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3:51pm Thursday 3rd October 2013
CHURCH GIFT DAY - More than £1,900 was donated to St Edward’s church, Knighton during its annual gift day. The church is still trying to raise enough money to get a new heating system. This money donated on gift day will go towards the heating funds and other essential needs of the church. Some of the money from last year’s gift day went towards improvements being made to the entrance to the church and churchyard.
3:49pm Thursday 3rd October 2013
3:48pm Thursday 3rd October 2013
3:46pm Thursday 3rd October 2013
QUIZ NIGHT - With fish and chips and other supper options, October 11 at the village hall. Come and support your local surgery, raising funds for Kingstone Surgery Charitable Trust – which does make a difference. Doors open 7pm, arrive early to book a meal.
3:46pm Thursday 3rd October 2013
KATS - A meeting of Kingsland Amateur Theatrical Society will be held in the village hall today (Thursday) at 7pm with a view to re-forming KATS and doing a production. Anyone interested is very welcome to come along.
3:21pm Thursday 26th September 2013
3:18pm Thursday 26th September 2013
WORLD’S BIGGEST COFFEE MORNING - As part of the event the Knighton Macmillan Cancer Support group will be holding a coffee morning at the church hall, Knighton, tomorrow (Friday) from 10.20am to noon. All money raised will go towards helping local people and their families suffering with cancer.
3:17pm Thursday 26th September 2013
MUSEUM - The 2014 calendar is now available from Jane's Parlour and the museum. All proceeds will be used to ensure that the museum remains operational for another year. A bargain at £6. There is a limited print run of 100.
3:15pm Thursday 26th September 2013
3:14pm Thursday 26th September 2013
3:21pm Thursday 19th September 2013
3:19pm Thursday 19th September 2013
3:13pm Thursday 19th September 2013
KINGTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - The next meeting is today (Thursday), at 7.30pm in the Masonic Hall, Headbrook, Kington. The speaker is Dr Keith Ferguson on Trilliums and Woodland Plants of North America. Doors open at 7pm and visitors are welcome at a charge of £2. There is a raffle and coffee available. For more details, call 01544 327195.
3:11pm Thursday 19th September 2013
AFRICAN EVENING - The Cage Brook parishes' African evening will take place in Eaton Bishop Village Hall from 7pm on Saturday, to raise money for the Hegongo School in Tanzania (the school sponsored by the Abbeydore Deanery). A Tanzanian-style meal will be served, and African-style clothing will be worn by those who are able. A few hymns in the Swahili language are being performed by a ‘choir’ of local volunteers.
3:26pm Thursday 12th September 2013
WHIST - A whist drive held recently in Llanbister community hall was well attended. Winners were Helen Hughes, Iona Layton, Janice Davies, Kath Hardwick, Robert Jones, Mabel Evans, Bill Rees, Edith Conway, Mair Jones and Gwyn Morgan. Raffle winners: Kath Hardwick, Jenny Davies, Gwyn Morgan, Edith Conway, Mair Evans and Cath Williams. Olwen Bowen thanked everyone for attending and Gwyn Morgan for being the MC.
3:25pm Thursday 12th September 2013
FLICKS IN THE STICKS - Presents Quartet, certificate 12, tomorrow (Friday). Doors open 7pm, film starts 7.30pm. Tickets on the door are £4 adults, £2.50 children. For more information, call 01432 840760.
3:20pm Thursday 12th September 2013
TEA PARTY - In aid of Macmillan, takes place at Lingen village hall on September 27, from 3pm-5pm. There will be gentle live music, home-made items for sale, a raffle, plus more. Entry is £5. For further details, call Sue Spence on 01568 770636.
3:18pm Thursday 12th September 2013
3:16pm Thursday 12th September 2013
KINGTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - The next meeting is next Thursday, September 19, at 7.30pm in the Masonic hall, Headbrook, Kington. The speaker is Dr Keith Ferguson on Trilliums and Woodland Plants of north America. Doors open at 7pm and visitors are welcome, £2. There is a raffle and coffee available. The contact number is 01544 327195.
3:14pm Thursday 12th September 2013
3:11pm Thursday 12th September 2013
CHURCH FUND-RAISER - St Michael and All Angels’ Church is desperately trying to raise funds for the day-to-day running of the church and was horrified when the church architect discovered that there were even more things needing to be done and which were much more urgent than the work that is already underway. Interior scaffolding is now up to protect visitors from the danger of falling masonry and decorative glass, both of which date back to the 13th century.
2:49pm Thursday 5th September 2013
LLANWARNE VINTAGE 50s AND CIDER FETE - Grand fancy dress parade starts 2pm on Saturday. Skittles, dog show, duck race, tug of war, splat the rat, cider and cake, vintage stalls, sack race, book stall, cake stall, ice creams, children’s competitions, welly wanging, strong man competition, and other competitions include decorated cup cakes, vintage style photograph, and vegetable animal. Saturday, 2pm-5pm. Entrance fee £2 adults (fancy dress half price), children free. Refreshments available.
2:24pm Thursday 5th September 2013
2:22pm Thursday 5th September 2013
TEME SPIRITS - The light entertainment group from Knighton has announced the title of its next performance. Farewell Frocks and Footlights is a musical written by Hilary Baker, Carole Pigram and Katie Mohamed. The group is looking for more young people to join the cast. Anyone interested in taking part in the performance at the beginning of February must be aged 16 by the date of the show. Rehearsals have started at the community centre on Tuesdays at 7.30pm. For more information, call 01547 528406.
2:20pm Thursday 5th September 2013
11:27am Friday 9th August 2013
SPECIAL SERVICE - In the Bryn Barn, on August 11 at 8pm, a special service will take place. It will focus on farming with a harvest theme and will support the Farming Community Network (FCN). Light refreshments will be provided. Everyone welcome.
11:15am Friday 9th August 2013
KADOS - The group be performing its final summer charity concert this year on August 31 at St Michael's Church, Munslow, near Craven Arms at 7.30pm. This will be a Gilbert and Sullivan evening with songs from The Pirates of Penzance, Trial by Jury, HMS Pinafore and other favourite Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.
11:13am Friday 9th August 2013
9:52am Friday 2nd August 2013
LITTLE HEREFORD FETE – August 10 in the glorious setting of Easton court ( A456). Birds of prey display and ferret racing, novelty dog show (just turn up with your dog), activities, time rider, stalls, teas, grand draw etc.
9:49am Friday 2nd August 2013
TEME VALLEY VINTAGE RALLY – The annual Teme Valley Vintage Club rally will take place tomorrow (Friday) at Llanshay Farm, Knighton, by permission of Mr and Mrs P Price and family. At the event there will be displays and a parade of vintage tractors, lorries, cars and motorcycles. There will also be a display by local axe men, ferret racing, an organ, refreshments, a bar and other attractions.
9:48am Friday 2nd August 2013
CHARITY LUNCH BOX – At noon on Wednesday there will be a charity lunch in Kingstone Village Hall in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The lunch box will provide a roast lunch, with a raffle, bingo, Play your Cards Right game and tea.
9:31am Friday 2nd August 2013
11:45am Friday 26th July 2013
ART AND CRAFT - There is an exhibition and sale at Lingen Village Hall from August 24-26, 11am-6pm (5pm Monday). Free entry with refreshments available. See paintings, drawings, photographs and craft work. Art and craft entry forms are now available to download from lingen.org.uk.
11:36am Friday 26th July 2013
SCHOOL FUND-RAISING – Six members of staff at Knighton Primary School have handed £1,200 to four charities. Pauline Vogel, Kirsty Dewhurst, Mandy Evans, Ann Taylor, Vanessa Gibbons and Edith Wood have been raising money for cancer charities for the last four years and have raised about £7,000 in that time. Events included sponsored walks, school sleepovers, providing refreshments at local sheep dog trials, a fun day and quiz nights. They also had support from two local pubs – the landlady of the Royal George at Lingen presented them with £445.50 from quiz nights and they also received several hundred pounds from Gaynor Taylor at the Crown Inn, Dilwyn, raised from quiz nights and raffles. The four charities to benefit this year are the Royal Shrewsbury Breast Cancer Unit, St Michael’s Hospice, Cheltenham General Hospital and the Macmillan Renton Unit. All received £300. On behalf of the six, Vanessa Gibbons thanked everyone for their donations and support.
11:29am Friday 26th July 2013
11:28am Friday 26th July 2013
11:43am Friday 19th July 2013
DANCING FOR FUN - Whatever your age, physical and mental exercise is important for wellbeing and dancing is a fun, social way to keep fit. For those who enjoy modern ballroom or old time dancing, or for new starters, dances are held on the first and third Thursday of each month, 8pm-10.15pm, at Little Hereford village hall. For more information, ring Brian Thomas on 01568 616819.
11:41am Friday 19th July 2013
10:25am Friday 5th July 2013
10:24am Friday 5th July 2013
SUMMER BAZAAR AND CAR BOOT – At Kingstone Village Hall on Saturday, 1pm-4pm. Stalls and boots £5. To book a place, please contact Mrs Harding on 01981 251329. Everything is in aid of village hall funds.
10:35am Friday 28th June 2013
OPEN MORNING - For prospective and current families at Little Orchard Nursery, Kington. Monday from 9.30am to 11.30am. Come along and see the activities that the children engage in and what they are learning about at the nursery. All welcome. For more information, call 01544 231051.
9:59am Friday 21st June 2013
9:56am Friday 21st June 2013
KINGTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - The next meeting is today (Thursday) at 7.30pm in the Masonic Hall, Headbrook. The speaker is Roger Umpelby on Fruit and Vegetables - Buying Convenience or Growing Satisfaction. The doors open at 7pm.
Knighton singing for fun, coffee morning, church services, grand concert, coronation tea, carwash and much more
10:06am Friday 14th June 2013
10:04am Friday 14th June 2013
10:02am Friday 14th June 2013
10:17am Friday 7th June 2013
FESTIVAL WEEKEND - As part of this event a choral workshop to sing and perform Mozart’s Requiem Mass will take place on July 14, at Clodock church. Check in at 2.30pm, workshop from 3pm-4.30pm followed by tea and performance at 6pm. The conductor is Sir Richard Mynors and organist Mr John Jenkin.
10:15am Friday 7th June 2013
Knighton coronation celebration, pilgrimage,carnival princess attendants, community market, car wash, church services, Teme gardening club and much more
10:05am Friday 7th June 2013
CORONATION CELEBRATION - There will be a special coronation tea at the church hall, Knighton tomorrow (Friday) starting at 3pm. Adults £5. At the same time in St Edward’s church there will be several floral exhibits to mark the occasion. For more information, call 01547 520739.
10:03am Friday 7th June 2013
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