June 2019

DateTimeEvent
3rd
Brightwell School term 6 starts.
8th
BRIGHTFEST
8th7:30pmCranford Choral Society Summer Concert.  Faure Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine.  St Mary's Church, Wallingford.  Tickets £10.00; under 16s free.  Details at www.cranfordchoral.org.uk.
9th2:00pm
Open Gardens. At least a dozen quaint, quirky and simply stunning private gardens will be open to visitors in our picturesque village (2-5pm).  There will be demos, kids activities, music and teas. For more information see the News pages, email BrightwellOpenGardens@gmail.com, find us on Twitter at @BcSOpenGardens, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/events/1679683608844423/, or on the UK national directory at www.opengardens.co.uk/open_gardens.php?id=2254
9th10:00am
Chiltern Chase 5, 10 & 15k runs. The Common, Ewelme. Details at www.chilternchase.com.
12th
OVO Energy Women's Tour passes through Brightwell - an elite international cycling road race.
12th7:45pm‘Oxfordshire in the British Civil Wars 1642-51’.  TWHAS talk by Stephen Barker. St. Mary's Church, Wallingford. Visitors (£4.00) most welcome.  More details at www.twhas.org.uk.
17th10am - 12.30pm
Coffee Link Up at Root One. All welcome for a bit of company and a chat.
18th
Village Lunch.
21st8:00pm
Save the Children Midsummer Mayhem - The Potato Barn Dance at Highlands Farm with the Antler Ceilidh Band.  Tickets available soon...
22nd2 - 7pm
Save the Children Country Fair on the Recreation Ground.
29th2:00pm
Village Fete at Morton House.
30th7.00pm
Summer Concert at St Agatha's Church.

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