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LOCAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2018
1st - Coffee Morning Lingen Village Hall. 11am till 12.30 Tea/coffee/homemade cakes. Catch up with your neighbours and friends. All most welcome.
3rd - Presteigne local food market and Community Cafe. Plus PACDG swift boxes
5th - Kinsham Parish Council Meeting at 8pm in Arkwright Village Hall, Kinsham
6th - East Radnor Ramblers Kington Walk. 3 miles from Mill street Car Park, Kington starting at 10am. Everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
6th - Craft and Chat Arkwright Village Hall Kinsham 2 till 4pm. Do come along and join us for a craft and chat afternoon. Wifi available Admission £2 to include tea or coffee.
7th - East Radnor Ramblers Kington Walk, 8 miles from Mill Strreet Car Park starting at 10am, everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
7th - Readers Group, Kinsham at 7.30pm. For further details please call Pam Williams on 01544 267762
8th - Chatterbrook WI are hosting "Daffodils in Presteigne: A history" a talk presented by Catherine Beale. This is a open meeting all welcome, £5 including refreshments. 7:30pm start but all visitors please arrive at 8pm. Further information: 01544 267245
10th - St. Andrew's Coffee Morning held at St. Andrew's Church Hall. Take this opportunity for a chat or catch-up. Everyone is warmly welcome.
10th - Gather Round and Ding for Fun with Marion Rowlatt at Presteigne Baptist church 10.30am till noon.
14th - Walks with East Radnor Ramblers 7.4 miles from 8 Offa's Green, Norton. 10am, everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
14th - Presteigne and Borders Floral Art Society, Members Volunteer Night "I'll do it my way" Visitos welcome £5, futher information: 01547 529244
15th - Coffee Morning in Lingen Village Hall 11.00am - 12.00pm.
15th - Byton Church Fundraiser. An afternoon of Bridge followed by Afternoon - Tea . starts at 2pm contact Margaret 01544 267430
15th - Presteigne Assembly Rooms present Full Circle Dance Night, 7.30pm. A party featuring Little Rumba in dance mode and Dave Luke's Poobahs. The chequered dance floor will be in action as well as the Full Circle bar. Tickets £12 from Courtyard Antiques and tel: 01544 267163
16th - 7.30pm Lingen Village Hall LINGEN FLIX 'THE PARTY' (15) STARS Kristin Scott Thomas, Timothy Spall, Cillian Murphy & Emily Mortimer
Janet hosts a party to celebrate her new promotion, but once the guests arrive it becomes clear that not everything is going to go down as smoothly as the red wine.
A£5/C£3.50 Refreshments available T: 01544 267736 E:firstname.lastname@example.org W: lingen.org.uk
17th - East Radnor Ramblers 10 miles from Cusop Church. 10am, everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
17th - Presteigne and Norton Community Support and Presteigne ST Andrews Football Club are holding a "Race Night" at the Clubhouse, Llanandras Park from 6pm Free entry, first race will be at 6.30pm.
18th - Presteigne Assembly Rooms 8pm present The End of The Affair with Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore, directed and adapted by Neil Jordon. Graham Green published The End of The Affair in 1951. The story has its origin in a long-standing affair he'd had with a married woman. Neil Jordon's adaptation tells the story from several points of view, using extracts from his production diary, the film editor Tony Lawson will introduce the film and explain the difficulties in assembling its complex structure. Tickets £8 from The Workhouse and online http://www.wegottickets.com/event/425589http://www.wegottickets.com/event/425589
20th - Meets in the Oak Room, Radnorshire Arms 7.30pm. Contact Dominic Clark, 01544 260255.
20th - Craft and Chat 2pm - 4pm, come along and join us for a crafting get together. Admissin £2 to include tea/cofee at the Arkwright Village Hall Kinsham.
21th - East Radnor Ramblers, 7.3 miles from lay by opposite Fforest Inn 10am, everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
23th - 7.30 “Here I Belong” Pentabus theatre production! Lingen Village Hall E It’s Elsie’s 60th birthday and you’re invited along to help her celebrate in the village she’s called home all of her life. Plus they’ll be birthday cake! A funny, moving and sometimes poignant journey through sixty years of village life! Bar/light refreshments available. Adults £10 TicketsT: 01544 267736, E: email@example.com W: lingen.org.uk
24th - 8th (April) The Judge's Lodging, Broad St., Presteigne. Easter Holiday Fun - Who's stolen Bertie Bunny's carrots? Help Bertie find his lost treats by following clues through the Judge's Rooms to get a choccy prize. Great fun for all the family this Easter. http://www.judgeslodging.org.uk
28th - East Radnor Ramblers, 7 Miles from Union Str. CP, Biahops astle 10am, everyone welcome. Further information at powysramblers.org.uk or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
28th - Presteigne Assembly Rooms present Wind in The Willows by Box Tale Soup, 7.30pm. A beautiful new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's much loved classic, featuring unique hand-made fabric puppets and a charming original score, commissioned by The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham. Adults £10, children £7, family ticket £25 from The Workhouse and online http://www.wegottickets.com/event/425590http://www.wegottickets.com/event/425590
7th - Presteigne Food & Flower Festival. Bank Holiday Monday 7 May, 10am to 5pm. Free entry and free car parking. Presteigne will become a centre for culinary and horticultural celebration this May Bank Holiday. An unmissable event featuring producer market, street food, workshops, fun competitions, talks, open gardens, children's activities, brocante, art exhibition and plenty to eat and drink of course! More information soon.