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MinchLife Newsletter – 1st June 2024

Hello everyone,
There is so much going on this month – full details of events below but they include Horsfall House’s Annual walk (run/jog) and the MinchCan Garage sale on Sunday, 9th June.  At least three opportunities to listen to glorious music with the Stuart Singers, Stroud Choral Society and the Thames Head Singers and the chance to watch the talented Minchinhampton Players perform “The Ladykillers”.  Our primary school is holding its Summer Fete on Saturday, 15th – entrance is free and it will be an action-packed day with live music, bar, barbecue and numerous stalls and activities.   Amberley Shop celebrates its hugely successful opening a year ago and MinchLife Open Gardens are on Sunday, 23rd June from 2pm – 6pm. There are twelve gardens easily accessible around the town and there will be refreshments plus plant sales under the Market House.  Proceeds will help raise funds for the Fayre next year.  Tickets are £5 and will be available from 1st June at Market Stores and on the day under the Market House.
Big Green Week – news from MinchCan:
The Big Green Garage trail is running from the undercroft of the Market House on Sunday, 9th June between 2-5pm. There will be refreshments, maps if you haven’t downloaded them, a treasure hunt for the kids, a clothes swap and a repair cafe.  From there, there will be 24 locations scattered around Minchinhampton where locals are aiming to declutter their pre-loved but reusable items. 
The Repair Cafe is being run by a fantastic local willing to give up his time to help us repair our broken items that would only end up in landfill if we didn’t fix them.  He will be there between 2-5pm also, but we do need a little notice before hand to know what he needs to bring tools wise. So email to let us know. 
The Clothes Swap/Swish is also running at the same time.  We have already received many beautiful items which have been gifted to us or swapped from previous events.  All you need to do is bring some clothes in a good clean state to swap or pay as you feel.  
A note from Minchinhampton Gardening Club:
Let’s celebrate Minchinhampton in Bloom 2024 with a special display of baskets and tubs for the delight of locals and visitors alike. This year the baskets and tubs are requested to be in colours of your choice so whether you are a pastel or a hot colours person you have a chance to show off your skills.
The Competition is open to all residents whose premises are within the conservation area in the town.  This competition is run as part of the Gardening Club’s Annual Show on Saturday, 7th September 2024.
The ‘Grover Cup for the Residents’ will be awarded to a resident who lives within the town conservation area (in a house where the frontage is visible from the street/road) who displays the best floral display at the front of their property throughout the summer. The winner will be awarded the cup and a £20 gardening voucher.  Garden vouchers of £15 and £10 will be awarded to the runners up in second and third place.  A further three vouchers of £5 will be awarded to those who are classed as highly commended.  Judging will take place at the end of June, mid-July and the end of August.  Winners will be announced at the Annual Show and will be awarded the prizes on show day at 4.00pm.
(The conservation area for this competition is as follows: Tetbury Street from the town to the junction of Friday Street, Friday Street, Well Hill down to the junction of Kings Street, Chapel Lane from the town to just before Chapel Farm, West End to the junction of Dr Browns Road, Butt Street to the junction with Stuart House, Bell Lane to the junction with School Road, High Street).

Any further enquiries about this competition should be made to Brenda Chapman on 01453 887624.
Minchinhampton Cricket Club – New Members Offer: 
Nestled beyond the allotments, just a stone’s throw from the town centre, is the historic Minchinhampton Cricket Club. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Stuart Playing Fields, the club now has a thriving Youth set-up which includes three age groups. The club also offers adults’ cricket which, whilst being competitive across our two Saturday teams, prides itself on being enjoyable and welcoming to all. The pavilion has recently been refurbished inside and out, and the facilities are better than ever.
The club has been in existence for more than 190 years, with evidence of matches being played with local rivals back in the 1830s – and the club has been interwoven with the local community ever since.
Now is a great time to become a new member.  Whilst the youth section is fully-subscribed, the club is welcoming new adult members and has a half-price offer for the rest of 2024 (just £40 for a season of cricket!).  Whether you’re the next Ben Stokes, or haven’t picked up a bat or ball for 30 years, they’d love to have you down at the ground.  To find out more please contact them at
Minchinhampton Allotments:
Minchinhampton Allotment Association (MAA) was established in February to work with Minchinhampton Parish Council (MPC) for the running and maintenance of the allotments. Working as a team, the waiting list of 44 people has now been eliminated. This was achieved by a combination of creating an additional 7 plots, natural turnover and people withdrawing from the waiting list.  Working with the new tenants has seen improved cultivation of the plots and a more supportive tenant community.  MAA has now created an events calendar, and has agreed to join in Minchinhampton Life Open Gardens event on Sunday, June 23rd from 2 to 6 pm.  We are pleased to invite all the Open Gardens ticket holders to come and see our allotments and meet tenants. Dogs are welcome too, though, we ask that theyare kept on a tight lead, to keep to the main drive way and not walk or foul on allotments. A couple of plots are now available at the time of writing, and if you would like to apply, please do get in touch with the Deputy Clerk at MPC.
80th Anniversary of the D-day landings:
Minchinhampton Branch of the Royal British Legion will be gathering at Minchinhampton Holy Trinity Parish Church on Thursday, 6th June at 10.45am to commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the D-day landings. The Branch Standard will be paraded and a bugler will sound the Last Post at 11.00am which will be followed by a short service conducted by the Rector.  All are welcome to attend.
Patients’ Participation Group
The Patient Participation Group (PPG) for Minchinhampton Surgery is changing the venue for committee meetings, to which all Minchinhampton Surgery patients are welcome.  In future all meetings will be held in the Day Centre Room, Horsfall House. This applies to the three already announced committee meetings still to come this calendar year. The dates and times remain unchanged.  In case you may wish to confirm these details in your diary, they are all Wednesdays, starting at 7.00 pm: 3rd July, 4th September and 6th November.  We hope following Committee meetings will continue to gather there.
Site Festival 2024 –  Open Studios
Site Festival is an annual programme of artist-led projects; events, exhibitions, talks and directory of Open Studios in the Stroud district; established in 1997.  Open Studios is part of the wider programme of Site Festival, allowing artists to explore, develop projects and open their work up to the public.  Several artists in our area are displaying their work on the weekends of 8th/9th and 15th/16th June, at Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton; St Chloe and Pinfarthings – see events listing below for more detail.  To see a full listing of the 2024 online directory click here
Seated yoga at George Pearce House
South Glos & Stroud College funded Seated Yoga at George Pearce House, The Glebe, Minchinhampton.  10.00am every Tuesday during term time. This is a gentle form of yoga suitable for those who may be less mobile, but can also be of benefit to all ages and abilities. There is no charge for this course but Jarla (the coach) needs at least 10 people to sign up otherwise it may be disbanded. For more information contact or telephone 07855 852710.
An introduction to Autism at Stroud Court Community Trust, Longfords, Minchinhampton, GL6 9AN
If you would like to learn more about Autism – the talks will cover the history of autism and some effective strategies for supporting Autistic children/adults.  Coffee and cake included.
Please email or call 01453 709027 to book a place.  Free event.
Dates and times:
Thursday 20th June (5:30pm – 8pm)
Sunday 23rd June (10am – 12:30pm)
Tuesday 2nd July (5:30pm – 8pm)
Saturday 6th July (10am – 12:30pm)
Cotswolds Wellness Hub
Cotswolds Wellness Hub believes that true well-being comes from doing activities you love, immersing yourself in nature, and developing meaningful connections with others, all while contributing to a greater cause. They host a unique blend of outdoor adventures and wellness activities within a supportive, friendly community that encourages living life to the fullest. For more information and to check out upcoming events, click here
Theatre trip to see Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake on Thursday, 13th February 2025 at 2.30pm.
This is at the Birmingham Hippodrome and pick-ups include Minchinhampton.  Transport will be at a small cost.   Nailsworth Society are organising this and numbers must be in by Monday 15th July.  Cost £57 for non-members of Nailsworth Society and £55 for members.  
Matthew Bourne’s reinvention of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece caused a sensation when it premiered almost 30 years ago. It has now become the most successful dance theatre production of all time, creating new audiences and inspiring generations of young dancers.  Thrilling, bold, witty and emotive, this genre-defining event is still best known for replacing the female corps-de-ballet with a menacing male ensemble, which shattered convention, turning tradition on its head.  Further information and to book please contact:  Susan Staniforth at or ring 07891 436917.
The Crown, Minchinhampton
Events taking place at during June: 
Steak night:  A variety of premium steak dishes served every Thursday (not on the last Thursday of each month as it is quiz night)
The garden bar officially reopened on Friday, 24th May and it will now be open Friday-Sundays and bank holiday Mondays.
Locals night, 5th June:  The first Wednesday evening of every month is locals night in the barn. The team at The Crown welcome locals to come down for a special set menu created by their talented head chef Luka.  2 courses for £20 and 3 courses for £25.  Bookings are highly recommended as it is expected to be a popular night.
Father’s day, Sunday 16th June – celebrate the big day with a slap-up roast.  Booking essential.
Quiz night:  On the last Thursday of the month (27th June). The quiz is £1 per person to join and there is a £50 bar tab to grab for the winning team (6 max per team).   8pm start.
Euros – all games will be shown in the bar area.
Bookings online here or tel 01453 608010
The Long Table, Brimscombe
Works to change the world through food.  They provide frozen ready-meals to people who need them and so much more.  Delicious hot food is served and is always pay as you can.  Special events in June:
Saturday, 1st June  6.00-10.00pm  Adam Kharita (jazz, soul & folk influences) 
Thursday, 6th June   7.00-9.00pm  Sanctuary:  Acapellies Community Choir (Booking essential)
Saturday, 8th June  6.00-11.00pm  Disco Sucks
Friday, 14th June  5.00-9.00pm  Friday Night Curry with music from Steve Ferbrache
Tuesday, 15th June  6.30-7.30pm  Stroud Imagines:  Place  (Guest Speakers The Long Table, The Heavens & Boss Morris)
Thursday, 27th June  4.30-5.30pm  The Architectural Happy Hour ‘Reusing Materials’
Friday, 28th June  5.00-6.00pm  Friday Night Curry with music from Steve Ferbrache
Saturday, 29th June  6.00-10.30pm  The Achievers
More details of these events can be found here.  
Burleigh Court Hotel, Burleigh
All locals are invited to enjoy the Burleigh Court wellness garden with any lunch, afternoon tea or dinner booking (Min spend £15 per person).  Hot tub and plunge pool, sauna and a treatment hut for holistic massages. Phone to book 01453883804.   More information here:
Burleigh Court has started the popular Friday Pizza Nights again on the back patio. 
Sunday, 23rd June 1.00-3.00pm  Sunday Jazz Lunch
Friday, 28th June  10.00-2.30pm  Wild Food Foraging Experience followed by a group lunch
Dates and more info here 
The Ragged Cot, Cirencester Road
The terrace is now open and live music is now back on stage.
Friday, 7th June  The Crickets alias Los Grilos
Friday, 14th June  Gilmore n’ Jaz
Friday, 21st June  Diane Arthurs and Chris Keir
Friday, 28th  June  Three Bop
More details of these events can be found here.
  Forthcoming Events for your Diary
  Thursday, 4th July:  Not only Election Day but “The Tempest” with the Festival Players.  Open-air Shakespeare at Horsfall House, Windmill Road, Minchinhampton.  Bookings here
Saturday, 6th July:  Cappella Singers Concert ‘Fanfare’ at Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Bookings here
Wednesday, 31st July:  Day out to Worcester with Ian Jarvis plus optional Evensong at Worcester Cathedral.  £24.  Part of the Three Choirs’ Festival.  Contact or telephone Ian (& Katie) Jarvis 01453 833131, 07403 899599 or 07802 357478
  Further Afield  
Saturday 15th June  7.00pm  Songs for a Summer Evening with Stroud Choral Society including Stroud Choral Youth Choir. St George’s Church, Nailsworth (Previously scheduled to be in Holy Trinity).  Tickets £15, under 13s free on the door, or from Box Office 0333 666 3366.
Wotton Concert Series, Saturday 29th June at 7.30pm.
St Mary the Virgin, Wotton-under-Edge.  London Mozart Players.  Julia Pusker – violin and Benedict Hoffnung – Conductor.  This is the first WCS concert after a four-year gap due to Covid.  Tickets and bookings here:
Cotswold Playhouse
13th – 15th and 19th -22nd June.  Treasure Island by Ken Ludwig –   the Cotswold Players.  £17- £9 for under 16s.  Appropriate for adults and children over 8 years.
Bookings here or phone 0333 666 3366
For further information of these events and details on how to book, please go to our website  
Also, please remember a list of regular weekly events can be found at the top of the Events’ page – click on a day of the week and you will see what is taking place, where and at what time.  For instance, the weekly Community Coffee Morning (with weekly notices) is held every Monday from 10.00am-12.00 noon at the Cotswold Club, High Street. 
Saturday, 1st June  10.00am–12.00noon  Coffee Morning, Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church Minchinhampton.  All welcome.  If you require a lift please call 01453 88900
Saturday, 1st June  8.30pm start  Red Mick (Simply Red Tribute band)  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Tickets £10 members, £15 guests.
Sunday 2nd June  8.45-10.00am  Parish Breakfast  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Join everyone for breakfast with a selection of cereals, croissants, bacon rolls, juice, tea and coffee.
Tuesday, 4th June  Minchinhampton Gardening Club:  Coach Trip to RHS Gardens at Wisley  For more information please contact:  07986 242988 (John)
Wednesday, 5th June   8.50am-6.00pm   Coach tour with Ian Jarvis to The Newt, Somerset – tours and lunch  Coach £27, The Newt’s full “Flowering package” £75 – Total £102 per person.
Private garden tour, group lunch, cyder tour and tasting.  Contact or telephone Ian (& Katie) Jarvis 01453 833131, 07403 899599 or 07802 357478
Wednesday, 5th June  2.30-4.00pm  Minchinhampton Women’s Institute:  John Nevil Maskelyne, Magician and Inventor  Coronation Scout Hut, Dr Browns Road.  Speaker:  Andy Meller.  All welcome to come along.  Contact Pam at
Thursday, 6th June  10.30am-12.00noon  Hampton Probus:  Birds, Tigers and Taj Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Members with guests by invitation. For further information contact:
Thursday, 6th June  10.45-11.30am  80th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings with the British Legion  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  All welcome.
Friday, 7th June  6.30-9.00pm  Box Bar  Box Village Hall
Friday, 7th June and Saturday, 8th June  7.30-9.30pm  Swing into Summer with the Stuart Singers  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Tickets £12.00 from Market Stores, Minchinhampton or online here.  Under 16s go free with an adult on Saturday night.
Saturday, 8th and Sunday, 9th June  11.00am-6.00pm  Open Studio at Mayfield, Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton Paintings by Frederica Hollas and Penelope Prince.
Saturday, 8th and Sunday, 9th June  11.00-6.00pm  Open Studio at Morven, St Chloe, Amberley.  Paintings by Alison Vickery.
Saturday, 8th and Sunday, 9th June  11.00-6.00pm  Open Studio at The Hide Artist Retreat, Pinfarthings.  Exhibition of work by Abi Spendlove, Alice Sheppard Fidler, Emma Gregory, Erika Trotzig, Freya Gabie, Jo Lathwood, Lucinda Burgess and Sharon Wylde.
Sunday, 9th June  9.00am-4.00pm  Horsfall House Annual Charity Walk, Jog, Run  A route of 10 miles (or 3-4 miles if you prefer the shorter version) around Minchinhampton, the Gatcombe Park woods and Avening Court.  Entry to this event is by voluntary donation and the suggested minimum donations are as follows:  Individual – £20, Family (two adults, three children) – £40, Children 16 and under – £5.  Registration at Minchinhampton Community Library till 1.00pm and donations online here.
Sunday, 9th June  2.00-5.00pm  Big Green Garage Sale/Repair Café/Clothes Swap  Undercroft, Market House (and 24 locations for garage sales).  There will be refreshments, maps if you haven’t down loaded them, a treasure hunt for the kids.  Check Facebook and  for further updates or contact:
Monday, 10th June  10.30am-12.00noon  Poems in the Porch Room  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Welcomes all, but especially people who are living with memory problems.  Contact Jo Smith on 01453 834714 for further information. 
Monday, 10th June 12.30-2.00pm  Poetry & Words (Minchinhampton Folk Club), Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  This meeting will be subsidised by the Folk Club so there will be no entry charge but please support the Cotswold club by using the coffee machine or the bar for drinks. Cake will be provided!

Monday, 10th June  6.30-9.00pm  Cotswold Wellness Hub:  Evening Walk –  Minchinhampton/Rodborough Commons  Meet at Crown Inn, High Street, Minchinhampton for 8-mile walk.  Tickets £12.50 online here.
Monday, 10th June  7.00-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Parish Council Planning Committee.  Trap House, West End.  Members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email the clerk to confirm details.  Email:
Wednesday, 12th June  10.00am-12.00noon  Litter Pick (part of the Great Big Green Week)  Everyone welcome.  Let Jennie South know if there is an area that needs attention.  All equipment provided. or 01453 883456
Thursday, 13th June  10.00am-12.00noon.  Minchinhampton Probus: John Nevil Maskelyne  speaker Andy Meller  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Meeting starts 10.30am.  New members and guests welcome. Contact John Collinson
Thursday, 13th June, Friday, 14th June and Saturday, 15th June  7.30-10.00pm  ‘The Ladykillers’ by Minchinhampton Players  Tickets £12 (cash or card) from Market Stores, Minchinhampton  Get your tickets early as last production was sell-out.
Friday, 14th June  6.30-9.00pm  Box Bar  Box Village Hall
Saturday, 15th and Sunday, 16th June  11.00am-6.00pm Open Studios at Mayfield, Tobacconist Road Minchinhampton; Morven, St Chloe, Amberley and The Hide Artist Retreat, Pinfarthings.  (See previous entries for 8th & 9th June for more detail)
Saturday, 15th June  10.00am-12.00noon  Bio-blitz the Churchyard  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Look to see if there are some creatures making their home in the churchyard.  Families with children very welcome.  For more information contact Gerald South 01453 883456 or email

Saturday, 15th June  12.00noon-4.00pm  Minchinhampton Primary Summer Fete  Minchinhampton School  Barbecue, bar, live music, climbing wall, bouncy castle, circus skills, stalls and fun!

Sunday, 16th June  1.00-5.00pm  Hill House Garden Party  Hill House, Amberley  Tashi, Tenzin and family from Tibet offer feast, stories, song and dance.  Tickets £20.00 available here or on the door (if any left!)

Tuesday, 18th June   7.00-9.00pm  Minch Book Club  The Crown, High Street.  Book of the month:   ‘A Respectable Trade’ by Philippa Gregory.    For further information contact:  Rachel Montgomery at  or 07715 303707

Wednesday, 19th June  10.30am-12.00noon.  Social Book Club  Minchinhampton Community Library, School Road.  ‘Lessons in Chemistry’ by Bonnie Garmus will be this month’s book discussion.  

Wednesday, 19th June  1.30pm  Box Gardening Club:  Visit to Stroud’s Museum in the Park garden  For more information please contact:  Mark Rogers on 833588.
Thursday, 20th June  Amberley Gardening Club:  Visit to Awkward Hill Bibury and Buscot Park, Faringdon  For further information please contact:
Thursday, 20th June  10.30am-12.00noon  Hampton Probus:  British Leyland  Cotswold Club, High Street, Minchinhampton.  Members with guests by invitation. For further information contact:
Thursday, 20th June  12.00noon-3.30pm  Minchinhampton Ladies Lunch Club:  Reclaim your Vitality  The Old Lodge, Minchinhampton Common.  Speaker:  Trish Tucker May.  New members welcome but it is important to contact Biddy Hadfield before attending the lunch.
Friday, 21st June  9.30-11.00am  M.A.P.S. Meeting (Minchinhampton Additional Needs Parents Support Group.  Minchinhampton Baptist Church, Tetbury Street.  Welcoming all parents & carers of children with additional needs diagnosed/undiagnosed from Minchinhampton and beyond.
Friday, 21st June  12.00-2.30pm  Friday Lunch  The Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.   All welcome to a two-course hot lunch with coffee, or tea, and all donations will support a a new project working with the Bishop of Masasi.  Sign–up sheet at the back of the church to help with planning, and if you have particular dietary needs.  For further information contact: Linda or Stephen Jarvis 884545. 
Friday, 21st June  5.30-9.00pm  Walk for Longfield – Minchinhampton/Rodborough  All walkers will set off from Longfield’s base in Minchinhampton between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. Choose from either a 5k or 10k route to suit you.  Walk Including Burger, Pimms and a Pud Adult – £18, Child – £12;  Walk Only Adult – £12, Child – £8;  Food Only (Burger, Pimms and a Pud) Adult – £7.50, Child – £5.00  Book online here: 

Friday, 21st June  7.30-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Local History Group:  Murder in Minchinhampton.  This recalls some of the more gruesome assaults that have occurred in the town and its environs over the last couple of centuries including the Baby Basin Murder in Box.  Not for the faint-hearted apparently.  Tickets £5 available from the Market Stores and on the door.

Saturday, 22nd June – Sunday, 23rd June  8.00pm-5.30am  Midsummer Celebration  Voltaires Wood, Minchinhampton.  Midsummer woodland festivities with the opportunity to continue the celebrations by camping overnight and greeting the dawn. This event is for ages 12+.  Tickets:  £25 adults, £12.50 under 18s.  Bookings here
Sunday, 23rd June – Thursday, 27th June  Holiday in and around Chester with Ian Jarvis Five days, four nights at the 4 star The Queen at Chester Hotel, dinner, bed and full English breakfast from £620pp  Contact or telephone Ian (& Katie) Jarvis 01453 833131, 07403 899599 or 07802 357478
Sunday, 23rd June  2.00-6.00pm  Open Gardens in Minchinhampton (a MinchLife event)  Tucked away town and country gardens.  Tickets £5.00 available from Market Stores, or Market House on day.  Accompanied children free.
Sunday, 23rd June  4.00-6.30pm  ‘The Importance of being Earnest’  Manor House, Amberley  A production by Rain or Shine Theatre Company  Tickets:  £16 Adults, £8 Children (aged 5-15)
Bookings:  03306 600541 or online here  (in aid of Stroud Women’s Refuge).
Monday, 24th June  7.00-9.30pm  Minchinhampton Parish Council Full Committee.  The Baptist Church, Tetbury Street.  Members of the public wishing to join the meeting should email the clerk to confirm details.  Email:
Tuesday, 25th June  3.30-5.00pm  Messy Church  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton  Crafts, Song and Worship.  All children must bring an adult.
Thursday, 27th June 9.30-11.00am  Stroud Businesswomen’s Network Meeting Minchinhampton New Golf Course, off Hampton Hill.  Non-members who would like a free introductory meeting please email
Thursday, 27th  June  10.00am-12.00noon.  Minchinhampton Probus: Walking to Rome  Porch Room, Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  Meeting starts 10.30am.  New members and guests welcome. Contact John Collinson
Thursday, 27th June  8.00-11.00pm  Crown Quiz  The Crown, High Street, Minchinhampton  Only £1 per person entry. Book a table now to avoid disappointment email or phone 01453 608010
Friday, 28th June  Music for a Summer’s Evening  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton  Indoor picnic concert of light classical music with Minchinhampton Community Choir, the Stuart Singers, and the Church Choir in aid of music in Holy Trinity.  Bring own picnic/drink  Tickets £10 from Market Stores.
Friday, 28th June  6.00-9.00pm  Woodfired Pizza in the Undercroft  Market House, Minchinhampton.   A new venture by Midnight Pizza.  Bookings in advance would be useful (but not essential) – please contact:  email:, tel 07800 742798.    Website –
Saturday, 29th June  9.00am-1.00pm  Plants and Crafts Sale in the Undercroft  Market House,  Minchinhampton.  For more information contact:  Chris French
Saturday, 29th June  12.00noon-4.00pm  1st Birthday Celebrations at Amberley Shop and Café Holy Trinity Church, Amberley.  BBQ, Ploughmans & Platters, Cream Teas, Food & Drink tastings, Amberley Artisans, Plant sales, children’s activities, etc. 
Saturday, 29th June  7.30-10.00pm  Thames Head Singers:  Time and Tide, Songs of Summer  Holy Trinity Church, Minchinhampton.  To celebrate 100 years of Stanford and Faure plus Vaughan Williams, Elgar, Sting and Diemer.  Drinks available from 6.45 pm.  Tickets £15 – under 16s free.  Tickets available at Market Stores and online here.

Sunday, 30th June  7.45-10.30pm  Race Night  Cotswold Club, High Street.  Members and signed in guests.  Percentage to go to Longfield Hospice.

As always, please do get in touch if you would like us to add anything to our newsletters or if you see any omissions or alterations.   If you know of any newcomers to the town, please do tell them about MinchLife and this newsletter.
Anne and Janet

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