October 2017 

DateTimeEvent
1st9.30 amFamily Harvest Festival at St Agatha's Church. All welcome.
10th7.30pmWI - talk on ‘My life in music’ by Sue Ledger. Village Hall.
11th7.45pm

The Wallingford Historical & Archaeological Society (TWHAS). Dr Graham Twemlow, a local retired University academic, will talk about ‘Art & Design in the Chilterns’. St Mary’s Church, Wallingford. Visitors (£4) are most welcome. www.twhas.org.uk

12th7.30pmWallingford Gardening Club. A talk by Steve Head 'Going for Gold at Chelsea'. Ridgeway Community Church, Wallingford. Visitors most welcome, £3.
15th10:00amArt 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.
15th12 noonApple Day at the Red Lion.  AMAZING GIANT DISPLAY of over 80 varieties of apple from the village - you will never see these in the supermarkets!
Juice making with the village press
Pop up food market
Tastings: fresh apple juice, cakes, 10 different heritage apple varieties, jams & more.
Bring your own apples to be pressed.
Great children's activities.
From 12.00-3.00
19th8:00pmBrightwell Supporting Refugees - feedback from the visit to Jordan.  St Agatha's Church Room.
20th
Rhythms at the Yurt presents Berkshire’s finest jazz singer; BB Kean with Jamie Howell on guitar. https://www.haddonacre.co.uk/rhythms-at-the-yurt
21st and 22nd
10:00amFAIR MILE REVISITED!
A retrospective, in words and pictures, on one of the last Victorian Pauper Lunatic Asylums. The Great Hall, Fair Mile, Cholsey OX10 9GT from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm. Admission £2. Light refreshments available. Book signing by Ian Wheeler, author of Fair Mile Hospital: a Victorian Asylum.
21st7:30pmCholsey Silver Band benefit concert at St Mary-le-More church, Wallingford in aid of Wallingford Corn Exchange's ongoing refurbishment appeal. Tickets £10 (£5 for under-11s). www.cornexchange.org.uk
27th6 - 9pm

Wallingford Museum will have a special one-off evening opening at half price, Adults £2.50, children free as usual, offering a chance to see our current exhibitions and also take a look 'behind the scenes' at a time when we are usually closed.  www.wallingfordmuseum.org.uk

28th
'An Evening for Alex' in aid of the Alex Lewis Appeal at the Bone Cancer Research Trust.  Music, song and dance at the Village Hall.  Tickets available from Janice 836661 and Cynthia 836509. £12.50 which includes supper.

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