|1st||8:00pm||Quiz at the Red Lion in support of December's Old Time Music Hall|
|7th||Harvest Family Service at St Agatha's.|
|9th||7.30pm||WI - Talk on "Creative Paper Cutting" by Christine Green. Village Hall.|
|10th||7:45pm||‘Late Saxon and Early Medieval town life in Wallingford: excavations at the Old Waitrose site, St Martin's Street, Wallingford’|
Oliver Good (of Cotswold Archaeology) will talk to The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS) about the archaeological excavations on the former Waitrose site.
Visitors (£4) are most welcome.
|12th||TBA||"Meet the Author" night in aid of Brightwell Supporting Refugees. Author and Villager Peter Adamson has kindly offered to give a talk on
his recent novel 'The Kennedy Moment'.This is a gripping conspiracy
tale set in a background in the 1980s of child immunisation. |
good read, from an author who has also written two previous novels and
several major UNICEF reports on child health. It will be an evening not
to be missed.
Sinodun Players present Agatha Christie’s A Murder is Announced
Corn Exchange, Wallingford. Tickets £10 www.cornexchange.org.uk
|21st||Apple Day at the Red Lion. Featuring a cake & produce stall in aid of Brightwell Supporting Refugees. If you'd be willing to make a cake or donate a jar of something delicious to sell on the stall, please get in touch (email@example.com) or bring it along.|
|26th||6:00pm||A Night at the Museum - Wallingford Museum will have a special one-off evening opening at half price (Adults £2.50, accompanied children free as usual), on Friday 26th Oct (6pm to 9pm) offering a chance to see our current exhibitions and also take a look 'behind the scenes' at a time when we are usually closed. You can also find out more about how the museum is run and what opportunities there are to join the team of volunteers!|
|26th||8:00pm||Quiz at the Red Lion in aid of Brightwell Supporting Refugees||
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