September 2018

DateTimeEvent
1st-2nd
Wallingford Bunkfest (continues from 31st August). Full details at www.bunkfest.co.uk.
1st-2nd
Wallingford Museum Bunkfest Special Offers:
Firstly, extended Opening Hours .....
Tuesday to Friday 2pm - 5pm
Saturday 10.30am - 5pm
Sunday 10.30am - 5pm

Secondly, special admission prices ......
Between Friday 31st Aug and Sunday 2nd Sept the Museum is offering a special 2-for-1 admission. Two adults can enjoy the Museum for just £5 in total (normally £5 each). Accompanied children are FREE.

Thirdly, a Festival Walk ......
On Sunday 2nd Sept, you are invited to take a gentle stroll around our lovely historic town, ably led by a member of The Wallingford Historical & Archaeological Society.
The walk is FREE (donations never refused!), but it would also be an excellent opportunity to combine it with a visit to the Museum to see this year's special exhibitions and to learn the latest local research about Agatha Christie.
Meet for the walk at Wallingford Museum at 11am, and be back by 1pm.

More details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk
6th
Brightwell School & Toddler Group Start of Term.
8th11:00amCholsey Repair Cafe. Cholsey Pavilion, Station Road. 11:00 - 14:00. Volunteers who are good with their hands advise and help local folks who have faulty or broken domestic items. So far they have been able to fix blunt tools, electrical equipment (including safety testing), clothes, things needing gluing, computers, bicycles, furniture, musical instruments, picture frames and all manner of unexpected items like toys and cufflinks.
8th
Agatha Christie Day in Cholsey and Wallingford. You can join guided walks from the Town Hall - town history walk at 11am, special Agatha Christie and Midsomer Murders walk at 2.30pm - or visit Wallingford Museum for the Queen of Crime exhibition revealing her connection with the town - or follow a self-guided trail to Cholsey visiting Agatha's grave in Cholsey churchyard (or travel by heritage train).Other events are being planned - please keep up-to-date by looking out on Wallingford Museum's website www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.
10th8:00pmQuiz at the Red Lion - in aid of the Community Association
11th12.15pmVillage Lunch in the Village Hall.
11th7.30pmWI - Talk "A Balkan Adventure". Village Hall.
12th7:45pm'St Mary's Chalgrove, the Painted Church - a window into medieval art’

Bob Heath-Whyte will talk to The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS) about the wall paintings in St Mary’s Church at Chalgrove, which are unusually nearly complete and so present an opportunity to see what the artists were able to do and what the stories were that they were interpreting. Visitors (£4) are most welcome.

More details at www.twhas.org.uk
17th10am - 12 noonWI "friendly coffee" at Root One. All welcome.
23rd
11am
Fun Run - CANCELLED
Unfortunately due to stewarding issues the Brightwell-cum-Sotwell Community Association has decided to cancel this year's Fun Run on Sunday 23rd September
24th8pmRed Lion Charity Quiz.
25th7.30pm
Community Association AGM. Village Hall.
29th11:15am"The Greatest Showman" - free workshop for 7-12 year olds by PERFORM.  Jubilee Pavilion.  More details at https://www.perform.org.uk

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