Art Exhibition and Sale of framed and Mounted Artwork also printed greetings cards for sale
5km run against the clock at the war memorial park every Saturday morning at 9am
Following on from the success of our previous garden party and in respect of the largest street party in Europe we are proud to announce our pre-carnival tune up. This will be our usual dancefloor flavours with a special carnivalesque mish mash of genres familiar to those who know the Notting Hill vibe! Perfect if you want a nice chilled afternoon before hitting London on the Sunday or want to celebrate the Bank Holiday in style with some classic records and a fantastic local atmosphere. Most of you know the score already... It's a super friendly party with a lot of character during the day and a seriously rocking dancefloor in the evening. We start at the RISING SUN to grab some rays and BBQ between 12PM - 6PM Then we make a carnival like procession to THE TEA BAR at the top of town for some serious dancefloor action 7PM - 1:30AM Notting Hill style! Kids, pets and family welcome all day at the Rising Sun. :D ☀ � The Tea Bar a more adult affair. ;) We will be announcing some top local talent in the next few days. Look forward to seeing you all there :D
The car boot sale is on every Saturday and Sunday from March through to October.
Muffin Mile Charity Fundraiser in support of Muffin's Dream Foundation
Aimed at any lower levels/beginners who would like to level up fast. We will be touring the Pokéstops around the town centre and answering any questions you have as well as painting the town (gyms) red! Saying that though, if you're not a beginner, you're still very welcome... if your legs aren't tried from the day before
Basingstoke shopping centre, Festival Place, is inviting shoppers to come and meet children’s favourite, the Twirlywoos this Bank Holiday Monday.
Becoming a popular way to de-stress, come and find out more or meet others who enjoy creative colouring. All materials are provided but please do bring your own if you prefer to this free event.
Meet at Basingstoke Railway station at 2pm or at the lime pits around 3pm. The Basingstoke canal no longer runs through Basingstoke, but there is a heritage trail that marks the route it once took. We will follow the trail of the old Basingstoke canal (opened in 1794) starting at the spot where the old wharf was, in the town centre, and following the heritage trail through Eastrop Park to finish up at Basing Lime pits recreation area for a fruitluck picnic.
* Homemade refreshments including homemade cake made and served by the volunteers of Saint Andrews Methodist Church. * Friendly Atmosphere * Parability stall. Come and find out more about Parability.