May Fenland events

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“I DO believe that summer has arrived and once again lots going on in Fenland for everyone to get involved,” writes Katherine Nightingale, Fenland Arts Officer.

“This month at March Town Hall we are holding a face-painting workshop for anyone who wants to learn the tricks of the trade, this is on May 7. We also have a unique and exciting Art and Jewellery Exhibition May 13 to 15.

“Do come along to Beyond Convention, the first solo exhibition by our Artist in Residence, Marian Savill.

“A local trio Grapevine +1 will be entertaining on May 20 with a selection of hits from the 60s to 90s, a fun evening for all ages.”


May 4: Fenland Scrapstore Event at the Oasis in Wisbech, 2-4pm.

May 4: Doddington Walk with the March Society.

Until May 5: Louise Stebbing exhibition at Octavia View, Wisbech. Wisbech to Arles, 9am to 5pm.

May 7: Face-painting workshop at March Town Hall, 10.30am - 12.30pm. Call Claire on 01354-652769.

May 7: Chatteris Community Cinema present: Tangled at 3pm and Buck and Hare at 7.30pm. For tickets call 07759 049619.

May 13: March & District Museum present ‘Cloches against Hitler, Beans as Bullets: The Wartime Garden’. St Peter’s Church, March, 7.30pm, £3.

May 13 - 15: Beyond Convention by Marian Savill, March Town Hall, 10am - 4pm. Free admission.

May 14: Trinity Church, March, Table top sale, 10am.

May 14 & 15: Peckover House, Wisbech, Behind the Scenes, 1pm and 2.30pm, call 01945-583463.

May 18 - 21: Anglian Players present, ‘Confusions’ at the Further Education Centre, March. Tickets from The Pet Shop on Station Road, March, £7 (£6).

May 20: Grapevine +1 at March Town Hall, tickets £3.50, call 01354-652769.

May 21: Trinity Church - Christian Aid Coffee Morning, 10am - 12pm.

May 21: Chatteris Community Cinema present: The King’s Speech, 7.30pm. Ticket information 07759 049619.

May 24: Wimblington Film Club present - The Lovely Bones, 2pm, £2.50 tickets on the door.

*If you have an event you would like listed email: or call 01354-652769.