Special Events

A Newton Toney Rural Arts Event - The FB Pocket Orchestra

 www. pocketorchestra.co.uk

Saturday 26th October

Blues, Ragtime, Hot Jazz, Song and Daces from long ago...

Working backwards from the 1930’s, the FB Pocket Orchestra explores repertoire that formed the embryo of what is now known as popular music. With banjo, cornet, accordion, tuba and clarinet the aims of the orchestra are to present a contemporary slant on popular acoustic music from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.

Doors/Bar open at 6.30pm, performance at 7pm Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)

Box Office: Jenny MacLaughlin 07474 642 797

Cheques made payable to : Newton Tony Memorial Hall
please send cheques to: October House, Newton Tony, SP4 0HF 


WINTER TALK SERIES  2019 – 2020 


A Dog is for life, not just for Christmas

Presented by Lucy Hooper

Thursday 10th October

Doors open 7.00pm for 7.30pm start
Entry fee £3.00 per person (includes light refreshments)

Lucy has worked for the Dogs Trust for 6 years. Her role is Supporter Relations Officer. Part of this role is to give talks and centre tours to adult community groups to spread the word about the work performed within the Dogs Trust. 

Lucy also organises the annual Fun Day and Christmas Fair and has three dogs of her own a Staffie, a Jack Russell and a Cocker Spaniel.

Lucy will present a fun and informative presentation all about her work with homeless dogs within the Dogs Trust and how they go about keeping the dogs happy and healthy during their stay at the Dogs Trust in Newton Tony. 


More information to follow on our other talks this coming season:

14th November :            Wilbury Park      -       Rory Guinness & Noel Cardew     

12th December :                   Genealogy        -         Derek Buckle & Trevor Pettitt

9th January :         Antiques and Auctioneering in London    -    William Rouse

 13th February :      Beirut 1982 – Peacekeeping with a Ferret     -    David Eadie

12th March :                           Celia Fiennes                 -                     Tony Lyons