Woodmancote Village Hall will host an exhibition of more than 100 quilts and other items on Saturday, August 31, 10am-5pm, and Sunday September 1, 11am-4pm.
Vanessa’s Patchwork Journey is in aid of two local charities, Maggie’s cancer centre and The Butterfly Garden.
Entry fee £3, accompanied children free. Refreshments and parking available.refreshments and parking available.
The Rev Dr Dee Brierley Jones is holding animal blessing services in Woodmancote Village Hall, Bushcombe Lane.
The summer gathering is August 4, 2pm, and, later in the year, a Christmas Carol gathering on Sunday, December 1, 2pm.
These two unusual non-church pet services are a local gathering of pet owners joined together by the love of their pets, in a colourful and fun way, with music supplied by Cheltenham Brass Band.
Everyone welcome, no entry fee, parking available.
For more information, contact lifescelebrations.co.uk
Woodmancote Probus Club meetings take place on Tuesdays at Woodmancote New Village Hall, starting at 9.30am, with refreshments followed by the talk at 10.30am.
On July 9, Royal International Air Tattoo, from small beginnings is the topic from speaker Tim Prince.
Woodmancote Probus Club hold their meetings on Tuesdays at Woodmancote New Village Hall.
Woodmancote WI meets at 7.30pm on the third Thursday of the month in Woodmancote Village Hall.
July 18, My Years at the London Savoy Hotel, by Bill Farnsworth.
For information about future meetings of the group contact 01242 672791. Ann Lewis mag[email protected]mail.com 01242 702573