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Terrible title -
great film
You couldn't think of a worse title than THE BIG SICK , but don't let that put you off this Friday's (19 Jan) film night choice at Clayhidon.  This is a terrific rom com. It's the true story of how Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani and grad student
Emily Gardner fell in love but struggled with her critical illness and a clash of cultures. . >Read more

A starring role for Thomas

He wasn't actually in the St Andrew's nativity play but that didn't stop Thomas Blackmore playing a starring role and shining brightly in the aisle while Clayhidon's  children and teenagers got on with the serious business of telling the Christmas story. >More pictures from the crib service.



Cool jazz from a brilliant band
Live jazz comes to Clayhidon on 26 January for the first time since anyone can remember and it comes in the shape of an extraordinary band.
The Neil Maya Quartet are rooted in the sounds of the cool jazz movement of the 50’s and 60’s, but they love playing other styles such as funk, samba, African and even folk-rock. The Brubeck Project is their tribute to the hugely popular jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, of 'Take Five fame  >Read more

Blues band is booked for hall
The Moose Head Blues Band are booked for Clayhidon Parish Hall on Saturday 24 February.  Their live set contains a wide range of blues and rock styles, from Broonzy and Williamson, through Clapton and Hendrix, and up to date with some self-penned numbers. >Read more.

Romanian team lay fast cable
These Romanian engineers arrived in Clayhidon on 15 January not just to dig up the roads but to give the parish the fastest broadband in Britain.
They are laying a network of fibre optic cables and household connection pots for Gigaclear, which will eventually provide broadband speeds of up to 1,000 megabits per second,  28 times faster than the national average.

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