January 2019

DateTimeEvent
3rd2.00pmBrightwell Short Mat Bowls Club will re-start on Thursdays. First two sessions free for new members to try their hand and see if the game appeals.
5th2:45pmWassail! Assemble at the Red Lion for a 3:00pm start. Finishing with food & pay bar in the Village Hall until 7pm..
5th8:00pmWassail Dance at the Village Hall  with a Wassail Barn Dance. 
6th9.30amEpiphany - Family Service at St Agatha's.
8th7:30pmWI - Resolutions and 16th Birthday. Village Hall.
9th7:45pm"Women at War".  David Beasley will be returning to The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS) to show his 'Women at War' presentation. It will be lavishly illustrated from David's extensive photographic collection, and feature much local interest covering both World Wars, enabling a comparison to be made between the two eras.  Visitors (4) are most welcome.
www.twhas.org.uk
21st10.00amWI Friendly Link-up at Root One. 
25th
Stargazing at RAL, Harwell campus. Annual event, fascinating talks, hands-on activities. Booking will open on Friday 11th January at 12 noon via our website:  https://stargazing-2019.eventbrite.co.uk.
26th7:30pm
Cranford Choral Society presents Britten's Saint Nicholas and Haydn's Te Deum. St Mary's Church Cholsey.  Tickets available from Anthony Finn (835540).  More information at http://www.cranfordchoral.org.uk



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