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Thursday 17th October … Noon - Light Lunch at St. Wilfrid’s Church, George Street, Portsmouth

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Friday 18th & Saturday 19th October ….. SUP Theatrical Company presents Neil Simon's 'London Suite' at 7.30pm at the Rose Theatre, Eastleigh - Barton Peveril College. Tickets: £10.50 + groups bookings. Book online: ticketsource.co.uk/sup

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Saturday 19th October .. Coffee Morning raising funds for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal by the Women’s Section of the Lovedean & District Branch. Cake stall, tombola, bring & buy, raffle and, of course, coffee. 10am until noon at Patrick Howard Dobson Court, off Coleridge Gardens, Milton Road, Waterlooville. Everybody welcome.

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Saturday 19th October … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance, and it’s on the same day as the farmers market, so two great things to do in one day in Emsworth.

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Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th October .. Meon Valley Quilters Exhibition at it’s new venue, Rookesbury Park, Southwick Road, Wickham. 10am to 5pm on Saturday. 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Traders, Sales Table, Book Sale, Hobbies & Collectors Exhibition, Raffle and Refreshments. Entry £3. Call 01329 231 790 for more information or visit: meonvalleyquilters.org.uk

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Sunday 20th October .. Southern Counties Heavy Horse Association present The Great All England Horse Ploughing Match, Country Fair & Fun Family Dog Show from 10am at Downs Farm, Funtinton, Chichester. Trade & Craft Stands, Refreshments available. Tickets on the day - Adults £8, older people £6, Children Under 16 free. FREE Car Park

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Sunday 20th October … 4pm - Annual Music Foundation Concert at St Mary’s Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth

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Tuesday 22nd October …. Rowlands Castle Painting Society welcomes artist Debbie Hinks who will be using Pastels for a clothed figure demonstration. £5 entry for non-members , 7.30 – 9.30pm, Rowlands Castle Parish Hall, Links Lane.  rowlandscastlepaintingsociety.co.uk

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Wednesday 23rd October … Hayling Island Horticultural Society talk at 7.30pm at the Station Theatre, Station Road, Hayling Island. Pip Bensley will explain ‘Everything we need to know about Climbers’. Tickets £5, available from the theatre. Everybody welcome.

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Wednesday 23 October … How to kill a Vampire with guest speaker, the Royal Armouries Curator of Firearms, Jonathan Ferguson, at Fort Nelson. Jonathan will explain the history of vampire slaying in both folklore and fiction, from the iconic wooden stake to garlic.  He will also share his research into the mysterious 'vampire killing kits' and how they fit into this larger tradition of supernatural self-defence.  During the evening visitors will have the opportunity to see up close a Vampire Slaying Kit, usually on display in the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds. Tickets: £5 (includes refreshments). Further info from: royalarmouries.org/event/how-to-kill-a-vampire/ =======================

Friday 25 October … Solent Fellowship Band concert at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton at 7:30pm. Free admission, doors open at 7 pm. Retiring collection in aid of local charity Friends Without Borders.

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Saturday 26th October … “Taste of the World”. An opportunity to experience the food, music and customs of the different nationalities and cultures in our community at 6.30pm at St. Colman’s Church Hall, Cosham. Everyone is asked to bring a small dish(s) of your national food, for everyone to taste, some music from your country and wear your national costume if you wish to. If you would like to attend please contact the Parish Office (023 9237 6151) in order to help plan arrangements. Free for those who bring food. £3 for all others. All are warmly welcome

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Saturday 26 October …. Messy Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton, 2 – 4 pm Designed for families with young children. Tea or coffee and puzzles and a variety of craft activities linked to a Bible story. A short celebration follows consisting of storytelling and simple prayers. The afternoon is rounded off with a simple meal and drinks in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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Saturday 26th October … 10am - St Mary’s Autumn Fair at St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road, Portsmouth

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Saturday 26th October … Portchester Charity Cider & Sausage Festival. A selection of over 15 Ciders and Perry’s, bottled ales and a prosecco cart. Entertainment double bill from Dave Barrett and Mark Searle. -  6pm to 11pm. Tickets £7.50 from Portchester Community Centre on 023 92 321787 or by visiting ticketsource.co.uk/portchester-community-centre

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Monday 28 October – Friday 1 November ….  Spooky Science. Meet the madcap Victorian professor this October half term at Fort Nelson. Explore the weird and wonderful world of Victorian science, with lots of hands-on have-a-go activities and free fact-packed tours. There will be tonnes of fun for the kids with ‘navvy challenges’ and Victorian craft activities. Further details are available at: royalarmouries.org/event/spooky-science/

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Tuesday 29th October …. Half Term Halloween Dance Session at Drayton United Church Hall from 10.45-11.45am. Learn Thriller dance, Halloween stomp, Timewarp and other dances and games. Price includes Halloween tattoos, tea/coffee and Halloween treats. £4 adults £1 child. Just turn up on the day or contact Louise Slade Tel. 077 952 63 21

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Tuesday 29th October … Alfred the Great. This month’s talk - brought to you by The Hundreds of Portsdown Local History Group - is by Kay Ainsworth at 7.30pm at St Andrews Church Hall, Farlington. £2 for non-members, annual membership £15. Free refreshments

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Wednesday 30th October …………..Chris Newman’s Georgia Ramblers plus Julie Horton vocals, and Chris Gower trombone, appearing at Gosport Jazz Club, Gosport & Fareham Rugby Football Club, Dolphin Crescent, - booking for non-members strongly advised 023 9242 9302…….8pm-10.30pm. Guests £10.

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Wednesday 30th October to Saturday 2nd November .. A Double Helping of Sherlock Holmes. Phoenix Players present 2 one act plays based on the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 7.30pm, plus Saturday matinee at 2pm at the Trinity Church Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea. Tickets £12 (concessions £10) special rates for group bookings and schools. Tel 08454 676462   Online from: ticketsource.co.uk         Website for more info: phoenixstage.co.uk.

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Thursday 31st October to Saturday 2nd November … High School Musical performed by Stage One Youth Theatre at Ferneham Hall, Fareham –. Curtain up 7.30 pm. This is a Disney Musical made popular in 2006, including songs Breakin’ Free; When there was me and you and, We’re all in this Together.  Tickets available from Fernham Hall Box Office 01329 231942. Ticket prices: £13, Concessions: £11.50  

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Thursday 31st  October ….. All Hallows Happening at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton between 5pm & 7pm – This is a free Halloween event for families with young children and early teens. A safe place to have fun, games and party food to celebrate the eve of All Hallows. Fancy dress is welcome. Please bring your own pumpkins to weigh and carve.

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Friday 1 November …... Museums at Night: Myths of the macabre. Behind the doors of Fort Nelson, Miss Cassandra Worthy and her sinister band of Victorian storytellers await with stories of the extraordinary and tales of terror. Whatever you do, don’t say her name and don’t look back in the shadows to see who, or what, might be lurking… not for the faint hearted!  Those brave enough will be able to experience Fort Nelson when the lights go down and hear the creaks and groans made by the Victorian fort once darkness falls.  Further details: royalarmouries.org

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Saturday 2nd November … Flu Vaccinations. A walk-in flu clinic at the Drayton Surgery from 8.30am to 10.30am for ALL patients in the at risk groups.

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Sunday 3rd November … Rowans Hospice Annual Christmas Fair, 11am – 3pm at Barton Hall, Barton Cross, Horndean. Start your Christmas shopping and support a local charity. A wide variety of stalls selling a range of gifts, treats and festive delights, traditional fundraising games and Santa's grotto. Refreshments available. Live music and entertainment throughout the day. Entry: 50p, Children FREE. More info: 02392 238533

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Tuesday 5 November, 2 pm – Drayton Film Club at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. A screening of a 2015 family comedy film, with subtitles for the hard of hearing and interval refreshments. There is no charge and no need to book ahead, just turn up. Everyone is welcome. For full details phone (023) 9242 1849

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Thursday 7th November … Portsmouth Hispanic Society talk "Welsh Patagonia: 1865-2019" by Carwyn Hughes. It may come as a surprise to learn that there have been Welsh settlements in Patagonia since 1865. Welsh is still spoken there and Welsh culture is still alive. Fratton Community Centre, Trafalgar Square, Clive Road, Fratton, Portsmouth. 7pm to 9pm. Free to members. Non-members very welcome at £2 entry.

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Friday 8 November ... Ronnie Scott's All Stars: 60th Anniversary Concert at 7.30pm at the New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth. Direct from London's famous jazz club the All Stars celebrate the Ronnie Scott Story. Tickets from the box office::023 9264 9000 or online at newtheatreroyal.com

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Saturday 9th November, 11 am to 2 pm – Table Top Sale in aid of the Rowans Hospice in the hall at St Andrew’s church, Farlington. Pick up some early Christmas presents while supporting this worthy cause. Stalls include tombola, raffles, cakes, bric-a-brac, plants, Christmas decorations, jewellery, books, CDs and DVDs.

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Saturday 9 November, 2 -4 pm– Build @ Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. A free and fun activity for families. For more details - Amanda Wells on 02392 421 849

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Sunday 10 November …. Fort Nelson Museum visitors will be able to join the nation in remembering the servicemen and women who laid down their lives. 10:45am – 11:15am.   Re-enactors in First World War uniform will fire ten rounds using Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifles to mark the beginning of the 2 minutes’ silence at 11 am, and a Second World War piece of artillery will be fired by re-enactors in Second World War uniform to signal the end of the silence. The commemoration will end with a reading. Visit: royalarmouries.org/event/remembrance-sunday-2

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Sunday 10 November ... The Drifters at 7.30pm at the New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth. A brand new show, The Drifters all their classic hits from the last six decades. Tickets from the theatre box office::023 9264 9000 or online at newtheatreroyal.com

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Tuesday 12th November … Meeting of the Birthplace Branch of the Dickens Fellowship. There will be a discussion about, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the Annual General Meeting and a Bring & Buy Sale. All at St. Swithun’s Church Hall, Waverley Road, Southsea, 2.30 to 4.30pm. All welcome. Members – free. Non-members £1. Phone 023 9266 4205 for more info.

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Wednesday 13 November, 2 – 4 pm, Care & Fellowship Group in the hall at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. Everyone is welcome. A chance to chat over tea, biscuits, sometimes cake, and a raffle ticket for the princely sum of £2.00!

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Saturday 16 November, 2 – 4 pm – Messy Church at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. For families with young children. A variety of craft activities in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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Saturday 16th November … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Wednesday 20 November …. The Royal Armouries museum at Fort Nelson presents Fort Talk from 7:30 pm – 9 pm, ‘Special Operations Executive, Sabotage and Subversion’, with Dr Kate Vigurs, an historian and Special Operations Executive expert. Further details are available here: royalarmouries.org/event/women-of-the-soe-sabotage-and-subversion

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Thursday 21 November ... Rock 'N' Roll Paradise at 7.30pm at the New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth.  An evening of amazing tributes to the legends of rock 'n' roll. Tickets from the theatre box office::023 9264 9000 or online at newtheatreroyal.com

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Saturday 23rd November … Flu Vaccinations. A walk-in flu clinic at the Drayton Surgery from 8.30am to 10.30am for ALL patients in the at risk groups.

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Saturday 23 November, 7:30 pm – Portsmouth Festival Choir at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. A concert of Classical Favourites. Tickets £12 / £10 concessions, available from ticketsource.co.uk/portsmouthfestivalchoir  students and under 18s free.  For more information contact Myra Pinhorn on 023 9225 4988.

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Sunday 24th November … Festive Woofs And Wellies (Rowans Hospice Fundraising event) - A fun, festive sponsored dog walk around Queen Elizabeth Country Park with lots of fun and entertainment both during and after the walk. 10am to 1pm - Registration is from 9am. Each dog will need to be registered but can bring as many humans as they like. More info: 023 9223 7142

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Sunday 24 November ... Joe Brown - 60th Anniversary Tour at 7.30pm at the New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth.  A musical journey combining timeless classics, rockabilly, gospel, country, bluegrass and rock 'n' roll. Tickets from the box office::023 9264 9000 or newtheatreroyal.com

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Wednesday 11 December … The Royal Armouries museum at Fort Nelson - Fort Talk - The History of Shoreham Fort, with special guest speaker Gary Baines, the Chairman and founder of the Friends of Shoreham Fort. Shoreham Fort was part of Lord Palmerston’s defences against a possible invasion by Emperor Napoleon III of France and has a unique and diverse history which includes links to the Charge of the Light Brigade, artillery trains and silent film making. 7:30pm – 9pm.   Further details at: royalarmouries.org

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Sunday 15 December … 7pm - Emsworth Concert Band’s Christmas Concert at Emsworth Baptist Church – conducted by Andy Hall from the Band of the Royal Marines. The evening will be full of festive music including traditional favourites and added surprises. There will be something for everyone and the evening will be a great way for all the family to truly get into the Christmas spirit! Refreshments available in the interval. £8.50 for adults and under-16s – free. Tickets available in advance via eventbrite.co.uk or Bookends, Emsworth.

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Saturday 21 to Monday 23 December … Fort Nelson invites you to experience a traditional Victorian garrison Christmas, including tours of areas of the Fort not normally open to the public.   Step back in time to meet head cook Private Dobson as he prepares dishes for the festive feast for the garrison and civilian inhabitants of the Fort. As part of the experience, warm mulled wine or non-alcoholic punch will be served as well as one of Private Dobson’s famous mince pies, still warm from the range.  Sessions at 11am, 12 noon, 2 pm and 3 pm.   £2.50 per person (includes mince pie and mulled wine prepared in Private Dobson’s kitchen. Under 5’s FREE, includes a mince pie and soft drink). Plan your visit here: royalarmouries.org/whats-on/

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Friday 27 to Tuesday 31 December 2019 … Fort Nelson invites you to experience a traditional Victorian garrison Christmas, including tours of areas of the Fort not normally open to the public.   Step back in time to meet head cook Private Dobson as he prepares dishes for the festive feast for the garrison and civilian inhabitants of the Fort. As part of the experience, warm mulled wine or non-alcoholic punch will be served as well as one of Private Dobson’s famous mince pies, still warm from the range.  Sessions at 11am, 12 noon, 2 pm and 3 pm.   £2.50 per person (includes mince pie and mulled wine prepared in Private Dobson’s kitchen. Under 5’s FREE, includes a mince pie and soft drink). Plan your visit here: royalarmouries.org/whats-on/  

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Saturday 21st March 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 16th May 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 20th June 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 18th July 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 15th August 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 17th October 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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Saturday 21st November 2020 … Emsworth Harbour Arts Market at Hewitts, near the quay in South Street, Emsworth from 10am to 4pm. Paintings, prints, sculpture, woodwork, metalwork, textiles, jewellery, plus coffee & cakes and a lovely atmosphere. Free entrance.

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