Pie and Pint

Are you retired? If so, join Farnham ASSIST for good company and a tasty pub lunch. They meet on the first, third and fourth Mondays of the month.
Not on Bank Holidays
They also have an annual outing and a Christmas lunch.

If you have any queries or need transport please contact Farnham ASSIST on 01252 717710.




Behind Closed Doors: 300 years of Willmer House

A hop grower’s residence, a school for young ladies, a dentist’s surgery; Since Willmer House was built in 1718 it has been many different things to different people. In this special exhibition celebrating 300 years of Willmer House, visitors will be able to learn more about the history of the building through material specially selected by pupils from Potters Gate School.




Luxe: the exquisite in art

A curated exhibition of elegant, luxurious and skilfully made objects. Nine artists and makers present a selection of exquisitely made artworks, produced in beautiful materials, using intricate, expertly applied techniques, from jewellery to engraved glass, ceramics and wood.

Highlights include pieces by: Robin Duttson, Tim Evershed, Paul Finch, Matt Horne, Alex McCarthy, Hugh Miller, Syann Van Niftrik, Ilona Sulikova and Nancy Sutcliffe.  View more work from the show.




Winter exhibition – Festive joy and gifts by talented artists

Known for selecting contemporary art and craft of the highest quality, the gallery team has handpicked artists and makers from across the country. The exhibition presents glass, ceramics, jewellery, sculpture, prints and paintings by more than 60 very talented established and emerging artists.

All work is handmade, making it unique and perfect for those looking for that special Christmas gift! Find unusual craft-led gifts as well as inspiration on everything from original printmaking to unique British jewellery designs. A must see Christmas show for all novice and expert lovers of art and craft.

Painting, drawing and print by: Nick Bodimeade, Mychael Barratt, Clare Caulfield, Helen Brown, Graham Evernden, Emily Faludy, Emma Harding, Jennifer Jokhoo, Susie Lidstone, David Moore, Fiona Pearce, Chris Sercombe, Tessa Pearson, Virginia Ray, Ruth Taylor and Catherine Warren.

Sculpture by: Celia Allen, Helena Curry, Faye Mayo, Edward Willis, Jillian Riley, Richard Jack and Liane Matthews.




Christmas at Birdworld

Come to Birdworld to meet Santa’s reindeer and some of their friendly farm animals before you enter a magical world full of animated characters in winter wonderland settings. As you walk through the different scenes, you can enjoy the friendly banter with the impish elves before the children meet Santa to receive their present. For those of you who are too old for a present, a mince pie and a hot fruit punch awaits!

Park Open 10am to 4.30pm – For santa visiting times please visit www.birdworld.co.uk/christmas to book your slot in advance.




Christmas Civic Carol Service

The Mayor of Farnham is hosting this year’s Christmas Civic Carol Service at St Andrew’s Church.

The service will include traditional carols and music by Farnham Youth Choir.

After the service, everybody is invited to join the Mayor for light refreshments.

Half the tickets will be given to local charities and organisations to thank them for all that they do for the town and the remaining half will be allocated via a ballot. Full details about how to apply for tickets will be published in the Farnham Herald in mid-November.




Christmas Tree Festival

Christmas Tree Festival.




Waverley Singers Christmas Concert

Waverley Singers Annual Christmas Concert – carols and readings. Conductor Richard Pearce. Organist Phil Scriven




Winter celebration 2018

Farnham in Bloom Community Group and Farnham Town Council invite you to this free event to celebrate this year’s achievements of gold awards in South and South East in Bloom as well as a year of community collaboration and volunteering.
There will be mulled wine, mince pies and live music by Farnham Brass Band. There will even be the opportunity to sing along to some Christmas classics!
You will also be able to buy pots of hyacinths planted by children at the Bloomin’ Kids’ Gardening Workshops in October.



Hatha Yoga

The Wellbeing Space – Hatha Yoga Class

Hatha yoga is a term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. It generally means that you will get a gentle introduction to the basic yoga postures. You’ll be sure to leave the class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed. Suitable for all abilities, especially beginners and improvers.

For more details please visit our website at  or call 01252 726 110




Hatha Yoga

The Wellbeing Space – Hatha Yoga Class

Hatha yoga is a term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. It generally means that you will get a gentle introduction to the basic yoga postures. You’ll be sure to leave the class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed. Suitable for all abilities, especially beginners and improvers.

For more details please visit our website at  or call 01252 726 110




Hatha Yoga

The Wellbeing Space – Hatha Yoga Class

Hatha yoga is a term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. It generally means that you will get a gentle introduction to the basic yoga postures. You’ll be sure to leave the class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed. Suitable for all abilities, especially beginners and improvers.

For more details please visit our website at  or call 01252 726 110




Hatha Yoga

The Wellbeing Space – Hatha Yoga Class

Hatha yoga is a term that refers to any type of yoga that teaches physical postures. It generally means that you will get a gentle introduction to the basic yoga postures. You’ll be sure to leave the class feeling longer, looser, and more relaxed. Suitable for all abilities, especially beginners and improvers.

For more details please visit our website or call 01252 726 110




December Farmers’ Market

Farnham Town Council organises a Farmers’ Market on the fourth Sunday of every month, 10am-1.30pm, giving you the opportunity to buy fresh produce direct from the producer.

Farmers’ Markets enable the producers and growers to sell their products direct to customers, which means fresher and tastier food because fewer food miles are travelled.

Many stallholders are happy to provide free tasting sessions before you buy delicious ingredients.




Emma Dunbar: Colour in the Snow

“What excites me about making a painting is trying to capture the essence of a place, a feeling, a thing.” Emma Dunbar

New Ashgate Gallery are delighted to welcome back Emma Dunbar’s vibrant and dynamic paintings for a much anticipated solo show. While Emma’s show will feature all seasons, for the first time, Emma has prepared a substantial new body of work, exploring colour in the show, making this show a special treat to our collectors and art lovers.

The exhibition also explores the joyful richness of the everyday. Emma gathers ingredients from her home, travels, the landscape, combining pattern and familiarity to create colourful and recognisable paintings. Her attraction to colour and the decorative qualities in everyday objects provide the foundation for her art while her training as a printmaker is evident both in the use of blocks of flat colour and in the way she scratches through surfaces to reveal pre-laid colours underneath.

At the same time in the gallery, there will feature the decorative ceramics by Ken Eardley. Ken’s colour and patterns focus on brightening up any kitchen and interior, bringing vibrancy into the everyday. They enter into a dialogue with Emma’s work.




Maker in Focus: Ken Eardley and the Wondrous World of Colour and Shapes

Brighten up your home and kitchen with Ken Eardley’s decorative ceramic ware that brings vibrancy into the everyday.

With a background in textiles, Ken explores his passion for strong graphic patterns and colour in his fun, bold and functional ceramics featuring birds, flora and fauna, polka dots and love hearts. Ken’s pieces are hand-made glazed earthenware and made using press-moulds. His ranges include vases, jugs, mugs, bowls and lamps and are all hand-painted.

At the same time in the gallery, there will feature new paintings by Emma Dunbar that celebrates the joyful richness of the everyday, creating a beautiful dialogue with Ken’s work.




Science Club at Farnham Library

Would you like to join our science club?

Farnham Library is launching a science club starting in January 2019. It will be held on alternate Thursdays from 4pm–5pm during term time for children aged 6–11 years. Each session costs £3 or £10 for 4 sessions.

In this session we will be looking at different household items and exploring whether they are acids or bases using red cabbage juice as an indicator.

To take part please pick up a registration form from Farnham Library and fill in your child’s details.




Burns Night Supper

The ever-popular Burns Night Supper at the Sands Golf Club is back. Join us for an evening of good company, food, poetry and a Ceilidh, while supporting a good cause. This is a fundraising event for the Pilgrim Project, a major project to refurbish The Spire Church and turn it into a modern community hub and café. Tickets cost £40 and are available from the Spire Church Café.




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Science Club at Farnham Library

Would you like to join our science club? It is held on alternate Thursdays from 4pm–5pm during term time for children aged 6–11 years. Each session costs £3 or £10 for 4 sessions.

In this session we will be building catapults and looking at how changing variables will increase the distance the catapult can fire.

To take part please pick up a registration form from Farnham Library and fill in your child’s details.




The Mayor’s Charity Concert

The Mayor’s Charity Concert will feature the Farnham Taiko Club, Farnham Rock Choir and the Friary Brass Band.

Taking place at the Medici Theatre at Weydon School, this concert will have a diverse range of music styles and will be an enjoyable evening for everyone.

Funds raised during the concert will go towards the Mayor’s charity which is Garner’s goes Bananas. This charity raises money for Garner’s Field Activity Centre. Farnham Scouts are seeking local support to fund upgrading and extending the current facilities.

There will be interval refreshments and a raffle during the evening.

Tickets will be on sale soon.

Information about Friary Brass Band




Science Club at Farnham Library

Would you like to join our science club? It is held on alternate Thursdays from 4pm–5pm during term time for children aged 6–11 years. Each session costs £3 or £10 for 4 sessions.

In this session we will be building bridges and trying to make a bridge that can hold the most weight. The best bridge will win a prize!

To take part please pick up a registration form from Farnham Library and fill in your child’s details.




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Science Club at Farnham Library

Would you like to join our science club? It is held on alternate Thursdays from 4pm–5pm during term time for children aged 6–11 years. There will be a charge to attend each session. Each session costs £3 or £10 for 4 sessions.

In this session we will be building a marble run in teams that keeps a marble rolling for the longest time. The best marble run will win a prize!

To take part please pick up a registration form from Farnham Library and fill in your child’s details.




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Farnham Sinfonia Concert

Farnham Sinfonia will be performing at St Andrew’s Parish Church, Farnham on Saturday, 30th March at 19.30. An interesting and varied programme includes:

Elgar – Serenade for Strings in E minor, Op.20
Mozart – Horn Concerto No.4 in E flat, K.495
Matthew Taylor – Romanza for Strings
Grieg – Holberg Suite, Op 40
Haydn – Symphony No 59 in A major “Fire”

Conductor – Matthew Taylor; Leader – Elizabeth Cooney and Soloist French Horn Richard Watkins. We very much look forward to welcoming you to a rewarding evening.

For tickets: call 01252 613130 or
secretary@tilbach.org .uk
£17.50 on the door or £15 in advance
Under 26 FREE
www.tilbach.org.uk




Sustainability Fayre

This is a community event to advance the environmental profile and opportunities for local environmental clubs, organisations and small businesses. It is a repeat of the success of a similar event last year organised by Farnham Local Food, a Community Supported Agriculture project. There will be stalls, refreshments and entertainment of a green and ethical theme.




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk




Ladies Pub Lunch

All retired ladies living on their own in Farnham are welcomed for a friendly get together at The Woodlarks pub in Bordon.
Farnham ASSIST organises this event and supplies transport if needed. This is a very friendly group of ladies who enjoy spending time together for a catch up once a month, there is a designated host to welcome new members and to help with ordering food.

Please call 01252 717710 for more information or if you would like transport. This group takes places on the 4th Monday of the month (excluding Bank Holidays).
info@farnham-assist.org.uk
www.farnham-assist.org.uk