We had a great evening of fantastic music and song on April 23rd at Calver Village Hall at our 1940s Themed Tea Dance. Homemade cakes and sandwiches kindly donated by Cllr. Kath Potter, Annie Mitchell & Alison Crump, who couldn't come but still gave generously.
The hall was decorated with bunting and Union flags and tables were groaning under the weight of all sorts of sandwiches which the committee managed to make with their rations and with help from local butcher LW Hancock & Son.
Music was provided by the Nick Chandley Band, well-known musicians who regularly perform at Sheffield City Hall. Our friend and regular chanteuse Lucy Hope sang 40s favourites not only in English but in French and Lili Marlene in German too.
The event attracted all ages from 5 to 90 year olds, but it was the 90 year olds that showed the rest of us up.
A huge "Thank You" to all who attended, bought raffle tickets, donated cakes & prizes and their time.