Events at the Town Hall: March 2018

February 26, 2018 10:30 am Published by

Spring is on its way!

The days are getting longer and the bulbs are flowering,so

Let’s see if we can tempt you out, with the events being held here this month…….

Saturday 3 March:

Rob Foxon returns with his popular grand film show
“Railways Remembered.”
Tickets £8.00 at the door, show starts at 14.30pm
Bar available.

Friday 9 March:

Charity Quiz Night. “The Quizzard of Oz!!”
Starts at 18.30pm £2.50 per ticket.
Tickets avail at: or 07519 996 212

Saturday 10 March:

Craft and Gift Fair, organised by Amanda Battle.
Contact her on : 07895 187292
10.00am till 16.00pm

Choosing of this years “Festival Princess!”
Closing date for entry 3 March
Judging to take place on 10 March
entry forms from:

Tuesday 13 March:

Chipping Sodbury Music Society presents:
“The Marylebone Trio”
Concert starts at 19.30pm
Tickets available on the door £15.00
or from ticket source, or Cadeaux in Hatherells Yard
or 01454 315741

Saturday 17 March:

Craft Fair, organised by Bullfish Charities. 10.00am till 15.30pm
Contact: Carol Dove on 01454 772817, or

Old Sodbury Village Hall are hosting “Our favourite things”
a 3 course meal and entertainment by the O’Malley Irish Dancers.
Starts 19.00pm, £15.00 a ticket
Ring: 312223, or 324673 or 324344. Bar available.

Concert at the Town Hall by “Phoenix Wind Band”
Starts: 19.30pm, £6.00 a ticket
Tickets avail: PHOENIXWINDBAND@HOTMAIL.COM or 07414 515 361

Sunday 18 March:

Calling all prospective Brides and Grooms!

The ever popular Chipping Sodbury Wedding Fair will be taking place today with a fashion show, by Future Brides, of the latest gowns on offer.
Opens at 11.00am till 15.00pm

Wednesday 28 March:

An afternoon Tea Party and Dance organised by the Alzheimers and Dementia Societies and Rotary.
All welcome.
Times: 14.00pm till 16.00pm

Don’t forget we also have lots of groups holding their meetings with us, so if you are interested in joining the W.I, Probus, TWG, or the U3A, we can put you in touch with these organisations.

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This post was written by Nicola Gideon

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