PRIZE: a celebration of image

The exhibition brings nine award-winning artists to Farnham: all of them are internationally accomplished and recognised for excellence and talent through a prestigious art prize.

The exhibition presents painting by Peter Archer (Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize), Gareth Edwards (BP Portrait Award), Martin Greenland (John Moores Painting Prize), Charlotte Harris (BP Portrait Award) and print by John Hoyland (John Moores), Sir Terry Frost (John Moores), Sandra Blow (Guggenheim International Award) and Bruce McLean (John Moores).

It reflects on the Gallery’s beginnings 60 years ago: New Ashgate was the first provincial gallery with nationally and internationally known artists such as Anthony Caro, Elizabeth Frink, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso and Graham Sutherland.

This will be an exceptional opportunity to appreciate and collect work by these highly accomplished stars of the art world outside London and close to home.

Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-5pm | Closed on Mondays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Free entry.




Maker in Focus: Paul Jackson Exhibition

Maker in Focus: Paul Jackson

The unique character of Paul Jackson’s work derives from two interrelated processes. Each piece is first thrown on the wheel, then subtly altered in form – giving the pot an individual character and strength defined by a journey of discovery. The journey continues during decoration, where the pot’s elegance and sense of balance grow directly out of Paul’s concern for harmony between form, colour and the painted surface.

Paul uses white earthenware to construct his energetic and sinuous forms. The clay allows for the dynamic shaping of the pieces which form the vessels which go on to be given diverse and colourful decoration. Recently Paul has also diversified in his methods, using local stoneware and porcelain in a salt glaze kiln. This has given rise to the new porcelain series which celebrates the glaze effects in their own right, albeit with some references to the coastline and rock formations of North Cornwall.

Paul has exhibited widely in both the UK and the US.

20 April to 8 June 2019
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-5pm | Closed on Mondays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.




Ray Sheldon: Exercises in Spacial Arrangement

Ray Sheldon: Exercises in Spacial Arrangement

Ray is a modernist at heart. His work explores the dynamics of still life; somewhere between the figurative and abstraction and is striving for simplification, by reducing a composition to its essential characteristics.

Ray prepares his own gesso boards and canvases manipulating the surface. The planning of colour masses is vital: colour can arouse the deepest thoughts and emotion. As Ray says:

“For me a still life painting is a living thing. Each work is reworked many times, objects rearranged, the negative spaces are as significant as the objects. I love the play between the flat surface and the illusion of depth and solidity. I don’t feel restricted by my subject, Giorgio Morandi showed me how to paint and keep busy with just one theme.”

20 April to 8 June 2019. Tuesday to Saturday: 10am-5pm | Closed on Mondays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Free entry.




Farnham Walking Festival 2019

Following the success of previous years, we are delighted to announce the 2019 Farnham Walking Festival.  Farnham Town Council with a team of volunteer walk leaders and Breaking Free, will be holding a two week long free festival of walking.

More information to follow.




Chatterbooks Children’s Reading Group

Do you like reading and maing new friends? Come and join our friendly Chatterbooks Reading Group in Farnham Library for children aged 8 -11 years. It will be held once a month on Tuesdays from 4:45 – 5:30. If you are interested, please peak to a member of staff for more details.




Craft(ing) The Body

TICKETS: £10.00 – includes tea/coffee.
Please note lunch is not provided, but the UCA cafeteria, Waitrose and cafes are all a short walk away.

In the 21st century, technology has established an extraordinary relationship with the body: its crafting and its representation. Textiles, metals, and ceramics are used to replace interior body parts, while fibres can ‘read’ our most intimate details, acting as diagnostic tools. How does this affect the ways we construct our identity, process information about our bodies, move those bodies through space?
The conference asks if craft knowledge and haptic understanding have roles to play in this debate. How can craft reflect on the body as a means of literal and poetic understanding of ourselves, our narratives and histories, hopes and concerns?
Opening Keynote Presentation will be given by Catherine Harper, Professor of Textiles and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of Chichester. Editor-in-Chief of the Routledge journal TEXTILE: Cloth & Culture, she is also editor of and contributor to the four-volume Textiles: Critical and Primary Sources (Bloomsbury 2012) and author of a monograph, Intersex (Berg, 2007). She has published several chapters and scholarly articles, most recently in O’Brien and Moran’s Love Objects and Millar and Kettle’s Erotic Cloth; also Taylor & Francis’ Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture.
Closing Keynote Presentation will be given by David Jones, the representative for the UK, Ireland and Benelux on the global council of the International Academy of Ceramics. He is a Fellow of the Crafts Potter Association of the UK. He received his PhD from Manchester Metropolitan University; he studied for his undergraduate degree at the University of Warwick, graduating in Philosophy and Literature; this was where he was first introduced to pottery. He subsequently taught ceramics for thirty years at the University of Wolverhampton. He has contextualised his own making in two books addressing the nature of fire: Raku – Investigations into Fire (1999) and Firing – Philosophies within Contemporary Ceramic Practice (2007), both published by Crowood Press.




Greenhouse Open Day

Come and enjoy a sneak preview of Farnham in Bloom before the plants are put out around the town.

Location: greenhouses are located on West Street between the cemetery and the allotments, parking will be signposted on the day at the Council’s depot which is situated on the left hand side as you leave Farnham town centre. Turn left just immediately after the Bourne Wood Manor Care Home and follow the track around to the right.

Nibbles and refreshments will be available.

Directions and Parking:

There will be parking spaces available at the Council’s depot on West Street which will be signposted and is just beyond the cemetery, on the left hand side, if travelling from the town centre. The turning is between the entrance of the newly built Bourne Wood Manor Care Home and an electricity substation. Follow a track which will lead to a car parking area. You will then need to walk through our allotment site following the footpath to reach our greenhouses. The closest postcode is GU9 7AP if using a sat nav.

If walking, access is via the entrance to West Street Cemetery, opposite the Old Exchange building. Follow the driveway down to until you reach a  gate on the right, just before the Garden of Reflection.

There is also a session from 6-7pm. Greenhouse open day is free to attend but please register if you plan to come along by emailing lara.miller@farnham.gov.uk




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Greenhouse Open Day – Early evening session

Come and enjoy a sneak preview of Farnham in Bloom before the plants are put out around the town.

Location: greenhouses are located on West Street between the cemetery and the allotments, parking will be signposted on the day at the Council’s depot which is situated on the left hand side as you leave Farnham town centre. Turn left just immediately after the Bourne Wood Manor Care Home and follow the track around to the right.

Nibbles and refreshments will be available.

Directions and Parking:

There will be parking spaces available at the Council’s depot on West Street which will be signposted and is just beyond the cemetery, on the left hand side, if travelling from the town centre. The turning is between the entrance of the newly built Bourne Wood Manor Care Home and an electricity substation. Follow a track which will lead to a car parking area. You will then need to walk through our allotment site following the footpath to reach our greenhouses. The closest postcode is GU9 7AP if using a sat nav.

If walking, access is via the entrance to West Street Cemetery, opposite the Old Exchange building. Follow the driveway down to until you reach a  gate on the right, just before the Garden of Reflection.

Free to attend but please register if you plan to come along to lara.miller@farnham.gov.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Symposium – Space and belonging: narratives of migration, materials and gentrification

Space and Belonging Symposium: Narratives of Migration, Materials and Gentrification

Date: Thursday 23 May 2019
Location: University for the Creative Arts, Falkner Road, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7DS
Times: Registration opens 9.45am, Symposium 10am-6pm
Cost: Academics £10, Postgraduates and Students £5

The Spatial Mutuality Symposium will feature artists and filmmakers who have responded to themes of movement, migration of people and materials. How can journeys and ideas of belonging, memory and exile be explored in photography and moving image?

Keynote speakers from the worlds of artists feature filmmaking (Christine Molloy – Desperate Optimists) and academic arts partnerships with the community (Professor Alison Blunt & Olivia Sheringham – Queen Mary, University of London) will present work and concepts addressing key issues in today’s world. Presentations from Katy Beinart, Estéfani Bouza, Vesna Lukic, Minou Norouzi, John Podpadec, Minna Pöllänen & Will Jennings, and Deniz Sözen.

Organised by Stephen Connolly; Maren Hahnfeld and David Rule; University for the Creative Arts.

Tea/coffee and lunch are included.




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




May 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.




Farnham Spring Festival

The Farnham Spring Festival is back for 2019.

Farnham Spring Festival offers visitors and residents the chance to enjoy a fantastic day of live music, fun attractions for all the family.  The event takes place in Gostrey Meadow on Sunday 26 May from 12pm-6pm attracting audiences of over 1,000 people throughout the day.  There will be a vast array of music styles on offer on a specially covered stage from relaxed jazz music to blues, pop and more up tempo rock and roll : YÉ- YÉ aka The Arc Band, Eden Blacklist, Peter Crutchfield, The Dolomites the A31s and Farnham Taiko Club.

All are welcome to enjoy a fantastic spring day in Gostrey Meadow with live music, family and sporting activities,  funfair rides and delicious street food.

 

 

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham

 

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

 

 

 

 




The Paint Club painting classes

Toucans, moonlit forests and the occasional llama – we paint them all! The Paint Club run fun and totally casual painting classes at Bill’s every last Monday of the month. No experience or materials needed.




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Half-term Craft Event – Making an Animal-inspired Cup and Ball Game

Come and join them at Farnham Library for their Half-Term Craft Event – Making an Animal-inspired Cup and Ball Game.

Tuesday 28th May. 2.30pm-4pm

Drop in or Tickets available for £1 to reserve a place.




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Farnham Flash Festival 2019

Farnham Flash Festival 2019

Farnham Flash Festival is a month-long celebration of the performing arts in Farnham. Every day during the month of June there will be performance events happening in all kinds of venues, at various times of day. Concerts and recitals of all descriptions, theatre – musical and dramatic, dancing, song, for all ages and tastes. The full-colour brochure for the FFFestival will be available from early in May, and the Calendar is updated from as soon as performers register to participate until the end of June.

All are welcome to register to perform as part of the FFFestival – the more the merrier! Anyone with space to be a venue is also welcome to let us know and we’ll try and put you in touch with a suitable performer. You might consider supporting the FFFestival as advertiser or sponsor, or volunteer. It’s a great community event which will be in its third year this year – so take a look at the website: www.farnhamflashfestival.org, and make sure you’re part of the action!




Dockenfield Day

D-Day is Approaching!
Are You Beach Ready?
It’s time to dust down your surfboard and reach for your sunglasses. D-Day is just around the corner and the theme this year is The Beach. Bring your buckets and spades, your masks and snorkels and meet us on Saturday 1st June, 2-6pm at the Playing Field, Abbotts Cottages.
There will be something for everyone at D-Day – old favourites such as the coconut shy and the bouncy castle as well as some exciting new additions like the much-anticipated Space Hopper Sprint and Donut Challenge. There’ll be the annual tug of war too, the legendary Dockenfield Dog Show, and the brilliant Downstairs at Deano’s will be performing again. All sports and events are free to join in and the cost of stalls is kept to a minimum. Where else can you try a genuine Human Fruit Machine for as little as 10p a go? So whether you fancy a cup of tea and a delicious piece of home-made cake, a quiet browse at the book stall, some new plants for the garden or a succulent burger washed down with some locally brewed beer, D-Day is the only place to be. Bring your friends and family and join in the fun.




Summer Festival Concert

A summer concert featuring one orchestral and two choral pieces by Josef Haydn, sung by the Farnham and Bourne Choral Society and performed by the F&B Orchestra:

Theresienmesse
London Symphony, No. 104
Insanae et Vanae Curae

Ticket information is available on our website:

http://www.farnham-choral.org.uk/index.html




Walk for the Wards

If you like the sound of a leisurely ramble through stunning countryside, then why not join Phyllis Tuckwell for their annual Walk for the Wards event on Sunday 2nd June 2019. They are returning to Frensham this year, starting and ending at More House School, with routes that take you through miles of beautiful countryside. Choose from a 5 or 10 mile route and be rewarded with a free cream tea at the end!

Date: Sunday 2nd June
Location: More House School, Frensham
Time: Start from 9.30am
Registration fee: £15 adults, £7 children (U14)




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Squeeze Box,  a five piece female band based in Farnham will be entertaining visitors with a mix of pop and soft rock.   Lions Club of Farnham will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Festival19

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.




LitMus Concert

LitMus Ensemble present a programme of poems, readings and music. Presented by Graham Fawcett with Elizabeth Cooney – Violin, Siu Chui Li – Piano
Music by Beethoven, Berlioz, Clara Schumann, Leopold Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Dvorak among others
Literature and poems by John Donne, Thomas Hardy, Flora Thompson, Arthur Conan Doyle, C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll

Tickets £15.00 on door or £12.00 in advance via website. Under 26 free thanks to Cavatina on registration at the door.




Farnham ASSIST Central lunch

Are you retired and living on your own?
You would be very welcome at Farnham ASSIST’s Sunday Roast dinner. This is held once a month on the 2nd Sunday at 1pm for anyone living in Farnham.

The cost is £6 for a two course home-cooked meal and transport is available if needed.
Pre-booking is essential, please call 01252 717710 for more information or to book.




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

The Revivals Band,  a 60’s to present day cover band will be entertaining visitors with pop, rock and roll, country, R &B, soul and motown . Farnham Fundraising for Marie Curie will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




FRENSHAM FAYRE and PARTY IN THE PARK

The clowns are in town for this year’s Circus themed Fayre. There will be thrills and spills inside and outside our “big top”. All the returning favourites will be there. The More House Band, Pony Rides, Dog Show, Punch and Judy, home bakery and the tastiest selection of food on offer in the area together with a choice of tea coffee and alcoholic beverages to suit all.

For the thrill seekers The Bungee Trampolines and Assault Course will test your nerve. Alternatively join Clown Ricos workshop learning to be a circus performer.

As the sun starts to go down put on your dancing shoes for Party in the Park as Foxy Lauz and The Hounds of Sound return to the marquee. Enjoy the Thai BBQ or Wood Fired Pizza together with a cheeky cocktail, wine, prosecco or Real Ale from The Holly Bush Pubs fabulous bar.

Evening Event Ticket Only. Check the website for full details.

ALL PROCEEDS TO CHARITY or LOCAL GOOD CAUSES




Vintage Fashion Fair Farnham

Spend a leisurely Saturday browsing the 20 stalls of beautiful vintage clothing, shoes, handbags, hats, jewellery, and textiles. The fair offers wearable vintage at affordable prices and a selection of vintage designer labels. Something to suit all tastes and budgets. Entry is £2 under 16s free.




The Woodlarks Centre’s 70th Anniversary Fete

The Woodlarks Centre’s 70th Anniversary is on 15 June and they are celebrating by holding a Summer Fete at the Gostrey Meadow in Farnham.

The Woodlarks Centre is an exceptional care home and activity centre situated in a beautiful location on the outskirts of Farnham. Our mission is ‘to provide the highest quality of care and support for people with a range of disabilities, in a warm and stimulating environment’.

They would like to thank the community for supporting them over the course of the years. Please come and join them to celebrate.




Farnham ASSIST Saturday Roast lunch

Are you retired and living on your own?

You would be very welcome at Farnham ASSIST’s Saturday Roast dinner. This is held once a month on the 3rd Saturday at 12.30pm for anyone living in North Farnham (Hale, Badshot Lea, Heath End & Weybourne).

The cost is £5 for a two course home-cooked meal and transport is available if needed.
Pre-booking is essential, please call 01252 717710 for more information or to book.




Tilford Bach Society Concert

Lunchtime concert followed by light lunch

JS Bach solo works for violin and cello
Katherine Sharman (cello) and Adrian Butterfield (violin) each perform a solo work by JS Bach

JS Bach suite No. 6 in D major BWV 1012 for solo cello
JS Bach Sonata No. 2 in A minor BWV 1003 for solo violin

Tickets £10.00 on the door




Tilford Bach Society Concert

Concert of Baroque music played by London Handel Players
Rachel Brown, flute
Adrian Butterfield, violin
Oliver Webber, violin
Rachel Byrt, viola
Katherine Sharman, cello
Silas Wollston, harpsichord

Telemann Quartet No.6 in D minor from Fourth Book of Quartets (1752) TWV 43: d2
Corelli Violin Sonata Op.5 No.4 in F major
Marais Suite in D major from Pièces en Trio pour les flutes, violon et dessus de viole
J.S. Bach Harpsichord Concerto in A major BWV 1055
Vivaldi Flute Concerto ll Gran Mogol in D minor RV 431a
J.S. Bach Trio Sonata in G major BWV 1038 for flute, violin and bass continuo
Telemann Quartet No.1 in D major from Fourth Book of Quartets (1752) TWV 43: D4
Handel arias from Giulio Cesare HWV 17: Da tempeste & Se pietà

Tickets £17.50 on door or £15.00 in advance via website. Under 26s FREE through Cavatine on registration at the door.




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Harry Strutters Jazz Band, will be entertaining visitors with jazz, jive and swing. 1st Rowledge Rainbow and Guides will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Tilford Bach Society Concert

JS Bach: Magnificat
JS Bach: Violin Concerto No 1 in A
GF Handel: The Choice of Hercules

Joanne Lunn (Soprano)
Anna Dennis (Soprano)
Patrick Terry (Counter-tenor)
Lawrence Kilsby (Tenor)
Hugo Hermann Wilson (Bass)
London Handel Orchestra
Pegasus Choir

Conductor: Adrian Butterfield

Central area ticket at £35-00 (reserved seat). Right Area (restricted view & unreserved seat) ticket at £20-00. Available through website.




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Chatterbooks Children’s Reading Group

Do you like reading and maing new friends? Come and join our friendly Chatterbooks Reading Group in Farnham Library for children aged 8 -11 years. It will be held once a month on Tuesdays from 4:45 – 5:30. If you are interested, please peak to a member of staff for more details.




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Silver Service

Silver Service is a non-denominational service held at The Spire, Farnham Methodist Church Building, South Street on the third Thursday of the month at 3pm.
Farnham ASSIST runs the service with help from their volunteer musicians, each month a different clergy member from a Farnham church gives a short sermon.

All over 60’s welcome to join us in a short service with well known traditional hymns.

Afterwards enjoy tea & cake provided by The Spire Church.




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




June 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.




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Late to the Party, a five piece cover band will be entertaining visitors with pop and rock. Brightwells Gostrey Centre will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




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).




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




The Paint Club painting classes

Toucans, moonlit forests and the occasional llama – we paint them all! The Paint Club run fun and totally casual painting classes at Bill’s every last Monday of the month. No experience or materials needed.




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Farnham Carnival

Farnham has held a Carnival for nearly 100 years and this year is no exception. The theme of the Carnival for 2019 is “Fly me to the Moon” to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of men landing on the Moon. Fun starts with the Fayre in Gostrey Meadow on Saturday 29th June 2019 at 2pm and continues until 9pm. While away the hours enjoying the fun fair, stalls, live bands, food and bar whilst waiting for the Parade to start at 6pm from Upper Hart Car Park and thread its way round Farnham’s town centre. Come line the pavements and cheer loudly as the floats go by. Over 50 entries representing local schools, charities, clubs and businesses took part in 2018. If you are a local organisation or business, you could boost your profile in the area by entering the Parade and you’ll be seen by the thousands of people that line the streets of Farnham on Carnival Day. Alternatively promote your business by reserving a pitch at the Fayre in Gostrey Meadow.

The Carnival is planned, organised and run entirely by volunteers from the local community, without whom the event could not take place.
Have you thought of assisting on the organising committee and contributing to the planning of the event which starts months in advance of the Carnival day? Or perhaps joining our friendly teams of like minded residents who work on the day to make Farnham Carnival the fantastic event it is for all the town’s inhabitants?

On the day our work is generally organised into two-hour shifts, however volunteers arrange to devote as much or as little time as they feel able. There are no particular requirements other than enthusiasm, but if you have some expertise or knowledge that you think would be helpful, please get in touch.
All offers of help are gratefully received and will be acknowledged. Please email us at contact@farnhamcarnival.org.uk or visit our website www.farnhamcarnival.org.uk




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Farnham Brass Band, a traditional brass band will be entertaining visitors with all the classics. The Hedgehogs will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Farnham Feast

Ever heard of Community Supported Agriculture? No? A table Outside think it’s the way forward in terms of putting food on our plates. That’s why they are celebrating this simple yet effective partnership between producer and consumer on 11th July 2019. Reservations now being taken for Farnham Feast, a celebration of Farnham Community Farm, a not-for-profit Community Supported Agriculture scheme.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between producer and consumer where the risks and rewards of farming are shared. Members of CSA schemes commit to buying a share of the harvest, which in turn means the scheme can commit to growing the crops. Members feel connected to where their food comes from, and they know they are supporting a small-scale local producer who farms with care for the environment.

Surrey chef and author of the ‘How To Cook Good Food’ blog Laura Scott will be creating a multi-plate menu and guests are invited to bring their own drinks to enjoy during the evening.




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Farnham ASSIST Central lunch

Are you retired and living on your own?
You would be very welcome at Farnham ASSIST’s Sunday Roast dinner. This is held once a month on the 2nd Sunday at 1pm for anyone living in Farnham.

The cost is £6 for a two course home-cooked meal and transport is available if needed.
Pre-booking is essential, please call 01252 717710 for more information or to book.




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Dance in the Meadows (The Maltings showcase), a celebration of dance, showcasing local dance schools, youth groups and school organised by the Dance Movement will be entertaining audiences. Friends of Guiding in Hale will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Chatterbooks Children’s Reading Group

Do you like reading and maing new friends? Come and join our friendly Chatterbooks Reading Group in Farnham Library for children aged 8 -11 years. It will be held once a month on Tuesdays from 4:45 – 5:30. If you are interested, please peak to a member of staff for more details.




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Silver Service

Silver Service is a non-denominational service held at The Spire, Farnham Methodist Church Building, South Street on the third Thursday of the month at 3pm.
Farnham ASSIST runs the service with help from their volunteer musicians, each month a different clergy member from a Farnham church gives a short sermon.

All over 60’s welcome to join us in a short service with well known traditional hymns.

Afterwards enjoy tea & cake provided by The Spire Church.




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Farnham ASSIST Saturday Roast lunch

Are you retired and living on your own?

You would be very welcome at Farnham ASSIST’s Saturday Roast dinner. This is held once a month on the 3rd Saturday at 12.30pm for anyone living in North Farnham (Hale, Badshot Lea, Heath End & Weybourne).

The cost is £5 for a two course home-cooked meal and transport is available if needed.
Pre-booking is essential, please call 01252 717710 for more information or to book.




Steps Under the Stars

This fabulous ladies only night walk makes a return for one year, and will see hundreds of our supporters uniting together to remember their loved ones by walking either a four or 10 mile route under a star-lit sky along the North Downs Way.

The walk will start at The University of Law in Guildford, with the four mile route finishing in Puttenham, and the 10 mile route finishing at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.

Date: Saturday 20th July
Time: 10pm start
Location: Starting at The University of Law, Portsmouth Road, Guildford
Price: £18pp until Friday 31st May (£22 thereafter)




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Framed, a 60’s cover band will be entertaining visitors with a mix of rock and pop. Hale Community Centre will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




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).




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




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




July 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.




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

The A Train, a female fronted melodic four piece band, will be entertaining visitors with music from 1930’s to present day. Farnham Assist will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




The Paint Club painting classes

Toucans, moonlit forests and the occasional llama – we paint them all! The Paint Club run fun and totally casual painting classes at Bill’s every last Monday of the month. No experience or materials needed.




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!




Business Networking

The Farnham Business Hub is an engaging and collaborative ‘real-world’ community and for business owners in the Farnham area. We meet every Friday in central Farnham to learn, share, network… and enjoy being amongst fellow entrepreneurs!




Classic Motor Show

Celebrating 40 years of Phyllis Tuckwell, with classic and vintage vehicles through the decades! They welcome all types of motors, bikes, cars – the more the merrier! Join them for a great day out, with music, food, stalls and much more in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care.

Entry: £5 per vehicle.

Download a registration form here




Music in the Meadow

Live Music

Enjoy live music in Farnham every Sunday this summer. Local bands and musicians will be performing in Gostrey Meadow supported by local charities selling delicious homemade treats.

Grandpa Spells Jazz Band, will be entertaining visitors with music and Motor Neurone Disease Association will be hosting the charity tea tent.

Jumbo garden games will keep the children entertained and picnic benches will be available for those who wish to spend the Sunday afternoon with a picnic lunch

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Principal Sponsor of Summer in Farnham




Weekly Line Dance and West Coast Swing Class

Farnham Weekly WCS & Line Dance Class with Top UK WCS Pro Catriona Wiles and  Top International Line Dance Pro Daniel Trepat

Farnham Memorial Hall
Babbs Mead
West Street
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7EE




Dementia Social Walks

An easy walk in a friendly group led by a trained Walking for Health Leader. This walk is every Wednesday and open to those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers.

Call to secure your free place on 01252 783426 or email hello@rightathomegf.co.uk

 

 




Full Circle Vocal Group

Come and join Full Circle Vocal Group. We have been singing in the Farnham Community for 10 years in 2019 and we’re getting better and better each year. With something different to look forward to each term, there are plenty of reasons to join us. We sing songs of all styles in 3 or 4 part harmony with no auditions and you don’t have to read music, although it is given out for each song. Full Circle get involved in a number of community activities, such as concerts, collaborations with local choirs, open mic nights, charity singing, singing for care homes, recording sessions and we always have a guest musician in at least once a year – a masterclass in everything from Gospel to Rock. One year we had Clare Wheeler from the Swingle Singers, another time we had Anu Omideyi, distinguished gospel singer.

We have a laugh each session and sing for fun and as part of the Farnham community, enjoying social evenings out as well as our usual singing sessions.

If there is one thing you can guarantee from coming to a Full Circle session is that you will smile at least once during the session.

We’re a friendly, non-judgemental group who love to meet new members and sing fantastic harmonies.

Hope to see you soon!