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05/09/2017 to 06/01/2018 EARLIEST EUROPEANS - HOW DID OUR ANCESTORS SURVIVE?
 READING MUSEUM

This display curated by Dr Rob Hosfield of the University of Reading’s Archaeology Department and Dr James Cole of the University of Brighton’s School of Environment & Technology will introduce our earliest ancestors and show how they survived in ‘Ice Age’ Europe. It will include casts of skulls, tools, and video footage reconstructing how those tools might have been used. Linked to a wider project on the earliest humans and the climatic challenges they faced, run by Dr Hosfield and Dr Cole and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Look out for the related talk and flintknapping activity!
Reading Museum, The Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 0118 937 3400   mail@readingmuseum.org.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure :
12/10/2017 to 15/10/2017 READING'S OKTOBERFEST AT STATION HILL

This year Reading celebrates 70 years of being twinned with Düsseldorf and what better way to celebrate than with the legendary Oktoberfest festival! From the people behind The Après Ski Bar and The Village comes a weekend of Bavarian fun! Step into our huge marquee bier hall situated directly outside Reading train station and get fully immersed in Oktoberfest culture. With live music, sing-a-longs, traditional food and Steins and Steins of authentic Bier! Friday evening 6pm - 11pm… Saturday afternoon 12noon - 5pm… Saturday evening 6pm - 11pm… Sunday 15th October - 12noon - 6pm (Family Day - Kids Welcome). NOTE: Apart from Sunday, Oktoberfest Reading is STRICTLY 18+ and all attendees must have valid photo ID.
Station Hill, Reading RG1 1LZ
MORE INFO:   info@wepop.co.uk   Event Web Site
14/10/2017 to 15/10/2017 CARTERS' VINTAGE STEAM FUNFAIR

Carters Steam Fair is believed to be the largest travelling vintage funfair in the world and returns to Prospect Park. FREE ENTRY to our fairground, FREE FIREWORKS Saturday 9pm. Rides and attractions for all ages: from small-children rides to exciting thrill rides. Traditional side-stall games like Hook-a-Duck, Coconut Sheet andmany more. Classic fairground food. Unique opportunity to experience vintage rides dating back from 1890s to the 1960s. For a great atmosphere, unique opportunity and an unforgettable day-out look no further! FREE ENTRY. Open Saturday 12noon-10pm; Sunday 12noon-8pm. Fireworks Saturday 9pm.
Holyport Green, Holyport SL6 2JL
MORE INFO: 01628 822221   info@cartersentertainment.com   Event Web Site
Leisure : Music
14/10/2017 OXJAM READING TAKEOVER

We’re back for our 6th year! OXJAM Reading is the biggest Music Festival in Reading after Reading Festival! Our mission is simple - to get Reading rocking whilst raising as much money as possible for Oxfam! To date we have raised over £50,000 for Oxfam. ​ OXJAM Reading Takeover 2017 will return on Saturday 14th October, taking over 8 Reading venues with over 70 great bands playing from noon till late. There’s absolutely no excuse to not be involved in the fun so put Saturday 14th October in your diary! Venues Include: Oakford Social Club, Public, The Butler, The Sun Inn, The Purple Turtle, Pavlov's Dog, Milk, Readipop and The Oxjam Bus in Broad Street outside Sainsbury's from 11am - 6pm. All venues except for Readipop are 18+ and will require ID for entry.
Various venues around Reading
MORE INFO: Rachael Craven   oxjamreadingtakeover@gmail.com   Event Web Site
Leisure : Nights Out
14/10/2017 A MELODY FOR MURDER

Following the sell-out success of A Gamble With Death, the team are back this Autumn with A Melody For Murder. Get ready for a brand new murder mystery treasure hunt that sends teams of intrepid detectives into a web of blackmail, lies and deceit as they try to discover #WhoKilledStellaChord. Using their smartphones, players must race around the streets of Reading to find hidden evidence, crack cryptic clues and converse with suspicious characters to catch the culprit – before the time runs out. The game centres around the murder of multi-millionaire singer and long-time diva, Stella Chord, who was rehearsing The Bel Canto Melody for her 100th concert at The Hexagon in Reading. But a lighting rig came crashing down - and she never reached the final bars. Police suspect the dramatic finish to the piece wasn't quite what she had in mind.
Queens Walk Plaza, Reading
MORE INFO: Richard Alexander   help@amelodyformurder.com   Event Web Site
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14/10/2017 to 15/10/2017 FLOWER FESTIVAL AT PANGBOURNE COLLEGE - A CENTURY OF CHANGE

This year Pangbourne College celebrates its 100th Birthday and the creation of its school chapel: The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, which was opened by HM The Queen in 2000. The Chapel is a ‘living’ National memorial: not only is it a memorial to those who gave their lives in 1982 for the liberation of the Falkland Islands, but also a chapel and concert hall. Using College and Chapel artefacts and photographs, this Festival reveals how much the school has changed over its 100-­--year history and remembers those who paid the ultimate sacrifice 35 years ago. The Centenary Pangbourne College book by Old Pangbournian, Robin Knight, as well as ‘Just to see His Name’ by former Headmaster, Anthony Hudson, will be on sale too. COMMUNITY EVENT: Over 40 flower arrangers; twelve flower clubs from Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire; as well as Pangbourne College Art Department are participating in this unique event.
Falklands Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne College, RG8 8LA
MORE INFO: Alex Garnier 0118 984 2101   alex.garnier@pangbourne.com   Event Web Site
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14/10/2017 THAMES VALLEY ANCIENT EGYPT SOCIETY LECTURE - EGYPTOLOGY LECTURE

Egyptian Decrees, Biographies, Accounts and Formulae in the Age of the Pyramids: A Look at the people of the Old Kingdom through the written word. Dr. Nigel Strudwick will look at the people of the Old Kingdom through the written word. It was at this time that continuous texts first appeared. Kings left decrees of exemptions for temples and official created elaborate tombs with inscriptions. Some early papyri show ordinary people at work and give clues to the temple rituals.
Oakwood Centre, Headley Road, Woodley RG5 4JZ
MORE INFO: 01491 838803   Event Web Site
Sport : Bowls
15/10/2017 WHITEKNIGHTS INDOOR BOWLS CLUB OPEN DAY

Give bowling a try at Reading's leading indoor bowls club. Our Open Days are on Sunday 1st October and Sunday 15th October 2017, 10.30am to 2.00pm (just turn up at a time that suits you best). Everyone welcome, ladies and gents, complete beginners and experienced bowlers. Try your hand at bowling on the day with our qualified coaches (please bring flat-soled shoes such as trainers). Whiteknights offers superb bowling on seven quality rinks, lounge, dining room, well-stocked bar, cafe and ample parking. You'll receive a warm welcome from our Club Manager, England international bowler Andy Knapper.
Whiteknights Indoor Bowls Club, Beech Lane, Earley RG6 5PT
MORE INFO: Andy Knapper 0118 986 0759   Event Web Site
Leisure : Days Out
21/10/2017 to 29/10/2017 HALF-TERM ACTIVITIES AT THE MUSEUM OF ENGLISH RURAL LIFE
 MUSEUM OF ENGLISH RURAL LIFE

Visit the new galleries during your holidays and discover the exciting new displays and interactive games. Try out our new trails in the galleries, including the Rat Trail. Get your hands on real museum objects with our Object Handling volunteers (Weds, Sat & Sun 1-3pm). Discover the Shepherd’s Hut in the garden, full of beautiful knitted decorations and animals to play with, all created by the Mewes Knitters. Play with our new games and toys, including a fabulous model farm in the welcome area. Book to take part in our 3-day Art & Heritage Arts Award workshop, run by jelly.
6 Redlands Rd, Reading RG1 5EX
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 0118 378 8660   merlevents@reading.ac.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure : Music
21/10/2017 TRINITY CONCERT BAND - A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS

Enjoy a truly spectacular evening of your favourite music from stage and screen... all with a link to the Oscars! Star Wars, West Side Story, Saving Private Ryan, Beauty and the Beast, Chariots of Fire, The Lion King... and the list goes on! It’s going to be a really special concert, bringing all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood right here to your local town (we’ll even be dressed for the occasion)! Don’t miss it!
The Great Hall, Reading University - London Road Campus
MORE INFO: Billy Roberts 0845 2263047   billy’s.iphone@yahoo.co.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure : Theatre
21/10/2017 CHOLSEY SILVER BAND BENEFIT CONCERT
 WALLINGFORD CORN EXCHANGE

Cholsey Silver Band present a concert at St. Mary-Le-More Church in aid of the Corn Exchange Wallingford refurbishment. Conducted by Peter Church, the band will play a varied programme including Oh Listen To The Band, Alfie, Is This The Way To Amarillo, All That Joy, Come Fly With Me, Benedictus, Slaidburn, Mack The Knife and many more.
Corn Exchange, Market Place, Wallingford OX10 0EG
MORE INFO: Box Office 01491 651127   Info@cornexchange.org.uk   Event Web Site
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21/10/2017 to 29/10/2017 MORTIMER SCARECROW TRAIL

Follow the map to find the 27 scarecrows, all based around the theme One of a Pair. Answer questions related to the scarecrows in the Just For Fun quiz, complete the trail competition and enter the prize draw for a chance to win £50 and vote for your favourite scarecrow in 3 different categories - remember to bring a pen and paper! Please park sensibly and considerately on the streets or in one of the 3 public car parks which are situated next to Dads Shop, outside St John's Church or opposite the Horse and Groom. Please DO NOT leave your car in the Budgen's car parks whilst you complete the trail. This is an open event for all to enjoy and have fun but please take care whilst on the trail, supervise children closely and please respect the properties of the scarecrow hosts and the residents of Mortimer.
Various locations, Mortimer RG7 3SY
MORE INFO: 0118 970 0001   mwevh@outlook.com   Event Web Site
Pubs : Entertainment
21/10/2017 ALL JAZZ QUARTET AT THE JOLLY ANGLERS

All Jazz Quartet performing a range of classic jazz, swing, singalong and latin, featuring Rima on sax, Helen on vocals and piano, David on bass and Kate on drums.
The Jolly Anglers, 314 - 316 Kennetside, Reading RG1 3EA
MORE INFO: Helen Moore 07788 861992   helenmoore8@gmail.com   Event Web Site
Leisure : Days Out
24/10/2017 QUIRK'S ANIMAL ROADSHOW

Join Luke Quirk and his amazing animals in this informative and exciting workshop. Luke will introduce the animals, sharing facts and handling tips, before giving everyone the chance to have a closer look and hold the animals themselves. Due to popular demand - this second session has been added. Places are limited so advance booking is essential.
Tadley Library, Mulfords Hill, Tadley RG26 3JE
MORE INFO: 0118 981 4602   Event Web Site
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24/10/2017 to 26/10/2017 HALF-TERM ARTS AND HERITAGE CLUB

A fun, creative half term club that will use the exhibitions in the museum as a starting point to explore different artistic techniques and processes. All children who come for two days or more will receive a Discover Arts Award, a nationally recognised qualification, and will be presented with a certificate. If your child only attends for one day they are still eligible for the award but will have to do a little extra work at home. Every day the children will work with an artist to create different pieces of art and record their work in their sketchbooks. The sessions will help the children to explore the exhibits in the MERL and will encourage them to look at the museum in a completely different way.
Museum of Englaish Rural Life,
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 0118 378 8660   merl@reading.ac.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure : Dance
28/10/2017 BRACKNELL OVER 30s, 40s AND 50s PARTY NIGHT FOR SINGLES AND COUPLES

NEW! Top DJ playing your favourite chart and dance music from '80s to date. These parties are THE place for Over 25s 30s 40s and 50s to dance, romance, meet new people and make new friends. The Apres Nightclub is completely self-contained with its own entrance and boasts two bars, a great dance floor and a sophisticated but relaxed atmosphere where you can mix, dance and mingle. From 9.30pm till 2.30am. Monthly through 2017. Adm: £8 online or £10 on door. The parties are VERY POPULAR so it's a good idea to pre-book. Collared shirts only. No trainers, T shirts, jumpers, etc. Right of admission reserved.
Apres Nightclub at The Coppid Beech Hotel, John Nike Way, Bracknell RG12 8TF
MORE INFO: Gill or Brian 0800 3134441   info@dance-parties.co.uk   Event Web Site
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29/10/2017 BERKSHIRE WEDDING FAIR
 SOUTH HILL PARK ARTS CENTRE, BRACKNELL

Join us at South Hill Park for our Wedding Fair. Discover a range of suppliers from: cakemakers, photographers and menswear, to florists, jewellers, accessories, bridal wear, transport, entertainment and much more.
South Hill Arts, Ringmead, Bracknell RG12 7PA
MORE INFO: Wedding Fair Enquiries 07708 249440   info@berkshireweddingfairs.co.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure : Music
03/11/2017 GENESIS VISIBLE TOUCH - AT SUB89

Genesis Visible Touch are the ultimate Collins-era Genesis show. The longs, the shorts and all the hits! After a hugely successful first year of shows in 2016, GVT are returning to venues across the UK throughout 2017 and 2018. Performing all the hits and fan-favourites, the band are following up on the incredible response first time round, and making good on the promise to return!
Sub89, Friar Street, Reading RG1 1EP
MORE INFO: Mark Payne (Re Genesis Tickets) 0118 959 5395   mark@genesisvt.com   Event Web Site
Leisure : Nights Out
04/11/2017 WALLINGFORD FIREWORKS AND BONFIRE MUSIC SPECTACULAR

Superb firework display for all the family. Plus giant bonfire featuring a large model of the Houses of Parliament. The fireworks are brought to you by the 2015 and 2017 Firework Champions - Wallingfords very own Illusion Fireworks Ltd, award winning display designer Karl Mitchell-Shead and his team of pyrotechnicians have designed a spectacular PYROMUSICAL firework display. The fireworks are choreographed to the music and fired using their state-of-the-art digital firing system with split second accuracy. Using fireworks from around the world, Wallingford Fireworks is a display like no other. WALLINGFORD 1155 spent a great deal of time preparing and professionally editing the 2017 soundtrack with the theme 'London Calling' a mixture of genre's to cater for all tastes!
Kinecroft and Town Centre, Wallingford OX10 0DT
MORE INFO:   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 WOODLEY AND EARLEY LIONS CHARITY FIREWORKS DISPLAY

A spectacular, high impact firework display of approximately 20 minutes duration choreographed to well known music. Family orientated so no personal fireworks or alcohol permitted. Food and novelties available for purchase. No on-site parking available and local access roads are closed for the event, please use Asda store car park. All proceeds to local charities and good causes. Display starts 7pm.
Laurel Park, Lower Earley RG6 3DZ
MORE INFO:   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 LODDON VALLEY LIONS FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA

The Fireworks used in these displays will be under the control of fully trained and licensed professional technicians. Free Car Parking will be available, although we encourage as many people as possible to walk particularly if you live locally, thus minimising congestion. All Cars must be removed from the Car Park by 10pm PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY FIREWORKS OF YOUR OWN. Other attractions: Separate Childrens Display 6:30pm, followed by Parade of the Guys to the bonfire. Main Display 7:30pm accompanied by music and special effect lighting. Large bonfire, Funfair, Food Village.
Calleva FC Ground, Barlows Park, Silchester Road, Tadley RG26 3PX
MORE INFO:   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 WOKINGHAM CHARITY FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR

The fun starts at 6:00pm when a torchlight procession leaves from the Borough Council Offices at Shute End. The procession will be led by St Sebastian’s band and various local dignitaries. If you have never attended the procession we strongly recommend it. The sight of several thousand people with 500 flaming torches walking down Broad Street is truly memorable! At the same time the funfair opens on Cantley Field for those who choose not to join the procession, This year the funfair promises to be even bigger than ever with many rides for young children, as well as scary rides for the older ones! The fireworks start at 7:30pm and the display will be bigger and better than ever and sure to wow the audience just like previous years. There will also be our usual enormous bonfire of course!
Wokingham Town Centre / Cantley Fields RG40 5QG
MORE INFO: 07976 220114   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 READING LIONS CLUB FIREWORKS DISPLAY

Multicoloured pyrotechnics light up the sky as the Lions Club Reading holds a fireworks display at the Prudential Ibis Club. Attendees can enter the site from 5pm ahead of the 7pm display, and may opt to hop aboard a ride at the fairground. Catering stalls ply seasonal food and warming beverages, while the site also features a licensed bar.
Rivers Ibis Club, Scours Lane, Reading RG30 6AY
MORE INFO: Fireworks Enquiries 0845 8337 431   marketingandpublicity@readinglions.org.uk   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 NEWBURY LIONS CHARITY FIREWORKS AND FUNFAIR SPECTACULAR

Join Roary the Lion and his friends from the Lions Club of Newbury for Newbury’s biggest, brightest and loudest CHARITY FIREWORKS and FUNFAIR SPECTACULAR 5:30pm - fireworks at 7.30. He will be joined by a whole host of friends, a funfair, great food and entertainment. Book early to receive the discount!
The Racecourse, Newbury RG14 7NZ
MORE INFO: Fireworks Enquiries 0845 833 4754   fireworks@newburylions.org.uk   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 MORTIMER CHARITY BONFIRE NIGHT AND FIREWORKS

Annual charity bonfire and fireworks night, all proceeds raised go to Mortimer St John's Infant school. Sat 4th November 2017, in the field behind the Horse and Groom, The Street, Mortimer RG7 3RD Gates open 5pm. School Choir performing at 5.30pm, Bonfire lit 6pm and Fireworks at 6.45pm Licensed bar, hot & cold drinks, hog roast, BBQ, pizza, chips, jacket potatoes, churros, donuts and much, much more! Novelties & tuck shop for children. Fireworks at 6.45pm.
Behind the Horse and Groom, The Street, Mortimer RG7 3RD
MORE INFO:   Event Web Site
04/11/2017 PANGBOURNE FIREWORKS FIESTA

Friends of Pangbourne Primary School Annual Fireworks Fiesta – a fantastic evening of entertainment! Thrilling 20 minute Firework Display… Huge Bonfire… Barbecue… Bar with beer from West Berkshire Brewery… Hot Drinks and Cakes… Chocolate Tombola… Glow Toys… Music from the Pangbourne Silver Band. Gates open at 5.30pm when the bonfire, food, drink and entertainment will be available. Fireworks start at approximately 7pm.
Pangbourne Primary School, Kennedy Drive, Pangbourne RG8 7LB
MORE INFO:   Event Web Site
05/11/2017 DORCHESTER VILLAGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY

It’s back with a bang…! Food and drink served from 5.30pm - Locally sourced burgers and hot dogs, Winter Pimms and tray bakes and much more. Bring the family for tea and enjoy a selection of stalls Lighting of the bonfire at 6pm. Entrance by voluntary donation with all profits going to FOOTSTEPS charity.
Recreation Ground, Drayton Road, Dorchester on Thames OX10 7PJ
MORE INFO: Display Enquiries 01865 340362   Event Web Site
Leisure : Days Out
10/11/2017 to 12/11/2017 MAPLEDURHAM FESTIVE GIFT FAIR
 MAPLEDURHAM HOUSE AND WATERMILL

Loads to see and try to get you into the mood for Christmas. Splendid gifts for the family and home, original and wonderful crafts, fine food direct from the producers, Father Christmas, morning coffee, lunches and afternoon teas - all there to tempt you! Prices on the day are £5 for adults. Upgrade to see the house and watermill as well for £9.50 (saving £4.50). Please note the house is open from 2pm. Children under 16 are free.
Mapledurham House, Mapledurham RG4 7TS
MORE INFO: Battenburg Events 01487 814800   Event Web Site
Leisure : Theatre
10/11/2017 to 11/11/2017 MAIDENHEAD OPERATIC SOCIETY - GUYS AND DOLLS

The glitz and glamour of 1950’s New York comes to Maidenhead this November, with gamblers, gangsters and gorgeous showgirls in Frank Loesser and Abe Burrows’ classic musical, Guys and Dolls. When naïve mission-band girl Sarah Brown and worldly-wise gambler Sky Masterson meet, they fall in love. But can their love overcome their very different backgrounds? Can Nathan Detroit find a venue for his crap game? And will he and fiancée Adelaide ever get married? This much loved romantic comedy features feel-good music and famous songs.
The Desborough Suite, Town Hall, St.Ives Road, Maidenhead SL6 1RF
MORE INFO: Box Office 01628 671589   mail@mos-uk.org   Event Web Site
Leisure : Exhibitions
11/11/2017 to 15/11/2017 200 FACES PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

A showcase of 200 faces each telling a story of its very own. This exhibition brings together the work of photographers who’ve all taken the face as their subject. Here we see the canvas on which all our emotions played out exposed. Suffering, happiness, contentment, frustration and anxiety. 200 FACES is a touring exhibition created and supported by The Photographic Angle. Please note that visitors to this exhibition may also wish to view further images at 3 Forbury Place, 23 Forbury Road, (RG1 3JH), which is a short walk away. Directions will be available at the exhibition venue. Please check website prior to attendance for latest information as dates may be subject to change. Disabled visitors are advised to check with us before visiting an exhibition so that suitable access can be provided.
Abbey Gardens, Abbey Street, Kings Road, Reading, RG1 3BA
MORE INFO: Lou Griffiths 0800 0287338   info@thephotographicangle.co.uk   Event Web Site
Leisure : Music
11/11/2017 READING BACH CHOIR MUSIC FOR THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

The first concert with new Musical Director David Young, an exciting Russian flavour and another first. The Reading Bach Choir is delighted to be performing the complete set of Shostakovich’s Ten Poems on Texts by Revolutionary Poets. This is possibly the first time the complete set has been performed in Britain and music has been specially printed. Rarely performed, it was written in the early 1950s, before the death of Stalin. Shostakovich cherry-picked a series of early 20th century propaganda texts, setting them to music rich with folk tunes, populist verve and a dramatists’ eye for setting text. This concert is on Remembrance Day and marks 100 years since the end of the 1917 Russian Revolution. Starts 7.30pm.
St Luke’s Church, Erleigh Road, Reading RG1 5LU
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 947 8097   Event Web Site
11/11/2017 BEENHAM WIND ORCHESTRA MARITIME MUSIC CONCERT

A concert of music inspired by all things maritime. 7.30pm and lasting about two hours, including a 30 minute interval.
St Mary’s Church, Thatcham RG19 3PN
MORE INFO: Ticket Enquiries 0118 971 2575   Event Web Site
11/11/2017 REMEMBRANCE CONCERT

Wokingham Choral Society will be performing pieces by Allegri, Mozart, Brahms, Fauré, Tavener and others will be performed, concluding with Karl Jenkins’ Armed Man Choral Suite. We will remember them....
All Saints Church, Wokingham RG40 1UE
MORE INFO: Ticket Enquiries 0118 942 8238   Event Web Site
11/11/2017 WHALEBONE - MIRABILIA TOUR

An evening of eclectic acoustic music from critically acclaimed trio Whalebone. The award winning instrumental trio, whose blend of Celtic folk music interwoven with strands of rock, Americana and Eastern European tradition has earned them a following both in the U.K. and in the USA and Canada, are known for using more unusual instruments alongside traditional guitars and fiddle, with five-string violin, eight-string baritone guitar, mandolin and bouzouki all featuring in their music.
Eye and Dunsden Village Hall, Dunsden RG4 9QG
MORE INFO: Ticket Enquiries 0118 946 1987   Event Web Site
Leisure : Days Out
12/11/2017 NEWBURY FESTIVE MARKET AND BRITISH PET SHOW

This is the event with something for everybody, we have amazing shopping, celebrity chefs doing demos throughout the day, wreath making demos, you can even learn how to wrap the perfect present! But the fun doesn't stop there! You also have the chance to meet santa in his grotto with Rudolph before they have to go to the North Pole! We also have a range of animals that you can meet from Meerkats to Fox's! We hope to see you there!
Newbury Showground, Priors Court, Hermitage RG18 9NU
MORE INFO: Show Enquiries 01728 685302   michelle@classicfestivals.co.uk   Event Web Site
12/11/2017 WINDSOR CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR

The popular key arts event returns to Royal Windsor Racecourse for it's 13th year with more exhibitors than ever before giving art lovers the perfect one stop shop. With over 160 artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors and selected galleries there really is no better place to peruse and purchase that creative piece you were craving.
Royal Windsor Racecourse, Maidenhead Road, Windsor SL4 5JJ
MORE INFO: Deborah James 01753 591892   info@windsorcontemporaryartfair.co.uk   Event Web Site