Local Kung Fu Club Gets Grading Success in 2016

Local Kung Fu Club Gets Grading Success in 2016

Your local Kung Fu club ‘Hung Kuen Shaolin Kung Fu’ enjoyed great success at our grading held on Sunday 23rd of October at Littleport Leisure centre – writes Kaira Smith. We promoted eleven students to the grade of first yellow belt, one to second green, one to first blue, and two to the senior level of second blue. The Littleport children did especially well and represented the village excellently in front of the head of…

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YPL Cinema Club News

YPL Cinema Club News

YPL is at last able to let you know that a full programme of future films and showing times is coming soon. We will initially be showing age appropriate films for the following age groups: Families with young children (under the age of 5 years) 5 – 7 year olds 7 – 9 year olds 9 – 11 year olds All children must be registered with us. Membership is FREE and film viewing is FREE….

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An Interview with Phil Malkin

An Interview with Phil Malkin

Littleport’s Roving Reporter interviewed the founder of YPL aka Young People Littleport, Phil Malkin, to find out about how YPL is run and what is being provided for the community it was set up to serve. She found Phil in his small office in the large industrial unit in Henry Crabb Road, by name the YPL Indoor Arena. On the subject of some charity shops’ high prices, Phil said, “What we have found now is…

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YPL Hosts Free Drama Classes

YPL Hosts Free Drama Classes

With class act Mark Tunstall Mark Tunstall has been a professional actor for over twenty years, including lead roles in television, film, theatre and radio. You may be aware if you’re a soap fan that he played Adam Leigh in Brookside. Recently Mark was Head of Drama at The Pauline Quirke Academy and this included teaching voice and speech lessons, acting techniques, monologue work, movement, modern and classical text work, sight reading, warm-up skills and…

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Arts are Alive in Littleport Library

Arts are Alive in Littleport Library

On March 24th Littleport Library played host to its first Arts Alive in Libraries event, a performance of two M R James ghost stories by local actor, Robert Lloyd Parry. I am delighted to say that the feedback from the forty seven strong audience was also extremely positive; “Excellent, atmospheric, very entertaining and spine chilling!”; “So nice to come to something local and affordable.”; “Really enjoyable performance. Extremely good value!”; “Hope there are more events…

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