See below the local calendar of events with thanks to Genie. To subscribe to the Genie newsletters and to submit events to the calendar, please got to genienews.org.
Selling local produce. Every third Tuesday and first and fifth Saturday in the Market Place from 8.30am to 1pm.
Talks start at 7.30pm on the third Tuesday of every month at Cornerstone, Didcot.
There is no need to book – just turn up! However, please be aware – should visitor numbers exceed the capacity of the venue, some people may be denied entry, therefore, do come early to get a good seat!
Each month we have a different speaker, and would welcome your ideas for topics or speakers. The events are aimed at an audience aged 16+.
Whilst the event is free, we do ask for a voluntary donation to cover the cost of hiring the sound amplification that is required now our numbers have grown. Donations will not be regulated – we’re well aware that some will be able to pay, some will wish to overpay at some meetings and ignore the pot at others, and some may find it difficult to contribute in this way.
Didcot First has been organising the Didcot Café Scientifique since 2010. It is important to us because we have some really ground breaking and earth shattering science happening all around us: at Harwell, Rutherford, Culham, Milton Park, etc. and we want to help connect local people (scientists and complete novices) with what is happening in these places.
To see the club programme and to check meeting details:
Goring Gap Photo Club are a friendly group of local photographers based in the area around where the ancient Ridgeway crosses the River Thames. Surrounded by the Chilterns and the North Wessex Downs Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Goring Gap is a beautiful place to live and practise photography.
We always welcome new members and visitors to join our meetings and event. Visit the web site for details of what is happening.
This event happens every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 10.30am to noon.
This event is popular. There is always a choice of delicious mouth-watering cakes and a chance to catch up with friends in the village. Come and make new friends at St Andrew’s Church. Everyone is welcome.
Check the church calendar for dates.
No need to feel lonely, everybody is welcome at the Drop-In.
Come for coffee or tea, homemade cake, conversation and friendship, every Thursday morning between 10.30 am and 12.30 pm in the Free Church Hall in Goring.
Wallingford’s oldest street market, in operation since 12th Century. Takes place every Friday all day in the Market Place.
WALLINGFORD COUNTRY MARKET
Every Friday 9.30am-12noon in our new location, St Mary-le- More Church, Market Place.
‘Marmalade Moments’ Friday, 2 March – delicious new season’s Seville orange marmalade on sale, and other flavours (including tastings). Also available – all our usual items, home-baked, home-crafted, home-grown (particularly pots of colourful bulbs), as well as eggs, preserves and local honey. Coffee/tea served throughout the morning.
We hope you will visit us soon. You may be surprised at what you will find! All enquiries to Market Manager T: 01491 681596 or come and speak with her one Friday morning.
For detail of the services and events at the three CofE churches in Goring, Streatley and South Stoke, please go to the United Benefice website.
Go to ‘Read more’ and select ‘Event website’ to see up-to-date Mass times.
Every Sunday we meet together to praise God seeking to maintain the proper reverence due to Him with an informality that is appropriate for a family gathering. We also seek to be faithful and relevant to the 21st Century in our preaching of the Word of God. Our service times are:
- Sunday mornings at 10:30 am
- Sunday evenings at 6:30 pm