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Events Around Swindon

Today to Thu 19 Sep, closest first.    

More details - Swindon Recital Series - Bute Bones Trombone Quartet
We are sure of a rousing start to Swindon Recital Series’ 2019-20 season when we welcome Bute Bones to the Wyvern Theatre. These are four young trombonists from varied musical backgrounds who formed this quartet last year at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Wyvern Theatre Theatre Square Swindon
Wed 18 Sep 19

More details - Charity Movie Night - Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again!
Charity Movie Night! On Saturday 7th September at 7:15pm come and see Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again complete with greek supper and a complimentary drink on arrival all for the worthy cause of supporting Breast Cancer Now for just £15!
Christ Church, Cricklade Street, Swindon
Sat 7 Sep 19

More details - Connections: An Exhibition by group 7
This group exhibition brings together the artists of group 7, who have a strong commitment to the media of drawing, painting and printmaking. They share an interest in abstract and expressive painting with a strong use of colour.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Bath Road Old Town Swindon
Today to Sat 24 Aug, Tue 27 Aug to Sat 31 Aug, Tue 3 Sep to Sat 7 Sep, Tue 10 Sep to Sat 14 Sep, Tue 17 Sep to Sat 21 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Fri 27 Sep

More details - Touring the Swindon Collection, 60 Years On
In 1959, the Swindon Collection of Modern British art began a tour of 16 towns and cities of the United Kingdom. From Falmouth to Sunderland, Southend-on-Sea to Bolton, thousands of museum visitors were introduced to paintings by Paul Nash, LS Lowry, Gwen John and Graham Sutherland.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Bath Road Old Town Swindon
Today to Sat 24 Aug, Tue 27 Aug to Sat 31 Aug, Tue 3 Sep to Sat 7 Sep, Tue 10 Sep to Sat 14 Sep, Tue 17 Sep to Sat 21 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Fri 27 Sep

More details - 100 Years of the Wiltshire WI
Wiltshire’s Women’s Institutes were established in 1919 and Wiltshire’s Federation is celebrating in its centenary year in 2019. Swindon Museum and Art Gallery will host to an exhibition celebrating the women of Wiltshire’s WI and the contribution they have made to county life.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Bath Road Old Town Swindon
Tue 17 Sep to Sat 21 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Sat 28 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sat 5 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Sat 12 Oct

More details - Ken White: Railways and Landscapes
This exhibition brings together a selection of paintings by one of Swindon’s best loved artists, Ken White. Known for his depictions of life in the GWR Works, this exhibition includes railway paintings and local landscapes.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery Bath Road Old Town Swindon
Tue 17 Sep to Sat 21 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Sat 28 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sat 5 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Sat 12 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Sat 19 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Sat 26 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Sat 2 Nov, Tue 5 Nov to Sat 9 Nov, Tue 12 Nov to Fri 15 Nov

More details - Tony Stockwell - Psychic Medium
An evening of Psychic Mediumship with Tony Stockwell, one of the country’s most well known and respected mediums
The Arts Centre, Swindon
Tue 17 Sep 19

More details - Coate Water Railway
Coate Water Railway (CWR) in Coate Water Country Park August Bank Holiday The above railway will be open to the public from Saturday 24th until Monday 26th August for the bank holiday. We will also be open on Tuesday 27th August (the last Tuesday opening for the school holidays).
Marlborough Road Coate Water Country Park
Sat 24 Aug 19

More details - Coate Water Miniature Railway Sunday Running
The railway is set in the North East corner of Coate Water Country Park and is operated by volunteers. We have 1 mile of dual gauge track, with our extension and 3 tunnels. The railway is suitable for children and adults of all ages (children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult).
Coate Water Country Park Swindon just off junction 15 of the M4
Sun 25 Aug, Sun 1 Sep, Sat 7 Sep, Sun 8 Sep

More details - Run the Rainbow
Prospect Hospice invites you to join the most colourful fundraiser of the year! This event is great for the whole family as well as friends and colleagues. Whether you run, jog, walk or dance the 5km route, we are sure you’ll have loads of fun!
Lydiard Park, Swindon
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - The Buscot and Coleshill Estates - Coleshill Mill Open Afternoons 2019
Ever wondered how grain is turned into flour' Visit our restored mill at Coleshill and find out more... you can also explore our replica Second World War Operational Base which will be open this afternoon.
The Buscot and Coleshill Estates, Coleshill Estate Office, Coleshill, Swindon,
Sun 8 Sep

More details - Midsummer House - Open Garden for NGS
On moving to Midsummer House four years ago, the owners created the garden using herbaceous plants brought with them from their previous home at Woolstone Mill House (not open this year). Herbaceous border, parterre with new topiary, and espaliered Malus Everest.
Midsummer House, Faringdon
Wed 11 Sep 19

More details - Faringdon Folly Tower Open
The Faringdon Folly Tower, standing on Folly Hill, is a wonderful viewpoint over 5 counties and a landmark that can be seen for miles around. The 104ft high Tower was built in 1935 by the eccentric Lord Berners, the then owner of Faringdon House, for his young friend Robert Heber-Percy.
Stanford Road, Faringdon
Sun 1 Sep 19

More details - Open Day - Faringdon Folly Tower and Woodland
This unique 100ft tower is Faringdon’s icon and the last major folly to be built in England.It sits on Folly Hill, within a charming woodland of splendid Scots Pine some more than 200 years old. Fantastic views over 5 counties.
Stanford Road, Faringdon
Sun 8 Sep, Sun 22 Sep, Sun 6 Oct

More details - Faringdon Folly Tower Open
The Faringdon Folly Tower, standing on Folly Hill, is a wonderful viewpoint over 5 counties and a landmark that can be seen for miles around. The 104ft high Tower was built in 1935 by the eccentric Lord Berners, the then owner of Faringdon House, for his young friend Robert Heber-Percy.
Stanford Road, Faringdon
Sun 15 Sep 19

More details - Marlborough Summer Cyclocross
Following a brilliant first year in 2018, the Marlborough Summer Cyclocross Races are back with a bang in 2019. 4 races in July and August with categories for all ages, including a separate race on each date for Ladies.
Marlborough College, Marlborough
Sun 25 Aug

More details - Marlborough Artists Pop-Up show
Marlborough Artists are holding their annual pop-up exhibition in Avebury Social Centre showing affordable art including paintings, photography, glass, ceramics, gifts and cards. Entry is free. Home made teas and accessible toilets. Walkers with dogs on leads welcome.
Avebury Social Centre Main Street, Avebury
Sat 31 Aug 19 and Sun 1 Sep

More details - Calne Tennis Club - Summer Camps 29 July - 23 August 2019
Come and join our ’Tennis Camps’ for a day, 3-day week, 4 x 3-day weeks or any combination thereof. Clubs in the morning will be for mini-red, mini-orange and mini-green players generally aged between 4-10 years old.
Calne Tennis CLub Beversbrook Sports Facility Beversbrook Lane, Calne
Fri 23 Aug

More details - Charity & Community Market
A market dedicated to local charities and community groups to help fund raise and raise awareness of the work they do.
Cirencester Market Place,
Sat 31 Aug 19

More details - Classic Car Show
A free, local classic car show in Cirencester! A Charity Event with all the proceeds going to Cirencester based charity Cirencester Housing for Young People (CHYP), a small local charity that provides supported accommodation for vulnerable young people who find themselves homeless through no fault of their own.
Cirencester Market Place,
Sun 8 Sep 19

More details - Swindon Choral Society Summer Concert
Swindon Choral Society singing Mozart Requiem, Vivaldi Gloria and Monteverdi Beatus Vir. Musical Director Robin Nelson with professional soloists and Orchestra. Retiring collection in aid of Music at Cirencester Parish Church.
Parish Church of St John Baptist, Cirencester
Sat 14 Sep 19

More details - Children’s Roman Soldier Trail
Children’s Roman Soldier Trail 18 July – 02 September Search for the Roman soldiers around the museum galleries this summer. We invite younger children to find the Roman soldiers hidden around the museum and older children who find them will answer questions to find out what life as a Roman soldier was like.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Today to Mon 2 Sep

More details - Victorian Home
Behind the Scenes with Caroline Morris Museum Resource Centre, Northleach Come and explore the 19th century home through the museum’s reserve collections. After a tour of the Resource Centre, we will look at the Victorian home room by room using objects from our social history store.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Wed 4 Sep 19

More details - Saxon Treasures
Afternoon Talk with James Harris Incredible Saxon sites have been discovered throughout the Cotswolds in recent years, adding to our knowledge of this enigmatic period of time. James will present some of the best tools, jewels and treasures for you to see, hold and feel. Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 12 Sep 19

More details - Thelma & Louise
Corinium Cinema In one of the greatest road movies of all time, Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon ride to everlasting fame as two women who embark on a crime spree across the American southwest. Cert: 15 Run time: 2 hr. 04 min.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 12 Sep 19

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