August is an exciting month for the Kington Langley Croquet Club as the development work begins towards creating two full sized lawns. Preparatory work will be taking place towards the end of the month, prior to the contractors starting work in September. Continue reading
The Kington Langley village hall management committee are seeking a secretary to join the team. Since the combining of the recreation ground with the village hall and the formation of the Charitable Incorporated Organisation, we usually only meet altogether a couple of times a year, with sub committees reporting to the full committee, so the task is not too onerous. Further details may be obtained by contacting the chairman, Tony Shepherd, on 01249 750014 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have an event taking place at Kington Langley Village Hall? Do you run a regular group here and would like to attract/update more people? We took ownership of our Facebook page late in 2016 and are looking to make it an additional information resource for What’s On at the Village Hall. Continue reading
This Sunday, 4th June, the Croquet Club is holding a fundraising afternoon of Croquet with Pimms and Cream Teas, starting at 2 pm. The charge is £8 all-inclusive; children half price. The croquet is not compulsory but we do hope you will give it a try; you will need flat shoes to have a go. There will be a non-alcoholic alternative to the Pimms. Please come along and join us for a relaxing afternoon; bring family and friends with you! We will have some shelters up, so the weather should not be a deterrent. Continue reading
Bizet Entr’acte from Carmen
We had our first classical Rural Arts Wiltshire event on Friday 25th November and it proved to be a delightful evening, with fine performances from the Amalthea Duo, Klio Blonz (flute) and Siobhan Swider (harp). Continue reading
Kington Langley Croquet Club is holding its annual Open Day on Saturday 23rd April between 10 am and 4 pm. Continue reading
Richard Navarro and Nicholas Thurston gave us a great performance in February. Their music is fun and quirky; I think BBC 6’s James Robins got it just right when he described it as combining ‘elements of folk and jazz with a sprinkling of magic to create an off-kilter mix of gorgeous weirdness.’ In fact all the quotes and reviews make sense once you have seen the show! Continue reading