Another good turnout

Not quite a full house but pretty close. It really makes it all worthwhile when we have a large audience.

It’s the second time I’ve seen The Railway Man and if anything I found it even more hard-hitting. At times during the film I heard gasps from the audience. A friend of my wife made the comment that it is a film that all youngsters should be obliged see; as a form of history lesson. We should never forget what those men endured at the hands of the Japanese.

On a lighter note, next month’s film
Labor Day is a much less traumatic affair. Tinged with a bit of sadness but fundamentally a very uplifting story. We hope to see you all at the Parish Hall.