A little harder to find than at other places, set off on an adventure into the parkland and discover some special bluebells. Find a sea of beautiful natural bluebells in the woodland . Booking Not Needed. Suitable for children of all ages. Dogs on leads welcome.
Blue Touch are never shy to break away from the formulaic or cliché, Blue Touch are less about a Texas shuffle or waking up this morning and more about getting out, having a good time and enjoying what you do.
Nabobs were 18th and 19th century employees of the East India Company who amassed fortunes in India and returned to England as wealthy men. Many settled in Berkshire, at estates like Basildon Park, Englefield House and Purley Hall, earning the county the nickname ’the English Hindoostan’.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Become an Arts Award Explorer this Spring holiday. Earn your Discover Arts Award by taking part in a craft activity at the museum and completing the log book that is part of the museum’s Arts Award pack.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury, Berkshire
Find out more about the parkland that surrounds Basildon Park mansion from our knowledgaeable team of volunteers and rangers as they take you on a guided walk of the park. Join our volunteers and rangers for a walk around Basildon Park.
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee and catch up with friends before the performance. Tickets: Adults £8 ~ £12, Children FREE E-tickets group/multibuy offers (£28.
Fun singing afternoon for female voices led by local music teacher and choir director Suzanne Newman. We will be singing a medley of songs from the Sister Act films arranged for 2 part choir. Places need to be booked and paid for in advance.
Mum2mum market, children & baby nearly new sales where you can buy top quality, preloved goods at our award winning pop up indoor market.
Mum2mum market returns to South Reading Leisure Centre, RG2 8DF on 27th April, 2 - 4 PM.
Save the Children Kennet Branch’s popular ‘check-out’ jumble sale returns. 20p entry fee and all items 40p or 3 for £1 …just pay on the way out. Jumble donations, particularly clothes, welcome at the hall from 9am.
St. John’s Hall, West End Road, Mortimer Common, Reading
This weekend we’ll be holding a special Open Weekend for you to:
- explore a huge number of New and Used Boats on display;
- view our 2019 ranges of boats by Interboat, Corsiva and Haines;
- meet our team ask any questions you have about boats and boating;
- experience our marina setting right on the
Photograph the Spring wildlife with practical guidance and tuition from wildlife photographer Iain Green. A practical course, the day will begin with an introductory session inside, before heading out to explore. Suitable for both beginner and intermediate photographers, the tuition is tailored to suit.
The Nature Discovery Centre, Muddy Lane, Lower Way, Thatcham
Woodley Shopping Centre is now home to a Thriving Saturday Market. Fresh foods,Great Vegetables,Butcher, Breads Clothes Local produce and Craft Stalls fill the Town Centre every Saturday offering local residents and visitors more choice whilst they shop. Occasionally some Local Brass bands join in the fun
Discover the bloody tales of Windsor in this theatrical ghost tour featuring live actors, chilling stories and more!
Right from the very start you will be thrilled by atmospheric stories delivered from your tour guide who will take you around the old streets to Windsor’s local haunts!
But watch out!
Continuing our series of concerts celebrating the woodwind family this line-up features Timothy Watts from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. His playing and beautiful tone have been variously described as ravishing, poetic and soulful.
The amazing vintage funfair is coming to Cobham with beautifully restored rides & attractions for all the family. Free entry every day and free rides when you book online!
Visit us on Leg of Mutton field, Cobham (KT11 3EJ). Open 27th & 28th April; 12noon-8pm both days.
Cold Ash Brass will be joined this year with special guests Wantage Band for their annual Spring Concert.
It looks to be a great evening of music making with friends.
There will be a raffle and a bar selling refreshments at the interval
Come and enjoy one of the most inspiring sights at Runnymede in spring: bluebells highlighted by dappled sunlight as it flickers through the native woodland trees. Join us on a guided tour of Coopers Hill Woods to discover hidden places where bluebells grow.
Runnymede and Ankerwycke, Runnymede Estate Office, North Lodge, Windsor Road, Old Windsor
Join us with your family, friends and four legged companions at the beautiful Welford Park to help raise vital awareness and funds for Parkinson’s UK.
There are two circular routes to choose from: a 2.5 mile walk or a more challenging 6.
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 banana plants and canas.
Join Leo for a walk to find the best places to enjoy the bluebells and learn how we manage the woodland to benefit them. Meet Leo in the Stableyard, just past Visitor Reception, and he will take you on a guided walk to see the bluebells and explain how we look after them. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
This 120 acre site is beside the Thames with lovely riverside walks. A favourite with Stanley Spencer who featured our magnolia in his work. Lovely wisteria, specimen trees, side gardens, spring bedding and ornamental lake.
Newbury Artisan Market takes over the streets of Newbury on the last Sunday of the month. Think quality produce, original art, designer crafts & sizzling street food, all mixed in with family activities, music and more...