What’s on in Fenland this week

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What’s on in Fenland:

Wednesday, October 14

• Coffee morning, St Wendreda’s Church Hall, March, 10am.

• 7.30pm for 8pm, Leverington village hall, concert with Tony G. Songs of the 50’s & 60’s, tickets £10 from Carol 01945 588385 or Kate 463552, includes light refreshments, bring own drink.

Thursday, October 15

• Upwell playing field, car boot sale every Thursday, pitches £5, toilets and refreshments available, booters 8am, buyers 9am. Car boot £5 per pitch, no need to book, contact Ros on 07765045377.

• Bingo, in aid of Parson Drove Amenities committee, Parson Drove Village Hall, 01945 700744.

• Wellbeing fayre is to celebrate Mental Health and to coincide with World Mental Health Awareness Day, Wisbech Baptist Church, 12-4pm.

• Children’s painting workshop, with crafts and cakes, St Peter’s Church, March, 1pm, £5 per child. Contact Kate Francis on 0776 3696667.

Friday, October 16

• Bingo at Walsoken Village Hall. Eyes down 7.30pm. Proceeds to Walsoken Village Church.

• March Wildlife Group, illustrated talk on the Ouse Washes by Rebecca Green, St Peter’s Church Hall, 7.30pm, £2 for adults and £1 for children.

Saturday, October 17

• Table top sale, Trinity Church, High Street, March, 9am to 1pm. Hot drinks, cakes and hot snacks also available.

• Spiritual evening of remembrance at The Coffee Tree Experience at Guyhirn. Entrance £6. Enquiries 07984 188944. Proceeds for Cancer Research.

Sunday, October 18

• March Wildlife Group, guided walk around Gault Wood, Grange Road, March, near the golf course, 2.30pm.

Tuesday, October 20

• Poetry and Chat

Lightweight poetry, Wisbech Library, mingled with some laughs and chatter,

Nothing heavy – try us if you’re partial to a rhyme and natter.

Every third Tuesday in the Upstairs Room at Wisbech Library, 2pm-3.30pm, read or just listen, all welcome. Contact Brenda Mead on 07766 510217, email brenda.mead@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

• 7.30pm, Parson Drove Village Hall, John Peck Society meeting with Dr Eric Somerville speaking about the cholera outbreak in the 1830s and its effect on the local population. Non-members £3. Refreshments included.

Wednesday, October 21

• Wisbech Sugar Club, Val and Agnes, Asda meeting room, North End, Wisbech, 7pm. Call Joan Petchell on 01945 465496.

Thursday, October 22

• Upwell playing field, car boot sale every Thursday, pitches £5, toilets and refreshments available, booters 8am, buyers 9am. Car boot £5 per pitch, no need to book, contact Ros on 07765045377.

• Bingo, in aid of Parson Drove Pre School, Parson Drove Village Hall. Call 01945 700276.

Friday, October 23

• NFU Mutual in Wisbech hosting trailer and towing event with EMG motor group at its Kings Lynn showroom, 10am-4pm.

Saturday, October 24

• 2.30pm, March Library, Frozen family sing-a-long screening (cert PG). Tickets – Adults £2.50, children £1.50 available from the library. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There is a competition for the best model of Olaf the Snowman, sponsored by the Friends of March Library. Ask staff for details.

• 7.30pm, Wisbech Library, quiz night, £3 per person, (six or less to a team), bring own food and drink. Book table at the library.

• 10am-4pm, Craft Fayre, Sutton Bridge Curlew Centre. Craft stalls, children’s craft area and refreshments. Proceeds in aid of Tydd St Mary Pre-school.

Monday, October 26

• Engage in the Afternoon at March Library, 2pm-3.30pm, lipreading. A talk by Jenny Holding, discussing the theories and the exercises used to put the theory into practice. Refreshments provided. (Donations appreciated to cover the cost of speaker, plus refreshments). All welcome.

Thursday, October 29

Upwell playing field, car boot sale every Thursday, pitches £5, toilets and refreshments available, booters 8am, buyers 9am. Car boot £5 per pitch unlimited space covering 2.5 acres, no need to book, contact Ros on 07765045377.

Bingo, in aid of Addenbrookes hospital, Parson Drove Village Hall. Contact 01945 700276.

Saturday, October 31

March Model Railway Club open day, March Scout Hall, Mill View. Opened at 10am by the Mayor, Coun Rob Skoulding, it will showcase the club and enable prospective members to see what it is all about.

5 SKA, playing all the Ska classics, at the GER Sports and Social Club, Robingoodfellows Lane, March, from 7.30pm-late, £3 members, £5 non-members. (Pay on the door). www.germarch.co.uk

November 7

Dance, Marshland School, West Walton. Dancing will be to Mel Stevens and the Classics and tickets are £10 each, they are available from Sue on 01945 464665 or from Fox’s Card Shop, Market Place, Wisbech.