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Superb Stocking Stuffers, Like CBD Gummies
  • Saturday 23rd November - Until Saturday 31st December
Sugar-Free CBD Gummies & Other Holiday Gift Ideas View event
Arts Award Explore at West Berkshire Museum
  • Saturday 28th May - Until Saturday 24th September
Become an Arts Award explorer this summer! As an explorer, your child will take part in arts and crafts and find out more about West Berkshire Museum and history as they complete their Arts Award Explore.... View event
Newbury Antiques and Brocante market
  • Sunday 29th May, 10:00am - Until Monday 30th May, 4:00am
This 16th Century Manor House plays host to an antiques and Brocante market on the front lawn of this beautiful venue. A huge variety of items to choose from from 40 traders . View event
Antiques & Brocante Market
A welcome return for the unique French style Brocante market. View event
Family Activity Morning: Beautiful Butterflies
  • Wednesday 1st June 10:00am until 1:00pm
Decorate the front of a wooden butterfly with pens and paper and then varnish with glue (decoupage) as the Victorians would have done View event
Messy Museum Morning: Red, White and Blue!
  • Thursday 2nd June 10:00am until 1:00pm
Choose between decorating a ceramic item of your choice – including a coaster, bird hanging decoration, button box or leaf tealight holder (subject to availability and while stocks last) – in red, white... View event
A Royal Visit from Beauty and her Prince
  • Friday 3rd June 11:00am until 2:00pm
You are cordially invited to join us for a royal visit from Beauty and her Prince. View event
Steam-fix Silk Painting
  • Monday 13th June 10:00am until 1:00pm
Explore the delights of steam-fix silk painting whilst creating abstract floral and landscape designs. View event
Workshop: Delft Tile
  • Friday 24th June 10:30am until 1:30pm
Delftware, also known as Delft Blue, is the charming variety of blue and white ceramic pottery originating from Delft in the Netherlands, with many of the classic tile designs dating from the 16th century. View event
In-person Talk: The Fashion Chronicles: Style Stories of History’s Best Dressed
  • Friday 24th June 5:30pm until 7:00pm
From Eve's fig leaf to Hillary Clinton's pantsuit, the way we choose to clothe our bodies can carry layer upon layer of meaning. View event
Swifts in Newbury
  • Friday 1st July 6:30pm until 7:30pm
A walk and a talk by local bird expert, Ailsa Claybourn, about these amazing birds who are disappearing from our skies, and how we can help them. View event
Blaze's Buddies
The in-person session will begin by introducing Blaze, the dragon on the weathervane on top of the Cloth Hall, through a short action poem. View event
Workshop: Jewellery Making
  • Saturday 9th July 10:30am until 1:00pm
Learn the basics of beaded jewellery making including how to loop a head pin to create earrings and adding toggle clasps to bracelets or necklaces using a mixture of new and up-cycled beads. View event
Walk for Parkinson's Welford Park
  • Sunday 10th July 10:00am until 3:00pm
Join us to stride towards a cure at our 2.5 or 6.5 mile walk through the beautiful Berkshire countryside and estate of Welford park. Stroll along the River Lambourn and explore the farm and woodlands of... View event
Summer Fair
  • Sunday 17th July 11:00am until 4:00pm
Share all the fun of the Summer Fair in the beautiful surroundings of Shaw House! View event
 Talk: Decorative Embellishment and Sumptuary Legislation during the Reign of Elizabeth I
  • Friday 22nd July 6:30pm until 8:00pm
Tudor portraits and surviving items provide much evidence of the Elizabethan taste for richly embellished garments and personal objects. View event
Outdoor Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing
  • Saturday 23rd July 6:00pm until 9:00pm
Multi-award nominated Immersion Theatre presents one of Shakespeare’s funniest comedies in their larger-than-life, wildly inventive, and laugh-out-loud adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing”. View event
Summer Activity Days: Fly your Flag!
  • Wednesday 27th July 10:00am until 1:00pm
Design a colour (flag) for a regiment from the Civil War using a calico sheet, dowel and fabric crayons (assorted). View event
Messy Museum Morning: Dino Eggs
  • Friday 29th July 10:00am until 1:00pm
Make your own dinosaur egg using a pebble and acrylic paint. You can also varnish it if times allows. All the Messy Museum Mornings this summer are themed around dinosaurs and the Mesozoic period. View event
Open Air Sculpture Exhibition ‘Altered States’
  • Saturday 30th July, 11:00am - Until Sunday 25th September, 4:00pm
The Orangery Lawn at Shaw House will be transformed into an open air sculpture exhibition where you can discover artworks by acclaimed sculptors in the grounds of this lovely historic setting. All works... View event
Summer Activity Days: Soldier on!
  • Wednesday 3rd August 10:00am until 1:00pm
Create a musketeer from a clothes peg, wool, felt, ribbon and other craft materials. View event
Messy Museum Morning: Decorating Dinos
  • Friday 5th August 10:00am until 1:00pm
Construct and colour in a wooden dinosaur. All the Messy Museum Mornings this summer are themed around dinosaurs and the Mesozoic period. View event
Summer Activity Days: Perfect Puppets
  • Wednesday 10th August 10:00am until 1:00pm
Originating from the seventeenth century, Punch and Judy puppets were as popular then as they are now. Decorate your own felt hand puppet, using the self-adhesive felt pieces provided, as the character... View event
Messy Museum Morning: Dino footprints
  • Friday 12th August 10:00am until 1:00pm
Make a dinosaur footprint in clay and then use Plaster of Paris to make a cast of it. All the Messy Museum Mornings this summer are themed around dinosaurs and the Mesozoic period. View event
In-person Talk: A Tudor Guide to Getting Dressed
  • Friday 12th August 6:30pm until 8:00pm
When you think of Tudor clothing, what springs to mind? For many, it is the fur brimmed hat, eye-watering codpiece and voluptuous ruffles of red and gold worn in the iconic portrait of Henry VIII by Hans... View event
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