Fireworks at 18:00. Entry: £4.00 for adults, £2.50 for children or £10.00 for a family of four. Limited parking available at the Playing Fields for those who can’t walk there. WARNING: The King’s Sutton-to-Charlton road will be closed from Upper Astrop Road to the Newbottle turn between 17:00 and 19:00. Proceeds to King’s Sutton Playing Fields Association.Click here for more information on this event.
The story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB’s longest-serving British spy. Stars Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson and Stephen Campbell Moore. Entrance is £4.00 for members, £6.00 for non-members. Shows normally start at 20:00 with tea/coffee from 19:30. (Times may vary.) Tickets can be purchased on the door.Click here for more information on this event.
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight fron dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Bob Hunter in memory of Neil and Jill Hunter.
King’s Sutton Parish Council meets in the Astrop Room at the Millennium Memorial Hall at 19:30 and its planning committee considers planning-related items in detail at the earlier time of 19:00. Both meetings are open to the public unless exceptional circumstances call for a closed meeting. The agenda and minutes of all meetings can the accessed from the “more info” link below. Call the Clerk on 01295 816905 (or use the email link) for more information.Click here for more information on this event.
An enjoyable afternoon with the ukulele band followed by afternoon tea. In aid of LARK (Linking Arms with Rescued Kids) a rescue centre for street children in Kenya. Tickets £5.00.Click here for more information on this event.
The Boys' Brigade will parade to the War Memorial, where a joint memorial service will be conducted by the new Vicar, Father Matthew Robinson. After the two minutes’ silence, the names of the parish’s fallen will be read and wreathes laid. The remembrance service will be continued in the the parish church and there will be a retiring collection on behalf of the Royal British Legion.
A short service will take place at the war memorial to commemorate the anniversary of the end of World War One. A wreath to the fallen will be laid on behalf of the village. Refreshments will be available afterwards in the Church Hall to which all are invited.
A concert to raise funds to replace the church roof featuring Consensio Choir with an eclectic mix of sacred and non-sacred music. Tickets £10.00 from Fr Matthew at the vicarage or the White Horse pub and at the door. Entry for under 16s is free.Click here for more information on this event.
Fundraiser for the Friends of the Community of Adderbury Library. An opportunity to enjoy some festive cheer and company with a fiery Christmas punch and mince pies. Meet some old friends and make some new ones. For a small investment, you can enter the race to win a fabulous Christmas Hamper with lots to make the festive season go with a swing. No need to book – just come along.
Fundraiser for the Friends of the Community of Adderbury Library with questions designed to test your knowledge to the extreme and with a raffle to add to the enjoyment. Entry is £5.00 per person with teams of any size (although teams of four are encouraged). Book your places with David and Aline on 01295 810002 or by email using the link below. If you’d like to book a meal beforehand, call The Bell on 01295 810338.
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Brenda Golsby in memory of Snowy Wyatt.
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. Get there for eight, pick a spot in the circle (or a seat at the back to watch).Click here for more information on this event.
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Jill Reeve-Johnson in memory of Gwyneth Cartwright.
For more information please call 01295 811310 or 01295 812689.
Stalls confirmed so far for the Community Christmas Fayre in Charlton on November.23 include:
• Crochet Christmas gifts and decorations
• Homemade fudge
• Body Shop
• Lavender bags and decorations
• Ladies’ clothing
• Homemade textiles
• Wooden decorations
• Cards, tags, gift bags and boxes
• French Fancy homeware!
All this and loads more!
The Parish Church will be floodlit tonight from dusk until dawn. Sponsored by Jill Reeve-Johnson in memory of Ron Reeve-Johnson.
Come along for some festive fun! There will be lots of fantastic prizes to be won, along with a raffle and refreshments. All proceeds to King’s Sutton Playing Fields Associatiion.
King’s Sutton Gardening Club presents “The Wildlife Garden”, a talk by Chris Ward on how to encourage wildlife into our gardens. Visitors are welcome at a charge of £2.00 (to include refreshments). For information, please contact Lynette on 01295 812815 or Susanne on 01295 811661.
Learn how to use King’s Sutton’s publicly-accessible automatic defibrillator to carry out emergency cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and save a life. This free-of-charge, 2-hour training course is delivered by qualified nurses and is open to any local resident of secondary school age or above. To book your place on the course, call Bob Burrell on 07970 934309 or use the email link below.
Come to a traditional Xmas market with lots of stalls for buying your presents. We have homemade soup or hot dogs for lunch; tea and cakes in Church House; or mulled wine and mince pies in the church. Santa will be in his grotto for the children 11:00-13:00 and 14:00-16:00. We have a couple of stalls available if anyone would like to hire one. Please contact us by email at the link below. or call Gill on 01295 810233.Click here for more information on this event.
Start the festive season by browsing for that perfect Christmas present, enjoy some festive food and welcome Advent as the Baptist Church switches on the Christmas lights (at 17:00).