Events;Noticeboard

9th April 1999 at 01:00
APRIL

NATIONAL SPRING CLEAN Following up her role as an eco-warrior in the Hollyoaks television series, Dannielle Brent is supporting the Tidy Britain Group's spring clean campaign to help clear the nation's streets, parks, play areas and hedgerows of rubbish. Ring 0870 241 2441 for a free clean-up kit, including plastic tabards, posters and hints for planning your own event.

APRIL

TRAVELLING TIMES A ghostly Roman Legion, Guy Fawkes, notorious highwayman Dick Turpin and the Black Death are touring schools throughout Yorkshire and the surrounding counties courtesy of the York Dungeon Theatre Group. Aimed at pupils aged eight to 11, who are encouraged to join in, the production is linked to the history, English and science curriculum. The group hopes to extend its run to cover the entire school year. Details: Lisa Elfyn 01904 632599.

APRIL 12-24 HORNDEAN VILLAGE

Horndean Camera Club and Horndean Community School, Hampshire, have photographically recorded the landscape, people and wildlife of the village and its surroundings for this exhibition supported by the Arts Council's "Arts for Everyone" scheme. Venue: Barton Hall Foyer, Horndean Campus. Details: Linda Goodwin, 01705 594325 ext. 271.

APRIL 19-23 NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION WEEK

As part of the week, primary and special school teachers are invited to a session of "fun" training in the brickwork shop at West Suffolk College, Bury St Edmunds, April 20, 2-4pm. An accompanying key stage 1 study pack has been produced by the Suffolk Education Business Partnership. Details: Peter Warnock, 01284 716229.

STARTING APRIL 26 FOOTBALL NET

Seven-a-side and five-a-side football leagues are invited to play at Bacons College, Brunel Road, Rotherhithe, London SE16. Fees: pound;10 registration; seven-a-side, pound;25 a game; five-a-side, pound;20. Details: 0958 281475.

JUNE 20-JULY 12 BECOME A TUDOR

Kentwell Hall, in Suffolk, is planning a great 16th-century pageant centred upon a tournament and is looking for experienced riders willing to learn how to joust, or be stiltwalkers,jugglers and tumblers. The usual occupations and trades to be found at the manor are also required, such as merchants, yeomen, stewards, cooks, bakers, brewers, smiths,carpenters and spinners. Volunteers should be capable of helping to recreate wondrous decorated carts and wagons, complex mechanical beasts, masks, flags, heraldic arms and costumes. Send a large SAE to: The Re-Creations Administrator, Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk CO10 9BA.

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