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What's on today (Sunday)

Chris Ord

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Chris Ord

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chris.ord@newburynews.co.uk

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There's plenty going on in West Berkshire today (Sunday) from live music in Newbury's Market Place to outdoor theatre performances, classic cars and nature walks.

This afternoon the Illyria outdoor theatre will be performing Danny the Champion of the World at Shaw House. Gates open at 1pm, with the performance commencing at 2.30pm. for more information call (01635) 279279 or visit www.westberkshireheritage.org

Newbury District Ornithological Club will be holding a morning walk in Upper Bucklebury, followed by a members’ summer barbecue at 1pm. Please ring (01488) 668482 for more details.

Newbury College will be host to a Classic Vehicle Show from 10am to 4.30pm. The event, now in its 24th year, attracted around 1000 exhibitors in 2015 with more than 4000 people excpected on the day. For more info visit www.classicvehicles.org.uk

There will be live music in the centre of Newbury for 'Music in the Market Place' from noon. The public can hear Zoe 'Badman' Lalley, Shaun Blake and Ian and Mel Sound until 5pm.

The Two Beats – Pete Allen (reeds) and Sean Moyses (banjo) will be playing at the Regency Park Hotel at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased on the door costing £12.50 (cash only).

The gardens at Littlecote House Hotel in Hungerford will be open to the public between noon and 4pm through the National Gardens Scheme.

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