Diary

Every effort will be made to check entries for accurate information but the parish council cannot be held responsible for any errors in the listed events. If in doubt, check with the organiser or the management of the venue indicated. Regular events held in the Library are listed on the appropriate page HERE: 'special' events will appear below. All such events will be listed in 'What's On Soon' in the Community Information section

*~* 2019 *~*

February 2019:
Thursday 21st February 
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE
 
Thursday 21st February
Townswomen's Guild (TG) meeting/presentation
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church of St. Mary's)
2.00 pm
Regular 'third Thursday in month' meeting; see the entry for the TWG on this web site . . . HERE
 
Saturday 23rd February
"Soup & Pud" Lunch, with raffle [A Mothers' Union event]
St. Mary's church hall, Station Road (opposite Memorial Hall)
Noon - 1.30 pm
Delicious home-made soup & puddings - raising funds for Mothers' Union projects. For more on the work of St. Mary the Virgin, our parish church, and its members, see the web site . . . HERE

Monday 25th February
" The mountains and valleys of Yunnan " (illustrated talk)
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Rd/opposite Library)
2.30 pm
Russell Beeson presents this talk in the St. Martin's 'Discovery Group' series: entry costs £3=, which includes refreshments after the presentation. For more detail, see the web site of the URC . . . HERE
 
Thursday 28th February
Jigsaw Puzzle Day
Library, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road)
All day (within Library opening hours)
A chance to enjoy jigsaw puzzles and swap with others. Drop in any time the Library is open (see Library page for opening hours): for further information, contact the Library . . . see web page . . . HERE

March 2019:
Friday 1st March
World Day of Prayer
Pinehurst Community Church, 90, Pinehurst Road
10.00 am
Everyone welcome: a joint service for all churches in the community

Saturday 2nd March
" An Evening with Francesco and Daniela "
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road)
3.00 pm
A very talented pianist Francesco Iannusso and saxophonist Daniela Ievolo will play famous pieces from around the world with supporting items from the St. Martin's Gospel Choir - of which they are the leaders: tickets (£5=) from the Elders of St. Martin's or from Brewer and Brewer, Estate Agents (opposite the church) or you can reserve on line. For more details, see the February newsletter on the web site of the United Reformed Church . . . HERE

Tuesday 5th March
Coffee Morning
Pinehurst Community Church, 90 Pinehurst Road
10.00 - 11.30 am
Join us for coffee and homemade cakes, you'll be sure of a warm welcome! Regular 'first Tuesday of the month' event, except August. For more on the work of this church, see their web site . . . HERE
 
Tuesday 5th March
Annual Public (Parish) Meeting
St. Anthony's RC Church Hall, Pinehurst Road (vehicle access off Woolslope Rd)
7.00 pm [usually lasts a couple of hours]
This is an 'open' meeting where the work of the Parish Council is presented to the community. Refreshments will be provided: presentations: "The future of Domiciliary Care in Dorset" - Simon Meers, who is Senior CHC Commissioning Manager for the NHS Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group and Eryl Balazs, Commissioning Manager for over 65s & Carers, Dorset County Council will be guest speakers. The poster advertising the event can be viewed/downloaded . . . HERE, and the agenda . . . HERE.
[ To see the Minutes of the 2018 meeting, which gives a good idea of what goes on, see this link . . . HERE (pdf document ) ]

Thursday 7th March 
Rhyme Time at the Library: World Book Day!
Library, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road)

10.30 - 11.15 am
Come along dressed as your favourite character from a book. Contact the Library for more detail - see the Library page . . . HERE

Thursday 7th March
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. Regular 'first and third' Thursday event. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE
 
Thursday 7th March 
"Lent Lunches" - Christian Aid & St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's church hall, Station Road, opposite Memorial Hall
Noon - 1.30 pm
Soup, Bread, Fruit - Tea/Coffee: collection for Christian Aid - Sudan Appeal; All Welcome! (see the St. Mary's web site . . . HERE, and read their parish magazine)

Thursday 7th March
WI presentation: "Surviving the House that sat down"; speaker Alice May
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.15 pm
For more detail - and to see what the WI can offer, see their web page . . . HERE
 
Saturday 9th March
Coffee Morning
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.00 am - Noon
Home-made cakes & a raffle: a wonderful opportunity to meet friends and new people!

Saturday 9th March
The Big Spring Clean: Litter Pick
Meet outside the Co-op/PO on Station Road by 10.30 am
10.30 am - Noon (or as long as you can spare)
Everyone welcome: under 14s must be supervised by an adult. Equipment provided - for more, see/download the poster . . . HERE or contact the Parish Office in Park Way, or call 01202 861 044 or email . . . HERE

Saturday 9th March
FB Pocket Orchestra - concert
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
7.30 pm
A great opportunity to experience a truly fabulous evening with a terrific group of mult-instrumentalists. It will perfectly capture all of the elements of the 20s and 30s. The show features a charming collection of songs. Tickets are £8= for adults and £4= for children. Available from The School Shop (Station Road/near the Co-op), or call 01202 890 098 or 01202 871 616 or on the door. The concert is in support of Mission Aviation Fellowship and St. Mary's parish church.
[ for other detail - keep an eye on the web site (and the linked parish magazine there) for more detail . . . HERE ]

Monday 11th March
Horticultural Society: Illustrated Talk - " The National Garden Scheme ": speaker David Moon
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
[ The web site for the National Garden Scheme can be found . . . HERE: when local gardens are indicated as being 'open' to the public, then those details will appear in this Diary. ]
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
 
Monday 18th March - Saturday 23rd March
Shakespeare Week
Library, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road)
(various events)
Take part in a quiz and re-read some old favourites: contact the Library for more information - see the Library page . . . HERE

Monday 18th March
" Namibia and Botswana Odyssey " (illustrated talk)
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Rd/opposite Library)
2.30 pm
Christopher Legrand presents this talk in the St. Martin's 'Discovery Group' series: entry costs £3=, which includes refreshments after the presentation. For more detail, see the web site of the URC . . . HERE

Wednesday 20th March
West Moors Flower Group: "My Family and other Animals" (speaker: Julie Jeans)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Wednesday 20th March
Quiz Night!
Brook View Residential and Nursing Care Home, Riverside Road (off Station Road)
5.30 pm (quiz starts at 6.30 pm)
Join in for the Quiz Night at Brook View with 'Food in a Basket' and Refreshments - served at 5.30 pm, with the Quiz commencing at 6.30 pm. Cost: £5= per head - in aid of Myra's Wells. Book at Reception. Call 01202 891 333 or see the appropriate web page (choose 'News and Events'). . .
HERE
Thursday 21st March
Scams Awareness session
Library, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road)
10.00 am - Noon
If you would like to know more about scams - then come along to find out how to protect yourself and others. For further information, contact the Library: their page on this web site can be found . . . HERE

Thursday 21st March
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE
 
Thursday 21st March 
"Lent Lunches" - Christian Aid & St. Mary's Church
St. Mary's church hall, Station Road, opposite Memorial Hall
Noon - 1.30 pm
Soup, Bread, Fruit - Tea/Coffee: collection for Christian Aid - Sudan Appeal; All Welcome! (see the St. Mary's web site . . . HERE, and read their parish magazine)
 
Saturday 23rd March
Horticultural Society: Spring Show
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
1.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
April 2019:
Tuesday 2nd April
Coffee Morning
Pinehurst Community Church, 90 Pinehurst Road
10.00 - 11.30 am
Join us for coffee and homemade cakes, you'll be sure of a warm welcome! Regular 'first Tuesday of the month' event, except August. For more on the work of this church, see their web site . . . HERE
 
Thursday 4th April
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE
 
Thursday 4th April
WI Annual General Meeting
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.15 pm
For more detail - and to see what the WI can offer, see their web page . . . HERE
 
Monday 8th April
Horticultural Society: Annual General Meeting - and Illustrated Talk - " Mountains and Valleys of Yunnan " - speaker Russell Beeson
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.00 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th April
West Moors Drama production: "Love at Last", a comedy by Raymond Hopkins
Memorial Hall, Station Road, opposite parish church
Curtain-up 7.45 pm (Bar/access from 7.00 pm)
Tickets £8= from Dixon Kelley Estate Agents (Penn Court, opposite the Elephant and Castle/Tesco) or on the door.
To keep an eye on West Moors Drama and its activities, have a look at their web site . . . HERE

Saturday 13th April (provisional)
Coffee Morning
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.00 am - Noon
Home-made cakes & a raffle: a wonderful opportunity to meet friends and new people!

Wednesday 17th April
West Moors Flower Group: regular monthly meeting
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Thursday 18th April
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE
 
Good Friday (Public Holiday): 19th April
Easter Day: Sunday 21st April
Easter Monday (Public Holiday): 22nd April
Sunday 28th April
"Songs of Praise and Joy"
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
3.00 pm
Celebrating the important role that music and singing plays in our lives: followed by afternoon tea. For more, see this web page . . . HERE

May 2019:
Thursday 2nd May
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]

Thursday 2nd May (provisional / more information to be published)
Elections to the two new 'unitary' councils across Dorset following re-organisation
Polling Stations - as notified by Polling Card (postal/proxy voting should already have been notified ahead of this date)
[times to be advised]
A 'Dorset-wide' vote for two councils covering the areas formerly covered by Dorset County Council, the various District Councils and the Boroughs of Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole. More on the re-organisation can be found at this web site . . . HERE

Saturday 4th May
Horticultural Society: Plant Sale
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
Early May Holiday: Monday 6th May
Tuesday 7th May
Coffee Morning
Pinehurst Community Church, 90 Pinehurst Road
10.00 - 11.30 am
Join us for coffee and homemade cakes, you'll be sure of a warm welcome! Regular 'first Tuesday of the month' event, except August. For more on the work of this church, see their web site . . . HERE
 
Saturday 11th May (provisional)
Coffee Morning
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.00 am - Noon
Home-made cakes & a raffle: a wonderful opportunity to meet friends and new people!

Saturday 11th May (provisional entry)
Dianne Tomkins & Friends in Concert: "All You Need Is Love"
St. Mary the Virgin parish church, Station Road (opposite Memorial Hall)
7.30 pm
West Moors Singers will be guest choir at this concert.
[other detail to be advised; based on early entry in the St. Mary's parish magazine]

Wednesday 15th May
West Moors Flower Group: "Back to the Future" (speaker: Denise Bright)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Thursday 16th May (provisional entry)
Writers' Study: new term starts!
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church of St. Mary's)
9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Why not try a new activity - or polish up an existing interest? If you are interested in writing you will enjoy this group. Writing can be fun - come along and get expert advice and share your passion with like-minded writers. See this page . . . HERE for contact details
 
Thursday 16th May 
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]
 
Spring Holiday: Monday 27th May
June 2019:
Saturday 1st June
" Barn on the Farm " (Third year)
The Barn, Sturts Farm, Three Cross Road / West Moors Road (north out of the village)
6.30 - 10.30 pm
Four (at least) live performances - tickets include access to Sturts Farm - Barn on the Farm as well as food that will be cooked by on-site chefs using food grown and reared on the Organic Farm. See the Facebook page for Sturts Farm to keep an eye on this event & to make early purchase of tickets: more will be entered here when available.

Tuesday 4th June
Coffee Morning
Pinehurst Community Church, 90 Pinehurst Road
10.00 - 11.30 am
Join us for coffee and homemade cakes, you'll be sure of a warm welcome! Regular 'first Tuesday of the month' event, except August. For more on the work of this church, see their web site . . . HERE
 
Thursday 6th June
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]
 
Saturday 8th June (provisional)
Coffee Morning
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.00 am - Noon
Home-made cakes & a raffle: a wonderful opportunity to meet friends and new people!

Monday 10th June
Horticultural Society: Illustrated Talk - " The Hedgehog Dilemma ": speaker Colin Varndale
Also: Members Rose Show
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
Wednesday 19th June
West Moors Flower Group: "Inspired by ....." (speaker: Pauline Hurran)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Thursday 20th June 
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]
 
July 2019:
Tuesday 2nd July
Coffee Morning
Pinehurst Community Church, 90 Pinehurst Road
10.00 - 11.30 am
Join us for coffee and homemade cakes, you'll be sure of a warm welcome! Regular 'first Tuesday of the month' event, except August. For more on the work of this church, see their web site . . . HERE
 
Thursday 4th July
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]
 
Saturday 6th July (preliminary entry - based on early information)
West Moors: 'Farmival 2019'
Gullivers Farm, Station Road (on road to Three Cross north of the village)
Noon - 5.00 pm
[information based on the web site of the Sturts Community: for more, see that site . . . HERE]

Saturday 13th July (preliminary entry - to be updated)
Community event "Westival" - organised by the Parish Council
Fryer Field, entrances off Bond Avenue & Station Road
Noon - 4.00 pm
(Formerly the West Moors 'Multi-Activity Day' [MAD]): the focus will be on music and activities. Money raised will be donated to " Amelia's Rainbow ", a local Children's charity; other detail to be announced as available - potential exhibitors may contact the parish office (01202 861 044, office@westmoors-pc.gov.uk) for more information)
There is a page on this web site . . . HERE where appropriate information & downloadable documents can be found

Wednesday 17th July
West Moors Flower Group: "The World is your Oyster" (speaker: Amy Shakeshaft)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Thursday 18th July
'Community Sing-a-long'
St. Martin's URC, Station Road (corner with Moorlands Road/opposite Library)
10.30 am
Starting around 10.30 am, and coffee or tea and biscuits are available. This is a time to meet and get to know the others: From around 10.45 am until Noon, there are a selection of well-known music and songs from bygone times to join in and enjoy (or just listen) and some other activities. [Regular 'first and third' Thursday of the month event - but check for holiday changes etc. For more detail, see this page . . . HERE]
 
Sunday 21st July (preliminary entry/based on web site entry)
Garden Open for Charity: Cottesmore Farm (BH22 0LW)
Cottesmore Farm, Newmans Lane (access via Three Cross Road to north of village)
2.00 - 5.00 pm
Garden of over and acre, created from scratch over 20 years. Refreshments, including Home-made teas available - in aid of Cats Protection. Admission £4= for adults, child free. For much more information, follow this link . . . HERE

Sunday 28th July (preliminary entry/based on web site entry) 
Garden Open for Charity: Cottesmore Farm (BH22 0LW)
Cottesmore Farm, Newmans Lane (access via Three Cross Road to north of village)
2.00 - 5.00 pm
Garden of over and acre, created from scratch over 20 years. Refreshments, including Home-made teas available - in aid of Cats Protection. Admission £4= for adults, child free. For much more information, follow this link . . . HERE
 
August 2019:
Sunday 4th August (preliminary entry/based on web site entry) 
Garden Open for Charity: Cottesmore Farm (BH22 0LW)
Cottesmore Farm, Newmans Lane (access via Three Cross Road to north of village)
2.00 - 5.00 pm
Garden of over and acre, created from scratch over 20 years. Refreshments, including Home-made teas available - in aid of Cats Protection. Admission £4= for adults, child free. For much more information, follow this link . . . HERE
 
Saturday 24th August
Horticultural Society: Summer Show
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
1.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
Late Summer Bank Holiday Monday (Public Holiday): 26th August
September 2019:
Sunday 1st September (preliminary entry, based on web site information)
Garden Open: Brook View Care Home (BH22 0LQ)
Riverside Road (leading off Station Road, opposite Ashurst Road turning)
11.00 am - 5.00 pm
Refreshments available - Home-made teas. Teas in the morning, Cream teas in the afternoon. Payment for these via donation. Entry: Adults £3.50, child free.
For much more information, see this web page . . . HERE and to visit the Brook View web site, see this link . . . HERE

Wednesday 4th September (preliminary entry, based on web site information) 
Garden Open: Brook View Care Home (BH22 0LQ)
Riverside Road (leading off Station Road, opposite Ashurst Road turning)
11.00 am - 5.00 pm
Refreshments available - Home-made teas. Teas in the morning, Cream teas in the afternoon. Payment for these via donation. Entry: Adults £3.50, child free.
For much more information, see this web page . . . HERE and to visit the Brook View web site, see this link . . . HERE
 
Monday 9th September
Horticultural Society: Illustrated Talk - " The Gardens of Singapore ": speaker Christine Bennett
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
Wednesday 18th September
West Moors Flower Group: "Women of Influence" (speaker: Carolyn Vanstone)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Thursday 26th September (provisional entry)
Writers' Study: new term starts!
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church of St. Mary's)
9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Why not try a new activity - or polish up an existing interest? If you are interested in writing you will enjoy this group. Writing can be fun - come along and get expert advice and share your passion with like-minded writers. See this page . . . HERE for contact details
 
October 2019:
Monday 14th October
Horticultural Society: Illustrated Talk - " Spring in Japan ": speaker Rosemary LeGrand
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
Wednesday 16th October
West Moors Flower Group: "A Touch of Glass" (speaker: Allison Finch)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Saturday 19th October [preliminary information]
"Bourne-2-Sing" Male Voice Choir
St. Mary's Church, Station Road (opposite Memorial Hall)
[other detail when available - keep an eye on the St. Mary's church web site and their parish magazines for more detail - follow this link . . . HERE]

Saturday 26th October
Horticultural Society: Coffee Morning
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.15 am
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
November 2019:
Sunday 10th November
Remembrance Sunday
Wednesday 20th November
West Moors Flower Group: "Strictly Flowers" (speaker: Martina Coleman)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Saturday 23rd November
Horticultural Society: Members lunch followed by Presentation of Cups and Trophies
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
1.00 pm
Members & Guests; for more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
December 2019:
Monday 9th December
Horticultural Society: Talk - " New and Exciting Plants for your Garden ": speaker Marcus Dancer
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE
Wednesday 11th December
West Moors Flower Group: "Spirit of Winter" (speaker: Angela Turner)
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
10.00 am
[These entries are taken from the Flower Group web page . . . HERE; for more information, and to check for last-minute changes etc., please refer to that page - or contact the Officers of the Group as listed.]
 
Wednesday 25th December: Christmas Day (Public Holiday)
Thursday 26th December: Boxing Day (Public Holiday) 

*~* 2020 *~*

January 2020:
Wednesday 1st January (2020): New Year's Day (Public Holiday)
Monday 13th January
Horticultural Society: Illustrated Talk - " Hampshire Nature in Trust ": speaker Mike Read
Memorial Hall, Station Road (opposite parish church)
2.30 pm
For more on the Society, visit the web page on this site . . . HERE 
February 2020: