September 2017

DateTimeEvent
TBA
Harvest Festival
4th12:00noonTENNIS for people 60+ starts at Kings Meadow Tennis Club.  12:00-1:00pm every Tuesday. FREE. To book, contact Conor Grogan 07717 326660; e-mail conor.grogan@southandvale.gov.uk.
7th6.00pmWallingford Gardening Club. Garden visit to Upper Chalford Farm, between Sydenham & Postcombe, Chinnor OX39 4NH. Cost £5. Just turn up, visitors very welcome. Isabelle Darby, 01491 836867.
8th-10th
Wallingford Museum. The fourth Agatha Christie Weekend will be held throughout Wallingford and Cholsey, a collaboration with Cholsey 1000 Plus. If you would like to be involved, please contact Judy Dewey on 01491 651127 or judy@piepowder.co.uk. www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk
8th8.00pm

Agatha Christie Weekend.Wallingford Masonic Hall: John Curran, celebrated Agatha Christie specialist, 'The Life and Crimes of Agatha Christie'. Tickets £12. Bar available.

9th8.00pm

Agatha Christie Weekend. St. Mary’s Church, Cholsey: Lucy Worsley: 'A Very British Murder'. Tickets £15 includes a drink.

9th & 10th10.00am

Agatha Christie Trail Guided Walks. Leave Wallingford Museum at 10am. Tickets £10 on the day, includes entry to exhibitions at both Wallingford Museum and Cholsey Day Centre. Also includesticket to return on the C&WR Heritage Railway.

8th, 9th & 10th

Various times


Wallingford Museum: 'At Home with the Queen of Crime' - Friday 2pm to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm. Special half-price offer, £2.50. Agatha Christie Exhibition. Cholsey Day Centre: 'Agatha, Cholsey, and her Books' - Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm. Entry £2.50. Other events go to website.

11th10:00amT'ai Chi in the Village Hall - FREE taster session.  All welcome.  Regular classes at £8.00 to follow.  For further details see www.HealingQi.co.uk/tai-chi; e-mail ThamesTaiChi@gmail.com; or telephone Mark on Mark 07966 253399.
12th12.15pmVillage Lunch in the Village Hall.  Contact Jacqui 836018 or Belinda 836223 to book a place.
12th7.30pmWI - talk on Home energy savings’ by Rob Pritchard. Village Hall.
13th9:00amT'ai Chi in the Village Hall - FREE taster session.  All welcome.  Regular classes at £8.00 to follow.  For further details see www.HealingQi.co.uk/tai-chi; e-mail ThamesTaiChi@gmail.com; or telephone Mark on Mark 07966 253399.
14th

Voting in the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum. http://www.southoxon.gov.uk/services-and-advice/planning-and-building/planning-policy/neighbourhood-plans/brightwell-cum-sotwell
14th10:00amExercise to Music Class - FREE taster session at Didcot Conservative Club, Foxhall Road, OX11 7AD.  10:00-11:00am. Please bring a mat/towel. High demand expected so please come early.  For more information, contact Abingdon and Witney College on 01235 216429.  For details of classes, visit www.abingdon-witney.ac.uk/oal or call 01235 555585
17th10:00amArt Haus Club Super Sunday: Painting and Craft Activities for ages 5 - 13 Years. 10:00am - 11:30am Village Hall. £8.00 per child. For more details, call 07040 909920, e-mail arthausclub@gmail.com, or visit www.arthausclub.co.uk.
22nd
Rhythms at the Yurt presents local jazz favourite; Fleur Stevenson with Pete Billington on keyboards. https://www.haddonacre.co.uk/rhythms-at-the-yurt
23rd6.00pmCANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS. WATCH WEBSITE FOR NEW DATE.  Claire Booth in Concert at St Agatha's, in aid of church funds and the Brightwell Playground Appeal. Tickets £15 for adults and £5 for students and under 18s. Price includes interval refreshments. Tickets from Village Stores.
24th11.00am
Community Association 5k Fun Run starting at the Donkey Sanctuary. £5 for adults (£6 on the day), £1 for children under 16.  Email brightwellfunrun@gmail.com for a registration form. If you turn up on the day, last entries are 10.30am. Details on website http://www.brightwellrun.com
26th7.30pmCommunity Association AGM in the Village Hall.

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