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Leisure : Museums
18/11/2019 to 18/04/2020 ANIMAL WORLD ART JOURNEYS
 READING MUSEUM

Journey through time and around the world in a visual treat of an exhibition where great art meets great craft. See how artists have transformed the animal world into stunning stylised forms such as Peruvian weavings and Javanese batiks. Enjoy the work of artists from as far afield as ancient Egypt or nineteenth century Asia to contemporary Britain. Find images of animals including lobsters and lions, donkeys with dragons, birds beside beasties. Drawn from across the collections of Reading Museum, the Museum of English Rural Life and Reading people, this is a show for families and creative thinkers to explore.
Reading Museum, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 0118 937 3400
  mail@readingmuseum.org.uk
  Event Web Site

Leisure : Theatre
30/11/2019 to 08/02/2020 SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
 THE MILL AT SONNING

Set in Hollywood in the waning days of the silent screen era, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN centres on romantic lead Don Lockwood, his sidekick Cosmo Brown, aspiring actress Kathy Selden, and Lockwood's leading lady Lina Lamont, whose less-than-dulcet vocal tones make her an unlikely candidate for stardom in the transition from silent films to 'talkies'. A brilliant script, show-stopping choreography and a hit-parade score of Hollywood standards including Make 'em Laugh, You Are My Lucky Star, Good Mornin' and of course the one that you will all be waiting for…Singin' in the Rain - and yes, there will be real rain!!
The Mill Theatre, Sonning Eye RG4 6TY
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 969 8000
  admin@millatsonning.com
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Leisure : Days Out
26/12/2019 to 09/02/2020 ILLUMINATED WOODLAND WALK AT BASILDON PARK
 BASILDON PARK (NATIONAL TRUST)

Stroll through a canopy of thousands of fairy lights on our woodland walk to the mansion. This winter, thousands of winter lights will be illuminating the woodland. Take an afternoon walk up to the mansion and admire the colours of the trees in a new way. It's the perfect place for a photo opportunity. Booking Not Needed. Suitable for children of all ages. Dogs on leads welcome. A National Trust Event - Start 10:00. End 16:00.
Basildon Park, Lower Basildon RG8 9NR
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 01491 672920
  basildonpark@nationaltrust.org.uk
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01/01/2020 to 31/01/2020 WINTER WALKS AT GREYS COURT
 GREYS COURT (NATIONAL TRUST)

Waymarked wanders around our estate before stopping in the tea-room for a warm hearty lunch. Booking Not Needed. Suitable for children of all ages. Dogs on leads welcome. A National Trust Event - Gates open 10:00. Start 10:00. End 16:00. Free Event but Normal Admission Charges Apply.
Greys Court, Rotherfield Greys, Henley-on-Thames RG9 4PG
MORE INFO: Administrator 01491 628529
  greyscourt@nationaltrust.org.uk
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06/01/2020 to 01/03/2020 THE VYNE - 125 YEARS IN THE GARDENS

From a private residence, to a welcome retreat for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, you can learn about the conservation challenges The Vyne's team face and why we sometimes need to keep off the grass. As 2020 marks 125 years of the National Trust, explore The Vynes garden history. Cared for by the trust since 1956, you can learn about the reinstatement of historic features such as the glasshouse in the walled garden. There is also a family version of this trail. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event - Gates open 10:00. Start 10:00. End 16:30.
Vyne Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke RG24 9HL
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 01256 883858
  thevyne@nationaltrust.org.uk
  Event Web Site

Local Information :
06/01/2020 to 31/12/2020 CURIOUS ABOUT READING? QUIRKY FACT-FINDING WALKS FOR THE CURIOUS

Have fun discovering Reading with two heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Buy in booklet or instant download format. Are you looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – looping around the better-known sights, as well as some of the more unusual ones, which combined make Reading a surprising place to explore! You’ll get everything – detailed directions, maps, clues (with answers in the back!), and interesting snippets about the history and people that have shaped it. Buy in booklet or instant download format (to use on your mobile device or to print at home) and explore in your own time. One booklet is enough for four people of all ages to enjoy. Enter code Press20 at checkout for a 20% discount on spend over £12. Be Curious in 2020!
Riverside Museum, Blake's Lock, Reading RG1 3DH
MORE INFO: Sue Jennings 01159 502151
  sue.jennings@curiousabout.co.uk
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17/01/2020 to 01/02/2020 ROBIN HOOD AND BABES IN THE WOOD - THE SINODUN PLAYERS WALLINGFORD PANTOMIME
 WALLINGFORD CORN EXCHANGE

Sinodun Players proudly present their 72nd annual Pantomime: Robin Hood & Babes in the Wood by Alan P. Frayn.
Corn Exchange, Market Place, Wallingford OX10 0EG
MORE INFO: Box Office 01491 825000
  info@cornexchange.org.uk
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24/01/2020 to 01/02/2020 DOUBLE BILL - AUDIENCE AND THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND
 WOKINGHAM THEATRE

Two unrelated one-act plays come together to show the role the audience plays in live theatre, which we are delighted to be bringing to the Wokingham stage. Both comedies, both reflective on the notion of observing the observers, you’ll leave wondering why these two plays weren’t written as one. Frayn’s The Audience turns everything you know about theatre on its head, questioning who is audience and who is to be scrutinised. Comedy ensues as our playwright holds a mirror up to the audience to show their own little quirks and foibles. Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound changes the audience once more, as two theatre critics watch and commentate on a ludicrous production of a classic murder mystery. The lines between stage and audience become blurred, so we are never sure what is real and what is production. You’ll laugh, you’ll squirm and you’ll probably never feel the same about sitting in the supposed safety of an audience seat ever again.
Wokingham Theatre, Twyford Road Wokingham RG40 5TU
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 978 5363
  boxoffice@wokinghamtheatre.org.uk
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Leisure : Arts and Crafts
27/01/2020 ALDWORTH ARTS AND CRAFTS GROUP

An ART Group meets on 1st & 3rd Tuesday mornings and a CRAFT group meets on 2nd & 4th Monday mornings (term time) in Aldworth village hall. These friendly self-help groups welcome anyone who wants to come along and enjoy sharing their hobby or learning a new one. The cost is only £2.50 a session and members take it in turns to provide refreshments.
Aldworth Village Hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth RG8 9SE
MORE INFO: Craft Group 01635 578177
  aacg20161@outlook.com
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Leisure : Theatre
27/01/2020 BREAK OUT
 ARLINGTON ARTS, NEWBURY

Hosted by Trinity School, ‘Break Out!’ is a performance opportunity to share high quality dance work created in class and extracurricular clubs from Trinity, The Downs and Park House Schools. We are delighted that this year’s performance opens with a curtain raiser performance from Senior West Berkshire Youth Dance Company and also includes a performance choreographed by innovative choreographer Lewis Cooke.
Arlington Arts Centre, Mary Hare School, Newbury RG14 3BQ
MORE INFO: Box Office 01635 244246
  boxoffice@arlingtonarts.co.uk
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27/01/2020 to 01/02/2020 TEN TIMES TABLE
 THEATRE ROYAL, WINDSOR

In the long-since ‘grand’ ballroom of the local Swan Hotel, a most miscellaneous assemblage conduct the business of the Pendon Folk Festival… led by excitable chairman Ray… Unfortunately, for Ray, his calamitous committee quickly divides, as his wife Helen has a bone to pick… Add a Marxist schoolteacher, a military dog-breeder and an octogenarian secretary, and the table is set for one of comedy master Ayckbourn’s most hilarious plays – a tumultuous comedy by committee, not to be missed.
Theatre Royal, Thames Street, Windsor SL4 1PS
MORE INFO: Box Office 01753 853 888
  info@theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk
  Event Web Site

Leisure : Days Out
28/01/2020 HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE RIDES IN WINDSOR GREAT PARK

Enjoy exploring one of England's most beautiful Royal Parks from the comfort of a horse-drawn carriage. Relax and travel at a leisurely pace through a Collection of Japanese Maples past Ancient Oak Trees to a beautiful 18th Century Lake with fabulous display of Waterlilies in Summer and tranquil reflections in Autumn/Winter. The lake is a hidden gem in the heart of Windsor Great Park complete with Diamond Jublee Arbour, a covered seat unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012. Your driver/guide can provide interesting and lesser know facts about the history of the area.

The Savill Garden, Wick Lane, Englefield Green, Egham TW20 0XD
MORE INFO: Jo - Carriage Rides Bookings 07811 543019
  info@ascotcarriages.co.uk
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Sport : Football
28/01/2020 ROYALS v BRISTOL CITY - SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP

THE games are coming thick and fast for the Royals now. They should have played Bristol City on Saturday, but that was pushed ahead to Tuesday because of the cup-tie with Cardiff. That match ended in a draw so Royals have to re-group after this one is a league game at Cardiff on Friday and another visit to the Cardiff City Stadium next Tuesday. Bristol City are one of several team who started the season like a train then had a wobble - but they are a formidable side on their game and this will be a tough test for Reading's League-team, all of whom were rested on Saturday.
Madejski Stadium, Nr M4 J11, Basingstoke Road, Reading RG2 0FL
MORE INFO: RFC Ticket Office 0118 968 1313
  ticketing@readingfc.co.uk
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Leisure : Arts
29/01/2020 OPEN STUDIO - CERAMICS

Visit Sally Courage, Teresa Munn and Moya Tosh, local ceramic artists, united by a love of landscapes and the organic feel of clay. Guest artists include Julie Massie, Christine Lack and John Brazendale. Sally works with coils of clay to create satisfying forms which evolve as the work grows. Teresa works with text in ceramics, and explores feelings associated with the landscapes of our lives in clay-scripted wall plaques and hand-held textured forms. Moya throws porcelain and uses blocks of glaze colour, 23-carat gold leaf, silver leaf and lustre colour for decoration. Red Steps is a working studio, and one of the three will always be working there and able to discuss their latest work. Major pieces and small gift items available - or just come and enjoy chatting and looking.

Red Steps, Whitway, Newbury RG20 9LE
MORE INFO: Open Studio Enquiries 07786 956051
 
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Leisure : Days Out
29/01/2020 UK WOLF CONSERVATION TRUST VISIT WEDNESDAYS

The Trust is open every Wednesday from 11am – 4pm. A wonderful day out for all the family, with photo opportunities from a photographic platform area, regular talks by the keepers, watch the wolves being fed at 2pm and, of course, our ambassador wolves. Come to see our Arctic wolves, admire our Beenham pack and see our older wolves, including mischievous Mosi, majestic Mai and Motomo. We have a photography platform overlooking the Beenham pack and you'll be able to see the Torak and Mosi via a large picture window in our shop and education centre. Free parking is available and there are toilets on-site. Our well stocked shop will be open for you to purchase souvenirs of your day. There will be tea/ coffee, squash refreshments available to purchase by donation, but no food. Outdoor picnic tables available. No walks or wolf contact is available on this day. Additional children’s activities will be held during school holidays. Adults £8, Children 3-12 £5, under 3's free. No booking required. Pay on arrival. Please note: no dogs are allowed on-site or to be left in parked cars.

Butlers Farm, Beenham, Reading, Berks, RG7 5NT
MORE INFO: Lynn Kent 0118 971 3330
  ukwct@ukwolf.org
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Leisure : Museums
29/01/2020 TALES FOR TOTS - STORY TIME FOR UNDER 5's
 READING MUSEUM

Drop in - free of charge - and bring your under-5's to catch a story or two using objects from the museum collection. 10.30am to 11.30am

Reading Museum, Old Town Hall, Blagrave Street
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 0118 939 9800
  mail@readingmuseum.org.uk
  Event Web Site

Leisure : Theatre
29/01/2020 EUROPEAN UNION CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
 THE CONCERT HALL, READING

Described as a musical Bear Grylls, Ben Goldscheider has quickly emerged as one of he most exciting horn players of his generation. He reached the final of the 2016 BBC Young Musician Competition, aged 18 and made his Proms debut at the Royal Albert Hall in 2018. Folllowing a fantastic debut at The Concert Hall in 2019, the European Union Chamber Orchestra are back to perform again. The concert also includes a new composition by young British composer, Dani Howard, featuring young brass players from our Emerging Artists Partnerships.
The Concert Hall, Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 960 6060
  boxoffice@readingarts.com
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29/01/2020 to 15/02/2020 ONE MILLION TINY PLAYS ABOUT BRITAIN
 THE WATERMILL - WEST BERKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE, NEWBURY

A couple peer into an estate agent’s window; two sports fans have a heart-to-heart in the loo; a daughter has questions about her mother’s love life; and as a father helps his son tie his football boots, he realises they are growing apart. If you keep your eyes and ears open, there are a million tiny plays happening every day. Laugh-out-loud funny and sometimes heartbreakingly moving, overheard conversations from across the country form Craig Taylor’s humorous and poignant look at modern Britain. Originally published in The Guardian, these miniature insights into other people’s lives reveal the triumphs, disasters, horrors and joys of life in the twenty-first century.
Watermill Theatre, Bagnor, Newbury RG20 8AE
MORE INFO: Box Office 01635 46044
  boxoffice@watermill.org.uk
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29/01/2020 CHILDREN'S STORY TIME AT THE MILL
 THE MILL AT SONNING

Every Wednesday at 10.15am, pre-school children will be treated to stories and singing in the theatre, as well as colouring-in and dressing-up in the bar. Bring your little ones along for a magical experience, topped off as we turn the famous waterwheel. Entry is £3.50 per child (pay when you arrive). Healthy snack and drink provided for children.
The Mill Theatre, Sonning Eye RG4 6TY
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 969 8000
  admin@millatsonning.com
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Leisure : Museums
30/01/2020 READING MUSEUM SURGERY
 READING MUSEUM

Visitors can discover more about the collections, or ask for help in identifying interesting objects (NB no valuations can be given). Every Thursday, in the Box Room.

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 : Theatre
30/01/2020 THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY
 THE HEXAGON THEATRE, READING

Direct from a weeklong run in London’s West End at the Vaudeville Theatre, a SOLD OUT Worldwide tour and standing ovations at every performance, The Simon & Garfunkel Story is back! Using huge projection photos and original film footage, this 50th Anniversary celebration also features a full live band performing all the hits including Mrs Robinson, Cecilia, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Homeward Bound and many more. Get your tickets fast as this is an evening not to be missed!
The Hexagon Theatre, Queens Walk, Reading RG1 7UA
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 960 6060
  boxoffice@readingarts.com
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30/01/2020 ISQ - REQUIEM FOR THE FAITHFUL TOUR
 NORDEN FARM CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, MAIDENHEAD

A critically-acclaimed post-jazz/art pop quartet from London featuring Irene Serra (vocals), Richard Sadler (double bass), Naadia Sheriff (piano) and Chris Nickolls (drums). It is in a live setting that these musicians really show their jazz roots, expanding the framework of the songs and relishing in the musical spontaneity and interplay.
Norden Farm, Altwood Road, Maidenhead SL6 4PF
MORE INFO: Box Office 01628 788997
  boxoffice@nordenfarm.org
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30/01/2020 SOUNDS OF THE 60s - LIVE WITH TONY BLACKBURN
 ANVIL ARTS, BASINGSTOKE

Due to the phenomenal success of BBC Radio 2’s Sounds of the 60s Live, which has toured the UK throughout 2019, a raft of new dates have been added with the show now running into 2020, including our very own Anvil! Hosted by DJ royalty Tony Blackburn, the show features songs, stories and memories from the golden decade of pop with music performed live by the Sounds of the 60s All Star Band and Singers.
The Anvil, Churchill Way, Basingstoke RG21 7QR
MORE INFO: Box Office 01256 844244
  box.office@anvilarts.org.uk
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Business to Business :
31/01/2020 CAVERSHAM BUSINESS BISCOTTI

Business Biscotti is a Private Membership Organisation - we run business clubs across the UK. We are a thriving UK business community. We share success stories, encourage collaboration, nurture business growth, and most importantly we do business! Cavershame Biscotti is held on the last Friday of each month from 10am until 12noon.
Crown Plaza Business Centre, Caversham Bridge, Richfield Ave, Reading RG1 8BD
MORE INFO: Lina Doyle 07597 242990
  radiance.acu@gmail.com
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Leisure : Theatre
31/01/2020 JAZZ AT PROGRESS - THE XHOSA COLE QUARTET
 PROGRESS THEATRE, READING

Tenor saxophonist Xhosa Cole, BBC Young Jazz Musician 2018, brings together an all-star quartet featuring some of finest talent based in the UK. Alongside fellow finalist and bass player James Owston, powerhouse drummer Jim Bashford and Canadian, now UK resident, trumpet virtuoso Jay Phelps, this band embodies the spirit of the bebop and hard bop greats.
Progress Theatre, The Mount, Christchurch Road, Reading RG1 5HL
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 384 2169
  enquiries@progresstheatre.co.uk
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31/01/2020 JOHN-LUKE ROBERTS
 SOUTH STREET ARTS CENTRE, READING

The critically acclaimed idiot John-Luke Roberts returns to the road with another ridiculously long titled show this autumn. In a brand-new hour of extraordinary daft-hearted comedy, expect to not know why you are laughing once more...even when he gives you the punchline first. Jokes about staring into the Nietzschean void, the stupid decisions of kings and how Pinocchio can save the world all might make appearances in this hour of absolute silliness. But then again, maybe they won't. Who knows what could happen!
South Street Arts Centre, 21 South Street, Reading RG1 4QU
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 960 6060
  boxoffice@readingarts.com
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31/01/2020 PAUL JONES AND DAVE KELLY
 ARLINGTON ARTS, NEWBURY

Ruggedly durable and timeless, the Blues is perhaps more popular today than it has ever been. Young musicians still cut their teeth on its enticing, 12-bar appeal, but its real rewards, true virtuosity, poise and knowledge, only come with age. Founder members ofThe Blues Band, Paul Jones and Dave Kelly’s tangled and colourful roots go way back into the true undergrowth of the tradition. As well as their own original material, they not only know and perform the work of the greats, ranging from Howling’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker through to Sonny Boy Williamson - they actually played alongside them.
Arlington Arts Centre, Mary Hare School, Newbury RG14 3BQ
MORE INFO: Box Office 01635 244246
  boxoffice@arlingtonarts.co.uk   Event Web Site

31/01/2020 BRACKNELL JAZZ - LAURA ZAKIAN'S MINOR MOMENTS
 SOUTH HILL PARK ARTS CENTRE, BRACKNELL

Laura Zakian sings songs from her EP, Minor Moments, which she co-wrote with percussionist and composer Martin Pyne. They are joined by Steve Lodder on piano, Paul Bartholomew on baritone sax and Andy Hamill on bass. A true jazz vocalist, Laura employs her voice as a musical instrument, improvising and moulding the melodic line to lend each lyric the best possible effect.
South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell RG12 7PA
MORE INFO: Box Office 01344 484123
  sales@southhillpark.org.uk
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Leisure : Theatre
31/01/2020 JETHRO
 THE HEXAGON THEATRE, READING

A memorable evening of hysterical nonsense, as we take a peek into the circus lurking deep within the mind of, probably the greatest, comic storyteller ever to grace the stage. Jethro beguiles and befuddles his audience with the endless stream of irreverent twaddle that has created a comedy genius. Over 4 million DVD sales pay testament to the legion of fans who have followed Jethro faithfully throughout his career. Now, with stories old and new we present, live on stage. Following 60 sold out shows last year, "The Count of Cornwall" is back again with his unique style of comedy.
The Hexagon Theatre, Queen's Walk, Reading RG1 7UA
MORE INFO: Box Office 0118 960 6060
  boxoffice@readingarts.com
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Leisure : Days Out
01/02/2020 to 02/02/2020 FORCES AND MAGNETS SHOW AT THE LOOK OUT DISCOVERY CENTRE

Push, pull, squeeze and jump! Find out about the forces we use every day in this fun and interactive show! Show times are at 11am, 12 noon, 2pm and 3.15pm, subject to minimum numbers. Shows run at weekends and Bracknell school holidays.
The Look Out Discovery Centre, Nine Mile Ride, Bracknell RG12 7QW
MORE INFO: Lookout Events Organiser 01344 354400
  customer.services@bracknell-forest.gov.uk
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01/02/2020 WOODLEY SATURDAY MARKET

Woodley Shopping Centre is now home to a Thriving Saturday Market. Fresh foods,Great Vegetables, Wet Fish, Butcher, Breads Clothes Local produce and Craft Stalls fill the Town Centre every Saturday offering local residents and visitors more choice whilst they shop. Occasionally some Local Brass bands join in the fun or Morris Dancers.

Woodley Town Centre RG5 4JZ
MORE INFO: Town Centre Manager 0118 921 6920
  tcm@woodley.gov.uk
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Leisure : Markets
01/02/2020 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS' MARKET (WINDSOR)

Developed in association with the Windsor and Eton Town Partnership, Windsor farmers' market offers a wide range of produce and is within easy walking distance of the town centre and residential area. Closest car park is at East Berks College off Trinity Place, a minute's walk away.
St Leonard’s Road between East Berks College and Firestation Arts Centre, Windsor SL4 3BL
MORE INFO: Claudine Andrew 07896 902850
  ascotwindsormanager@hotmail.com
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Leisure : Museums
01/02/2020 BAYEUX TAPESTRY TOUR AT READING MUSEUM
 READING MUSEUM

Enjoy a guided tour of the famous full-size replica of the magnificent Bayeux Tapestry. No need to book - entry is free.

Reading Museum and Town Hall, Reading RG1 1QH

MORE INFO: Events Organiser 0118 937 3400
  mail@readingmuseum.org.uk
  Event Web Site

01/02/2020 READING MUSEUM GALLERY TOUR
 READING MUSEUM

Want to know more about Reading Abbey and its impact on the town? Join our trained volunteer guides for an updated tour that includes more on the Abbey Quarter’s history. Hear about our exciting plans to transform the area into a unique historical and cultural destination. This is followed by an introductory tour around the museum’s galleries taking in a selection of fascinating objects on display. Why not stay for lunch and enjoy the Bayeux Tapestry tour at 2.15pm?

Reading Museum and Town Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading, RG1 1QH
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 0118 937 3400
  mail@readingmuseum.org.uk
  Event Web Site

Local Information :
01/02/2020 WALLINGFORD LOCAL PRODUCERS' SATURDAY MARKET

To make available produce grown or produced within a 30 mile radius of Wallingford, sourcing ingredients, wherever possible from within that area. To educate and promote the benefits of locally produced food and other products thereby supporting a vibrant and dynamic local economy. The market was started in 2007 by some of the current stallholders as a means to reach the local community. The produce available ranges from meat (pork, beef, lamb), fruit and vegetables, plants, bread, cheeses, wines, beers,cakes ready prepared food, chocolate, jams, preserves, crafts including wood, knitting, jewellery, cosmetics, pottery, photography, painting and much more. 10am to 1pm.

Regal Centre, St Martin’s Street, Wallingford OX10 0DP
MORE INFO: Dennis Jackson
  admin@wlpm.org.uk
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Local Information :
01/02/2020 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS MARKET (READING)

Reading Farmers’ Market is a friendly, twice-a-month event, showcasing fantastic local food and drink. Many of our traders and customers have been attending the market since it started in 1999 and there is a strong community feel. Everything is sold direct from our local farmers, bakers, conservers and brewers, have a chat and discover the story behind the produce! The market is held undercover, in the auction house at the Cattle Market. There is cheap parking (on street, or in the Cattle Market car park next door - 50p for 1hr, £2.60 for 2 hrs) and it’s a short walk to town. The producers below typically attend the market, but attendance does vary, due to seasonality of produce. Sign up to our weekly newsletter, or follow our Facebook or Twitter pages, for regular updates on who will be attending.
The Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading RG1 7HD
MORE INFO: Kathryn McCann 07956 426821
  kathryn@katcreative.co.uk
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Local Information :
01/02/2020 ALDWORTH VILLAGE MARKET

Aldworth’s award winning Saturday Market takes place every Saturday morning in the Village Hall. Here you can buy vegetables and other produce, cakes and bread, newspapers and sweets. Please note that bread and newspapers must be pre-ordered.

Aldworth Village Hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth RG8 9SB
MORE INFO: Market Enquiries 01635 578090
 
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Local Information :
02/02/2020 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS' MARKET (NEWBURY)

Newbury Farmers' Market runs twice a month on the first and third Sunday. Originally set up by the Council to give local farmers and producers an opportunity to sell their produce direct to the public, most will have been grown or processed within 30 miles of West Berkshire. The Farmers' Market supports the local economy, providing healthy fresh food and reducing food miles - the distance food has travelled from where it is produced. In addition, the market provides an opportunity to find out more about issues such as Genetically Modified foods, land management and organic farming.
Market Place, Newbury RG14 5BD
MORE INFO: Market Enquiries 01235 227266
  info@tvfm.org.uk
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