LECKHAMPTON AND CHARLTON KINGS
Cheltenham Horticultural Society meet at 7.30pm tonight at Century Hall, Bishops Road, Shurdington for a talk by Barry Stagg called The Glory of Daffodils.
A FARMERS Market selling locally produced food, vegetables, cakes, breads and other items will be held tomorrow from 9am to 2pm on the pedestrianised area of the Promenade.
Charlton Kings Film Society begins their new season with a showing of Bohemian Rhapsody (12A), an Oscar winning biopic showcasing the songs of Queen, at 7.45pm at Sacred Hearts Church hall tomorrow evening. songs Tickets cost £5, doors open at 7pm and bar and refreshments are available.
Councillor Iain Dobie will be holding his surgery at Sardar’s Cafe, Salisbury Avenue from 10am to noon on Saturday.
Councillor Stephen Cooke will be holding his monthly drop-in surgery for Leckhampton residents from 10.30am to noon on Saturday at The Norwood Arms.
If you are interested in raising funds for Cobalt why not try their Inflatable 5K challenge on Saturday at the Racecourse? Contact Cobalt on 01242 535922 for more details
There will be a Tea Dance with live music and light refreshments will be held in the Town Hall from 2.30-5pm on Monday. Tickets cost £5 at the door.
Charlton Kings Flower club meet at 7.30pm on Monday at The Pavilion, Balcarras School. Jo Jacobs will give a demonstration entitled Just For You.
The Georgian Spa Probus club for men meet on Tuesday, September 17 at Sacred Hearts Church rooms. Celia Mason will give a talk about Shakespeare’s Great Heroines. For more information Contact Brian on 01242 672601.
Charlton Kings WI meet at 7.30pm at Sacred Hearts Church hall on Tuesday. David and Sue Bailey will entertain members with a colourful journey back in time with the Magic Lantern.
Trinity Ladies Probus club meet from 10.30am on Wednesday in St Mary’s Parish centre. James Harris will be giving a talk about Barnwood Birds of Prey and Falconry.
The Regency Probus club for men meet from 10am on Wednesday, September 18 at Cheltenham Bowling Club for a Members Miscellany. Contact Geoff Harmsworth on 01242 672409 for information.
Leckhampton WI meet at 7.30pm on Wednesday September 18 in Leckhampton Village hall and Nicholas Henderson will give a talk called Tales Of The Turf.
Cheltenham Choral Society is recruiting new members and invite you to join them for rehearsals on Wednesdays from 7.30-9.30pm in the hall at Bethesda Methodist Church, Great Norwood Street, GL50 2AP. The Society have a new conductor, Alexander Thacker, and a new accompanist Alison Howell. Rehearsals are for their next concert when they will sing music by Vivaldi, Mozart and Cherubini. More information from www. cheltenhamchoralsociety.org.uk
Charlton Kings Friendship group meet from 10am at Holy Apostles Church on Friday September 20. Di Alexander will give an interesting talk entitled That’s Life Kid a lighthearted and humerous account of life in the 1940s and 50s. Anyone over the age of 55 is welcome to join this friendly group.
Musicians from Pates Grammar School are performing Holst’s early comic opera Lansdown Castle also known as The Sorcerer of Tewkesbury on September 19 at 7pm in the Recital room at Pates Grammar School (GL51 OHG) and on Saturday September 21 at 3pm in St Andrew’s Church, Montpellier. Admission to both performances is free with a retiring collection.
A BICYCLE security marking event will take place at East Glos Tennis Club on the Old Bath Road, Leckhampton from 10am to 2pm on Saturday September 21.