ON DECEMBER 22 the South Wonston carol singers raised £139.24 for Emmaus Hampshire by performing at the social club and around the village.

ENJOY the story of Beauty and the Beast as a pantomime next month in Micheldever.

The show by Helen Gard and Jo Stokes will take place between January 21 and 25 at Northbrook Hall.

Ticket prices cost between £8 and £10m with performances starting at 7.30pm, with a matinee at 2.30pm on January 25.

For tickets, go to www.ticketsource/mvg or call 07731 651092.

A DATE for the diary for next year – South Wonston Village Cinema will show Knives Out with Daniel Craig for its first film after Christmas on January 18.

The film has been acclaimed by the British Film Institute as the “biggest draw in indie cinemas for a recently released film”.

Other films booked for the spring season are Downton Abbey on February 15 and Official Secrets on March 21. An extra film in the artists special series is Mrs Lowry and Son for one showing only on March 6. For further details call David Selby on 01962 881796.

THE next meeting of Barton Stacey Parish Council will take place in the village hall on January 21 at 7.30pm.

THE next Barton Stacey ‘Coffee and Library at The Village Hall’ will be on Saturday January 11 from 10am – 12noon. People are invited to come along, browse books and have a cuppa.

The following two events will take place on January 22, 3-5pm and February 8, 10am – 12noon.

THE next community cafe at The Victoria Hall in Sutton Scotney will take place on February 5.

Join for a friendly chat over a cup of tea or coffee and a piece cake.

The cafe is open from 9.30am until 12pm.

THE Hampshire Chronicle is always keen to hear local news from Micheldever, South Wonston, Sutton Scotney and Barton Stacey.

Email news, events and information from the area to news@hampshirechronicle.co.uk.