What's on today (Saturday)

Looking for something to do? We've compiled a list of ideas for you

Dan Cooper


Dan Cooper


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Here is a list of the events happening today:

Coffee morning in aid of UNICEF, Newbury Town Hall. 10am-noon. Pop in for a cuppa and slice of homemade cake

And tomorrow, Autumn Deer Safaris, Bucklebury Farm Park. 7am. Call (0118) 971 4002, email bookings@buckleburyfarmpark.co.uk or visit www.buckleburyfarmpark.co.uk

English Civil War Family Fun Day, West Berkshire Museum. 10am-3pm. Drop-in, free

Book signing – Rick Stein at Hungerford Bookshop, 24 High Street, Hungerford. 12.30pm www.hungerfordbookshop.co.uk/our-events

SEW region AGM Hosted by Newbury Embroiderers’ Guild, St George’s Centre, 206 Andover Rd, Newbury. 1pm-4pm. Celebrate the guild’s 40th anniversary with exhibitions and traders, tea and cakes. The speaker is well-known embroiderer and joint president of the Embroiderers’ Guild Jan Beaney. Tickets £5 from jenpurslow2013@gmail.com or (01635) 862289 Admission free for members attending the morning AGM (11am). www.newburyembroiderers.co.uk

Mum2mum Market: Baby & Kids nearly new sale, Thatcham Catholic Hall. 10.30am-12.30pm

Beenham Wind Orchestra – a magical evening of Cartoon music. St Mary’s Church, Thatcham. 7.30pm. Tickets £10 in Advance, £12 on the door, under-18s £2. From band members, Lily’s Boutique, Kingsland Centre, Thatcham, or www.beenhamwindorchestra.co.uk

River Restoration Training Day, Riverside Community Centre car park, Rosemoor Gardens, Newbury. 10am-4pm Restoring the riverbank to avoid siltation and improve habitats for wildlife. Free. Emaillproudfoot@growing2gether.org

Thatcham Festival Family Nut Hunt, Bowdown Woods. 10am-noon. £4

Molly’s Marvellous Moustache, New Greenham Arts. 11.30am. £9.50. Age guide 3-7. Box office 0845 5218218

MS Awareness Talk by the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Newbury Rugby Club. 10.30am-1pm

Book sale of adult non-fiction, Newbury Library. 9.30am

Saturday Book Group, Newbury Library. 3.30pm-4.30pm. Free drop-in group for adults. This month’s book is I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

An evening of Burlesque, Corn Exchange, Newbury. 7.45pm. Age 18+. Tickets £26.50. Box office 0845 5218218

Elvis in Trouble – the ultimate show, Arlington Arts, Mary Hare School. 7.30pm. Box office (01635) 244246

Eric Knowles: What’s it Worth?, The Haymarket, Basingstoke. 3pm. Box office (01256) 844244

Faustus – An introduction to traditional folk music, Croft Hall, Hungerford. Workshop 5.15-6.15pm. Show 8pm. History, song dissection and participation. Tickets £15 (workshop included in price) from Hungerford Bookshop, 07590 555877 or onlinehttps://artsforhungerfordevents.wordpress.com/events/27180277943/

And tomorrow, Kingsclere Photo Club annual exhibition, Kingsclere Village Club, 35-37 George St, Kingsclere. Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-4pm. Have your portrait taken by award-winning photographer Mark O’Leary. Free entry

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