What’s on

Sat 27 Nov-Tue 30 Nov: ART IN CHARLBURY DELI: MEET THE ARTIST

VICTORIA BULL: WATERCOLOURS

Exhibition continues in the Deli Cafe until 30th November. Monday to Saturday 8.30 - 4.30

Victoria will be present on Saturday morning 27th November 10 - 1, and looks forward to meeting visitors.

Framed and unframed pictures for sale.

Email veebullje@gmail.com for further details.

victoria bull · Link


Tue 30 Nov: Songbirds Toddler & Baby Singing Group

CALLING ALL TODDLERS!  Come sing with us at 10am this Tuesday in the community centre.

Age: 0-3

Price: £7 drop in rate, £24 for 4 sessions or £40 for 8 sessions

Book your place here: www.jennymahler.co.uk/songbirds

(This class is accessible to everyone. If you cannot afford the fee, get in touch with me confidentially via the contact page to arrange a subsidy.)

Jenny Larsen · Link


Wed 1 Dec: CBY Music Club - Wednesday Night Is Music Night - Classic Punk Albums Night

Music club is back!

Every Wednesday in the back bar of the Rose & Crown from 8:30pm.

This week we'll be enjoying three of Punk's seminal albums:

Ramones (Ramones)

The Clash (The Clash)

Never Mind The Bollocks... (Sex Pistols)

Come and enjoy the music and some fine ales with a great group of friendly, like-minded music lovers.

Anyone & Everyone welcome.

FREE ENTRY / NO MEMBERSHIP FEE

Suggestions for weekly themes appreciated. Contact Jos at cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Wed 1 Dec: Secure Paper Shredding, One Village, Forest Road, Charlbury

Reduce the risk of identity theft. Bring confidential paper waste for secure shredding between 6.30-7pm to the One Village warehouse on the trading estate just over the railway bridge on Forest Road (OX7 3HH). Cost is £5 per bag with 50% going towards local causes. Please phone Christine Elliott on 811057 for more information. Grateful thanks to One Village for letting us use their premises.

Heavy duty polypropylene sacks able to hold 20kg of paper are available FREE from The Cornerstone at The Corner House Mon-Sat 10am-1pm.

No need to remove staples, paperclips or plastic spines, but please DO NOT include plastic sleeves, folders or CDs.

Certificate of destruction provided if required. The paper gets reprocessed into paper products within just a few weeks.

Shredding by Datashredders Ltd

Organised every May and November by Charlbury Green Hub. Since 2009, when this event was first arranged in Charlbury, over 7,400kg of paper have been shredded which is equivalent to 110 trees and over £1,700 has been raised for Charlbury charities.

Christine Elliott · Link


Wed 1 Dec-Fri 10 Dec: Anthony Lloyd - Printmaking Exhibition

Charlbury Deli and Cafe

Throughout December

The exhibition includes recent collagraph prints made by upcycling Tetra Pak cartons to form the printing plates.

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 1 Dec: Your weekly Farmers Market - midnight deadline for ordering fresh veg, trout, cheese, eggs, etc collected outside Community Centre on Saturday MORNING (& SESI refills)

WHAT'S IN SEASON? Pears, apples, tomatoes, curly kale, cavolo nero, spinach, swiss chard, rainbow chard, purple sprouting broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, calabrese, peppers, kohlrabi, jerusalem artichokes, celeriac, beetroot, leeks, squash, carrots, potatoes, salad leaves! Order deadline midnight Wednesday (actually 7am Thursday if you get up early enough!) for collection the following SATURDAY MORNING 9.30-10.30am.  Order your produce from StyanFamilyProduce.co.uk and pay online. In addition to a wide range of fresh fruit and veg from Worcestershire, you can also order Bibury trout (1st & 3rd Saturdays), Stainswick Farm oils and dressings, Charlbury Halcyon honey, preserves, free-range eggs and a range of Smarts single and double Gloucester cheeses. New customers always welcome, there is no minimum spend and no commitment to order every week - just place an order whenever it suits you.

Vegbox collection is now SATURDAY MORNING any time between 9.30am and 10.30am, the boxes will be arranged in alphabetical order alongside the community centre. A notification email will be sent out on Friday morning to everyone who has placed an order. Please maintain social distancing while collecting your box.

  • Please bring your own bag to transfer produce from the box and please return egg boxes and apple juice bottles for reuse.

Styan Family Produce come to Charlbury Farmers Market every 3 months from near Evesham, but since April 2020 we have been fortunate that they are delivering farmers market produce for collection in Charlbury every Saturday. The early tomatoes are from biomass heated glasshouses. Throughout the summer we have enjoyed cherries, and wonderful plums together with courgettes, broad beans, peas, spinach, chard, salad bags, rocket, spring onions, sweetcorn, beetroot, tomatoes, cucumber, strawberries, etc, etc - all freshly harvested from Worcestershire. The Styan family farm was covered in a BBC1 programme about Farmers Markets on 4 January - Charlbury collections even get a mention!

Dairy Kefir grains

Available free of charge, please email info@charlburygreenhub.org uk to request some and bring a very small jam jar of milk to take some grains away.

SESI Refills

If you need refills for SESI household detergents then please drop off your clean empty bottles on Saturday morning during the veg box collection outside the Community Centre. These will be refilled during the week and be ready for collection the following Saturday. Any refills dropped off at the Farmers Market can also be collected here.

Secure Paper Shredding

Collect free sacks for your paper waste from The Cornerstone at The Corner House (open 10-1 Mon-Sat) . The next paper shredding collection will be in early December.

Local food suppliers

Check our useful summary of local food suppliers

Check CharlburyCAN Instagram for favourite recipes using seasonal food throughout the year and for tips to avoid food waste.

Organised by Charlbury Green Hub in conjunction with Janet Burroughs from Charlbury Farmers Market, Nikki Rycroft from Patients Participation Group, and Tanya Stevenson from the Community Centre.

Christine Elliott · Link


Thu 2 Dec: Charlbury Society talk Thursday 2 nd at 8 pm

Dr Janice Kinory earned her DPhil in Archaeology at Oxford in 2011 and now works as an independent archaeologist. She has been a research associate at the HEIR Project, School of Archaeology, University of Oxford since 2014.

Although we don't think about salt much now, until the invention of refrigeration in the 19th century, having enough salt was often a matter of life and death. In this talk you will hear about the development of Britain's salt industry from the Neolithic period through the first two centuries of the Roman occupation, learn a bit about the various ways salt can be made and its chemistry, how this affects what people had to eat in the past, other ways salt may have been used, and its distribution.

Nikki Rycroft · Link


Thu 2 Dec: CRAG children's craft workshop: make Little Amal themed decorations for the CRAG Christmas tree

This year, CRAG is taking Little Amal as our theme for our Christmas Tree Festival entry, with its celebration of the courage and resilience of refugees, including lone children, as they undergo difficult and dangerous journeys to reach safety or find family members. We would like Charlbury's children to help us decorate the tree, by making Damascus roses (Amal’s favourite flower), and signposts tracing Amal’s journey from Syria to Manchester.

We’re holding a decoration making workshop for children aged 6 and over (younger children can attend but would need parents’ help), on Thursday 2nd December at 3.15pm, at the Methodist Hall, Fisher’s Lane. If you would like your child(ren) to attend please email campaigns@charlburyrefugee.org.uk

Vicky Buser · Link


Fri 3 Dec: Sparkle and Fizz in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support

Come and have fun, and buy Christmas gifts at a SPARKLE & FIZZ party in aid of Macmillan Cancer Research. 7pm at 32 The Slade. 3rd December.

 £15 includes prosecco &nibbles.

Find out how to look special in only 5 minutes with the help of Liz Partington,

Colour Me Beautiful consultant. liz@cotwolds.style

Elisabeth Partington · Link


Fri 3 Dec: CSA Family Film Night - Elf

See poster for details

Book here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-cinema-friday-3rd-december-tickets-187571570617

All proceeds go to the Charlbury School Association (CSA) who are fundraising to provide a pavilion/toilet facilities on Wychwood Paddocks.

Kerri Rymell · Link


Fri 3 Dec: Stay and Play at the Bowls Club

Every Friday in term time at Charlbury Bowls Club. For parents / carers and under 4s. Craft, songs and refreshments. No charge. 9.30am - 11am.

Jo Paton · Link


Sat 4 Dec-Sun 5 Dec: Charlbury Christmas Trees

Apologies, to those who may have been watching for this event, for the delay in posting. 

 We will be open this year, BUT with some difference in operations to previous years. 

 We will be open for 2 weekends only: 

 December 4th and 5th, and Dec 11th and 12th 

 Time - 9.30am - 4pm 

 We have plenty of taller trees, 8/9 foot and above. However, although there are plenty of smaller trees coming on, they have not grown as quickly as expected. So we currently have a gap – we simply do not have trees in the 4 foot to 7 foot height range available to cut. 

This has presented us with a dilemma- to open or not to open? 

 We know that a visit to us to get Christmas tree is now part of many families Christmas. We did close for the 2012 season and many loyal customers were not happy and have not forgotten! So we have decided to open – but we can only do this by offering pre-cut trees for those wishing a tree in the 4 foot to 7 foot range. These trees have been sourced from a national supplier with whom we have built up a good relationship over many years. 

 So we will be open. And you are welcome to come and wander as normal and for children to enjoy chasing and playing hide and seek. But if you wish a tree up to 7 foot in height you will have to choose from our selection of pre-cut trees. If you need a taller tree, 8 foot and above, you can still choose and have one cut. 

We hope to see you in December. 

 A suggestion: Christmas trees do NOT like heat, but do like plenty to drink. Perhaps, it’s time for a change in managing your tree. Why not initially put your tree in a stand in a cool location such as outside your front, or back door, and decorate with some battery operated lights? And then, after a few days, welcome it into the warmth in your home a little closer to Christmas and dress it up for Christmas. And enjoy. 

Janet Burroughs · Link


Sat 4 Dec: Make a Snowman, Watch “The Snowman” Film Screening

Let’s get ready for Christmas together; decorating wooden snowman decorations, singing songs, drinking hot chocolate and watching the magical film of “The Snowman”. A cosy, crafty and fun filled hour to help our little ones get ready for Christmas. Open to all, intended for children ages 2 - 7 years and their adults.

Sessions at 11am, 2pm & 4pm

Buy your £5 tickets here: https://cpssnowman.eventbrite.com

Jill Petersen · Link


Sat 4 Dec: The Charlbury Speakeasy

Our first live show since February 2020.

The fabulous VICTROLAS with the Four Wordsmen of the Apostrophe.

Charlbury Memorial Hall, Saturday 4th December, 8:30pm

BOOKING NOW OPEN!

Find full details of how to reserve your place at www.charlbury.info/community/83

Simon Fenn · Link


Sun 5 Dec: CRAG Sunday Concert

Memorial Hall 3 pm (doors 2.30) Sunday 5 December

The third CRAG Sunday Concert features the Cirrus String Quartet comprising Martin Smith and Suzanne Loze (violins), Morgan Goff (viola) and David Burrowes (cello).

They will perform Mozart String Quartet in D major, K.575, and WH Reed String Quartet no. 5 in A minor.

Cirrus was founded in 1992 by cellist David Burrowes. They are all leading solo and chamber music performers, and between them they have worked with most of the top chamber orchestras in Great Britain.

Amongst their recordings are music for strings and wind by Mozart, string quintets by Mozart and Schubert, Tchaikovsky’s sextet ‘Souvenir de Florence’ and, most recently, the two quartets of Leoš Janáček. ​

In addition to its concert schedule, Cirrus has been recorded by BBC Radio, appeared on ITV, and performed at the Wigmore Hall.

Tickets £12 (£6 under 16s) can be purchased at Cotswold Frames or are bookable in advance by phoning 01608 811558 or email nick.parker@cooptel.net Tickets also available on the door.

We hope to resume refreshments soon but there will be complimentary take-away cake. 

The hall will be well ventilated and the audience will be in socially distanced bubbles. Please bring a mask and wrap warmly.

Numbers will be limited so please purchase or book your tickets soon to avoid disappointment.

Visit our webpage here to read our Covid Safety precautions. Ways to donate to CRAG can also be found here.

All proceeds to refugee relief.

Angela Gwatkin · Link


Mon 6 Dec: Memory Cafe

Do come along and join us 

Charlbury Bowls Club

2pm 

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 8 Dec: Charlbury Art Society

Desert Island Art

For our Christmas Gathering a number of members will select the three pieces of art they would take to their desert island and talk about why they are special to them.

Memorial Hall

7.30

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 8 Dec: CBY Music Club - Wednesday Night Is Music Night - Bruce Springsteen Night

Music club is back!

Every Wednesday in the back bar of the Rose & Crown from 8:30pm.

This week we celebrate the near 50-year career of "The Boss", enjoying all his classics and hits from his 20 studio albums of heartland rock.

Come and enjoy the music and some fine ales with a great group of friendly, like-minded music lovers.

Anyone & Everyone welcome.

FREE ENTRY / NO MEMBERSHIP FEE

Suggestions for weekly themes appreciated. Contact Jos at cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Thu 9 Dec-Sun 12 Dec: Christmas Tree Festival

We shall be holding the popular Christmas Tree Festival again this year at St Mary's Church starting on Thursday 9 December and continuing through to Monday 27 December.  There will be events running in the Church over the first weekend, (more information to follow). The decorated trees will remain lit up each day until just after Christmas.  Download your Booking Form here.

Maureen Sparling · Link


Fri 10 Dec: Charlbury School Choir

Come and hear the Charlbury School Choir sing seasonal songs surrounded by the Christmas trees decorated by Charlbury's youngest people. All welcome. Admission free. St Mary's Church at 2pm.

Elisabeth Partington · Link


Fri 10 Dec: Charlbury Town Football and Sports Club Xmas Bingo

Charlbury Town Football and Sports Club 

Christmas Bingo Friday 10th December 

6pm doors open 7pm eyes down 

charlbury Town football and sports club · Link


Fri 10 Dec: Stay and Play at the Bowls Club

Every Friday in term time at Charlbury Bowls Club. For parents / carers and under 4s. Craft, songs and refreshments. No charge. 9.30am - 11am.

Stay and Play will stop for a Christmas break and start again on Friday 14th January 2022. 

Jo Paton · Link



Fri 10 Dec: Late Night Christmas Shopping

Charlbury late night Christmas shopping is back again, why not come down and support your local shops who will be open till 8pm on Friday 10th December and pick up some lovely gifts, everyone welcome.

Tim at Cotswold Frames · Link


Fri 10 Dec: Ctfsc Xmas Bingo 10th December

Charlbury Town Football and Sports Club 

Are holding a Xmas bingo on Friday 10th December 

At the memorial hall Doors open At 6pm eyes down at 7.pm 

charlbury Town football and sports club · Link


Sat 11 Dec: Charlbury Christmas Cracker

An entertainment for all the family featuring talent young and old from across Charlbury and district. Whether you enjoy music from the shows, folk music, or comedy, you will find something to enjoy. 7pm in St Mary's Church

Tickets £15 includes a glass of wine ,children free, are now available  from Charlbury Deli (cash only) and Charlbury Cornerstone ( also takes cards).

Elisabeth Partington · Link


Sat 11 Dec: Nature Rights

Charlbury Memorial Hall, 2-5 pm

Join artists Flora Gregory and Natalie Koffman on a journey and consider together some questions and imagine a future where Nature has rights.

To book a place email: gregoryandkoffman@gmail.com

Flora Gregory · Link


Sat 11 Dec: Christmas Farmers Market

We will be holding our Christmas Farmers Market on Saturday 11th December on The Playing Close. 

Please do come and browse the stalls and see what is on offer from our traders. You can stock up for Christmas on food and drink. You can buy Christmas wreaths and flower decorations. Perhaps find something different to buy  for that hard to please family member or friend? 

Janet Burroughs · Link


Sat 11 Dec-Sun 12 Dec: Charlbury Christmas Trees

Apologies, to those who may have been watching for this event, for the delay in posting. 

 We will be open this year, BUT with some difference in operations to previous years. 

 We will be open for 2 weekends only: 

 December 4th and 5th, and 

 Dec 11th and 12th 

 Time - 9.30am - 4pm 

 We have plenty of taller 8/9 foot and above. However, although there are plenty of smaller trees coming on, they have not grown as quickly as we expected. So we currently have a gap – we simply do not have trees in the 4 to 7 foot height range available to cut. 

 This has presented us with a dilemma- to open or not to open?

 We know that a visit to us to get Christmas tree is now part of many families Christmas. When we did close one year previously, in 2012, many loyal customers were not happy and have not forgotten! 

 So we have decided to open – but we can only do this by offering pre-cut trees for those wishing a tree in the 4 foot to 7 foot range. These trees have been sourced from a national supplier with whom we have built up a good relationship over many years. 

 So we will be open. And you are welcome to come and wander as normal and for children to enjoy chasing and playing hide and seek. But if you wish a tree up to 7 foot in height you will have to choose from our selection of pre-cut trees. If you need a taller tree, 8 foot and above, you can still choose and have one cut. 

 We hope to see you in December. 

 A suggestion: Christmas trees do NOT like heat, but do like plenty to drink. Perhaps, it’s time for a change in managing your tree. Why not initially put your tree in a stand in a cool location such as outside your front, or back door, and decorate with some battery operated lights? And then, after a few days, welcome it into the warmth in your home and dress it up for Christmas. And enjoy.

Janet Burroughs · Link


Sun 12 Dec: The Countryside at Christmas

A celebration of the joy of creation within the Christmas landscape through poems, prose and songs for everyone to sing. 7pm in St Mary's Church. All ages welcome. 

Admission Free. Retiring collection in aid of St Mary’s Church

Elisabeth Partington · Link


Mon 13 Dec: Domestic Violence Awareness Training in Charlbury

Date & time: Monday 13 December, 11am - 1pm
Venue: Thomas Gifford Room, Charlbury Community Centre

Reducing the Risk is running a domestic abuse awareness workshop in Charlbury in collaboration with WODC, and supported by Charlbury Town Council.

A 2019 study discovered that domestic abuse in rural areas is under-reported by 50% compared to urban areas, and victims suffer for 25% longer than urban survivors. The lockdown and other social pressures during the COVID pandemic made the situation even more difficult. While many of us want to be able to do more about this critical issue, we may not see or recognise the signs of abuse or, having noticed something untoward, we are not confident what action to take.

If you want to help reduce the risk of rural domestic abuse, please book a place. Contact Stewart at: contact@reducingtherisk.org.uk 

We encourage representatives from local service-providers, businesses, clubs and groups to attend.

Dan Raymond-Barker · Link


Sat 18 Dec-Sun 19 Dec: The Old Shed Christmas Event at Banbury Hill Farm 2021 - Where Christmas begins, and festive magic never ends.

Saturday 18th December & Sunday 19th December 2021 - 4:00 PM until 8:00 PM.

New for 2021!

  • Illuminated Woodland Trail
  • Live Music
  • Food & Drink
  • Christmas Market
  • Children's Activities

Please book your preferred arrival time slot, to encourage a steady flow of traffic.

This holiday season, we would like you to share and spread the Christmas spirit with us. Allow the lights to lead you through the woods and watch as youthful eyes shine with delight! Before stumbling across an abundance of children's activities to participate in, while the parents browse the stalls of local businesses. Stop by the firepit for some warmth and to toast a marshmallow whilst enjoying some quality time with your friends and family this Christmas. The perfect opportunity for taking festive family photos and making memories that will last a lifetime. The Old Shed will be your final destination, where you'll find lots of Christmas food and beverages, as well as fantastic live music from local artists.

FREE hot chocolate or mulled wine included in every ticket as well as FREE parking!

Unfortunately, on this occasion please leave your four legged friends at home as this is a pet free event.

Limited availability, book now to avoid disappointment!

https://theoldshed-christmasevent.eventbrite.co.uk

We look forward to welcoming you for some pure festive magic at Banbury Hill Farm, Charlbury, OX7 3JH.

www.theoldshedcharlbury.co.uk/

Becky Leath · Link


Sat 18 Dec: CBY Music Club - Christmas Party at the Rose & Crown

It's finally time to party and CBY Music Club brings you a Christmas party not to be missed, presenting:

Danceology - All Request Christmas Party

in the back bar of the Rose & Crown, 8pm 'til late.

After two years away, we're back! It's time to get your party freak on, get those glad rags (and handbags if you so wish) and best party frocks out and come and enjoy a night of Christmas hits, party classics and dance floor anthems.

Minimum £1 per request, all donated to charity.

FREE ENTRY

Jos Foulston · Link


Sat 18 Dec: Christmas Carols at Charlbury Community Centre

We hope that you can join us for Christmas carols outside the Community Centre at 7pm.

Refreshments provided. 

Please bring a face covering for use whilst singing or when inside the Community Centre. 

St Mary's Church and the Community Centre

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 22 Dec: CBY Music Club - Wednesday Night Is Music Night - Female '70s Singer-Songwriters

Music club is back!

Every Wednesday in the back bar of the Rose & Crown from 8:30pm.

This week we enjoy 3 classic albums from great female singer-songwriters of the 1970s:

Blue (Joni Mitchell)

Tapestry (Carole King)

Horses (Patti Smith)

Come and enjoy the music and some fine ales with a great group of friendly, like-minded music lovers.

Anyone & Everyone welcome.

FREE ENTRY / NO MEMBERSHIP FEE

Suggestions for weekly themes appreciated. Contact Jos at cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Wed 29 Dec: CBY Music Club - Wednesday Night Is Music Night - Lou Reed & The Velvet Underground

Music club is back!

Every Wednesday in the back bar of the Rose & Crown from 8:30pm.

This week we celebrate the career of a massively influential songwriter and guitarist, who helped shaped nearly fifty years of rock music - Lou Reed.

Come and enjoy the music and some fine ales with a great group of friendly, like-minded music lovers.

Anyone & Everyone welcome.

FREE ENTRY / NO MEMBERSHIP FEE

Suggestions for weekly themes appreciated. Contact Jos at cbymusicclub@gmail.com

Jos Foulston · Link


Wed 12 Jan 2022: Charlbury Art Society

7.30 Memorial Hall

Non members welcome £5 on the door

Juliet Heslewood

The Art of Friendship

Tony Lloyd · Link


Sat 15 Jan 2022: LIVE MUSIC: KENT DUCHAINE AT THE ROSE & CROWN

Saturday 15th January 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 five 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 maybe you too could be persuaded by Kent to "bark like a dog and howl like a hound"!

Charlie M · Link


Sun 16 Jan 2022: Evening Worship at St Mary's

A bi-monthly (every other month) hour of worship at St Mary's led by John Partington. All are welcome.

John Partington · Link


Mon 17 Jan 2022: Charlbury Wildlife Talks

7.30 pm Eynsham's Nature Recovery Network 

Catriona Bass and Kevan Martin talk about Eynsham's community-led nature recovery movement highlighting some of its successes in creating a better local environment while addressing the ecological and climate crises. 

Contact CharlburyWildlifeSociety@gmail.com for membership and attendance. 

Flora Gregory · Link


Wed 9 Feb 2022: Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome £5 on the door

Tony Lloyd · Link


Mon 21 Feb 2022: Charlbury Wildlife Talks

7.30 pm The Evenlode Catchment Partnership

A welcome opportunity to hear all about about the vision for an Evenlode with improved water quality, enhanced flood management, enriched biodiversity, and greater community engagement.

Contact CharlburyWildlifeSociety@gmail.com for membership and attendance.

Flora Gregory · Link


Wed 9 Mar 2022: Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome £5 on the door

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 13 Apr 2022: Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome £5 on the door

Tony Lloyd · Link


Wed 11 May 2022: Charlbury Art Society

Memorial Hall 7.30

Non members welcome £5 on the door

Tony Lloyd · Link


Fri 10 Jun-Sun 19 Jun 2022: Charlbury Festival

Charlbury Festival 2022 

Art, Theatre, Literature, Music, Workshops and Talks.

Tony Lloyd · Link


Sun 19 Jun 2022: Charlbury Open Gardens 2022

After our colourful Virtual Open Gardens in 2020, and sadly the cancellation of the event in 2021, we are planning a bumper event on the 19th June 2022, in conjunction with the Arts Society, on the 2nd Sunday of the Charlbury Festival (10th to 19th June 2022).

More information nearer the date!

To know more about the Charlbury Garden Society and how to become a member, see our website: http://www.charlburygardensociety.org.uk/

Geneviève Hug · Link


Weekly calendar

Please note that many of these events are suspended during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Monday

  • 9.30am: Mass, St Teresa’s
  • 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
  • 8pm-10pm: Badminton, Community Centre

Tuesday

  • 9.30am: Mass, St Teresa’s
  • 9.30am-10.30am: Pilates, Bowls Club
  • 10am-11am: Bump to Two, Community Centre
  • 11am-12pm: Well Baby Clinic, Community Centre
  • 2.30pm-4pm: Fish van, Market Street
  • 5pm-9pm: Copper Pot Catering, Spendlove
  • 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
  • 6pm-7pm: Hatha Yoga, Community Centre
  • 6pm-7pm: Adoration, St Teresa’s
  • 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
  • 9.30am-10.30am: Pilates, Memorial Hall
  • 10am-12pm: Font Cafe, St Mary's
  • 10.45am-11.45am: Pilates, Bowls Club
  • 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
  • 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: Mass, St Teresa’s with Adoration/Benediction to follow
  • 9.30am: Exercise for 50+, Memorial Hall
  • 9.30am-11am (term time): Stay and Play, Bowls Club
  • 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
  • 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: Parish 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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