Day of Reckoning – Sue Ryder

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who braved the cold to support Day of Reckoning and donated to the Sue Ryder retiring collection – those of you who came will be delighted to hear that the hall now has a new boiler which will make future visits in cold weather far more comfortable!
We have received the following letter from Sue Ryder:

“I am writing to you on behalf of the Sue Ryder fundraising team in the South West to thank you for supporting us during your recent production by holding exit collections. I am delighted to tell you that thanks to the generosity of your audience, you managed to raise a fantastic £172.12! This amount would cover the daily cost of a nurse as well as providing a programme of bereavement sessions to help someone cope with loss.

At Sue Ryder, we believe every person living with any kind of incurable illness has the right not just to receive specialist medical care, but also the emotional support they need to cope with the difficult and distressing effects of their illness. Even more than that, we believe they deserve as much flexibility and freedom as possible to live out the rest of their lives in the way that they want. But this level of care comes at a price, a price that is becoming increasingly difficult to afford. It is thanks to the support of the local community that we are able to continue offering incredible care to those living with incurable illness.

Many thanks once again for your support and we hope that you would like to be involved in fundraising events in the future.”

If you would like to learn more about Sue Ryder, their website address is

Again, many thanks from HTC for your support and generosity.

Calendar Girls – Postscript

We are delighted to be able to announce that due to the success of Calendar Girls, HTC is able to donate the fantastic sum of £2000 to Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
Our thanks goes to everyone who supported the production and to those who donated items to be sold on the stall. Special thanks also go to The Post Office Ltd for sponsoring the calendar and the other companies that sponsored the programmes.

And thank you for the lovely comments made about the production, they were and are very much appreciated.

Drama Workshops

Character building… improvisation and… combat!
In the form of FUN and INSTRUCTIVE workshops
(Suitable for all aged 16+)
Wednesday 27th June 2012
Wednesday 4th July 2012
8pm – 10pm
Horfield Parish Hall, Wellington Hill, BS7 8ST
Also open to non Theatre Company Members

Cost for non members – £2 per session

Please register you intention to attend by emailing
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