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What’s on in West Berkshire from February 8 to February 15


Aldworth Saturday Market and bring and buy a book sale, Aldworth Village Hall, 10.30am to 12pm.

All donations of books welcome plus potluck fruit and vegetables, groceries and sweets plus tea bar refreshments for only 50p.

Quiz night, Wash Common Community Centre, 7.30pm, £7 per team.

Maximum of five people per team. Refreshments and raffle. All money raised goes to the Maureen Church Fund for the Victoria Ward of the Royal Berkshire Hospital.


Newbury National Trust meeting, West Berks Indoor Bowls Club, Pyle Hill, 7.30pm, free to members and £3 to non-members.

Andy Thomas will give a talk on crop circles in the UK.

The Little Mermaid community performance kicks off at the Corn Exchange next Wednesday
The Little Mermaid community performance kicks off at the Corn Exchange next Wednesday


The Little Mermaid community performance, Corn Exchange, February 14 to 17, £16.25 to £20.25.

Disney’s The Little Mermaid comes to Newbury this February half term in this colourful community production. Tickets available at http://rb.gy/l234f1

Stockcross & Surroundings Historical Society talk, Sutton Hall, Church Road, 2pm, £5 to non-members.

'Shire Hall through the looking glass' by Clive Williams. Ticket price includes refreshments.

Berkshire Family History Society Newbury branch meeting, 7.30pm to 8.30pm, free to members and £5 to non-members.

A zoom meeting and talk by John Titterton titled ‘Pinpointing the origin of a surname’. Join Mr Titterton as he explains how visiting his local records office allowed him to trace his family back to the 1700s and from this evolved his one name study of the surname Titterton. The same techniques can be used to expand on your own family history. To find out more visit https://berksfhs.org/


Charity coffee morning, St Nicolas Church Hall, 10am to 12pm.

In aid of Biojemmss, a charity supporting vulnerable children and families in Uganda. Stalls will include cakes, bric a brac, tombola and African crafts.

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