CLASS REUNION: The Class of 1973 at Washington School is holding a reunion on Saturday, April 20. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Carol Holbrow (nee Teasdale) on 0191-417 0182.

EASTER DISCO: A fundraising family disco with prizes for decorated Easter eggs and Easter bonnets will be held from 6pm to 9pm on Saturday, April 20, in Washington Community Centre.

PLANNING BID: Sunderland City Council has received an application to build a hotel and leisure complex at Auld's Scrapyard, near the Millhouse Inn.

PUB MUSIC: The Poor Boys will appear at the Coach and Horses in Usworth, at 8pm next Friday.

NEW POST: Oxclose Community Nursery School headteacher Ela Robinson has been appointed principal of the International Nursery School, in the Romanian capital Bucharest.

ANNUAL MEETING: Washington Station Women's Institute will hold its annual meeting at 6.45pm on Tuesday, in the Bridge Women's Centre, Columbia. It will be followed by a quiz.

MUSIC NIGHT: Singer Karen Reech will perform at the Keelboat Inn, Fatfield, at 8pm on Tuesday, April 22. Bob Short and guest will perform at 8pm on Thursday, April 24.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Life-long Washington resident Margaret Durham recently celebrated her 90th birthday in Woodlands Home, Columbia.

KIDS CLUB: A Junior Ribbon Club for eight to 11-year-olds is held from 3.30pm to 4.45pm in the Washington Millennium Centre, Concord. For details, call 0191-219 3880.

MOTOWN NIGHT: George Washington Golf and Country Club hosts Motown Mania this evening. Tickets cost £12 and include supper.

CLUB TALK: Ned Selkirk, from Chester-le-Street, will give an illustrated talk on Paris and the chateaux of the Loire to Washington Camera Club, in Harraton Community Centre, this evening. The talk begins at 7.45pm.

FOLK CENTRE: Sean Tyrell and Fergus Feeley will appear at the Davy Lamp Folk Club in Biddick Arts Centre, at 7pm tomorrow.