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WOMBLING FREE

Forum Cinema Hexham  |  Sunday 17th March  |  13:30

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Sponsored by Hexham Town Council

Wombles are tidy and Wombles are clean. Underground, overground, Wombling free! Based on the popular BBC children’s series, the Wombles, furry and lovable litter-pickers of Wimbledon Common. After seeing their noble purpose a young girl invites the Wombles to her birthday party and sets about on an anti-rubbish campaign!

Screening Information

Time:

13:30

Tickets:

£9 - £3

Additional Information: 

Customers are encouraged to join the Hexham Wombles before the screening at 11am for a local litter pick. Partaking in the litter pick entitles you to a free mini popcorn

Booking Information:

Book via The Forum Cinema's website, in their cafe/bar or by telephone on 01434 601144

About Hexham Town Council

Hexham Town Council was established in 1974 and is responsible for the delivery of a range of quality of life services and community activities in the town.

Hexham is a thriving historic, abbey and market town in Northumberland midway between Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle. With a population of more than 13,000 the town dates from the establishment of Hexham abbey in 674 and it was given its first market charter in 1222. The town serves as a gateway to Hadrian’s Wall, the Northumberland National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding National Beauty.

Venue Information

Address:

Forum Cinema

Market Place

Hexham

NE46 1XF

Venue Accessibility Information:

  • Accessible and gender neutral toilets available

  • The venue is accessed by 29 steps. A chair lift is available, in order to use this, any customers in a wheelchair must be able to transfer from their wheelchair to the chair lift. The auditorium is accessed by a small set of stairs with a full wheelchair lift available.

  • A changing space is available. 

  • Hearing and visual impaired headsets available depending on the film.  

About

the Film

BBFC:

U

Run Time:

96 mins

Director:

Lionel Jeffries

Country:

UK

Year:

1977

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