• The Pembridge Map Launch Weekend

    Come and join our celebrations in the medieval village of Pembridge.
    The Pembridge Map is an amazing piece of embroidery worked by the Pembridge Tapestry Group over the last two years following on from The Pembridge Tapestries. The weekend will include a Pageant through the village; the school choir; the Taiko Drumming Band; Tony Norman, local naturalist and Pembridge Tree Warden for a circular walk; guided tour of Pembridge's houses; and local author Anne O'Brien talking about the ups and downs of writing historical fiction; music by local singer Little Wren, and ending with a Ceilidh.... Refreshments between 10am-5pm, licensed bar. For further information contact Gill Smith on 01544 388441. Read more

  • How to Use Words Well

    How to Use Words Well with Mark Earey Read more


    The 35th event takes place on 22 & 23 June 2019, with 14 glorious gardens to visit over the weekend. Tickets are £6.00, accompanied schoolchildren, free. Teas, plants and horticultural advice at Hightown Community Room. Flowers and music in St George's Church, Clun, for which all funds are raised for. Free parking at the Memorial Hall, Clun. Read more

  • Diocese of Hereford Organists' Training Scheme - Organists for the Future

    The Diocese of Hereford Organists' Training Scheme invites you to a celebratory event marking 18 years of the work of DHOTS, training organists in the Diocese of Hereford (and beyond). To include an introduction to the work/role of DHOTS by the Bishop of Hereford and Peter Dyke, including work with young people. If you would like to come, please contact Grahame Taylor on gt@gttaylor.co.uk or telephone 01584 831147.
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  • The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion Conference

    "I don't think outside the box; I think of what I can do with the box". A Conference looking at the issues raised between the interface of science and religion.
    The Conference will start on the evening of Friday 8th November with a well known nationally respected speaker, followed on the Saturday 9th November by the actual Conference.
    (times tbc)

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