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What's On August 9-15

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What's On August 9-15

Reptiles and mini beasts event at Nature Discovery Centre. See Wednesday

THURSDAY AUGUST 9

To August 19, Hebborns Family Funfair, all day, Victoria Park

FRIDAY AUGUST 10

And tomorrow, Led Zeppelin tribute double nighter at Hungerford Town Hall, doors open 6pm. Midnight curfew

Messy Museum Day, 10am to 3pm. Weat Berkshire Museum, Newbury. Make a Roman oil lamp out of air-drying clay. You can then go and find the real thing on display in the museum. £2 per child. For 4-11 year olds but younger and older children are welcome. No need to book, drop in. Dress for mess – disposable aprons will be provided for the messier activities. Price: £2

Fantastic Fridays Blooming Brilliant, 11am to 2.30pm, Nature Discovery Centre, Lower Way, Thatcham. Craft-based session for children aged four years and above, or adults. Make your own paper bouquet and learn some fascinating flower facts. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Price: £4 per person

To Sunday, Retro Festival, Newbury Showground. A celebration of all things vintage from the 1930s to the 1990s. For tickets and more information visit www.retrofestival.co.uk 

SATURDAY AUGUST 11

Electric Vehicle Drive, Deanwood Park and Golf Club, Stockcross, Newbury, 10am-6pm

The Eight Bells for Mental Health jumble sale, The Friends Meeting House, 10am-2pm. Pop along to have a rumble through the jumble, a go on the raffle and light refreshments

SUNDAY AUGUST 12

The 26th Annual Classic Vehicle Show, Newbury College, 10am to 4.30pm. raising funds for Bloodwise charity, formerly known as Leukaemia Research. The show attracts a wide variety of classic cars and commercial vehicles. A very friendly show organised by West Berks Classic Vehicle Club. Adults £6

MONDAY AUGUST 13

To Friday, Sonar Productions Presents: A play in a week, Beenham Primary School, 10am-4pm with a performance on Friday at 3pm. Based on the best selling novel The Worst Witch. For 8-14 years olds. £120 for the week – sibling discount. For more information visit: www.sonarproductionsltd.co.uk or email: sonarproductionsltd@gmail.com 

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15

Tad Newton’s Jazz Friends, Zelda’s Jazz Room in the Comrades Club, Newbury Street, Wantage, 8pm till 10.30 pm. Tickets on the door £12 (enquiries please phone 01235 765648 or email dave@dave-moorwood.co.uk

Reptiles and Mini-beasts, Nature Discovery Centre, Thatcham, 10am- 4pm. Get up close and personal to rare and unusual creatures, including snakes, ranging from the milksnake all the way up to a four-metre-long Burmese python, Goliath bird eating tarantula and an Emperor scorpion, tortoises and African giant millipedes. Children must be three years plus and accompanied by an adult who has also booked a place. £5 per person. www.bbowt.org.uk/nature-discovery-centre 

Glorious gardens, Shaw House, 10am-3.30pm. Make a collage of a Tudor garden on a panel or canvas using a variety of craft materials. Free Tudor-themed activity trail available too. £2 per child. For 4-11 year olds, but younger and older children welcome. No need to book, drop in. www.westberkshireheritage.org/whats-on 

If you have an event you would like to be included in What's on, email report@newburynews.co.uk please remember to include date, time and place of the event and contact details. The deadline is Friday in the week before publication