Retro Rendezvous

A full weekend of fabulous Ulverston retro fun.
Music, food, dance, cinema, clothes, markets, cars, motorcycles, drink and cycling.

Extended Meeting for Worship

Extended Meeting for Worship is held every last Thursday of the month from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm. Friends are welcome to come for as much or little of the time during this Extended Meeting for Worship. All are welcome to worship and to join in a simple lunch of soup, bread, and cheese afterwards.

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The Power of Self Confidence

On this course we will learn special meditations to improve our self confidence so that we joyfully overcome the obstacles life presents us with. For more information, go to:

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Planet Mirth 9 – Comedy in Ulverston Town

Our first of the year and it’s a belter! Eddy Brimson – “The Crowd Loved Him” – The Guardian As seen on BBC1 – Sky – HBO – Bravo Alex Boardman – Regular MC at Comedy Store Manchester “A great comic and a skilled writer” – Sarah Millican Alasdair Beckett-King – Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017 “A suave stand up with some killer lines” – Arthur Smith Lee Kyle – Chris Ramsey Tour Support “Very funny” – Manchester Evening News Nick Cranston – “One of the North East’s most promising comedians” – Gigglebeats Tickets – £10.50 Or

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Electric Swing Circus

The Electric Swing Circus is a live 6-piece fusion of saucy 20’s swing and stomping electro beats. Drawing influence from 1920’s swing and jazz, the explosive sound of the Electric Swing Circus reverberates back through time, re-inventing the genre of electro-swing for an ever expanding, multi-generational audience. The ESC’s sound is a powerful combination of electric double bass, vintage samples, gypsy-jazz guitar, keys, live drums, dirty synths and electro beats. Fronted by a sassy female double-act, with extensive variety of vocal styles, the ESC delivers a consistently dazzling show. Their debut, self-titled album is available now on Ragtime Records. The

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DaffyDo – Daffodil Run or Walk

The fondly named ‘DaffyDo’ originated from the floods of Storm Desmond in 2015. Pooley Bridge was washed away and the village cut in half for six months. We organised a run or walk from Pooley to highlight the issue and to celebrate the wonderful trails and scenery around Pooley Bridge.

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