Shenington  with Alkerton Parish



WHATS ON LIST

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2018

Monday  February 26  5pm 

Shenington School is holding an astronomy evening on Monday Feb 26 from 5.30pm, and have kindly invited residents of Shenington and Alkerton to join in. There will be a slide show about 'The Sky at Night' to start the event at 5.30pm. Afterwards, weather permitting, the talk will move outside to view the night sky. A number of amateur astronomers will be available to let you view the moon and stars through their telescopes. The event will be run by the Chipping Norton Astronomy Group, (apparently the 'most active' amateur astronomy group in the country

Friday, March 9, 7 pm

Skittles Evening at the Sun, Hook Norton, . Tickets which cost £15 each and include a two-course meal are available from Katherine Turner tel.670594 and Maria Evans tel. 670016. Numbers are limited so don't delay.

Tickets are £15 and includes  supper. 

The menu choice is as follows:-
Saute Chicken, chestnut mushrooms, shallots and tarragon in
a white wine cream sauce
or
Slow braised beef with Guinness stilton and Portobello
mushrooms. Choice of rice, potato and vegetables. 
Followed by
Vanilla cheesecake with strawberry compote.
or
Chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream.

Monday, March 19, 7.30 p.m


Easter Bingo, . In the Village Hall. Seasonal prizes and refreshments.

Wednesday, April 4 

AGM of the Social Committee, in the Hall

April 30

Deadline for Copy to the Shenington Green

June 8, 9, 10

SHENFEST 2018

June 8            7.30pm Shenington Church

The Worcester Male Voice Choir   

June 9            1.00pm on the Green

Little Shenfest  Fancy dress competition

                        Games and TFG pizza

4.00pm Alkerton Church

                        Marc Marot talk and display

                        ”Augmented Reality, The Danger Tree

            The centrepiece of the exhibition covering the centenary of Armistice Day.                  

7.30pm Shenington Church

                        Craig Ogden, classical guitarist plays pieces from ancient to modern

June 10          Wroxton Cricket Ground

                        2.00pm Shenington Sloggers vs Authors

                        3.30pm Sebastian Faulks TBC  book talk

July 14

Saturday Church Fete

Evening Barn Dance Etc on the Village Green,

Following last year's success, the organisers are hoping to raise some more money for 3 very worthy local causes.

The party will involve a children's disco in the early evening, a hog roast and local band Apricot Pie followed by a more grown up disco later into the night. There will also be a vegetarian
barbecue.

The Auction of Promises last year raised over £ 1 500. The organisers (mainly sports-potty Sloggers) are particularly keen to hear of any good prizes villagers can offer. Anything with a sports-theme would be particularly welcome...

The three charities will be the same as last year, (The Banbury Homeless Project, Macmillan Nurses, and The Church Roof/ Restoration Fund).

The events are being coordinated by  Slogger James Hartley, ably assisted by John Woodcock and Andrew Raisbeck and almost every other Slogger in the village.

Saturday, June 30

Village BBQ, . On the Village Green from 5pm.

 







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