St. Neots Art Group proudly present their Spring Exhibition at the United Reformed Church on the High Street St Neots.
Original art and sculpture by local artists for sale at affordable prices.
St Neots United Reformed Church, High Street, St Neots.
Come and see what St Neots Tennis Club has to offer.
Even if you have not played for years, or maybe never played, come down and have a go. It’s a fun way of helping to keep fit. Good for all ages! Members have access to the courts all day, every day of the year.
Organisers of St Georges Day celebrations this year regret to inform you that this event has been CANCELLED due to lack of funding and support.
Please accept our apologies for any disappointment this may cause but the circumstances were totally out of our control
This month’s exhibition will be "R.A.F Tempsford" an exhibition of photographs of the former RAF site at Tempsford and what went on there throughout WW2, with many photographs and items of ephemera on display. Many permanent displays associated with Tempsford Village will also be on display.
The Cambridgeshire branch of the WFA will be hosting at talk by Roger Perry who will give a presentation on "Boats and Trains and Cars and Trucks" looking at the different forms of transportation used to support the armies during the conflict.
Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Choir, on this occasion without their full orchestra, are presenting a stunning Candlelight Concert on Saturday 5th May in St Mary’s Church, Godmanchester at 7.30pm, conducted by choirmaster Lee Dunleavy.
Thurstons Funfair Huntingdon
Come down to Thurstons Funfair at Hartford Road Car Park, Huntingdon from the 19th April-22ndApril for a fantastic day out. We have big rides, kiddes rides, fantastic games stalls and all the fun of the fair for all ages.
A biographical film of the life of AA Milne and his son Christopher Robin. After leaving London for the English countryside, writer A.A. Milne starts to spin fanciful yarns about his son’s growing collection of stuffed animals.
“It is 1966. I am sixteen years old and I am on the Venetian bridge with Brian Joy from the Golden Sands Guesthouse and he has bought me a 99 and I am on top of the world. Now I am 16, I know what boys want and why you mustn’t give it to them.”
Tensions are high in Clacton-on-Sea.
Another of our special Saturday coffee mornings running from 10 am to 1 pm. For more information see our website: www.greatbarfordbowlsclub.org.uk – Main entrance and car park in Woodpecker Close, Great Barford, MK44 3BG.
Great Barford Bowls Club, Woodpecker Close, Great Barford
Why not come along and join us in a friendly game of carpet bowls. We now have all new mats, bowls and a 3 tier winding machine to store the mats. You will be assured of a warm welcome and if you have not played before full training will be given.
Spaldwick Community Primary School, Royston Avenue
Tue 24 Apr, Tue 1 May, Tue 8 May, Tue 15 May, Tue 22 May
Music concert for woodwind instruments given by The Ermine Street Band. Gustav Holst’s Japanese Suite, together with music by Brahms, Gershwin, Raff, Haydn, and Poulenc
All proceeds to the fabric Fund of St Mary the Virgin -registered charity 245456
Our night on May 3rd has the superb Steve Day as its headliner. Doors open at 7.30pm and the comedy starts around 8.00pm. Tickets are strictly limited to 40 so don’t miss out!
Steve Day describes himself as Britain’s only deaf comedian, if there are any others he hasn’t heard.
The Willow Tree, 29 High Street, Bourn, Cambridge.
Want to know your chiffchaff from your chaffinch?
Join our popular walk to discover how to identify the birds that you see on your walks and in your gardens, and how to get the best out of your optics.
Hear the sounds of spring at The Lodge
On this early morning walk we will listen and enjoy the chorus of birds as they welcome the start of a new day, and we’ll experience the magic of an English woodland as it comes alive with the sound of birdsong.
Performed by Theatre of Widdershins. Suitable for ages 4 upwards- and for all the family!
Booking in advance essential, tickets limited.
Tickets from Eventbrite; rspb3billygoats.eventbrite.co.uk
Amazing puppets, singing and storytelling by Theatre of Widdershins.
The buildings, remains of a Tudor manorial complex built by John Gostwick, who served under Cardinal Wolsey and King Henry VIII, will be open to view.
At 2pm there will be a guided riverside walk from the venue around part of Bedford River Valley Park, in the ownership of the Forest of Marston Vale Trust.
National Trust Tudor Dovecote & Stables, Church End, Willington, near Bedford
4 acre garden full of colour and interest. The owner has a free style of gardening sensitive to wildlife. Beds overflowing with tulips, alliums, bearded iris, peonies, poppies, geraniums and much more. Beautiful mature trees and many more planted in the last 30 years. Incl a large selection of betulas.
Embroiderers’ Guild Bedford Branch
Do you enjoy textiles? Would you like to learn some new techniques or just see great work in a friendly setting? Would you love to buy previously loved fabrics, threads, magazines or books at very reasonable prices?
Jumble Sale with Table Top Sale all under cover . Various items for sale - many open to offers. Brick-a-Brack, Collectables, Excellent quality clothing, Housewares, Cheap Books, Garden equipment etc. A limited number of Stalls / Tables available @ £10 each. Cafe Open 10:00am - 2:00pm Refreshments available.
Watch Morris and Maypole dancing displays at our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party event, with opportunities to join in during timed afternoon sessions. Enjoy crafts, storytelling and, new for 2018, a magic show!
As part of the Stratton School Farm Open Day, there will be a large plant stall run by the HPS. The plants are grown by our members and include many unusual or hard-to-obtain varieties, Shrubs, perennial plants, herbs and grasses will all be on sale at bargain prices.
The perfect way to celebrate a special occasion. Experience the luxury of a private carriage ride pulled by a magnificent Shire horse through the Wimpole Estate with a dedicated groom and driver. Booking Essential. Phone: 0344 249 1895.
Learn how to harness, long rein and manoeuver your horse around obstacles. The day includes an introduction to the horses, then learn how to harness your horse. Moving out into the field you will work your horse on long reins, as well as maneuvering around obstacles.
All welcome to enjoy our Community Garden, run by volunteers & worked on organic gardening principles. Have a cuppa & fresh bake. Chat, play or wander round the garden. Stay on to help with jobs (for all ages & abilities) from 15 mins to 2 hrs or drop in anytime till about 4pm.
Dunton Community Garden, Great Close, Church Farm, Church Street, Dunton
Treat yourself to a wonderful home-baked afternoon tea in the grand setting of The House at Shuttleworth. Formerly the home of the Shuttleworth family The House will be open for viewing, with room stewards on hand to tell you more about the history of the family and Old Warden park.
The House at Shuttleworth, Old Warden Park, Nr Biggleswade
Join us for a walk through time around the parkland of the Shuttleworth Estate. Learn about its historical features and uses as well as its modern day management and preservation.
Please note, this is a two hour walk for competent walkers.
’That 80s Rock Show’ is a theatre show, performed by a 100% live 6 piece band playing all the biggest anthems and power ballads from the 1980s. Relive the decade that taste forgot with this high energy, fun, tongue in cheek family friendly show.
Christoph Altstaedt conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in a programme featuring Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, arias and excerpts from Massenet’s Cendrillon and Verdi’s La traviata, As well as Liszt’s Les Préludes.
P.B’s Antiques & Collectables Fair in association with St Paul’s Church Bedford is a fund raising Church event.
We have sellers with a wide variety of items including Coins, Glass, China, Pottery, some old Toys, Postcards, Books, Brass, Copper, Curios and lots of lovely Jewellery, small furniture items.
Custard Comedy is delighted to be bringing comedy to Over Community Centre on Saturday April 21st. The night starts at around 8.15pm and tickets begin at a mere £10.
Headline Act – Andrew Lawrence. As seen on Live at the Apollo and Michael Macintyre’s Comedy Roadshow.
Opening act – Sean Heydon.
Over Community Centre, 16 The Doles, Over, Cambridge
Alpine lovers can see a wide variety of alpines in two small scree gardens, front and back of bungalow plus pans, dwarf Salix, rhododendron, daphne’s. Dwarf acers, conifers and pines, hellebores, epimediums. Two small mixed borders of herbaceous salvias, lavenders and potentillas.
Our ninth annual Plant Sale will feature a wide range of nurseries including some newcomers. We are expecting 9 nurseries from 6 counties: Alpines, Clematis, Herbs, Perennials and Shrubs, Roses, vegetables, Shade-lovers, basket and bedding plants, Sundries. Some foodstuffs.
Biggest village market for miles. Circa 25 stalls selling wide range of food, crafts, horticulture, skin and beauty products. Vibrant tearoom with homemade cakes and bacon butties. Come and see what you’ve been missing!
A peaceful garden of a Retreat House with beautiful uninterrupted views across meadows and farm land. Adjacent to the historic Church of St John’s it was here that a small religious community was formed in the C17. The poet T. S. Eliot visited in 1936 and it inspired the 4th of his Quartets named Little Gidding.
Over the last 40 years Rushden Cavalcade has evolved from a small gathering of vehicles taking part in a parade around Rushden High Street, into the Rally that starts the season, bringing together over 1,200 different exhibit’s from all over country and attracting over 25,000 visitors annually there’s something for
This is a transport show that has been going for the past 40 years.
It attracts 30k visitors.
We are looking for real crafters for the Craft Marquee.
Non crafts enquiries will be ignored.
Details at www.cavalcade-craft.co.uk
Applications by email only
childrens fun day
childrens wristband fair,pay £7,99 and you get unlimited use of all our attractions consisting of inflatables,bungee trampolines,train ride,carousel,teacups and much more.we have food and refreshments and toilets facilities .
The 40th Annual Cavalcade of Transport run by Rushden Historical Transport Society , over 40 steam tractions engines, classic cars, classic commericals, real ale beer tent, arena events, trade stands and a fly past each day by the BBMF ( Spitfire / Hurricane)