PADWICK SHOWS WITH TEA AND CAKE (AND SANDWICHES)
The amazingly popular Christine and Peter Padwick shows continue throughout 2019!
50th SHOW IN APRIL!
4th anniversary celebration on 10th October 2018
Wed 24th Apr: The Bed
Mattresses, laziness, John Denver, bed bugs, nightmares, candles, Shakespeare, snoring, Lady Hamilton, Peggy Lee, dreams & more
Wed 22nd May: Mothers (Change of venue just this once to Salisbury Methodist Church, St. Edmunds Church Street)
The Brontes, ITMA, Mothering Sunday, Whistler, simnel cake, JS Bach, Cynthia Payne, salmon, ‘Cider with Rosie’, Pam Ayres, infants & more
Wed 19th Jun: The Victorians
The rich & the poor, work & leisure, Prince Albert, Mrs Beeton, satire, the Tolpuddle Martyrs, workhouses, Gladstone, football, cricket & more
Wed 18th Sep: The Edwardians
Suffragettes, Baden-Powell, Pathe News, Marconi, Boer War, Titanic, HG Wells, Rolls Royce, Temperance, Captain Scott, Marmite & more
Wed 16th Oct: Rivers
Showboat, the Mersey, bridges, Wind in the Willows, Schubert, Henley, Poohsticks, Dartford, fishing, Stanley Holloway, the Nile, ferries & more
Wed 20th Nov: The Queen – Snapshots of A Life
Wed 4th Dec: Love
Each show bristling with music, laughter, songs & facts
2.45 for 3pm: The Salvation Army Church, Salt Lane SP1 1EE
£5 on entry – ring Gordon on 01722 504295 to book or just turn up.
Every penny goes to: Salisbury Trust for the Homeless
For fundraising events please phone Gordon Pardy on 01722 504295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to become involved.
- Salisbury Trust for the Homeless received an Office of Police Crime and Commissioner (OPCC) grant from Wiltshire Community Foundation. The grant aims to support projects which seek to bring communities together to tackle local issues to improve trust and understanding. With this funding the organisation can continue to provide housing for adults in a safe environment.
- As of March 2019 the total fundraising from Padwick Shows since October 2014 now stands at £13,390!
- So far, in the current financial year, over four out of five of our clients who left our service returned to independent living.