Children’s clothes/books/toys sell buy and swap: NEXT SATURDAY JANUARY 18th, 10am-12 noon. No entry fee or table fee, just a donation in aid of Morton Church please and to cover costs. All welcome, bring along your items!
2020 Annual General Meeting: Saturday 14th March 2:30pm. All welcome to find out what we get up to, elect new trustees and hopefully for some added attractions too. No admission fee and no press-gang, come along!
Baby-friendly aerobics: Wednesday 10-11 am. An adult class where babies are welcome! Contact Abi via our facebook page or just turn up.
Scottish Dancing: the weekly sessions run every Tuesday evening September to May 7:30 to 9:30pm. All welcome for some relaxed musical exercise.
Childrens’ Dance classes: Michelle runs a selection of classes for 4 year olds and above on Mondays, 4:30-6pm. Chloe runs street dance classes for over 7s on Wednesdays from 3:45pm. Find them both on our calendar page to get in touch.
Pant Babies and Toddlers: every termtime Thursday 9:30 to 11:30. Search facebook for ‘Pant Babies and Toddlers’ to get in touch, all small residents and their taller companions most welcome.
Pant Women’s Institute: 1st Thursday of every month, 7pm. More information and contact details on this page.
Psychic Events: with Caroline. 2020 dates now on calendar. More details on the posters linked from the calendar, or Contact Caroline on 07946 215359 or search facebook for ‘Spiritual Medium’
Offa’s Press Poetry Workshops and Walk: Next event Saturday March 7th. Please email Simon Fletcher for more information and to book your place.
Mindfulness sessions: restart 12th March. Contact Amanda to book your place, email@example.com
UPDATE – Autumn Bazaar 2019 even more of a record breaker! Thanks to everyone for a great afternoon.
Autumn Bazaar 2018 – our record breaker! Most of these photos are from setup as it was way too busy to take any during the event, but more are awaited.
Autumn Bazaar 2017
Morton Minors sing at the 2015 Remembrance Service
In May 2012 the Olympic Torch came by and, the Hall was made available for the public celebrations providing free tea, music, bunting and – conveniences.