|4th||Brightwell School Term 1 starts.|
|6th-8th||Agatha Christie Weekend at Wallingford Museum. Details at www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk.|
|10th||12.15pm||Village Lunch Club in the Village Hall.|
|10th||7.45pm||WI Meeting: Talk "Emma's Useful Acres/Wittenham Lambs Shepherdess Emma: her life with sheep!" in the Village Hall.|
|12th||Wallingford Photographic Club Welcome Evening, Crowmarsh Pavilion, Crowmarsh.|
|16th||10am - 12noon||Coffee Link up at Root One. Come for coffee, a chat and cake. Someone is always there.|
|21st||11:00am||Cholsey 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 www.cholseyrepaircafe.com or by calling 01491 652295.|
|24th||7.30pm|| Community Association AGM. Village Hall.|
|27th||10-12noon||Macmillan Coffee Morning at the Red Lion.|
|27th||8.00pm||Brightwell Supporting Refugees Jazz, Soul and Blues Evening with George Potter and friends, featuring Fleur Stevenson. Village Hall. Tickets £10.00 from the Village Stores or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. |
|30th||8.00pm||Save the Children Quiz at the Red Lion.||
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