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The Cuddington, Chearsley & Nether Winchendon Sunshine Club, with the backing of Buckinghamshire Community Foundation, is pleased to announce an exciting new venture — Matinée Cinema!  

Residents of Cuddington and neighbouring villages are invited to this bi-monthly treat, beginning on Monday 26th January, when the ever popular South Pacific will be screened.
Performances will take place at The Village Picture House, The Bernard Hall, Cuddington at 1.30pm (doors open 1pm).  

Admission is £4 (concessions £3).  Tea and home-made cake will be served at the interval (£1).  
We plan to show films you have loved and will be delighted to see again!  

The seats are comfortable and the welcome friendly.  Not to be missed! For further information call: 01844 299 150

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