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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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Sat
01
Jun
Men's Breakfast (Parish Centre)
Guest speaker Paul Bell: ‘Life on the streets’ Free admission. Cooked breakfast.
Enquiries to John Hughes 722582

Time: 8:00am
 
 
Sat
01
Jun
Pazapa Annual Coffee Concert (Methodist Church)
‘The Beauty of the Baroque’ – music by Handel, Telemann and JS Bach.With Richard Silk and friends. Followed by light refreshments. Free admission, donations to Pazapa.

Time: 10:30am
 
 
Sat
01
Jun
Earth Repair Centre - Community Open Day (Karuna Insight Design, Picklescott SY6 6NT)
Come along and see the progress that has been made since 2005. Guided tours, demos, child-friendly activities, refreshments, trees and plants sale.  


Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
 
 
Sat
01
Jun
Traditional Village Fete at Ticklerton (In the Orchard at Ticklerton Hall)
Stalls include, the plant stall, cake stall, afternoon teas, air rifle shooting, tombola plus a tank and classic cars. Entertainment will be provided by Stretton Strummers and Stretton Accordion players. Come and enjoy the fun. For more information contact nichola@eatonmanor.co.uk Tel: 01694 724814.
Time: 2:00pm
 
 
Sat
01
Jun
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
03
Jun
Flicks in the Sticks (Church Stretton School Theatre)
‘Stan and Ollie’  Cert 12A. RT: 97 minutes  Tickets £4 adults, £2 under 18s  Refreshments, ample parking.
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Tue
04
Jun
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
04
Jun
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
 
 
Wed
05
Jun
C.A.M.E.O. Meeting (Parish Centre)
Alan Robinson: ‘Muck, mirth and miracles at Acton Scott’ All welcome.
Time: 2:30pm
 
 
Wed
05
Jun
Little Stretton Village Society (LSVS) Talk (Little Stretton Village Hall)
David and Madeline Haigh:  ‘The structure and history of the Tan House and its owners and residents.  Tickets: £5 from Karen on 720345
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Thu
06
Jun
CS & District Gardening Club Outing
Ashwood Nursery, Kingswinford  Open to all, priority given to club members. Info from 720131
 
 
Thu
06
Jun
Friends Against Scams (CS Library)
Scam awareness. Drop in and pick up advice on how to prevent becoming a victim of scams.  
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
 
 
Fri
07
Jun
‘In at The Deep End’ Concert (Silvester Horne Institute)
Stretton Pool Action - In at The Deep End’ - featuring versatile and entertaining local fiddler Brian Stone, accompanied by kindred musical spirit Ed Drury on guitar - will play exhilarating and haunting melodies and more, from a genre-bending repertoire, ranging from the 16th century to date.
Tickets £10 in advance from Burway Books, John Thomas Florist or CS Town Council Office.  Or £12 on the door. Bar, cakes and tea/coffee available.
In aid of Stretton Pool Action

Time: 7:30pm - 10:30pm
 
 
Sat
08
Jun
Charities Day (The Square)
Charities taking part are Tuesday Club, Animal Samaritans, RNLI, Stretton Traidcraft, Stretton Climate Care/Youth Council, Rotary Club, Amnesty International, Church Stretton Good Neighbours and Friends of Church Stretton Library. Come along to our local Charities Day and support local charities and maybe grab yourself a bargain! This event is supported by Church Stretton Town Council.
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm
 
 
Sat
08
Jun
CS Brownies Centenary (URC Hall)
Grand Celebration includes dedication of new flag, digging up of time Capsule, photographs, artefacts plus Brownie games and songs. There will be cake!
Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm
 
 
Sat
08
Jun
Spring Fair (St Lawrence Primary School)
Hosted by the Friends of St Lawrence Primary School and Nursery.  Crafts, face painting, books, plants, raffle, inflatables and much more.
Time: 11:00am - 3:00pm
 
 
Sat
08
Jun
Flicks in the Sticks (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Mary Poppins Returns (U) - Decades after her original visit, the magical nanny returns to help the Banks siblings and Michael's children through a difficult time in their lives. Film starts at 5.30pm with refreshments and a licensed bar available from 4.30pm. £5 per adult, £3 per child, £15 per family, booking advised.

Time: 5:30pm
 
 
Mon
10
Jun
Eaton-under-Heywood & Hope Bowdler WI (Hope Bowdler Village Hall)
Members’ outing.  Contact: Alex Freeland 722532
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Tue
11
Jun
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
11
Jun
P.A.C.T. Police Surgery (Mayfair)
Subject to police duties/incidents
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
 
 
Tue
11
Jun
Royal Ballet: "Romeo and Juliet" (Church Stretton School Theatre)
Royal Ballet: ‘Romeo and Juliet’  Satellite screening  Tickets: £12 adults, £8 juniors
Pre-theatre meal available: £15.  Enquiries/pre-bookings: 722209

Time: 7:15pm
 
 
Wed
12
Jun
Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Strettons Branch (Plush Hill)
Evening walk/flora survey on ‘Plush Hill’, led by members of the local Botany Survey Team of SWT.  Members £3, non-members £4  5.45pm Meet at car park near ‘Jinlye’ (SO 4516 9631)
Time: 5:45pm
 
 
Wed
12
Jun
Author Talk - Kate Hamer (URC Hall)
Meet Kate Hamer, best selling author of 'Girl in the Red Coat' and 'The Doll Funeral'. She will be talking about her new novel 'Crushed': Phoebe thought murder and murder happened. Thoughts are just thoughts, they said. Now she knows they were wrong.
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
 
 
Thu
13
Jun
CS Marmaladies WI ( Carding Mill Valley)
Evening with the National Trust at Carding Mill Valley: pond-dipping and orienteering.
Email: marmaladieswi@gmail.com

Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Sat
15
Jun
RSPB South Shropshire Local Group
Wildlife walk at Brandhill Gutter. Leader: Lionel Bridge: 07568 357112  Lunch in pub/café10am  www.rspbsouthshropshire.co.uk  10am Meet on the lane just south of Brandhill Farm (SO 421 788)
Time: 10:00am
 
 
Sat
15
Jun
‘Tools for Self Reliance’ Charity Drop-Off (Easthope Road Car Park)
Rotary Club initiative, supporting communities overseas. Bring your old tools to our collection point. If you can’t make it, we can collect them. Phone Gloria Carter: 724106

Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
 
 
Sat
15
Jun
Quiz Evening (Mayfair)
In aid of Mayfair  Cost: £5 per person
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Sat
15
Jun
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
16
Jun
Fathers and Families Fun Day and Dog Show (Sandford Avenue Recreation Park)
Come and enjoy a great day out in the Park and bring your dog with you. There are many attractions which will appeal to all.
Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm
 
 
Sun
16
Jun
Wollerton Old Hall Open Garden (Wollerton Old Hall Garden, Wollerton, Market Drayton, TF9 3NA)
Organisation: British Red Cross - Join us in the stunning surroundings of Wollerton Old Hall, beautiful gardens designed around a 16th Century Hall House.
The garden at Wollerton Old Hall has been designed and developed by Lesley and John Jenkins since 1984. It is set around a 16th Century Hall House and has developed into an important modern garden in the English Garden tradition with echoes of Arts and Crafts, covering four acres.
The garden comprises of three north-south vistas and three east-west vistas with winding pathways and hedges, allowing a sense of being in separate gardens.
Come and enjoy wandering through these beautiful gardens with a glass of fizz and canapes.

Time: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
 
 
Tue
18
Jun
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
18
Jun
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
18
Jun
All Stretton WI (All Stretton Village Hall)
Katie Anderson: ‘Shrewsbury Food Hub’. Contact: Jean Huff 723706.  Email: allstrettonwi@gmail.com

Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Wed
19
Jun
Ben Aaronovitch - Lunchtime Talk & Booksigning (Burway Books)
We are one of the chosen independent bookshops to host international best selling author Ben Aaronovitch on the publicity tour for his new book, 'The October Man' - a Rivers of London novella. He will be stopping here to give a short talk and sign copies of the new book. The event is FREE but please book a ticket if you  want to be sure of hearing him talk - space is limited.  Note: we recommend you pre-order  your copy of the book - Ben will only be signing copies of books bought from us.
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
 
 
Wed
19
Jun
The Bundle (URC Hall)
Friends of Church Stretton Library - An asylums’ seeker’s story by Journeymen Theatre. Age range 16+ Tickets £5 available Burway Books, JR Thomas florist
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
 
 
Wed
19
Jun
Rushbury and Cardington WI (Rushbury Village Hall)
A talk by Mynd Hardy Plants:  ‘The Victorian Walled Garden’  Visitors welcome.
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Thu
20
Jun
CS Walking Festival 2019
All tastes and abilities catered for with scenic walks, pub walks, challenging walks, themed walks etc. Details from the website:
churchstrettonwalkingfestival.co.uk


 
 
Thu
20
Jun
Summer Cookery Course (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
This workshop is all about the joys of fair-weather eating. You will make sensational salads, perfect picnics and sweet treats to enjoy on all those lazy Summer days.  With her flair for foraging and her gardening knowhow, Milly will show you how to prepare delicious dishes using local herbs, vegetables and country produce. As always, you’ll go home with lots of your day’s achievements so bring plenty of containers! £35 per person, booking essential.

Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
 
 
Fri
21
Jun
CS Walking Festival 2019
All tastes and abilities catered for with scenic walks, pub walks, challenging walks, themed walks etc. Details from the website:
churchstrettonwalkingfestival.co.uk


Time: 12:00am
 
 
Fri
21
Jun
Save the Children "Centenary Lunch" (Parish Centre)
Summer Lunch with puddings.  Cost: £6.50 to inc tea/coffee  Please pay at the door.
12noon-1.30pm Parish Centre

Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
 
 
Sat
22
Jun
CS Walking Festival 2019
All tastes and abilities catered for with scenic walks, pub walks, challenging walks, themed walks etc. Details from the website:
churchstrettonwalkingfestival.co.uk


Time: 12:00am
 
 
Sat
22
Jun
BRAIN - A GOOD USER GUIDE (Church Stretton Leisure Centre)
Dr Barbara Hall PhD CBiol FRSB will present “BRAIN – A GOOD USER GUIDE” 
As keen advocates of exercise, especially swimming, we know how important exercise can be for the body and soul.   However did you know that it can
also help our brain health?   We invite you to hear from Dr Barbara Hall who will explain how exercise can keep our brains healthy and help prevent
all kinds of degenerative complaints.   
Ticket price £3 available in advance at CS Leisure Centre, John Thomas florist or purchased on the day at the Leisure Centre.  In aid of Stretton Pool Action

Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
 
 
Sat
22
Jun
Walk For Parkinson's (Ludlow Rugby Club)
Join us for our lovely new evening walk around Ludlow Castle on Saturday 22nd June at 6pm. 'Probably the loveliest town in England…' John Betjeman 1943.’

Time: 6:00pm
 
 
Sat
22
Jun
More Singers' Choral Concert (URC Hall)
‘In Summer’s Cool Shade’ – British and Irish songs for a summer evening.
Tickets: £10, from Burway Books, John Thomas florist, choir members or on the door. Donation to charity.  Contact Alistair Auld: 07981 399482

Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Sat
22
Jun
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
23
Jun
CS Walking Festival 2019
All tastes and abilities catered for with scenic walks, pub walks, challenging walks, themed walks etc. Details from the website:
churchstrettonwalkingfestival.co.uk


Time: 12:00am
 
 
Tue
25
Jun
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
25
Jun
Pop Up Mayfair (Green Room/Annexe Wistanstow Village Hall)
A chance for communities outside CS to experience what Mayfair has to offer.
Do pop in and see us.  

Time: 10:00am - 12:30pm
 
 
Tue
25
Jun
Matthew Bourne Ballet: "Swan Lake" (Church Stretton School Theatre)
Satellite screening  Tickets: £12 adults, £8 juniors  Pre-theatre meal available: £15.  Enquiries/pre-bookings: 722209
Time: 7:15pm
 
 
Wed
26
Jun
CS & District Gardening Club Outing
Stockton Bury Gardens, Leominster.  Open to all, priority given to club members. Info from 720131
 
 
Wed
26
Jun
Little Stretton Village Hall AGM (Little Stretton Village Hall)
Reports and elections followed by drinks and nibbles. All residents of Little Stretton and Minton welcome.
Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Fri
28
Jun
Flicks in the Sticks (Discovery Centre, Craven Arms)
Instant Family (12a) - A couple find themselves in over their heads when they foster three children. They hope to take in one small child but when they meet three siblings, including a rebellious 15 year-old girl, they find themselves speeding from zero to three kids overnight. Now, Pete and Ellie must try to learn the ropes of instant parenthood in the hopes of becoming a family. £5 per adult, £3 per child, £15 per family, booking advised. Film starts at 7.30pm with refreshments and a licensed bar available from 6.30pm. Also available will be a Shropshire Lamb Curry special, £8 on the night and £7 when booked in advance. 

Time: 7:30pm
 
 
Sat
29
Jun
Geology of the Long Mynd Field Trip (Carding Mill Valley Pavilion)
With members of the Shropshire Geological Society. Full day programme. Booking is essential – contact mary.steer1@btopenworld.com


Time: 10:00am
 
 
Sat
29
Jun
Acton Scott Village Fete (Acton Scott Hall)
Bar, BBQ and teas available. Entertainment includes maypole dancers, Shropshire Strummers and Fever49 Music Group. Stalls include cakes and produce, plants, books and toys. Also numerous games for all the family to enjoy. Free admission.
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
 
 
Sat
29
Jun
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
30
Jun
P.A.C.T. Police Surgery (Police Station)
Subject to police duties/incidents
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
 
 
Sun
30
Jun
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