What’s on in Fenland

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What’s on in Fenland:

Wednesday, September 17

• Until October, 9, at Octavia Hill’s Birthplace House, South Brink, Wisbech, exhibition on Alfred Russel Wallace, 1pm-4.30pm daily except Thursdays and Fridays.

• 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.

• 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 £10, concessions £7.50. Raffle and light plated buffet, served with tea or coffee. For tickets 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, at Mendis, Old Market, Wisbech, from 10am.

• Macmillan Coffee Morning at St Augustine’s Church and Parish Centre, Wisbech, 10 - 2pm.

• World’s Biggest Coffee morning, hosted by Bob and Shirley Bell, Murrow village hall, including raffle, tombola and bring and buy stall, 10am-noon.

• Macmillan Coffee Morning at Fenland Village green, Park Homes, Osborne Road, Wisbech, 10-3pm.

Saturday, September 27

• 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, refreshments provided, all welcome.

Monday, October 6

• Bingo, St Augustine’s Parish Centre, Wisbech, doors open at 6.30pm, game starts 7.30pm.

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, Outwell, 10am-2pm.

Sunday, October 19

• Evening of clairvoyance with Barrie John, GER March Sports and Social Club, 6.30pm-9pm, tickets £15, 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.