Category Archive: Featured

Mar 31

Murder On The Orient Express – 10 April

What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into one of the most stylish, suspenseful and thrilling mysteries ever told. From the novel by best-selling author Agatha Christie and a remake of the original film, “Murder on the Orient Express” tells the tale of thirteen strangers stranded on a train, where …

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Mar 31

Thai Night – 27 April

Thai Night Friday 27th April 7.30pm in the Village hall Choose from Chicken Green Curry, Chicken with Ginger & Spring Onion or Mixed Vegetables with Lime & Chilli Dressing Served with egg fried rice and prawn crackers All for £8.00 Please sign up and make your choice on the list by the bar

Mar 31

Grand National – 14 April

Live screening and a sweepstake!

Mar 31

Posh Bric a Brac Sale – 12 May 11:00-1:00pm

Mar 31

Quiz night – 13 April 8:00pm

Quiz Night Friday 13th April 8pm £3 Teams and individuals welcome Ashford Carbonell Village Hall – Bar open from 7:30

Mar 31

Calling all bakers

Ladies (and gentlemen too) we need volunteers to bake cakes, scones, tray bakes and biscuits to serve to the visitors to the Ashford Carbonel Gardens Open to be held on Sunday June 24th. We will also need volunteers to help to serve the teas on a rota basis between 1pm and 6pm. If you think …

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Mar 31

Open Gardens – 24 June

Ashford Carbonell Open Gardens and Summer Teas Sunday 24 June 1:00-6:00pm In aid of St Mary Magdalene CHurch and the Village Hall To date we have 13 gardens offering to open for our village. You still have plenty of time to open your garden if you could. All gardens most welcome. We will be holding …

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Mar 31

Mobile Library

The times and dates for the mobile library will be changing after Easter. Please note: Starting on Tuesday April 10th every fortnight. (black bin week) Donkey Lane: 9.15-9.35 Huntington Green: 9.40-9.55 Bishop Hooper 10.05-10.15

Mar 31

Finds from the fields – Wed 25 April @ 7:30pm

Finds from the fields – the work of the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme A Talk by Peter Reavill Peter works for the Portable Antiquities Scheme and is the Finds Liaison Officer for Herefordshire and Shropshire based in the Museum Resource Centre in Ludlow Wednesday April 25th 7.30pm Ashford Carbonel Village Hall Bring along any …

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Jan 30

Hope House Children’s Hospices

Saturday 24th March, ‘An Evening with Gerry Acton, from Painting to Printing and Back Again’ in Ashford Carbonel Village Hall, including a Ploughman’s Supper. Local ‘boy’ Gerry Acton is going to explain how, at the age of 23 he gave up art to go into print sales as an illustrator at the company that had …

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