September 2018

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.
8thAgatha 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.
11th7.30pmWI - Talk "Hidden Histories of Nursery Rhymes" by Moira Byast. Village Hall.

Community Association Fun Run.  Further details to follow.
Community Association AGM.

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