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More details - Film Night - The Children Act
Fiona Maye (Thompson) is an eminent High Court judge in London presiding with wisdom and compassion over ethically complex cases of family law. But she has paid a heavy personal price for her workload, and her marriage to American professor Jack (Tucci) is at a breaking point.
Mandeville Hall Thrapston Road, Kimbolton
Fri 15 Mar 19

More details - Member & Friends Group
Members and those interested in being a member are welcome. Join us for a coffee, a chat and find out what Timebank is all about
Coffee area, Priory Centre. St Neots
Fri 22 Feb, Fri 15 Mar

St Neots Market More details - St Neots Market
St Neots is a very lively historic market town between Bedford and Cambridge, and the market is run under charter. The local population use the market each week to buy their staples, such as meat, fruit and vegetables and bread, which make it a bustling place to be every Thursday.
St Neots Market Square
Today, Thu 28 Feb, Thu 7 Mar, Thu 14 Mar, Thu 21 Mar, Thu 28 Mar, Thu 4 Apr, Thu 11 Apr, Thu 18 Apr
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More details - Coffee morning
Meet for a chat and a cuppa. Help us celebrate St Neots Timebank’s 7th birthday
St Mary’s Church Hall, St Neots
Sat 2 Mar 19

More details - Members evening
Members decide how this evening goes. Different topic/theme each month
Community Room, inside Tesco store, Eynesbury
Mon 4 Mar

More details - Roxton Village Hall Quiz
Come along to the Roxton Village Hall Quiz Night. Ploughman’s supper included in price Bar open (cash only)
Roxton Village Hall, High Street, Roxton
Sat 2 Mar 19

More details - Embroiderers' Guild Bedford Branch
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?
St Mark’s Church Hall, Calder Rise, Bedford
Today

More details - The Folly - Open Garden for NGS
Medium sized cottage garden with an extensive collection of snowdrops, hellebores and other spring bulbs. Small parterre, pergola and pond. Light refreshments at the Knoll.
The Folly, Bedford
Sat 23 Feb, Sun 24 Feb

More details - The Knoll - Open Garden for NGS
Cottage garden, acre with a large collection of many varieties of snowdrops. Hellebores, spring bulbs and other colour. Pergolas, wildlife pond, kitchen garden and raised bed. Woodland area and island beds. Light refreshments at the Knoll.
The Knoll, Bedford
Sat 23 Feb, Sun 24 Feb

More details - National Garden Scheme. Pavenham Snowdrops
Two gardens, The Knoll and The Folly, about 400 metres apart, both about 1/3 acre, packed with snowdrops, hellebores and other Spring flowers. Over 700 different snowdrops are grown (though not all are open on any one day). Open to raise money for Macmillan and Marie Curie nurses.
The Knoll, High Street, Pavenham
Sat 23 Feb, Sun 24 Feb

More details - Snowdrops for nurses
Two gardens within 400 metres (the second is The Folly, MK43 7PE) with over 700 types of snowdrop as well as many other early Spring flowers. Is your February garden bare and boring? These are not! Come and be amazed by the variety of plants. Plants for sale, home-made refreshments at The Knoll.
The Knoll, High Street, Pavenham, Bedford
Sat 23 Feb, Sun 24 Feb

More details - Awesome Ombre Powertex Workshop
Starting with ivory powertex, build a one-off piece of art using a range of interesting materials with a broad range of textiles. Add personal elements such as old keys or jewellery to make your piece totally individual.
Tudor Rose Patchwork, Unit 1, Oakley Park, Station Rd, Oakley
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - Tempsford Museum and Archive
THE EXHIBITION WILL BE “ The Histories of Specific Points of Tempsford ” With Photographs, Ephemera and Written History of specific places in Tempsford St.
Stuart Memorial Hall, Church Street, Tempsford
Sun 3 Mar 19

More details - St Ives Choral Society. Haydn's The Creation
Haydn’s masterpiece and perhaps best-known work, is a depiction in music of the events of the book of Genesis; how God created heaven and earth, man and woman and all the creatures.
Hinchingbrooke House and Performing Arts Brampton Road Huntingdon Cambs
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - First World War presentation.
Dr Paul Stamper will be talking about the physical remains of buildings and sites associated with WW1 in England which were discovered by a English Heritage project detailed below.
The Comrades Club, Godmanchester, Huntingdon.
Wed 6 Mar 19

More details - Crazy for You
The totally high energy and gloriously glamorous musical ‘Crazy For You’ is being presented by The Musical Theatre Company at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon. This is a feel good, romantic comedy musical featuring a score from the Gershwin Brothers’ songbook.
Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Brampton Road, PE29 3BN
Today to Sun 24 Feb

More details - 67-69 High Street - Open Garden for NGS
acre rear garden of C17 cottage (not open). Early spring garden with snowdrops and hellebores, summer and autumn mixed borders, many obelisks and containers, kitchen garden, herb bed, rambling roses, and at least 60 different hostas. All giving varied interest from Feb through to Oct.
67-69 High Street, Finedon
Sun 24 Feb 19

More details - Craft Club - Coffee.Cake.Create.
A monthly craft club with a twist! Come along, bring your own project to work on & chat with fellow crafters. Coffee, tea & cake will be provided. There’s plenty of table space, plus basic tools & equipment to use, all for £5! Fancy having a go at something new?
The Emporium, Nene Court, Wellingborough
Thu 28 Feb, Thu 28 Mar

More details - Little Blessings Giveaway Day
Gifting new & nearly new baby and toddler clothes (age 0-5) completely free of charge.
The Lounge at Dianas Health & Fitness 109E Finedon Road, Wellingborough
Sun 24 Feb 19

More details - Memory Café Bedfordshire
The MacIntyre Memory Cafés offer a fun, welcoming and relaxing environment for people to take part in social activities, make new friends and enjoy fantastic cake and cups of tea and coffee. The Cafés can also be a great chance to just have a chat or sit back and read a newspaper.
Flitwick Village Hall, Dunstable Road, Flitwick
Tue 5 Mar

More details - East Bedfordshire Chamber Choir (EBCC)
Choral concert. Programme: Faure Requiem & Durufle Requiem. Organ - Justin Waters, Conducted by David Beer.
St Swithun’s Church, High Street, Sandy
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - Craft and Gift Market at the Tithe barn, Wellingborough
Come and browse our exciting range of over 20 craft stalls. The goods, created by talented crafters range from Jewellery to Jam, and keepsakes to key-rings. There is always something to delight everyone! The Tithe Barn is in central Wellingborough and is a listed building of great interest in itself.
The Tithe Barn, Wellingborough.
Sat 16 Mar

More details - The Pauline Quirke Academy Bedford - FREE OPEN DAY
The Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts is opening its doors to launch it’s afternoon academy with a free open day! Students aged 6-18 are invited to come along and try out all of our classes for free which include Musical Theatre, Comedy & Drama and Film & Television.
Kempston Challenger Academy, Hill Rise, Kempston
Sat 16 Mar 19

More details - Lyveden - Book a sneak peek visit to Lyveden Manor
We’re inviting you to get a behind the scenes experience of Lyveden Manor--currently not open to the public--and help us to shape its future. We’ll be opening up the ground floor of the manor to special booked-visits this winter.
Lyveden, near Oundle,
Fri 22 Feb, Mon 25 Feb

More details - Workshop: Spring Propagation
Learn how to sow seeds successfully and grow your own plants at this workshop run by senior members of the Swiss Garden team. Whether you want a display of summer flowers or to grow your own herbs and vegetables, this workshop will explain how. Includes tips on mixing your own compost and selecting seeds.
The Swiss Garden, Shuttleworth
Sat 16 Mar 19

Things to do in MK44 2AS