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What's on this weekend in West Berkshire and North Hampshire: Classic car show at Newbury Racecourse, markets and live music

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Take advantage of the sunshine and enjoy these events in and around Newbury.


Forever Loved Horse Therapy fundraiser, Ecchinswell Village Hall, 12noon-4pm. Lots of stalls, tombola, raffle, bouncy castle, Kingsclere fire engine and some rescue ponies.

Enjoy live music at Victoria Park bandstand
Enjoy live music at Victoria Park bandstand

Jumble Sale, Padworth Village Hall, 2pm. In aid of Padworth Village Hall.

Woolhampton market, Woolhampton village hall, 10am-12noon.

Rectory Close Jammers, Victoria Park Bandstand, Newbury, 3pm-5pm.


Hungerford Food & Artisan Market, The Croft Field Centre, 10am-1pm. More than 30 local food and artisan stalls, live music, street food, cooking demo, seed and plant swap, foil recycling. Free entry.

Visit the classic car show at Newbury Racecourse on Sunday
Visit the classic car show at Newbury Racecourse on Sunday

Classic Vehicle Show, Newbury Racecourse, 10am-3.30pm. 29th annual classic vehicle show raising funds for Blood Cancer UK. Refreshments, band side stalls, autojumble. Adults £5/children under 14 free

Ramsbury village treasure trail, Ramsbury Royal British Legion, 10am-1pm. A fun family quest solving clues and exploring Ramsbury. Cafe will be open for refreshments. £2.50 adult/ £1 child/ under threes go free.

East Woodhay Band, Victoria Park bandstand, Newbury, 3pm—5pm.


Chalkfest return to Market Place Newbury on Monday
Chalkfest return to Market Place Newbury on Monday

Chalkfest, Market Place, Newbury, 10am-4pm. You will be allocated an area per household to create roughly a one metre square picture in a safe environment. It is free to chalk but CityArts asks for a donation towards the chalk if you want to enter the competition. More details at https://cityartsnewbury.co.uk/


River Pick The Lambourn, 10am-3pm. Organised by ARK. To book a place contact anna@riverkennet.org or call 07780 381709.


Stockcross & Surroundings Historical Association, The Sutton Hall, Stockcross, 2pm. David Peacock, local historian, will be presenting a Question and Answer session. Non- members are welcome, cost £5 includes refreshments. Members are free.

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