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aims of the Club are as follows: ■ To encourage members to take an active interest in the civic affairs of our City in general and Cripplegate Ward in particular ■ To organise social functions for the benefit of members and to arrange lectures, debates and visits of general interest ■ To support any appropriate organisation or appeal of a charitable nature within the law

While not actually a part of City government the Ward Clubs do give you an insight into how the City is run as well as providing a great opportunity for making new friends. Anyone interested in joining should contact Barbara Allen – the Hon. Secretary. Her email is secretary@ There is also a website from which you can glean additional information – .

London Ballet Company T

his versatile and dynamic company of classically trained dancers is already in high demand. In addition to their theatrical performances they offer a bespoke service throughout the world - so far they have performed for The Ambassadors Ball (New Years Eve, China Boulevard (Chinese New Year), and backing for the new record release for King Charles as well as other corporate events. Future engagements include an agreement with Pär Lindh the famous Swedish composer to perform in London in October for the highly acclaimed production of

Forthcoming St. Giles events and services SERVICES

Mothering Sunday -18th March 10am Family Sung Eucharist Palm Sunday - 1 April

10am Family Sung Communion with procession to St Paul's Cathedral Mon 2 - Wed 4 April Labyrinth workshops 6 - 8pm Maundy Thursday - 5 April 7 - 9pm Parish Supper Good Friday - 6 April Service of Three Hours 12 - 3pm Easter Day 8th April

10am Family Sung Eucharist with Easter Egg hunt


Ninetieth Anniversary Concert Thursday 29th March at 7.30pm tickets £15 or £12 concessions for more information visit: BBC Singers Total Immersion: Arvo pärt Saturday 28th April at 6pm

BOOK FAIR Tuesday 1 - Friday 4 May 11am - 4pm late closing Thursday 3 May


Early lunchtime Sunday 3 June - details on website

Eight year old Barbican resident Alexander Amin would like to remind his neighbours about the World Wildlife Fund's Earth Hour. At 8.30pm on 31 March people across the world will be turning off their lights for one hour. According to the WWF website "it's about appreciating the brilliant world we all share - and how we need to protect it." -


The London School of Beauty & Make-Up opens fabulous new Barbican salon and spa


he new Long Lane training salon opening on March 19th - with the spa and bath house opening a month later - places the prestigious and internationally recognized London School of Beauty & Make-up in first place as Britain’s largest independent hair and beauty educator. Established in 1995 the school is a sister company to large, luxurious Harrods beauty salon Urban Retreat which also has a salon in Harvey Nichols, Manchester. Founders George Hammer and Beryl Barnard have had long, high profile careers in the beauty industry – with Aveda and The Sanctuary, for example. Prices are extremely competitive. There will be nine treatment rooms with facials from £17 and full Swedish body massages from £25; manicures at the six stations start at £10; four pedicure stations; a tanning booth and nine hairdressing stations. You can book one-to-one make up

BILBO which had sell out performances in Sweden.” 'Olympic Dreams' and th

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e workplace: The London Ballet Company returned to our local Bridewell Theatre in early March with their show "Olympic Dreams' thanks to a very successful January season. Music such as William Tell Overture, Zorba The Greek, Land of Hope and Glory were a few of the rousing tunes to which routines were choreographed..


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