What’s on

Wed 22 Aug: Quiz at the Community Centre - SOLD OUT!

Our August monthly quiz will be held on 22nd at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
The host this time will be Vijay Desor and there is a rumour that Indian snacks will be on sale from the bar as well as the usual drinks, cakes etc.
Tickets, £5 per person, are available from the Community Centre reception desk. Please don't leave it until the last minute to buy them, or you might be disappointed. Tables are for a maximum of 6, but please do not feel you need a whole table of people to come with - we will put you with others where necessary to make up the numbers.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 22 Aug: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 7:30pm on Wednesday 22nd August.
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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Fri 24 Aug-Mon 27 Aug: CHARLBURY MUSEUM Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday

The Museum will be open on Friday and Saturday from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm, with the exhibition Walk on the Wild Side, featuring Wychwood Forest and the Wychwood Project.
The photo shows the Charlbury Aquatic Sports at the Boating & Bathing Place.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sat 25 Aug: Saturday morning work party at Southill Solar Farm 10am - 12 noon

Come and lend a hand to remove the over-growing Old Mans Beard from the new young hedgerow saplings, around the solar farm. Being your shears and secateurs, along with a stout pair of gloves.
Meet at Layby at 10am.
Finish by 12 noon!

Anne Miller · Link


Sun 26 Aug: The Jazz Picnic

At Charlbury Cricket Club from 12.30pm. Bring your own picnic and get drinks from the pavilion bar. Music from Mingus Tree. Free entry.

John Lanyon · Link


Fri 31 Aug-Sun 2 Sep: CHARLBURY MUSEUM Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday

The Museum will be open on Friday and Saturday from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and on Sunday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. Walk on the wild side in the Wychwood Forest, discover Charlbury's past trades and industries, look for your granny's photo and flower shows past and present.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sat 1 Sep: Charlbury Garden Society Annual Show

The Society's Annual Show will be held on Saturday 1st September in the Memorial Hall.
This is the main show of the year and there will be exhibits of fruit, vegetables, flowers, flower arranging, cookery photography and handicrafts. In addition there will be classes for children's growing and crafts.

Exhibitors' entries: 8.30 - 10.45 am. Open to the public: 1.30 - 4.00 pm. Awards: 3.45 pm.

The schedules, including entry forms, are now available online and paper copies will be also available a week or so before the event around the town at the Pharmacy,the Railway Station, the Old Post Office (Larcums), and in the foyer of the Corner house.

The Annual Show Schedule can be seen here: _www.charlbury.info/files/474/AnnualShow2018fordownloading.docx

For Annual Show Entry Forms only click www.charlbury.info/files/474/ANNUALSHOW2018ENTRYFORMONLY.docx

Geoff Holmberg · Link


Tue 4 Sep: Charlbury Yack and Yarn

The Bell Inn, Church Road, Charlbury

Tuesday 4th September 2018

Time: 19.30 - 21.30

We are a friendly group who welcome people of all abilities, from complete novice to expert, to join us for an evening of chatting, knitting, crocheting and sewing.

Miriam Evans · Link


Fri 7 Sep: Charlbury Community Centre's First Birthday Party

The beginning of September marks a year since the Community Centre opened. We are very pleased with how it's gone and how well Charlbury has appreciated our efforts and enjoyed our facilities. Please join us for a celebration of this first anniversary between 5 and 7pm on Friday 7th September. There will a barbeque and bar, plus entertainment from Charlbury School Choir. Everybody is welcome.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Sat 8 Sep: Children's Bike Rally

Save the date!
The route round Charlbury's five churches starts at St Mary's on Church Street and ends at the Windrush Bike Project tent on the Playing Close.
Children may also ride on balance bikes and scooters. Parents must sign their children in at St Mary's from 10.30 and must accompany their children. The rally will start at 11.35. All children who complete their route will receive certificates and prizes (thanks to the Coop).
Despite the weather last year's rally was enjoyed by some 40 children (and panting parents).
I am again organising this year's rally on behalf of the Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust and the Windrush Bike Project and will be recruiting a team of stewards to help on the day.
Volunteers please to basil.eastwood@gmail.com

Basil Eastwood · Link


Sat 8 Sep-Sun 9 Sep: CHARLBURY MUSEUM

The Museum will be open on Saturday from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and on Sunday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. All welcome, townspeople, campers, tourists, children and adults alike. This year's exhibition focuses on Wychwood Forest and the Wychwood Project, A Walk on the Wild Side.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sat 8 Sep: Charlbury's Ride and Stride

Have a great day out, get some fresh air and exercise and help keep our historic buildings vibrant!
How many of Oxfordshire's churches and chapels can you visit on 8 September? Over 500 of them will be open and offering drinks and biscuits (and in some cases cake!) to the cyclists, riders and walkers taking part in the annual Ride and Stride.
Participants get sponsored for the number of churches they visit. Charlbury participants have the advantage that they can clock up five before leaving town. You do not have to be ambitious in planning your route and it can be a good excuse for a family picnic eg in the lovely churchyard at Shorthampton. So why not give it a go this year?
And why not add it on after the second great Charlbury Children's Bike Rally round the five churches in the morning (qv)?
You may expect a church to be there for your most memorable moments; baptisms, weddings, funerals, and these buildings do hotwire us to our national, local and family history but they receive no government support. The Ride and Stride is the main source of income for the Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust which gives grants to churches and chapels of all denominations for repairs and improvements such as heating and toilets so that they can serve the communities around them into the future. You can nominate a church to receive half your sponsorship.
For more information and enrolment forms ring Alison Eastwood on 811651 or go to ohct.org.uk/ride-stride/ and enrol online.

Basil Eastwood · Link


Sat 8 Sep: Charlbury School Association Treasure Hunt

The Charlbury School Association are holding a family treasure hunt to raise much needed funds for the Primary School.

The treasure hunt will start at 1.30pm with the last team being able to leave the school at 2.30pm.

Maximum of 5 in a team with no more than 2 adults in the team.

Entry is £5.00 per team.

The treasure hunt will start and finish at Charlbury Primary School and there will be a prize for the winning team.

Refreshments including a licensed bar will be available at the end.

Shelley Parsons · Link


Sat 8 Sep: "Last Night Of The Proms Party"

Charlbury Street Fair: "LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS PARTY"

Come along, bring your friends, and join Charlbury's celebration of the Last Night Of The Proms screened live from the Royal Albert Hall.

Evening or fancy dress optional!

Entry is by ticket only, £5, to include table treats, nibbles and a small glass of Prosecco / wine or a soft drink.

Licensed bar open all evening.

Tables for 6 may be reserved - buy your tickets in advance at Larcum's or via email to carolyn.ashton@gmail.com

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7.30pm
(doors open from 7pm)

Jackie Hague · Link


Sun 9 Sep: Back to School Messy Church

Join us at St Mary's Church for a Back to School Messy Church. 9am for breakfast, messy crafts and a family service celebrating our teachers. The school choirs will be joining us. All welcome.

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 12 Sep: Charlbury Art Society: Smarter than my camera.

Paddy Gallagher explores the possible when the automatic button on a modern camera is switched off.
Why let the camera have all the fun? Experiment. Tackle new projects as a challenge and you will be amazed with the results.

Patrick Gallagher · Link


Thu 13 Sep: Roland Chadwick at The Rose & Crown!

The night of Thursday 13th September sees the welcome return of Roland Chadwick to the Rose & Crown! His superb musicianship features everything between classical and blues, and he is a wonderful raconteur as well. His "local version" of the great Robert Johnson's "Crossroads" ("I went down to The Cotswolds") has to be heard to be believed!
Don't miss what will be a superb evening of music!
The music starts around 9pm.

Charlie M · Link


Fri 14 Sep-Sat 15 Sep: Charlbury Street Fair

The Street Fair takes place in Church Street - Saturday 15th September and is preceded by the Egg Throwing Competition on the evening of 14th September, as well as the Last Night of the Proms in the Memorial Hall on 8th September

Outline Programme of Events for 15th:

1:30pm - Childrens' Fancy Dress judging
1:45pm - Childrens' Parade with Classic Cars
2:00pm - Grand Opening & Prize-giving by Kathy Clugston, Radio Presenter
NEW FOR THIS YEAR - BAKE-OFF COMPETITION
2:15-4.15pm - Entertainment
- Morris Dancing, Charlbury Primary School Choir, Buskers
4:15pm - Charlbury Primary School Dancers
led by Tina
5:00pm - Grand Draw & Silent Auction results
5:30pm - STALLS CLOSE
7:00pm - Music - and Dancing in the Street
10:00pm - CLOSE

Also to feature: Fun Fair (Saturday 15th only), Climbing Wall (that's a wall to climb up not a wall that climbs!), Fire Service display, Food stalls, Book sale, Bric-a-brac etc etc...

John Dora · Link


Fri 14 Sep: Evenlode Jazz at the Three Horseshoes

Evenlode Jazz will be playing again at the Three Hoirseshoes Charlbury on Friday September 14th.

Guest vocalist Lizzie plus the usual crew.

With the usual bonhommie and good beer from Barry the landlord.

Geoff Holmberg · Link


Sat 15 Sep-Sun 16 Sep: CHARLBURY MUSEUM Open all day on Saturday

The Museum will be open all day, from 10.30 am until 5 pm on Street Fair Day, Saturday 15th September. Plenty of time to explore the five rooms and their contents, and only £1 admission (children free).

It will also be open from 2.30 to 4.30 pm on Sunday.

Walk on the Wild Side in Wychwood Forest and the Wychwood Project. and browse through the museum's photograph albums.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sun 16 Sep: Ignite - formerly 6 O'clock worship

Join us at St Mary's Church for a contemporary worship service. 5.45pm for coffee and cookies. All welcome.

Jo Paton · Link


Wed 19 Sep: Charlbury WI - September meeting and talk, 'Corsetry & Couture'

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7.30pm

Student Rosie Dennington received world-wide recognition when actress Helena Bonham-Carter wore one of her flamboyant corset creations to a Vanity Fair photoshoot. She now runs her own business specialising in costume design and corsetry.

Visitors are welcome to join us for the evening and following the talk enjoy a cuppa and a slice of delicious home-made cake.

Jackie Hague · Link


Wed 19 Sep: Quiz at the Community Centre

Our September monthly quiz will be held on 19th at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
The host this time will be Simon Walker. There will be hot and cold, alcoholic and soft drinks for sale as well as crisps, cakes etc.
Tickets, £5 per person, are available from the Community Centre reception desk. Please don't leave it until the last minute to buy them, or you might be disappointed. Tables are for a maximum of 6, but you do not need a whole table of people to come - we will put you with others where necessary to make up the numbers.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Thu 20 Sep: THE MAKER’S MONTHLY MARKET

BAR
POP UP STREET FOOD
A FABULOUS SELECTION OF FOOD & CRAFT STALLS

5-8PM 3rd Thursday of every month

Charlbury Memorial Hall
OX7 3QW

Run by the Freeman Collective

CONTACT: patriciafreeman5@googlemail.com

Patricia Freeman · Link


Sat 22 Sep-Sun 23 Sep: CHARLBURY MUSEUM

The Museum will be open on Saturday from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and on Sunday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. All welcome, townspeople, campers, tourists, children and adults alike. This year's exhibition focuses on Wychwood Forest and the Wychwood Project, A Walk on the Wild Side. The photo shows Harvest Festival in the Methodist Church in 1960.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sun 23 Sep: Choral Evensong

6pm at St Mary's Church. All welcome.

Jo Paton · Link


Sun 23 Sep: Harvest Festival

Come along to the Harvest Festival at St Mary's Church. 9.45am. All welcome.

Jo Paton · Link


Mon 24 Sep: Charlbury Town Council – Planning Meeting

The Town Council will meet on Monday 24th September 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


Wed 26 Sep: Author Talk by Geoffrey Strachan

'Andreï Makine and the Joy of Living in the Moment' : Geoffrey Strachan talks about and reads from his translations of the French novelist's luminous stories of twentieth century Russian lives.

This is the first of what we plan to be a series of talks by local authors held in the library at 7.30pm. £5 to include a glass of wine.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 26 Sep: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 7:30pm on Wednesday 26th September.
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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sat 29 Sep-Sun 30 Sep: CHARLBURY MUSEUM Last chance to visit before Christmas

For the last time this season, the Museum will be open on Saturday from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and on Sunday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm. All welcome, townspeople, campers, tourists, children and adults alike. This year's exhibition focuses on Wychwood Forest and the Wychwood Project, A Walk on the Wild Side.

The museum now closes for the winter while our volunteers prepare to reopen in April 2019 with a new exhibition. Special visits may be arranged for a small charge, by appointment via the Curator, Celia Faulkner, tel 810656.

Janet Jeffs · Link


Sat 6 Oct: 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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sun 7 Oct: Tea Concert: Flute and Piano recital

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The first CRAG tea concert of the season!

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Philippa Davies, flute. Maggie Cole, piano

"Davies is an intrepid, inquiring and a superb flautist. We hang upon her every note: her playing is warm, fluid, various and as richly vocal as could be." (Financial Times)

Since her celebrated performance of Mozart's Concerto in D major at the BBC Proms in 1988, Philippa Davies has established an international reputation as one of the finest flautists currently performing. She gives recitals and broadcasts throughout the world and has performed concertos in the UK, Europe and North and South America

She is a member of the Nash Ensemble and London Winds and plays as regular guest principal flute with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra.

Philippa will be joined by the eminent American-born harpsichordist and pianist Maggie Cole, described in The New York Times as "A graceful, vital musician with an elegant technique and a razor-sharp feeling for phrasing and accent".

The programme will include

JS Bach - Sonata in B minor BWV 1030

Debussy - 'Syrinx' for solo flute

Ravel - 'Les Oiseaux Tristes' for solo piano

Fauré - 'Morceau de Concours'

Poulenc - Sonata for flute and piano

Philippa and Maggie's recording of the Bach Flute Sonatas was released by Avie records in 2006. You can listen to them playing it here: youtu.be/QnNJPNXNm24

The concert is in the Memorial Hall at 3pm, followed by free tea and cake.

Tickets £12 from Cotswold Frames or Larcum's nearer the date, or reserve by emailing charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

SEASON TICKETS to all five concerts of the 2018/19 winter season will be available on the door or in advance, price £50. Advance enquiries to charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

All proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link



Sat 13 Oct: Charlbury Garden Society

Coffee Morning & Plant Sale
Saturday 13 October 2018 Corner House 9.30 am

Susan Dunstall · Link


Sun 14 Oct: "Back To Burgundy" - ChOC Film of the Month, talk and wine tasting

Please note earlier start time for talk and wine tasting

Cert. 15 / 1hr 50mins.

After a decade abroad, Jean learns of his father's failing health and returns to run the family vineyard with his strong-willed sister, Juliette, and his responsible younger brother, Jeremie. As four seasons and two harvests go by in picturesque Burgundy, the siblings have to reinvent their relationship and learn to trust each other in this tender and finely-textured saga. (In French, shown with subtitles).

The film will be preceded by a complimentary wine* tasting and talk George Byrne of Haynes, Hanson & Clark.

  • After the film, George will be happy to take orders for any wines that may appeal to you.

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7pm
Doors open from 6.15pm.

Admission: £5

Jackie Hague · Link


Thu 18 Oct: Harvest Supper & AGM

Charlbury Garden Society

Thursday 18 October Harvest Supper & AGM, Memorial Hall, 7.30 pm

The AGM will be followed by the harvest supper, which is an excellent social event with food, wine, beer, soft drinks, music, and a quiz

Susan Dunstall · Link


Fri 19 Oct-Sun 21 Oct: Exhibition CAS 30: Charlbury Art Society celebrates 30 years

A stunning exhibition showcasing the talents and skills of CAS members. In the Cornbury Room, Bell Hotel, Charlbury.
Vernissage 19 October in the evening
Exhibition open Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Mon 22 Oct: Charlbury Town Council – Planning Meeting

The Town Council will meet on Monday 22nd October 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


Wed 24 Oct: Quiz at the Community Centre

Our October monthly quiz will be held on 24th at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
The host this time will be Andrew Chapman. There will be hot and cold, alcoholic and soft drinks for sale as well as crisps, cakes etc.
Tickets, £5 per person, are available from the Community Centre reception desk. Please don't leave it until the last minute to buy them, or you might be disappointed. Tables are for a maximum of 6, but you do not need a whole table of people to come - we will put you with others where necessary to make up the numbers.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 24 Oct: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 7:30pm on Wednesday 24th October.
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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sun 4 Nov: Tea Concert: Fretwork Consort of Viols

This well-known early music ensemble, the consort of viols Fretwork, was founded in 1986, since when they have performed all over the world and recorded over 40 albums. They will present a varied programme of old and new music.

Fretwork's founder member Richard Boothby will be appearing for the third time at the CRAG tea concerts.

'Fretwork is the finest viol consort on the planet.' Stephen Pettitt, The London Evening Standard

To listen to some of their music, go to www.fretwork.co.uk/listen/

In the Memorial Hall at 3pm, followed by free tea and cake.

Tickets £12 from Cotswold Frames or Larcum's nearer the date, or reserve by emailing charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

All proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link


Sun 4 Nov: "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - ChOC Film of the Month

Cert. 15 / 1hr 55mins.

Furious at a lack of progress in the police investigation into the murder of her teenage daughter seven months earlier, single mother Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) rents three disused billboards outside her small Missouri hometown and uses them to display a highly provocative message. This upsets many of the townspeople, especially as the man singled out for heel-dragging, Chief of Police William Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), is known to be dying from pancreatic cancer. Willoughby's second-in-command, violent and bigoted mummy's boy Jason Dixon (Sam Rockwell), takes the accusation on the billboards almost as a personal insult, and his determination to clear his superior's name puts him on a collision course with an increasingly reckless Hayes.

Written and directed by Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a controversial, unflinching and deeply touching film. But it also operates as a blistering satire of small-town America and contains some genuinely hilarious dialogue. The movie is beautifully photographed and lovingly made and features a superb performance from Harrelson and career-defining ones from Oscar winners McDormand and Rockwell.
A complete departure from recent ChOC offerings, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a devastating portrait of a woman's grief and of the consequences when that grief mutates unstoppably into anger and retribution.

Please note: this film contains very strong language throughout.

Memorial Hall, Charlbury at 7pm
Doors and licensed bar from 6.15pm
Admission: £5

Jackie Hague · Link


Sat 10 Nov: Charlbury Variety Show

Back due to popular demand and again in aid of the Charlbury Community Centre. We already have some new acts, but would be interested to hear from anyone who would like to perform anything from songs, music, dance, comedy, magic etc. It's great to have a real variety.
It will be held in the Memorial Hall from 7.30pm on Sat 10th November. More details to follow.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 14 Nov: Charlbury Art Society: AGM and Chinese Artist Chen Zizhuang

Vivian Leng in conversation with Philippa Phelan on the chinese Artist Chen Zizhuang
7:30 Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Mon 26 Nov: Charlbury Town Council – Planning Meeting

The Town Council will meet on Monday 26th November 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


Wed 28 Nov: Quiz at the Community Centre

Our November monthly quiz will be held on 28th at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
The host this time will be Derek Collett. There will be hot and cold, alcoholic and soft drinks for sale as well as crisps, cakes etc.
Tickets, £5 per person, are available from the Community Centre reception desk. Please don't leave it until the last minute to buy them, or you might be disappointed. Tables are for a maximum of 6, but you do not need a whole table of people to come - we will put you with others where necessary to make up the numbers.

Tanya Stevenson · Link


Wed 28 Nov: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 7:30pm on Wednesday 28th November.
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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sat 1 Dec: Baroque Classics - vOx Chamber Choir

vOx return to Charlbury with a programme of baroque classics, including Vivaldi's Gloria, Handel's Zadok the Priest and Bach motets Komm, Jesu, Komm and Lobet den Herrn. There will be some not-so-well-known gems by contemporaries of Bach. Check out www.vox-choir-oxford.co.uk/concerts for more information.

Andrew Chim · Link


Sat 1 Dec: 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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link



Wed 12 Dec: Charlbury Town Council – Precept Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 8pm on Wednesday 12th December. NOTE: This is NOT a full council meeting.

The sole purpose of this meeting is to consider the council's budget for 2019/20 and to recommend a precept for that year. Any recommendation will be considered for approval by resolution at the full council meeting on 19th December.

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

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sun 16 Dec: The Family Matinee at Christmas - ChOC

Details to follow.

Jackie Hague · Link


Mon 17 Dec: Charlbury Town Council – Planning Meeting

The Town Council will meet on Monday 17th December 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


Wed 19 Dec: Charlbury Town Council – Full Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet in the Corner House (Morris Room) at 7:30pm on Wednesday 19th December.
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 www.charlbury.info/community/31

Peter Kenrick · Link


Sun 6 Jan: Tea Concert: An afternoon with Brian Boothby

An exceptional creator and performer of words and music.

Discover more at www.brianboothby.co.uk

Programme information to follow.

In the Memorial Hall at 3pm, followed by free tea and cake.
Tickets £12 from Cotswold Frames or Larcum's nearer the date, or reserve by emailing charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

All proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link


Wed 9 Jan: Charlbury Art Society: Jill Colchester

Sketching the Figure - experimental drawing
7:30 at the Memorial Hall Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Wed 13 Feb: Charlbury Art Society: Dr Emily Crane

Wworkshops Round the World
7:30 at the Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Sun 17 Feb: Tea Concert: Bach, Goldberg Variations

Alastair Ross (harpsichord)

In the Memorial Hall at 3pm, followed by free tea and cake.

Tickets £12 from Cotswold Frames or Larcum's nearer the date, or reserve by emailing charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

All proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link


Wed 13 Mar: Charlbury Art Society: Martin Andrews

Allen W. Seaby, colour woodcut printing
7:30 at the Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Sun 24 Mar: Tea Concert: Flute and Harpsichord Recital

Rachel Beckett (flute and recorder) and Alastair Ross (harpsichord)

Programme information to follow.

In the Memorial Hall at 3pm, followed by free tea and cake.

Tickets £12 from Cotswold Frames or Larcum's nearer the date, or reserve by emailing charlburyrefugee@gmail.com

All proceeds to Charlbury Refugee Action Group

Jon Carpenter · Link


Fri 5 Apr-Sat 6 Apr: Charlbury Art Society: Spring Show

Spring Exhibition shared with the Garden Society
at the Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Wed 10 Apr: Charlbury Art Society: Mary Acton

How to look at Sculpture
7:30 at the Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Wed 8 May: Charlbury Art Society: George Speake

Saxon Art and Archaeology
7:30 at Memorial Hall, Charlbury

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


Sat 8 Jun-Sun 16 Jun: Charlbury Art Society: CHARLBURY FESTIVAL

Exciting events throughout the week - Music, Poetry, Steamroller, Literature, Theatre, Sculpture, Film

Kati Eidenbenz · Link


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