Find out more about the parkland that surrounds Basildon Park mansion from our knowledgaeable team of volunteers and rangers a they take you on a guided walk of the park. Join our volunteers and rangers for a walk around Basildon Park.
Aldworth’s WEEKLY community-run village market is in our NEW village hall. Lots of fresh and local produce with locally grown plants & cut flowers in season, eggs, homemade cakes and Fairtrade groceries. Cards, crafts and other foodie stalls vary weekly. Family friendly welcome.
Aldworth village hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth, West Berkshire
Sat 26 Jan, Sat 2 Feb, Sat 9 Feb, Sat 16 Feb, Sat 23 Feb, Sat 2 Mar, Sat 9 Mar, Sat 16 Mar
Beautiful Lies (De vrais mensonges) (2010)
A film by Pierre Salvadori.
This is a light-hearted romantic comedy, set in the Mediterranean port of Sète, about how well-meaning deceptions can go very wrong.
A full evenings entertainment: Three-course dinner, Bagpipes, Toastmaster, Speakers (2 Scottish comedians travelling especially to this event from Scotland), Poems, Whisky Toasts and concluded with a Ceilidh Band with a Caller!
Dancing shoes and a splash of Tartan compulsory!
Doors open at 6.30pm.
Winters can be both hard and cold and the joy of life can be buried deep.
The Shamanic Way has us looking into nature in ways that are different. Being in it in ways that are different too. So that we can experience, learn and gather useful, practical knowledge of how to do this being human thing.
Increase consciousness of your family dynamics through artwork and compassionate collaboration.
A creative psychotherapy workshop that shines a curious and compassionate light on our family relationships.
Oxford’s much-toured 4-piece band, Moonrakers (Celtic harp, cello, stringed instruments, whistles, female/male vocals), pride themselves on having brought traditional and contemporary folk music to new audiences in village halls, churches, arts centres and festivals across the south of England in recent years.
Andy from Purely Plant (formerly Busy Baskets) will be ready for a question and answer session on plant propagation and cultivation, so be ready with your questions from soil to seeds and pests to petals.
Ridgeway Community Centre, Old Buildings off Wood Street
Dr Graham Twemlow will talk to The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS) about Great British Poster Artists.
Poster art in Britain during the 1920s and 1930s was a thriving industry enabled by enlightened clients such as Shell-Mex, the London Underground, and the four railway companies.
Based on the classic children’s book series by David McKee, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Show, is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter!Elephants, as everyone knows, are big, have trunks, and are grey. But Elmer is a patchwork of brilliant colours!
What a to-do!One hot summer’s day, four million wasps invade the quiet village of Itching Down. The picnickers panic and the farmer stops haymaking. The wasps are noisy, nasty and worst of all, they don’t mind who they sting! That is until the baker has an ingenious idea...
Malcolm doesn’t like animals, which is a problem because his family love them. Their house is full of pets.
After a bizarre school trip unlike any other, Malcolm begins to understand animals more deeply than anyone. But will he end up the same as before?
Club Rio - Fri 1 February at the Marlborough Club, Didcot, the venue for over 30’s playing dance music from the 70’s, 80’s right through to the present day entry £5 Dress code; smart, casual Tel: 07789428795
A friendly, twice-a-month event, showcasing fantastic local food and drink, directly from the producers.
The traders include bakers and makers of cheese, fudge, preserves, chocolate and more, as well as farmers.
Come and have a chat and discover the stories behind the products.
Sales by live and online public auction of antique & later: furniture; pictures; books; collectables; silver; jewellery; china & porcelain; glass; and sundries. Also white goods; garden & workshop tools and equipment; bicycles; garden plants; and household effects.
Reading Auction Centre, Great Knollys Street, Reading
An hour of luscious songs by Hugo Wolf, Claude Debussy, Ravel’s wonderful Greek songs and some very sensual and dramatic songs by Wilhelm Killmayer
It will be a delightful hour’s entertainment and an escape from the dreary winter!
Old Bluecoat School Chapel Street Central Thatcham near Newbury
Come and join us for a fabulous evening! A wonderful variety of serious and popular pieces, a welsh hymn, religious pieces, opera choruses, a spiritual and songs from the musicals.
Also features support act Avenue (acapella group)