Bayard Dairy will again be open on Open Farm Sunday. 11am to 4pm.
The exhibition is part of Open For Art, the visual arts Open Studio event across South Dorset from 18th May to 2nd June.
During their annual exhibition, the Upwey Potters are demonstrating their skills and will talk to anyone about their processes. There are various workshop sessions during the show.
Over the first weekend 18th/19th May there are free half hour have a go throwing sessions, promoted as part of the national Hey Clay event. Spaces are limited and must be pre-booked using the Eventbrite system on the potters’ Hey Clay page.
The throwing sessions will be two and a half hours long starting at 10am and 2pm, with limited numbers. This webpage gives details of the event, with a link to the special events and workshop page, which has an email link for booking workshops.
The Upwey Wishing Well (accessible from the Wishing Well Tea Rooms) is again being dressed by Maggie Cook and her team. It will be in place from the early May bank holiday for a couple of months.
The Upwey Society’s wine challenge returned at 7:30pm on 6 April in the Old School Hall, wine and supper included.
A great evening. And someone must have won!
Thanks to all the organisers.
This popular local band are known for the variety of material they perform. Ken, Angela, Lucy and Simon will take you on a musical journey, inspired by folk and country, blues and jazz.
Tickets £10 in advance ONLY
Box Office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01305 837299
Carols by Candlelight will be on 20 December at St Laurence Church, Upwey at 6pm.
The Christmas Supper is in the Old School Hall. For tickets call 01305 812723.
The Autumn Fair is in the Old School, Hall, Church St, from 11 am.