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January
 
Saturday 6th January 2018 Recycle Your Christmas Tree -Free Michael Reed & Co Ltd Tree Surgeons will be in St Peter's Square between 10am - 12noon
 
Sunday 7th January Recycle your Christmas tree11am to 1pm, in The Square Westbourne.
 
Monday 8th January DUNKIRK Film at Emsworth Community Centre 3.30pm and 7.30pm Acclaimed auteur Christopher Nolan wrote and directed this historical thriller about the Dunkirk evacuation during the early days of World War Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe
 
Saturday 6th January Come and Sing - Haydn Nelson Mass Emsworth Baptist Church Portsmouth Choral Union Accompanied by Rachel Alardell By turns dramatic and joyful, this piece is one of the classics of the repertoire. A fun evening is in store for singers, regular or rusty, with a sing through for family and friends to round it off. Registration at 7.00 p.m. £5 for Singers – £3 for Audience. For more information see our website: www.pcuchoir.org
 

Thursday 11th January Preparation to repel the Invader a WEA, Havant Branch talk at Emsworth Community Centre Thursdays 10.00am -12 noon 11 January to 22 March 2018.   From 1793 to 1814 Britain faced the formidable enemy Napoleonic France. As most of the BriUsh army waited along the Channel coast our population also entered into intensive invasion preparations. How did they cope with the longest period of threat this country had ever known? Tutor: Jennifer Goldsmith - 10 sessions - Fee £86.00 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION EMAIL:HAVANTWEA@YAHOO.CO.UK Or telephone : 01243 373810 or 02392 262477 Full details are in our Havant WEA brochure from the local libraries.You can enrol by Freephone 0800 328 1060 or online by visiting www.weo.org.uk

 
 
 
Monday 15th JanuaryTHE SEASIDE PIERS OF THE BRITISH ISLES an Emsworth Museum talk by by Graeme Payne. Graeme Payne takes time off from cruise ship speaking to share his 'Britain's Seaside Piers' presentation. From the world's first and most utilised pier in Ryde to the birthplace of Sooty. All talks begin at 7.30pm in Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth. Doors open 7pm. EH&HT members £3, non-members £4.
www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk 
 

Friday 26th January South Downs England’s Mountains Green Film Watch a fascinating documentary produced and directed by Nick Stringer n(Big Wave Productions Ltd). Come and meet Nick alongside South Downs National Park representatives for a Q & A session. Tickets £12 7pm - 9.30pm at Tuppenny Barn Booking essential: www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

 
 

Saturday 20th January  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 
Sunday 21 January GREENING WESTBOURNE Hampshire Farm Meadows Wassailing 3.30pm,
Celebrate the community orchard the traditional way, with a bit of wassailing.

Sunday 21 January GREENING WESTBOURNE Launch of 2018 wildlife campaign 4pm, White Horse, The Square, Westbourne Enjoy a quiz and help us launch our 2018 wildlife campaign. Speaker: local conservationist Roy Ewing.
 

Sunday 21st January Making Marmalade and Jam Workshop Tkts £35pp, includes refreshments and information sheets. Learn about the honeybee, its life-cycle and its skill as a pollinator for our fruit and vegetables. Essential information if you’re considering taking up beekeeping. 10am-1pm at Tuppenny Barn Booking essential: www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

 
Monday 22nd January Victoria and Abdul at 3.30pm and 7.30pm at Emsworth Community Centre
Emsworth Community Centre The true tale of Queen Victoria's unlikely friendship with an Indian clerk Abdul Karim. Stars Dame Judi Dench and Ali Fazal.   Tickets a from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe &  Emsworth Community Centre
 

Tuesday  23rd January Sussex Wildlife Trust Protecting our Woodlands A talk by Dr. Tony Whitbread, CEO  Compton and Up Marden CE School Hall School Lane, Compton PO18 9EZ Entry is free. All are welcome.

 
Saturday 27th January Charity Dance evening Jive and Blues from 8pm to 11pm at Emsworth Comunity Centre A Charity Dance evening, with beginner dance lessons for the first half an hour. Pay £8 on the door and refreshments are included. Volunteers to help on the evening will be welcome, please call 07904 339111 for more details
 

Saturday 27th January Garden Obelisk/Plant Support Workshop with Two Circles Design Workshop  Tkts £45 incl all materials and refreshments. Bring secateurs and lunch! Make an obelisk to take home, ideal in the garden to support climbing plants.  10am-2pm at Tuppenny Barn Booking essential: www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

 
February
 

Saturday 3rd February BURNS NIGHT from 7.00pm at the Emsworth Community Centre includes a traditional haggis meal, soft drinks and Scottish Dancing for all the family Tickets £14.00 or £11.00 for members from the ECA Office or call 01243 373805

 

Monday 12th February Emsworth Resident's Association AGM The speaker at the AGM is David Hayward, Panning Manager (or a member of his team) for HBC’s Local Plan, four days before the end of the consultation period. The meeting takes place Emsworth’s Community Centre in North Street at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along.

 
Friday 16th February No Dig Gardening at Tuppenny Barn 6.30pm - 8.30pm Charles Dowding Talk Tickets £12 Booking essential: www.tuppennybabarn.co.uk See POSTER for details.
 

Saturday 17th February  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 
Saturday 17th February Afternoon Tea Time Concert at Southbourne Free Church, The Drive 2.30pm - 3.30pm. Come and join us at our Light Refreshments served in hall afterwards.
 
Saturday 17th February Music@theBarn presents India Electric Co. at Tuppenny Barn, Doors Open 7.30pm. Music starts 8.00pm. The India Electric Co. play traditional instruments in contemporary styles and introduce themes and influences from around the world.Last year the duo were awarded funding through the English Folk and Dance Society’s Creative Seed Programme.  Tickets £13.00. Licensed bar.

 

 

 
Monday 19th February Sugar, Slaves, Ships and Some Speculation an Emsworth Museum talk by Rodney Stone. We turn the clock back some 180 years to discover how a Hampshire gentleman helped Mauritius, both practically and financially, to cope with the challenges it had to face following the abolition of slavery. All talks begin at 7.30pm in Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth. Doors open 7pm. EH&HT members £3, non-members £4.
www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk
 
Saturday 17th February Music@theBarn presents India Electric Co. at Tuppenny Barn, Doors Open 7.30pm. Music starts 8.00pm. The India Electric Co. play traditional instruments in contemporary styles and introduce themes and influences from around the world.Last year the duo were awarded funding through the English Folk and Dance Society’s Creative Seed Programme.  Tickets £13.00.  Licensed bar.
 

Wednesday 21st February "Water Chits! Poetry Reading by Denise Bennett at Emsworth Library at 2pm  Tickets £4  Water Chits is a compassionate window on the world; which deals with war, love, grief and loss. It embraces art with poems written in response to the work of Marc Chagall, Jacob Epstein and Stanley Spencer and echoes history through words about the life on board the Mary Rose. It also draws on personal experience: rejection as a child and the care of a parent in extreme old age.  Denise Bennett has an MA in creative writing and runs poetry workshops in community settings. She received the inaugural Hamish Canham prize - awarded by The Poetry Society – in 2004.  Places are limited so advance booking is essential Visit Emsworth Library Telephone 01243 389623 / www.hants.gov.uk/shop Telephone 01243 389623 www.hants.gov.uk/shop

 
 
Monday 26th February Goodbye Christopher Robin PG 107mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre.  The true tale of the children's author A.A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin and the impact of Pooh Bear on the family. Tickets a from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe &  Emsworth Community Centre
 
 
Wesnesday 28th February Development on Land off Westwood Close Public Exhibition Emsworth Comunity Centre from 1pm to 7pm Hampshire Homes Group will be presenting their proposals for a new development on land off Westwood Close in Emsworth and they will be available to answer any questions you may have. http://www.hampshirehomesgroup.com/projects.homes.html
 
March
 

Friday 2nd March Create, Upcycle and Reuse at Tuppenny Barn 11am / 2.5hrs  A drop-in session to get creative, share skills and learn how to live in a more sustainable way. Come to upcycle or embellish your own clothing, learn to slow sew, crochet or knit and have fun upcycling things you’d normally put out to recycle. Or learn how to mend or alter your clothing with Transition Chichester’s Sew Don’t Throw – please bring an item with you. Entry: £5 per person. Please pay when you arrive. Pop-up cafe selling tea, coffee and homemade cakes.

 

Thursday 8 March  Learn how to become a Volunteer Hedgerow Surveyer and join Havant Borough Tree Wardens new team.   9.30 am --13.00 pm. Emsworth Community Centre and Brook Meadow Wildlife Reserve:  POSTER

 
Friday 9th March RACING Races supervised by Southbourne Men's Shed Doors open 6.30pm First Race at 7.00pm Age Concern Centre, New Road Tickets £6.50 includes Fish and Chips Supper If you wish, please bring your own booze and glasses. Tea and coffee available. Proceeds of the evening toSouthbourne Age Concern. POSTER
 
Friday 9th March 2018 Havant Jobs Apprenticeships & Careers Fair Doors open 10am-3pm at Havant Leisure Centre Civic Centre Road Havant P09 2AY Havant Jobs & Apprenticeships Fair is organised by Alan Mak MP
 
Friday 9th March Quiz Night and supper Organised and s onsored by Havant Rotary  7pm for 730pm at HAYLING ISLAND COMMUNITY CENTRE P011 0H6 In aid of Southern Domestic Abuse Service. Teams of 6 at £10 per head including a two-course supper, phone Colin 02392 466840 to book or email quiz@havantrotary.org.uk
 
Saturday 10th March RNLI Emsworth Branch Spring Coffee Morning at Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club 9.30 am - 11.45 am Retro coffee served upstairs with delicious cake and a wonderful view.
 
Saturday 10th March Havant Chamber Orchestra Music for String Orchestra at Emsworth Baptist Church 7.30pm Tickets £15.00; Children £1.00 MORE INFORMATION
 

 

Saturday 10th March Workshop: Grow your own cake at Tuppenny Barn 1.30pm / 2.5hrs  Christine Iverson and Maggie Haynes In this workshop we’ll be exploring beyond the familiar and digging into the allotment and the herb patch for our baking inspiration. Together we’ll make a variety of bakes to inspire you to get grubby and grow your own cakes followed by sampling of your efforts with tea. Tkts: £35pp. Incl. refreshments, bakes and handouts.

 
Monday 12th March My Cousin Rachel 12A  06mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre Daphne du Maurier's novel about a young man who plots revenge against his late cousin's widow before falling for her charms. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta’s Cafe 01243 373805 emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk
 
 

Monday 12th March  Tuppenny Explorers Club: Sumptuous Seeds - at Tuppenny Barn 3.45pm / 1hr  Early in the year is the best time to choose seeds for plants for seasonal sowing. Children will be learning about what can be started off by seed and planting up their own pots to take away.

 

Tuesday 13th March  Workshop: Introduction to Homeopathy for the at Tuppenny Barn Family - 7pm / 2hrs  Local homeopath Diana Tibble will help us discover how to use homeopathy for the treatment of minor ailments and illnesses within the family. Tkts: £12pp. Incl. refreshments.
 

Wednesday 14th March Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind

 
hursday 15th March Solar Heritage & Terror: Special Boats of Chichester Harbour (British Science Week 9 – 18 March 2018) at Emsworth Library 7pm Tickets £4.50 Solar Heritage is a 14metre solar powered catamaran licensed to carry up to 50 passengers within Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Oysterboat Terror is a Victorian sailing boat originally built to serve the thriving late 19th century oyster industry in Emsworth. Come and hear more about these two special boats in a talk given by Judi Darley for Chichester Harbour Conservancy.  Places are limited so advance booking is essential Visit Emsworth Library Telephone 01243 389623 / www.hants.gov.uk/shop  Telephone 01243 389623
 

Thursday 15th March Hedgerow & Pond Working Party Sarah Hughes at Tuppenny Barn -    9.30am / 6hrs:  An opportunity to volunteer for the day with our community working party. This is an excellent way of learning about hedgerow and pond management, led by Community Officer Sarah Hughes.  Come and meet new people, learn a new skill and help wildlife – all at the same time – by rejuvenating the hedges and pond at Tuppenny Barn, and providing an excellent corridor for wildlife to move across the countryside. Homemade refreshments and hot drinks will be provided. To book a place, please contact Sarah on shughes@chichester.gov.uk, or phone 07765 175494. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear, and please bring your own gloves.  Tools will be provided.

 

 

Friday 16th March  Tuppenny Tots: Make your own Easter Garden - at Tuppenny Barn 10am / 1.5hrs   This month the children will be creating their own mini Easter garden to take home. In addition, homeopath Diana Tibble will also be present to offer homeopathic advice and answer questions relating to young children. Saturday 17 March  9.30 / 3.5hrs Hedgerow & Pond Working Party: Sarah Hughes.

 
Saturday 17th March Concert: Music@theBarn presents Ashton Lane at Tuppenny Barn -  Doors open 7.30pm. Music starts 8pm / 3hrs  Named after a cobbled Glasgow street where they met in a local club, husband and wife duo Esther and Tim O’Connor are part of a new wave of homegrown modern country music. Tkts: £14pp. Licensed bar.
 
Wednesday 21st March Long Copse Lane Housing Development Public Exhibition to view proposals for 260 new homes and public open spaceNorth of Long Copse Lane, Emsworth at the Emsworth Community Centre between 17:30 and 20:30  POSTER
 

Thursday 22 March Hedgerow & Pond Working Party: Sarah Hughes - at Tuppenny Barn 9.30am / 6hrs  An opportunity to volunteer for the day with our community working party. This is an excellent way of learning about hedgerow and pond management, led by Community Officer Sarah Hughes. Come and meet new people, learn a new skill and help wildlife – all at the same time – by rejuvenating the hedges and pond at Tuppenny Barn, and providing an excellent corridor for wildlife to move across the countryside. Homemade refreshments and hot drinks will be provided. To book a place, please contact Sarah on shughes@chichester.gov.uk, or phone 07765 175494. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear, and please bring your own gloves.  Tools will be provided.

 
Thursday 22nd March The Friends of Emsworth Community Health (FECH) AGM at 430pm in the Community Centre
 

Thursday 22nd March Emsworth Neighbourhood Watch Communication Meeting 7.00pm – 8.30pm at Emsworth Baptist Church, Old Church Building Following the success of the two meetings held last year, we are continuing by holding two more this year. The first is as detailed above. The meeting is open to Emsworth NW coordinators, their deputies, members and also members of the public.  A local police officer/PCSO will also be attending to give an update on local activities.
 
Friday23rd March Film Night – South Downs England’s Mountains Green at Tuppenny Barn –7pm  An opportunity to watch a fascinating documentary produced and directed by Nick Stringer (Big Wave Productions Ltd). Come and meet Nick alongside South Downs National Park representatives for a Q & A session. Tkts: £12pp.
 

 

Monday 26th March Breathe 12A 115mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre. An inspiring true story of an adventurous couple who refuse to give up when he is struck with polio and given just a few months to live. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta’s Cafe 01243 373805 emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

 
 
 
Saturday 17th March  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square
 
Saturday 31st March to Monday 2nd April Emsworth Art Group Easter Exhibition Open daily 10am to 5pm at Emsworth Comunity Centre
 
Saturday 31st March BEACH CEAN UP Emsworth Shore from 9.30am Please some and join us at our next Final Straw Solent beach clean event! Meet at 9.30am at the end of Warblington Road POSTER
 
Saturday 31st March – Sunday 23rd April Auntie Pat’s School of Dancing an exhibition at Emsworth Museum Pictures of the shows put on by Mrs Pat Barnwell over 30 years and the dancers who took part in them. Open Saturdays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm Sundays 2.30pm - 4.30pm and St George’s Day (23rd April)  10.00am - 2.00pm Admission is free www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk
 
April
 
Tuesday 3rd April - Monday 16th April Emsworth Library Closure Emsworth Library will be closed from while w systems are updated and will reopen on Tuesday 17th April at 1pm
 
Saturday 7th April & Sunday 8th April PLASTIC STRAW AMNESTY! What should I do with those plastic straws lurking on the shelf....? Bring them to the Emsworth drop-off point at the Bluebell INN to be made into beautiful signs and sculptures! POSTER
 
Saturday 7th April Southbourne Family Spring Flower Show at Southbourne Free Church 21 The Drive, P010 8JP open from 2pm admission 50p exhibitors and children free Homemade Refreshments PLANTS AND GARDEN ITEMS ON SALE Cake Stall, Silent Auction Exhibition of Daffodil DivisionsEveryone welcome to enter and join in this friendly show Help and advice available  Schedules at the Library, Village Hall,Bourne Leisure, Tuppenny Barn, Coffee Connect, Emsworth HS Hut and Southbourne Free Church. Commemorative Poppies on Sale made by Southbourne Men's Shed fundraising for our War Memorial Proceeds to Southbourne Free Church and Southbourne War Memorial Fund  POSTER
 
Sunday 8th April Westbourne Spring Clean Day An annual Spring Clean Day will be taking place this year on Sunday 8th April. A lovely village which is too easily spoilt by litter, much of it thrown out of the windows of passing cars. Join this community event, which sees us take responsibility the immediate environment and also provides an opportunity to meet and socialise with fellow villagers. http://westbournevillage.org/village-news/westbourne-spring-clean-day-a-date-for-your-dairy
 
Monday 16th April The Limehouse Golem 15 I 09mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta’s Cafe 01243 373805 emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

 

Wednesday 11th April Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind

 

Saturday 14th April Jumble Sale 10.00am - Midday Entry 50p Age Concern New Road Southbourne REFRESHMENTS ON SALE Southbourne Age Concern New Road Southbourne P010 UX 694610Contact: 01243 373730
 
 
Saturday 14th April SANCTUARY VETERINARY CENTRES OPEN DAY Emsworth: Southleigh Farm, Southleigh Rd & Farlington: Mountbatten Estate, Jackson Close 10.00am -12.00pm POSTER
 
Saturday 21st April  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square
 
Saturday 21st April The Godoliers, Emsworth Meridian Singers at Christ Church Chichester at 7.30pm MORE INFORMATION
 
Monday 23rd April St George's Day Parade  16 Regiment Royal Artillery and Band of the Royal Artillery Watch the Regiment march along Emsworth High Street
· Parade commences at 10 30am
· Street collection by SSAFA
· Street entertainment with George Regis Jazz Band
 

 

 

Monday 23rd April Murder on the Orient Express at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre.  Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in this latest version of Agatha Christie's novel. The carriages are packed with top rated film stars! Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta’s Cafe 01243 373805 emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

 
Saturday 28th April - Sunday 20th May Exhibition of Paintings by local artist Michael Bury Emsworth Maritime & Historical Trust Exhibition at the Museum, North Street Emsworth Museum will be open from 31st March until 11th November on Saturdays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm and on Sundays 2.30pnn - 4.30pm. On all five days of the Arts Trail (April 28th/29th and May 5th/6th/7th) the Museum will be open 10.30am - 4.30pm. In addition it will be open on 23rd April 10.00ann - 2.00pm and all Fridays in August 2.30pm - 4.30pm.
 

Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th April Emsworth Arts Trail The chance to see and meet designers, painters and makers in their own homes and studios. Churches, community halls, pubs and shops also act as exhibition space to bring creativity to every corner of the town.  All venues are within a mile of the centre of Emsworth, making it an ideal trail to walk or cycle.  We will look forward to welcoming you on your travels: www.emsworthartstrail.org.uk

 

 

Monday 30th April Emsworth Resident's Association Quarterly General Meeting (includes the county and Local Hustings, where candidates present to the audience for 5 minutes each)The meeting will also include a discussion of the Future of the Cottage Hospital site The meeting takes place Emsworth’s Community Centre in North Street at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along.

 

May

 

Saturday 5th - Monday 7th May 2018.  Emsworth Arts Trail The chance to see and meet designers, painters and makers in their own homes and studios. Churches, community halls, pubs and shops also act as exhibition space to bring creativity to every corner of the town.  All venues are within a mile of the centre of Emsworth, making it an ideal trail to walk or cycle.  We will look forward to welcoming you on your travels: www.emsworthartstrail.org.uk

 
Tuesday 8th May Havant Friends of the Earth Film evening "A PLASTIC OCEAN" The WheeLwright's Arms
27 Emnsworth Road Havant at 7.00pm - Free Entry
 
 
Wednesday 9th May Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind
 
Saturday 12th May & Sunday 13th May 1ST SOUTHBOURNE SEA SCOUT GROUP PLANT SALE Scout Hut, Prinsted Lane, Prinsted  POSTER
 
Saturday 12th May EMSWORTH CONCERT BAND SPRING CONCERT at 7.30pm Emsworth Baptist Curch POSTER

Monday 14 May Finding your Feet Film  On the eve of retirement a middle class, judgmental snob discovers her husband has been having an affair and is forced into exile with her bohemian sister who lives on an inner-city council estate. Tickets £2.50 for Children and £5 for Adults at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre T.01243 373805 W. www.emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk 

Thursday 17th May Horticultural Society Talk: Vegetables by Kelvin Mason (lecturer at Sparsholt) at 7.30 pm Lumley Room Emsworth Community Centre Entrance is FREE to EH S Members £2 - for Non Members www.emsworthhorticulturalsociety.org.uk

Saturday 19th May The Audience A Right Royal Day! Light Super at 6.30pm and the recorded play screening at 7.30pm Tickets £12.50 from the Community Centre.

 

Saturday 19th May  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 
 

Saturday 19th May Village Voices Summer Concert 2018 at Emsworth Baptist Church at 7.30pm  An evening of popular music with some audience participation to commemorate the Centenary of WW1.  Donations and profits after costs will be given to The Rosemary Foundation, a local charity providing palliative care. Entrance: £5.00 For tickets, please Email:  tickets@emsworthvillagevoices.org or on the night subject to availability.

 

 

 
Monday 21st May Tuppenny Explorers Club: Terrific Tiles 3.45pm This month we will be learning about various plants and trees grown at Tuppenny Barn and will be creating your own leaf imprint clay tiles to take home. £5child
 
Wednesday 23rd May Public Exhibition for the allocation of 260 new homes and public open space North of Long Copse Lane at the Emsworth Community Centre between 17:30 and 20:00 See https://hollybankfields.tumblr.com  for news and updates or email us support@landandpartners.com
 

Friday 25th May Tuppenny Tots: Pizza Portraits! 10am Come and join our Tuppenny Tots sessions. These action packed monthly morning sessions are for pre-school children and their parents/carers. Running on a Friday, starting at 10am, children take part in nature-themed craft and activities. This month you can help make and eat a fun, healthy pizza using some of Tuppenny Barn’s organic produce. £5child

 

Friday 25th May Horticultural Taster Day at Tuppenny Barn 10.00am - 12 noon a Dementia Support Event DETAILS

 

.Saturday 26th May  - Sunday 24th June 24th Exhibition - Family History revisited  at Emsworth Museum Open weekends only: Saturday 10-30am until 4-30pm Sunday 2-30pm until 4-30pm ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum

 

Saturday 26th May DAY OF DANCE 10.00am - 4pm Come and discover the amazing variety of dance offered locally at Emsworth Community Centre: Taster Workshops Adults & Children; Performances; Refreshments; Workshops £.3 each or 2 or more for £5. Tickets available form the Community Centre Office in advance, or on the day.

 
Saturday 26th May Jive and Blues Dance Fun Beginners Class from 7pm to 7.30pm Freestyle Dancing from 7.30pm Entrance fee of £8 and refreshments are provided, you are welcome to bring your own alcohol 7pm - 11 pm Call 07904 339 111 for more details.
 

Monday 28th May Paddington Film Paddington takes on a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen. Tickets £2.50 for Children and £5 for Adults at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre T.01243 373805 W. www.emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

 

Tuesday 29th May Children’s Holiday Activity: Grow Your Own  10am  We will learn what it takes to be an organic gardener, make our own scarecrows to scare off pests, participate in seasonal cooking and plant your own vegetable garden to take home.  Tkts: í20 per child (£15 for siblings). Incl. refreshments. Recommended for ages 6 and above. Younger children may benefit from assistance.

 
 
June
 
Saturday 2nd JuneOpen Garden Event for the RNLI at 42 Horndean Road, Emsworth between 2pm and 5pm Come and enjoy refreshments in this lovely setting Free parking opposite the lane to the property in the Horndean Road Recreation Ground Car Park.
 
 
 

Saturday 9th June Craft Fair Emsworth Community Centre 10am to 2pm Free entry and Refreshments are available To book a table email joanhorton36@grnail.com

 

Wednesday 6th June & Wednesday 14th June Living Well Free event in Emsworth on consecutive Wednesdays at The Brookfield Hotel for those living with the disease and their family.  Organised by the Charity Penny Brohn UK Details at: https://www.pennybrohn.org.uk/event/living-well-emsworth-3/2018-06-06/

 
Sunday 10th June Fund Raising Car Wash at Southbourne Farm Shop 10.30am - 1.30pm POSTER
 

Monday I 11th June The Greatest Showman Film PG 1 hr 45 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre A musical about P.T.Barnham, the man who gave birth to show business by becoming the first worldwide sensation. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe  T.01243 373805

 
Saturday 16th JuneEmsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square
 
Saturday 16th June  Friends of Emsworth Community Health Summer Fete in their Community Hospital Garden in North Street, Emsworth, from 10am to noon. Stalls, tombola + tea and home made cake too.
 
Saturday 16th June Southbourne Sussex Day Fete in the garden or inside if wet St. John's Church Garden Southbourne 2pm to 4pm

 
Sunday 17th June Westbourne Open Gardens 10.30am-5.00pm Owners of at least 17 gardens will present the triumph of their efforts on the 17th June, though the gardens are greatly varied in size, features and planting. Members of Westbourne’s WI will be offering refreshments in the Parish Hall and on the Rectory Lawn. Teas (bound to be delicious) will provide a hint of nostalgia at tea-time and throughout the day. In addition, there will be more substantial lunch and snacks available elsewhere in the village. http://westbournevillage.org/open-gardens/save-the-date-westbourne-open-gardensb
 
Wednesday 13th June Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind

Friday 15th June 10am  Tuppenny Tots: Father's Day Treats 10am Come and join our Tuppenny Tots sessions. These action packed monthly morning sessions are for pre-school children and their parents/carers. Running on a Friday, starting at 10am, children take part in nature-themed craft and activities. This month the children will make a special homemade got for Fathers and Grandfathers.

With pop-up cafe and children's related advice form Diana Tibble on homeopathic remedies and food related activity. Please book online in advances so that we can cater for materials and refreshments. Outdoor clothing essential. Tkts: £5 Includes an organic drink and cake.

 

Saturday 16th June Workshop: Edible flowers & unusual salad leaves  10am   Have you ever wanted to grow tasty salad leaves that are not found in your local supermarket? Come along to this workshop to gain knowledge in growing unusual leaves. Maggie Haynes will be showing you what salad leaves are produced at Tuppenny Barn with growing hints and tips and the opportunity to taste different varieties. These leaves are regularly on sale at our twice weekly produce shop, quite often with edible flowers included. She will also give you an insight into what seasonal flowers are edible, how they can be used and grown with some recipes to take home. Edible flowers can look beautiful added to many culinary dishes and make a salad look something special Tkts: £35 Includes homemade refreshments, seeds, tasters and hand-outs. Suitable for all abilities

 

 

Monday 18th June Tuppenny Explorers Club: Edible Elderflowers  3:45pm   Tuppenny Explorers is our after school club aimed at 4 - 11year olds. The fun afternoon sessions run once a month on a Monday at 3:45pm. This month you will have a go at making some elderflower fritters picking Tuppenny Barn elderflowers. You will also continue working on your 2018 nature journals. Tkts: £5
 

Friday 22nd June Southbourne Infant & Junior Schools Joint PTA Summer Fete from 3.30 - 5.30pm Raffle draw at 5.15pm Entrance 50p adults children free. Poster HERE

 
 
Saturday 23rd June Southbourne Age Concern Fund Raising for a New Bus from 1 0.30am We start our fundraising campaign for a new wheelchair access mini-bus - Charity Shop Open, cakes, books & plants at Southbourne Age Concern, New Road, Southbourne
 
Sunday 24th June Tea Dance from 2pm to 6pm at Emsworth Community Association Entrance fee of £8 and refreshments are provided. Call 07904 339111 for more information.
 
Sunday 24th June National Garden Scheme 23 New Brighton Road is opening for the last time for the NGS . Open 2pm to 5pm. £3.50 entry, dogs welcome. Tea and cakes, including gluten free options, and large plant sale
 

Monday 25th June The Post  Film 12A I hr 56 mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre Tom Hanks co-stars with Meryl Streep who plays the first femalenewspaper publisher investigating a Vietnam War cover-up. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe  T.01243 373805

 
Saturday 30th June - Sunday 29th July Town, Land & Sea Paintings by Angela Loader  at Emsworth Museum Open weekends only: Saturday 10-30am until 4-30pm Sunday 2-30pm until 4-30pm  ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum. http://angelaloaderartist.co.uk/

 

 
July
 
Wednesday 4th July Emsworth Museum Annual Treasure Hunt Leaving the Museum at 7.00pm See POSTER for details
 

Thursday 5 July PARDON & PEACE – A CRITICAL RELATIONSHIP: Festival of Chichester talk and Q&A with Nicholas Frayling, Dean Emeritus of Chichester Cathedral,7pm at County Hall, West Street, Chichester.  Tickets £7 (students free) include refreshments and are available from The Novium box office http://www.thenovium.org/boxoffice or on the door. Read more.....

 

Saturday 7th July KINGSFEST 2018 Summer Charity Fete raising funds for the local Scouts of Emsworth, Southbourne and Westbourne at The Kings Arms, Emsworth 12:00- 21:30.  Free admission, a garden full of games, exciting stalls, real ale and cider, and a chance to meet Dick Dasterdly and Penelope Pitstop, Kingsfest really offers fun for the whole family! Gavin the landlord also asks the local community to get involved- “Any donations of flowers or baked goods on the day would be a great help!” Due to size of the event, please note there will be no on-site parking on the day. Featuring Emsworth Concert Band, Megan Linford, Taz, The Punk Pirates and Force  Please check our Facebook page for updates https://www.facebook.com/The-Kings-Arms-Emsworth 175894169182246/

 

 
 
 
Saturday 7 July 18th RNLI Emsworth Branch Flag Day  Central Emsworth
 

SUNDAY 8th July ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........

 

Monday 9th July  Darkest Hour Film PG 2hrs 5mins at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre Winston Churchill during the early days of WWII, portrayed by Gary Oldman who won an Oscar for his performance. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe T.01243 373805

 
Wednesday 11th July    Christine Bury is repeating the local history walk she first led in May 

Starting from outside Emsworth Museum promptly at 6.00pm the walk lasts for about one  and a half to two hours and costs £3.00 per person payable on the evening. No advance booking is required. These informal strolls have proved to be very popular and comments  and reminiscences are welcome. If you have recently moved to the area come along and

learn the fascinating history of this old town. If you have lived here for many years and have wondered about the significance of a building or name you might be surprised at the facts and stories you will hear. If Christine is unable to answer your questions as you walk she will ask one of Emsworth  Museum’s group of researchers to investigate it for you. For more information www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk info@emsworthmuseum.org.uk

or telephone 01243 378091.

 

Saturday 14th July Southbourne Community Mid-Summer wifh Concert Emsworth Concert Band at 6pm St John's Church Tickets £7.50 at St Johns or from Ruth 371156 entry £8,50 on the door Fundraising for the Southbourne War Memorfai Fund.

 
Saturday 14th July Jive and Blues Dance at the Community Centre 7pm -1 11pm Fun Beginners Class from 7pm to 7.30pm Freestyle Dancing from 7.30pm Entrance fee of £8 and refreshments are provided, you are welcome to bring your own alcohol. Call 07904 339111for more details
 

Monday 16th July Emsworth Resident's Association Quarterly General Meeting The meeting takes place Emsworth’s Community Centre in North Street at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along. Vie POSTER for more info.

 

Wednesday 18 July The Big Man of Quebecoise Music Comes to Emsworth at Emsworth Baptist Church - 8pm   He's a larger than life character onstage and has been credited as being singularly responsible for catapulting the music of the Canadian province of Quebec onto stages all over the world. Yves Lambert and his accordion were both instrumental in developing the band La Bottine Souriante rom being a minor folk group in the city of Quebec into international crowd-pleasers and multi-award winners. Tickets are available from Bookends (Emsworth), and http://www.wegottickets.com/

 

 
Wednesday 18th July Emsworth Community Association Annual General Meeting 7.00pm at Emsworth Community Centre - Everyone Welcome!

 

Saturday July21st  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 

Monday 23rd July Eddie Film U 1 hr 42min at 3.30pm Emsworth Community Centre Sheila Handcock plays a lady who climbs a Scottish mountain to overcome a lifetime of bitterness and resentment. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe T.01243 373805

 

Monday 23rd July Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Fim15     1hr 55mins at 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre A mother takes things into her own hands when the police fail to find her daughter's murderer. Oscars were given to the lead actors. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe T.01243 373805
 

Saturday28th July & Sunday 29th July Bourne Quitters Celebrating 20 years Quilt Show at Emsworth Community Centre More information HERE

 
August
 

 

Friday 3rd August Prinsted Care Home Summer Fete 2.30pm to 4.30pm Lots of fun for everyone Prinsited Lane Prinsited
 
Friday3rd August - Monday 27th August Exhibition "Emsworth weather storms, tides, floods and winds" Emsworth Maritime & Historical Trust Exhibition at the Museum, North Street Emsworth Museum  open on Saturdays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm and on Sundays 2.30pnn - 4.30pm.  In addition it will be open on  and all Fridays in August 2.30pm - 4.30pm.
ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum. POSTER
 
 
 

Friday 3rd August ALAN MAK MP's 3RD Community Groups and Older Persons Information Fair Doors open 10am-2pm The Beacon, The Meridian Centre,  Havant PO9 1UN                                                               POSTER

 
Saturday 4th August POP-UP LOCAL ART CRAFT SATURDAY 10am - 3.00pm International House St Peter's Squre Emsworth POSTER
 
 
 
Wednesday 8th August ST.MARY'S, ST.ANDREW'S & ST.PETER'S SUMMER FETE 12.00 Noon - 4.15 pm Hayling Park & Community Centre Station Road. If it Rains---We shall be in the Community Centre ADMISSION: Adults £1 Children 50P Family £2.50 AMPLE FREE PARKING Tel: 023 9246 3595 or on the day, Mobile: 0788 4432 860 www.haylinganglicans.com More details HERE
 

Wednesday 8th August Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind

 

Wednesday 8th August  Christine Bury is repeating the local history walk she first led in May Starting from outside Emsworth Museum promptly at 6.00pm the walk lasts for about one  and a half to two hours and costs £3.00 per person payable on the evening. No advance booking is required. These informal strolls have proved to be very popular and comments  and reminiscences are welcome. If you have recently moved to the area come along and

learn the fascinating history of this old town. If you have lived here for many years and have wondered about the significance of a building or name you might be surprised at the facts and stories you will hear. If Christine is unable to answer your questions as you walk she will ask one of Emsworth  Museum’s group of researchers to investigate it for you. For more information www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk info@emsworthmuseum.org.uk

or telephone 01243 378091.

 

Saturday11th August Craft Fair Emsworth Community Centre 10am to 2pm Free entry and Refreshments are available To book a table email joanhorton36@grnail.com

 
Saturday 11th August RNLI Quay Sale Emsworth Quay, South Street from 9.30am onwardsBoat Gear - Souvenirs including Xmas Cards - Cakes and Produce -Nearly New - Jewellery - Face Painting - Plants Tombola - Wine Draw - Retro coffee and cake with Lovely views of the harbour - Lifeboat To arrange collection of items for sale, phone 01243 216106 or 01243 941972 POSTER
 

11th August Craft Fair Emsworth Community Centre 10am to 2pm Free entry and Refreshments are available To book a table email joanhorton36@grnail.com

 

SUNDAY 12th August ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........

 

Saturday 18th August  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 

Tuesday 21st August Future Artists Creative Printmaking Summer Workshop 10am - 4pm at Emsworth Community Centre An opportunity for aspiring young artists to learn the skills to produce and exhibit your own hand printed artwork using the reduction linocut technique to print in layered colours. Led by two local artist printmakers. Cost £10 - Places limited to 15 young people

 

Wednesday 22nd August Emsworth United Help save our Emsworth hospital site – public meeting  Emsworth Victoria Cottage Hospital, the vandalised empty building opposite the new Baptist Church,  suddenly went up for sale on July 25 2018 by the property arm of the NHS. As the building was originally given by the people of Emsworth to the NHS the popular view is that it should be given back to the community so that it can be at least part used for community use.  More at:http://emsworthclt.org.uk/

 
Saturday 25th August - Wednesday 29th August Emsworth Artists Summer Exhibition 2018 Open daily - 10.00am to 6.00pm Emsworth Community Centre Admission Free Emsworth Artists are a non-profit group and all proceeds support the Emsworth Community Association www.emsworthartists.org.uk
 
Monday 27th August Emsworth Show  Details TBA
 
 
September
 
September 1st - 30th September Exhibition "Growing up in Emsworth in the 1950s/1960s" Emsworth Maritime & Historical Trust Exhibition at the Museum, North Street Emsworth Museum will be open from 31st March until 11th November on Saturdays and Bank Holidays 10.30am - 4.30pm and on Sundays 2.30pnn - 4.30pm. On all five days of the Arts Trail (April 28th/29th and May 5th/6th/7th) the Museum will be open 10.30am - 4.30pm. In addition it will be open on 23rd April 10.00ann - 2.00pm and all Fridays in August 2.30pm - 4.30pm. ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.
 
 

Saturday 1st September Family BBQ in aid of Age Concern & The Rosemary Foundation Midday - 3.00pm Emsworth Hospital Garden organised by the Friends of Emsworth Community Health POSTER

 

Saturday 1st September  Free  Bat Walk at Maybush Copse 8.00pm Find out how amazing bats are. The event if free, but numbers are strictly limited. Please book by email to Stephen Johnson  pskjohnson2000@gmail.com No dogs. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please bring a torch. Meet at the Cot Lane entrance to Maybush Copse for 8pm start. We will use bat detectors to listen for the ultrasonic echolocation calls. The event is weather dependent - Bats don't like wind or rain.

 

Tuesday 11th September LOCAL HISTORY PRESENTATION Southbourne Free Church The Drive, Southbourne. I:1010 13JP Come and enjoy a friendly afternoon viewing a Power Point Presentation of Southbourne history with Ruth Heelan, who compiled the Southbourne Pictorial History. We always learn something new at these events, so please bring any old pictures of Southbourne Doors open at 2pm Presentation 2.30pm to 3.30pm Followed by refreshments Admission free - Donations to Building Fund appreciated.

 
SUNDAY 9th September ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........
 

Monday 10th September Ladybird (15) 1h 34 min Comedy, Drama 3.30 pin & 7.30 pm Christine "Lady Bird" MacPherson is a high school senior from the "wrong side of the tracks." She longs for adventure, sophistication, and opportunity, but finds none of that in her Sacramento Catholic high school. Tickets f5.00 per person (inc. refreshments), from the Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10 am to 12 noon or from Loretta's Cafe in the High Street.

 
Wednesday 12th September Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind
 

Saturday 15th September  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 

Saturday  15th September Organic Lifestyle Market at Tuppenny Barn  11am-3pm

 

 Saturday 15th September RNLI Coffee Morning at the Bosham Gallery, No.1 The High Street, Bosham PO18 8LS 10.00am‐noon You are warmly invited to a coffee morning in the gallery in aid of the RNLI - the charity that saves lives at sea. There will be delicious cakes generously supplied by Westbourne Bakery and a range of RNLI gifts to purchase ‐ coffee mugs, calendars, Christmas Cards and much more. Grateful thanks to Gallery Director, Luke Whitaker

 

Thursday 20th September Emsworth Horticultural "Society Planting and Growing Autumn Bulbs" by Tim Woodland Lumley Room Emsworth Community Centre Entrance is FREE to EHS Members £2 - for Non Members 7.30pm to 9pm

 

Monday 24th September The Guernsey Literacy and Potato Peel Pie Society (12) 2h 4 min  Drama, History, Romance 3.30 pm & 7.30 pm  Based on the best selling novel about a correspondence between Juliet Ashton and members of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, with them sharing their experiences of Nazi Occupied Guernsey.  Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments), from the Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10 am to 12 noon or from Loretta's Cafe in the High Street

 

Wednesday 26th September 7.30pm Pudding Pan and Roman wrecks in the UK Chichester and District Archaeology Society aTalk by Michael Walsh - Free to Members, non-members £5 payable at the door. New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7XY

 
Friday 28th - Sunday 30th September Big Feast Weekend A weekend packed with events as part of the Emsworth British Food Fortnight.  More details HERE
 

Saturday 29th September Southbourne Age Comcern New Bus Fundraising Event Age Concern & Men's Shed join forces 10:00 to 13:00 Join us for breakfast - Bacon Butties Charity Shop Open Bric-a-Brac, Jewellery, books, cakes & plants.

 

Friday 28th & Saturday 29th September THIRD EMSWORTH BEER FESTIVAL (with Ciders & Wines) Over 30 ales, plus ciders, wines, soft drinks Live Music, Meet the Brewer Ticket includes souvenir glass and beer tokens.
FRIDAY EVENING             6 pm to 10.30 pm
SATURDAY DAYTIME       11 am to 4 pm
SATURDAY EVENING       6 pm to 10.3o pm
Tickets 10 per Session - from the ECA Office or Bookends

 

Friday, 29th September Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 10am-12noon at 5 Emsworth House Close, Emsworth P010 7JR. Everyone welcome. All proceeds to Macmillan Cancer Support.

 
Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th September The Grape Escape, Emsworth South Street Car Park Emsworth 11am – 4.30pm Details HERE
 

Sunday 30th September  “Ale, Gingerbread and OystersA Talk and Local History Walk led by Dr Margaret Rogers(This will be repeated on Sunday October 7th)   Before starting the walk Margaret will discuss the locations of the more than 23 Public Houses as well as numerous beer houses that have thrived at sometime in the town and the origins and importance of inn signs.

The first stop on the walk will be in The Square where you will hear about the local  gingerbread that was sold in the market. And finally you will walk down South Street and onto the Quay to learn about the history of the local oyster fishing industry and the  reasons for its demise. This walk and talk, which is limited to 20 people, starts in Emsworth Museum at 2.30pm  and the cost is £3.00 per person. For more information www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk
info@emsworthmuseum.org.uk

or telephone 01243 378091.

 
 
October
 

Friday 5th October EMSWORTH AUCTION - ANTIQUES, VINTAGE, CURIOS & COLLECTABLES  The Parish Hall, Church Path (by St James Church) PO10 7DP Viewing from 3pm Sale starts 5pmEntrance £1   Buyers’ Commission 12.5%   No VAT c500 Lots monthly, regularly including Jewellery, Clocks, Silver & Gold, Stamps, Works of Art, Furniture, Militaria, Books & Ephemera, Bijouterie, Good Glass & China, Figurines, Vintage Toys, Fabrics, General Goods & Cumberground.  Next Sale Friday 2nd November Information from Hilary Bolt 0771 7510 294 or see our Facebook page

 
Saturday 6th October - Sunday11th November 2018 Exhibition In Commemoration of the Men of
Emsworth who served in WWI
Museum open Saturdays 10.30am - 4.30pm Sundays 2.30pm - 4.30pm Sunday 11 November, opening will be 12 noon - 4.30pm.
ADMISSION TO THE MUSEUM IS FREE We are always grateful for financial donations to help with the expenses of running the Museum.
 
Sunday 7th October

 “Ale, Gingerbread and OystersA Talk and Local History Walk led by Dr Margaret Rogers Before starting the walk Margaret will discuss the locations of the more than 23 Public Houses as well as numerous beer houses that have thrived at sometime in the town and the origins and importance of inn signs.

The first stop on the walk will be in The Square where you will hear about the local  gingerbread that was sold in the market. And finally you will walk down South Street and onto the Quay to learn about the history of the local oyster fishing industry and the  reasons for its demise. This walk and talk, which is limited to 20 people, starts in Emsworth Museum at 2.30pm  and the cost is £3.00 per person. For more information www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk
info@emsworthmuseum.org.uk

or telephone 01243 378091.


 

Sunday 7th October Open Air Harvest Celebration in St. Peter’s Square at 11.30am. Please support this public act of Christian witness inEmsworth as we have a Harvest celebration as part of Emsworth FoodFortnight.

 

Monday 8th October On Chesil Beach (15) 1h 50 min  Drama, Romance 3.30 pm & 7.30 pm Based on Ian McEwan’s novel. In 1962 England, a young couple find their idyllic romance colliding with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure, leading to an awkward and fateful wedding night.  Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments), from the Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10 am to 12 noon or from Loretta's Cafe in the High Street

 
Wednesday 10th October Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind
 

Friday 12th and Saturday13th October Sky Dining at the Spinnaker Tower with Emsworth Chef Garry Pearce  - Gary Pearce of popular Emsworth restaurant 36 On The Quay has been announced as the new chef behind October’s Sky Dining events at Emirates Spinnaker Tower.  Sky Dining is a unique fine dining experience, served in a ‘pop-up restaurant’ 100 metres above sea level, surrounded by breath-taking panoramic night-time views over Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent. The seven course menu will showcase the finest seasonal produce from across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.  Read More HERE

 

Friday 12th October Blind Mixed Pairs Charity Darts at Southbourne Social Club Registration £3 in advance at the club or from 7.15pm on the night, followed by draw for pairing The entrance money will go as prizes Everyone welcome to join in this Fun Darts Night for all levels of players

 

Friday 12th  October Introduction to Jazz 1920 - Present Day the Emsworth Jazz Club at Hewitts in South Street Free tickets from Harbour Records, Emsworth.

 
13th October Parish Auction Details TBA
 
Saturday 13th October RNLI Autumn Coffee Morning at Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club, Emsworth Quay, South Street, Emsworth 9.30 - 11.45am Full range of RNLI souvenirs including Xmas Cards, Produce, Nearly New, Plants, Jewellery & accessories, & Tombola. Enjoy the beautiful views over Chichester Harbour while taking coffee and cake at our Retro Cafe.
 

Saturday13th October Craft Fair Emsworth Community Centre 10am to 2pm Free entry and Refreshments are available To book a table email joanhorton36@grnail.com

 
 
 

SUNDAY 14th October ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........

 

Monday 15th October  "Chichester in the 1950s: A Decade of Change" an Emsworth Museum talk by Alan Green Today's first-time visitor to Chichester would find a nicely preserved, intact historic town relatively untouched, but those residents living in the city in the 1950s know better. Resentment against what happened in 1964 (the loss of Somerstown and Sharp Garlands) still runs deep. In this illustrated talk, local historian and writer, Alan Green, will look at how and why Chichester's townscape was changed by the 1960s.  All talks begin at 7.30pm in Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth. Doors open 7pm. EH&HT members £3, non-members £4.
www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk

 

Thursday 18th October Musical Evenings at Stansted House The Kalore Piano Trio (Violin, cello & piano) at 7.30 pm. Tickets 10.00 (£8 for Friends of Stansted) including interval refreshments from Stansted House PO9 6DX  Tel: 023 9241 2265, option 4 (Enquiries & Estate Office) & on the door.

 

Friday 19th October, Award winning band Imar Emsworth Baptist Church, North St. Doors: 19:30    Tickets: £15.40 POSTER Tickets: www.tickx.co.uk/event/1360780/Imar/

 

 

Saturday October 20th  Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 

Monday 22nd October  The Breadwinner (12A) 1h 34 min |Animation, Drama, Family 3.30 pm & 7.30 pm In 2001, Afghanistan is under the control of the Taliban. When her father is captured, a determined young girl disguises herself as a boy in order to provide for her family Tickets £5.00 per person (inc. refreshments), from the Community Centre Office Mon-Fri 10 am to 12 noon or from Loretta's Cafe in the High Street

 

Thursday 25th October Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Public Meeting with a focus on developments at Queen Alexandra Hospital site 4.30 pm to 6 pmLumley Room Emsworth Community Centre

 

Friday 26th October Scottish Supergroup Fara at Brook Hall 7.30pm With vibrant arrangements full of rich harmonies, energetic fiddle playing and driving piano, Fara’s music is an exciting and unforgettable live experience. The young women’s combined musicality and friendship produce an exhilarating and individual sound.  Tickets: £14 (Concessions £10) from www.wegottickets.com/event/442435

 
Saturday 27th October Table Top Sale Emsworth Community Centre 0.30am to I 2.30pm Free Entry
To book a table call Joan Horton on 01243 430295 E. info@ernsworthconnmunitycentre.org.uk
 

Monday 29th October Emsworth Resident's Association Quarterly General Meeting The meeting takes place Emsworth’s Community Centre in North Street at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to come along.Details HERE

 
 
November
 

Thursday 1st November Poisoned Beds by Lucy Flannery & Greg Mosse 7:30pm at The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre  A story of female resilience contesting established power and an evocation of a town’s bitter-sweet heritage, Poisoned Beds is a stirring one-woman performance  With songs and stories, she traces her family’s rise from harbour to High Street, the tragic crisis of Emsworth’s oyster industry and, finally, her own struggle to free herself from a cold, ambitious husband. Tickets: £12.50, £11.50 Book Tickets HERE

 

Saturday 3rd November  Exhibition -100 years since the end of WW1 St Mary's Church - Chidham 10.30 – 5pm.  An Exhibition commemorating the lives of those on our WW1 war memorial. Exhibits, contemporary music and poetry from the time, and other events during the day. . Entry free, but donations to be shared between the British Legion and Church welcomed. The Exhibition will remain in St Mary’s for two weeks until Friday Nov 16th. There will be a special Remembrance Service on Sunday Nov 11th starting at 10.30am.

 


Friday 9th November  When Poppies Bloom Again A tribute those who gave their Mar we may live and a celebration of the centenary of the Armistice          at Brook Hall (next to new Baptist Church) 7.30pm Tickets £8Tickets available from: 'Bookends' High Street Emsworth, Southbourne Hairdressers, Hayling WemsFest office & Havant WemsFest office. On Line: www.wegottickets.com  (10% handling charge) POSTER

 

Friday 9th November Family Southbourne Sea Scouts WW1 Commemoration Weekend Fireworks Night Bangers + Burgers from 6.30pm Fireworks from 7.30pm Everyone Welcome, Entry free donation to funds appreciated.

 

 

Saturday 10th November When Poppies Bloom Again A tribute those who gave their Mar we may live and a celebration of the centenary of the Armistice       at Brook Hall (next to new Baptist Church) 7.30pm Tickets £8Tickets available from: 'Bookends' High Street Emsworth, Southbourne Hairdressers, Hayling WemsFest office & Havant WemsFest office. On Line: www.wegottickets.com  (10% handling charge) POSTER

 

Friday 9th November Ethical Fashion Show at Tuppenny Barn Further details and tickets at £10 each - which includes a glass of wine, can be obtained from the Tuppenny Barn website www.tuppennybarn.co.uk/events

 
 

Friday 9th November Family Southbourne Sea Scouts WW1 Commemoration Weekend Fireworks Night Bangers + Burgers from 6.30pm Fireworks from 7.30pm Everyone Welcome, Entry free donation to funds appreciated. POSTER  CANCELLED

 

Sunday 11th November Southbourne Sea Scouts WW1 Commemoration Weekend  9.30 Scouts leave H.Q. to join St. John's Church Remembrance Service 11am Community Wreath Laying.  Cafe open from 2.00pm Display of named poppies memorial Booklet On sale Southbourne History Book on Sale.  Battles Over Beacon 7pm Everyone Welcome on Prinsted Shore POSTER

 

SUNDAY 11th November ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........

 

Monday 12th November A Double Bill Commemorating 100 years of the RAF and the end of WWI at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre. Tickets £5. Spitfire - The Spitfire story, in the in the words of combat veterans & Journey's End Based on RC Sherriff's classic play about life in the trenches during WWI. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe

 
Wednesday 14th November Music for the Mind Emsworth Methodist Church Hall: 2pm – 3.30pm FREE singing and social group for the elderly. The group is also dementia friendly, and anyone is welcome to come along – you might look after your mum, or a friend, you may know that one of your neighbours is lonely, or you may be a care/nursing home who would like to bring some residents. http://omniartsps.co.uk/groups/music-for-the-mind
 

Saturday 17th November Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 

Monday 19th November HAVANT'S HEROES 1.00pm -3.00pm Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant, P09 2AX Join us in remembering our Local heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice for-their country. Discover their stories as told by the Local community through photographs, personal belongings and more.
Free event, refreshments provided For Event queries: eventsHBC@havantgov.uk 
 
 
Monday 19th November The Butler’s Christmas an Emsworth Museum talk by by Graeme Payne. Dr Bob France. Bob, dressed in period costume explores the life of an ancient butler. John Dine, Petworth’s ancient butler, explores how dramatically Christmas changed from his Georgian youth to late Victorian times. Discover how our Christmas traditions developed. Why did Father Christmas change from green to red? Did the Georgians have Christmas trees, presents and turkeys? What were Mumpers and Hodlers? Why was Boxing Day so important? Plenty of insight and amusement – a joyful way to herald the festive season!  All talks begin at 7.30pm in Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth. Doors open 7pm. EH&HT members £3, non-members £4. www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk
 

Wednesday 21st November Hermitage Cellars Presents The Festive Wine Fair Supporting Havant Hockey Club at The Brookfield Hotel, Emsworth A stellar line up of over 40 wines and spirits from some of the world's most exciting regions, from Rioja to Hampshire.  The evening will also include a silent auction and raffle with all proceeds going to the Havant Hockey Club's coaching development programme. 7pm until 9.30pm Tickets £5 Available from: The Brookfield Hotel — 01243 373363 & Havant Hockey Club — Club House

 

Saturday 24th November Craft and Gift Fayre at Southbourne Social Club 2pm to 4.30pm £10 for 6ft table area Book on 01243 371156 An opportunity for local groups and individuals to fundraise. Stallholders set up from 1.00pm

 

Saturday 24th November  Quiz Night  Quizmaster Chris Bailey will have all the answers...Emsworth Community Centre at 7pm Tickets £12 for members, £15 non-members, which includes a fish and chip supper. (Please bring your own alcohol) Book your table of six or join a table by contacting the Community Centre Office T.01243 373805 info@emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk

 
Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th November Christmas Family Photography Weekend includes: 1/2 hour photography session 5, Printed photographs and Meet and greet with Santa Free present per child at Emsworth Community Centre 10.00am - 4.00pm Advanced bookings required T.07525195189
 
Monday 26th November Book Shop at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre, Based on Penelope Fitzgerald's novel of a women who risks all to open a ookshop in a sleepy town that doesn't welcome her choice of literature. Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe

 

Friday 30th November Christmas Lights Carol singing from 5:30 pm  6.00 pm arrival of Father Christmas in the Square.  It is hoped to have a grotto for the children.
 
 
December
 

Saturday 1st December Christmas Food & Craft Fayre at The Brookfield Hotel 11.00am - 3.00pm Supporting local Charities - This year we are featuring a charity organisation, The Wednesday Group, with their own crafts, jewellery, cakes and ever popular Tombola.

 

Saturday 1st December  Village Voices Winter Concert at Emsworth Baptist  Church 7.30pm tickets £5 Come along to an evening of varied music including Christmas Carols with audience participation. All proceeds after costs will be donated to The Rosemary Foundation.   POSTER

 

Saturday 1st December Christmas Craft Fayre11.00am-3.00pm at the Brookfield Hotel Guaranteed to get you into the Christmas spirit. The Hotel will be filled of local talented craft people selling their creations for you to purchase for presents or treat yourself. The last two years have been very popular so do not miss out.

 
Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th December Humbug! a musical “Christmas Carol” by Fraser Charlton The words of Charles Dickens, the music of Gilbert & Sullivan and traditional carols 7.30 p.m at The Spring East Street, Havant, PO9 1B Tickets: £10 (Under 18s: £5) Box office: 023 9247 2700 www.havantlightopera.co.uk
 

Saturday 8th December Craft Fair Emsworth Community Centre 10am to 2pm Free entry and Refreshments are available To book a table email joanhorton36@grnail.com

 

Saturday 8th December Christmas Carols & Songs  at the Community Centre North Street7pm for 7.30pm start Mince pies and mulled wine will be served. Free entry with a retiring collection.

 

SUNDAY 9th December ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIR  Emsworth Community Centre, 60+ fabulous & varied stalls to visit in four rooms inc. Militaria, toys, dolls & teddies, haberdashery, silver, ephemera, postcards & badges, pictures, clocks, books and more.  Open 10am – 3.3pm  Entry £1.00 Refreshments, hot & cold lunches.  Free parking. Contact Arun Fairs on 07563 589725   email: mailto:silkroad@btconnect.com  Read More........

 
Monday 10th December The Leisure Seeker at 3.30pm and 7.30pm Emsworth Community Centre A comedy drama about an ageing couple who decide to escape for one final adventure in their RV. Stars Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland. Tickets a from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe
 

Saturday 15th December Emsworth Hampshire Farmer's Market 10.00qm - 1.00pm St Peter's Square

 
Saturday 15th December Christmas Fair & Santa's Grotto Southbourne Lions & Friends of Emsworth Community Health 10:30-1:30 Emsworth Cottage Hospital Garden a FREE event. Stalls, & Hot Food Entertainment. Contact E. fete@southbournelions.org.uk  T. 01243 431183
 

Saturday 15th December Renaissance Choir Christmas Concert 7:30pm at Emsworth Details TBC

 

Sunday 16th December Reindeer Run Stansted Park Enter now at www.RNLI.org/StanstedReindeer  or T. 0 300 9990  POSTER

 

Sunday 16th December Christmas Concert Emsworth Concert Band 7.00pm at Emsworth Baptist Church. Tickets £8.50 at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-concert-tickets-51163389074

 
 

 


 


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