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By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: February 21, 2014

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 Watercolour tutor Martin Sloman welcomes new members of all abilities to classes at Boylestone village Hall on Wednesday evenings from 6.45pm to 8.45pm. £10 per session, including light refreshments. For more information email martinsloman@hotmail.co.uk or Tel 01773550365.

 Indoor bowls is played every week from 2pm to 4pm at Hulland Ward and District Millenium Village Hall.

 Prize bingo takes place weekly at Swinscoe Village Hall from 8pm until 10pm.

 Ashbourne Town Band rehearse at St John’s Church from 8pm until 9.30pm.

 Ashbourne T’ai Chi group meets at Ashbourne Leisure Centre each Wednesday for disabled adults and over 50s at 10.30am until 12.30pm. To find out more call 01335 300613.

 Money bingo takes place weekly at the Ex Servicemen’s Club in the Market Place from 7pm and all are welcome to attend.

 Ashbourne and District Camera Club meets each Wednesday at All Saints Community Hall in Belle Vue Road between 8pm and 10pm. This week the club will meet for its second open competition of the year which will be judged on the evening. Visitors are welcome and the first visit is free.


 A Farmers’ Market is held at Ashbourne Town Hall every fourth Thursday of the month from 10am until 3pm, offering a range of fresh local produce.

 A quiz night takes place tonight and each Thursday at The Horns in Victoria Square from 8pm.

 Edward Bear Praise and Play sessions take place each Thursday from 9.30am until 11.30am in St Oswald’s Church Hall. To find out more call 01335 664132.

 Bowls takes place weekly at Hognaston Village Hall from 7pm.

 Bingo takes place weekly at Hulland Ward Millennium Village Hall from 7.45pm, eyes down is at 8pm.

 Otago strength and balance classes for older adults takes place at Ashbourne School of Dance, from 10.30am until 11.30am. The cost is £4 including tea and coffee.


 Live music from Airborne will be on at The George and Dragon in the Market Place, from 9pm.

 St Oswald’s School Tots Group meets each Friday in term time from 9am until 11am.

 St Oswald’s Church Choir rehearses weekly at the church from 7pm.

 Ellastone Tots meets for two hours of play, stories and songs every Friday at Ellastone Village Hall from 9.30am until 11.30am. The cost is £2 per child and to find out more call 07971 132593.

 Ashbourne Town Band learners practice at Bankcroft in Cokayne Avenue from 7pm during term time.

 Ashbourne Toy Library, run by the Derbyshire Children’s Centre, can be found at Ashbourne Library, in Compton, from 12.30pm to 4.30pm on Fridays.


 Derbyshire Dales Woodcraft Club meets every first Saturday of the month in Wyaston Village Hall from 10am until 2pm. This week the club welcomes registered professional turner Richard Findley from The Turner’s Workshop. To find out more call 01335 344933.

 The Empire Ballroom in King Edward Street hosts sequence and social dancing each week from 8pm until 11pm.


 Ashbourne Town Band rehearse in St John’s Church Hall from 7pm until 8.30pm.

 A stall offering a range of Traidcraft products will be set up at St Oswald’s Church Hall each week.


 The Ivan Ball Band are performing an evening of jazz standards at the Mackworth Hotel tonight from 8pm. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

 St Oswald’s Church Junior Choir meets for a practice every Monday from 6.30pm.

 A tiny tots dance class for 18 month to three-year-old children takes place today at Ashbourne School of dance, from 9.30am until 10.15am. The cost is £2.50 per child per class.


 Ellastone Painting Group meets on Tuesdays from 1.30pm until 4pm in Ellastone Parish Hall. To find out more call 01335 324599.

 Cafe Connect, which offers support and advice for people who have been bereaved, is held weekly at The Cornerstone coffee shop from 2pm to 4pm.

 Young Ashbourne Singers rehearse weekly from 6pm in the Methodist Church.

 Beginner’s line dancing is on offer at the Town Hall on Tuesday evenings. The sessions take place from 7.15pm until 8.15pm and admission is £3.50.

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