A Christmas Bazaar will take place on Saturday from 10am to 1pm.

Table tops are available at £5 each. Those booked so far include several craft stalls, local produce, chutney and jams, cushions, tombola, bric-a-brac, and Save the Children Fund Christmas items. Refreshments will also be on sale.

Up Frankie, a performance based on the life of comedian Frankie Howerd, will take place at the village hall on Saturday night, from 7.30pm.

The show, in association with Shindig, The Angus and Ross Theatre Company, features Dominic Goodwin, of the Ratatat Theatre Company. Tickets are £8 for adults and children aged 12+.

The Harvest Festival Service, supper and auction of produce last month helped raise funds towards the costs of running and maintaining the hall. More than a hundred people sat down to share a three course meal prepared by the village hall committee before nearly 70 lots went under the hammer.

The village hall also held their first apple day, which proved such a great success that organisers plan to make an annual event.

Visitors came from far and wide with sacks of apples and more than 300 litres of wonderful fresh local juice were produced.