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LOCAL CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2019
Until 29th. The Rodd: Its Architecture, People & Landscape. Open Wed - Fri 11:00 - 16:30 and Sat, Sun & Bank Holidays 12:00 - 16:30. Entrance £5, Conc £2.50, Under 16s. Entrance fee covers all exhibitions and activities on site. An exhibition in the former Grade II* listed home of international artist Sir Sidney and Lady Nolan. Visitors, will for the first time be allowed access to the ground floor of the 16th century manor house, Rodd Court.The exhibition gathers together information that has been found in the Trust’s archives with artworks and objects generously loaned to the Trust by those connected with the house giving some background to the history of the house and stories of who and how they lived at The Rodd. Contact details www.sidneynolantrust.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3rd - Presteigne Memorial Hall Committee AGM 11am, all welcome
3rd - Craft and Chat Afternoon at Arkwright Village Hall, Kinsham, 2-4pm Come along and join us for a crafting get-together. Bring something you would like to make or finish something you have had in the drawer for years or just pop in for a cup of tea and company. Wifi available. Admission £2 to include tea/coffee and biscuit
3rd - Lingen Gardening Club, 7.30pm. Autumn/winter programme tba. Annual subs £10 per annum with an admission charge of £1 for members to each talk (non members £4). Garden visit entry charged at full cost. Telephone 01544 267463
3rd - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 4 miles from Water Break its Neck CP. Walk starts at 10am. Everyone welcome! Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Further information at www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
4th - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 9 miles from Lingen Village Hall. Walk starts at 10am. Further information from www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor
4th - Readers Group, Arkwright Village Hall, Kinsham. Please call Pam Williams on 01544 267762
5th- Line Dancing For Beginners, 5th,12th, 19th, 26th, 2-4pm Arkwright Village Hall, Kinsham. Wear comfy shoes and bring a bottle of water. For further information ring Carrie on 01544 267759
5th - Coffee Morning at Lingen Village Hall, 11am till 12.30pm. Also on 19th. Coffee and delicious homemade cakes to enjoy. Have a natter and catch up with your neighbours and friends. All very welcome.
4th - Sharppp Chat Discussion Group, 7.30pm Assembly Rooms, Presteigne. 'Presteigne Home of the Free' How Free Are We? With Maggie-Taylor-Sanders. More information from email@example.com
6th - Norton Community Trust - Open Morning on Friday 6th September, from 10am till 12.30pm at St Andrew's Norton - come and have a look at the draft plans for adapting St Andrew's Church Norton into a community facility, share a coffee and ask questions, and tell us what you think. For more info contact John 01544 267048.
6th - The Big Barnanza! A celebratory event to open the new Community Barn on Went's Meadow. Come and see it in its final glory and celebrate with all the community who have given their time and money to make it happen. Great live music from Dom Pipkin and The Ikos, Tommi C plus ShedHeads. Bar and delicious food will be available. Doors open from 7.15pm and the event runs from 7.30pm to 11pm. Tickets: 18 and over £10, 14 to 17 yrs £5, under 14s free. Tickets available online from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/479009, or in-person from The Workhouse Gallery and The Salty Dog. Limited capacity for this event so please book early if you want to be a part of this special evening! Location: The Community Barn, Went's Meadow, Presteigne
7th - Local Food Market, 9am till 1pm, Presteigne Memorial Hall - This is the place where you can find fantastic food produced by local artisans. The Community Cafe will of course be there, serving Fairtrade teas, coffee and delicious homemade cake, produced by local volunteers. The October Market will include a plant swap, including houseplants. Also - ATTENTION PUMPKIN GROWERS: please bring your season’s bounty, whatever its size or weight. It might win a prize!
7th - To coincide with h.Art, this month’s Artist and Makers fair will be at The Old School in Whitton LD7 1NP on Saturday 7th September....with a selection of work from local artists and makers, alongside this year’s h.Art exhibition in the gallery. The Museum will also be open with tea and cakes available ... contact Rosamund on 01544 260777 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See website www.radnorshireartsandcraftsfoundation.org
7th - Open Day at Presteigne Fire Station. Defibrillator demos and training, lots of stalls, specialist appliances, lots of stalls, Police and Ambulance ....... and much, much more !
7th - Presteigne Screen gets underway this month. Our programme for Autumn 2019 can now be viewed online at www.presteignescreen.org.uk. The Autumn season starts on Saturday 7th September with 'Wild Rose'.
8th - Music Night at The Hub, New Radnor 7pm. The Clint Bradley Band - an evening of pure Western Music. Tickets £10 from 01544 350559, the Hub, or The Workhouse, Presteigne, or on the door
10th - Mindful Walk in Nature - for mental health and well being on September 10th. 11am-1pm. Meeting at the Scout Hut in Presteigne. (Knighton Rd, Presteigne LD8). £5. The pace is slow and the walk fairly easy, lasting around 45 minutes. Please wear suitable foot wear and clothing. Booking is essential as the weather may change the time and venue! For more details please contact Alithea on 07899 361 316 or email email@example.com.
11th - Quiz Night @ Bowls Club is back after the summer break. 7.30pm for 8pm start. Presteigne Bowls Social Club (opposite The Little Shop on Hereford Street). Teams of up to 4. £2.50pp. Full bar, coffee and cake! Prizes and Raffle. All proceeds from this Quiz go towards the next Presteigne Food & Flower Festival. Reserve your table by text to Terry on 07766 097600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
11th - Presteigne & Borders Floral Art Society meets at 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall for a demonstration by Katherine Kear. The title this month is Doofers. Visitors are welcome: £5. Information from Avril, 01547 529244 or Sue, 01568 589545
11th - Walks with East Radnor Ramblers, 9.5 miles from Gladestry Village Hall CP. Starting at 10am. Further detaiuls from www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
12th - Chatterbrook WI are hosting an OPEN MEETING - free of charge - at 7.30pm in Presteigne Memorial Hall. The Leominster-based dance group COURTESIE will be here, in costume, to demonstrate their historic dances. All welcome - especially newcomers to the area -or anyone who might like to join us at Chatterbrook WI. Do stay and chat afterwards over a glass of wine! Contact: 01544 267245
13th - Lingen Flix presents ‘Fisherman’s Friends’ (12A) British Drama/Comedy 7.30pm in Lingen Village Hall.
14th - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 9 miles from Black Mountains Gliding Club CP. Walk starts at 10am, everyone welcome Further details from www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
14th - “Flamenco y Tapas” at The Memorial Hall. Starts 19.00. Bar open to 22.00. Tapas by Leon and entertainment from Flamenco Loco with Kostka Garcia and dancers Amanda Frescura and Aneta Skut. Tickets £25 pp from The Salty Dog, Presteigne 01544 267720. (promoted by CONNECT - the Presteigne Area Business Network)
15th - Music Night at The Hub, New Radnor 7pm, with the phenomenal jazz guitarist Remy Harris. Tickets £10 01544 350559 or at The Hub.
18th - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 8 miles, linear walk from CP at top of Titterstone Clee. Walk starts at 10am, everyone welcome. Further details available from www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or from E and S Williams on 01544 260524
19th - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 4 miles from lay-by on A488 at Monaughty. Walk starts at 10am, everyone welcome. For further information please visit www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or telephone E and S Williams on 01544 260524
20th - "Tom Jones - Reloaded!" at the PSAFC Clubhouse, Llanandras Park. Doors open and entertainment from 7.30pm - live on stage 9pm. Tickets £10.
20th - Presteigne Screen presents "Leave No Trace" PG. 8pm The Assembly Rooms.
21st - Repair Presteigne - Skill share...make do & mend monthly session of household items, starts on Sat 21st September. Venue: Youth Centre (Old School) Hereford Street, 10.30- 12.30 free & open to all. Contact: rollybea5@ gmail.com
21st - Table Sale & Coffee Morning at the Royal British Legion 10am to 2pm. A fundraiser for RBL For info call Paul on 07949 964690
21st - St. Andrew's Coffee Morning in the Church Hall, Presteigne 10.30am to 12.30. Come and and enjoy a hot drink and cake, and friendly company. The volunteers welcome donations of cake for sale, and items for the Raffle.
25th - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 7 miles from lay-by at Rhydspence. Walk starts 10am, everyone welcome. For details please visit www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or telephone E and S Williams on 01544 260524
26th - Welsh for Beginners - classes start in the Assembly Rooms - Thursdays 6.30 till 8.30pm, £90 for the year - http://learnwelsh.cymru or 0800 876 6975.
26th - Games Night at The Hub, New Radnor 6.30pm all welcome.
27th - The World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, at The Royal British Legion Social Club, 10am till 12 noon.
28th - Walk with the East Radnor Ramblers, 10 miles from Wigmore Village Hall CP. Walk starts at 10am, everyone welcome. For further details please visit www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or telephone E and S Williams on 01544 260524
28th - Macmillan Tea Party at Lingen Village Hall 3 to 5pm Cake, coffee and a good giggle - have your cake and eat it! Every penny we raise means Macmillan can help more people with cancer live as fully as they can please join us!
28th - "Handel's Opus VI Explored" at St Andrew's Church, Presteigne. 7.30pm To apply, For info - Info@EarlyMusicintheMarches.com
28th - Evancoyd PCC invites you to a Celidh in Evenjobb Hall 7 to 9.30pm A fun evening - no previous experience required!! Refreshments. Entry £5 (<16s free). A fund-raiser for the organ
1st until 26th October an Exhibition of paintings by Matthew Wood, artist in residence, at The Judge's Lodging, Presteigne. A free exhibition of the paintings Matthew has been producing over the last year - our beautiful building captured by a fabulous artist. All paintings are for sale. And to coincide with the exhibition, Matthew is also offering 2 more 1 day courses on working with Gouache. Saturday 28th September and Saturday 12th October. For full details and to read Matthew's thoughts on his time as artist in residence, please see our website www.judgeslodging.org.uk/events/matthew-wood-artist in residence. Why not also come and have a look at our lovely new gift shop and our Pop-up Tea Room!
1st - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 4 miles from Pembridge Village Green. Everyone welcome. Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Walk starts at 10am. For further details please visit www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or telephone E and S Williams on 01544 260524
2nd - Walk with East Radnor Ramblers, 7 miles from Dorstone Village Hall. Everyone welcome. For further details please visit www.ramblers.org.uk/east-radnor or telephone E and S Williams on 01544 260524