What's On This Weekend in Newbury, Thatcham and Hungerford
16th July 2010
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Chek out this page every week for an update of what events, fairs, shows and exhibitions are happening in our local area the coming weekend...

Saturday 17 July:

  • Marlborough Farmers’ Market: 9.15am – 1pm Marlborough Town Hall. Local produce & café.
  • Hamstead Marshall Food Festival:  10am – 5pm Elm Farm Organic Research Centre (01488) 658279
  • Trinity School Car Boot Sale & Fair: 10.30am – 2pm Trinity School, Love Lane, Shaw
  • Hungerford Carnival Day & Parade: 11am onwards, events at The Croft; 6pm Parade
  • Newbury Comedy Festival: Double Bill - Mark Watson and Danny Bhoy and a performance by Jo Caulfield - all stars of BBC's We Need Answers, Mock The Week, Nevermind The Buzzcocks

Sunday 18 July:

  • Lambourn Festival Children’s Run: 10.30am Lambourn Sports Club, Bockhampton Rd. More details from greg.heath1@btinternet.com  or 01488 72679
  • Novelty dog show, Jack’n’Jill race: equestrian display & lots more. Table Top Sale - if interested, pls book in advance with Jane on 01488 649577 or j_turton@btinternet.com In aid of West Berks Rapid Response Car.
  • Newbury Farmer’s Market:  8am - 2pm - more details on our events page
    Inkpen Farmer’s Market 10am – 12.30pm
  • East Garston Big Lunch:12.30pm Village Hall Carpark.  See East Garston Village website for more details
  • Newbury Fire Station open day! Support our local firefighters - see fire engines and demonstrations as well as enjoy side shows, a raffle and refreshments.
  • Highclere Castle Car Boot Sale: Entry fee includes entry to the stunning castle gardens & grounds, shop and tea rooms.
  • Tadley Concert Band: Brass and silver bands will perform at Victoria Park Bandstand in Newbury. Performance times approximately 3pm till 5pm.
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