Weekly Mon to Sat: Tours of the Parish Church from mid-Mar to end-Oct, 10.45 am and 2.30 pm, giving insight into history of Church from 1200. Details / dates on posters in town, Info Centres, Church Porch, Museum and local hotels. Book private tours at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01285 659317. www.cirenparish.co.uk/Visit/Parish-Church/Tours.
Every Mon: Arts & Crafts Markets first Saturday of month 9-5pm. 01285 655645, email@example.com www.cirencester.gov.uk
Every Fri and 2nd Sat: Corinium Ales microbrewery, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. We offer you locally brewed award-winning real ales in a bottle, flagon, barrel or cask. 4-8pm. Unit 1a, The Old Kennels (aka “the doghouse”), Cirencester Park, GL7 1UR. Call Lucy on 07716 826467. firstname.lastname@example.org. coriniumales.co.uk
Every Fri and Mon: Charter Market – from 9am to 3pm. Next to the church in the Market Place. Cirencester Market and Events Officer 01285 655646, email@example.com www.cirencester.gov.uk
Every Sat: Bingham Library Trust Art Exhibition. Celebrating 200 years of Cirencester at leisure, focusing on the themes of entertainment, sport, hobbies and public events. At Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, Ciren 10-2pm. 01285 655646 and cirencester.gov.uk.
Every 2nd and 4th Sat: Farmers’ Market – from 9am to 3pm. Next to the church in the Market. Cirencester Market and Events Officer 01285 655646 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cirencester.gov.uk
Every Sat & Sun Apr to Sept: Town Walk 75-minute, 2.00pm. Meet in front of the Parish Church in the Market Place. £3.00p -children free. Also offer booked walks for groups on any day. Full details of walks from Civic Society www.ccsoc.org.uk/townwalks
Ongoing till Fri 25 Oct: Loud and Clear. Exhibition of Contemporary Glass at New Brewery Arts. It’s a great privilege for NBA to present this collection of glass selected by the National Glass Centre. Artists include: Scott Benefield, Heike Brachlow, Effie Burns, James Devereux, Erin Dickson, Choi Keeryong, Monette Larson, James Maskrey, Joanne Mitchell, Helen Pailing, Jeffrey Sarmiento, Ayako Tani, Angela Thwaites, Emma Woffenden and Jeff Zimmer. Open Mon-Sat 9-5pm, Sun 10-4pm. www.newbreweryarts.org.uk
Sat 31 Aug & Sun 1 Sep: Pickled Dog Festival, Greyhound Inn, Siddington. Charity Music & Beer Festival from 12pm each day. Live Music, Beer, Burgers, Refreshments, Stalls, Bouncy Castle and more! Great weekend’s entertainment.
Sun 1 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. From Cotswold Farm Park to Kineton and Guiting Power. Returning through Barton. 5.5 miles. Travel £3. Mike & Rosemary Bailey 01666 577755 OTD 07870 976315. Meet Waterloo Car Park 9.15am for 9.30am start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Sun 1 Sep: Open Auditions for Phoenix Revue Panto, The Wizard of Oz. At The Bingham Hall. All ages – from 6 to 106! “Munchkin Chorus” (approx 6-12yrs) 10:30-12pm, “Ensemble” (approx 12-16yrs) 1-2:30pm and “Principal Cast” (approx 16+yrs) 3-4:30pm. Details from email@example.com and Facebook The Phoenix Revue Company.
Sun 1 Sep: Siddington Village Show, Village Hall Siddington 2-4pm. Entry forms from Siddington PO and Shop. Submit by Friday 30th Aug, bring exhibits by 11am. Lots of stalls games and refreshments. Enqs to Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tues 3 Sep: Open meeting to discuss the creation of a Friends of St. John Baptist Churchyard 7.30pm at the Parish Centre, Gosditch Street Cirencester. All welcome. Details John Tiffney email@example.com 01285 652483.
Wed 4 Sep: Victorian Home Behind the Scenes with Caroline Morris, 11-12pm. Museum Resource Centre, Northleach. Explore the 19th century home through the museum’s reserve collections. After a tour of the Centre, look room by room; the Victorian home was filled with things both recognisable and unusual. £7.25 pa, £6.25 members. 12 max. Booking req’d. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org
Wed 4 Sep: Light Painting Networking Event hosted by Kay Ransom Photography at the Cirencester Growth Hub 4-6pm. Calling local business folk and photographers! Get together for free drinks and nibbles whilst I’m running a trial of my new painting with light workshop. Feel free to watch or join in, it should be good fun! Pop along for as long or short as you’d like. Limited places, so please book here, www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/light-painting-with-kay-ransom-photography-tickets
Wed 4 Sep: Ashton Keynes Rural Cinema. Film show 1st Wed of month. Tickets £4.00, on door or in advance from AK village shop or White Hart pub. 7 for 7.30 start. Large screen and bar. Info and film details Daphne 01285 861541.
Fri 6 Sep: Talk “World War 2 in Cirencester” by Peter Grace at Cirencester Probus, the retired man’s oasis of calm! Meets 10am, St Peter’s Court, St Peter’s Road. Coffee and a speaker. All welcome. Contact Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110 firstname.lastname@example.org. cirencesterprobus.org
Fri 6 Sep: Treasure Island presented by Chapterhouse Theatre Company in St Michael’s Park, Cirencester, 7pm. Tickets and info from Ciren Information Centre 01285 655646 or See Tickets 0871 2200260 or www.seetickets.com. Adult £16 / Child £11 / Family £46 (2 adults + 2 kids). Gates open 5.30pm. Please bring your own rugs and low backed seating.
Sat 7 Sep: Twenty Years of Corinium Players Guitar Ensemble! Celebration Concert and Supper. At Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane, GL7 1YE 5pm. Tickets £10, Under 12s £5. From Sandra & Trevor Dukes email@example.com.
Sat 7 Sep: Ceilidh with the Bursledon Village Band at Tetbury Goods Shed. 7.30-11pm. The Bursledon Village Band was formed in early 1977, mainly to play for local barn dances. Tickets £11 from shed-arts.co.uk.
Sun 8 Sep: 2nd Cirencester Classic Car Show in aid of Cirencester Housing for Young People (CHYP). To be held in the Market Place, Ciren. To book a place call 01285 644214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. cirencestercarshow.com
Sun 8 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. From Miserden Nursery via a beautiful lake. 6.5 miles. Travel £3. Gill Capocciama 07967 872210. Meet Waterloo Car Park 9.15am for 9.30am start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Tues 10 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. From Waterloo car park past Corinium Museum and Open Air Pool. Stratton and on to Baunton village before returning to Cirencester. 4 miles. Steve & Kathryn Meredith 01285 659165 OTD 07502 281184. Meet Waterloo Car Park 6.15pm for 6.30pm start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Wed 11 Sep: Listening Heart Friendship Group, meets 2nd Wed of month, choice of two locations, Elm Grove Nursing Home at 4.30-6.30pm or the Bothy, Ashcroft Road at 7- 8.30pm. For anyone who has suffered a bereavement, divorce, loss of a job or any other loss. Call Dulcie on 07964 290933 / email@example.com
Wed 11 Sep: Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Networking Meeting 6-8pm at Ingleside House, Beeches Road. Please bring business cards and a guest! Visitors welcome. First two visits free. Register at cirencesterchamber.org.uk. Membership from £50 per annum. Enqs Claire Wardell Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org / 07896 297738
Thur 12 Sep: Stratton Probus Club. New members are welcome to join us at Cirencester Golf Club (Cheltenham Road, GL7 7BH) for coffee at 9.45 followed by a talk entitled “Flying is not a game for women, the excellent work of the ladies of Air Transport Auxiliary during WW2” by Peter Donovan. For further information contact David Birch 07967 665430 or email email@example.com.
Thur 12 Sep: Saxon Treasures Afternoon Talk with James Harris, 2-3.30pm. James will present some of the best tools, jewels and treasures of this period for you to see, hold and feel. £7.25 pa, £6.25 members. Booking req’d 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org t
Thur 12 Sep: Thelma & Louise Corinium Cinema, 7pm. One of the greatest road movies of all time. Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon as two women who embark on a crime spree across the American southwest. Cert: 15 Run time: 2 hr. 04 min. £6.70 pa, £5.70 conc. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org
Fri 13 Sep: Talk “From Wireless to Radio” by Tim Blackmore at Cirencester Probus, the retired man’s oasis of calm! Meets 10am, St Peter’s Court, St Peter’s Road. Coffee and a speaker. All welcome. Contact Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110 firstname.lastname@example.org. cirencesterprobus.org
Fri 13 Sep: 10am, Guided walk with a ranger, through the Sherborne Park Estate. The walk goes off the beaten track to areas that aren’t usually accessible and shows you some of the sites and wildlife that BBC Two’s Springwatch made famous. £5 per adult, pre-booking essential – please call 01451 844257 to book. nationaltrust.org.uk/lodgepark
Fri 13 Sep: South Cerney Art Group first Meeting of new Season. Meetings are in the Village Hall, Friday mornings. 10-12.30pm, Sep–June, with an exhibition in May. New members very welcome call Gill 01285 650326
Fri 13 to Sun 15 Sep: Heritage Open Days. Lots of events, walks and buildings open for free – New this year includes Weavers Hall in Thomas Street – see full details on leaflet available from Information Offices or on websites heritageopendays.org.uk and ccsoc.org.uk
Fri 13 to Sun 15 Sep: Project Black Jack, Display. This exciting project aiming to restore two statues to the tower of the Parish Church will be explained in the display in the Parish church over Heritage Open Weekend.
Sat 14 Sep: Tours of Bingham Gallery Building, I dyer Street, Ciren, GL7 2PP, as part of Heritage Open Days at 11am and 12pm. 01285 655646, email@example.com, www.binghamlibrarytrust.org.uk
Sat 14 Sep: Cirencester Repair Café first autumn session. At The Bothy, 12 Ashcroft Road, Cirencester GL7 1QX 10:30 – 1 pm. Bob Irving, firstname.lastname@example.org 01285 650281
Sat 14 Sep: Bat Talk & Walk at the amphitheatre. AQIVA is hosting this as part of Heritage Open Days. Led by Melanie Dodd. Starts 6.30pm with a talk about bats in the Scout Hut on Cotswold Ave, Cirencester (GL7 1XW). Then a walk around the amphitheatre to look for bats at dusk. Please bring a torch! Children to be accompanied by a responsible adult. Details email@example.com
Sun 15 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. Starting at Waterpark Gateway Centre to Cerney Wick via Churn Pool. Round Cerney Wick Sailing Club. Disused railway track to South Cerney, onto Claymeadow Farm. Back along disused Thames & Severn Canal. 6.5 miles. Travel £3. Andrew & John Hartley 01793 750630 OTD 0789 9629911. Meet Waterloo Car Park 9.15am for 9.30am start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk
Sun 15 Sep: Cheltenham Triathlon for LINC (The Leukaemia & Intensive Chemotherapy Fund) and Sandford Parks Lido. Swim 400m, Cycle 10km, Run 2.5km. 10am start. Book a place at sandfordparkslido.org.uk. Sponsor forms from lincfund.org
Sun 15 Sep: The Feoffees of Tetbury – Dr Tony Walsh explains. 2-3.30pm. Dr Tony Walsh guides you through the history of Tetbury and how the Feoffees came to be, what they represent and how they care for in the town. Tickets from shed-arts.co.uk
Sun 15 Sep: Heritage Open Day at Corinium Museum, 2-5pm. As part of the national Heritage Open Days scheme, the museum will be free. Try out our family fun trail, with a prize at the end. £1 per children’s trail. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org
Sun 15 Sep: Open Mic Sunday, 7.30-9.30pm. The third Sunday of every month at the Shed for singers, musicians and poets. Call MC Heather Bristow to reserve time slot 01666 503946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start. Tickets £5 payable on door or from shed-arts.co.uk or 01666 505496. Check website for all events.
Mon 16 Sep: ” Hill forts of the Cotswolds” an illustrated talk by Sean Campbell at Ashcroft Centre, Ashcroft Road (new venue) at 7.30pm. Visitors welcome £3.00pp see www.ccsoc.org.uk for more details.
Tues 17 Sep: Inspirational National Trust Walk. 2pm – 4pm ‘I leave this place to you, for ever, for everyone’, Come along, be inspired and take a walk behind the scenes and discover how you could do something amazing. Considering a gift in your will is an incredible way to make a lasting difference to a place that’s special to you, we will show you the difference a gift could make. All our welcome at this free event; info SWlegacy@nationaltrust.org.uk or call Wendy 01208 26521, Lodge Park, Aldsworth, GL54 3PP. nationaltrust.org.uk/lodgepark
Tues 17 Sep: Insects & Botanical Art – The Power of Transformation, talk and demonstration by renowned conservationist Cath Hodsman, Artist in Residence – Nature in Art & Kew Gardens. Hosted by Lechlade Art Society. 2-4 pm in the Pavilion by new Memorial Hall, Lechlade. Cath’s passion for her subject is riveting and infectious! Visitors welcome £4. Large free car park by venue. Enqs: JohnSir@hotmail.co.uk
Thur 19 Sep: Cirencester Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Meeting 7.15-9am at Tierra & Mar, 29 Sheep Street, Ciren. GL7 1QW. Please bring business cards and a guest! Visitors welcome. First two visits free. Register at cirencesterchamber.org.uk. Membership from £50 per annum. Enqs Claire Wardell Secretary email@example.com / 07896 297738
Thur 19 Sep: Illustrated talk, Brunel’s SS Great Britain by Ian Caskie which tells the remarkable story from her original design and launch in 1843, her working life, the salvage and return to Bristol in 1970 and the restoration, preservation and ‘re-launch’ as a multi-award-winning museum of international renown. Visitors and guests are welcome. Tea, biscuits and a raffle. SIDDINGTON with PRESTON WI meets this month at Elizabeth Way Meeting Room, Siddington 7.30pm. More info from Ann 01285 641469.
Fri 20 Sep: Club Outing to The Bugatti Trust. Cirencester Probus, the retired man’s oasis of calm! Meets 10am, St Peter’s Court, St Peter’s Road. Coffee and a speaker. All welcome. Contact Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110 firstname.lastname@example.org. cirencesterprobus.org
Sat 21 Sep: Comedy at the Shed, 8-10pm. The Goods Shed Comedy is back and yup, comedy, comedy, comedy, comedy, that’s what we’ve got for you! Tickets £5 from shed-arts.co.uk
Sat 21 & Sun 22 Sep: Swindon Open Studios in Lechlade! Twelve members of Lechlade Art Society will be taking part in an art demonstration as part of Swindon Open Studios. This weekend only, 10 am – 5 pm. At The Pavilion, Lechlade on the same site as the New Memorial Hall. Plenty of free parking. Admission free. Refreshments will be available. See artists in action and talk to them about their work. Original paintings, prints and cards for sale. Come along with your friends to support these local artists.
Sun 22 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. Radcot to Kelmscot on the D’Arcy Dalton Way returning via The Thames Path. 6 miles. (12 stiles) Travel £3. Bob Scott 07807 936674. Meet Waterloo Car Park 9.15am for 9.30am start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Tues 24 Sep: Bat Talk. 5pm – 8.30pm. All about bats, nature talk and tea. Dr Elizabeth Pimley will talk about the 18 species of bat that live in the UK, how they live, the threats they face and how they’re monitored. The talk will be followed by a buffet dinner, followed by a walk to see the bats emerge from the roost at dusk. Tickets £34 per person, please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lodgepark or call 0344 249 1895 to book.
Tues 24 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. Kingshill Meadow, Preston Church and across fields to Dobbies. Then through the historic HA to Siddington, back along the canal. 4 miles. Stuart Dyer 01285 651009 OTD07919 333152. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Wed 25 Sep: Macmillan Natter & Chatter Coffee Mornings. 4th Wed of every month. Everyone welcome. A great way to meet new friendly faces. Drop in at the Toro Lounge, Cricklade Street, Cirencester, 10-12pm for a coffee and a chat. Stay as long as you like. Bring along your friends. Info from Jenny Jarvis on 07917 037960.
Wed 25 Sep: Positive Clarity Anxiety Support Group meets 4th Wed of month at the Bothy, Ashcroft road at 7- 8.30pm. All sufferers of anxiety and stress welcome. Call Dulcie on 07964 290933 / email@example.com
Wed 25 Sep: “Chinese Court Costume of the Qinq dynasty” an illustrated talk by David Rosier for the Arts Society Corinium- at 7.30pm in The Baptist Church, Chesterton Lane, Cirencester, GL7 1YE. Visitors welcome £7.00pp -free parking and refreshments. See website www.theartssocietycorinium.org.uk
Thur 26 Sep: AQIVA (Friends of Amphitheatre, Querns Woods & Four Acre Field) Meeting (Committee meet 4th Thursday each month) 7pm, at Chesterton Primary School. If interested, contact Alison, firstname.lastname@example.org 01285 651765.
Thur 26 Sep: Gods, Priests and Worshippers in Roman Britain Evening Lecture with Professor Miranda Aldhouse-Green, 7-8.30pm. This talk explores the way in which Britannia adjusted to the new Roman religious cults and ritual practices brought in by the army and others from the Classical world, as Britain became a Roman province. Early Christianity. Despite its monotheism, deeply opposed to pagan deities, archaeological evidence suggests a measure of Christian tolerance. £7.25 pa, £6.25 members. Booking Rec’d. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.or
Thur 26 Sep: Beeswax Wraps Adult Event with Rebecca Shellenberger, 7-9pm. An calm evening with refreshments and social chat. Plastic is bad for the environment. Craft these eco-friendly and entirely practical cling film alternatives for sandwiches cakes and other edibles. Bring a bottle or flask of coffee. £10 pa, £8 members. Booking rec’d. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org
Fri 27 Sep: Talk “The Home Guard” by Bill King at Cirencester Probus, the retired man’s oasis of calm! Meets 10am, St Peter’s Court, St Peter’s Road. Coffee and a speaker. All welcome. Contact Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110 email@example.com. cirencesterprobus.org
Fri 27 Sep: 10am, Guided walk with a ranger, through the Sherborne Park Estate. The walk goes off the beaten track to areas that aren’t usually accessible and shows you some of the sites and wildlife that BBC Two’s Springwatch made famous. £5 per adult, pre-booking essential – please call 01451 844257 to book. nationaltrust.org.uk/lodgepark
Fri 27 Sep: Local Choirs Concert to Raise Funds for a Defibrillator. Four choirs from Cirencester and South Cerney perform at a special concert at Ciren Baptist Church to raise money for a defibrillator for the town’s industrial estate and people who live nearby. Organised by Choirinium, from Chesterton, it includes Singtastic, the Ciren community choir, Singing for Fun, and the Blue Notes – renowned women’s choir – both based in South Cerney. Info and ticket details to come.
Sat 28 Sep: Cirencester Twilight Markets 5pm -10pm. In Market Place, Ciren. Cirencester Market and Events Officer 01285 655646, firstname.lastname@example.org / www.cirencester.gov.uk
Sat 28 Sep: Swindon Male Voice Choir at Ashcroft Church 7.30pm. Tickets £8, from Tourist Information Office, email@example.com or Anne 01285 860291. The choir are in their Centenary year and the concert will be a memorable evening of music.
Sat 28 and Sun 29 Sep: Annual Exhibition and Sale of Work by MINETY ART CLUB. In Minety Village Hall, 10am till 5pm. Entrance is free! There will be work in progress tables with members to answer any questions and show “Tricks of the Trade” in various media. Also plenty of opportunity for visitors to have a go. Refreshments will be on sale.
Sat 28 & Sun 29 Sep: Rural Cinema, 2.15pm. We take part in the Rural Cinema Scheme. Films are released 4-6 weeks in advance. For film titles contact the Corinium Museum or visit our website. £5.80 pa, £4.95 conc. 01285 655611. coriniummuseum.org
Sun 29 Sep: CIRENCESTER RAMBLERS. Knap Hill to Alton Barnes, following Kennet and Avon canal to Stanton St Bernard. Then climb Milk Hill to highest point in Wiltshire before following the Wansdyke back to start. 6.5 miles. Travel £4. Gill Capocciama 07967 872210. Meet Waterloo Car Park 9.15am for 9.30am start. RA Dogs Only. Visitors welcome. Details cirencesterramblers.org.uk.
Sun 29 Sep: Bristol Ensemble tea-time concert, 3:00 pm, Christ Church, New Market Road, Nailsworth GL6 0DQ. Suk Piano Trio in C minor Op.2, Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op.97 ‘Archduke’, Roger Huckle violin, Harriet Wiltshire cello and Paul Israel piano. The new season opens with a pair of Piano Trios from the 19th century, performed by the professional musicians of the Bristol Ensemble. Tickets £10 on the door
Sun 29 Sep: The Greyhound Pub Quiz is the last Sunday of each month with some great prizes and a guaranteed fun night for everyone. Starts 8.30pm. The Greyhound Inn, Siddington. 01285 653573. www.thegreyhound-inn.co.uk
Wed 2 Oct: UTRNTA Talk “The Leveller Revolution”. The Speaker is John Rees. Lechlade Memorial Hall, Oak St., GL7 3AY at 2:30pm. £3 members, £4 visitors including Tea/Coffee and Biscuits. Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thur 3 to Sun 6 Oct: Tetbury Classical Music Festival held at St Mary’s Church and Tetbury Goods Shed Art Centre. Derek Paravicini Quartet with Hannah Davey; The Aronowitz Trio – Tom Poster, Guy and Magnus Johnston; VOCES8 – a cappella; Dame Felicity Lott -afternoon recital; Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov. Tickets from £10. Box Office 0333 666 3366. Or visit Tetbury Info Centre. Go to tetburymusicfestival.org/ for more information.
Fri 4 Oct: Talk “Thomas Telford, Master Engineer” by Bjorn Watson at Cirencester Probus, the retired man’s oasis of calm! Meets 10am, St Peter’s Court, St Peter’s Road. Coffee and a speaker. All welcome. Contact Malcolm Lewis 01285 644110 email@example.com. cirencesterprobus.org
Sat 5 Oct: The Big Draw at Bingham House, 1 Dyer Street, Cirencester. 10-2pm. Drop in event by Bingham Library Trust. Celebrating 200 years of Cirencester at leisure, focusing on the themes of entertainment, sport, hobbies and public events.
Tues 15 Oct: Talk and Demonstration, by Dr Caroline Palmer of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Falling Out of History. About Women Artists from Elisabeth Sirani to Lizzie Siddal. 2-4 pm in the Pavillion by Memorial Hall, Lechlade. Lechlade Art Society. Non-members welcome £4. Large free car park. Details from John, firstname.lastname@example.org. lechladeartsociety.co.uk
Sat 9 Nov: Macmillan Bangers & Mash Quiz Night at the Bingham Hall, King Street, Ciren. 7.30pm prompt! Bar & Raffle. Extra parking in Old Watermoor School. Tickets £10.50, and info from Rosemary Elphick on 01285 652914, or Jenny Jarvis on 07917 037960, and Alexcars office, Love Lane.
Sat 16 Nov: Macmillan Christmas Fayre in Cirencester Parish Church 11-4pm. Free entry. Meet Olaf from Frozen! Soup, mince pies, tea, coffee and cake all day. – we are still after pretty mugs, gift bags, and soft toys. If you are able to donate, please drop these into Alexcars office, Love Lane. Thank you. Booking forms for a table are now available please contact Ann Webley email@example.com