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January
 
Saturday 4th January 4 Recycle your Christmas tree in St Peter's Square 10:00an -1 2:00 noon
 
Monday 13th January Sorry We  Missed You (15) 101 mins Film 3.30pm  and  7.30pm  at Emsworth Community Centre Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe Emsworth Community Centre North Street, Emsworth, P010 7DD (accessible via behind the Fire Station) 1243 373805     POSTER
 

Wednesday 15th January Operation Overlord: Great Plans and Big Egos. Talk by Lord Richards of Herstmonceux 7.30 pm Operation OVERLORD was the biggest amphibious operation in history. It took years of almost faultless planning and preparation. Yet it was a close run thing, in part because of the oversize egos and rivalries of the politicians and generals involved, on both the Allied and Axis sides. Underpinned by a campaign narrative that culminates in the fall of Paris, this revealing talk also examines the conduct and motives of the characters in whose hands our destiny lay. 
Talks are held at the Mountford Rooms. Emsworth Community Centre. North Street. Emsworth PO10 7DD   Tickets are available on the door and doors open at 7pm.  EM&HT Members £3    Non members £4  Please check the Visit Us page for opening times:  http://www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk/visitus

 
Thursday 16th January Lavender cultivation as part of an ecological farm plan by Mr A Elms, Lordington, ;ocal farmer, Andrew, sought farm diversification after selling his dairy herd in 2002, establishing 4 acres of lavendar as a wildlife haven and a source of revenue.
Products will be on sale. An Emsworth Horticultural Society Talk at Emsworth Community Centre Entrance is FREE to EHS Members £2 for Non Members
 

Saturday 18th January WESTBOURNE LOCAL HISTORY DAY 11.00am - 16.30pm at Westbourne Parish Hall The Westbourne Local History Group presents a working exhibition of its interests In uncovering and recording the history of Westboune. Refreshments Available & Book Sales; Free Entry.

 

Monday 20th January Social coordination in great apes and human children

Dr Sophie Milward, Lecturer, Dept Psychology, Portsmouth University

Science Discovery Group Held  on  the  3rd Monday   of  the  month,   7.30   -  9.15  at  Emsworth Community  Centre £3pp on the door. ​Humans are known for being highly social beings, able to cooperate and coordinate in complex ways and on huge scales.  This is one of the skills that has been argued to make us unique, and explain our sophisticated cultures and techonologies, which in turn have made us the dominant species on this planet.  However, many other species show collaborative and coordination abilities to some extent.  I will present evidence from evolutionary and developmental psychology experiments with human children and our closest living relatives, the great apes, to demonstrate the ways in which we are similar, but also different from our evolutionary cousins.  For more information Email:  sciencediscoverygroup@gmail.com

or phone Sarah or John Simpson, 07711 167523 www.sciencediscoverygroup.co.uk

 

Wednesday 22nd January: The Roman Anglo-Saxon Transition, by Trevor Creighton.  A Chichester and District Archaeological Society talk at New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester PO19 7XY,  Free to Members, non-members £5 payable at the door.  www.cdas.info

 
ednesday 22nd January  Seabird Conservation in Langstone and Chichester Harbours  Join us for an illustrated talk on Seabird Conservation in Langstone and Chichester Harbours, given by Wes Smith of the RSPB.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (Havant, Hayling and Emsworth Group). Everyone welcome. 19.30 at the Main Hall, Warblington School, Southleigh Road, Havant, PO9 2RR (map ref SU 726 063). Parking available in car park on the left just inside the school and at rear of school. Admission to presentation with refreshments £3. For further details please contact Andrew Powling on 02392 258457 or email apowling01@btinternet.com
 

Saturday 25th January Celebrate Burns Night with The Emsworth Supper Club  Join The Emsworth Supper Club to celebrate the life of Robert Burns. Starting with a traditional hot toddy, relax and meet new friends whilst enjoying a special three-course Burns Night supper.  7.50pm at Hewitt's Cafe,South Street. More information & tickets HERE

 
Sunday 26th January "Winter Waders and Woodland" a Chidham and Hambrook Environment Group Guided Walk meet at Chidham Manor Farm Amenity Car Ork at 10,00am.  See POSTER
 

Monday 27th January Downton (PG) 122mins Film 3.30pm  and  7.30pm  at Emsworth Community Centre Tickets £5 from: Emsworth Community Centre or Loretta's Cafe Emsworth Community Centre North Street, Emsworth, P010 7DD (accessible via behind the Fire Station) 1243 373805    POSTER

February
 

Saturday 1st February Burn's Night from 7pm at Emsworth Community Centre  Traditional Haggis Super and dancing  Tickets are £12 for members, £15 non-members. Tickets  available  from the Community  Centre office.  POSTER

 

Sunday 2nd February Jive and Blues Dance  3.00pm -6.00pm at the Community Centre. Starts with a 30 minute fun dance class  £10 payable on the door Light refreshments are provided,  Call Francis on 07904 339 111 for more information.

 

Thursday 6th February   Seth Mulder & Midnight Run Emsworth Community Centre at at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
Saturday 8th February Young People's  Day  see POSTER for details
Monday 10th February 1msworth Residents Association AGM  at the Emsworth Community Centre in North Street  Emsworth at 7.30pm.  
 

Thursday 13 February April Verch & Joe Newberry  Chidham Village Hall at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Monday 17th February Cancer Immunology  a Science Discovery Group talk Ass Prof Edd James, Centre for Cancer Immunology, Southampton University Venue: Emsworth Community Centre, North St, Emsworth 7.30pm £3pp on the door www.sciencediscoverygroup.co.uk

 

Wednesday 19th February The sinking of the The Royal George - 1782 A creative response in poetry and images Talk by Denise Bennett 7.30 pm The Royal George sank at Spithead on the 29th August 1782 with the loss of around 1,000 lives including 60 children. It was being ‘heeled’ for repairs to the water cock and also loaded with provisions when it began to take in water. The carpenter raised the alarm and spoke to the Lieutenant on duty twice but was ignored. If his warning had been heeded, the tragedy might have been averted.
Talks are held at the Mountford Rooms. Emsworth Community Centre. North Street. Emsworth PO10 7DD   Tickets are available on the door and doors open at 7pm.  EM&HT Members £3    Non members £4  Please check the Visit Us page for opening times:  http://www.emsworthmuseum.org.uk/visitus

 

Thursday 20th February  McGoldrick, McCusker & Doyle Emsworth Baptist  Church at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Monday 24th February Judy (12A) Film at Emsworth Community Centre (3.30pm and 7.30pm) The amazing story of Judy Garland played by Renee Zellweger, who has won many awards for her role. Tickets £5 from Emsworth Community Centre of Loretta's Cafe.  POSTER

 

Wednesday 26th February: Battle of Britain over Chichester, 1940: Aerial action and archaeological implications, by John Smith. A Chichester and District Archaeological Society talk at New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester PO19 7XY,  Free to Members, non-members £5 payable at the door.  www.cdas.info

 
Wednesday 26th February The Wildlife of St Helena and other UK overseas territories, by Andy Lester.Join us for an illustrated talk on the Wildlife of St Helena and other UK overseas territories, given by local naturalist Andy Lester.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (Havant, Hayling and Emsworth Group). Everyone welcome. 19.30 at the Drama Studio, Warblington School, Southleigh Road, Havant, PO9 2RR (map ref SU 726 063). Parking available in car park on the left just inside the school and at rear of school. Admission to presentation with refreshments £3. For further details please contact Andrew Powling on 02392 258457 or email apowling01@btinternet.com.
 
 
 
March
 

Thursday 5th March  Blazin’ Fiddles Emsworth Baptist Church at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Friday 6th March  Comedy @ The Club Emsworth Sports & Social Club at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Monday 9th March Official Secrets (15) True story of a British whistle-blower (played by Keira Knightley), who leaked information of NASA spy operation aimed at pushing the UN Security Council into sanctioning the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Tickets £5 from Emsworth Community Centre of Loretta's Cafe  POSTER

 

 

Tuesday10th March Emsworth Branch RNLI AGM Emsworth Skipper Sailing Club www.rnliemsworthbranch.org.uk 

 

Monday 16th March Was Einstein right that he was wrong? a Science Discovery Group  talk Prof Daniel Thomas, Professor of Astrophysics, Portsmouth University Venue: Emsworth Community Centre, North St, Emsworth 7.30pm £3pp on the door www.sciencediscoverygroup.co.uk

 
Thursday 19th March A to Z of my Fuschia Year by Derek Dexter. An Emsworth Horticultural Society Talk at Emsworth Community Centre Entrance is FREE to EHS Members £2 for Non Members
 

Saturday 21st March Quiz Night at Emsworth Community Centre at 7.00pm Tickets £12 for members, £15 non-members, which includes a supper. Book your table of six or join a table by contacting our office. Please bring your own alcohol.
W. www.emsworthcommunitycentre.org.uk  T. 01243 373805

 

 

Saturday 21st March Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham Emsworth Baptist Church at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Monday 23rd March Good Liar (15) Film at Emsworth Community Centre (3.30pm and 7.30pm) When a con man sets out to swindle a recently widowed lady, he discovers things aren't quite as they seem. Stars Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen.  Tickets £5 from Emsworth Community Centre of Loretta's Cafe.  POSTER

 

Wednesday 25th March: Living with Monuments: recent work on the Neolithic of the Avebury region, by Professor Josh Pollard. A Chichester and District Archaeological Society talk at New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester PO19 7XY,  Free to Members, non-members £5 payable at the door.  www.cdas.info

 
Wednesday 25th March The Havant Thicket Reservoir Project, by Trevor Codlin. Join us for an illustrated talk by Trevor Codlin of Portsmouth Water on the plans to build a reservoir in Havant Thicket and its implications for wildlife.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (Havant, Hayling and Emsworth Group). Everyone welcome. 19.30 at the Drama Studio, Warblington School, Southleigh Road, Havant, PO9 2RR (map ref SU 726 063). Parking available in car park on the left just inside the school and at rear of school. Admission to presentation with refreshments £3. For further details please contact Andrew Powling on 02392 258457 or email apowling01@btinternet.com
 

Saturday 28th March  Doug MacLeod St. James Parish Hall Emsworth at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
April
 
Saturday 4th April Emsworth Branch RNLI Spring Coffee Morning Emsworth Skipper Sailing Club
 

Monday 13th April The Lion King Film at Emsworth Community Centre (3.30pm and 7.30pm) A Disney classic retold for another generation.  Stars Donald Gover and Beyonce Tickets £5 from Emsworth Community Centre of Loretta's Cafe.  POSTER

 

Wednesday 22nd April: Place-names in the archaeological and historical landscape, by Judie English. A Chichester and District Archaeological Society talk at New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester PO19 7XY,  Free to Members, non-members £5 payable at the door.  www.cdas.info

 

Friday 24th April  Chris Jagger & Charlie Hart Compton Parish Room at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Saturday 25th, - Sunday 26th April Emsworth Arts Trail

 

Monday 27th April The Peanut Butter Falcon (12A) Film at Emsworth Community Centre (3.30pm and 7.30pm) A lovely adventure comedy about a boy with Down's yndrome,who runs away  with the dream of becoming a wrestler and finds life as he travelsTickets £5 from Emsworth Community Centre of Loretta's Cafe.  POSTER

 

May

 
Saturday 1st - Monday 3rd May Emsworth Arts Trail
 

Monday 4th May  Alvin Youngblood Hart Chidham Village Hall at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
Saturday 16th May  The Emsworth to Basingstoke Charity Relay Challenge Race: www.emsworthrelay.org.uk 
 

Saturday 16th May Village Voices Summer Concert Emsworth Baptist Church – doors open at 7.00pm.  www.emsworthvillagevoices.org

 

Sunday 17th May  The Unquiet Grave Compton Parish Room at 2.30pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
 

Monday 18th May  Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands Chidham Village Hall at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
June
 

Friday 5th June  Fairport Convention St. James’ Church, Emsworth at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

Friday 12th June  Tunde Jegede ‘Who Am I ?’ Compton Parish Room at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
July
 

Saturday 4th July RNLI Street Collection Flag Day Emsworth Town Centrewww.rnliemsworthbranch.org.uk

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
August
Saturday 1st August Emsworth Branch RNLI Quay Sale Emsworth Quay and Emsworth Skipper Sailing Club www.rnliemsworthbranch.org.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Monday 31st August The Emsworth Show Details TBA www.emsworthshow.org.uk
 
September
 

Friday 25th – Sunday 27th September 5th Emsworth Beer, Cider & Wine Festival Beer, Cider & Wine Festival, Bluegrass – Blues Celtic Music – Comedy Folk usic   Reggae/Ska – Theatre World Music (inc film and dance)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
October
 

Wednesday 7th October Eddi Reader ’40 Years Live’ Emsworth Baptist Church at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
Saturday 17th October Ruby & The Revelators St. James Parish Hall, at 8pm All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE
 
Friday 23rd October at  Comedy @ The Club Emsworth Sports & Social Club 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
November
 

Saturday 7th November  - Emsworth Branch RNLI Autumn Coffee Morning between 9.30am noon at ESSC

 

Friday 20th November  Comedy @ The Club Emsworth Sports & Social Club at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE

 
Tuesday 24th November  Skerryvore St. James’ Church, Emsworth at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE
 
Saturday 28th November  Maroon Town Chidham Village Hall at 8pm. A WemsFest event All seating is unreserved and doors normally open 30 minutes prior to the event starting. Tckets from: www.wegottickets.com, (Booking fee applies) & Bookends, 7 High Street, Emsworth (all events). More information HERE
 
 
 
 
 
 
December
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


 


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