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Oct
20
Sat
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 20 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
21
Sun
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 21 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
22
Mon
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 22 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
23
Tue
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 23 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
24
Wed
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 24 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
25
Thu
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 25 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
26
Fri
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 26 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Oct
27
Sat
2018
Wantage Literary Festival @ Wantage
Oct 27 all-day

From gardening and gin to pigs and physics (with lots of history, romance, sport, culture and family fun in between) there’s truly something for everyone at this year’s Wantage Literary Festival. Click here for the whole event schedule.

Book entertaining events and fascinating author talks including TV Gardener Diarmuid Gavin, BBC Breakfast present Louise Minchin, former DJ Mike Read and Guardian science editor Tim Radford (see more below).

Bring friends or come on your own and meet like-minded individuals!

Many thanks to local independent bookshops for their support: Madhatter Bookshop and Regent Secondhand Bookshop in Wantage, and Hungerford Bookshop (Hungerford Literary Festival is taking a break this year).

Tickets
The festival is a charity and keeps ticket prices as low as possible. Funds raised go back into promoting literacy and literature in the area.

Tickets are selling fast so don’t miss out. Buy them online or from the Vale & Downland Museum and Madhatter Bookshop, Mill Street, Wantage 01235 763215.

Festival Events
Here are some highlights of the events schedule (click here to book tickets):

• Sat 20 Oct Nick Cope’s Family Songtime.
• Wed 24 Oct Roald Dahl-themed activity day.
• Wed 24 Oct 
Suffragette afternoon tea.
• Wed 24 Oct Winners of the children’s writing competition performance.
• Wed 24 Oct Local Voices (over 18 years) open mic night.
• Fri 26 Oct Gin tasting night at The Cob & Pen.
• Sat 27 Oct How to Get Published (fiction workshop).

Festival Talks
A wide range of fascinating talks by expert speakers. Each talk lasts for approximately 45 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Books can be purchased at end, signed by the author if requested.

Here are some highlights of the speaker schedule (click here for dates and to book tickets):

• Diarmuid Gavin TV gardener with Clover Stroud (author of The Wild Other)
• Sam Willis and James Daybell – BBC history presenters.
• Keggie Carew – Costa Biography Award winner in 2016, about to take up prestigious residency at the Gladstone Library.
• Lucy Newlyn  talking about the positive side of bipolar disorder.
• Mike Read – former DJ talking about The British Plaque Trust.
• Tim Radford – The Guardian’s Science Editor talking about quantum physics.
• Martin Kemp – the world’s leading Leonardo da Vinci expert.
• Oliver Letwin MP – in conversation with Ed Vaizey MP.
• Louise Minchin – BBC Breakfast presenter talking about taking up sport.
• Helen Browning  – CEO of the Soil Association, organic pig farmer & owner of The Royal Oak in Bishopstone.
• Sir Max Hastings – acclaimed historian on his latest book about the conflict in Vietnam.
• Tracy Borman – TV historian and Curator of the Historic Royal Palaces (alongside Lucy Worsley) talking about Henry VIII.
• Fiction Panel –local authors Nicola Cornick (historical), Lucy Atkins (thriller) and Fanny Blake (romance).

 

Nov
24
Sat
2018
Lambourn Indoor Christmas Market @ Walwyn Hall
Nov 24 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Lambourn Indoor Christmas Market @ Walwyn Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Join us for the Lambourn Indoor Christmas Market. There will be lots of stalls, including local businesses selling gifts, toys, books, clothing, jewellery, skincare, beauty and local produce.  Plus lots of tasty goodies being serving in the cafe and children’s craft activities. We will be raising funds for local charities too! Come down, join us and support your local businesses.

Find out more and follow our facebook page for updates www.facebook.com/LambournIndoorMarket

The market will be at the The Walwyn Hall (previously Lambourn Catholic Hall) on Baydon Road, on Saturday 24th November 2018 from 10am to 1pm.

 

More information

Contact us
Email – michelle.miles@fusionliveevents.com
Facebook – facebook.com/LambournIndoorMarket