What’s on

Fri 23 Sep-Fri 30 Sep: YOGA CLASSES

Yoga Focus classes in and around Charlbury are as follows:-
Mondays 7.45pm -9pm Mixed Ability Yoga Flows, Enstone Parish Hall
Thursdays 9.15am - 10.45am Intermediates, Green Room , Charlbury Memorial Hall
Thursdays 11am - 12.15pm , Therapeutic Yoga, Green Room, Charlbury Memorial Hall
Further details contact Nikki@yogafocus.co.uk or visit website: www.yogafocus.co.uk

nikki Jackson · Link


Mon 26 Sep: Death Cafe

Death Cafes are proving enormously popular throughout the world. There's no set agenda, no pressure to say anything - but in my experience once the conversation starts it's hard to stop!
See the poster opposite for all details - Garden Room, Memorial Hall, Monday 26th at 3.15 pm.
No need to book - feel free to turn up.
Duncan Forbes, 819121

Duncan Forbes · Link


Fri 30 Sep: MACMILLAN CANCER CARE COFFEE MORNING

Please put this date in your diary and come and support this wonderful charity.

30 SEPTEMBER 10.30 - 12.30 am

THE FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE MARKET ST.

We need your help with contributions:

CAKES,QUALITY BRIC A BRAC,RAFFLE PRIZES AUCTION LOTS

Please contact SUZANNE FLYNN 01608 811301
suzanneflynn756@btinternet.com

or SALLY POLLOCK 07960960298

Suzanne Flynn · Link



Sat 1 Oct: Bring & Take in Memorial Hall

BRING items from between 9.30 and 11.00am and TAKE anything you want free of charge from between 10am and 12 noon.

BRING spare but usable items you no longer want: household items, clothes, children's toys, DVDs, books, bikes, curtains, paint, garden tools, flower & vegetable seeds, etc, etc.

Small electrical items can be brought along but they have to be PAT tested first on-site before they can be taken.

Bring a photo of large items to put on the notice board.

You can also bring along old spectacles, batteries and broken lightbulbs, please put them in the boxes by the door so they can be recycled. We are also collecting bras for Oxfam's Big Bra Hunt, so please bring any along - whatever the condition - and put them in the big pink trug near the door.

Items are given and taken FREE so please respect this community spirit by not taking things for resale or scrap value. Leftovers are given to charities or Freecycled.

PAINT
Paint needs to be in a usable condition and usable quantities. It needs to be in the container it was bought in; the container must be in good condition, with no leaks, and a secure fitting lid. We take anything left over on the day to Orinoco in Headington where it is used for the charity Oxford Community Repaint. They redistribute paint to community and voluntary groups and charities, but anyone can call in to the paintstore at Orinoco if they need paint.

Gloss/eggshell paints:
More than half litre in a 1 litre container
More than 2 litres in a larger (eg 5 litre) container

Emulsion paints:
1 litre or more

Organised by the Charlbury Green Hub. If you would like to help sort things out as they are brought in and put things onto tables, and more importantly help sort stuff out at the end, then please contact Christine on 01608 811057. Photos might be taken during the event, so if you don't want to be photographed then please contact Christine.

Christine Elliott · Link


Sat 1 Oct: A Feast of the Middle East

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SORRY -- SOLD OUT

Look out for another Feast before Christmas! Booking details below

Raising funds for Charlbury Refugee Action Group, please join us for an atmospheric evening with mouth-watering food to include a selection of traditional starters, a variety of appetising main courses such as spiced chicken and delicious slow-cooked lamb, as well as inspired Middle-Eastern vegetarian dishes and salads.

7.30 for 8pm In the Morris Room, Corner House, Market St, Charlbury OX7 3PN
£25 per person
Bring your own drinks

Email charlburyrefugee@gmail.com for advance notice of the next Feast!

Felicity Brooks · Link


Sat 1 Oct: Have a go at Monotype Printmaking

This Have-a-Go-Session, organised by the Charlbury Art Society, offers an opportunity to experience a printing process that can achieve amazing images. You place paper onto a inked plate and then draw onto it to create a print on the back of the paper. Then you can use a printing press to print the image remaining on the plate. All materials provided.

Saturday October 1 at the Charlbury Pre School. There is a morning session 10am-12.30 (for age 16+), and an afternoon session 2-4.30pm (for age 8-16).

Cost: free for age 8-16; £5.00 age 16+, to be paid at the door.

Workshop Lead: Tony Lloyd

To book a place, go to charlburyarts.co.uk/have-a-go-at-workshops/, fill in the registration form and send it in. Booking essential!
Kati Eidenbenz, secretary@charlburyarts.co.uk

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Sat 1 Oct: Have a go at Claywork

This Have-a-Go-Session, organised by the Charlbury Art Society, offers an opportunity to experience working with clay. All materials provided. Participants will need an overall, and a small towel.

Adults: The session will explore the basic skills of hand building pots including slab and coil work.

Children: The session will simply 'explore' clay, with ideas for creating individual pieces.

If participants want their work fired, there will be a small charge of £1 per pot/piece.

Saturday October 1 at the Charlbury Pre School. There is a morning session 10am-12.30 (age 8-16), and an afternoon session 2-4.30pm (age 16+).

Cost: free for age 8-16; £5.00 age 16+, to be paid at the door.

Workshop Lead: Wendy Clifford

To book a place, go to charlburyarts.co.uk/have-a-go-at-workshops/, fill in the registration form and send it in. Booking essential!
Kati Eidenbenz, secretary@charlburyarts.co.uk

Kati Eidenbenz · Link



Tue 4 Oct: Yack & Yarn

Charlbury's Yack & Yarn group meet at The Bell on the first Tuesday of the month (7.30-9.30pm). Bring along your ongoing knitting or crocheting project (or any other craft you enjoy), have a good chat & unwind over a glass of wine. Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability, including complete beginners (yarn, crochet hooks & knitting needles can be provided). No fee to pay, no commitment, just drop by.

Please contact Louise Cashman for further information: mob 07867 880237 or charlburywi@outlook.com

Louise Cashman · Link


Wed 5 Oct: Charlbury Netwalk

Are you a homeworker looking for a lunchtime excuse to:

- get away from your desk
- get some exercise
- meet new people locally
- discover new walking routes
- chat informally about homeworking?

Primarily set up with homeworkers in mind, but all are welcome, including well-behaved dogs. This informal group is basically a regular time and meeting place to allow people to join together. Members take it in turns to lead a walk of between an hour and an hour and a half (achievable over a lunch break). Usually someone volunteers ahead of time and has a route in mind, but if not, the route and distance is decided by the members who turn up on the day. Those wanting a shorter walk often stop and retrace their steps at a certain point.
Walks will take place at midday every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Start and finish point is the old fountain on the Playing Close opposite the Co-op.
There is no need to sign up, just turn up on the day.

Helen Holwill · Link


Fri 7 Oct: Charlbury Society BEER SAUSAGES & MARMALADE

Charlbury Memorial Hall 7.30pm for 8.00pm Liz Woolly will talk on

Oxford food and drink in the 19th century

This talk examines the facinating relationship between food production,tourism and politics in the City.

Admission £3.00 Members free.

Refreshments will be served from 7.30pm

For further infomation call 01608 810506

john h · Link


Sat 8 Oct: Coffee, Cake and Picture Sale

Memorial Hall 2-4pm.
Teas, coffees, home-made cakes and cream teas will be served in aid of Charlbury Community Centre Appeal. There will also be a display of prints and pictures for sale. Please contact us if you have any pictures you would like to donate.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Sun 9 Oct: "Dad's Army" - ChOC film of the Month

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7.30pm
Doors & licensed bar from 6.45pm

Dad's Army - Cert. PG / 1hr 40mins.

Toby Jones. leads a cast of fine British actors including Bill Nighy, Tom Courtenay, Bill Paterson, Michael Gambon, Alison Steadman, and Catherine Zeta-Jones, as our favourite Home Guard platoon helps MI5 to uncover a German spy.

Tickets at the door: £5 / U15s £3

Jackie Hague · Link


Wed 12 Oct: Reinterpretations of the Human Form

Charlbury Art Society present 'Reinterpretations of the Human Form' by Pam Foley - Sculptor. This talk will follow the AGM at 7.30pm in Memorial Hall, Charlbury

For more information: www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Fri 14 Oct: Charlbury Garden Society Harvest Supper and AGM

The Society will hold its AGM on Friday 14 October in the Memorial Hall at 7.30.
This will be followed by the Harvest Supper with drinks, music and a quiz (non-horticultural!)
There will be an entry fee to cover the food costs.
This is an important evening, where Garden Society policy may be discussed, elections to the Committee made and then followed by a fun evening of food and drink.

Geoff Holmberg · Link


Fri 14 Oct: Your chance to learn Chinese and Thai cookery

Come and learn to prepare some authentic oriental dishes!

Learn from a native Singaporean, Gene, who was taught by her mother and grandmother. Singapore enjoys a mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese culinary traditions: the Thai is Gene's own contribution.

You will be taught how to prepare and cook two Thai and two Chinese dishes, including sourcing the ingredients. Then sit down to eat them (with jasmine rice) for lunch. There will be fruit for dessert.

The lesson will be held in a private home from 10.30 to 1.30, and will include notes and recipes. Numbers are limited to a maximum of six. The cost is £30 each.

To reserve your place, please call Gene on 01608 811233.

Proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link



Sat 15 Oct: First Aid Courses at St Mary's Church

Essential First Aid for Parents
15th October 9.30am - 12.30pm
St Mary's Church, Charlbury

St John's Ambulance will be running Essential First Aid for Parents in St Mary's Church, Charlbury. This three hour course was specifically designed by parents for parents or carers of young children:
• Child & baby resuscitation (CPR)
• Primary survey
• Recovery position
• Choking (All ages)
• Burns & scalds
• Infantile convulsions
• Allergic reactions
• Severe bleeding
• Nose bleeds

The course is being subsidised for local parents and will cost £20 per person (rather than £30).

If you would like to attend please email the Parish Office on parishoffice@stmaryscharlbury.co.uk or call 810230 giving your name and email and we will email you a booking form. Please complete the booking form and provide cash / cheque payable to Charlbury PCC for £20.
Payment must be received prior to the course. Places are limited.
Any queries to the Parish Office on parishoffice@stmaryscharlbury.co.uk

Jo Paton · Link


Sun 16 Oct: French Choral Masterpieces

Fauré - Requiem
Duruflé - Motets

Performed by the vOx Chamber Choir. Musical director David Crown

5pm in St Mary's, Charlbury

Some of the finest choral music to come out of France in the last 150 years, featuring Gabriel Fauré's stunning Requiem and Maurice Duruflé's Quatre Motets sur des thèmes grégoriens

Tickets can be booked on the choir's website.
http://www.vox-choir-oxford.co.uk/#!concerts/j7wr8

Jon Carpenter · Link


Sun 16 Oct: The Middle East and its Christian Communities

TEA and THE THIRD SUNDAY MEETING

Everyone is most welcome to come for the first of a series of talks entitled

The Modern Middle East and its Christian Communities
given by Anthony O'Mahony, Heythrop College, University of London

Sunday October 16 at 3.30pm

You are cordially invited to come for tea at Redding Wyck House,
The Old Glove Factory, Market Street, Charlbury OX7 3PJ at 3.30pm
and afterwards at 4.00pm at the Quaker Meeting House

This first talk is given in aid of Cecily's Fund, educating Zambian Children orphaned by AIDS. This charity, based in Witney, and founded by Alison and Basil Eastwood, is celebrating its 20th year.

A donation of £10 would be much appreciated.

stableyardalison@gmail.com 0787 089 3223 01608 811651

Alison Eastwood · Link


Wed 19 Oct: Charlbury WI - African drumming workshop

Our October meeting is an African drumming workshop. World Beats Music from Appleford-on-Thames, near Abingdon are bringing 30 African Djembes (rope-tuned skin-covered goblet drums) & will be teaching us the basic techniques to produce some infectious & foot tapping rhythms!

If you've not been before, then please come along and try Charlbury WI. We have a really good programme for 2016 (see Community/Social page for details), a growing membership (of all ages & from a wide local area) & always have delicious home-made cake at meetings!

Charlbury WI meet at 7.30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Cornbury Room just behind The Bell (look out for the 'Welcome' sign on the door). Keep up to date with what we're up to: follow us on Twitter (@CharlburyWI) & Like us on Facebook (Charlbury WI, Oxfordshire). Further information from Louise Cashman (charlburywi@outlook.com or tel 07867 880237).

Louise Cashman · Link


Wed 19 Oct: Charlbury Netwalk

Are you a homeworker looking for a lunchtime excuse to:

- get away from your desk
- get some exercise
- meet new people locally
- discover new walking routes
- chat informally about homeworking?

Primarily set up with homeworkers in mind, but all are welcome, including well-behaved dogs. This informal group is basically a regular time and meeting place to allow people to join together. Members take it in turns to lead a walk of between an hour and an hour and a half (achievable over a lunch break). Usually someone volunteers ahead of time and has a route in mind, but if not, the route and distance is decided by the members who turn up on the day. Those wanting a shorter walk often stop and retrace their steps at a certain point.
Walks will take place at midday every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Start and finish point is the old fountain on the Playing Close opposite the Co-op.
There is no need to sign up, just turn up on the day.

Helen Holwill · Link


Fri 21 Oct: CHARLBURY SPEAKEASY

Back after a summer break.

Watch this space for details....!

Simon Fenn · Link


Sat 22 Oct: Charlbury Garden Society Coffee Morning and Plant Sale

The Society will be holding a Coffee Morning and Plant Sale on Saturday 22 October in the Corner House from 9.30.
Please bring any spare plants, shrubs etc that you may have and we will try to sell them.

Geoff Holmberg · Link


Tue 1 Nov: Yack & Yarn

Charlbury's Yack & Yarn group meet at The Bell on the first Tuesday of the month (7.30-9.30pm). Bring along your ongoing knitting or crocheting project (or any other craft you enjoy), have a good chat & unwind over a glass of wine. Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability, including complete beginners (yarn, crochet hooks & knitting needles can be provided). No fee to pay, no commitment, just drop by.

Please contact Louise Cashman for further information: mob 07867 880237 or charlburywi@outlook.com

Louise Cashman · Link


Mon 7 Nov: Corner House & War Memorial Hall AGM

8.00 p.m. Larcum Kendal Room, Corner House.

All welcome. Enquiries, Stephen Andrews (Chair) 01608 811212

Stephen Andrews · Link


Wed 9 Nov: Rena Gardiner, Artist and Printmaker

A talk by Martin Andrews, Printing historian and Lecturer in the Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading

Meeting at 7.30 in Memorial Hall

www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Thu 10 Nov: Charlbury Garden Society Talk

The Society will be hosting a talk on Thursday 10th November in the Garden Room at the Memorial Hall by Chris Day on "The Year Round Container Garden"

This will be followed by tea and biscuits and a chance to talk to him and the Committee about any Gardening issues you may have.

Geoff Holmberg · Link


Sat 12 Nov: Charlbury Variety Show

Memorial Hall from 7.30pm.
Charlbury Community Centre Appeal will again be holding a Variety Show, showcasing some of the amazing talent that is to be found in and around Charlbury. Supper will be included and there will be a bar. We are currently looking for acts, so please let us know if you would like to have a 5-10 minute slot in the show. You need to be over 16.
Tickets will be on sale nearer the time, probably through the Post Office. Please do not leave it too late to buy them - we have been sold out in previous years.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Sun 13 Nov: "Everest" - ChOC Film of the Month

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7pm

Everest Cert. 12 / 2hrs

With a fine cast including Jake Gyllenhaal, Emily Watson, Keira Knightley, and Josh Brolin, Everest is based on the true story of the ill-fated expedition which took place in May 1996.

Mountaineers from two expeditions start their final ascent toward the summit of Mount Everest. With little warning, a violent storm strikes the mountain, engulfing the adventurers in one of the fiercest blizzards ever encountered by man. Challenged by the harshest of conditions, the teams must endure blistering winds and freezing temperatures in an epic battle to survive.

Subject to his availability, we are hoping that Steve Mitchell, Scenic Artist on the film, will be able to join us for a Q&A session too.

Doors & licensed bar from 6.15pm

Admission: £5 / U15s £3

N.B. Please note the 7pm start!

Jackie Hague · Link


Wed 16 Nov: Charlbury WI - Flowers for Christmas

To help get you into the festive spirit, Dandy Ellison from Charlbury florist Earthworms & Dandelions, will be coming along to our November meeting to demonstrate how to make Christmas wreaths and table decorations.

If you've not been before, then please come along and try Charlbury WI. We have a really good programme for 2016 (see Community/Social page for details), a growing membership (of all ages & from a wide local area) & always have delicious home-made cake at meetings!

Charlbury WI meet at 7.30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month in the Cornbury Room just behind The Bell (look out for the 'Welcome' sign on the door). Keep up to date with what we're up to: follow us on Twitter (@CharlburyWI) & Like us on Facebook (Charlbury WI, Oxfordshire). Further information from Louise Cashman (charlburywi@outlook.com or tel 07867 880237).

Louise Cashman · Link


Fri 18 Nov: CHARLBURY SPEAKEASY

Watch this space for the lowdown...!

Simon Fenn · Link


Fri 18 Nov-Sat 19 Nov: Christmas Artweeks in Charlbury

Artists in Charlbury will once again open their studios for Oxfordshire's CHRISTMAS ARTWEEKS EVENT over the weekend of 19/20 November - a great opportunity to buy a unique gift for Christmas! Opening times are generally 11-6 but there will be a trailmap available detailing the individual venues around the town.

Maureen Sparling · Link



Thu 24 Nov-Sat 26 Nov: CADS presents " The Merry Wives of Windsor "

The "Fat Knight" comes to Charlbury!
The one and only Sir John Falstaff may be seen in the CADS Autumn production:
"The Merry Wives of Windsor"
at The War Memorial Hall on
24, 25 & 26 of November.
Sir John, out of favour with Prince Hal (soon to be King Henry V), is down on his luck and living on a measly pension as a "Poor Knight"; (ex soldier) at The Garter Inn in Windsor.
Falstaff sees "entertainment..." in the comely shapes of Mistress Ford, wife of the wealthy (and pathologically jealous) businessman Master Ford, and her good friend Mistress Page, wife to the philosophical (and also rich) Master Ford. Both wives Falstaff believes, "...rule" their husbands' "purses".
Sir John plans to seduce both wives and, by his "charms" and "better parts", embezzle both husbands and thus relieve his penury.
Meanwhile Anne Page, young, attractive (well endowry'd) daughter of the Pages' finds herself pursued by three suitors, only one of whom she loves.
How does it all end? If Falstaff doesn't get what he's after, what does he get?
Does sweet Anne get her man? How do the Merry Wives fare? Are their husbands "Cuckolded"?
Do come and see it!

Tim at Cotswold Frames · Link


Sat 26 Nov: Charlbury WI Coffee Morning & Cake Sale

Charlbury WI will be holding a fund-raising coffee morning & cake sale in the Corner House from 9.30 to 11.30am on Saturday 26 November. Please support us by stopping by at our pop-up café for coffee & home-made eats before purchasing some of the seasonal cakes, mince pies, jams, chutneys & craftwork that will be on sale.

Louise Cashman · Link



Tue 6 Dec: Yack & Yarn

Charlbury's Yack & Yarn group meet at The Bell on the first Tuesday of the month (7.30-9.30pm). Bring along your ongoing knitting or crocheting project (or any other craft you enjoy), have a good chat & unwind over a glass of wine. Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability, including complete beginners (yarn, crochet hooks & knitting needles can be provided). No fee to pay, no commitment, just drop by.

Please contact Louise Cashman for further information: mob 07867 880237 or charlburywi@outlook.com

Louise Cashman · Link


Thu 8 Dec: Charlbury WI carol service

Charlbury WI invite you to join members, family & friends for a service of carols & readings at 7pm at St. Mary's. The will be a retiring collection for SERV OBN (Oxfordshire Blood Bikes) followed by mulled wine & mince pies. An open service to which all in the local community are very welcome to attend.

Louise Cashman · Link


Sun 11 Dec: "The Family Matinee at Christmas" from ChOC

The Family Matinee screening will be at 3pm.

Film details to follow.

Tickets available at the door: Adults £5 / u15s £3 / Family Ticket (2 adults and 1 or 2 children) £12

Free popcorn for children and free mince pies for adults.

Doors and bar from 2.30pm

Jackie Hague · Link


Wed 14 Dec: Charlbury Art Society present.....

Local Young Artists - Bursary students and local young artists: A PV opportunity to show and talk about their work with wine and discussion.
Megan Hemsworth, BA Fashion Photography, Falmouth. Graduating 2017
Clare Taylor, MSc in Medical Art, Dundee 2015
Luke Daniels, BA Illustration, Oxford Brookes 2014

7.30pm in the Memorial Hall
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free

www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Fri 16 Dec: CHARLBURY SPEAKEASY

A Christmas cracker at the Shed...

Simon Fenn · Link


Fri 16 Dec: Late Night Christmas Shopping

Late Night Christmas Shopping Friday 16th December 6pm-8pm come along and get in the festive spirit and buy those last minute Christmas gifts from your local shops

Tim at Cotswold Frames · Link



Sun 18 Dec: Benjamin Britten: A Ceremony of Carols

St Mary's Church, Charlbury, time to be confirmed.

One of Britten's best-known works, this celebration of mediaeval Christmastide poetry is performed by the celebrated Oxford chamber choir, vOx. Musical director David Crown.

Accompanied by Jenny Broome (harp).

Jon Carpenter · Link


Wed 11 Jan: Charlbury Art Society presents

'TED Talk' Evening
Patricia Freeman - silversmithing - raising a bowl
Linda Mowat - plaited baskets
George Lewis - wood sculpture technique.
In the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free

www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Wed 8 Feb: 'Scottish Colourists'

Charlbury Art Society presents a talk by art historian, Alice Foster
In the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free
www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Wed 8 Mar: 'The Moving Figure'

Charlbury Art Society presents a demonstration by artist, Jill Colchester
In the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free
www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Sat 8 Apr-Sun 9 Apr: Spring Show Exhibition

Charlbury Art Society presents their Spring exhibition of members work - many for sale.

In the Memorial Hall
www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Wed 12 Apr: 'Trees in Art'

Charlbury Art Society presents a talk by art historian, Juliet Heslewood

In the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free

www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Wed 10 May: 'Contemporary Tibetan Art'

Charlbury Art Society presents a talk by Professor Clare Harris

In the Memorial Hall at 7.30pm
All welcome - £3, members and under 25s free

www.charlburyarts.co.uk

Maureen Sparling · Link


Sat 13 May-Sun 21 May: Artweeks in Charlbury

Many artists and craftspeople open their studios around the town to join with the whole of Oxfordshire in a feast of artistic talent.

Maureen Sparling · Link


Sat 24 Jun: Charlbury Beer Festival

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 Charlbury Beer Festival will take place on Saturday 24 June 2017. Further details will follow, but in the meantime please put the date in your diaries! Preparations are already under way.

Edward Fenton · Link


Weekly calendar

Monday
9am: Morning Prayer, St Mary's
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
9.30am (termtime): Toddler group, Memorial Hall
1.30pm-3pm: Tennis club
4.30pm: Evening Prayer, St Mary's
5pm-9pm: Rico's Pizzas, Spendlove
6.30pm-7.30pm: Silent reflection, Quaker Meeting House

Tuesday
9am: Morning Prayer, St Mary's
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
Lunch: Golden Years special, The Bell
2.30pm-4pm: Fish van, Market Street
4.30pm: Evening Prayer, St Mary's
6pm: Bowls club
8pm: Wychwayz Morris, Scout Hut
9pm: Pub quiz, Three Horseshoes

Wednesday
9am: Holy Communion, St Mary's
9.15am: Pebbles (under-5s), St Mary's
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
4.30pm: Evening Prayer, St Mary's
5pm: Karate, Memorial Hall
5pm-8pm: Thai to Go, Spendlove
6pm-10pm: Quiz, The Bell
Evening: Pie night, The Bell
7.45pm: Bell-ringing, St Mary's

Thursday
10am-12pm: Font Cafe, St Mary's
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
9.30am: Intermediate Yoga, Corner Ho
11.15am: Gentle Yoga, Corner House
4.30pm: Evening Prayer, St Mary's
7pm-9pm: Tennis club
Evening: Fish & chip night, The Bell

Friday
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
9.30am: Exercise for 50+, Memorial Hall
11.30am: Exercise Class, Memorial Hall
5pm-8pm: Fish & chip van, Spendlove
7pm: Choir practice, St Mary's
Evening: Tapas, The Bell
August 10am-12pm: Museum open

Saturday
9.30am: Mass, St Teresa's
9.30am: Wychwood Road Club ride, from Spendlove
10am-12pm: Tennis club
Morning: Coffee Morning, Corner Ho
Summer 10am-12pm: Museum open

Sunday
8am: Holy Communion, St Mary's
9.45am: Parish Communion, St Mary's
10.30am: Quaker Meeting
10.30am: Baptist Church Service
10.30am: Methodist Church Service
11am: Mass, St Teresa's
2pm-5pm: Tennis club
2.30pm: Canoe club
Summer 2.30pm-4.30pm: Museum open

Contact us with changes to this listing.

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