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Today, Mon 8 Feb, Wed 17 Feb, Tue 23 Feb, Tue 9 Mar
We bring you another instalment of Outdoor Comedy.
Headliner Zoe Lyons who has dominated your TV and Radio, a regular on Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and Radio 4!
Admiral Cunningham, Priestwood Ct Road, Bracknell RG42 1TU
Wed 27 Jan
Matt Hall, Singer songwriter from Bracknell. Writes songs with deep meaningful lyrics, plays a mixture of originals and covers
Wed 27 Jan
Oxford pastry cook & England’s first aeronaut
There are several Berkshire associations within the story of James Sadler (1753–1828), the unlikely first Englishman ever to build and fly a hot-air
Thu 28 Jan
Presented by St John’s Players
String Quartet in C, K.157
Quintet in E flat for piano and wind instruments, K.452
Divertimento in B flat, K.270
Piano Concerto No.12 in A, K.
Fri 29 Jan
Hosted by Jeff Lloyd.
After Jeff’s Guides to New Wave, Glam Rock and One Hit Wonders he takes us into the world of screaming, tearful fans who adored their idols like none other.
Sat 30 Jan
St Anne’s Manor is a stunning wedding venue between Wokingham and Bracknell.
This event is brimming with local wedding services offering you a wide range of choice whatever your wedding...
Hilton St. Anne’s Manor, London Road, Wokingham RG40 1ST
Sun 31 Jan
Led by Simon Mole.
Free online workshops, suitable for ages 18+ years
Following on from the successful All Write Together series of online writing workshops during the first lockdown, poet...
Tue 2 Feb
St Joseph’s is delighted to invite you to our Virtual Stay and Play session.
Designed to give you a taste of life at St Joseph’s, these virtual sessions offer an opportunity for children to...
Thu 11 Feb
With speaker Bill King. The Upper Thames Patrol were formed to defend the Thames when World War Two seemed inevitable. It became part of the Home Guard, when it was formed in 1940.
Thu 11 Feb
We will always have quality meats, free-range poultry and eggs, farmed trout, fresh sea fish and lobster, award-winning cheeses, breads and cakes, chilli sauces, coffees, sparkling ales, wines and
Grove Road car park, Park Street, Maidenhead (behind Town Hall next to Heritage Centre) SL6 1LW
Sun 14 Feb
Discover mid-Georgian Reading in this fascinating talk by eminent local historian Joan Dils.
Reading’s age of cloth production was over and its reputation for flourishing industries was still to...
Thu 18 Feb
We are hosting an event just for women and all things health, wellness and beauty.
Come along and network with other women or bring a friend or family member.
Reading RG1 7RH
Wed 3 Mar
Parkland garden accessed via adjacent retail nursery. Set around C18 Grade II listed house (not open), home to Queen Wilhelmina of Netherlands in WW2. Large lawn with ha-ha and woodland walks.
Stubbings House, Maidenhead SL6 6QL
Sat 6 Mar and Sun 7 Mar
Brunel’s Great Western Railway arrived in Reading on the 30th March 1840. The history of railway building states that railways destroyed property when the railways were built, and always resulted in...
Sat 6 Mar
St Joseph’s is delighted to invite you to our Christmas-themed Virtual Stay and Play session.
Designed to give you a taste of life at St Joseph’s, these virtual sessions offer an opportunity...
Thu 11 Mar
This spring we invite you to walk the waterways of England, navigating their gentle wildness alongside Sam Lee and special guest ecological pioneers.
Hungerford Station, Hungerford RG17 0DD
Sun 21 Mar
An imaginative and simply wonderful wedding fair featuring over 60 informative exhibitors held at the historic and iconic Royal Windsor Racecourse.
Maidenhead Road, Windsor SL4 5EZ
Sun 28 Mar
From Imagine Theatre, the team that bring you The Hexagon Christmas panto, comes a brand-new Easter show designed for families of all ages.
The Hexagon Queen’s Walk Reading RG1 7UA
Wed 31 Mar to Sat 3 Apr
Morgan & West present captivating chemistry, phenomenal physics, and bonkers biology in this fun for all the family science extravaganza!
South Street Arts Centre 21 South Street Reading RG1 4QU
Fri 9 Apr
In a series of immaculately tended garden rooms, incl herbaceous borders, arboretum, secret garden, roses, vegetables and bog garden, there is an explosion of rare and interesting plants, beautifully
The Old Rectory, Farnborough, nr Wantage OX12 8NX
Sun 18 Apr, Sun 16 May
Approx 10 acre, exceptionally fine traditional English garden. Rose garden (redesigned 2017), herbaceous garden, pond garden, herb garden, fruit, vegetable and cutting garden, and glasshouses.
Rooksnest, Lambourn Woodlands RG17 7SB
Wed 21 Apr
This exciting valley garden, a work in progress, has elements all visitors can enjoy. A rose covered pergola, fabulous tulips, giant alliums, and a recently developed jungle garden with cannas,...
Rookwood Farm House, Newbury RG20 8JX
Sun 25 Apr
10 acres of dynamic gardens which have been developed over the last 9 yrs to incl magnificent mixed borders and a series of contrasting yew hedged rooms, hosting flame borders, a cool garden, a pond
Malverleys, Newbury RG20 0AA
Wed 28 Apr
After a very successful socially distanced and busy Christmas Market we have an indoor Spring Bank Holiday Market with over 50 stalls over two days.
Sindlesham RG41 5EA
Sat 1 May and Sun 2 May
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