COUNTRY MARKET – Open for business at Mayfair tomorrow (Friday) from 9.15am to 11.45am selling homemade cakes and produce, including farm eggs and new season honey and craft items. Open weekly
BARBECUE – At Hope Bowdler village hall tomorrow (Friday) at 6.30pm.
Entry £7 but take your own wine.
SHOWS – At Acton Scott village hall for the Acton Scott Gardening Club at 2.30pm and at the annual flower and produce show at Rushbury village hall at 3pm on Saturday.
COUNTRY MUSIC NIGHT – At the District Social Club with Jane Ryan on Sunday.
COMMUNITY CINEMA – The film to be screened at Church Stretton School on Monday at 7.30pm will be The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
MEETING – A meeting of the Green Party is due to take place at the Acorn Café in Sandford Avenue on Tuesday.
The autumn conference takes place from September 7 to 10 in Bristol.
SPONSORSHIP – There is still time to sponsor Elaine at the Post Office for taking part in the Great North Run on September 16, raising money for Cancer Research.
DANCE CLASSES – The Stretton School of Dance and Drama has been offering line dancing sessions for all the family on Thursdays from 6pm to 7pm and adult classes in street jazz from 7pm to 8pm
followed by tap classes from 8pm to 9pm. Call 01694 723063 to find out more.
CLASSES – Various evening classes are planned for September to be held at Church Stretton School, including Introduction to digital SLR photography, research family history, spreadsheets using
Excel Workshop and databases using Access Workshop, all planned for September 18. File management and edocument production workshop, PowerPoint workshop, introduction to computing, and learn to
play keyboards are planned for September 19, all starting at 6.30pm. Call 01743 342333 to enrol or find out more. Fee waivers may apply. Sessions are for those aged 19 and above.
SALE – A tabletop sale will be held in All Stretton village hall on September 8, from 2pm to 5pm. To book a table, call 01694 723187.
HIKE MEETING – The Longmynd Hike committee meeting will take place at the District Social Club on September 9, at 8pm.