From Community Groups to Fun Fairs – Dates for your Diary!

Sherston Market- Local crafts and produce which vary each month, cake stalls including Aunt Addie’s Farm Project fresh local vegetables and cheeses from Brinkworth Dairy. Vegetarian curry with naan bread, bacon butties and Welsh organic beef burgers. Every month a free stall in the lobby is made available to local charity or voluntary group to raise funds. see www.sherstonmarket.weebly.com for dates and a contract form should any prospective stallholder wish to get in touch or call 07887 814843 June – stall fund raising for HEALS Mamlmesbury. See www.healsmalmesbury.com for details of this Local Charity. 10am – 2pm Sat 13 June,  Sat 4 Jul, Sat 8 Aug Village Hall. For further details call 07887 814843 or 07769613627 or email info@awkwardsquad.co.uk or visit www.sherstonmarket.co.uk or https://www.facebook.com/pages/sherston-market/19531940064132

Art Exhibition At The Angel- Paintings by Sherston artist Gill Ashley and mosaics by Lou Fitch-Peyton local art on display and some for sale more details for Gill at http://www.tetburyartsociety.org.uk/Gallery_ashley.html and for Lou http://louropnermosaics.com/ The Angel for further details call 840039 or tara@sherstonangel.co.uk or visit www.sherston-angel.co.uk

Luckington Open Gardens- Gardens (large and small) include: – Luckington Court – Which was used for filming of BBC Pride and Prejudice. It was Longbourn – the Bennet residence – Bridges Court – Which was used to be owned by Sir Stewart Menzies who was head of the secret service during the WW2. He is buried in Luckington Churchyard and was reputedly the inspiration for Ian Fleming’s “M”. For the first time there will be a classic car display. Tickets £6 available form Luckington Church, Where teas and served included in the admission. Sun 14 Jun 2pm – 5.30

Easton Grey Whatley Manor – Thursday evening cinema £23 includes a choice of either a glass of wine, a bottled beer or soft drink. A small tub of delicious ice cream ( choice of flavour) and of course popcorn. 18 Jun The Imitation Game. Sunday cinema £8.50 includes your cinema ticket for the screening and popcorn. In addition, on the day, choose one, two or three courses from the a la carte lunch menu in Le Mazor’ brasserie The course must 28 Jun The Imitation Game Films coming soon; Mr Turner – July. for further details call 834026 or visit www.whatleyamanor.com

Malmesbury Film Society- Showing world and classic films every 3rd Sun of the month at 7:30pm. Tickets £5, no booking required. What We Did On Our Holiday 7:30pm Sun 21 Jun. T.Mary’s Hall, Malmesbury. for further details www.malmesburyfilmsociety.org.uk

Malmesbury & District Univerity of the Third Age- U3A is a unique organisation which provides educational, creative and leisure opportunities for retired and semi-retired people to come and learn together, drawing upon the knowledge, experience and skills of their own members to organise and provide interesting talks- now with 350 members. What Happened at Chernobyl – Robert MacLachlan Thurs 25 Jun Meetings 4th Thurs 10 – 11.45am 50p. An introduction to Global Warming in Science and Society – Richard Erskine thurs 23 Jul. No meeting Aug. Lawn Bowls Interest Group Every Mon 2-4pm at Malmesbury Bowls Club. Assembly Rooms at the Town Hall. For further details call Membership Secretary Julia Batty on 01249 720327 or visit www.malmesburyu3a.org.uk

Concert in The Abbey- The village Singers Community Choir from Sutton Benger will be preforming VIVA VIVALDI, a concert of choral classic music including opera choruses and Vivaldi’s Galoria. on Sat 27 Jun in Malmesbury Abbey. The audience is invited to bring a picnic tea to eat in the abbey before and during the two intervals of the concert. Doors open at 6pm, concert at 7:15pm. Chairs will be provided but please bring along a small table, table liners, cutlery and of course your favourite food and drink. Tickets for the Concert are £12.50 from Malmesbury Abbey Book Shop, Sutton bender Post Office or www.ticketsource.co.uk

Grittleton Moviola- The Touring Rural Cinema Scheme. KINGSMEN:The secret service [15] Wed 24 Jun Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm start £6 form lesley or on the door Grittleton Village Hall. for further details call lesley 01249 782157 or email l_palmer@btinternet.com or visit www.moviola.org

Shipton Moyne Open Gardens- open Gardens, Flower festival and Art displays Sun 7 Jun 2pm-6pm. Gardens big and small, a Flower Festival in the Church and Art in the Barn, Bouncy castle, A children’s trail and various stalls. Teas will be served in the village hall and a barbaque can be found at “The Cat And Custard Pot”.  Entrance fee £5 per adult and monies raised is to be split between the Church and the Village Hall.

Calne Bowood- Toby Buckland’s Garden festival and Dog show Sar 5- Sun 6 Jun Bowood Charity Dog Show & Summer Fair Sun 21 Jun 10am-5pm for further details call 01249 812102 or visit www.bowood-house.co.uk

Kington Langley Scarecrow Trail- Sat 20 Sun 21 Jun 10am-5pm This year’s Theme “TV programs” Competitors to guess the names of the scarecrows – Prize £100. Children’s rides, Craft, Live music, cream teas, burgers and the Crow bar selling Pimms and local beer. For further details Call or Visit www.scarcrows.biz

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