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What's on January 17-January 23

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What's on January 17-January 23

St Bartholomew's School badminton club is open to all. See Tuesday


Thatcham Community Forum, St Mary’s Church meeting room, 7.15pm-9pm. Be a part of a community
conversation. Share your ideas and concerns on crime and antisocial behaviour. See how you can be involved in the solutions


Jumble sale, Burghclere Primary School, Church Lane, Burghclere, 1pm-3pm. Jumble, bottle tombola, lucky dip and refreshments.


Sunday afternoon music for all with Jon Smith, AWE Theatre, Tadley, 3pm. £8/door. Sylvia (0118) 932 3971. SATNAV to Main Gate – ask for theatre

Sunday Bible Reading, Park House School,11am. Then, every first and third Sunday each month. Tel: Zeph, 07500-317-275. E:

Newbury RBL Club tea dance, Pelican Lane, Newbury, 1.30pm-4pm. £3 including tea and biscuits


East Woodhay Local History Society; East Woodhay Hall, 8pm. Christopher Scott will talk to the society about Wining and dining in the 17th century. Non members welcome

DJKit open day, Newbury Racecourse, 4pm-11pm. DJ-ing is now part of the GCSE music curriculum. If you are interested in taking part come down to the DJKit open day to find out more. Free entry. 


St Bartholomew’s School badminton club, sports hall, 8pm-10pm. Adults only – all standards welcome. Non league club. First visit is free. Either pay by the term or on a casual basis. Just turn up or contact Barry on 07776 420140


Wednesdays at Whitway, Red Steps, Whitway, 11am-4pm. Open studio ceramics, featuring works large and small by Sally Courage, Teresa Munn, Moya Tosh and guests. Drop in to see them at work. Contact 

Jazz at Wantage, the Lamb Inn, Mill Street, Wantage , 8pm till 10.30pm. Dave Moorwood’s Rascals of Rhythm With special guest, on clarinet and saxophone, Olly Wilby. Olly is a very versatile player possessed of a prodigious technique, wide experience and a fabulous sound. He is also a very laid-back guy which may account for his being perhaps better known among players than listeners. The Rascals of Rhythm are Mike Wills and Tony Blincowe, saxes and clarinets: Geoff Barwell, piano: Mike Bennett, bass and Dave Moorwood, acoustic guitar and vocals. Enquiries phone Dave on 01235 765648 or email 

Things to do, places to go

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