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What's on in West Berkshire today? (Sunday)

We've compiled a list of events happening across the district

Dan Cooper

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Dan Cooper

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01635 886632

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FANCY catching some live music? Or perhaps trying something new?

There are plenty of events to keep people of all ages entertained across West berkshire today (Sunday).

Get yourself down to Thatcham to try a spot of Belly Dancing at the Belly Dance workshop at the Burdwood Community Centre, Thatcham.

From 10am-1pm the focus will be on Skills and Drills and from 2pm-5pm people will be taught Choreography. Each session costs £25 or £40 for the whole day. Contact: felicity@roundhousemusic.org or telephone (01635) 46809

As part of the Thatcham Festival, there will be a series of events including a Bird Walk with Graeme Stewart from 2pm-4pm, at the Thatcham Nature Discovery Centre. Join expert birder Graeme Stewart for the first of two strolls around the lake to observe birds on the water and in the hedgerows.

If you'd rather wind down and relax, try the Yoga Session at the Old Bluecoat School wih experienced teacher Renu Mohan.

Sessions take place from 6.30pm to 7.15pm, 7.30pm to 8.15pm or 8.30pm to 9.15pm.

Planning for the big day? Get some inspiration by popping along to the Wedding Fair taking place between 11am and3pm at Shaw House. For more details call (01635) 279279.

Pete Allen with the Regency Park all Stars Jazz Band, 3pm, Regency Park Hotel, Thatcham. Tickets at the door £12.50 (cash only)

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