Qween of Katwe. A Ugandan girl is introduced to the game of chess which changes her life. Tickets £5 at the Market House
Come along and find out how making small changes to your lifestyle can reduce your risk of being affected by a whole host of illnesses including cancer , diabetes, osteoporsis stroke and dementia. Please contact the surgery to let them know which course you’d like to attend.
All talks commence at 7.30pm at the Methodist Schoolroom unless indicated otherwise. Non members welcome £1 on door. March 2nd Greg Morter ‘From Seed to Fork’; ;
Next meeting for anyone caring for a family member, friend or neighbour. More information: 01823 255911 or Jill Maronge 01963 350210
Jams, chutneys, home-made cakes, cards and good-as-new goods.
Come and create your own hand-embroidered panel which captures the beauty of Spring woodlands. This workshop will show you how to use simple straight stitch and seed stitch to produce drifts of colour. Friendly tuition and guidance will be given at each stage. All levels of ability welcome. Tea and coffee included. For further information […]
‘Some Unusual Early English Blue and White Porcelain and Some Conundrums’. Talk by David Birley. Charge for guests and visitors £5.
Illustrated talk ‘The Wildlife of Carymoor, Life after Landfill’ by Rupert Farthing, Chief Executive. Tea and coffee from 7.30pm.
An evening of music, singing, stories and poems, fun and food with a Welsh flavour. Contact Rob Hoskins 350950
The Use less Share more recycling project will share the morning with the Fair trade . Contact Laura Tilling
Come along to find out more about diabetes and what you can do to reduce your risks of suffering from this illness. Please contact the surgery to let them know which course you’d like to attend.
Free training for carers in Somerset – Dementia Care. More info: 01823 255911 Two session course 16 and 23 March at The Secret Meeting Room, The Volunteer Network, Silver Street, Glastonbury
Day School at Ditcheat Jubilee Hall – ‘The Golden Age of Detective Fiction’ by Rita Depledge. Hot lunch available on request for £5. Please contact Mike Henning 01749 860352 for information or book by telephone 0845 4582758
‘Bhutan – The Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon’. More information: 01963 350132
We hold tools sales in the Market House and the next one is the 25 March which will also include a coffee morning – please come along to support and see what we do. Please ring Simon Bebbington 01963 351886 or Melissa Meek 07815 031778
The Mobile Advisory Service (MAS) offering information and advice will next be in Cary on Monday 27 March.
‘A Street Cat Named Bob’. Tickets in advance from the Market House £5 or at the door £6.
A talk by Dawn Lawrence ‘The World’s Endangered Species’.
A Bridge Lunch at the Rugby Club. Details from Margaret Bebbington 01963 351886
‘The Liverpool Porcelain of Chaffers and Christian’, two of the major 18th Century Liverpool Manufacturers. Talk by Maurice Hillis. Cost for visitors £5
Illustrated talk ‘Urban Peregrines of Bristol and Bath’ on behalf of the Hawk and Owl Trust. Tea and coffee from 7.30pm.
All talks commence at 7.30pm at the Methodist Schoolroom unless indicated otherwise. Non members welcome £1 on door. April 6th Christopher Bond ‘Successful Gardening in the Shade’. ;
Concert to raise funds for Christian Aid in Castle Cary. Tickets £8 in advance from the Market House, Bailey Hill Bookshop or David Osborne on 01963 351275. £10 at the door.
‘A United Kingdom’. Tickets in advance from the Market House £5 or £6 on the door.
April 13th Castle Gardens discount evening
Good Friday Service in the Market House. The crosses will be taken up Lodge Hill.