Brainiacs! Calling all Brainiacs!


Dust those grey cells off, as it’s time to gather Somersham’s brightest brainiacs into teams to battle it out once again for the Marjorie McGee Trophy on Saturday 14th June.

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Photo: Colin Kinner.

Quizmaster Extraordinaire Geoff Norman, will put teams of up to six contestants, through their paces in a number of rounds until one of the teams become the 2014 Carnival Quiz champions.

Entry is £5 per person. You can bring your own drinks/nibbles/brain food along.

Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

You can reserve your team tickets by calling Somersham 840034.

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Try something new with Community Sports on 14th June

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Shuttlecock. Photo: Deee’Lite via CreativeCommons.

Following last year’s success of Community Sports, we’re repeating the taster sports sessions on Saturday 14th June, from 12 noon at Victory Hall and Norwood Playing Field, Somersham.

If you’ve ever fancied trying table tennis, croquet, mixed netball, BMX and skatepark skills, street dancing, freestyle and Rock n Roll, wheelchair challenges, badminton, family rounders, curling, ballroom dancing, fun runs/relays, street snooker, or more… then you’re in luck!

There’s even a Fun Splash session at Whitehall Swimming Pool (call Somersham 840966 to book).

This is a great chance for you to try out a new sporting curiosity – at just £1 per sport (or a bargain £2.50 for a day ticket to access all the sports). There’s also a discount for families. Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult. All sports will be finished by approximately 5pm.

And to give that nod to Commonwealth, Somersham Fun Highland Games will also take place from 12 noon, with The Lone Piper to help you get into the sporting mood.

So, put your sports shorts on (or kilt!), dust off those trusty trainers, and try something new!

You can download our Community Commonwealth Sports flyer (PDF/1.06Mb), with details of exactly what’s on, and when!

For the the full list of events during Somersham Carnival 2014, check out the ‘What’s On?’ section.

 

Erratum: Carnival Princess Draw entries address


Please accept our apologies for an error in the letter given to all Year 5 and 6 girls at Somersham and Whitehall School.

The address for entries into the Carnival Princess draw should be number 31, and not 30 Queens Road, Somersham, Cambridgeshire.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused you.