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PLEASE NOTE:  The calendar of Regular Events is NOT amended over Bank Holiday periods (eg Christmas, New Year, Easter)- so if any regular event is shown on the calendar during these times, please check with the organiser to see whether in fact it will be taking place.

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Fri
19
Apr
Stretton Choral Society Spring Concert (St Laurence Church)
A Good Friday performance  of Bach's  St John Passion in St Laurence's Church. Contact Ru Trew for more information on 01694 724297
 
 
Fri
19
Apr
Easter Crafts Drop In (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Spend Good Friday with the team at the Discovery Centre trying your hand at fun, seasonal crafts; from 3-D eggs to sheep with fluffy paint, yellow fork painted chicks to paper rabbits disappearing down their hole, and various flowers galore as we enjoy the Spring. Just £4 per child aged 3 and above.
Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm
 
 
Fri
19
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Sat
20
Apr
CS Ballroom & Sequence Dance Club (Silvester Horne Institute)
Come and enjoy an informal evening of dance and socialising. All abilities welcome, with or without a partner.
Info from Christine 01694 723386
Time: 8:00pm - 11:00pm
 
 
Mon
22
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Tue
23
Apr
Church Stretton Tuesday Club (Registered Charity) (URC Hall, High Street)
For men and women of all ages, who enjoy companionship or who may live alone. Door-to-door transport, all day refreshments, hot two-course meal, entertainment and outings.  Very low fees.  
For further information, phone Eileen 01694 720086.

Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
 
 
Tue
23
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Wed
24
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Thu
25
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Fri
26
Apr
Remarkable Romans, Easter Holiday Activity (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Become a Romano-Britain living in the vicinity of the fourth largest city. Make a groma and see if you can set out a straight Roman road. Try a snack and try eating it lying on a ‘couch’. Plan a banquet and do your maths homework with roman numeral on a tablet. Test your knowledge of what foods were introduced here by the Romans. See if you are worthy of being a citizen – can you properly fold a toga? £4 per accompanied 4-11 year old, booking advised. 
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
 
 
Sat
27
Apr
Burway Books - A talk by Author Fiona Davison (URC Hall)
Author Fiona Davison will be giving a talk on her new book, 'The Hidden Horticulturists: the Untold Story of the Men Who Shaped Britain's Gardens'. Fiona studied history at the University of Oxford and joined the Royal Horticultural Society in 2012 as their Head of Libraries and Exhibitions. She appears frequently on television and radio to talk about garden history.
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
 
 
Sat
27
Apr
CS Ballroom & Sequence Dance Club (Silvester Horne Institute)
Come and enjoy an informal evening of dance and socialising. All abilities welcome, with or without a partner.
Info from Christine 01694 723386
Time: 8:00pm - 11:00pm
 
 
Sun
28
Apr
Stokesay Court Private Guided Tours (Stokesay Court)
Private Guided Tours with Afternoon Tea and Home Baking
In the rolling hills of the Shropshire countryside, this stunning historic house sits within beautiful grounds. Stokesay Court found fame as the principal setting for the award-winning film ‘Atonement’. Come and explore its imposing late Victorian façade, then pause for afternoon tea with home baking in our Dining Room. You are welcome to roam the woods and grounds after your tour.
Booking is essential. To book, please visit our website at www.stokesaycourt.com or call the house on 01584 856 238.  £16.50 per person. 
Time: 2:30pm
 
 
Tue
30
Apr
Church Stretton Tuesday Club (Registered Charity) (URC Hall, High Street)
For men and women of all ages, who enjoy companionship or who may live alone. Door-to-door transport, all day refreshments, hot two-course meal, entertainment and outings.  Very low fees.  
For further information, phone Eileen 01694 720086.

Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
 
 
Tue
30
Apr
Stokesay Court Private Guided Tours (Stokesay Court)
Private Guided Tours with Afternoon Tea and Home Baking
In the rolling hills of the Shropshire countryside, this stunning historic house sits within beautiful grounds. Stokesay Court found fame as the principal setting for the award-winning film ‘Atonement’. Come and explore its imposing late Victorian façade, then pause for afternoon tea with home baking in our Dining Room. You are welcome to roam the woods and grounds after your tour.
Booking is essential. To book, please visit our website at www.stokesaycourt.com or call the house on 01584 856 238.  £16.50 per person. 
Time: 2:30pm