Scroll down for information on specific events nearby that people have sent us and further down the page are links to local organisations, magazines and venues to go to their event listings.


If you are a Kingsland crafter and would be interested in taking a stall for 2020 please contact Phil on 01544 388097 or email eardislandcfair@btinternet.com


On Tuesday afternoon October 8th 2019 from 2pm until 4pm the Knighton and District Rotary Club will hold the fourth of their monthly tea dances at the St Edward Church Hall in Knighton LD7 1AG. The dance instructors Frank and Pauline Davis will provide the music and tuition, while Rotary member Angie Ellis will provide the delicious sandwiches and tasty bite sized cakes. Entry is free and all are welcome, with or without a partner. And you are warmly welcome to come along just to enjoy the company and refreshments without obligation to trip the light fantastic. This event is sponsored by Julia Roberts of the Tower House Gallery and KINDA (Knighton Initiative for Dementia Action) Contact Chris Price 01544 267898 for more details. Look forward to seeing you on October 8th!



Thursday October 17th 2019 Wigmore and District Gardening Club Speaker

Tonight we will welcome Dr Wilson Wall who will talk to us about ‘Growing Orchids in Your Garden’. Dr Wall is the Technical Director of Bewdley Orchids.  It is a company that is determined to help our dwindling populations of native orchids. By selling orchids, all of which have been grown from seed, the company hopes that new populations will be encouraged to grow and prosper. Their aim is simple – to make the world a better place to be. This will be a very interesting talk by an excellent speaker. Venue: Wigmore Village Hall, HR6 9UW Cost: £2 for non-members, including refreshments, with membership being £5 per annum.   Everyone is warmly welcome for a 7.30pm start. More details available from Cathy Jones (07813) 733240 or wigmoregarden@outlook.com



Full 2019 programme


Choir Plea:

Calling all pianists.

The St Michael’s Hospice Community Choir is looking for a talented volunteer pianist.

The successful person will be available for rehearsals at the Hospice between 5-6pm on Tuesday’s leading up to performances.

The role could suit a retired teacher or a promising student.

The Choir has performed at several Hospice events this year including the Flower Festival at Lyde Arundel, and Midsummer Lights.

If you’re interested, or for more information, call Denise Bishop on 01432 852 656.

Postcards From Life:

This Autumn, 200 miniature masterpieces created by some of the finest artists in our region will go under the hammer.

Postcards from Life returns from a year’s break with the widest range of art St Michael’s Hospice has ever had.

Thanks to our friends at Brightwells you will be able to browse and bid for each item online for a fortnight from Monday 28th October.

Then, for the final three days of the auction from 8th November, everyone’s invited to the Bishop’s Palace in the centre of Hereford to view the art in person.

All the artists are producing the work for Postcards from Life free of charge, with many submitting multiple items.


Each Friday, St Michael’s Hospice gives away £1,000, plus a stash of other cash prizes, in its Lottery draw.
This summer, the 1,000th weekly draw was held, meaning that since the Lottery began almost 20 years ago, countless Hospice supporters in our community have received a share of £1.5million in prize money, while at the same time helping fund the vital care provided by St Michael’s to those in Herefordshire and beyond.
To find out how you can be in the hat for our weekly Lottery draws, visit www.st-michaels-hospice.org.uk/get-involved/lottery



Herefordshire WildlifeTrust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the area, dedicated to inspiring people about wildlife, acting as a wildlife champion, creating wildlife havens and encouraging sustainable living.

The Trust covers the county of Herefordshire and works closely with neighbouring Wildlife Trusts in England and Wales. The Trust is supported by over 3000 local members and manages 54 nature reserves.

Their website is here and they have lots of events every month.


Films are shown at Aymestrey Parish Hall on the first Sunday of every month.  

Doors open at 6.45pm.  Entry is £5 per person. Home-made ice-cream and popcorn will be on sale before the screening.

You are welcome to bring other refreshments if you wish.  Most of the seating is “cabaret-style”, around small tables.

If you are interested in receiving regular information about screenings please send an email to filmclub@aymestrey.org and we will put you on the (electronic) mailing list.


Broad Sheep logoAn excellent magazine for what’s on, from music to courses all over Herefordshire, Shropshire and The Marches. See here.



Other stuff arts-alive logoBring live events (and Flicks in the Sticks below) to venues all over Herefordshire and Shropshire. For details of their events see their website here.



other stuff flicks in the sticksFlicks In The Sticks in YarpoleFlicks in the Sticks in Dilwyn:  Flicks in the Sticks in Eyelistings for the Playhouse Cinema at the Community Centre in Leominster


MORTIMER PARK (Luctonians)

other stuff mortimer parkClick here for what’s on and information



Other stuff CourtyardIn Hereford for plays, comedy, films etc, or just a cup of coffee.

Details of what’s on are here.



Runs a series of events/discussions and similar. This year’s programme is here


There’s lots going on in Ludlow and you can see everything via this website.

Other useful stuff Ludlow Assembly Rooms Logo lar-logo-final-colourThere is also Ludlow Assembly Rooms who have loads of films and live events and you can see what’s on here.



other stuff wherecanwegoad283x58This is a good website for events. This link takes you to events near Kingsland though you can look for events anywhere in the UK!