Get back into the swing of things and be entertained over the coming weeks
See what’s on across the Advertiser and Review region
Tuesday, January 11
ADSTOCK: Meeting of the Adstock and Padbury Garden Club, in the village hall, from 8pm, John Branham on growing and showing vegetables, details Lynda Wood 01296 730518.
Wednesday, January 12
BUCKINGHAM: Meeting for any teenagers interested in making up a youth council, at the Buckingham School, details from the town council on 01280 816426.
TINGEWICK: Performance by Kevin Montgomery and the Roadtrippers, January 14, 8pm, in Tingewick Village Hall, tickets £15 in advance from The Duke’s Music in Buckingham, the Royal Oak, in Tingewick or on www.empty-rooms.com, £17 on the door.
GREATWORTH: Cheese and wine evening on January 15, at 2 Hickman Close, tickets £6 including first drink, available from Sharon Froom on 01295 711771 or Kate Gibbs on 07590 551416.
TOWCESTER: Make a scrapbook page and get started with this lovely way to present your memories at Towcester Library ,January 15, 2pm to 4pm, £10 per person, places limited, bring two photos of the same event/person/pet, details Emily Truslove on 01327 703130 or Towcester Library on 01327 350794.
GAWCOTT: Messy Church, at the Holy Trinity Church, January 20, 4pm to 5.30pm, games stories and songs, juice and biscuits provided, bring an old shirt or apron, details Rev Ros Roberts on 01280 813162.
MIDDLETON CHENEY: Myers-Briggs day, at the Methodist Church, on Queen Street, January 22, 10am to 4pm, a workshop on the Myers-Briggs personality test, £10, drinks provided, bring food to share for lunch, for details or to book, contact Jane Bullock on 01295 711531.
BICESTER: Burns Night Supper, at Wyevale Garden Centre’s Four Seasons Restaurant, January 25, from 6pm to 8pm, tickets £15.95, available on 01869 242248.
WINSLOW: Meeting of the Winslow and District Art Society, January 27, at the Winslow Centre, details from Alicia Vaux on 01280 813733.
TOWCESTER: Family history and heritage scrapbooking sessions, Towcester Library, January 29, February 12 and February 26, basics of family history research, each session 2pm to 4pm, £10 per session per person with a discount if you book in for all three sessions up front, bookings and details Emily Truslove on 01327 703130 or Towcester Library on 01327 350794.
EASTON NESTON: St Mary’s Church quiz night, February 4, 7pm, to raise money for the church, teams of up to six people, ploughman’s supper and pudding, bring your own drinks and glasses, tickets £5 available from Helen Garton 01327 359382 or the benefice office 01327 350459, no toilets,
TOWCESTER: Barn dance in the town hall, February 5, supper, live band and dance caller, 7pm to 10.30pm, tickets £15 family, £5 single, available from Chantry House.
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Thursday 23 May 2013
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