May 2019

8th7:45pm'Bluestones and white bones: the origins of the people buried at Stonehenge'.  talk to The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS).  St Maryís Church, Wallingford. Visitors (£4) are most welcome. Details at
Save the Children Annual Plant Sale. The Square.
11th10:45 & 11:45
Catís Chorus will once again be entertaining market goers in St Maryís Church, Wallingford. We sing unaccompanied in four-part harmony and will be performing a range of well-known songs from our repertoire of Pop, Jazz, Latin, Blues, Folk, Traditional and Show Tunes.

We always welcome new members and rehearse on Monday evenings from 6.15 to 7.45 in Crowmarsh Pavilion. For more information please go to
Community Association Safari Supper starting at St Agatha's. More information by emailing or phoning 01491 833009.
14th7.45pmWI talk on 'The History of ursery Rhymes'. Village Hall.
Artweeks at Brightwell Village Hall.  Original paintings, photographs, prints and cards by seven local artists. 10:00am to 5:00pm - On Saturday meet the artists and join in the fun from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.  Free entry.  More details on the leaflet - click here to view.


"A Night at the Museum".  Wallingford Museum.  Details at

18th11:00amCholsey Repair Cafe at the Pavilion in Station Road, Cholsey. Clever volunteer fixers will try to help you repair household items including small electrical appliances, textiles, bicycles, toys and furniture. A sharpening service and computer assistance and plastic bag recycling are also available. The service is supported by customers' donations. Full details are available at or by calling 01491 652295.
18th2 - 4pm
Church Spring Fair at Brightwell Manor.
"Colour and Clay"  Exhibition at St Agatha's Church. Extended mixture of expressive mediums - paintings, textiles, ceramics, wool and wood.
19th10.30am- 4.30pm
"Colour and Clay" Exhibition at St Agatha's Church. Extended mixture of expressie mediums - paintings, textiles, ceramics, wool and wood.
20th10am - 12.30pm
Coffee Link Up at Root One. All welcome. Go along if you feel like a bit of company and a chat.
22nd8:00pm"Oxfordshire's Future Environment".  Talk by Prof. Richard Harding of CPRE South Oxfordshire presented by the Brightwell-cum-Sotwell Environment Group.  Preceded by a short AGM.  All welcome.
Brightwell School term 5 ends.
Rogation Sunday at Highlands Farm.


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