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Cranleigh Film Club – November 2018

Cranleigh Film Club – November 2018

Cranleigh Film Club is showing Graduation (15) on Thursday 29 November starting at 7.30pm; doors open at 7.00pm. As usual our film will be shown in the Band Room, GU6 8AF, and there is ample parking in the adjacent Village Way car park. Graduation (15) A doctor’s daughter in the Romanian town of Cluj is ...

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Book Review – Lest We Forget – Max Arthur

Book Review – Lest We Forget – Max Arthur

'I would highly recommend that you purchase and treasure this small but massively powerful compilation.' - Amazon Reviewer This expertly assembled anthology draws on the remarkably successful Forgotten Voices series. Lest We Forget brings together first-hand memories from the Great War to the Second World War, to ...

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Cranleigh Film Club – October 2018

Cranleigh Film Club – October 2018

Cranleigh Film Club is showing Aquarius (18) on Thursday 25 October starting at 7.30pm; doors open at 7.00pm. As usual our film will be shown in the Band Room, GU6 8AF, and there is ample parking in the adjacent Village Way car park. Refreshments are available. AQUARIUS: Clara, a music critic in Kleber ...

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Book Review – The Challenge – Tom Hoyle

Book Review – The Challenge – Tom Hoyle

'The central characters are intriguing, and there is a genuine air of mystery!' - Amazon Reviewer The Challenge is a riveting adventure thriller about an internet game gone wrong. Ben's been grief-stricken for his best friend, Will, who abruptly vanishes from their village a year ago. But when twins Sam and Jack ...

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Cranleigh Film Club – Season 8 (2018-2019)

Cranleigh Film Club – Season 8 (2018-2019)

SEASON 8 of Cranleigh Film Club welcomes you to the Band Room for a season of 12 international films. TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT: Friday Sept 14th (open evening, free entry) A working Two Days, One Night (15) (Friday 14 September) is a tense, human drama starring Marion Cotillard, a film about removal of the dignity that ...

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Book Review – The Memory Shop – Ella Griffin

Book Review – The Memory Shop – Ella Griffin

'A wonderfully charming read, very relatable and real characters that all come together in one way or another.' - Waterstones Customer Will every cherished possession find the perfect home? Nora's world has been flipped upside-down. Fleeing heart-break in London, she returns to visit her childhood home in Dublin ...

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Book Review – Running On Empty – S. E. Durrant

Book Review – Running On Empty – S. E. Durrant

'This is such a considerate book. AJ is caring for his family as best he can, but an 11-year-old can only do so much.'  - Waterstones Customer AJ's grandfather has always been the one to hold his strange family together, so when he passes away things start to untie at the ends. AJ is concerned about his parents but ...

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Book Review – Modern Upcycling – Susanna Zacke

Book Review – Modern Upcycling – Susanna Zacke

'A nice book with lovely photos and simple ideas. Great for DIY instructions and casual design ideas.' - Amazon Customer Don't just get rid of old materials leftover from finished projects. Upcycling is today's biggest growing trend in craft and decor, and expert crafters Susanna Zacke and Sania Hedengren show how ...

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Book Review – Keep Moving – Dick Van Dyke

Book Review – Keep Moving – Dick Van Dyke

‘Dick's positive outlook is a revitalising tonic for anyone who needs to know that life should be lived.’ - Waterstones 'When people ask what’s my secret to staying youthful at an age when getting up and down from your chair on your own is an achievement, you know what I tell them? Keep moving.' Show-business ...

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