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FIFTEEN films with a Lincolnshire connection will be on the screen at a film festival in Wragby.

Wragby Film Society has organised this community event, which begins on September 30 with a showing of The Madness of King George at Wragby Town Hall at 7.30pm.

To support this venture, the society has received £500 from the Lincolnshire Co-op Community Dividend Grant scheme.

Here is the schedule for Saturday, October 1 and Sunday, October 2.

Saturday:

Wragby Town Hall

10.30am: Too Many Crooks.

2pm: Michael Collins Screen.

5pm: WAG.

8pm: Little Voice.

Peter Philipson’s Barn

10.30am: Kids Klub 6-60 years.

2pm: Local Film Maker Stuart McPherson.

5pm: The Italian Job (1969).

Fire Station

10.30am: Lincolnshire Life.

2pm: Richard III (1955), followed by a talk by Jean Townsend of the Richard III Society.

Sunday:

Wragby Town Hall

10.30am: Pride and Prejudice (2005)

2pm: The Servant.

4.30pm: The Dam Busters.

Peter Philipson’s Barn

10.30am: Lincolnshire Life.

Fire Station

10.30am: Oranges and Sunshine.

This film festival is open to everyone and tickets are only £4 for each film – or buy five for the price of four.

Children under 12 years of age pay just £2.