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Heritage Open day events:

Thursday, September 11

Georges, 61 High Street, March, 8am-11pm.

Young People March Centre, City Road, March, 10.30am-2pm.

The Acre, Acre Road, March, 11am-11pm.

St Peter’s Church, March, 9am-5pm with tours at midday-2pm.

Fossils Galore, High Street, March, 10am-5pm.

Display on March’s heritage, March Library, 9.30am-7pm.

Guided walk around Ring’s End Nature Reserve, 6.30pm-8pm.

Ship Inn, March, 9am-midnight.

St Wendreda’s Church tours, 11am and 2pm.

Wisbech Town Council’s chamber, midday-2pm.

The Angles Theatre, Wisbech, 2pm-6pm.

Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum, West Walton, 10am-4pm.

• St Augustine’s Church, Wisbech, 10.30am-2pm, and Poppy Link Event, commemorating centenary of First World War, stalls, raffle.

Friday, September 12

Chatteris through the Ages photographic exhibition, Chatteris Library, 10am-5pm.

Tours of Ameycespa Waste Transfer Station, 9.30am and 11.30am. Book on March Society website.

Georges, 61 High Street, March, 8am-midnight.

The Acre, Acre Road, March, 11am-midnight.

St Peter’s Church, March, 9am-5pm with tours at midday-2pm.

Fossils Galore, High Street, March, 10am-5pm.

Display on March’s heritage, March Library, 9.30am-5pm.

Ship Inn, March, 9am-12.30am.

St Wendreda’s Church tours, 11am and 2pm.

All Saints’ Church, Walsoken, 10am-midday.

Wisbech Town Council’s chamber, midday-2pm.

Wisbech Social Club and Institute, 10am-4pm.

Angles Theatre, Wisbech, 2pm-6pm.

St Augustine’s Church and Parish Centre, Wisbech, 10.30am-2pm.

Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum, West Walton, 10am-4pm.

St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-4pm.

• St Augustine’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-4pm, and Poppy Link Event, commemorating centenary of First World War, stalls, raffle.

• Craft festival, St Peter’s Church, March, £1, 10am-4pm.

Saturday, September 13

Chatteris through the Ages photographic exhibition, Chatteris Library, 10am-5pm.

Guided walk around Station Road, March by Andrew Clarke, 10am and 2pm.

Georges, 61 High Street, March, 8am-midnight.

The Acre, Acre Road, March, 11am-midnight.

Toys of the Past, March Museum, 10.30am-3.30pm.

St Peter’s Church, March, 9am-5pm with tours at 11am, midday, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Fossils Galore, High Street, March, 10am-5pm.

Display on March’s heritage, March Library, 9.30am-4pm.

Roman Catholic Church, March, 10am-4pm.

Ship Inn, March, 9am-12.30am.

St Wendreda’s Church tours, 2pm.

March Station, 10am-1pm.

St John the Evangelist Church, 10am-6pm with tour at 11am.

St Mary’s Church, 10am-3pm.

Octavia Hill Birthplace House, 1.30pm-4.30pm.

19 North Brink, Wisbech, midday-4pm.

All Saints’ Church, Walsoken, 10am-5pm with a talk at 3pm.

Wisbech Town Council’s chamber, midday-2pm.

Wisbech Social Club and Institute, 10am-4pm.

Guyhirn Chapel of Ease, 10am-3pm.

The Angles Theatre, Wisbech, 10am-midday.

St Augustine’s Church and Parish Centre, 10am-4pm.

Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum, West Walton, 9.30am-4.30pm.

Vivien Fire Engine Trust, 1 North Brink, Wisbech, 10am-2pm.

St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-4pm, tower tours at 2pm and 3.30pm.

Friends Meeting House, Wisbech, midday-5pm.

Wisbech Castle, 10am-4pm.

Wisbech Masonic Lodges, midday-3pm.

Wisbech and Fenland Museum, 10-4pm.

• St Augustine’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-4pm, and Poppy Link Event, commemorating centenary of First World War, stalls, raffle.

Craft festival, St Peter’s Church, March, £1, 10am-4pm.

Coffee morning with bric-a-brac and book stall, United Reformed Church, Castle Square, Wisbech, 9.30am.

St Leonard’s Church, Leverington, displays and help stand from Fenland Family History Society.

• Astral House, 22 Lynn Road, Wisbech, Brew for the Few, coffee and cakes, in aid of RAFA Wings Appeal, 11am-4pm, all welcome.

• Quaker Service Exhibition at Friends Meeting House, 21 North Brink, Wisbech,today and tomorrow, noon to 5pm.

Sunday, September 14

Toys of the Past, March Museum, 2pm-5pm.

Georges, 61 High Street, March, 8am-11pm.

March Roman Catholic Church, 10am-4pm.

Ship Inn, March, 9am-10.30am.

The Grays of Gray’s Lane, a walk into March’s history, meet at Darthill car park, 2.30pm.

Walk around Station Road’s Cemetery with March and District Museum, 2.30pm.

All Saints’ Church, Walsoken, 10am-5pm with talk at 3pm.

Wisbech Town Council chamber, 10am-2pm.

March Masonic Hall open day, 10am-4pm.

The Acre, Acre Road, March, 11am-10.30pm.

Guyhirn Chapel of Ease, 10am-3pm with a heritage service at 2.30pm.

Guided tours of the orchard followed by apple juice tasting, The Orchard, Orchard Tea Room and Farm Shop, Redmoor Lane, Wisbech, 10am-4pm with tours at 10.30am and 2.30pm.

St Augstine’s Church and Parish Centre, 10am-1pm.

Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum, West Walton, 9.30am-4.30pm.

Wisbech General Cemetery, 10am-4pm.

St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-4pm.

Friends Meeting House, Wisbech, midday-5pm.

Wisbech Masonic Lodges, midday-3pm.

Wisbech and Fenland Museum, 10-4pm.

St Augustine’s Church, Wisbech, 10am-3pm, and Poppy Link Event, commemorating centenary of First World War, stalls, raffle.

Tuesday, September 16

Wimblington Fifty Plus Club, Peter Larke with Stories from East Anglia, Wimblington Parish Hall, Addison Road, 2-4pm.

Tuesday of the month at Wimblington Parish Hall,

Sunday, September 19

March Brass 2000 are playing a free concert at The Bandstand, Hunstanton, 2pm -4pm.

March Wildlife Group, illustrated talk on Recycling by Nick King of Ameycespa, St Peter’s Church Hall, High Street, 7.30pm, £2 adults and £1 for children.

Wednesday, September 17

• Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House, Armchair Winter Walks begin today at 7pm and every third Wednesday following, except in December.

Wisbech Diabetes UK Group, Community Room, Tesco, Wisbech, Cromwell Road, 7pm. For more information contact Arthur Smart 01945463436 or email: diabetes.wisbech@btinternet.com

Jazz Club, Tom Lane’s Red Hot Chillies, Leverington Sports and Social Club, 8pm

Friday, September 19,

Cash bingo and raffle, Wisbech St Mary Community Centre 7pm for 7.30pm. Over 18s only. Pay bar and food available. All proceeds to the Hall. All welcome.

Saturday, September 20

• Last night of the Proms, St Peter and St Paul’s Church Hall, Wisbech, doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start, tickets are £10.00, concessions £7.50. Raffle and light plated buffet refreshments, served with tea or coffee. For tickets please contact Trevor or Adele on 01945 587653. £1 of ticket price will be donated to The Royal British Legion.

Thursday, September 25

• Macmillan Coffee Morning, hosted by the Chairman of Fenland District Council Councillor Ken Mayor and his wife Kay, from 9.30-11.30am, in The Breakout Area at Fenland Hall, March.

Friday, September 26

World’s Biggest Coffee morning, Macmillan and Hudson Palliative Care Centre, North Cambs Hospital, Wisbech, 10am to 11.30am.

World’s Biggest Coffee Morning hosted by the Gadabout Girls, Mendis, Old Market, Wisbech, from 10am.

Saturday, September 27

Saturday Storytime at March Library, 10.30am to 11.30am

Sunday, September 28

• Elme Hall, Wisbech, Walkway, doors open 5pm. Families are welcome with free admission for accompanied under 14s. Adults £3. Free admission for hotel residents and Sunday lunch diners.

Table top sale, St James Church, Newton, 9.30am for 10.30am start. For more information call 01945 870201/870775

Monday, September 29

• March Library, Engage event, talk by Ryan Berridge, Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Community Champion, on keeping yourself safe from fire in your Home, 2pm-3pm, free, refreshement provided, all welcome.

Saturday, October 11

• Gorefield Playing Field Association car boot sale. Gates open at 8am. For more details phone Alan on 01945-870457 or Michael on 01945-410644.

• Leverington Village Hall, entertainment by Sean Moyses, organised by village hall committee.

Sheringham Shantymen perform at Tower Hall, Maltmas Drove, Friday Bridge, 7.30pm, tickets are £7.50 from 07976 871529 between 6pm and 10pm.

Saturday, October 18

• Autumn fayre, St Andrew’s Methodist Church, 10am-2pm.

Sunday, October 19

An evening of clairvoyance with Barrie John, GER March Sports and Social Club, 6.30pm -9pm, £15 per ticket, from 07876 298631

October 25

• Car boot sale, St Andrew’s Church, Outwell. Contact 01945 773566

• March into the 1940s at GER Sports Club, Robingoodfellows Lane, March. Enquiries and tickets costing £12, including suppoer, call Donna 07876 264613 or email donna.symonds@aol.com

November 29

• Car boot sale, St Andrew’s Church, Outwell. Contact 01945 773566

December 13

• Winter fayre, St Andrew’s Church, Outwell, 10am-2pm.