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» 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.

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