LECKHAMPTON AND CHARLTON KINGS
» Charlton Kings Men’s Probus Club meets at 9.30am today in Sacred Hearts Church rooms.
Tony Condor will give a talk about the Tall Ships which were first seen in Gloucester Docks in 1827.
Recently the ships have been used for filming and visit this area for a weekend complete with pirates.
Next Thursday Kirstie Bingham from John Moore’s Museum in her talk The Naughty Bits of the Tudors will give an insight into the daily lives and habits of people living in the Tudor era .
If you are interested in joining this friendly club, contact Peter Russell on 01242 238521.
» Emmanuel Kitchen Community Cafe is open from 11.45am-1.30pm serving light lunches.
This is an opportunity for people in the local community to meet and socialise.
There is no charge for refreshments but donations to cover the cost are always appreciated.
» One of our local policing team will be available for questions at the parish council office tomorrow from 1-2pm unless there is a local emergency.
» There will be a coffee morning at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice on Saturday from 10.30am serving freshly ground coffee and homemade cakes.
This event is organised by volunteers and gives an opportunity for visitors to find out more about the care and services provided by the Hospice and helps to raise vital funds for them. Everyone is welcome.
» There will be a coffee concert will be held at Holy Apostles Church on Saturday.
The Enigma Duo of Laurence Kempton (violin) and Katherine Thomas (harp) will join forces with Hannah Davey (soprano) and Warwick Cole for a programme of songs and instrumental music by Elgar and Frank Bridge.
Coffee and homemade cakes served from 10.30am with music beginning at 11am.
Free admission with a retiring collection.
» The Music for Youth Festival takes place on Sunday from noon-3pm and 5-8pm in the Town Hall.
The day will showcase the best of youth music making in Gloucestershire. Entry is by donation at the door to support future events. » Charlton Kings Planning Committee meets at 7.30pm on Monday in the Stanton Room.
All members of the public are welcome.
» There are allotments available at Ryeworth, Haver, Croft and Sappercombe. If you are interested contact the parish office on 01242 250087
» The Georgian Spa Probus Club for men meets from 9.30am on Tuesday at Sacred Hearts Church Hall.
Bill King will give a talk entitled Aftermath - The Peace 1919-1939.
New members and visitors are very welcome.
Contact Brian on 01242 672601 for more information or visit cheltenhamprobus.org/content/ georgian-spa-club
» Trinity Ladies Probus Club meets from 10am in St Mary’s Parish centre on Wednesday.
Alan Pilbeam will describe A Week’s Holiday in the Forest of Dean in 1880. Visitors and new members are very welcome.
» The Regency Probus Club for men meets from 10am on Wednesday, March 6, at Cheltenham Bowling Club.
John Blenkinsop will give a talk based on his Encounters with the Muslim World.
Contact Rod Russell on 01242 672409 if you would like to join this friendly club.
» Cheltenham Ladies College pupils give a spring concert at the Pump Room on Friday, March 8, at 7.30pm. Pupils will perform music by Beethoven and Mozart.
» The Jubilate Chamber Choir conducted by Ian Higginson and accompanied by organist Neil Fortin will sing Faure’s Requiem at St Mary’s Parish Church on Saturday, March 9, at
1.15pm. Tickets on sale at the door.
» At the Bacon Theatre at 2pm on Saturday, March 16, The Immersion Theatre present a new musical adaption of Pinocchio a treat for the whole family.
Tickets from the Box Office 01242 258002.
» Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra conducted by Warwick Cole are performing a concert of Baroque Music at 7.30pm in St Andrews Church, Montpellier Cheltenham on Saturday, March 2.