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Events Around Hungerford

Today to Fri 17 May, closest first.    

More details - The Rose of Hungerford Cream Tea Cruises
Enjoy a decicious cream tea served to you on The Rose of Hungerford as you cruise gently along the beautiful Kennet and Avon Canal.
Canal Walk, Hungerford
Mon 22 Apr, Mon 6 May, Mon 27 May

More details - Peter O'Sullevan Lambourn Open Day
29th year of fun filled Charity day for the whole family in Lambourn, Berkshire on Good Friday. Lots of fun filled events including some with top jockeys incl Sir AP McCoy.
Lambourn, near Hungerford, Berkshire
Today

More details - Walk for Parkinson's Welford Park
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.
Welford Park, Welford, Newbury
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Stitchcombe House - Open Garden for NGS
Garden created in 2009 with brick and flint walls, parterre, box maze, wild flower patch, rill and water feature, beech hedges, far reaching views westward. Tulips in beds and containers. Look out for the parrot that flies free in the garden and whistles at visitors!
Stitchcombe House, Marlborough
Sun 5 May 19

More details - Rookwood Farm House - Open Garden for NGS
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.
Rookwood Farm House, Newbury
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Rookwood Farm House - Open Garden for NGS
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.
Rookwood Farm House, Newbury
Sun 5 May 19

More details - From Land to Sea and More. An exhibition of paintings and textiles.
Scenes of Cornwall and Devon, and local landscapes and townscapes in the UK and abroad. This exhibition of paintings and textiles by LORRAINE MASH is part of the Art in the Foyer series at the New Era Theatre.
New Era Theatre, St George’s Centre, Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury
Sat 4 May, Sun 5 May, Fri 10 May to Sun 12 May

More details - Art Exhibition ‘Life on a Spectrum’
Abstract art exhibition ‘Life on a Spectrum’ explores autism through the eyes of an autistic artist via the visual form of mixed media on paper. The show at Arlington Arts brings together two collections to form Amatina’s newest exhibit ‘Life on a Spectrum’.
Arlington Arts, Mary Hare, Snelsmore, Newbury
Today and Sat 20 Apr

More details - Pete Allen’s Dukes Of Wellington Jazz Band with Susan Valiant Speer
Pete Allen, described as Britain’s most exciting clarinet player and awarded with an Honorary Citizen of New Orleans for his services to music, presents his Dukes of Wellington Jazz Band for a great afternoon of traditional happy style jazz. On this occasion they will be joined by vocalist Susan Valiant Speer.
The Chequers Hotel, Oxford Street, Newbury
Sun 21 Apr 19

More details - Newbury Artisan Market
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...
Northbrook Street, Newbury
Sun 28 Apr 19

More details - Discover Arts Award at West Berkshire Museum this Easter
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
Today to Mon 29 Apr

More details - Talk: Jack of Newbury
Jack of Newbury (John Winchcombe) was producing cloth on an industrial scale in Newbury during Henry VIII’s reign, for export across Europe. This left him wealthy and allowed him to buy substantial property in the area.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury, Berkshire
Wed 24 Apr 19

More details - Blaze Buddies
Join Blaze, the museum dragon, and listen to a short action poem about him followed by other activities including a simple craft linked to the treasure Blaze has found that day. FREE session tickets are available from 10am on the day – it is first come, first served basis as places are limited.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury, Berkshire
Thu 2 May 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Willow for the Garden
Join us to make a garden cloche or plant climber for use in your garden. Along the way we will explore different weaving techniques that you can use to create decorative and useful objects for your garden, giving you an you an insight into working with this versatile material.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury, Berkshire
Fri 3 May 19

More details - 17th Century Alehouses in West Berkshire. A talk by Phil Wood
Newbury District Field Club: The 17th Century was one of conflict and change, the rise of Puritanism, the English Civil Wars, the execution of one king the deposition of another - plenty to talk about over a beer!
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury.
Wed 8 May 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Kiln carving
Kiln carving is a simple kiln forming process which adds texture and relief to glass. It refers to the “carving” effect given to the glass which takes place in the kiln during a firing cycle,using fibre paper to create a design, with the glass fired on top of this to create relief.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury, Berkshire
Fri 10 May 19

More details - Sold out - Adult Workshop - Iron-fix Silk Painting
Discover the art of iron-fix silk painting to create your own beautiful design. You will learn how to stretch silk onto a frame, use gutta to outline your chosen design & complete your painting using silk paints. All resources provided including templates, but please feel free to bring your own designs.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Mon 29 Apr 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Wedding Favours & Decorative Flowers
Wedding favours are a tradition. Creating your own is a special memory. Come along and learn how to make a flower favour for your guests to take away and can also be used as a named place setting. It is always a beautiful picture to see the wedding venue full of flowers.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Wed 1 May 19

More details - Open Air Sculpture Exhibition
The Orangery Lawn at Shaw House will be transformed into a sculpture trail by the Friends of Open Studios, where you can discover artworks by acclaimed sculptors in this lovely historic setting. The exhibition is under the umbrella of the annual West Berkshire and North Hampshire Open Studios Scheme.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Sat 4 May 19 to Mon 27 May

More details - Adult Workshop - Macrame for Beginners
Create your own Macramé Hanging Plant Holder. Beth will guide you through the learning of the artisan craft of knotting, to design and create a contemporary plant holder, perfect for hanging spring flowers, garden herbs or succulents.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Wed 8 May 19

More details - Sandleford Place - Open Garden for NGS
A plantswoman’s 4 acres, more exuberant than manicured with River Enborne flowing through. Various areas of shrub and mixed borders create a romantic, naturalistic effect. Wonderful old walled garden. Long herbaceous border flanks wild flower meadow.
Sandleford Place, Newbury
Sun 12 May, Sun 23 Jun

More details - Sandham Memorial Chapel - Chapel Services
Join us for one of our monthly Services conducted by our Parish Rector. Sandham is a working chapel having been dedicated on March 25th 1927 by the Bishop of Guildford. There have always been services on Remembrance or Armistice Day and ad hoc ones to mark other special events. There was even a wedding here in 1963.
Sandham Memorial Chapel, Harts Lane, Burghclere, near Newbury
Wed 1 May 19

More details - Sandham Memorial Chapel - Open Studios@Sandham
Come and see 10 different local artists’ work all part of West Berkshire Open Studios in this very special setting. Talk to the artists about their creations, see what has inspired them and perhaps buy something special too.
Sandham Memorial Chapel, Harts Lane, Burghclere, near Newbury
Sat 4 May, Sun 5 May, Wed 8 May to Sun 12 May, Wed 15 May to Sun 19 May, Wed 22 May to Mon 27 May

More details - Sandham Memorial Chapel - Chapel Talks
Listen to the story behind one of the most important 20th century artists - Sir Stanley Spencer and how his dream of a "Holy Box" came to fruition.
Sandham Memorial Chapel, Harts Lane, Burghclere, near Newbury
Mon 13 May 19

More details - Contemporary Art Fairs - Newbury
Finding original, accessible, affordable artwork to adorn your home or office is easy when you know where to look. Contemporary Art Fairs - Newbury, a brand new event, is THE destination for art lovers, collectors, interior designers, homemakers & those who simply want to learn more about today’s art & artists.
Newbury Racecourse, Newbury
Fri 10 May 19 to Sun 12 May

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