April 2019

DateTimeEvent
5th
 
Brightwell School term 4 ends.
9th
"Poos from the Past"; children's archaeology workshops at Wallingford Museum.  Details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.
9th7.45pm
WI talk by Hugh Warwick on 'The Care of Hedgehogs'. Village Hall.
10th7.45pm
The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society. Talk on "The Turbulent Lifetime of Thomas Vachell" by Tony Hadland. St Mary's Church, Wallingford. Visitors, 4, are most welcome.
11th
"Poos from the Past"; children's archaeology workshops at Wallingford Museum.  Details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.
14th10.00am
Palm Sunday procession from St James' Church to St Agatha's.
14th6:00pm"The Crucifixion" - John Stainer. The Choir of St Agatha's at St Agatha's Church.  Admission Free; retiring collection for those who wish to make a donation.
15th10am - 12.30pm
Coffee Link Up at Root One. All welcome. Go along if you feel like a bit of company and a chat.
16th
"Poos from the Past"; children's archaeology workshops at Wallingford Museum.  Details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.
18th
"Poos from the Past"; children's archaeology workshops at Wallingford Museum.  Details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.
18th7.00pmMaundy Thursday. Congregations of Brightwell Free Church and others to join at St Agatha's for a shared supper.
19th10.45amChurches Together in Wallingford Market Place for a united act of worship and then observe 'The Final Hour' at St Mary Magdalene in Crowmarsh.
20th8.00pm
Holy Saturday / Easter Eve. St James will host an Easter Vigil Service beginning at 8pm with the lighting of the Easter Fire at sundown.
21st9.30am
Easter Festival Family Communion and Easter Egg Hunt. St Agatha's.
23rd8:00pmAnnual Parish Meeting.  Village Hall.
23rd
Brightwell School term 5 starts.

 

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