As part of the Queen's Jubilee Celebrations, St John's Church, Egham will be hosting a Cream Tea and Concert on Sunday, June 3rd.
Free childrens' summer activities will take place at The Hythe Centre Open Space on Wednesday, August 31, from 1pm until 3pm.
The event has been organised as part of Runnymede Council's ROAR activities for children aged five to 13 years.
For more details contact Emma Parnell on 01932 425677 or email: email@example.com
Older residents are being asked to volunteer for a research project at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Postdoctoral researcher Julie Gawrylowicz is undertaking the study into eye witnees reports from people more than 60 years old.
Participants would watch a short video clip about a criminal event, before being questioned about it during a face to face interview. Two sessions will take place 48hours apart and participants will receive a £10 fee for taking part.
To get involved call Miss Gawrylowicz on 01784 276548, or email: Julie.Gawrylowicz@rhul.ac.uk
Are you missing your fix of Downton Abbey? Do you need more class and fabulous frocks in your life? Then Thorpe Players may have the answer. Their next play is An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde, and plays don't come much classier than that.
A story about an honest politician whose past catches up with him, director Valerie Lane says that "the play may have been written in 1895, but some issues don't change, and human nature certainly doesn't! The cast have worked incredibly hard to make sure that the play is both enjoyable and relevant to a modern audience." All Wilde's usual and clever story-telling is contained in this classic comedy, which is at Thorpe Village Hall from Wednesday 18th to Saturday 21st May at 8pm. Tickets cost Â£9 and Â£10 and can be booked on 07923 583295 or on the door, subject to availability.
The Thorpe Players will peform Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband at the Thorpe Village Hall, Coldharbour Lane from Wednesday, May 18 until Saturday, May 21.
Each performance of the classic play will run from 7.55pm until 10.30pm.
Tickets cost Â£9 and are available from the box office on 07923 583295.
A celebration of all that is good.
28 and 29 May at Wiston House, West Sussex.
Fun activities for children of all ages. Tickets from Â£13. For more details go to www.bigchurchdayout.com
Thorpe Players are tapping into the Valentine's Day vibe with their next
production, Some Aspects of Love.
On Friday 18th and Saturday 19th February at 8pm they will be celebrating
the many views of love at Thorpe Village Hall in an evening of words and
There will also be songs from the shows, some familiar, some less so, as
well as sketches and comedy - all about love in some way.
Tickets are Â£7 each and can be booked on 07923 583295. Some available on
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of our visitors on behalf of the Surrey Herald.
Wishing you all a safe, happy and enjoyable holidays.
And we look forward to welcoming you back in 2011.