November 2018

3rd10am - 12noonSave the Children coffee morning in the barn at South Cottage in Sotwell Street. Also available: Christmas cards, gift wrap and handmade gifts.
6th8:00pmVillage Hall AGM.  Please come and support the hall and input into future plans.
9th7:30pm"Oh What a *@$#~*% War" - What WW1 soldiers and poets really thought. A programme of verse, prose and music.  Cholsey Day Centre (the old school).  Admission FREE but donations appreciated.  Any surplus will benefit Cholsey Day Centre.
10th7.30pmWWI Armistice supper at the Village Hall with live music & disco featuring music of the era.  Further details coming soon.
11th6:00amMarking 100 years since the end of WW1, you can hear Sue Robson playing her pipes at 6am on Sunday 11 November at the War Memorial, along with any other pipers joining her.
Armistice Remembrance Service starting at the War Memorial.
13th7.30pmWI - Talk on "The Art of the Magician" by Peter Wentworth. Village Hall.

The Wallingford Historical and Archaeological Society (TWHAS). Andy Hood, of Foundations Archaeology will give a talk about the recent excavations at Celsea Place in Cholsey, at St Mary’s Church, Wallingford. Visitors (£4) are most welcome.

16th1.30pm & 7pmTalking Science - "B is for Belladonna" by Dr Kathryn Harkup" (12+). Booking essential, details at
17th9:00amVillage Stores Christmas Event - in the Stores 9:00am-1:00pm; Stewart Room (Village Hall) 10:00am - 1:00pm
17th10am - 1pmBrightwell Art Club Exhibition. Stalls, Refreshments, Affordable Art.
19th10amWI "friendly coffee" at Root One.  All welcome.
20th8:00pmBrightwell-cum-Sotwell Environment Group presents "“A Small Chiltern Wood: History and Natural History” - A Talk by Dr Richard Fortey, Palaeontologist, natural historian, writer and television presenter.
26th7.30pmBrightwell Supporting Refugees Quiz at the Red Lion.

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