What’s on

Tue 21 Jan: Table Tennis at the Communuity Centre, 9am

We are trying to get a group together to play table tennis from 9-10am on Tuesdays, starting today. Please come if you'd like to try it out. Price is only £3 per person for the hour. All (adult) ages, sexes and abilities welcome!

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 22 Jan: Quiz at the Community Centre

Our monthly quizzes are back after a short break for Christmas. They are on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Doors open at 7.15pm and the quiz will start promptly at 7.45pm and be over by 10pm. This month's quizmaster is Simon Walker.

Teams are a maximum of 6, but don't worry if you don't have 6 people - we will sit you with others who need extras on their team. Tickets are available from reception in advance or on the night as long as we don't sell out.

Drinks and snacks are available from the bar/cafe.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 22 Jan: Climate emergency - what's next for Charlbury? 8pm Memorial Hall

Charlbury Town Council has declared a climate emergency.  So what needs to happen now? 

The Town Council is holding an initial meeting to explain what ‘Climate Emergency’ means, to give an overview of the key sectors in which we need to cut our emissions nationally – and explore how this could work out locally. Speakers include Mike Thompson, Charlbury resident and Chief Economist for the Committee on Climate Change. Other residents will talk about actions we could take in the immediate and medium-term to make a real difference to Charlbury's climate emissions.

Liz Reason · Link


Wed 22 Jan: Film Showing at Charlbury Community Centre, 2pm

Our monthly film shows, screened by Age UK are on the fourth Wednesday of each month and are free. People of any age can attend. In accordance with the terms of Age UK's licence we are not allowed to publicise which film will be shown outside of the venue. So you can find out from the Community Centre; on the noticeboard by the front door, or by picking up a leaflet in the centre, or by ringing 811878.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 22 Jan: CBY Music Club - Weekly Music Night - Welsh Rock Night

In the Back Bar of the Rose & Crown from 8pm.

A celebration of two of Wales’ greatest rock bands of the last 30 years - Manic Street Preachers and Stereophonics.

Come and join our merry band of music lovers for a night away from life's hectic schedule. All enjoyed in great company with some fine ales.

For more info, to be added to our mailing list or to suggest themes for future nights, email Jos on cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Thu 23 Jan-Sat 25 Jan: It's Panto time

Fun for all the Family with this years CADS production of Treasure Island Thursday 23rd / Friday 24th & Saturday 25th January @ 7.30pm

With a Saturday matinee @ 2.30pm

At the Memorial Hall Charlbury.

With additional shows at the Chadlington Village Hall

Saturday 1st February @ 2.30pm matinee and 7.30pm

Tickets £10.00 ~ Concession £8.00

Matinee shows only Children £5.00

Doors open @7pm and 2pm for the Matinees

Tickets from Cotswold frames, Market St, Charlbury

For Thursday tickets www.wegottickets.com/event/492762

For Friday tickets www.wegottickets.com/event/492764

For Saturday matinee tickets www.wegottickets.com/event/492766

For Saturday evening tickets www.wegottickets.com/event/492770

Tim at Cotswold Frames · Link


Thu 23 Jan: CLAUDE BOURBON AT THE ROSE & CROWN!

On Thursday 23rd January, come and witness the stunning guitar virtuosity of Claude Bourbon at The Rose & Crown! Originally from France but now based in the UK, Claude is known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and Russian stylings into uncharted territories!

A veteran of countless venues, including Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival and Colne Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, each year Bourbon plays more than 100 shows around the world, and on Thursday 23rd January he's at The Rose!

Charlie M · Link


Fri 24 Jan-Sun 26 Jan: The Rose & Crown winter beer festival

The Rose & Crown winter beer festival 

nikki page · Link


Fri 24 Jan: Alan Fraser Jazz - Live at Barry's

Beat the winter blues with a big night out at The Three Horseshoes on Sheep Street. The weekend starts here with live music from Alan Fraser (tenor saxophone, vocals), John Lanyon (guitar), Ian Phillips (bass guitar) and Simon Fenn (drums). From 9.00pm. Free. What good is sitting alone in your room? Come here the music play.

John Lanyon · Link


Sat 25 Jan: Coffee Morning and Bric a Brac sale.

There will be a coffee morning, bric a brac sale and greeting cards sale at St Mary's Church, Charlbury on Saturday morning, 25th January between 10am and 12 midday. All proceeds will go to the Children's Society.

Patrick Gallagher · Link


Mon 27 Jan: Charlbury Town Council – Planning Meeting

The Town Council will meet on Monday 27th January in the Corner House (Ann Downer Room) to consider recently submitted planning applications relating to Charlbury. The meeting will start at 8pm unless members are to be addressed by an external speaker in which case the start time will be brought forward to 7:30pm.

For further details see the Town Council page www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Tue 28 Jan: Grief Encounters

A monthly bereavement support group at Charlbury Community Centre on the last Tuesday of each month from 2pm - 3pm.

No matter how long ago you have lost a loved one, this is an opportunity to meet over a cup of tea with others in a friendly and supportive environment, to share experiences and advice.

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 29 Jan: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 8pm on Wednesday 29th January.

PLEASE NOTE the later than usual start time to allow members to attend the public meeting to be held by the Wilderness Festival team.

The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to attend as observers only.

10 minutes are available at the start of the meeting for members of the public who wish to address the Council by prior arrangement with the Town Clerk. If you wish to address the council during this time please contact the Town Clerk on 01608 810608 or at charlburytc@btinternet.com as soon as possible.

For further details see the Town Council page at http://www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Wed 29 Jan: CBY Music Club - Weekly Music Night - Dire Straits

In the Back Bar of the Rose & Crown from 8pm.

A night dedicated to one of Britain’s best-selling bands ever. All their greatest hits guaranteed.

Come and join our merry band of music lovers for a night away from life's hectic schedule. All enjoyed in great company with some fine ales.

For more info, to be added to our mailing list or to suggest themes for future nights, email Jos on cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Sat 1 Feb: Jesters at the Rose and Crown

Contemporary folk, fast fiddle tunes and more.... (free entry)

20.30-23.00

jestersoxford.org

Jon Luxmoore · Link


Sat 1 Feb: Developing a climate action plan - public workshop 1pm - 5.30pm Memorial Hall

Please RSVP to charlburytc@btinternet.com if you propose to attend.  Lunch will be provided during the first part of the session so we need to know numbers.  A facilitated workshop to visualise how Charlbury would look in a zero-carbon world and what steps could be taken to get there. Participation from anyone and everyone from the town is welcome. Invitations are being sent to groups, clubs and businesses. Open to all.

Liz Reason · Link


Sat 1 Feb: Town Councillor Surgery

Town councillors will be available between 10am and noon in the Corner House (Morris Room) to hear your comments and answer your questions. No appointment necessary - just come along!

For further details see the Town Council page at http://www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Tue 4 Feb: Yack & Yarn

All crafters are welcome to bring along any project that they have on the go and enjoy a drink and chat as part of a friendly group as they stitch, sew, knit or crochet. Organised on a drop-in basis with no fee or need to book. Bring a portable lamp if you have one. 7.30pm, first Tuesday of each month at The Bell.

https://www.charlbury.info/community/84

Louise Cashman · Link


Wed 5 Feb: Probus Lunch Invitation

There’s no such thing as a free lunch? Or is there? Probus Club of Charlbury is a men's club and we would like to invite prospective members to come along and meet us for lunch at Witney Lakes Resort on Wednesday 5th February   Its a chance to meet new people, have a good lunch and listen to an interesting talk. The next talk in February will be presented by Phil Roberts who has been a Patten maker for a quarter of a century –hardly any time at all in the long history of this ancient livery company. In this light hearted talk he will explain the origins and traditions of the company who originally made shoes, and provide a more serious account of the role and future for the 100+ livery companies in the City of London. We do hope you can join us if so then please contact Mike White Ashmead Cottage, The Slade, Charlbury, OX7 3SJ or mike.ewhite7@gmail.com

Or more information see https://www.charlbury.info/community/73

Tony H Merry · Link


Thu 6 Feb: Kent Duchaine at The Rose & Crown!

Thursday 6th February marks the return of Kent Duchaine to The Rose & Crown with his trusty 1934 National steel guitar, Leadbessie. Kent has been playing in Charlbury for more than twenty years, and with good reason! His repertoire of blues classics, coupled with his own songs, together with his stories about his time on the road with the great Johnny Shines, make for a perfect evening! So even if you think you don’t like blues, or if you’ve never seen Kent Duchaine live, or if you're one of his devoted fans, or if you're just plain curious, get down to The Rose & Crown on this evening at around 9pm. You won’t be disappointed ... and you too could be persuaded by Kent to "bark like a dog and howl like a hound"!

Charlie M · Link


Fri 7 Feb: CLIMATE EMERGENCY AND MIGRATION

Charlbury Refugee Action Group invites you to a public meeting in which Krishnendu Mukherjee, writer, activist and advocate practising environmental and immigration law in the UK and India, and Clare Shakya, climate change research director of the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), will be discussing the scale of the climate emergency, its causes and its impact – in particular on the global South – and how to do justice to those forced to leave their homes.

It's at 7.30pm in the Quaker Meeting House, Market Street, Charlbury.

Admission free.

Frances Webber · Link


Tue 11 Feb: Scrabble at the Community Centre, 2.30pm

Please join us for two or three games of Scrabble on Tuesday 11th February, 2.30-5pm. We meet on the second Tesday of every month in the TG room at Charlbury Community Centre. There is a small charge of £2 to help cover the costs of the room. No particular skill or experience needed.

The next session will be on 10th March.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 12 Feb: The Successors to the Scottish Colourists

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome

Alice Foster will return to follow up on her wonderful talk on Scottish Colourists in 2017. She will explore their successors including Dorothy Johnstone (September Sunlight shown here)  and William Gillies (The Harbour, Anstruther, below) together with Joan Eardley and Wm MacTaggart Jr.

Between the wars the loose term “The Edinburgh School” was used to describe contemporary Scottish artists but in fact most painters did not wish to be grouped together, and the term “school” was regarded by then as outmoded. Artists such as Joan Eardley, Anne Redpath, William Gillies, John Maxwell and William MacTaggart Jr do show similarities however: all of them preferred the painterly quality over the subject, something they admired in the work of The Scottish Colourists.

Tony Lloyd · Link


Fri 14 Feb: Women's education at Oxford colleges

This month's Charlbury Society talk is being given by Charlbury resident Dr Alice Prochaska.  She will talk on 'How it became respectable to educate women.  The past, present and future of the women's colleges at Oxford'.

In 1875 Oxford passed the first statute allowing women to take roughly undergraduate level exams, but it was a slow process for women to be accepted as students.  It was not until 1920 that women became eligible to enrol as full members of the university and take degrees, and as late as 1959 that the women's colleges were given full collegiate status.  This promises to be a fascinating talk about the struggle for women to be entitled to a proper university education at Oxford.  

Memorial Hall 8pm.  Refreshments from 7.30pm

Members and under 18's free, visitors £3 each  

Judy Dod · Link


Sat 15 Feb: Coffee morning and marmalade sale

Charlbury Methodist Church is holding a Coffee morning and Marmalade sale on Sat 15th Feb, in the Methodist Church, Fishers Lane from 10 - 12.  Come and buy jars of marmalade or enjoy toast and marmalade with your tea or coffee.  Cakes and Bric a brac stall also.

ALISON COLLINS · Link


Sun 16 Feb: The Köln Concert

Dorian Ford reprises Keith Jarrett's famous improvisation.

Dorian writes:

This is a piano concert unlike any other. It’s like a jazz piano concert but it’s not improvised. It’s solo piano music but it has grooves, riffs, and song-form chord changes, like jazz or rock. It is steeped in the German classical piano tradition like a big sonata by Schubert or an emotionally programmatic journey through the soul like a Mahler symphony. But it could only come from the USA. Fearlessly eclectic, one might think of it like an Ives piano sonata and yet it obviously inhabits the jazz, folk, rock, blues landscape of American music, which is essentially improvised.

(The Köln Concert was a live recording of solo piano improvisations performed by Keith Jarrett at the Opera House in Cologne on 24th January 1975. The double-vinyl album was released in the autumn of 1975 by ECM Records and went on to become the best-selling solo album in jazz history, and the all-time best-selling piano album with sales of more than 3.5 million.)

All funds go to Charlbury Refugee Action Group and are used to support refugees, mainly in Greece and northern France. 

CRAG Tea Concerts begin at 3pm and last about an hour. Seats are not reserved, so to get a good choice we recommend you arrive in good time. Doors open at 2.30. Tickets are £12 on the door (under 15s £5) and include tea and cake.

Jon Carpenter · Link


Sun 16 Feb: An Introduction to Portrait Photography ...

Here's your chance to learn from not just one photographer, but two!

William is teaming up with Tom Wood from Tom Wood Photography where they'll be sharing with you some simple ideas to create beautiful portraits on a walk around the beautiful village of Charlbury.

Nestled in the Evenlode valley, on the edge of the Cotswolds, we'll be utilizing the beauty of the town's many interesting buildings as a backdrop.

Tickets are £20 per person.

Book your place at the following link https://www.facebook.com/events/2205613199743378/

William Mankelow · Link


Thu 20 Feb: Gardeners’ Question Time

7.30 pm Memorial Hall (questions start at 8 pm)

Charlbury Garden Society invites members and guests to bring along their horticultural queries to the ever popular Gardeners’ Question Time. There will be a panel of experienced local gardeners to answer your questions.

New members and visitors very welcome. Includes refreshments from 7.30.

Members free, visitors £3.00.

Membership enquiries: membership@charlburygardensociety.org.uk

Membership £5 single or £8 joint

Angela Gwatkin · Link


Fri 21 Feb: The Charlbury Speakeasy

Expect a joyous evening of laid-back, all-enveloping roots music with the inimitable Knights of Mentis.  The band fills the stage and their sound fills The Shed to bursting.  Come and enjoy.

More details to follow...

The Shed, Nine Acres Lane. £9 entry with no advance booking.  Doors open at 8pm.  Bring your own poison.

Simon Fenn · Link


Tue 25 Feb: Grief Encounters

A monthly bereavement support group at Charlbury Community Centre on the last Tuesday of each month from 2pm - 3pm.

No matter how long ago you have lost a loved one, this is an opportunity to meet over a cup of tea with others in a friendly and supportive environment, to share experiences and advice.

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 26 Feb: Quiz at the Community Centre

Our monthly quizzes are on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Doors open at 7.15pm and the quiz will start promptly at 7.45pm and be over by 10pm. This month's quizmaster is Andrew Chapman.

Teams are a maximum of 6, but don't worry if you don't have 6 people - we will sit you with others who need extras on their team. Tickets are available from reception in advance or on the night as long as we don't sell out.

Drinks and snacks are available from the bar/cafe.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 26 Feb: Film Showing at Charlbury Community Centre, 2pm

Our monthly film shows, screened by Age UK are on the fourth Wednesday of each month and are free. People of any age can attend. In accordance with the terms of Age UK's licence we are not allowed to publicise which film will be shown outside of the venue. So you can find out from the Community Centre; on the noticeboard by the front door, or by picking up a leaflet in the centre, or by ringing 811878.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Sat 29 Feb: Spirit of People and Place

Celebrate Leap Day with an evening of poetry and music based on the new Charlbury anthology published in support of Shorthampton Church. 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall. BYOB. £5 entry, or £10 entry including a copy of the book. To reserve a place please contact robstepney@outlook.com or anthonylandale@aol.com

Rob Stepney · Link


Tue 3 Mar: Yack & Yarn

All crafters are welcome to bring along any project that they have on the go and enjoy a drink and chat as part of a friendly group as they stitch, sew, knit or crochet. Organised on a drop-in basis with no fee or need to book. Bring a portable lamp if you have one. 7.30pm, first Tuesday of each month at The Bell.

https://www.charlbury.info/community/84

Louise Cashman · Link


Sat 7 Mar: Browns Lane closed

Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

Temporary Road Closure at Charlbury, Browns Lane

A request has been received from for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of A-Plant Lux Traffic whilst safety for Engineer to work on underground structure works are carried out.

A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closures and will operate on 07 March 2020. This closure will operate between 09:30 and 15:30 hours.

Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.

TTRO Team, Network Management, Communities, Oxfordshire County Council – TTRORequests@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Richard Fairhurst · Link


Mon 9 Mar-Sat 14 Mar: Sheep Street & Park Street overnight road closures

Between 6.30pm and 6am every night for patching and resurfacing work.

Richard Fairhurst · Link


Tue 10 Mar: Scrabble at the Community Centre, 2.30pm

Please join us for two or three games of Scrabble on Tuesday 10th March, 2.30-5pm. We meet on the second Tesday of every month in the TG room at Charlbury Community Centre. There is a small charge of £2 to help cover the costs of the room. No particular skill or experience needed.

The next session will be on 14th April.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 11 Mar: The Wonder that was Syria

Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

A talk by Denise Derbyshire

Non members welcome

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 11 Mar: Charlbury Art Society

The Wonder that was Syria

Denise Derbyshire

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome

Tony Lloyd · Link


Sat 14 Mar: Charlbury Street Fair Quiz

Charlbury Street Fair St Patrick’s Day Quiz

Doors open at  7pm, Quiz starts at 7.30pm

More info to follow soon

Rachael Lunney · Link


Sun 15 Mar: Piano, flute and cello recital (CRAG tea concert)

Maggie Cole, piano

Philippa Davies, flute

Sebastian Comberti, cello

Music by Haydn, Jean Françaix and Villa-Lobos

CRAG Tea Concerts begin at 3pm and last about an hour. Seats are not reserved, so to get a good choice we recommend you arrive in good time. Doors open at 2.30. Tickets are £12 on the door (under 15s £5) and include tea and cake.

All funds go to Charlbury Refugee Action Group and are used to support refugees, mainly in Greece and northern France.

Complimentary tea and cakes are served after the concert.

Enquiries to charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

Jon Carpenter · Link


Tue 31 Mar: Grief Encounters

A monthly bereavement support group at Charlbury Community Centre on the last Tuesday of each month from 2pm - 3pm.

No matter how long ago you have lost a loved one, this is an opportunity to meet over a cup of tea with others in a friendly and supportive environment, to share experiences and advice.

Jo Paton · Link



Sat 4 Apr-Sun 5 Apr: Charlbury Art Society Spring Show

Charlbury Art Society present their spring show in conjunction with the Garden Society

Tony Lloyd · Link


Mon 6 Apr: Easter BINGO at the Bowls Club

Brilliant night out at the Easter Bingo. Seats 120 - arrive early to secure table seat. Bar, raffle.

Charlbury Bowls Club, 74 Ticknell Piece Road, OX7 3TW

8 Games
6 books - £8
1 book - £1.50
2 Specials

6 game   - £1 per game

1 game   - 20p per game


Shaun Morley · Link


Wed 8 Apr: Charlbury Art Society

Wordsmith: From Chef to Letter Carver in Stone

Matthew Roman Kopinski

Charlbury Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 13 May: Charlbury Art Society

Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

Details to be confirmed

Non members welcome

Tony Lloyd · Link


Sat 27 Jun: Charlbury Beer Festival

We are pleased to announce the date of the twenty-third annual Charlbury Beer Festival, which will take place at Charlbury Cricket Club on Saturday 27 June 2020, from noon till late. As always there will be around fifty real ales, along with cider, lager, Pimm's, wine, good quality soft drinks, tea and cakes, and a range of good food, including vegetarian and vegan. 

For entertainment, there will be live music throughout the day, children's activities, the World Open Aunt Sally Singles Championship, and more music as well as drama and a variety of stimulating talks and discussions in the Culture tent. All proceeds go direct to good causes both locally and in the developing world. Please put the date in your diaries!

Edward Fenton · Link


Mon 21 Sep: Autumn BINGO at the Bowls Club

Brilliant night out at the Autumn Bingo. Seats 120 - arrive early to secure table seat. Bar, raffle.

Charlbury Bowls Club, 74 Ticknell Piece Road, OX7 3TW

8 Games

6 books - £8

1 book - £1.50

2 Specials

6 game - £1 per game

1 game - 20p per game

Shaun Morley · Link


Weekly calendar

Monday

  • 9.30am (termtime): Toddler group, Memorial Hall
  • 1.30pm-3pm: Tennis club
  • 1.15pm and 2.30pm: Strength & Balance, Community Centre
  • 6pm-7pm: Hatha Yoga, Community Centre
  • 7pm-8.30pm: Scouts, Scout Hut

Tuesday

  • 9.30am: Mass, St Teresa’s
  • 10am-11am: Bump to Two, Community Centre
  • 11am-12pm: Well Baby Clinic, Community Centre
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Fish van, Market Street
  • 6pm: Bowls club
  • 8pm: Wychwayz Morris, Scout Hut

Wednesday

  • 9am-10am: Lean Gym, Community Centre
  • 10am-11am: Stay & Play, Community Centre
  • 10am-11.30am: Tai Chi, Methodist Hall
  • 11.15am-12pm: Toddler Gym, Community Centre
  • 11.45am-12.45pm: Qigong and Tai Chi, Methodist Hall
  • 2.15pm-2.45pm: Rhyme Time, Charlbury Library
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Walking Football, Community Centre
  • 5pm-8pm: Thai to Go, Spendlove
  • 6pm-7pm: Hatha Yoga, Community Centre
  • 7.45pm: Bell-ringing, St Mary's
  • 8pm: CBY Music Club, Rose & Crown
  • 8pm-10pm: Volleyball, Community Centre

Thursday

  • 9.15am: Hatha Yoga, Memorial Hall
  • 9.30am: Mass, St Teresa’s
  • 10am-12pm: Font Cafe, St Mary's
  • 11am: Therapeutic Yoga, Memorial Hall
  • 4pm-5pm: Junior Sports Club (8-11), Community Centre
  • 5pm-6pm: Basketball (11+), Community Centre
  • 5pm-6.15pm: Beavers, Scout Hut
  • 7pm-9pm: Velo Pizzeria, Rose & Crown
  • 6.30pm-8pm: Cubs, Scout Hut
  • 6.30pm-7.30pm: Circuit Training, Community Centre
  • 7pm-9pm: Tennis club
  • 8pm-9pm: Walking Football, Community Centre

Friday

  • 9.30am-12pm: Donate and Take, Corner House
  • 9.30am: Exercise for 50+, Memorial Hall
  • 10am-12pm: Coffee Club, Community Centre
  • 2pm-5pm: Tennis Club
  • 5pm-8pm: Fish & chip van, Spendlove
  • 7pm: Choir practice, St Mary's
  • 7pm-9pm: Youth Club, Community Centre
  • August 10am-12pm: Museum open

Saturday

  • 9.30am-12.30pm: Donate and Take, Corner House
  • 9.30am: Mass, St Teresa’s
  • Morning: Coffee Morning, Corner Ho
  • Summer 10.30am-12.30pm: Museum open
  • 4.30pm-8.30pm: Fish & chip van, Spendlove

Sunday

  • 8am: Holy Communion, St Mary's
  • 9.15am: Mass, St Teresa's
  • 9.45am: Parish Communion, St Mary's
  • 10am-11am: Circuit Training, Community Centre
  • 10.30am: Quaker Meeting
  • 10.30am: Baptist Church Service
  • 10.30am: Methodist Church Service
  • 2pm-5pm: Tennis club
  • 2.30pm: Canoe club
  • 4.30pm-8.30pm: Fish & chip van, Spendlove
  • Summer 2.30pm-4.30pm: Museum open

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