Events

Tenebrae Choir

Newbury Spring Festival features 50 concerts and education events including City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, John Wilson, Alice Coote, Moscos State Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Grosvenor, Anoushka Shankar, Clare Teal, NYJO, Christopher Maltman, Vienna Piano Trio, Pinchas Zukerman & Tenebrae. Newbury Spring Festival is one of the most popular and successful music festivals in the South
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A logo for CultureFest

CultureFest 2015 – 25th July at Newbury Racecourse from 12-5pm A spectacular event presented by All2gether, with the support of Greenham Common Trust, Englefield Charitable Trust, our media and marketing partners Kennet Radio, Keeps Printing and Buzz Magazine. This is a free entry event open to all, showcasing culture, heritage, diversity and community achievement and
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Newbury Carnival is just under a month away on Sunday 5th July and is the single largest community participation event held regularly in the town. The Carnival Parade, which starts at 2.00pm in Pound Street before travelling along Bartholomew Street, Northbrook Street, The Broadway and finishing in Park Way next to Victoria Park, has some
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Newbury Carnival - Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club

Newbury Carnival 2015 now has thirty six exciting entries from local clubs, groups, charities, businesses and schools to join Newbury Carnival Parade. Book your place now to join the fun! The Parade will leave Pound Street at 2pm and will wind through Bartholomew Street and Northbrook Street to the Clock Tower, ending at Park Way.
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Picture of Speen Moor

Up until Saturday, when I spotted a post on the Visit Newbury Facebook page, I had not heard of Geocaching. And after watching the video thought it was more of an American fad than something that was established in the UK. Determined to find out more I set about checking the website www.geocaching.com for details
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Halloween in Pubs Friday

Personally I’ve always quite enjoyed Halloween with the dressing up, general tomfoolery and find it a shame when it passes without any make-up being applied. Halloween, to me anyway, is the first celebration that signals Autumn is truly here, the nights are drawing in and Christmas is just around the corner. Even though you would
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