Players raise funds

The Buildwas Players’ pantomime ‘Peter Pan’, performed in February, raised £1,000 towards the renovation of Holy Trinity Church in Buildwas.

As the cycle starts again with the script being chosen and edited and songs selected, the Players are on the hunt for new members to help make their next show a success. Rehearsals start again in Buildwas Village Hall in early September with performances set to take place in February 2019. If you’re interested in taking part, either as a performer or as a member of the crew, call 01952 432497 or find the Buildwas Players on Facebook.


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