What's on Saturday

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Stamps, wolves and charity events all happening this weekend. Check out our guide to all the best bits.
The Thatcham & District Philatelic Society are hosting the annual Westbex Stamp & Postcard Fair which will be held at The Kennet School on Stoney Lane.
There will be 22 dealers offering Stamps, Postal History and Postcards, with Grosvenor Auctioneers on hand to value your stamps and collections.
Admission and parking is free and refreshments are available for the 10am – 4pm event.
Your local firefighters are giving up their time between 10am and 4pm to raise money for two charities – Priors Court and The Fire Fighters Charity.
The suggested donation for the Newbury firefighters is £5 to have your car scrubbed.

Wolves are let loose on the English countryside at 6.30pm tonight for The Watermill Senior Youth Theatres presentation of The Wolves of Willoughby Chase by Joan Aiken.
Tickets for the play at is £11.50 - £11, concessions priced at £6.50 - £6 and will be at The Watermill Theatre in Bagnor.
In sport, Newbury Men take on Witney in the Hockey at Henwick, in football Hungerford play Biggleswade and in rugby Thatcham II take on Wycombe II.
There will be singing for the second of two spring concerts in Ashford Hill with popular favourites including songs by The Beatles, Queen and The Beach Boys.
The Concert starts at 7pm at St Paul’s Church in Ashford Hill with Park House School and Ashford Hill primary school choirs. Tickets are £7.50 on the door with children to go free.

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