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Berkshire Events April 2018

Dormy House: Free Dementia Awareness Event for Local Community
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/dormy-house-free-dementia-awareness-event-for-local-community/
Wednesday April 25th 2018
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Dormy House
Ridgemount Road
Sunningdale

SL5 9RL

With many people seeking advice about dementia, Dormy House in Sunningdale would like to invite you to join us for a FREE Dementia Awareness Event.

Designed for members of our local community who are living with dementia and an opportunity to discuss your own diagnosis or someone you care for.

These free sessions are open for anyone wishing to explore what dementia is and to meet others to share your experiences.

The event will include the following topics…

•What is dementia and how it is diagnosed
•Hints and tips to improve communication and help challenge the way people think, act and talk about the condition
•Practical session to understand some of the day-to day frustrations that can affect a person living with dementia.

Please RSVP by 20th April 2018.


Living through the English Civil War – a talk by Catherine Sampson
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/living-through-the-english-civil-war-a-talk-by-catherine-sampson/
Wednesday April 25th 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square

RG1 3BQ

Catherine developed her love of history in childhood and pursued it at University in Sheffield and later Oxford, where she graduated with a Master’s Degree in English Local History. She is the current Chairman of Berkshire Family History Society.

The countryside in and around Reading was horribly affected by the Civil War, and this talk tells the story of what happened to the ordinary folk when the soldiers arrived. How villagers were caught up in the skirmishes, perished as a result of disease, and attempted to stave off financial disaster. Amongst the masses, we can still identify the individual: the husband who hid his valuables, the Pest House occupant who feared the worst, and the fearless individual who published scurrilous pamphlets whilst hiding on the Thames.

The talk is organised by Berkshire Family History Society.

Tickets cost £5 (£4 for society members) and includes tea or coffee and cake after the talk. You may turn up and pay at the door (subject to


Finance for Business Owners: Cash Flow and Getting Paid
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/finance-for-business-owners-cash-flow-and-getting-paid/
Wednesday April 25th 2018
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Thatcham Memorial Hall
Bath Rd
Thatcham

RG18 3AG

4th in the series of 5 workshops for Finance for Business Owners.

Funded by West Berkshire Council, these workshops are free to attend, although registration is required before attendance.


Made in Dagenham (musical)
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/made-in-dagenham-musical/
Thursday April 26th 2018 - Saturday April 28th 2018
7:45 pm - 10:30 pm
Shinfield Players Theatre
Whitley Wood Lane
Shinfield
Berkshire
RG2 9DF

Made in Dagenham


A Shot In The Saddle – A Murder Mystery Treasure Hunt
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/a-shot-in-the-saddle-a-murder-mystery-treasure-hunt/
Saturday April 28th 2018 - Saturday May 12th 2018
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Queens Walk Plaza
Queens Walk
Reading

RG1 7UA

Race round Reading, find hidden clues and catch a killer in an immersive 3 hour murder mystery treasure hunt. #WhoKilledGideonUpp
The team behind A Dish To Die For and A Melody For Murder are back with their most sinister mystery yet. A Shot In The Saddle is a brand new, 3 hour, immersive Murder Mystery Treasure Hunt that challenges the public to take the reins and race round Reading to hunt down hidden evidence and catch a killer in their tracks as they crack the case of #WhoKilledGideonUpp – against the clock!

The game centres around the murder of world-famous racehorse trainer Gideon Upp. Gideon was staying in Reading before taking his prized horse to the races but he never reached the final furlong. Last night, someone snuck into his hotel room and shot him at point blank range. But the only fingerprints found on the pistol were Gideon’s. Scotland Yard just canter work it out – and they need your help.

The whole town becomes the set for this real-life whodunnit, which fuses live-action, escape-room style puzzles, a scavenger hunt and actors with a murder mystery, as players must crack cryptic clues using their smartphones, converse with suspicious characters and find vital evidence hidden around the town, in partnership with local businesses and iconic Reading locations!

Returning with their unique mystery concept for Reading, creators Richard Alexander and Alex Farthing are promising A Shot In The Saddle will be their most sinister mystery yet. Take the reins and race around Reading to crack the case and save Scotland Yard’s reputation. Give your detective pals a call and saddle up with a team of equine super sleuths to save the day.

A Shot In The Saddle runs at 12pm and 3pm on Saturday 28th April, Saturday 5th May & Saturday 12th May. Tickets are £20
Saturday 28th April, Saturday 5th May & Saturday 12th May.
Running at 12pm and 3pm.


Reading Male Voice Choir
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/reading-male-voice-choir-2/
Saturday April 28th 2018
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St Paul’s Church
Ashford Hill
Thatcham

RG19 8AZ

Reading Male Voice Choir
Spring concert
Includes guest performers
Tickets on sale via website


Walk for Parkinson’s – Welford Park
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/walk-for-parkinsons-welford-park-2/
Sunday April 29th 2018
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Welford Park
Welford
Newbury
Berkshire
RG20 8HU

Join Parkinson’s UK on Sunday 29 April 2018 when we will be returning to Welford Park for our sponsored Walk for Parkinson’s. There will be two different circular walks available, a 2.5 mile walk and a more challenging 6.5 mile walk around the beautiful Welford Park estate, home of the Great British Bake Off. During the walk you will cross the River Lambourn, climb the hill to see the impressive cricket pitch whilst overlooking the historic Welford Park, explore the wonderful woodland before crossing the fields and taking in the lovely views of the surrounding countryside.

Entry fee is £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s and all walkers will receive a Parkinson’s UK t-shirt, plus a medal on completing the walk.

The funds raised from the Walk for Parkinson’s – Welford Park will go to Parkinson’s UK to support the vital research work taking place to find a cure for Parkinson’s and improve the lives of the 145,000 people in the UK who are affected by the condition. We support those living with Parkinson’s and their families and friends, so that no one has to face Parkinson’s alone.


Berkshire Events May 2018

Twyford Tennis Club’s ‘Let’s Play’ Tennis Day
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/twyford-tennis-clubs-lets-play-tennis-day/
Sunday May 6th 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Twyford Tennis Club
:King George Playing Field
Twyford

RG10 9JA

Join us at the Twyford Tennis Club’s ‘Let’s Play’ Tennis Day!
Date: Sunday, 6th May 2018
Time: 09:00 – 16:00
Where: Twyford Tennis Club
Address: King George’s Playing Field, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 9JA
The ‘Let’s Play’ Tennis Day is happening on Sunday, 6th May at Twyford Tennis Club! Come and have fun playing tennis and book your place today for coaching from professional players.
Join us for a fun filled day of tennis, coaching, games, refreshments and other activities for the whole family. We will be joined by Danny Sapsford and Luke Milligan who are both ex-British Davis Cup players, and who will be leading structured coaching sessions for adults and children and participating in an exhibition match versus Twyford Tennis Clubs finest!
We have coaching for the following mixed age groups available:

– Kids (5 – 11) – £10 per player. 30 player capacity -10.00 – 10.45
– Teens (12 – 17) – £10 per player. 18 player capacity – 10.45 – 11.30
– Adults Social (18+) – £15 per player. 24 player capacity – 11.30-12.30
– Adults Team (18+) – £15 per player. 12 player capacity – 12.30-1.30
We will monitor demand for all coaching sessions which will be on a first come first served basis, please book early to avoid disappointment!


Sunday afternoon LIVE Jazz show
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/sunday-afternoon-live-jazz-show/
Sunday May 6th 2018
3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
The Chequers Hotel
6-8 Oxford Street
Newbury

RG14 1JB

Don’t know what to do on a Sunday afternoon? Why not join us for a LIVE, toe-tapping Jazz show with the legendary PETE ALLEN and his band. A Pete Allen show has something for everybody as it presents a variety showcase of happy foot-tapping music for all to enjoy. This Traditional Jazz Band performs a sensational mix of music and songs which includes selections from the commercial hits of British Jazz, Jump Jive sounds of the forties, popular songs from the fifties, sixties and seventies, Parade sounds of New Orleans and the Blues.


Finance for Business Owners: Long Term Financial Decisions
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/finance-for-business-owners-long-term-financial-decisions/
Tuesday May 8th 2018
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Thatcham Memorial Hall
Bath Rd
Thatcham

RG18 3AG

Final workshop in the series of Finance for Business Owners.

Run by The Real Business Club & funded by West Berkshire Council. These workshops are FREE to attend but prior registration is required.


Henry Marten – a talk by Dr Manfred Brod
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/henry-marten-a-talk-by-dr-manfred-brod/
Wednesday May 9th 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square

RG1 3BQ

Manfred is a local historian specialising in the Thames Valley in the 16th and 17th centuries. He has a doctorate from Oxford University and is the author of two books and numerous papers.

The period of the Civil War and its aftermath produced many towering political figures, but few as sympathetic as Berkshire’s Henry Marten. An extreme republican, he was an idealist who spent his family fortune in the service of his cause, and a consummate parliamentarian with a gift for repartee. He had political opponents, but never made a personal enemy; friend and foe alike could count on him for help when they were in trouble. His influence ended with Cromwell’s coup in 1653, and at the Restoration it was the favours he was owed by Royalists that spared him from execution as a regicide.

The talk is organised by Berkshire Family History Society.

Tickets cost £5 (£4 for society members) and includes tea or coffee and cake after the talk. You may turn up and pay at the door


Tea Dance
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/tea-dance/
Saturday May 12th 2018
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Burghfield Village Hall
Burghfield Village
Hollybush Lane

RG7 3EN

Molly Denton presents an afternoon of dancing for beginners and the experienced
Buffet, tea, coffee and cakes….yes, all included
Finishing with a fun Sue Chalmers dancercise session.
Come on, give the sport and sofa a miss and join us for a Saturday afternoon of fun.
Organised by the Berkshire branch of the Dystonia Society as part of our awareness week (a charity representing 70,000 sufferers of neurological conditions in the UK).
And for those still in the party spirit we are heading off to the Hatch Gate Inn in Burghfield for a meal afterwards (paid separately and booking recommended).
Tickets just £12 each in advance


Dean Friedman in concert
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/dean-friedman-in-concert/
Saturday May 12th 2018
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Shinfield Players Theatre
Whitley Wood Lane
Shinfield
Berkshire
RG2 9DF

American singer songwriter 2018 tour


Royal Berkshire 10k and Family Races
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/royal-berkshire-10k-and-family-races/
Sunday May 20th 2018
8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Green Park
450 Brook Drive
Reading
Berkshire
RG2 6GP

Royal Berkshire 10k and Family Races


The Place Names of Berkshire – a talk by Dr David Peacock
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/the-place-names-of-berkshire-a-talk-by-dr-david-peacock/
Wednesday May 23rd 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square

RG1 3BQ

David is a former teacher of politics and history at Padworth College, and also gives evening classes on local history at Newbury College and Reading University. He is Chairman of the Newbury Society.

What’s in a name? Rather more than might at first be apparent if you start to look into the meaning of local place names. David will explain the origins of many of Berkshire’s names and explain the ways in which to identify where place names originate from, drawing on examples from across the county.

The talk is organised by Berkshire Family History Society.

Tickets cost £5 (£4 for society members) and includes tea or coffee and cake after the talk. You may turn up and pay at the door (subject to availability), but booking is recommended. For more information and to pre-book tickets


Sonning Regatta
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/sonning-regatta/
Saturday May 26th 2018
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sonning Regatta
opposite Reading Bluecoat School Boathouse
Sonning

RG4 6SU

Sonning Regatta
Agree with Ratty from Wind in the Willows that there’s “nothing half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats?” Then head down to the Sonning Regatta over the second May Bank Holiday.

Taking place on Saturday 26th May, the Regatta is a fun, family event held on the River Thames in the historic Berkshire village. The event features races for all ages and all rowing abilities – from aspiring Redgraves and Pinsents to complete novices.

There’s the opportunity to take to the water in more unusual boats including dongolas, Canadian canoes and katakanus. And taking part couldn’t be easier with all boats and equipment provided for both juniors (children need to be over seven years old) and adults with race entry.

To take part either download an entry form at sonningfestival.co.uk or head to Pearson Hall in Sonning on 21st April between 10-12am to register. Entry is £3 per child and £6 per adult.

If you’re more of a land-lubber, there’s lots to do on the riverside including children’s entertainment, a beer tent, BBQ and snacks and an assortment of shopping stalls, why not enjoy a picnic on the bank of The Thames while cheering on the rowers and make a day of it!


Around the Boundary – MUSIC : FOOD : DRINKING : FAMILY
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/around-the-boundary-music-food-drinking-family/
Sunday May 27th 2018
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
THE HAMLET
GALLOWS TREE COMMON
READING

RG4 9BU

Live music, street food and local drinks event Sunday May 27th 2018


Berkshire Events June 2018

1645-1660: Civil War to Commonwealth – a talk by John Brearley
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/1645-1660-civil-war-to-commonwealth-a-talk-by-john-brearley/
Wednesday June 6th 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square

RG1 3BQ

Former teacher, John Brearley, is a popular and charismatic speaker on Local History topics across Berkshire. Accompanied by slides and music, John will talk about the Civil War and the Commonwealth period through to the restoration of the monarchy. During these years, the first Council of War was held in Reading, and Charles I was briefly held in captivity in Caversham, before his eventual execution. Find out more, at what is set to be a fascinating and entertaining talk.

The talk is organised by Berkshire Family History Society.

Tickets cost £5 (£4 for society members) and includes tea or coffee and cake after the talk. You may turn up and pay at the door (subject to availability), but booking is recommended. For more information and to pre-book tickets


My Inlaws are Outlaws
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/my-inlaws-are-outlaws/
Wednesday June 6th 2018 - Saturday June 9th 2018
7:45 pm - 10:30 pm
Shinfield Players Theatre
Whitley Wood Lane
Shinfield
Berkshire
RG2 9DF

Comedy play


Summer Fete
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/summer-fete-3/
Saturday June 9th 2018
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Victoria recreation ground
Armour road
Tilehurst
Berkshire
RG30 6BP

League of Friends Royal Berkshire hospital annual summer fete


Mapledurham at War
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/mapledurham-at-war/
Saturday June 16th 2018 - Sunday June 17th 2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Mapledurham House
Reading
Berkshire

RG4 7TR

Mapledurham at War is based on the film ‘The Eagle had landed’ and takes you back to World War II. The days are filled with 700 re-enactors, army tanks, amphibious vehicles, and are expecting a flypast from the Battle of Britain Memorial flight. There is great food and entertainment for all the family.


Donahey’s Dancing With The Stars Weekend
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/donaheys-dancing-with-the-stars-weekend/
Friday June 22nd 2018 - Sunday June 24th 2018
All Day
Beaumont Estate Hotel
Burfield Road
Old Windsor
Berkshire
SL4 2JJ

Join Strictly Come Dancing favourites; Aljaz Skorjanec & Janette Manrara, Giovanni Pernice & Oti Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, Erin Boag, British National & World Ballroom Champions Warren & Kristi Boyce plus Argentine Tango stars Leandro Palou & Maria Tsiatsiani

Situated in picturesque Old Windsor is the historic Beaumont Estate. This magnificent De Vere 4* Hotel incorporates a stunning ballrooms, wonderful architecture and fully refurbished bedrooms & restaurants – all set in spectacular and extensive grounds.

Enjoy dance lessons with the stars plus 3 days of fabulous dance showcases from the stars of TV

For more info & to book your places checkout


Midsummer Music
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/midsummer-music/
Saturday June 23rd 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Leighton Park School
Shinfield Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG2 7DE

As well as containing major works by Nigel Hess (The Lochnagar Suite) and Frank Ticheli (An American Elegy), Trinity Concert Band’s summer concert highlights its talented players. The saxophone section captures the Big Band sound in ‘Saxophoning’; the famous duet from Bizet’s ‘The Pearl Fishers’ (arranged for two euphonium players) and a performance on cornet of the evocative ‘Share My Yoke’ complete the solo offerings. For classical music lovers we offer Offenbach’s overture to ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’ and Saint-Saëns’ ‘Carnival of the Animals’, while a selection from Michael Kamen’s score to ‘Band of Brothers’ will delight fans of film music. A cornucopia of band music for a summer’s evening!

The newly refurbished theatre at Leighton Park School is a perfect venue to see and hear the best of Trinity Concert Band.

Tickets will cost £12 in advance or £13 on the door. Under 16’s get free entry when accompanied by a paying adult


School records for family historians – a workshop
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/school-records-for-family-historians-a-workshop/
Saturday June 30th 2018
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Centre for Heritage and Family History
2nd Floor, Reading Central Library
Abbey Square

RG1 3BQ

Joan Dils is currently President of the History of Reading Society, a Vice-President of the Berkshire Local History Association and an Honorary Visiting Fellow in History at the University of Reading. She taught history and local history for the former School of Continuing Education at the University where she was a part-time lecturer.

This workshop will demonstrate what school records were created, where they can be found, what information can be found in them, and their value to family historians.

The workshop is organised by Berkshire Family History Society.
Tickets cost £10 (£9 for society members) and includes tea or coffee. Places are limited and pre-booking is required. Early booking is recommended. For more information and to pre-book tickets


Cinemania!
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/cinemania/
Saturday June 30th 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Charvil Village Hall
Park Lane
Charvil
Berkshire
RG10 9TR

Cinemania! On June 30th come and join us for a fun singing afternoon for female voices when we will be singing Cinemania – a great medley of songs from movies including Shrek, Slumdog Millionaire and Sister Act arranged for 2-part choir. Session is being led by Suzanne Newman and takes place at Charvil Village Hall between 2 and 4pm. Cost is £10 which includes music and refreshments. To book a place please contact Suzanne


Berkshire Events July 2018

Newbury Race for Life 2018
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/newbury-race-for-life-2018/
Sunday July 1st 2018
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Newbury Racecourse plc
Racecourse Road
Newbury
Berkshire
RG14 7NZ

Newbury Race for Life 2018


Giovanni Pernice – Born to Win
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/giovanni-pernice-born-to-win/
Thursday July 5th 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Hexagon Theatre
Queens Walk
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 7UA

‘Strictly Come Dancing’ FINALIST, Giovanni Pernice, returns to the stage with a bang in his brand new UK and Ireland tour ‘BORN TO WIN’.

After the huge success of ‘Dance is Life’ in 2017, Giovanni is once again set to get your hearts beating a little faster, showcasing a story of love and passion, with even more heat, even more energy, and even more drama than ever before.

Returning to join Giovanni are Luba Mushtuk, dancer and assistant choreographer on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, as his gorgeous leading lady, along with ‘Dancing with the Stars Ireland’ professionals Giulia Dotta, Kai Widdrington, Emily Barker, and Curtis Pritchard. The show also welcomes the fantastic Stephen Vincent and Kylee Brown from the international ‘Burn the Floor’ tour.

Get ready for glitzy costumes and spectacular routines to dances like the Paso Doble, the Argentine Tango, the Rumba, the Viennese Waltz, and not forgetting the Jive, to name just a few.

Choreographed by ‘Strictly Come Dancing’s’ creative director, Jason Gilkison, and produced by Strictly Theatre Co. DON’T MISS the show everyone will be talking about in 2018!

***** “Not just smouldering… Absolutely scorching” *
***** “Giovanni’s dancers are as good as any you will see on the television show” *
*Reviews of 2017’s ‘Dance Is Life’

Tickets: £30, £28; VIP £50
Box Office: 0118 960 6060


Tilehurst Amateur Dramatic Society (TADS)
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/tilehurst-amateur-dramatic-society-tads/
Friday July 6th 2018 - Saturday July 7th 2018
7:45 pm - 10:15 pm
Tilehurst Village Hall
Victoria Road
Tilehurst
Berkshire
RG31 5AB

TADS next production is “Spirit Level” by Pam Valentine. A ghostly comedy that will have you laughing throughout the evening.
More details can be found on our website where tickets can already be purchased. Standard £8.50 or Concession £7.00 (ages 12-16 and 60 and over)


Peter Pan JNR
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/peter-pan-jnr/
Saturday July 7th 2018 - Sunday July 8th 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Shinfield Players Theatre
Whitley Wood Lane
Shinfield
Berkshire
RG2 9DF

Peter Pan JNR
performed by Junior and Middle Youth Group


Return to the Forbidden Planet
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/return-to-the-forbidden-planet/
Friday July 13th 2018 - Saturday July 14th 2018
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Shinfield Players Theatre
Whitley Wood Lane
Shinfield
Berkshire
RG2 9DF

Return to the Forbidden Planet Performance times vary – please visit website for more info


Reading Race for Life and Pretty Muddy
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/reading-race-for-life-and-pretty-muddy/
Saturday July 14th 2018 - Sunday July 15th 2018
9:45 am - 2:00 pm
Prospect Park
Liebenrood Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG30 2ND

Cancer Research UK’s Reading Race for Life and Pretty Muddy 2018


Bastille Day festival Reading
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/bastille-day-festival-reading/
Saturday July 14th 2018 - Sunday July 15th 2018
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Forbury Gardens
The Forbury
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 3EH

Bastille Day Reading festival is back in July 14th and july 15th with food cheese , saucisson , crepes tartiflettes .Music French singer and performers more activity with hobbycraft, Owen Animals, and more … A tres bientot


11+ in-a-week course
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/11-in-a-week-course/
Monday July 30th 2018 - Friday August 3rd 2018
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Charvil Pavilion
East Park Farm
Charvil

RG10 9TY

11+ in-a-week course in Charvil. Intensive week of tuition. Run by experienced 11+ experts, this 5-day course covers every aspect of the 11+ including NVR, VR, Comprehension and Numeracy.


Berkshire Events August 2018

A Different World Festival
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/a-different-world-festival/
Saturday August 4th 2018
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Abbey Rugby Football Club
Rose Hill
Peppard Road

RG4 8XA

Fully accessible music festival for adults and young people with additional needs. Aiming to give those a festival experience who cannot usually access a mainstream festival


Berkshire Events November 2018

The Newbury Christmas Country Show
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/the-newbury-christmas-country-show/
Saturday November 10th 2018 - Sunday November 11th 2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Newbury Showground
Priors Court
Hermitage
Berkshire
RG18 9QZ

The Newbury Christmas Country Show – the show with a difference. Something for everybody.

New this year, the Circus, Father Christmas, Panto, Great British Bake Off 2017 Julia, Victorian Market and lots more .

Whether you be Festive mad, love the Circus, want to visit Father Christmas a Country Show fan, an avid foodie, a dog lover, want loads for the kiddies to do, love living history or simply want a fun filled day out, our shows are for you. Support small producers and handmade with some wonderful shopping experiences. Watch and admire our Rural Crafters demonstrating all day and making some pretty amazing things or why not enter your dog into our Dog Shows. There is also something for every music lover out there with choirs and bell ringers.

We have a variety of shows within shows to keep young and old occupied with excellent main ring attractions, Celebrity Chefs, some wonderful and unique children’s attractions, the list is endless.


Berkshire Events December 2018

New to You Sale
http://www.berkshireeventsguide.co.uk/events/new-to-you-sale/
Sunday December 2nd 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
National Animal Welfare Trust
Wantage Road
Great Shefford
Berkshire
RG17 7DQ

Come and grab a bargain at our New to You Sale! Items include clothes, books, DVDs, household items, bric-a-brac, children’s toys, kitchenware and much more.

Hot and cold refreshments available all morning.

All money raised goes directly to the center to care for the rescue animals.

The sales are run by volunteers who give up their time to raise money for us. If you are interested in helping out, please ask us for more information.


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