30-11am, £1 per family. Older children have not been forgotten – on Friday 27 July 10.30-11.30am children can come along to Love’s Farm House to sign up for the library’s Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018 and have some craft fun creating their own Beano glasses.

There are plenty of children’s workshops going on this summer too. The summer kicks off with workshops from Limelight Entertainment for ages 3+. This summer they are taking their inspiration from Moana (26 July, 10am-1pm) and Wonder Woman & Spiderman (6 August, 10am-1pm) – their first ever superhero workshop! Workshops cost £15 and must be booked in advance as spaces are limited. Visit www.limelightentertainmentuk.com or call 07825 331453 for more details.

Tiny TotsTiny Tots Dance have been inspired by the stories of Julia Donaldson this summer and will be running workshops on 10 August (based on The Singing Mermaid) and 24 August (based on The Smartest Giant in Town) 9.30-10.45am. There will be crafts and games as well as lots of dancing for ages 2-5 (siblings are welcome too). £6 per child, £2.40 for siblings. Places must be booked in advance, visit www.tinytotsdance.co.uk for further information and to book.

For something a bit different, Movie Memoirs Ltd will be running movie-making workshops for ages 8-12 (Monday 13, Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 August, 10am-12noon), and ages 4-8 (Thursday 16 and Friday 17 August, 10am-12noon). Projects will include filming fictional news reports, adverts, music videos and even their own version of X Factor. £2.50 per child per session. Spaces are very limited and must be booked in advance at www.movie-memoirs.co.uk.

For the Baby and Pre-School age group, Baby Sensory and Love’s Farm Starlings will be running for most of the summer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays respectively (check our What’s On Guide for their summer closure dates). Hartbeeps will also be running a Big Summer Rave on Wednesday 29 August — a sunny, bouncing celebration of summer. £8 per child, visit www.hartbeeps.com for more details and to book.

Jam NightFor the grown ups, many of our regular exercise classes continue over the summer — check the What’s On Guide for the dates of Zumba, Pilates, Yoga and Karate. The Farm House Bar will be open as usual every Friday from 7.30pm. Come along and chat to your neighbours over a few drinks, or get stuck into one of our themed nights. On 10 August you’re invited to bring your musical instruments and singing voices for our Jam Night. The ever-popular Cocktails and Karaoke is on 3 August and 7 September, and of course you can test your knowledge at the LFCA Quiz Night on the last Friday of the month, 27 July and 31 August. On Friday 20th July St Neots Film Club will be showing Black Panther and on 17 August there’ll be a family-friendly film — watch this space for more info. Films start at 8pm, tickets cost £5 on the door.

Don’t forget that the foyer area at Love’s Farm House is open 9am-12noon Monday to Friday throughout the school holidays (closed Monday 6 to Friday 10 August). You can pop in to borrow a book from the Micro Library or bring a cup of coffee and make use of the free wi-fi. This is your community centre, so make the most of it!

 

Belgian Beer Tasting at the Farm House Bar

Friday  July, 8pm – midnight

Shume-beers cropLove’s Farm House is teaming up with Shume, the new bottle emporium in Cross Keys Mews, St Neots, for an evening of Belgian delicacies. Tickets cost £10 and include samples of five Belgian beers and five cheeses. Belgian beer specialist Bart Verhaeghe, who has 30 years experience working in the industry will be sharing his knowledge.

Shume’s full range of over 50 Belgian beers will also be available to buy (and share) by the bottle, as well as plenty of cheese and schnapps. If you’re really lucky we might even throw in some Belgian pop music. Proost!

Please click here to buy tickets online.