Diary & Events
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Please note that not all clubs, organisations or their activities are listed here - for more in-depth detail please click on "Community & Clubs" (left), then make your selection.
Black box collection on alternate Mondays. Click here for the website giving details of collections.
Garden waste collections - if you have opted in to the chargeable garden waste collections these are collected on alternate Mondays. For further information see www.wiltshire.gov.uk/rubbish-collection-days.
Autumn Club, 2pm - 4pm on alternate Mondays (for dates, etc, please look at Autumn Club's page).
Bell-ringing, 7pm to 8pm in St Michael & All Angels Church. No strength needed, expert and safe tuition given, all free. Teenagers to pensioners – all ages welcome! Please call Diane for more details – 07768 053116.
Book Club, monthly at 11am in Folly Row Café - all welcome. Details from (01249) 750887.
Mobile library every 4 weeks (fortnightly at the school). This vehicle has full disabled access. It arrives at the Old Post Office, Stubbs Lane (near the telephone box) at 10.10am until 10.30am every four weeks. It also visits the school every fortnight on a Tuesday from 9.15am to 10am, where it is open to the general public (and schoolchildren during term time). For full details and dates and for other library services click here. For dates of visits and more information, click on mobile library.
Pilates on Tuesday evenings (apart from WI night - see "Dates For Your Diary"). Beginners at 6pm to 7pm and Improvers at 7.15pm to 8.15pm. Contact email@example.com
Salsa classes, from 8.30pm in the village hall (please check dates below as Salsa doesn't run in the village hall when there's a parish council meeting). Beginners welcome. Run on a drop in and dance, pay-as-you-go basis by our instructor, Anthony. Bring your own refreshments and no stilettos please. Details from Linda Durno on (01249) 750514. Please note that there will be no Salsa until the end of May 2019, due to work commitments.
Refuse collection on alternate Fridays. Bank holiday collections link.
Blue lidded plastic & cardboard wheelie bin collection on different alternate Fridays to the refuse and garden collections.
Women Out Walking
WOW meets each month, 10am at the end of The Close, for a gentle walk and friendly chat. Details from Delcia Fussell on (01249) 750529. Walk dates below - please note that WOW walks are dog-free.
Fish & chips and curry night at Kington St Michael Club, from 5pm to 7.45pm - to eat in or take away. The Club now offers GLUTEN FREE fish and chips, on request. Please telephone in advance on Friday evenings from 5pm, on (01249) 750336.
Every Friday evening in the village hall; to book a place please contact Julie on (01249) 650062.
Monday 15th April:
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall, with the Wiltshire Bee Trust on how to be bee friendly.
Thursday 18th April:
Parish Council meeting, 7.45pm in the village hall; all welcome. AGENDA.
Saturday 20th April:
Easter Bingo and draw, 8.30pm in Kington Club. Go along for a fun evening.
2. Bingo, eyes down at 7.30pm in Kington Club.
Sunday 21st April:
1. Easter Egg Hunt, organised by Kington Club, 11am to 1pm on the QE2 Field; collect tokens hidden around the field, then take them down to the Club
(accompanied by parents) by 1pm to exchange for Easter eggs.
Monday 29th April:
Autumn Club, meeting at 2pm in the village hall for the AGM.
Friday 3rd May:
WI Walk, leaving The Ridings at 10am; details from Jenny Hayne.
Friday 10th May:
Women Out Walking, (please note change of date) meeting at the end of The Close at 10am, to be led by Jenny Hayne. Details from Delcia Fussell on (01249) 750529; sorry, no dogs.
Saturday 11th May:Tuesday 14th May:
Caribbean Night in Kington Club - a Caribbean themed
evening with Jerk Chicken etc. Details to follow.
Monday 13th May:
Autumn Club, meeting at 2pm in the village hall. 'Wiltshire through the eyes of a Moonraker' - a talk by Mr Michael Gamble.
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, for Resolutions. The competition is "Guess the Youngster".
Wednesday 15th May:
Newsletter deadline; submit copy by 10am to the editor, Andrew Noblet, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday 16th May:
Parish Council meeting, to include the AGM, 7.45pm in the village hall; all welcome.
Saturday 18th May:
Neighbourhood Plan Open Day, noon to 4pm in Kington Club. To discuss the result of the housing needs survey and any
other potential development in the parish. If there is any further
housing or any other development it is important for parishioners to have a say in
where and how it is done. All welcome.
Monday 20th May:
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall, for calligraphy.
Tuesday 28th May:
Film Night, film to be confirmed. Doors open 7pm, show starts 7.30pm, with the main film (on a large screen) starting at 8pm. Tickets £7 on the door or from Kington St Michael Village Shop. Refreshments available; details from Kay Sambell on (01249) 750205.
Friday 7th June:
Women Out Walking, meeting at the end of The Close at 10am. Details from Delcia Fussell on (01249) 750529; sorry,
Tuesday 11th June:Saturday 29th June:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, for Indian
block printing with Clare Walsh. The
competition is for a flower arrangement in jewel colours.
Monday 17th June:
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall, for croquet.
KSM Party in the Park, to be held on the QE2 Field. To be confirmed- details to follow. Saturday 6th July:
School Fête, from 11.30am. There will be a wide range of stalls, bar and BBQ and the opportunity to win some great prizes in our raffle.
Tuesday 9th July:
Monday 15th July:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall - Warfare
to Welfare with Mandie Cran. The
competition is for 50 words on “My inspirational woman” and why.
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall, for the summer party.
Saturday 3rd August:
Saturday 17th August
Flower and produce show in the village hall – details to follow.
Fun Family Day, 1pm - 5pm on the QE2 Field. Licensed bar, barbecue, soft ball, tug-of-war, bouncy castle, tombola, egg & spoon race, sack race, welly wanging and more. Prizes! Run by Kington Club.
Tuesday 10th September:
Monday 16th September:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, featuring Foraging
for Food with Charlotte Pepscu. The
competition is for a recipe using foraged food.
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall; learn to make your own wax covers.
Tuesday 8th October:
Monday 21st October:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, with music
with The Village Choir. The competition
is for a limerick starting “She wanted to sing in the choir…”.
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall; with a talk (to be confirmed).
Saturday 26th October
:1. Halloween Party & Karaoke in Kington Club. Fancy dress Halloween Party, 6pm in the Clubhouse Lounge, £1 entry. fancy dress Halloween party, featuring wonderful magician and children's entertainer, Dave Hickory. Dave will bring along his disco and do balloon modelling. Hotdogs wll be served. Followed by... 2. Karaoke, 8.30pm in Bar 12 at Kington Club. Go along for a fun evening's karaoke with DJ Dave.
Tuesday 13th November:
Monday 18th November:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall. Susan Rivett will give a talk on the
Casualties Union. The competition will
be announced on the night.
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall; for a Christmas making evening.
Saturday 7th December:
Christmas Meal in Kington Club - details to follow.
Monday 9th December:
All Angels WI, 8pm in the village hall; making a Christmas table decoration.
Tuesday 10th December:
Friday 20th December:Children’s’ Christmas Disco, 6pm - 9pm in Kington Club. Fun children’s disco for kids up to age 14.
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, for an evening cake
decorating. The competition is for the
best decorated cake on the night.
Saturday 21st December:
Christmas Bingo & Draw, 8.30pm in Kington Club.
Tuesday 14th January 2020:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, with a talk from Burnard Purrier from the Whale & Dolphin
Conservation. The competition is for any
representation of marine life (photo, model, etc).
Tuesday 11th February:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, with a talk on
The History of Lydiard Park. The
competition is for 50 words on your favourite park/garden and why.
Tuesday 10th March:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall, for the Annual
meeting, with the election of President and committee, plus the presentation of
the annual report and financial statement.
The competition is for a piece of vintage clothing or accessory.
Tuesday 14th April:
WI, 7.30pm in the village hall. Cheryl Corcoran will talk about her
life as a tour guide. The competition is
for your most unusual holiday souvenir.
Click on "Community & Clubs" to see what the village organisations are up to!