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Jun
16
Sun
2019
9:30 am North Wessex Downs Walking Festi... @ Various
North Wessex Downs Walking Festi... @ Various
Jun 16 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
North Wessex Downs Walking Festival 2019 @ Various | Hungerford | England | United Kingdom
North Wessex Downs Walking Festival 2019 Calendar of Events Saturday, 8th June 2019 9.30am A ‘Venerable’ Nordic Walk from Blewbury 11 miles, 6 hours.  Pay on the day – £8 Sunday, 9th June 2019 10.30am[...]
10:00 am Clothing surgery @ The Mix, Wantage
Clothing surgery @ The Mix, Wantage
Jun 16 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Clothing surgery @ The Mix, Wantage | England | United Kingdom
Alter, adapt and refashion your wardrobe! Have a rummage through your wardrobe and bring along clothes you don’t wear – if they don’t fit, need updating or could do with a total make-over we can[...]
2:00 pm Marlborough Open Gardens @ Marlborough
Marlborough Open Gardens @ Marlborough
Jun 16 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Marlborough Open Gardens @ Marlborough | Marlborough | Massachusetts | United States
Sunday 16th June 2019, 2pm—6pm Tickets from The Merchant’s House, £6 in advance, £8 on the day (accompanied children under 14 free) 132 High Street, Marlborough 12 Gardens open to visitors Teas 3pm—5pm, in garden number[...]
3:00 pm Bands in Victoria Park
Bands in Victoria Park
Jun 16 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Bands in Victoria Park
Sunday 5 May 3-5pm Blewbury Youth Brass Sunday 12 May 3-5pm Royal Wootton Bassett Brass Sunday 19 May 3-5pm Tadley Band Sunday 2 June 3-5pm Dr G’s Big Band Sunday 9 June 3-5pm Beenham Wind[...]
5:00 pm Sunday Pizza Night at the Queens... @ Queens Arms
Sunday Pizza Night at the Queens... @ Queens Arms
Jun 16 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday Pizza Night at the Queens Arms in East Garston @ Queens Arms | England | United Kingdom
Most of the restaurants and pubs may be shut of a Sunday evening – but not the Queens Arms. Just as the last Sunday lunches are being cleared away, we’re firing up our pizza ovens[...]
Jun
17
Mon
2019
8:00 am Abstract Reality Exhibition @ Newbury Library
Abstract Reality Exhibition @ Newbury Library
Jun 17 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Abstract Reality Exhibition @ Newbury Library | England | United Kingdom
Abstract Reality Exhibition at Newbury Library Two artists under 1 roof – Bringing together abstract acrylic paint pours and detailed watercolour pencil portraits. June 1st – August 3rd 2019 Caroline Moore and Ross Buckner will[...]
9:30 am Monkey Mayhem @ The Beacon
Monkey Mayhem @ The Beacon
Jun 17 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Monkey Mayhem @ The Beacon | England | United Kingdom
Pre-school stay and play session with bouncy castle and ball pit. Buy tickets on the door – no booking required.   Dates Every Monday & Friday (except Bank Holidays). Price £3.70 per child or £5.70[...]
10:00 am Monday Rhymetime @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library
Monday Rhymetime @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Monday Rhymetime @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library | England | United Kingdom
Monday Rhymetime at Thatcham Library Rhymetime for under 3’s at Thatcham Library. Every Monday in term time, 10.00-10.20am. For more information, please contact the library. Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/ http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30286
10:00 am Music Mondays, Wantage @ Vale & Downland Museum
Music Mondays, Wantage @ Vale & Downland Museum
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Music Mondays, Wantage @ Vale & Downland Museum | England | United Kingdom
For under 5s – come and join Music Mondays.  Join in with traditional songs and rhymes accompanied by live music. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  Spaces are limited so please book in advance[...]
1:30 pm Duplo Play Sessions @ Theale Lib... @ Theale Library
Duplo Play Sessions @ Theale Lib... @ Theale Library
Jun 17 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Duplo Play Sessions @ Theale Library @ Theale Library | Theale | England | United Kingdom
Duplo Play Sessions For toddlers and preschoolers: Mondays, 1.30-3.00pm all year round Wednesdays. 10.45am-12.15pm half-term and holidays An informal session to have fun with Duplo. Younger siblings welcome – we have a few baby toys to[...]

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Jun
18
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Jun 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Macular Support Group – Tea @ Newbury Friends' Meeting House
Jun 18 @ 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Macular Support Group - Tea @ Newbury Friends' Meeting House | England | United Kingdom

Tuesday 18 June 2019

Let’s Beat Macular Disease.18 June 2.00 p.m. Friends’ Meeting Place, Newbury RG14 5DS.

Cake Stall, Book Stall, Raffle and more. Admission includes tea and a slice of cake. Everyone Welcome

Contact Wilma 01635 552128

Jun
19
Wed
2019
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club
Jun 19 @ 12:11 pm – 1:11 pm
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

The Silver Circle is a club which provides an opportunity for older people in the village to meet socially. Membership is available to anyone aged 55+ and both ladies and gentlemen are equally welcome!

We get together in the afternoon of the 3rd Wednesday of each month, and a variety of activities are organised throughout the year – for example, illustrated talks, lighthearted quizzes and bingo. Meetings are held at the British Legion Club in Big Lane, and the afternoon is rounded off with tea and biscuits. Guests are always welcome too, for a small fee.

We also arrange 2 or 3 outings each year, and non-members are welcome to join us. The cost of the outings is subsidised for members, from our fundraising.

The annual membership fee is amazingly low! (currently £4).

If you are interested in joining, or would like to come to one of our meetings for a “taster” please contact a member of the committee: Louise Wilkin 01488 71468,

Jenny Carter 01488 72679, Irene Brownlee 01488 72100

Date Speaker/Outing Topic
20 March Robert Starr “A Year on the Chalk Stream” (River Kennet)
17 April Retraining of Racehorses British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.
15 May Henry Jefferies “Bread, the staff of life”
19 June Alan Fletcher A blind gentleman & his guide dog  will tell us about Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
17 July Outing A short Mystery Tour, with a stop for tea
21 August Cream Teas Venue to be confirmed
18 September Skittles At Lambourn Woodlands hall, TBC
23 October* Outing to Oxford *NB: Date changed to a week later as it is an all day excursion
20 November Dr Hugh Pihlens “A General History of the Kennet & Avon Canal”
4 December Christmas Lunch Venue to be confirmed
15 January 2020 New Year Social With a musical presentation by Bill King “The Magic and Mystery of Glen Miller”
19 February AGM  
Heading for Extinction (and what to do about it) @ Wesley Hall, Marlborough
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Heading for Extinction (and what to do about it) @ Wesley Hall, Marlborough | Marlborough | England | United Kingdom

The planet is in ecological crisis: we are in the midst of the sixth mass extinction event this planet has experienced. Scientists believe we may have entered a period of abrupt climate breakdown. This is an unprecedented global emergency. Our children and our nation face grave risk.

Following on from the march along Marlborough High Street in May, many people have asked to know more about the climate crisis and what they can do to help.

Everyone is welcome and there will be plenty of time to ask questions and discuss afterwards. Entry is free but please donate towards venue hire costs and travel expenses for speakers, if you can.

Pathways To The Sky: Military Airfields in Britain 1911-1944 @ Greenham Common Tower
Jun 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Pathways To The Sky: Military Airfields in Britain 1911-1944

19th June 2019 7.30pm

Cafe will be open serving hot and cold drinks and cake.

The car park can be dark. We will provide lighting but please bring a torch.

 

Jun
29
Sat
2019
The Great British Food Festival at Englefield House @ Englefield House
Jun 29 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Great British Food Festival at Englefield House @ Englefield House | Englefield | England | United Kingdom

We have lots of amazing food producers, tasty street food and thirst-quenching bars, alongside chef demos, a bake stage, a new BBQ stage, lots for the kids and, of course great live music, all in a stunning location.

There’s plenty for kids to do as well, including a free circus-skills workshop, giant bubble blowing, a treasure hunt and our special food Olympics.

See you from 10am-5pm on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June for two fantastic days of foodie fun!

Festival of Motorcycling @ Crofton Beam Engines
Jun 29 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Festival of Motorcycling @ Crofton Beam Engines | Crofton | England | United Kingdom

Saturday, Sunday 29th, 30th June 10.30 to 4.30

For our June steaming weekend we have teamed up with the Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum in Calne to offer an exhibition and talks on the history of motorcycling.

There will be exhibits covering over 100 years of motorcycling history including many rare and beautifully restored examples. Over both days there will be a talk by Roger Fogg illustrating the Social History of Motorcycling. Although the motorcar has risen to the fore in developed countries it is clear the two wheeled motorcycle was key to opening up undeveloped areas when roads were rough and fuel were in short supply. There is also a nod as to how the military use of motorcycles to move men and carry messages became a key part of military campaigns over the last 100 years and more.

We invite motor cycle clubs and classic car clubs to join us for what promises to be a full weekend. We have ample hard parking for our motorcycle visitors and a large grass area for cars.

Entry to the grounds and exhibition is free.

Our historic beam engines will be at work pumping water to the top of the Kennet and Avon Canal as they have done since 1809. This fact makes them the oldest fully working engines in the world still doing the job they were built for. Come and visit to learn how Crofton Beam Engines have survived and continues to thrive today.

The Engineman’s Rest Café will be serving fresh foods and drinks over the whole weekend.

Jun
30
Sun
2019
The Great British Food Festival at Englefield House @ Englefield House
Jun 30 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Great British Food Festival at Englefield House @ Englefield House | Englefield | England | United Kingdom

We have lots of amazing food producers, tasty street food and thirst-quenching bars, alongside chef demos, a bake stage, a new BBQ stage, lots for the kids and, of course great live music, all in a stunning location.

There’s plenty for kids to do as well, including a free circus-skills workshop, giant bubble blowing, a treasure hunt and our special food Olympics.

See you from 10am-5pm on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 June for two fantastic days of foodie fun!

Festival of Motorcycling @ Crofton Beam Engines
Jun 30 @ 10:30 am – 4:30 pm
Festival of Motorcycling @ Crofton Beam Engines | Crofton | England | United Kingdom

Saturday, Sunday 29th, 30th June 10.30 to 4.30

For our June steaming weekend we have teamed up with the Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum in Calne to offer an exhibition and talks on the history of motorcycling.

There will be exhibits covering over 100 years of motorcycling history including many rare and beautifully restored examples. Over both days there will be a talk by Roger Fogg illustrating the Social History of Motorcycling. Although the motorcar has risen to the fore in developed countries it is clear the two wheeled motorcycle was key to opening up undeveloped areas when roads were rough and fuel were in short supply. There is also a nod as to how the military use of motorcycles to move men and carry messages became a key part of military campaigns over the last 100 years and more.

We invite motor cycle clubs and classic car clubs to join us for what promises to be a full weekend. We have ample hard parking for our motorcycle visitors and a large grass area for cars.

Entry to the grounds and exhibition is free.

Our historic beam engines will be at work pumping water to the top of the Kennet and Avon Canal as they have done since 1809. This fact makes them the oldest fully working engines in the world still doing the job they were built for. Come and visit to learn how Crofton Beam Engines have survived and continues to thrive today.

The Engineman’s Rest Café will be serving fresh foods and drinks over the whole weekend.

Alom Shaha: How to be Your Child’s First Science Teacher @ Corn Exchange
Jun 30 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Alom Shaha: How to be Your Child’s First Science Teacher @ Corn Exchange | England | United Kingdom

Doing hands-on activities with children is the best way to get them exploring the world around them and thinking like scientists and engineers. However, many parents lack confidence in doing science with their kids, even when they are scientists or engineers themselves!

Teacher & author of Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder, Alom Shaha, will talk about his own introduction to science and show how any parent can help their children to learn from their curiosity about the world – so they can take the step from “wow!” to “how?”

When & Where is the talk?

3 – 4pm, Sunday 30th June 2019, in the Balcony Bar, Corn Exchange, Market Square, Newbury.

The event is free and unticketed.

As always, if you have any feedback on any of the talks or comments you’d like to make, please feel free to email (info@newburytalks.org.uk), contact us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/newburytalks/) or via the website (https://newburytalks.wordpress.com/)  or tweet (@newburytalks) us! If you’ve enjoyed the talks, then please spread to the word to other people in the area who may be interested in what we’re doing.

Also, if you like what we’re trying to do, and would like to support us, we have a Patreon page where you can sign up to giving as little as $1 per event – https://www.patreon.com/newburytalks

 

Jul
7
Sun
2019
Teddy Bears’ Picnic – Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre
Jul 7 @ 10:30 am – 5:00 pm
Teddy Bears' Picnic - Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre | Didcot | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears’ Picnic in partnership with the Ronald McDonald House Charity

Lots of things to see and do, including:

  • Steam and Diesel Trains in Operation
  • Free admission for Children with Teddy Bears
  • Teddy Bear displays
  • Teddy Crump
  • Children’s Activities in the Picnic Area
  • Story Reading
  • Railway themed Teddy Trail
  • Competitions for Bears!
  • and more

You can buy tickets online at any time prior to the day of your visit – or buy them at the entrance on arrival.

Children with a bear admitted free of charge.

Last admission is at 3.30 pm.

Jul
9
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Jul 9 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Jul
16
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Jul 16 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Jul
17
Wed
2019
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club
Jul 17 @ 12:11 pm – 1:11 pm
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

The Silver Circle is a club which provides an opportunity for older people in the village to meet socially. Membership is available to anyone aged 55+ and both ladies and gentlemen are equally welcome!

We get together in the afternoon of the 3rd Wednesday of each month, and a variety of activities are organised throughout the year – for example, illustrated talks, lighthearted quizzes and bingo. Meetings are held at the British Legion Club in Big Lane, and the afternoon is rounded off with tea and biscuits. Guests are always welcome too, for a small fee.

We also arrange 2 or 3 outings each year, and non-members are welcome to join us. The cost of the outings is subsidised for members, from our fundraising.

The annual membership fee is amazingly low! (currently £4).

If you are interested in joining, or would like to come to one of our meetings for a “taster” please contact a member of the committee: Louise Wilkin 01488 71468,

Jenny Carter 01488 72679, Irene Brownlee 01488 72100

Date Speaker/Outing Topic
20 March Robert Starr “A Year on the Chalk Stream” (River Kennet)
17 April Retraining of Racehorses British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.
15 May Henry Jefferies “Bread, the staff of life”
19 June Alan Fletcher A blind gentleman & his guide dog  will tell us about Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
17 July Outing A short Mystery Tour, with a stop for tea
21 August Cream Teas Venue to be confirmed
18 September Skittles At Lambourn Woodlands hall, TBC
23 October* Outing to Oxford *NB: Date changed to a week later as it is an all day excursion
20 November Dr Hugh Pihlens “A General History of the Kennet & Avon Canal”
4 December Christmas Lunch Venue to be confirmed
15 January 2020 New Year Social With a musical presentation by Bill King “The Magic and Mystery of Glen Miller”
19 February AGM  
Jul
20
Sat
2019
Star Tugs Weekend – Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre
Jul 20 all-day
Star Tugs Weekend - Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre | England | United Kingdom

Discover Brunel’s Broad Gauge and the 1930s Engine Shed.

Visit the GWT Museum and restoration workshops.

Watch the modern passenger and freight trains from the Picnic Area.

  • Steam and Diesel Trains in operation
  • Large Display of Star Tugs
  • ‘Spot the Tug’ Competition
  • Children’s activities and colouring sheets

In addition, you will be able to:

  • Ride in coaches from the 1930s behind some of our Great Western steam locomotives, or in our Steam Railmotor or Diesel Railcar. We have two running lines, ‘The Main Line‘ and ‘The Branch Line‘ with trains normally running on either or both of them. You may ride as many times as you like as there is no extra charge
  • Watch the trains go past. There are frequent journeys on our running lines so you will have plenty of opportunities to take photos from vantage points alongside the tracks as well as ride on the trains

This is a Steam Day, so you will be able to view our collections of locomotives, coaches, wagons and buildings as described in the Centre Guide and in our Guidebook (available for purchase from our shop or at the entrance) and enjoy the various facilities and exhibits.

Jul
21
Sun
2019
Star Tugs Weekend – Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre
Jul 21 all-day
Star Tugs Weekend - Didcot Railway Centre @ Didcot Railway Centre | England | United Kingdom

Discover Brunel’s Broad Gauge and the 1930s Engine Shed.

Visit the GWT Museum and restoration workshops.

Watch the modern passenger and freight trains from the Picnic Area.

  • Steam and Diesel Trains in operation
  • Large Display of Star Tugs
  • ‘Spot the Tug’ Competition
  • Children’s activities and colouring sheets

In addition, you will be able to:

  • Ride in coaches from the 1930s behind some of our Great Western steam locomotives, or in our Steam Railmotor or Diesel Railcar. We have two running lines, ‘The Main Line‘ and ‘The Branch Line‘ with trains normally running on either or both of them. You may ride as many times as you like as there is no extra charge
  • Watch the trains go past. There are frequent journeys on our running lines so you will have plenty of opportunities to take photos from vantage points alongside the tracks as well as ride on the trains

This is a Steam Day, so you will be able to view our collections of locomotives, coaches, wagons and buildings as described in the Centre Guide and in our Guidebook (available for purchase from our shop or at the entrance) and enjoy the various facilities and exhibits.

Jul
31
Wed
2019
Losing Greenham Common Was One Thing, But Air Tattoo President @ Greenham Common Tower
Jul 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Losing Greenham Common Was One Thing, But Air Tattoo President?!

31st July 2019 7.30pm

Cafe will be open serving hot and cold drinks and cake.

The car park can be dark. We will provide lighting but please bring a torch.

 

Aug
12
Mon
2019
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices | England | United Kingdom

A Neighbourhood Watch Meeting is being held on Monday 12 August 2019 at 7.30 pm in West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury.

We shall be having a talk by Dr Nick Young on “A tour around Newbury through the camera using old photographs”.

Crime updates from the Police and Fire Service.

Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting.

There is a £2 parking charge for evenings in local car parks.

Aug
13
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Aug
20
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Aug 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Aug
21
Wed
2019
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club
Aug 21 @ 12:11 pm – 1:11 pm
Lambourn Silver Circle @ British Legion Club | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

The Silver Circle is a club which provides an opportunity for older people in the village to meet socially. Membership is available to anyone aged 55+ and both ladies and gentlemen are equally welcome!

We get together in the afternoon of the 3rd Wednesday of each month, and a variety of activities are organised throughout the year – for example, illustrated talks, lighthearted quizzes and bingo. Meetings are held at the British Legion Club in Big Lane, and the afternoon is rounded off with tea and biscuits. Guests are always welcome too, for a small fee.

We also arrange 2 or 3 outings each year, and non-members are welcome to join us. The cost of the outings is subsidised for members, from our fundraising.

The annual membership fee is amazingly low! (currently £4).

If you are interested in joining, or would like to come to one of our meetings for a “taster” please contact a member of the committee: Louise Wilkin 01488 71468,

Jenny Carter 01488 72679, Irene Brownlee 01488 72100

Date Speaker/Outing Topic
20 March Robert Starr “A Year on the Chalk Stream” (River Kennet)
17 April Retraining of Racehorses British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of horses who have retired from racing.
15 May Henry Jefferies “Bread, the staff of life”
19 June Alan Fletcher A blind gentleman & his guide dog  will tell us about Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
17 July Outing A short Mystery Tour, with a stop for tea
21 August Cream Teas Venue to be confirmed
18 September Skittles At Lambourn Woodlands hall, TBC
23 October* Outing to Oxford *NB: Date changed to a week later as it is an all day excursion
20 November Dr Hugh Pihlens “A General History of the Kennet & Avon Canal”
4 December Christmas Lunch Venue to be confirmed
15 January 2020 New Year Social With a musical presentation by Bill King “The Magic and Mystery of Glen Miller”
19 February AGM  
Sep
10
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Sep 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Sep
17
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Sep 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Oct
8
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Oct
15
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Oct 15 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Nov
12
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Nov 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Nov
19
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Nov 19 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

Nov
25
Mon
2019
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices
Nov 25 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices | England | United Kingdom

A Neighbourhood Watch Meeting is being held on Monday 25 November 2019 at 7.30 pm in West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury.

We shall be having a talk by Mark Godsland, who is the Thames Valley Police Cyber Protect Officer on Fraud and Cyber Crime and crime updates from the Police and Fire Service.

Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting.

There is a £2 parking charge for evenings in local car parks.

Dec
10
Tue
2019
Lambourn Women’s Institute @ Memorial Hall
Dec 10 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Lambourn Women's Institute @ Memorial Hall | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom

Lambourn W.I. meets on the second Tuesday of each month in the Memorial Hall, Lambourn, at 7.30pm.  Visitors are always very welcome.

Lambourn W.I. programme 2019-2020

12 March From Page to Stage
9 April Knowing two British Eccentrics
14 May Discussion and Voting on National Resolutions then a Talk about Library Services
11 June Unlock your wellbeing
9 July Life as a Racehorse Trainer’s Wife
13 August Princess Iwant and the Red Bicycle
10 September Hats
8 October The Length and Breadth of Britain
12 November To be decided
10 December Candle making
14 January Talk and Taste
11 February Annual Meeting
Dec
17
Tue
2019
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library
Dec 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Family History Sessions @ Pangbourne Library @ Pangbourne Library

Research your Family History

Third Tuesday of the month at Pangbourne Library.

Learn to use Ancestry.com for your personal research.

To book a session, please contact the library:

http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30285

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/

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