THE Mineral Line is celebrating its tenth anniversary this month after a decade of presenting a varied programme of lively dance nights and entertaining supper evenings in Roadwater Village Hall.
The milestone will be reached on Saturday, January 17, with a performance by The Mandibles (pictured), an exciting and talented young band of Bath-based musicians who blend together a mixture of gipsy swing, ska, tango, jazz, and blues.
The Mineral Line survives thanks to the hard work and inspiration of a 12-strong committee of volunteers who choose and organise the range of performances.
Entertainment has ranged from cabaret performances of flamenco, off-beat humour, and original groups of musicians such as The Ukelele Orchestra and Celloman, to nights of reggae, salsa, jive, and blues music.
More volunteers are always being sought and anybody who would like to help should call 01984 640058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for The Mandibles cost £7 and are available from The Roadwater Shop, The Valiant Soldier public house, and Toucan Wholefoods, in Minehead, or by calling 01984 640058.
More information about the Mineral Line is available by logging on to http://www.mineralline.org/.