SOMBORNE Community Cinema is running free film screenings on Monday afternoons as part of the warm spaces initiative.

The first screening was last week with a heart-warming family movie about a performing crocodile. With more than 30 people attending, Lyle, Lyle Crocodile was enjoyed by young and old alike and was a superb response to the first of the warm hub matinees.

Roger Stephens, chairman of the Somborne Community Cinema said: "We guarantee a warm welcome to everyone, and from the comments already received we are really looking forward to the next screenings.

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"That was a brilliant film, my grandson and I had a great time. Well done King's Somborne for a half-term delight in a wonderful hall."

Mr Stephens added: "A great afternoon's entertainment on a huge screen, I can't wait for the next film.

"The cinema in King's Somborne Village hall is fantastic - what a great facility, we'll certainly be back for another film."

The programme continues later this month and then in March and April. All screenings are at King's Somborne Village Hall.

Test Valley Borough Council is sponsoring the initiative. 

Further information about upcoming screenings can be found at: