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Coffee and Cake (a coffee morning), Saturday, September 29, 10am to 12 noon, at Park Road Bowling Club, Nantwich. Admission 3. Raffle and cake stalls. Proceeds for Macmillan Cancer Support. 

 

Fireworks Extravaganza, Friday, October 26, at Willaston Primary Academy. Gates open at 5.30pm; the fireworks will start at 7.15pm. This is a professional fireworks display. There will be a grill and bar, fairground rides and a disco. Tickets bought before October 24 (available from the school office): Family 10 (two adults and two children under 11), additional adult 4, additional child 2. Children under 2, free entry. Tickets after October 24: Family 18, additional adult 7, additional child 5. For more information visit the school's Facebook page or e-mail at fwsa.willaston@g.mail.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Historian launches latest work, Friday, October 5, at Nantwich Book Shop and Coffee Lounge, in High Street (on The Square). Manchester-based historian, Tim Clarkson, will launch his book "Aethelflaed - Lady of the Mercians". One of the most famous women of the Dark Ages, she helped to save England from the Vikings. Tickets 7.50, including snacks and a 2.50 discount on buying a copy of the book. Cash bar available. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. For more information call 01270 611665 or e-mail info@nantwichbookshop.co.uk

 

Artist and poet in audio-visual experience, Friday, October 19, at Nantwich Book Shop and Coffee Lounge, in High Street (on The Square). Nicholas Ferenczy will talk about, and show an audio-visual display about, his co-compilation of stories and poems, "The Bottle Kiln". The illustrated book gives an insight on what it was like to grow up, live and work in and around the Potteries and the North West. Tickets 7.50, including snacks and a 2.50 discount on buying a copy of the novel. Cash bar available. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. For more information call 01270 611665 or e-mail info@nantwichbookshop.co.uk

 

The Sound of Birds, Friday, October 26, at Nantwich Book Shop and Coffee Lounge, in High Street (on The Square). In a meeting of  the Supper Club, bird surveyor and bird sound recordist, John Wilson, will present an evening of discovering birds and their calls. Tickets 20 include a set three-course menu. Bring Your Own Bottle or house wines and beers available. Doors open at 7pm. For more information call 01270 611665 or e-mail info@nantwichbookshop.co.uk

 

LOOKING AHEAD

 

Life in an Elizabethan Garden, Saturday, November 10, at 1.30pm, at Nantwich Museum (Millennium Gallery), Pillory Street, Nantwich (CW5 5BQ). Nantwich Walled Garden Society and Nantwich Museum present an afternoon of four illustrated talks. Tickets 7.50 (including tea and biscuits) from Diana Hall (01270) 623530 or Nantwich Museum (01270 627104).

 

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