Hayes Past, Present and Future
There will be a special screening from our ‘Memories of EMI’ project, Sunday 22 June 2014, as part of this year’s ‘Calling the Tune Film Festival’
This session also includes a presentation from Hayes students of their projects on the history of Hayes, followed by a screening of ‘At Your Service (1962)’, a comedic short film made by Hayes Town Council in the 1960s about the services provided in the borough.
12-2pm (Doors Open 11.30pm) £Free but booking essential GET TICKETS
All screenings take place at: The Old Vinyl Factory, Blyth Road, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 1HA
Train 20mins from Paddington to Hayes and Harlington, First Great Western Service.
Bus 140, 195, 350, 696, 698, 90, E6, H98, U4, U5 to Hayes and Harlington Station.
Car There is free car parking on site for all visitors with a valid ticket to the festival.
Accessibility The Old Vinyl Factory is fully accessible to wheelchair users and there are disabled toilet facilities on site.
The Old Vinyl Factory, Blyth Road, Hayes, Middlesex.