COMMUNITY EVENTS

Community News

Production & delivery of the Arnside Broadsheet has been suspended until further notice due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.   
            
We are continuing to monitor the situation, and as soon as events restart and our wonderful volunteers are able to distribute, we will restart printing of the broadsheet, so please let us have your notices of ANY forthcoming events as they can be added to the website no matter how far in the future it is. You can email them direct to support@arnsidevillage.co.uk and they will be passed on tot he Broadsheet.

Details of help available locally for people affected by Coronavirus or self-isolating, can be found by clicking here.


Current Closures:

Arnside Country Market  -  closed until further notice.

Helpways  -  closed until further notice.

Arnside W.I. & Village Hall  -  all classes / bookings / events cancelled until further notice.  Enquiries, call Joan Davies on 01524 762438.

Arnside E.I.  -   Now open!  Please email the office on arnsideei@btconnect.com if you have any queries.

Arnside Sailing Club  - Paddle boarding for adults and children in the estuary is available at certain times. We are still taking bookings for adult and children's sailing courses during the summer.
www.arnsidesailingclub.co.uk/learn-to-sail/

The Heron Theatre, Beetham -  Temporary Closure. All theatre events scheduled have been cancelled. The re-opening of the theatre will be reviewed and further information given on our website, noticeboard, and via email for future performances. We thank you for your understanding and we wish you good health in the coming weeks.

Arnside Public Toilets  -  Now open.
Arnside Sight Advice Support Group  -  closed until further notice.

Arnside Chip Shop - order online or by phone for delivery service & Click & Collect. 
To listen to an Audio Service at Arnside Methodist Church by minister, David Stretton, click on this link
552 Bus Service from Arnside to Kendal   
Service running on Wednesday and Friday, 
The stopping points and timetable can be found here: www.cumbria.gov.uk/buses/552

The Monday service and the 550 and 551 services are still suspended.
 
Social Distancing measures will be in place, including the need to wear face coverings, unless exempted for medical reasons.

Please refer to the following link for important information regarding the operation of buses under COVD19 regulations  www.cumbria.gov.uk/buses

November 2020
Items for the Broadsheet MUST be received by the 15th of the month (10th in December) to appear in the following month's Broadsheet and can be emailed to arnsidebroadsheet@hotmail.co.uk or left at Anthony's Village Store, Silverdale Road or Phil Fallows on The Promenade. 
Items can be uploaded to the website at any time by emailing support@arnsidevillage.co.uk
Saturday, 14th November 2020

Arnside Sailing Club Virtual Music Nights Present:  J P Worsfold

During Lockdown, Arnside Sailing Club are running virtual music nights and tonight's gig is J P Worsfold. 
Click onto our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/jpworsfold) at 9pm to watch live.

J P Worsfold is the traditional English folk troubadour that has been missing from the modern musical climate for far too long.
His debut album 'The Boy and the Mountain' was released in January 2020.
Saturday, 21st November 2020

Arnside Sailing Club Virtual Music Nights Present: Elaine Davidson

During Lockdown, Arnside Sailing Club are running virtual music nights and tonight's gig is Elaine Davidson. Click onto our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/events/) at 9pm to watch live. 

This talented singer songwriter with a beautiful voice, Elaine  has the unique ability to write a lovely melody with incredibly honest lyrics, delivering them with depth and passion. S
he has brought out four albums, including "Can't Tell the River" produced in California. 

www.elainedavidson.com

 'The Forest Being Club - Shinrin Yoku' - Arnside Knott, 10:30am - 12:30pm. 
Shinrin-yoku is the Japanese term for “forest bathing” or immersing oneself in the atmosphere of the forest for relaxation and wellbeing. Now a growing global wellness trend because of a multitude of benefits that we receive by spending time BEING with and in Nature. A slowing down and engaging the senses with the natural world, supports health and wellbeing: physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually, lowering stress and anxiety and strengthening the immune system. As a relatively new evidence based practice, Forest Medicine research states that time spent in the Forest, supports the following: - improvements in short term memory - restored mental energy - stress relief - reducing inflammation - concentration - sharper thinking - creativity - immunity (phytonsides in the leaves and branches can increase natural killer cells, white blood cells) - mental health such as anxiety, depression, burn out - lowers blood pressure For more details and how to book click here.
 Saturday, 28th November 2020

Arnside Sailing Club Virtual Music Nights Present: New England Spirit Animals 

During Lockdown, Arnside Sailing Club are running virtual music nights and tonight's gig is New England Spirit Animals. 
Click onto our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/events/) at 9pm to watch live. 

Kat and Mike, the New England Spirit Animals, play bluegrass, country gems, fiddle tunes, songs about the sea and blues. 
They played at the Sailing Club in March 2019 with Damon Kilcawley and Ruth Jacobs. a magical evening where they had everybody spellbound.
December 2020
Items for the Broadsheet MUST be received by the 15th of the month (10th in December) to appear in the following month's Broadsheet and can be emailed to arnsidebroadsheet@hotmail.co.uk or left at Anthony's Village Store, Silverdale Road or Phil Fallows on The Promenade. 
Items can be uploaded to the website at any time by emailing support@arnsidevillage.co.uk
Sunday, 20th December 2020

'The Forest Being Club - Shinrin Yoku'  -  Arnside Knott, 10:30am - 12:30pm.
Shinrin-yoku is the Japanese term for “forest bathing” or immersing oneself in the atmosphere of the forest for relaxation and wellbeing. Now a growing global wellness trend because of a multitude of benefits that we receive by spending time BEING with and in Nature.

A slowing down and engaging the senses with the natural world, supports health and wellbeing: physically, mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually, lowering stress and anxiety and strengthening the immune system.

As a relatively new evidence based practice, Forest Medicine research states that time spent in the Forest, supports the following:
- improvements in short term memory
- restored mental energy
- stress relief
- reducing inflammation
- concentration
- sharper thinking
- creativity
- immunity (phytonsides in the leaves and branches can increase natural killer cells, white blood cells)
- mental health such as anxiety, depression, burn out
- lowers blood pressure

For more details and how to book click here.
January 2021
Items for the Broadsheet MUST be received by the 15th of the month (10th in December) to appear in the following month's Broadsheet and can be emailed to arnsidebroadsheet@hotmail.co.uk or left at Anthony's Village Store, Silverdale Road or Phil Fallows on The Promenade. 
Items can be uploaded to the website at any time by emailing support@arnsidevillage.co.uk

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