Five questions for creatives were asked of some of our Neotists when they joined. Becks Simpson from Thairapy answered hers which can be revisited here. She can be found at Lou Lou's Vintage Fair in Peterborough Cathedral this Saturday 10 February if you feel like a styling treat. If you'd like to take the plunge and take part in the five questions for creatives please do get in touch (simply reply to this email).
Inland Waterways Association's Festival of Water is coming to St Neots at the end of August. This will be a three day national event and will be a great opportunity to show people what we have here. We will be working closely with St Neots Town Council and offering you a chance to get involved.
Musicians wanted — we are aiming to do a skills audit of our group and before we even start it's clear that we're very short on musicians. If you know anyone who would like to become a Neotist for their musical creativity then please do pass this on.
Fellow Neotist Robert Barker has been selected to exhibit his garden Skin Deep at this years Chelsea Flower Show and there's already a lot of interest in the conceptual design. Well done to Robert and we'll look forward to watching the BBC coverage of the event at the end of May.
St Neots Film Club runs monthly at Love's Farm House and has a varied schedule lined up. You get the opportunity to discuss the film afterwards if you wish and they're a friendly bunch. The next film will be The Lobster on 16 February from 8pm.
An escape room is coming to St Neots Museum — Jail Break Escape Room is currently being put together and sounds like it's quite the challenge. Will you manage to escape? Coming soon.
Ok, thanks for making down this far, I know there's a lot crammed into this edition. I made the mistake of hinting at what was in the next one and had to see that through. What's in the next one? You'll have to wait and see.
Neotist & Irish Tea Drinker (does that mean I'm Irish and drink tea, or that I only drink Irish tea?)