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By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: February 20, 2013

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Ashbourne Camera Club meet for a members night with Bill Nocholson at All Saints Community Hall from 8pm.

Indoor bowls is played every Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm at Hulland Ward and District Millennium Hall.

Life drawing sessions are at St john’s Church each week from 10am until 12.30pm. Admission is £10 including refreshments.

Prize bingo is weekly at Swinscoe village hall from 8pm until 10pm and everyone is welcome.

A watercolour class with Martin Sloman is at Boylestone Village Hall from 6.45pm to 8.45pm. Admission is £8 including refreshments.

Alstonefield parent and toddler group is at the village hall from 9.30am until 11.30am each week.

Hulland Hippos baby and toddler group is at Hulland Millennium Hall from 10am until 11.30am. Family admission £2.

Ashbourne Tai Chi group meet at Ashbourne Meisure centre each week at 10.30am for the over-50s and disabled adults.

Ashbourne Town Band practise at St John’s Church Hall from 8pm.


A weekly story session for pre-school children begins at 10am at Ashbourne Library.

Edward Bear’s praise and play for babies, toddlers and parents is at St Oswald’s church from 10am weekly.

Two sessions of Little Hands music and messy play are at 10am and 11am at Mayfield Recreation Association Pavilion each week.

Bingo is weekly at Hulland Ward and District Millennium Village Hall from 7.45pm, eyes down at 8pm. Parking and refrehsments are free and pay for what you play.

Bowls is weekly at Hognaston Village Hall from 7pm.

Chameleon mixed voice choir meet at Royal Oak, Hanging Bridge from 7.30pm weekly.

Modern Buddhism meditation classes are at All Saints Community Hall from 7.30pm until 9pm. Admission £5.


Live music from Airborne is at The George and Dragon, Market Place, Ashbourne from 9pm tonight.

Ellastone Tots is at 9.30am each week at Ellastone Village Hall, admission £2 per child.

Ashbourne Town Band learning at Bankcroft at 7pm.


Uttoxeter car boot is weekly at Uttoxeter Racecourse from 9am until 2pm. Pitch fee £5.

A Chinese Auction is at Mary Clowes Hall, Norbury, from 7.30pm. Admission is free and proceeds are for the Village Hall Improvement Fund.

Social dances are at the Empire Club each week from 8pm until 11pm.

Youlgreave Village Market is in the village hall from 10am. Admission free.

Turnditch and Windley WI are hosting a fund-raising jumble sale at Compton Inglefield Hall at 9am.

Denstone Factor is at JCB Lakeside Club at 7pm.


A stall offering a range of traidcraft products is weekly at St Oswald’s Church Hall.

A car boot is weekly at The Ostrich Inn, Longford, from 8am until noon.

A vintage and flea market returns to Ashbourne Town Hall from 10am until 3pm. Admission free.

Lil Jim performs roots, blues and zydeco, at the Dog and Partridge in Marchington as part of the Sunday Club.

Ashbourne Town Band practise at St John’s Church Hall from 7pm.


St Oswald’s Church choir junior section practise weekly at the church from 6.30pm.

A Music Munchkin class with Sue Pedley offering music, puppets and games is at 10.15am weekly at Ashbourne Adult Education Centre.

Praise and play is at Ashbourne Methodist Church’s Century Hall each week for pre-school youngsters and parents from 2pm to 3.15pm with Bible stories, songs and crafts.


Cafe Connect, offering support and advice for people who have been bereaved, is held weekly at The Cornerstone in Church Street, Ashbourne from 2pm to 4pm.

Ashbourne Business Link drop-in sessions are weekly at Ashbourne Library.

Young Ashbourne Singers rehearse weekly from 6pm until 7pm at Ashbourne Methodist Church. Anyone over the age of eight is invited to attend.

A mum and toddler group is at FitzHerbert Primary School, Fenny Bentley, from 1.30pm until 3.15pm.

Little Hands music and messy play is at Mayfield Recreation Association pavilion from 10am until 11am.

Ashbourne’s sub-branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is at 8pm to discuss the local pub trade and arrange activities in the area. This month’s meeting is at The Cock Inn, Clifton.

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