» Bishops Cleeve Street Fair will be held on June 9.
The theme will be a celebration of 50 years since the space landing and the committee os on the hunt for anyone out there who has the name Neil Armstrong, and who would be willing to open the street fair.
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Court Farm Open Farm Sunday takes place on Sunday, June 9 from 10am4pm for a chance for everyone young and old, to experience the sights, sounds and smells of the farm.
Free entry, no need to book, plenty of parking in one of the fields.
Gotherington Singers, a local women’s choir, are recruiting new members. No experience necessary.
Email Sally Newbury on sall. new[email protected], phone 01242 317276, for more information or go to gotheringtonsingers.co.uk
St Michael’s Holiday Club will host special sessions on the theme of Treasure Island in Woodmancote School, Station Road.
This scheme which offers a range of play opportunities will run from August 12-16, 8.30am-2.30pm for one-seven year olds.
Breakfast and lunch will be included in the club.
For more information and to book a place contact stmichaelsholiday[email protected] gmail.com or phone 07941 676161.
Cleeve Chorale’s Summer Concert will take place at Grangefield School, Bishop’s Cleeve on Saturday, July 6 at 5pm, performing alongside children from Grangefield School.
The Bard & Beyond will feature songs and sonnets by jazz legend George Shearing, Elizabethan madrigals and songs inspired by poets.
There will be a table top sale at Denley Hall, Bishop’s Cleeve on the first Saturday of the month from 10-11am. Entrance is free.
Lloyds’ mobile bank is based in the car park on the Green, Bishop’s Cleeve, is now available on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-12.15pm and 1-2.45pm.
Cleeve Ladies Probus Club meetings take place at Bishop’s Cleeve Tithe Barn at 9.45am
The May 28 meeting is to be confirmed.
On June 11, the speaker is Tim Blackmore. and on June 25 it will be the story of a Wimbledon linesman with Brian Partridge.
Bishop Cleeve Methodist Church Wednesday Fellowship welcomes new members to all meetings in the Church Hall at 2pm.
June 5, TBC. June 19, Members own. July 3, Outing. Cleeve Carers and Friendship group reaches out to those in the community who may not be carers but are home alone or would like to meet with others for friendship.
Meetings at 2pm in St. Michael’s Hall and on June 11, the talk will be about superstitions, with speaker Jan Arney.
This group is looking for an organiser to run monthly mininus trips.
Anyone interested, contact 01242 672029.
The Bishop’s Cleeve WI meet monthly in the Tithe Barn, Bishop’s Cleeve, on Tuesday evenings at 7.15pm.
June 18 is Cotswold Perfumery and testers with Pam Slater. Competition: Name a New Perfume. Sales Table.
July 16, The Hollie Gazzard Trust, speaker Nick Gazzard. Competition: Words of 4 letters or more from Hollie Gazzard Trust.
Gotherington, Woolstone and Oxenton WI meets at 7.30pm on the fourth Wednesday of the month in Gotherington Village Hall.
As well as a wide range of speakers, there is a weekly art group, monthly lunches, craft groups and workshops, tai chi and social events.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
June 26, SS Great Britain: From Launch to Re-launch, Speaker Ian Caskie.
Bishop’s Cleeve Library Club which meets on the third Tuesday of the month can meet your needs as transport can be provided for more information contact 01242 672217.
Citizen’s Advice service sessions take place in the parish office on Mondays from 10am-2pm.
The library can also offer access to the service via Skype, to book a session contact the library staff or ring 0845 235420.
St Michael’s Hall hosts North Cotswold Foodbank sessions every Friday from 9.45am to 11.15am.
Donations to the food bank can be left at Bishop’s Cleeve Parish Council office, hours of opening Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9am-3pm, Wednesdays 10am-3pm.