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January

 

 

Monday 2nd January 2017 Recycle Your Christmas Tree - Free Michael Reed & Co Ltd Tree Surgeons will be in St Peter's Square between 10am 12noon.

Monday 9th January  The EagleHuntress Documentary (Film Rated U) 87 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

 

Monday 16th January  'Chichester: Murders and Misdemeanours' by Philip MacDougall Emsworth Maritime & Historical Trust talk in the Mountford Room, Emsworth Community Centre off North Street beginning at 7.30 pm. Tickets for talks on the door and doors open at 7 pm Members £2 Non members £3. www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk

Thursday 19th Jananuary Horticultural Talk: Adventurous Container Gardening at The Emsworth Community Centre at 7.30pm - Stuart Lees of Cirsium garden design will be presenting. Entrance is free for EHS members and £2 for non-members. Click here for more details.

Saturday   21st  January  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Monday 23rd January at The Magnificent Seven Western Drama (Film Rated 12A) 2hrs 13 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

February

Thursday, February 2nd Potter Book Night 15:15 to 16:45  Emsworth Library Drop in between 3:15pm and 4:45pm We are celebrating 20 years of Harry Potter on this year's Harry Potter Book Night! You are invited to join us for a magical afternoon of crafts (Wizard robes are welcome!) All children welcome.  Parents/carers to stay.

Friday 3rd February Home Race Night at Southbourne Age Concern, first race 7pm £6 Includes Fish and Chip Supper, tickets from 01243 373730 Poster

Saturday 4th February Emsworth Community Association Burns Night Traditional Haggis meal and great Scottish Dancing at 7pm Tickets are £10 for members, £13 non-members and £28 for families. Tickets are available from the Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2noon

Saturday 4th February  Evening of Stargazing a special event for local people Maybush Copse and Chidham and Hambrook Village.Hall  (View the POSTER for details)

Saturday 11th  February Craft Fair at The Emsworth Community Centre from 10am to 2pm Free entry and refreshments are available. For more information email: oldcraftycouple@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07763 097434.

Tuesday 14 February McGoldrick, McCusker, and Doyle 8pm at Emsworth Baptist Church The Celtic powerhouse of Pipe supremo Michael McGoldrick, Scottish fiddler John McCusker, and rock-steady Irish rhythm guitarist John Doyle, are taking a break from touring with Bob Dylan, and Mark Knopfler, to tour in their own right. 500050 T. 01243 370501 or 07802 Tickets £15

Saturday   18th February  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Monday 20th February 'The Battle of Jutland' a local perspective by Philip RobinsonEmsworth Maritime & Historical Trust talk in the Mountford Room, Emsworth Community Centre off North Street beginning at 7.30 pm. Tickets for talks on the door and doors open at 7 pm Members £2 Non members £3. www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk

Wednesday 22nd February 'Water Voles in the Meon Valley' Join us for an illustrated talk by Elaina Whittaker-Slark of the South Downs National Park Authority at Warblington School 7.30pm. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (Havant, Hayling and Emsworth Group). Everyone welcome. At the Drama Studio, Warblington School, Southleigh Road, Havant PO9 2RR (map ref SU 726 063). Parking available in playground at rear of school. Admission to presentation with refreshments £3. For further details please contact Andrew Powling on 02392 258457 or email apowling01@btinternet.com Very many thanks, Nik Knight Treasurer Havant, Haying and Emsworth local group of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust '

 

Monday 27 February The Girl on the Train Thriller (Film Rated 15) 1 hrs 52 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.


March

 

Friday 3rd March  Havant Jobs, Apprenticeships & Careers Fair 2017 Doors open Havant Leisure Centre 10am–4pm MORE

Monday 6 March TUPPENNY BARN Tuppenny Explorers Club: Leaves, Lovely Leaves 3.45pm / 1 hour A nature-themed after-school club for 4-11 year olds. This week we will be creative using leaves and flowers to make prints on fabric. £5 per child. Please book in advance and bring wellies and coats.

Monday 6th - Friday 10th March Adopt a Baby Tree distribution. If you would you like to be part of this FREE TREE scheme then email: Bill Ferguson williamnroferguson@gmail.com  to register. They are whips, so will take many years to grow, but will benefit our Southbourne village environment in the future. Lots of trees to distribute, available to individuals, schools, businesses, anyone that has space and can look after them. Suggestions would be appreciated of places you think would benefit from a tree.

Thursday 9th & Saturday 11th March Hedgerow Working Party Come and learn theskill of hedgelaying Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne 9.30am - ipm Please email Sarah (Community Wildlife Officer) if you would like to volunteer for this outdoor workshop. Email: shughes@chichester.gov.uk or Phone: 07765 175494

Friday 10th March Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 11 March TUPPENNY BARN Circle Dance with Claire Wilton  2pm / 2.5 hours Circle dancing is a very easy to follow dance style where all steps are taught as you go. We will be dancing to beautiful music from around the world. Suitable for all, no partner required. The event is organised and led by local dance teacher Claire Wilton with all proceeds going towards the Tuppenny Barn Education Centre. Tkts: £8 includes a drink and homemade cake.

Saturday 11th March Havant Chamber Orchestra Popular Works for String Orchestra  7.30pm Emsworth Baptist Church Emsworth Tickets £12.00; Children £1.00 More information and full programme HERE

Sunday 12 March TUPPENNY BARN  Music@theBarn presents Phil Beer 7.30pm Phil is one of the most popular ambassadors for acoustic roots music. A dazzling instrumentalist, he is a top class fiddler and plays in the all-star line-up, Feast of Fiddles. Best known for partnership with Steve Knightley in Show of Hands. But his skills don’t stop there, he also plays slide, Spanish and tenor guitar, mandocello, viola, mandolin and South American cuatro, not to mention contributing rich vocals. Tickets: £16 pp. Doors open 7.30pm. Licensed bar. 

 

Monday 13th March A Street  Cat Named Bob True Story (Film Rated I 2A) I hrs 43 mins 3.30pm and 7.30pm at the Community Centre Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.  POSTER

Saturday 18th March  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Saturday 18th March Emsworth Community Centre Quiz Night at 7pm Quizmaster Chris Bailey will have all the answers... Tickets £8 for members, £ I 0 non-members, which includes a light supper. Please bring your own alcohol. Book your table of six, or join a table, by contacting The Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 1Oam to I 2noon. www.emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

Friday 17 March TUPPENNY BARN  Tuppenny Tots: Easter Decorations; bunnies and Easter eggs! 10am / 1.5 hrs These sessions are especially for pre-school children and their parents, to have fun with nature-themed craft and play activities. £5 per child, includes a drink and a cake per child. Homeopath Diana Tibble will also be present to offer homeopathic advice and answer questions relating to young children. Pop-up café. Please book online in advance so that we can cater for materials and refreshments and bring wellies and coats.

Saturday 18 March TUPPENNY BARN Making the Most of Your Camera  10am / 4 hrs If you’re confused by the many buttons, menus and settings on your digital camera then this workshop is for you! With expert tuition from professional photographer and lecturer Duncan Shepherd you’ll be introduced to the principle functions of your camera including focusing, framing, resolution, exposure modes, ISO, shutter speed and aperture. At each stage your learning will be consolidated through guided practical experimentation to help you unleash your true photographic potential.

Tkts: £39, includes a welcome refreshment.  Please bring your own lunch.

Saturday 18th March Southbourne Quiz Night in the village hall, fundraising for St. Wilfrid's Hospice POSTER

Wednesday 22nd March TUPPENNY BARN  Creative Writing: Water 10.30am / 4 hours

During a series of writing workshop with Lizzie Chittleboro we will use the natural work as inspiration for our writing, and will explore the elements one by one. This month’s theme is water.  The workshop is suitable for all abilities; no previous writing experience is necessary.  Bring your own lunch, drinks and refreshments provided.  £20 pp. All places must be booked in advance. 

 

Wednesday 22nd March FREE TRIGGER TOOL TRAINING  Leigh Park, Dunsbury Way, Havant, PO95BG 0.00—12.00

What is Trigger Tool training?

How to identify some of the risks that the elderly/vulnerable may have in their homesHow to feel more confident in talking to the person about these risks

Knowing how to work with someone in a strengths based way to ensure that they are able to participate fully in their community

Know where you can access the right support for someone in your local area. To book a place on this course please contact Community First telephone 0300 500 8085 ext 2971 Or email bookings@cfheh.org.uk

Friday 24th March The BIG Red NOSE Silent Disco in St.Peter's Square - 6-9pm 3 Sessions - 6pm-7pm Families 7pm-8pm & Spm-9pm General admission - FANCY DRESS OPTIONAL Tickets available from Bookends or www.wegottickets.com

 

Friday 24th March Comedy Night at Hewitt's from 8pm With Jeff Lane, Joe Wells, Sami Stone, Stephen Carlin. Tickets available from Harbour records, Bookends, www.wegottickets.com

Saturday 25th March FAMILY OPEN DAY at EMSWORTH DENTAL SURGERY 30 High Street Emsworth 9am to 1pm Meet our team and take a Look around our fantastic new surgeries! Our dentists will be available to give your children a complimentary check-up and answer any questions you may have about your teeth.. We will show you how to brush your teeth effectively and how this can be fun for your child! Also, how to care for yours and your children's teeth.

Saturday 25 March TUPPENNY BARN Understanding Compost Workshop  Making the most of your garden and kitchen waste  10am / 3 hrs If you’ve never composted before or are looking to improve your current composting, come along to this workshop and learn how to make the most of your kitchen and garden waste. £30pp, includes handouts and homemade refreshments.

 

Saturday 25 March Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pm  Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 25th March Comedy Night at Hewitt's from 8pm With Wendy Wason, Rosie Wilby, Sunjai Arif, James Alderson. Tickets available from Harbour records, Bookends & www.wegottickets.com

 

Sunday 26th March "Pennies around the Millpond' - 11.30am-3.30pm Chain of coins along the Millpond wall to link Emsworth Sailing Club to Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club


Monday 27th March The Light Between Oceans Drama and Romance (Film Rated 12A) 2hrs 13 mins  3.30pm and 7.30pm at the Community Centre Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.  POSTER

Tuesday 28th March  DEMENTIA AWARENESS Dr Mark Baxter Consultant Geriatrician & Dr Shehram Moghul Consultant Psychiatrist at St James Church everyone is welcome 7pm - 9pm Organised by Health Education Ernsworth Surgery Patient Participation Group Free to attend and Refreshments available

Tuesday 28th March WHEELS FOR WESTBOURNE Cycling: the way ahead for Westbourne? Free information and discussion event  7.30pm at The White Horse Inn More at: http://e-voice.org.uk/greening-westbourne/

 

 

April

Saturday 1st April Southbourne Spring Flower Show at Tuppenny Barn open from 2pm admission 50p MORE

Saturday 1st April Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle PO9 6AD  10am to 1pm Free admission.  Refreshments available. Approx. 24 stalls selling items hand-made by local people.  Crafts represented can include Bead-work, Body products, Candles, Glass-work, Jewellery, Knitting, Paintings, Paper-craft, Patch-work, Quilting, Spinning and Dyeing, Textiles and Woodwork. Knitting Advice Clinic available.Plant Stall. Car park & on-road parking close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access. If you would like to be considered for a stall please contact: rowlandscastlecraftfayre@gmail.com  Find us on Facebook at Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre.

Saturday 1st  April  Emsworth Museum Re-opens Emsworth Museum will be open from 1st April until 29th October on Saturdays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm and on Sundays 2.30pm - 4.30pm. On all five days of the Art Trail (April 22nd/23rd and April 29th/30th/May 1st) the Museum will be open 10.30am - 4.30pm. In addition it will be open on Tuesday 25th April 10.00am - 2.00pm and all Fridays in August 2.30pm - 4.30pm. ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.

 

Saturday 1st  April - Monday 17th April Emsworth Museum Exhibition - Emsworth Family Histories The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum. View the POSTER

Sunday 2nd April Community Bargain Trail organised by Connecting Southbourne Details HERE

Sunday 2nd April  FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN `The 7 Last Words of Christ' The Brent Brent Quartet 3pm in St Faith's Church, West Street, Havant Tickets £5 (62 for under 18's) Tickets on sale at The Spring Arts Centre, 56 East Street, Havant Part of the first Havant Music Festival, in support of the or of Havant's Charities

Saturday April 8th Craft Fair at Emsworth Community Centre contact Joan Horton to book 07904122129 payment required asap this secures your table £10 per table

Sunday 9th April 2017 Westbourne Community Spring Clean Day No experience is necessary – all you need to do is to meet at The Square at 2.30pm on Sunday 9 April, finishing at 4.30pm for refreshments at The Meeting Place in North Street. Litter picking tools, protective gloves, fluorescent vests and plastic sacks will be provided. For more information, contact Clare Kennett, Clerk to the Parish Council, on 07775 654483 or atwestbournepc@outlook.com.

Monday 10th April Sully Biography Drama (Film Rated 12A) I hrs 36 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm at the Community Centre Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows. POSTER

Saturday 15th April - Monday 17th April  Emsworth Art Group Easter Exhibition 2017 at the Emsworth Community Association North Street

Saturday April 15th 10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

 

Saturday April 15th Emsworth Branch RNLI  Spring Coffee Morning at the Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club 9.30am - 11.45am Free entry, Souvenirs including hugely reduced Christmas cards! Plants, Jewellery, Nearly New, Tombola & refreshments upstairs overlooking the Harbour.

Friday 21st April Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm  Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 22nd April Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pmContact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

Saturday 22nd April - Sunday14th May Emsworth Museum Exhibition - Display by fused glass artist Chris Abel The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum
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Saturday22nd & Sunday23rd April EMSWORTH ARTS TRAIL www.emsworthartstrail.org.uk

 

Saturday 22nd April -Sunday 14th May “ T h e Emsworth Arts Trail” An Exhibition by Chris Able -  Chris Abel's display includes gifts for the garden and home - glass panels based on coastal scenes, dichroic glass jewellery, coasters, plates and a small selection of paintings.

Sunday 23rd April St George's Day Charity Dog Walk 11 AM to 4 PM Walk around Thorney Island Meet the Hounds for Heroes Team - Hounds for Heroes are a small charity based in Petersfield who provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured or disabled men and women from the UK Armed Forces and UK Civilian Emergency Services. Join us on St Georgels Day, Sunday 23rd April from 11AM to 4 PM for our second annual charity dog walk to support Hounds for Heroes. Start from Thornharn Marina or Emsworth Yacht Harbour and enjoy the walk out to St Nicholas' Church, where you can meet the Hounds for Heroes team, enter our raffle for some fantastic prizes and enjoy some light refreshments. Donate on the day or visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Acorn-Health2017StGDayWalk All monies raised go directly to Hounds for Heroes. For more details, please call Acorn Health on 01243 379693

Monday 24th April Emsworth Residents Association QGM Open Meeting  at the Community Centre North Street, 7.30pm

Tuesday 25th April St.George's Day Parade conducted by 16 Royal Artillery Regiment 11 Batter Watch the Regiment march along Emsworth High Street accompanied by children from Thomey Island and Emsworth Primary Schools Parade commences at 10.30am 'Emsworth Rose' presented to the Regiment and Veterans in honour of the Battle of lmjin RiverStreet entertainment with a Jazz Band & Folks in Harmony Choir

Saturday 29th April 2017, the ‘Stand Up’ Paddle boarding Championships Emsworth Slipper Sailing club www.nisco.co.uk

Saturday 30th April EMSWORTH ARTS TRAIL www.emsworthartstrail.org.uk

Saturday  15th April   10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

 

 

May

 

 

Sunday 1st & Monday 2nd May  EMSWORTH ARTS TRAIL www.emsworthartstrail.org.uk

Wednesday 3rd May OPEN MEETING Where & How Should our Local Church be making an Impact?7:30pm at St James' Church The Parish of Warblington with Emsworth is currently preparing to appoint a new Rector. As part of that process it wants to find out what the wider community thinks about the roles of St James Church, Rha Warbling:ton Church in the community at large.  This meeting is especially for non-church goers who we know  care about the place of the Church of England in community life.  Come and share your views. Everyone Welcome.  For more information about our Parish: www.warblIngtonwithcnieworth.org

Friday 5th May The Friends of Emsworth Community Health Fair  11am-2pm at Emsworth Baptist Church.  The health organisations and services in Emsworth are coming together for the first time to inform you on the range of health services available on your doorstep.  With healthcare professionals representing over 50 organisations, the fair has it covered The Friends of Emsworth Community Health, FECH, have invited charities, groups and health services to set out their stalls, admission is free and refreshments will be available.  Come and find out about the wide range of health services and information available to the people of Emsworth, including children, young people, families, and older people  Read the poster.

Saturday 6th May Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle PO9 6AD  10am to 1pm Free admission.  Refreshments available. Approx. 24 stalls selling items hand-made by local people.  Crafts represented can include Bead-work, Body products, Candles, Glass-work, Jewellery, Knitting, Paintings, Paper-craft, Patch-work, Quilting, Spinning and Dyeing, Textiles and Woodwork.

Knitting Advice Clinic available.Plant Stall. Car park & on-road parking close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access. If you would like to be considered for a stall please contact: rowlandscastlecraftfayre@gmail.com  Find us on Facebook at Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre.

Sunday 7 May Hat Fitz & Cara 7.30pm at Chidham & Hambrook Village Hall Better than Seasick Steve ‘Fitzy’ is also a one-off and has lived to tell the tale.  Savaged by a saltwater crocodile, bitten by venomous snakes, he’s in the relatively safe company of the lovely Cara. Acoustic blues from a duo who just get better and better ! Tickets £14 T. 01243 370501 or 07802 500050

Monday 8th May  A United Kingdom (12A) 106 mins True story/Historical drama at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

Friday 12th May Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist  Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 13th May & Sunday 14th May PLANT SALE 1ST SOUTHBOURNE SEA SCOUT GROUP  Scout Hut, Prinsted Lane, Prinsted  11:00 to 15:30 Plants supplied by Kim's Flowers Chidham Lodge Nursery Main Road, Chidham Tel: 07796 934873 Fundraising for Southbourne Sea Scouts  

Saturday 13th May Plant and Book Sale at Emsworth Methodist Hall10.00 - 12.00 All proceeds go to Amnesty International ( campaigning to prevent torture and injustice) All paperback books 50p All hardback books £1 Featuring the ever popular JAMnesty. Donations accepted from 9.00 Contact Ann Stewart T. 02392631812 E. dillstew2@hotmail.com

Thursday 18 May  FREE EVENING TALKS BUTSER ANCIENT FARM The Meonstoke Excavations Prof. Tony King, University of Winchester Talks are Free but online booking is essential,  Doors open 7.00pm

Saturday   20th May  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Saturday 20th May - S u n d a y 11th June  The Emsworth Show Then and Now Ane xhibition at Emsworth Museum  - Open Saturdays and Bank Holidays 1 0 .3 0 am - 4 .3 0 p m and Sundays 2 .3 0 p m - 4.3 0 p m .  Details HERE

Saturday 20th May 2017 INVESTIGATING MOTHS at The Brewery Field (behind West Sussex Record Office, Orchard Street, Chichester P019 1DD) Details HERE

 

Monday 22nd May Fences (12A) 139 mins Drama at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

Wednesday 24th May Village Voices & The Solent Male Voice Choir Summer Concert 2017 All profits from tickets after costs, and all donations on the night, will be shared between The Sussex Snowdrop Trust and Wave105’s 1000 Faces appeal in support of CashForKids. At Emsworth Baptist Church Entrance £5.00 Doors open 7.15pm Concert starts 7.30pm Village Voices website: http://emsworthvillagevoices.org/

Saturday 27th May Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Wednesday 31st May  HAVANT CONSTITUENCY GENERAL ELECTION HUSTINGS  7.30—9.00pm Main Hall, Warblington School.   All Parliamentary Candidates invited: Conservative, Green, Independent, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP This is your opportunity to meet the candidates, quiz them on their policies and test their local knowledge. It is also an opportunity to meet your neighbours. Hosted by Warblington & Denvilles Resident's Association  in association with other community organisations.

June

Friday 2nd June TASTE at Tuppenney Barn 6.30pm - 9.30pm Meet and taste with local artisan food and drink producers English Sparkling Wine, Chocolate, Fish, local game and so much more Cookery Demonstration with local food writer Rosemary Moon Win a pair of tickets to one of this year's main Emsworth British Food Fortnight events Be the first to know! - How to book for many of this years events.  Details HERE

Friday 2nd -Sunday 4th June  Cobstock Summer Festival - Activities, Live Music, Food & Real Ale.  Book at www.cobnor.com  or T.  01243 372791

Saturday 3rd June Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle PO9 6AD  10am to 1pm   Free admission.  Refreshments available. Approx. 24 stalls selling items hand-made by local people.  Crafts represented can include Bead-work, Body products, Candles, Glass-work, Jewellery, Knitting, Paintings, Paper-craft, Patch-work, Quilting, Spinning and Dyeing, Textiles and Woodwork.  Knitting Advice Clinic available.Plant Stall. Car park & on-road parking close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access. If you would like to be considered for a stall please contact: rowlandscastlecraftfayre@gmail.com  Find us on Facebook at Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre.

Friday 9th June Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 10th June Craft Fair at Emsworth Community Centre10.ooam-2.00pm fantastic crafts made by local talented people. Unique gifts for all. Crochet, knitting, wood turning, weaving, textiles, ceramics, toys, jewellery, beach art and more.....Free entry and refreshments available. Contact: Joan Horton T. 07904122129 E. Joan.horton36@gmail.com 

Monday 12th June La La Land (12A) 128 mins Comedy/Drama/Musical at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

Thursday 15 June FREE EVENING TALKS BUTSER ANCIENT FARM The Barbarian in Roman Art Claire Walton, Butser Ancient Farm Talks are Free but online booking is essential,  Doors open 7.00pm

 Saturday 16th June Sussex Day Fete St John's Church Garden 2.00pm - 4.00pmMusical entertainment throughout the afternoon Contact: ruth.heelan@talktalk.net  View the Poster

 

Saturday 17th June  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Saturday 17th June Dragonfly Walk along the River Ems Details HERE

Saturday 17th June  -  9th July Emsworth Museum Exhibition - A Brief History of Local Football The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.

 

Sunday 18th June NGS open gardens  23 New Brighton Road and 4 Elderfield Close Emsworth are opening for the NGS 2pm to 5.30pm. Plants for sale. Teas and homemade cakes at 23 New Brighton Road. £5 joint admission.

Saturday 19th June Southbourne Summer Fete organised by Connecting Southbourne in St John's garden

Wednesday 21st June Emsworth Museum Treasure Hunt -  Details HERE

Thursday 22 nd June The Battle o f Jutland: A Local Perspective A talk b y Philip Robinson Mountford Rooms, Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth P O 1 0 7 DD  a t 7 .3 0 pm Tickets available a t the door. Doors open a t 7 .0 0 p m Members o f E .M . & H .T. £ 2 .0 0 , non m e members £ 3 .0 0 . Tickets can also b e purchased in advance during Museum opening times which are Weekends Saturdays 1 0 .3 0 a m - 4 .3 0 p m , Sundays 2 .3 0 p m - 4 .3 0 p m . Details HERE

Saturday June 24th CANTEMUS CHOIR SUMMER CONCERT  at St James's Church Emsworth

Saturday 24th June Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 24th June Cantemus Choir’s Midsummer Night concert at St James’s Church, Emsworth,  at 7.30 pm. The programme features Charpentier’s Messe de Minuit, with string and flute accompaniment, and choruses from Handel’s Acis and Galatea. In Handel’s “little opera” the nymph Galatea loves Acis, a shepherd; but Polyphemus, a monster, is jealous and crushes Acis with a massive rock! Galatea, who is half-divine, uses her powers to turn Acis into a fountain! Tickets: £8 from 023 9246 3531, choir members and on the door.  Poster HERE

E. cantemushavant@gmail.com W,www.cantemushavant.moonfruit.com

Saturday June 24th & Sunday 25th June Wesbourne Weekend  Details HERE


Monday 26th June  Lion (PG) 118 mins True story/Drama at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

Thursday 29th June The UN in the new world order a Talk & discussion with Sir John Holmes former United Nations Under-Secretary-General at County Hall West Street, Chichester at 7.00pm Details HERE

July

 

Saturday 1st July Mid Summer Concert - Last Night of the Proms with Emsworth Concert Band At St John’s Church Southbourne Tickets £6 at St Johns or Entry £8 on the door Concert organised by Connecting Southbourne Community Group ruth.heelan@talktalk.net  Tel 01243 371156. View the Poster

Saturday 1st July Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle PO9 6AD  10am to 1pm   Free admission.  Refreshments available. Approx. 24 stalls selling items hand-made by local people.  Crafts represented can include Bead-work, Body products, Candles, Glass-work, Jewellery, Knitting, Paintings, Paper-craft, Patch-work, Quilting, Spinning and Dyeing, Textiles and Woodwork. Knitting Advice Clinic available.Plant Stall. Car park & on-road parking close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access. If you would like to be considered for a stall please contact: rowlandscastlecraftfayre@gmail.com  Find us on Facebook at Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre.

Friday7th July Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Saturday 8th July KINGSFEST 2017 Summer Charity Fete raising funds for mums and dads with Arthritis! at The Kings Arms, Emsworth 12:00- 21:30.  Free admission, a garden full of games, exciting stalls, real ale and cider, and a chance to meet Beauty and the Beast, Kingsfest really offers fun for the whole family! Gavin also asks the local community to get involved- “Any donations of flowers or baked goods on the day would be a great help!” Due to size of the event, please not there will be no on-site parking on the day.

Sunday 9 July Walk for Parkinson's - Cowdray Join Parkinson's UK on 2017 for a brand new 4,5 mile sponsored Walk for Parkinson's around beautiful Cowdray, The walk across the Estate passes through woodland and fields with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. We'll also take in the scenic golf course, the magnificent Cowdray Heritage and the Cowdray Park Polo Club grounds Entry fee is £113 for adults and E5 for under 16s and all walkers will receive a Parkinson's UK t-shirt, plus a medal on completing the walk You can find out more and register at www.parkinsons.org.uk/walkcowdray or contact the Regional Fundraising Team on 020 7963 3912 or email fundfaisinQftarkinsons.org uk  More HERE

Monday 10th July Moonlight (15) 111 mins Drama at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

Saturday 15th July  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

 

Saturday 15th July W E S T B O U R N E

C H U RCH F E T E On the Rectory lawn 1 pm - 4 pm all proceeds to St John the Baptist, Westbourne. View the POSTER

 

Saturday  15th July - Sunday 6th August Emsworth Museum Exhibition - Emsworth Historic Properties: Highlights from an Archive The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum POSTER

Monday 17th July Emsworth Residents Association QGM Open Meeting  at the Community Centre North Street, 7.30pm Agenda HERE

Tuesday 18th July Guided Bat Walk in Nore Barn Woods details HERE

 

Thursday 20 July FREE EVENING TALKS BUTSER ANCIENT FARM Wildlife of Prehistoric Britain Tiffany Francis, local nature writer Talks are Free but online booking  is essential,  Doors open 7.00pm

Saturday 22nd July Southbourne Lions Summer Fete 10.30am —1.30pm in the grounds of Emsworth Cottage Hospital. Entry 50p Children 10 and under free Stalls are available. Free to Charities. £10 to businesses. For details contact: fete@isouthbournelions.org.uk T.01243 431183

Monday 24th July Jackie (15) 100 mins Biography/Drama at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments) from Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10am to I2 noon or from Loretta's Newsmag in the High Street. Doors open half an hour before the film shows.

 

Friday 28th July PEEKABOOMOVES Summer Holiday Fun Creative dance, Song, Movement and Play Fridays  10.30-11.30 at Emsworth Community Centre £5 per child and £3 For siblings. Contact Jo Cone on 07947374222


Saturday 29th July Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Sunday  30th July Afternoon Tea Dance from 2pm to 4.30pm at the Emsworth Community Centre Afternoon dancing with a cream tea. Dance to a mix of modern ballroom, latin American, social sequence and line dancing. Singles are welcome and entry is £5. For more detail contact Eileen on 07887 744419 or Alex on 07950 730271.


August

Tuesday 1st August SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS  Run Away to the Circus! Dancing / Juggling I Crafts I Make Up & More 10:30 - 3:30pm 7yrs + Bring a packed lunch £15 each or £12.50 each 'sibling.  All workshops are to be held at Ernsworth Community Centre. See Miss Louisa to book. Please book and pay for all workshops in advance, before the end of term.

Wednesday 2nd August SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS  Melody Bear's Summer Adventure Dancing & Arts & Crafts, With Melody Bear! 11 -12:30noon 4 - 7yrs. Bring a snack & a drink  £5 each.  All workshops are to be held at Ernsworth Community Centre. See Miss Louisa to book. Please book and pay for all workshops in advance, before the end of term.

Saturday 5th August SUMMER HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS  Fun Contemporary Workshop 10 - 12noon 9yrs + Bring plenty of water £7 each.  All workshops are to be held at Ernsworth Community Centre. See Miss Louisa to book. Please book and pay for all workshops in advance, before the end of term.


Friday11th August Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 1.00pm - 4.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk


Saturday 19th August Hampshire Farmers Market St  10am - 1pm St Peter's Square, Emsworth


Thursday August 10th Craft Fair at Emsworth Community Centre contact Joan Horton to book 07904122129 payment required asap this secures your table £10 per table

Thursday 10th - Sunday 27th Twenty Sixth Chichester International Film Festival More HERE

Friday 11th August PEEKABOOMOVES Summer Holiday Fun Creative dance, Song, Movement and Play Fridays  10.30-11.30 at Emsworth Community Centre £5 per child and £3 For siblings. Contact Jo Cone on 07947374222

Saturday  11th August- Sunday 3rd September Emsworth Museum Exhibition - Warblington Roman Villa by Chichester and District Archaeology Society The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum

Thursday 17 August FREE EVENING TALKS BUTSER ANCIENT FARM Archaeoastronomy Dave Woods, Hants Astro  Talks are Free but online booking is essential,  Doors open 7.00pm

Saturday 19th August RNLI Emsworth Branch Quay Sale 9.30 to 2pm STALLS SELLING: Boat Gear  Souvenirs Nearly New  Jewellery  Cakes & Produce Lottery Face Painting  Sideshows & much more WE NEED YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT Dig out those unwanted boat bits and clothing, beaks, antiques, anything really nice you think we can sell To arrange collection of items for sale phone 01243 3771818 or 01243 373587

Sunday 20th August Westbourne Horticultural Show  Details HERE

Tuesday 22nd August SHORESEARCH Chichester Harbour (Thornham Point)   Shoresearch is a volunteer scheme to identify animals, plants and habitats along our local shoreline. The aim of the project is to build up a baseline of data around Sussex to help promote its conservation. Shoresearch is open to all volunteers  under 18s must be accompanied by an adult Attendance is free-of-charge but we request you get in touch beforehand so we know to expect you For further information please visit: www.sussexwildlifetrustorg.uk or contact Sarah Ward: sarahward@sussexwtorg.uk

Friday 25th August PEEKABOOMOVES Summer Holiday Fun Creative dance, Song, Movement and Play Fridays  10.30-11.30 at Emsworth Community Centre £5 per child and £3 For siblings. Contact Jo Cone on 07947374222

Saturday 26th August Shelley's Creative Arts and Crafts Market International Hall, Emsworth Methodist Church 10.00am - 2.00pm Contact: T. 07812938719  E-mail: shelleyanneprice@hotmail.com

www.shelleyscreativearts.co.uk

Monday 28th August The Emsworth Show - Recreation Ground, Horndean Road Emsworth 10.30am - 5pm. A cracking "local" Show organised by the Emsworth Horticultural Society, wide range of activities for all ages. ADMISSION £5, Accompanied children under 16yrs - FREE  FREE PARK AND RIDE TO THE EMSWORTH SHOW located at the New Life Church in Thorney Road. FREE bus service running continuously throughout the day and will not stop until at least 6.00pm.  More HERE


September

 

Friday 1st September PEEKABOOMOVES Summer Holiday Fun Creative dance, Song, Movement and Play Fridays  10.30-11.30 at Emsworth Community Centre £5 per child and £3 For siblings. Contact Jo Cone on 07947374222

 

Saturday 9th September - Sunday 1st October Emsworth Museum Exhibition - to be confirmed (linked to Emsworth British Food Fortnight) The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.

Saturday   16th September  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Thursday 21 September FREE EVENING TALKS BUTSER ANCIENT FARM Prehistoric Boats Ryan Watts, Museum of London Talks are Free but online booking is essential,  Doors open 7.00pm

Saturday 23rd September - Sunday 8th October  EMSWORTH BRITISH FOOD FORTNIGHT 2017

·        Saturday 23rd September Emsworth Apple Day,  St Peter’s Square, 10am – 1pm. Bring your apples and watch them being pressed and turned into Emsworth Apple Juice

·        Friday 29th & Saturday 30th September The Emsworth Beer and Cider Festival,  Emsworth Community Centre, various times

 

·        Saturday 30th September Hampshire Farmers’ Market,  St Peter’s Square, 10am - 1pm

·        Saturday 30th September The Emsworth Wine Fair,  Hewitt’s, South Street, 11am – 3.30pm

 

 

October

 

Saturday October 7th — Sunday 29th October Emsworth Museum Exhibition - Auntie Pat's Dancing School The Museum is open on Saturdays 10.30pm - 4.30pm & Sundays 2.30pm -4.30pm ADMISSION IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.

·        Saturday 7th October A ‘thought for food market’, South Street, 10am – 4pm

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·        Sunday 8th October Harvest Festival,  St Peter’s Square – 11.30am – midnight

 

14th October Emsworth Branch RNLI  Autumn Coffee Morning at the Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club 9.30am - 11.45am Free entry, Souvenirs including hugely reduced Christmas cards! Plants, Jewellery, Nearly New, Tombola & refreshments upstairs overlooking the Harbour.

Saturday October 14th Craft Fair at Emsworth Community Centre contact Joan Horton to book 07904122129 payment required asap this secures your table £10 per table

Saturday   21 St October  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

Monday 30th October Emsworth Residents Association QGM Open Meeting at the Community Centre North Street, 7.30pm

November

 

Saturday   18th November  10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

 

December

Saturday December 9th Craft Fair at Emsworth Community Centre contact Joan Horton to book 07904122129 payment required asap this secures your table £10 per table

Sunday     16th December    10am - 1pm Hampshire Farmers Market St Peter's Square, Emsworth

 

 

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