Classic Car Auction CCA – Saturday 2nd June
Classic Car Auctions (CCA) is a specialist auction house for the sale of ’everyman’ classic cars from an approximate value of £5,000 to £50,000. It has been created by the highly respected team from Silverstone Auctions.
Warwickshire Event Centre
Annual Plant Sale hosted by the Warwickshire group of the Plant Heritage charity.
This event brings together 15 specialist plant nurseries, selling a range of interesting and often unusual herbaceous, alpine and shrubby plants at reasonable prices.
Wednesday and Sunday services at Leamington Spa NSU Church.
Holly Street, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV32 4TN
Every Wednesday Service with a Guest Speaker / Medium commences at 2.30 pm. Healing available before the service. Please see notice board for details and Special events.
Holly Street Leamington Spa
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Mallory Court is a breathtakingly beautiful country house hotel set in 10 acres of gardens that incl sweeping lawns, a croquet lawn, rose gardens, herbaceous borders and beds of seasonal flower displays.
The Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra will be visiting Spain to find the music for its concert at Warwick Hall on 16 June 2018, playing some masterpieces from Spanish composers such as de Falla, and Rodrigo, as well as some Spanish-inspired pieces by Rimsky-Korsakov and Chabrier.
Opera Gala Summer Concert
Faust and Carmen choruses will be performed
by the Royal Leamington Spa Choir
Alinka Kozari: soprano
Adriana Festeu: mezzo-soprano
Roberto Abate: tenor
Nicholas Morris: baritone
NORTH LEAMINGTON SCHOOL
Sandy Ln, Blackdown,
Leamington Spa, England
St Mary’s Warwick, will be hosting a WRITING WORKSHOP to reveal the legend of Guy of Warwick, between 2.00pm and 4.00pm on Saturday 26th May. You will hear the legend of Guy and Felice brought to life by Jenny Heap, local writer and poet. Then write your own story or poem or even create a picture. At 4.
Warwick-based open access community choir, Singing for Pleasure is staging a concert with the renowned Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir from North Wales at St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, Warwick on Saturday, 23 June 2018 at 7.
Lighthorne is a compact, pretty village between the Fosse Way and the B4100, with a charming church (open), pub and village hall. The six gardens opening are within easy reach on foot. At The Old Rectory the garden is sheltered by old stone walls clothed with roses and dominated by two magnificent copper beeches.
Thinking of changing your lifestyle or where you live? Look no further! The World of Park & Leisure Homes Show is perfect for you! LOOK AROUND 55 LEISURE LODGES, LOG CABINS & PARK HOMES from a record breaking 18 Major UK Manufacturers!! you’ll be spoilt for choice!
NAEC Stoneleigh, Stoneleigh Park (locally known as National Agricultural Centre), Warwickshire
Join us for a fun-filled summer event that celebrates the extra special bond we have with our four-legged friends. Including a Fun Dog Show, agility and flyball, there’s lots to take part in with your dog.
Calling all Rock & Roll lovers! The event is the perfect show for those with a love of the outdoors and a passion for retro.
Join us in your motorhome, caravan or tent for a long weekend of jive, dance and rockabilly or head to the event for a day out shopping in the exhibition area.
Join us at Bubbenhall Wood to have fun playing outside in the woods. We will be building dens, making things and learning about firelighting. Finally, remember to wear old clothes and prepare to get muddy. Suitable for children aged 7-11 but please note dogs are not permitted on this session.
We will meet at the car park at 12pm where the course starts with a 20 minute introduction on how to forage safely and sustainably, and a brief of the general countryside codes where they relate to foragers.
We’ll then set off for roughly a 2.
Bubbenhall Wood and Meadow, Bubbenhall, Pagets Lane, Coventry
An afternoon of songs,music and poetry featuring ,Songbirds from Worcester, Zenith Harmony from Kenilworth, Mikael Pettersson, head of pianists at Birmingham Royal Ballet and Emilie Lauren Jones, poet from Coventry.
Abbey Hill United Reformed Church Church, Abbey Hill, Kenilworth
This is an annually held event in the wonderful Abbey Fields Park in the centre of Kenilworth a short distance from the Town and Castle. Popular with local people and outside visitors alike.
As well as a good mixture of various charity and trade stalls there is a full programme of Arena and Stage Events.
The 3 hectare Wellesbourne allotment site with 98 members is one of the oldest in the country (180 yrs). Its impressive range of vegetables from ridiculously large to miniscule, delicious fruits and beautiful flowers offers much of interest to novice, experienced gardeners and young enthusiasts.
Following the success of our tool collection last year, here is another great opportunity to clear your garage, loft or shed of those inherited or unused tools. Bring them to Chedham’s Yard knowing they will be put to good use.
Feel the heat and see the sparks fly. Come and watch the hot metal being worked and speak with the metal workers in our traditional forge and wheelwrights’ shed. Throughout the day you can learn about the legends and beliefs associated with horse shoes.
Have you ever wondered what lies under your house or how far down is the bedrock? Have you unearthed curiosities in your garden – metalwork, fossils, stones, bricks, bones, pottery, clay pipes or coins? Bring them along and share the mystery, perhaps have them identified and explained.
Robin, an experienced wheelwright and friend of the Yard, will be showing and talking about the wood he uses for wheel making, the skills required and tricks used to assemble the wheel from a seemingly hopeless pile of odd wooden shapes.
Join us as we try to spot some of our resident bats. Charlecote Park is home to lots of bats! Stroll around the grounds with a member of Warwickshire Bat Group to find out a little more about them and, hopefully, see a few. Detecting equipment will be provided for the evening. Booking Essential. Phone: 01789 470277.
Find out all about beekeeping and Charlecote’s own honey bees. This day-long event will introduce you to Charlecote’s bees and the world of beekeeping. Join your hosts for an introductory talk before being taken out into the parkland to discover the various plants that attract our bees.
Willow weaving is an ancient traditional craft. Join our workshop and create something to take home. Learn to weave and create a willow chicken during this 4-hour workshop. All materials will be supplied and you’ll be left with a hand-made, one-off creation for all your hard work. Booking Essential.
Kenilworth was historically a very important town in Warwickshire. It has one of England’s best castle ruins and plenty of pubs and good restaurants. This year we welcome four new gardens on Fieldgate Lane and Siddeley Avenue to the group making ten gardens in all, providing great variety.
Indulge your inner artisan with stalls and demonstrations for all the family.
Showcasing a wonderful range of vintage games and workshops, to historic craft demonstrations and local choirs, you won’t want to miss this fantastic day out in the beautiful surroundings of our parkland.
Bagot’s Castle, Baginton, CV8 3AR have three children’s trial set in 19 acres of pastureland surrounding the castle.
The trails would be suitable for children from the age of 3 to teenagers. This is an enjoyable way for children to learn about the history of Bagot’s Castle.
A day dedicated to the wonders of Warwickshire’s wildlife! Plenty of activities to get you wild such as canal boat rides, guided walks, crafts, games, local wildlife experts to chat to, trails, refreshments and your chance to explore Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Tasker’s Meadow and Stockton Cutting nature reserves...
Clay soil' Don’t despair. Here is a garden full of an exciting range of plants which thrive in hostile conditions. Grass paths lead you round borders filled with many unusual plants. Features incl a pond and a bamboo grove complete with panda! A peaceful haven for wildlife and visitors.
Flowers are often referred to as ‘ornamentals’. But they don’t just look good, they can be an essential part of your organic growing. Flowers attract pollinators such as bees, they can be used in companion planting in the veg patch, and some you can even eat.
Looking for a way to keep the kids entertained over the half term break? Bring them along to Bear Rock climbing Camps.
Enjoy climbing games and fun team-building activities, learn how to tie knots and belay. Sessions are tailored to suit each child’s ability and interests.
Doctor musicians from all over Europe have joined together under the direction of a professional conductor, Simon Wright, to offer A musical Journey of Loss, Triumph and Mystery in aid of our chosen charity, OHMI.
Warwick Art Centre’s Family Day is back and we invite you to explore The Great Outdoors!
Grab a map and travel north, south, east and west, discovering free games, activities and events as you go! Scale mountains to giddy heights, take a dip in our blue lagoon and venture into our woodland forest.
Warwick Arts Centre University of Warwick Coventry
A collection of lovely, mature, suburban gardens, each one different in style and size. Come and enjoy the imaginatively planted herbaceous borders, spectacular roses, water features, fruit and vegetable patches, cottage garden planting and shady areas, something for everyone and plenty of ideas for you to take home.