Join us at Wreningham cinema

We are planning to hold an afternoon film show, on the last Wednesday of the month during the winter (except December 28th), in Wreningham Village Hall as our contribution to the “warm space” scheme. A chance for you to turn down the heating at home and join us for a film and hot drink.

Our license will not allow us to advertise the title of the film but on Wed. 30th November at 2 pm we will be showing – “a true story about a crane operator who gained entry to the 1976 Golf open, despite never having played any golf”. Reviews: “An uproarious comedy” “Made me cry with laughter”. There is no charge to see the film, but an optional donation towards the refreshments would be appreciated.

Run by The Upper Tas Valley Benefice and open to anybody in our parishes, whether or not they attend our churches.

Book a Lunch

If you live alone or are struggling to make ends meet we will be offering a warm lunch at 1 pm before the film but this needs to be booked in advance. Contact Christine Minns for details if you are interested or if you know of somebody else who might be. Tel: 01508 488123


We will try to organise transport for the less able or non-car owners. Please let Christine know if you will require transport.

About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

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