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materials supplied by Curwens Writers’ Circle 30th Sunday in the Park
birthday celebration
Bring along your picnic and relax
The Banyers Marquee, Melbourn
Take part in a very short story
in the Autumn sunshine as you
Street, Royston • 10 am - 1 pm •
competition, run in conjunction
enjoy music from the Royston
50p (children FREE but under-12s
with the Royston Crow. Enjoy
Town Band and entertainment
must be accompanied by an
some birthday cake and drinks
from the Electralites majorette
while you pen your postcard story team
(postcards and pens provided). Priory Gardens, Royston • 2.30
Art at Burloes
Prize categories: up to 11 years, - around 4.30 pm • FREE
Part of Hertfordshire Open
12 - 18 years, and 18 years and
Grand Festival Concert
Studios - artists Mark Humphrey,
above. Winners’ stories will be
Royston Cave
published in the Crow and all
...or “Not the Last Night of the
Katharine Edwards, Jane Never visited the Royston Cave?
entries will be displayed in the
Proms”! A feast of rousing
Edwards, Christine Watson, Last chance this year to see this
Hall over the Festival weekend
musical entertainment featuring
Lucy Threlfall, Susan Sanders, unique cavern with possible con-
St John’s Ambulance Hall,
the Royston Town Band, Royston
M J Bouchier and Sheena nections to the Knights Templar
Newmarket Road, Royston • 11
Youth Choir and the students of
Middlemass invite you to enjoy Royston Cave, Melbourn Street,
am - 4 pm • FREE
Meridian School. Bring your flags
their work and visit them in their Royston • 2.30 - 5 pm • £3 (£2
for the finale!
studios at Burloes Farm concessions, children free) from
“Eat Yer Art Out”: art with
Royston Parish Church • 7.30
Burloes Farm Studios, 1 mile the Cave Shop 01763 246367
-9.30 pm • £5 from the Stationery
from the centre of Royston off the pasta and pizza
Cupboard 01763 249997 or take
B1039 Barkway/Barley Road • 10 A chance for pizza artists to make CADS presents “The
your chance on the door
am - 4 pm • FREE a creative topping for their own
Farndale Murder Mystery”
pizza, either to eat in or take away
Corvus Amateur Drama Society
and cook at home - or how about
Indie band night
(CADS) presents “The Farn-
making pasta shell bracelets?
dale Avenue Townswomen’s
Band night, featuring 3 local indie If you’re artistic enough, you’re
Guild Dramatic Society Murder
bands, including Toy Radio and old enough! Children must be
Mystery: Murder at Checkmate
The Huw Wilcox Band. Bands accompanied but artists of all
Manor”. The ladies of Farndale
will be playing from 9 pm until ages welcome
Avenue (and their reluctant stage
midnight, with bar open until 1 am Palazzo, Kneesworth Street,
manager) take to the stage once
Free entry all night Royston • 12 noon - 4 pm
more for a riotously funny evening
The Green Man, Market Hill, • FREE(children must be
of mystery, suspense, recipes,
Royston • 8 pm - 1 am • FREE accompanied by an adult)
competitions and useful house-
Priory Quilters exhibition
hold tips!
Art and craft exhibition
Greneway School, Garden
Exhibition of local quilts and the
An exhibition of arts and crafts
Walk, Royston • 5 pm • £7 (£5
opportunity to see members open to all comers. Church
concessions) from CADS Box
working on a variety of projects members, the Hinxworth Arts
Office 01763 242906 or on the door
A four day Arts Festival
Town Hall (upstairs), Melbourn Society and pupils from Royston’s
The Art of Flowers
Street, Royston • 10 am - 5 pm • middle and upper schools are
celebrating Royston’s finest artists,
Visit the church during the
FREE among those exhibiting their work.
Songs of Praise: the
Festival weekend, to enjoy, draw,
Refreshments available all day
combined choirs of
authors, musicians and thespians.
paint and photograph flower Royston Arts Society
Methodist Church, Queens Road, Royston
arrangements organised and
Annual Exhibition
Royston • 12 noon - 5 pm • FREE Everyone is welcome to come and
You’ll find something for all the family.
prepared by the parish church
Over 350 exhibits in all media,
sing and to listen to the combined
flower arrangers
including pictures for sale.
Museum afternoon
choirs of Royston. The music
Royston Parish Church • all day
Local artist Rachel Haynes, who opening
will include hymns chosen by a
recently had two pastel paintings
The Museum is opening today
variety of Royston personalities
accepted by the prestigious
especially for the Arts Festival;
Royston Parish Church • 7 pm •
Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th September 2009
Studio: Paul Bainbridge Mall Gallery, has kindly agreed funding for this has been
Former Hertfordshire art teacher to spend the whole day at the generously provided by Penn
Paul Bainbridge will be occupying exhibition offering pastel portraits
Sassoli solicitors
Acoustic band night
the former cycle shop for the at the very generous price of £15
Royston Museum, Kneesworth This is an acoustic night, featuring
four days of the festival and for each. In addition, the work of Dan
Street, Royston • 2 - 5 pm • FREE live music from local singer/
a further two weeks afterwards, Walmsley will be featured, and
songwriters, with bar open until
exhibiting sculpture and drawings there will be a chance to vote in Paired Vision: Take Two
midnight. Free entry all night
• Gala Opening Cabaret • Dance Workshops • Drama Workshop led by Robin
reflecting the expertise required the Johnson Matthey Best Picture Following their successful
The Green Man, Market Hill,
to have been a freelance portrait Awards. Refreshments available exhibition “Paired Vision” in 2008,
Royston • 8 - 11 pm • FREE
Belfield • The Farndale Murder Mystery • Art Exhibitions • Children’s Art Workshops
sculptor for Madame Tussaud’s Town Hall (Heritage Room), talented Royston photographers
for twelve years Melbourn Street, Royston • 10 am Sue and Terry Hartga invite you to Royston’s Twilight Zone
• Busking in the Town Centre • Grand Festival Concert • Eat Yer Art Out • Indie
16 High Street, Royston • 9 am - 5 - 5 pm • FREE (programmes £1) “Take Two” Royston has lots of stories to
Band Night • Royston’s Twilight Zone • Drawing out the Reverend Banyer • Songs of
pm • FREE Royston Museum, Kneesworth tell - some funny, some sad and
Studio: Liz Beardwell
Street, Royston • 2 - 5 pm • FREE some downright spooky! Just turn
Praise ... and much, much more...
“Drawing Out the Local artist Liz Beardwell invites
up to join this 45-minute night-
Reverend Banyer”:
you to visit her in her studio
Town Trail with F John time walk around the centre of
drawing for all with Susan
81 Green Drift, Royston • 10.30 Smith
the town to discover Royston’s
am - 5 pm • FREE
Royston’s history is brought to life
hidden past (meet in the car park
With thanks to our sponsors
on this one-and-a-half-mile walk at the bottom of Market Hill and
Draw your interpretation of the
around the town in the company
Fish Hill). If your nerves need
Reverend Banyer - a portrait
Studio: Beth Hardwicke
of eminent local historian F John
Brian Leslie
calming afterwards, we shall be
of the man himself, sitting in a
Local artist Beth Hardwicke
Smith. Booking is essential and
adjourning to a local hostelry...
Racher Trust
horse-drawn carriage, perhaps, or
invites you to visit her in her studio
numbers are restricted to 15, so
walking to church. You can draw
32 Sun Hill, Royston • 10.30 am book your place early!
Royston Town Centre • 8.30 pm
for five minutes or for three hours.
- 5 pm • FREE
Royston Parish Church • 2.30-
4 pm • £2 from Kathy Wholley
Susan will be on hand to help you;
01763 223805
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