Local company Lighthouse Films have produced an interesting piece on Sean Corcoran’s appearance at last year’s Seaside Festival.
Spittal Improvement Trust have joined together with members of the Berwick United Reformed Church, formerly known as St Paul’s Church, to hold a traditional Burns Supper night in memory of the bard. This will be a traditional Burns Supper night with readings and songs, pipe music as well as haggis,neeps and tatties.
The evening is being held in the Church Hall on Middle Street, Spittal, from 7:30pm.
Tickets are available in the Spittal Shop.
Tuesday evening sees the opening night of the Spittal Variety Group pantomime production of Robin Hood & The Babes in the Wood
at the Maltings theatre.
For info and to book see info here.
The last batch of fundraising calendars which feature either “Old Spittal” or “Spittal Views” have just been distributed therefore this will be the last chance to get a copy.
They are available at Spittal Foodstore, Highcliffe Shop, Hope’s Newsagents in Tweedmouth or Grieve’s Stationers in the town centre.
Shunters have recently taken up one of the units at 1 Main Street having moved from north of the water.
They provide various services – see their webpage for more info – http://www.shuntersltd.co.uk