An Evening with Chris Leslie – 7 July

This is a Friends of St Mary’s Adderbury(FOSMA) event and we are thrilled that Adderbury’s very own Chris Leslie will perform in St Mary’s Church starting at 7.30 pm.   Chris is a multi-instrume​ntalist and singer-songwrit​er who is primarily known for his work with Fairport Convention. He has toured and recorded with, amongst others, Steve Ashley, the Albion Band, Jez Lowe, Ian Anderson, Chris While and Julie Matthews, Whippersnapper, Alan Stivell, Feast of Fiddles and St. Agnes Fountain. Chris has also provided music for a number of Radio Four plays and classic serials. His fiddle playing has also been heard on the TV series Heartbeat, Midsomer Murders and Billy Connolly’s World Tour of Scotland. Tickets are available at £12 from Trish Fennell on 01295 811059 or trish.fennell@btconnect.com or carolinejonespersonal@gmail.com. You can also purchase them from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/439795

Mischief Makers – 14 July to 15 September

The summer reading challenge at Adderbury library.  What is the Summer Reading Challenge?
The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. You can sign up at the library, then read six library books of your choice to complete the Challenge. There are exclusive rewards to collect along the way. Drop into the library to find out more!

Three Spires Challenge – 8 July

Seven weeks to go! It’s a great family event with a Half Marathon Run, Half Marathon Walk, 10k Run, 5k Fun Run and Junior Runs. There’s always a friendly atmosphere and it’s mostly off-road. To enter, please see www.adderburyrunningclub.co.uk
Alternatively, if you’re able to help as a marshal, we would love to hear from you! Please contact Caz: caz3spires@gmail.com. £5 per marshal goes to a local group or to any UK charity of your choice.

Netball

Have you been caught up in the recent excitement of the Commonwealth Games on The Gold Coast? The England netball team, the Roses, were victorious and took the gold medal home after nailbiting semis and a breathtaking final against Australia who have been unbeaten for what seems like forever!! The Roses have been fighting for the top position in recent years but have never gained it until now. Many people have been newly excited by netball as a spectator sport and in recent years England netball has launched a nationwide back to netball scheme that has been hugely successful in boosting local team numbers and encouraging ladies and girls to play for fun and fitness.

Aunt Agatha’s Afternoon Teas – 22 July

WFAC are holding a fund-raising event in the Institute between 2.30 pm and 4.00 pm. Relax with friends and family and enjoy a wonderful English afternoon tea.  A perfect way to wind down after a busy weekend with waitress service and a welcoming atmosphere. £6 per person.  Please book your table with Jackie Head on 07849 124392.