Worls Tamils Historical Society hosts FREE FOOD FESTIVAL EVERYONE welcome.
• Traditional Tamil foods
• Live kitchen
• Street food
• FREE food and soft drinks
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Derek Wise in memory of Anne Wise.
Part of OctoberFest Newbottle, 2021. Renowned chamber music group, the Adderbury Ensemble, perform much loved quartets by three great composers – Haydn, Dvořák and Ravel. Tickets: £10.00 (available online at the website link below or at the door, subject to availability).Click here for more information on this event.
Harvest Festival service for families (with local farmers and gardeners).
Our weekly Sunday morning worship includes our Celebration of Harvest
Part of OctoberFest Newbottle, 2021. Popular local acoustic band Scarecrow play songs ranging from traditional folk to jazz and blues. Tickets: £10.00 (available online at the website link below or at the door, subject to availability).
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Leaving Orchard Way at 08.00, returning from Bath 16.00
Open to all regardless of age. See Bath at your leisure, check out the famous Roman baths, the many musiums and churches. the cobbled streets and local shops selling all types of craftwork.
£17.50 pp. Book your place now. Call Keith on 07548 268733, or join us at the meeting on September 8th in the Millennium Memorial Hall.
Part of OctoberFest Newbottle, 2021. Internationally acclaimed soprano Miriam Allan (who sang at the funeral of Prince Philip) and top pianist Steven Devine (playing a 1790 Broadwood square piano) perform the complete English Canzonettas by Haydn. Tickets: £10.00 (available online at the website link below or at the door, subject to availability).Click here for more information on this event.
Got a horn? A guitar? Fiddle? Just like listening? Then get yourself down to the Hot Club De King’s Sutton – two hours of Gipsy Jazz, American songbook standards, dreamy bossas, and the odd “modern” classic. Musical participation is now by prior arrangement only, so get in touch via email first. (Or just take a seat to watch).Click here for more information on this event.
Entry £1.00. All proceeds to King’s Sutton Primary Academy.
Halestrap Way, King’s Sutton will be closed October 26, 1300-1500, to allow for a children’s playing out event.
5-piece covers band based in Banbury/Bicester play an eclectic mix of rock, pop, R&B, blues and funk.
Fireworks start at around 18:30. Entry: £4.00 per adult, £2.50 for children. Family ticket: £10.00 for a family of four. Parking at the Playing Fields is very limited, so please only drive there is you absolutely have to. NB: For public safety and to avoid congestion, the road between Charlton and King’s Sutton will be closed from 17:00 until 19:00. All proceeds to King’s Sutton Playing Fields Association.
Road to Charlton from Upper Astrop Road, King’s Sutton to the Newbottle turn will be closed for public safety and to avoid congestion at the annual King’s Sutton Playing Fields Fireworks Display.