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18 March, 2019

Bentworth and Lasham Cricket Match – Monday 27th May

Cricket Club The Villager

We are pleased to confirm the annual village match between  Bentworth and Lasham will take place from 1pm on Monday 27th May. As always players of all ages and abilities and as many supporters as possible are welcomed for the T20 format. ...

18 March, 2019

Bentworth Garden Club

Garden Club The Villager

Our 2nd Garden Club Speaker is Bev Mumford formerly of Royston Organic Gardens. Bev is coming to talk to us about Organic Gardening and Composting. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible to what should be a very informative talk, on 16th April at 7.30 in the Jubilee Hall. ...

18 March, 2019

Bentworth Spring Litter Pick

Environment Parish Council

We will be holding a spring litter pick on Saturday 13th April. All are welcome to join in. We will meet on the village green at 10am and expect to be finished by 11 am. ...

18 March, 2019

Lasham Gliding Society Winter Talks

Events The Villager

Saturday talks will usually commence at 6pm and will be held in the Brown Elephant briefing room at Lasham. Although most of the events are free of charge it is customary that a silver collection is made at the end of each talk for the Lasham Trust or other deserving cause of the speaker’s choosing. Dinner will be available in the restaurant afterwards. Booking is advisable at thegoldenglider@outlook.com. Or 01256 384910. The bar is also available to members and visitors at all times. ...

18 March, 2019

Alton Abbey Open Days

Church Events

Open Days at Alton Abbey GU34 4AP Saturday & Sunday April 27th & 28th 12 noon – 5pm. Admission £3 Tea and Cake £3 Featuring mosaic demonstration, beautiful stationery, second-hand books and in the Abbey Church 3pm, organ recital Saturday / piano recital Sunday ...

18 March, 2019

“Surprised by Joy” CS Lewis (1898-1963)

Church Events

Susan Morris and Alfred Bradley present a talk with readings Aslan … Puddleglum … Reepicheep … the Dufflepuds … Prince Caspian – many of us will remember these and many other much-loved characters from The Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis’s series for children which he wrote whilst also in post as one of Oxbridge’s most scholarly academics. Lewis’s personal journey from atheism to Christianity was central to his life, and an unlooked-for romantic experience of extreme emotional intensity gave him powerful insights to human nature, as many will remember from Richard Attenborough’s film Shadowlands. Born in N. Ireland, he had spent some of his most formative teenage years living in Surrey at Great Bookham near Leatherhead – a period he always described as the most perfect in his life. ...