Berkshire Life - - THIS MONTH -

Timed en­try to Na­tional Trust’s Clive­den and Basil­don Park

En­joy the au­tumn land­scapes at these Na­tional Trust prop­er­ties. na­tion­al­

Black His­tory Month on­line at West Berkshire Mu­seum Ac­claimed ac­tor-poet Vic­tor Richards presents a spo­ken word per­for­mance in­clud­ing his re­cent three spo­ken word mu­sic videos of Win­drush themes. west­berk­shire­

Pretty Woman Drive-in Screen­ing at Was­ing Park, Al­der­mas­ton, Read­ing

Join The Star & Mouse for a drivein screen­ing of Pretty Woman at Was­ing Park. Pre­pare your­self for DJ sets, car bingo, quizzes, live mu­sic and food and drinks as a lit­tle pre-film en­ter­tain­ment. starand­

Con­tem­po­rary Art

Fair at Sandown Park Race­course, Esher

With art­work from £40 to £4,000, and work­shops and demon­stra­tions from lead­ing artists and gal­leries. con­tem­po­rar­yart­

Hunger­ford Food and Ar­ti­san Mar­ket

The Hunger­ford Food Fes­ti­val has now been scaled down to be a mar­ket at the Croft Field. hunger­ford­food­fes­ti­

Green­ham Com­mon

Bird Walk

Graeme Ste­wart leads a monthly walk ex­plor­ing the diversity of birds on the com­mon through the year. Meet at the Con­trol Tower car park at 10am.

Lord Vampyre’s Brick or Treat, LE­GOLAND® Wind­sor Re­sort

Bring your lit­tle mon­sters to the LE­GOLAND® Wind­sor Re­sort for the most spook-tac­u­lar event of the year. Lord Vampyre is throw­ing the ul­ti­mate Hal­loween party with many fang-tas­tic ac­tiv­i­ties – plus the rides, live shows and at­trac­tions. le­

Hallo’welly’ween at Welling­ton Coun­try

Park, Rise­ley

En­joy spooky go­ings-on and all the usual ac­tiv­i­ties and play ar­eas at this glo­ri­ous coun­try park. welling­ton-coun­

Hal­loween Ram­ble in Eton On this fam­ily friendly ram­ble with Wind­sor comic Martin Cab­ble-Reid, you’ll hear some lo­cal ghost sto­ries and visit spooky points of in­ter­est. ram­ble­

Amaz­ing Bub­ble Man at Court­yard The­atre, Nor­den Farm

Louis Pearl thrills au­di­ences with the art, magic, sci­ence and fun of bub­bles. He com­bines com­edy and artistry with au­di­ence par­tic­i­pa­tion and enough tricks to keep ev­ery­one mes­merised. nor­

Myra Dubois – Dead

Funny at Nor­den Farm

Myra brings for­ward her fu­neral to make sure peo­ple get it right! A sar­donic side-eye at death, dy­ing and the the­atrics of grief, di­rect from sell-out runs at Ed­in­burgh Fringe and Syd­ney Opera House. nor­

Fire­works Spec­tac­u­lar Fam­ily Race­day at As­cot The Jumps sea­son re­turns to As­cot with a bang, as a day of rac­ing is fol­lowed by a huge fire­works dis­play, plus free fair­ground rides, en­ter­tain­ers, arts and crafts, and a pop-up cin­ema screen­ing a clas­sic fam­ily favourite in the Pavil­ion. as­

Hal­loween On The Farm at Buck­le­bury Farm Park Join a trac­tor deer sa­fari into the park, plus a whole host of au­tumn farmer ac­tiv­i­ties. Vis­i­tors can also en­joy pump­kin carv­ing and face paint­ing. buck­le­bury­farm­

Run for Hal­loween in Read­ing

This is a cel­e­bra­tion of fit­ness, fun, fancy dress and well­be­ing, and any­one can take part.

Run, jog or walk the 2.5km or 5km route. When you cross the fin­ish line, you’ll re­ceive a Run for Hal­loween fin­isher’s medal and a well-de­served bag of treats. Fancy dress is a must and there will be prizes for the best cos­tumes. This is in aid of the Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Chil­dren’s Char­ity to help raise money for se­ri­ously ill chil­dren. run­

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