September 2014

7th                    A ‘Berry Good Day out’, It the time of the Blackberry,  turn up throughout the day for squashing and Cooking and Eating – Earth Trust Centre, Little Wittenham (10am – 2pm).  £3 per child, accompanying adult(s) free

13th                 Music at St Peter’s Church Wallingford

13th                 The Henley Show – Henley-on-Thames

14th                 Cholsey Silver Band – Castle Gardens, Wallingford

16th                 Farmers Market – Wallingford Market Place

19th                 A short talk ‘Agatha Christie’s Wallingford Connections’ by Local Historian Judy Dewey followed by a vintage showing of the 1974 film ‘Murder on the Orient Express’.  Tickets available at the Corn Exchange.

19th – 21st       Agatha Christie Weekend – Town Mystery Trail, available free from the Museum and Town Information Centre.  Explore the town to find answers and will book tokens as prizes.

19th – 21st       ‘At Home with the Queen of Crime’ exhibition at Wallingford Museum.  Tickets include this special Agatha Christie exhibition (including personal letters).  Exhibition looks at Agatha Christie’s home in Wallingford and letters from her later life connected with her role as President of the Local Dramatic Society The Sinodun Players.

20th                 Saturday afternoon presents another opportunity to visit Wallingford Museum at a ‘Signing and Cyanide’ event (including special quiz) and in the afternoon there’s also a rare and special chance to Meet Lucy Worsley – well known for her TV appearances – who will be at the Museum to sign her latest books, ‘A Very British Murder’ and ‘The Courtiers’, on sale at the Museum courtesy of Wallingford Bookshop.   In the evening there is a very special event when Lucy Worsley will present a talk ‘A Very British Murder’ in St Mary’s Church, Market Place.

20th & 21st      On Saturday and Sunday morning there will be a ‘Guided Agatha Christie Walk – Wallingford to Cholsey’ by Judy Dewey and Tony Raynor (local historians / authors).  Walk price includes a single ticket to return on the Cholsey & Wallingford Railway. While in Cholsey you may also visit a special exhibition of ’Agatha Christie and Cholsey’ including photographs and documents, and take refreshments at the Old School.

20th & 21st                  Cholsey & Wallingford Railway– Agatha Christie Weekend trains

20th & 21st                  The Royal country of Berkshire Show

21st                              10K Fun run across the beautiful Wittenham Clumps.  11am start at Earth Trust Centre, Little Wittenham.  Entrance forms and more information available on the Earth Trust Website.

27th                             Music at St Peter’s Church Wallingford

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