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Tarrington is a small village located half way between Ledbury and Hereford on the A438, in the county of Herefordshire. The village has 226 residencies and a population, according to the 2011 census of 576. The village has three main meeting places, a public house the Tarrington Arms, the Lady Emily Community Hall housed in the former village school and a Parish Church, St Philip and St James.
In terms of the landscape, the area falls within two of the national character areas, as defined by Natural England: the Herefordshire Lowlands and South Herefordshire and Over Severn, embodied by a gently undulating tranquil and rural landscape.
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Flicks in the Sticks, Films at Lady Emily Hall, Tarrington (HR1 4EX) are planned to resume on 12th September 2020, subject to Government and council regulations.
Attendance will be limited to 30 seats, Track and Trace measures will be in place.
If possible, please buy your tickets on-line, via Arts Alive (artsalive.co.uk) or 01588 620883). If mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org need to pay on the door, payment is by card only (contactless or Chip and Pin). Tickets are £5.00 adult, £3.00 U-16, £2.50 Film Club member
Saturday 12th September @ 7:30pm Judy 12a
Legendary performer Judy Garland(Renée Zellweger) arrives in London in
1968 to perform a series of sold-outconcerts. However, the tour doesn’t
go to plan and she struggles to reconcile her wish to have a “normal”
family life with the pressures to satisfy her fans. Renee Zellweger won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in this film.