The Players were formed in 2001 under the aegis of the Village Hall Committee. From the start, all profits made by the Players go towards the up keep of the Village Hall. To date the Hall has benefited by well in excess of £10,000.
The annual show in November varies and has included readings from Dickens, Laurie Lee's Cider with Rosie, Music Halls and Cowardly Custard (about the life of Noel Coward).
The Players also produce an informal evening in July which they called "Puddings and Performances". Members offer song, poems, jokes - anything to entertain, and after each group of performances we feed a pudding to the audience (all home-made by our members). This has now become a popular annual event.
We are always looking for new members and are happy to welcome anyone who fancies 'treading the boards', helping backstage, singing etc.