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October 2019

Monday

14th

Charity Fashion Show

7pm, the Bowls Club, Burton Latimer

Burton Latimer branch of the Royal British Legion, Women’s Section, will be holding a charity fashion show this evening. Tickets, priced at £5, are available by contacting Margaret  (01536 722332).

Tuesday

15th

Walking for Health

10am (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Tuesday

15th

Young at Heart

2pm, The Baptist Church Hall, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

‘Young at Heart’ will meet this afternoon.

Wednesday

16th

Scrabble club

10.30am – 12noon, Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

The Scrabble club meets every Wednesday at the library. All abilities are welcome. The £1 weekly subscription includes tea and biscuits.

Wednesday

16th

Whist on Wednesday

1.45pm, the Bowls Club, Burton Latimer

A friendly and social whist afternoon is held every Wednesday afternoon at the bowls club. Everyone is welcome – including beginners. Refreshments will be provided. For more information please call Gordon, on 01536 726955

Wednesday

16th

Walking for Health

2pm (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Thursday

17th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

19th

Men’s Breakfast

8am, the Assembly Room, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

The Baptist Church Men’s Breakfast will be served today, and the speaker this month will be Ted Scarfe from Kettering. All men are very welcome to come along and share in a good breakfast and a time of fellowship – but please contact Derek on 01536 722328 or Stephen on 01536 722172 by Thursday 17th to book your place.

Saturday

19th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

19th

Burton Latimer Heritage Society talk: “Osborne House, a House Through Time”

7.30pm, John Yeomans Hall, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

Linda Gregory will present the history of Osborne House and the people who lived there, including Dr. Kingsley and his family – plus the story of its renovation. Tickets (£4 for BLHS members, £5 non-members) are available from the Heritage Museum and from Linda Gregory at Osborne House, 27 High St (07944 083170).

Monday

21st

Ladies Night

7.45pm, the Fellowship Room, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

This evening’s speaker will be Derek Blunt, a local author and artist. For further information or help with transport please contact Pat (01536 722328).

Tuesday

22nd

Walking for Health

10am (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Wednesday

23rd

Scrabble club

10.30am – 12noon, Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

The Scrabble club meets every Wednesday at the library. All abilities are welcome. The £1 weekly subscription includes tea and biscuits.

Wednesday

23rd

Whist on Wednesday

1.45pm, the Bowls Club, Burton Latimer

A friendly and social whist afternoon is held every Wednesday afternoon at the bowls club. Everyone is welcome – including beginners. Refreshments will be provided. For more information please call Gordon, on 01536 726955

Wednesday

23rd

Walking for Health

2pm (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Thursday

24th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

26th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

26th

Not So Young Ones

6.30pm, the Assembly Room, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

The NSYOs will meet this evening, for an evening of board games. If you have any favourites at home, bring them along – and please remember to bring a contribution of finger food for a faith supper.  For further information please contact Lorraine (01536 722172) or Pauline (01536 723977).

Tuesday

29th

Walking for Health

10am (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Tuesday

29th

Women’s Fellowship

2.30pm, the Chapter House, St Mary’s Church, Burton Latimer

Women’s Fellowship will meet this afternoon for a quiz.

Wednesday

30th

Scrabble club

10.30am – 12noon, Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

The Scrabble club meets every Wednesday at the library. All abilities are welcome. The £1 weekly subscription includes tea and biscuits.

Wednesday

30th

Whist on Wednesday

1.45pm, the Bowls Club, Burton Latimer

A friendly and social whist afternoon is held every Wednesday afternoon at the bowls club. Everyone is welcome – including beginners. Refreshments will be provided. For more information please call Gordon, on 01536 726955

Wednesday

30th

Walking for Health

2pm (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Thursday

31st

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Thursday

31st

Halloween Party at The Olde Victoria

4pm – 9pm, The Olde Victoria, Bakehouse Lane, Burton Latimer

The Olde Victoria is holding its 4th annual Halloween Party this evening. There will be games, spooky music and face painting for kids – plus prizes for adult & children’s fancy dress. Entry is free, and there will be hot dogs on offer (£1) and a hog roast (£5).

November 2019

Saturday

2nd

Monthly Farmers Market

9am – 1pm, Millennium Garden, High Street, Burton Latimer

Stalls selling fruit and vegetables, local farm meat, free range eggs…and more. The Friends of St Mary’s Church will have a stall selling tea, coffee, hot chocolate and cakes – together with books and CDs. If you have unwanted books or CDs in saleable condition, you can donate them at the market.

Saturday

2nd

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Monday

4th

DIRECTIONS

7.30pm, the first Monday of each month

Directions is a mutual support group for people who have been bereaved or had a relationship break-up, and who want to chat freely about their loss.
For more information and venue details contact Maureen on 01536 723292

Tuesday

5th

Walking for Health

10am (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Tuesday

5th

Burton Latimer Town Council Meeting

7.00pm, Civic Centre, High Street, Burton Latimer

A public forum will take place at the beginning of the meeting to give members of the public and the press the opportunity to address the council on any matters they wish to raise.

Wednesday

6th

Scrabble club

10.30am – 12noon, Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

The Scrabble club meets every Wednesday at the library. All abilities are welcome. The £1 weekly subscription includes tea and biscuits.

Wednesday

6th

Whist on Wednesday

1.45pm, the Bowls Club, Burton Latimer

A friendly and social whist afternoon is held every Wednesday afternoon at the bowls club. Everyone is welcome – including beginners. Refreshments will be provided. For more information please call Gordon, on 01536 726955

Wednesday

6th

Walking for Health

2pm (depart), Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

Improve your health, feel better – and meet new people on one of our short walks! We meet every Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, and the walks take about 45-60 minutes on surrounding pathways. Refreshments will be available at the Library afterwards. For more information, please contact Service Co-ordinator Vicky Coates at Groundwork Northamptonshire on 01536 521555

Thursday

7th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

9th

Heritage Museum exhibition

10am – 1pm, the Heritage Museum, Civic Centre, Burton Latimer

The Heritage Museum’s latest exhibition is called ‘Burton in the 1930’s – the end of an era’, and the items on display show what Burton Latimer was like in the years leading up to the 2nd World War. The exhibition will be open from 10am to 1pm every Thursday and Saturday until Saturday 7th December. As usual, entrance is free.

Saturday

9th

Friends of Burton Latimer Library – coffee morning

10.30am – 12.30pm, Burton Latimer Library, High Street, Burton Latimer

The Friends of Burton Latimer Library will be holding their monthly coffee morning today

Advance notices

Osborne House Burton LatimerTIMER

Burton Latimer Heritage Society talk: “Osborne House, a House Through Time”

7.30pm
Saturday, 19th October
John Yeomans Hall, Meeting Lane, Burton Latimer

Linda Gregory will present the history of Osborne House and the people who lived there, including Dr. Kingsley and his family – plus the story of its renovation. Tickets (£4 for BLHS members, £5 non-members) are available from the Heritage Museum and from Linda Gregory at Osborne House, 27 High St (07944 083170).

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