Music and beer tent at Pitville School hosted by Bath Tavern.
More details to follow
A day of family fun kicks off at 12pm.
There will be a birds of prey show, bric-a-brac stalls and for the children – donkey rides and a bouncy castle. There will also be an extensive set of live music from 1pm into the evening. For those in need of some light refreshment the pub has a range of five real ales available and there will also be hot dogs and burgers on sale throughout the day. Come along and join in the fun and help raise funds for the local charity, Goals Beyond Grass.
On Sunday (27th August) the pub has craft stalls in the garden (from 1pm), their annual Dog Show from 4pm and live music (Sam Strachan) from 5.30pm. On Monday (28th August) the live music starts at 1pm with an extensive set of acts throughout the day – for the children there will be face painting from 2pm and the Music Man at 4pm. On both days the pub will have the pizza oven fired up (plus their normal food menu) and there will be a beer tent in the garden with around 10 guest ales in addition to the 4 available in the bar â beer list to follow. For details of the dog show, live music and event timings see their website at www.royalpub.co.uk or phone the pub on 01242 228937.
Come along and enjoy the fun and help to raise funds for the Sue Ryder Charity.
Come along from 12pm and enjoy the family fun for this circus themed event. For the children there will be a tea party (free), various shows (Clown, Punch & Judy and Magician), balloon modelling, bouncy castle, disco, games and competitions (with prizes). There will also be a BBQ and for the adults the pub will have three ales available. For details of the events and the timings see their website (facebook page) at www.londoninncharltonkings.co.uk or phone the pub on 01242 525606.
The Royal Oak has a lovely lady called Bernadette holding a quiz. She is doing this to fundraise on behalf of ‘Challenges Worldwide’.
Bernadette is participating in the International Citizen Service (ICS) which brings together young people from different countries to fight poverty. Each project is designed to fight poverty and make a lasting difference by working with local people to meet local needs. As part of the commitment, all volunteers are asked to fundraise before going overseas, in which the money raised will go towards supporting the work of Challenges Worldwide and other ICS partners.
Charity auction at The Aviator to raise funds for Southmead Hospital in Bristol
Charity event free entry but funds raised by raffle, Artists performing, Thrill Collins, Rook & the Ravens, Wowh, Coffee Breath, The Tribe, proceeds to ‘friends of Holly, reverse nett’.
The annual Cheltenham CAMRA Charity Singalong takes place at a new venue this year (and new entry into the 2019 GBG), the Whittle Taps.
Once again, Gren will be on the piano to lead us in seasonal (and not so seasonal) tunes.
We will be raising money for the Midlands Air Ambulance, so don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets. Any prizes you’d like to donate would be gratefully accepted.