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Lights spectacular at Whitchurch Silk Mill

Lights spectacular at Whitchurch Silk Mill

Lights spectacular at Whitchurch Silk Mill

12 January 2022

A Walk Through Time, created by Zeal Live, is a lights spectacle weaving through the mill and gardens at Whitchurch Silk Mill from the end of January.


Here's to the next 15 years! Great gigs coming up at Arlington Arts

Here's to the next 15 years! Great gigs coming up at Arlington Arts

Here's to the next 15 years! Great gigs coming up at Arlington Arts

12 January 2022

Arts centre cementing its reputation for bringing the best in live music to Newbury.


Ashmolean podcasts to tackle some of the most challenging subjects facing museums today

Ashmolean podcasts to tackle some of the most challenging subjects facing museums today

Ashmolean podcasts to tackle some of the most challenging subjects facing museums today

11 January 2022

20 leading cultural thinkers, artists and activists discuss if museums have any place in our society in 'Fingerprints'.


Will Young 'unmasked' on The Masked Singer

Will Young 'unmasked' on The Masked Singer

Will Young 'unmasked' on The Masked Singer

10 January 2022

Former Pop Idol winner, Will Young, who grew up in Hungerford, was the third celebrity to be revealed on The Masked Singer.


Goring Gap calendar on sale to protect local wildlife

Goring Gap calendar on sale to protect local wildlife

Goring Gap calendar on sale to protect local wildlife

10 January 2022

Calendar highlights birds and animals in and around Goring & Streatley.


Our pick of 6 books to read with the kids this month

Our pick of 6 books to read with the kids this month

Our pick of 6 books to read with the kids this month

09 January 2022

Children's book reviews by Caroline Franklin.


New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

New start for Newbury Chamber Choir, on the lookout for tenors and basses

09 January 2022

After nearly two years without singing the choir is now ready to begin again.


Wash Water eco-dyer showed work in Houses of Parliament

Wash Water eco-dyer showed work in Houses of Parliament

Wash Water eco-dyer showed work in Houses of Parliament

08 January 2022

Christine’s work can be seen at Whitchurch Silk Mill this weekend.


Blind artist turns braille into an artform

Blind artist turns braille into an artform

Blind artist turns braille into an artform

08 January 2022

Clarke Reynolds' Decoding Braille, Decoding Me opens at The Base, Greenham.


Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

Costa Book Awards winner comes to Hungerford

07 January 2022

Claire Fuller in conversation with Gill Hornby about Unsettled Ground at Hungerford Bookshop event.


Costa prize-winning book will seem familiar

Costa prize-winning book will seem familiar

Costa prize-winning book will seem familiar

06 January 2022

Claire Fuller talked to arts editor TRISH LEE about her novel Unsettled Ground in October.


Hammer comes down at £2.6k for Indian bronze at Dreweatt's

Hammer comes down at £2.6k for Indian bronze at Dreweatt's

Hammer comes down at £2.6k for Indian bronze at Dreweatt's

06 January 2022

Siva Nataraja heading for Newbury Hindu/yoga temple.


Oxfordshire Wildlife Rescue appeal for Christmas trees

Oxfordshire Wildlife Rescue appeal for Christmas trees

Oxfordshire Wildlife Rescue appeal for Christmas trees

05 January 2022

Oxfordshire Wildlife Rescue, Blewbury near Didcot, has appealed for Christmas trees to be dropped off at their centre.


Waddesdon Manor light show during January

Waddesdon Manor light show during January

Waddesdon Manor light show during January

05 January 2022

Begin 2022 with sparkle and bright lights, as Waddesdon Manor extends its Winter Light programme into the new year.


Make it your goal to visit 150 Years of Reading FC exhibition

Make it your goal to visit 150 Years of Reading FC exhibition

Make it your goal to visit 150 Years of Reading FC exhibition

05 January 2022

Museum is working closely with Reading Football Club’s Supporters Trust at Reading (STAR) to create a series of events.


Sign up to Big Schools' Birdwatch 2022

Sign up to Big Schools' Birdwatch 2022

Sign up to Big Schools' Birdwatch 2022

04 January 2022

January is the start of a new term and the opportunity to take part in the RSPB's schools birdwatching event.


Burghclere Baroque's moving Messiah

Burghclere Baroque's moving Messiah

Burghclere Baroque's moving Messiah

04 January 2022

Review of concert at the Church of Ascension by Hugh Cobbe.


2022 Night sky: catch the Quadrantid meteor shower

2022 Night sky: catch the Quadrantid meteor shower

2022 Night sky: catch the Quadrantid meteor shower

02 January 2022

The Quadrantid meteor shower runs from December 26 to January 16, but will peak in the first few days of the new year.


World premiere of Spike at The Watermill

World premiere of Spike at The Watermill

World premiere of Spike at The Watermill

02 January 2022

On the 20th anniversary Spike Milligan's death, Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s new comedy opens at the Bagnor theatre.


Former Ball Hill resident DJ Janice Long has died, aged 66

Former Ball Hill resident DJ Janice Long has died, aged 66

Former Ball Hill resident DJ Janice Long has died, aged 66

01 January 2022

The DJ Janice Long, aged 66, died on Christmas Day following a short illness.


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