Wednesday 20th

Details of events will appear as they are booked.

BASIC JEWELLERY MAKING WORKSHOP with Val Padbury
at Made ….. 9 Market Square
Time – 10.30am & 3.30pm
By the end of the session you will have made a ‘floating’ necklace and learn how to crimp, along with making 2 pairs of earrings for you to take with you. Maximum of 3 people per session. To book a place phone 01588 638196
Admission £15

WILLOW WEAVING WORKSHOP  with Sophie Francis  
at The Methodist Hall
Time – 11am – 1pm
Willow Fat Ball feeders for your garden birds look attractive and are also really useful to encourage small birds to feed in the garden.  This willow weaving project is suitable for beginners or those with some willow experience.  It is a good introduction to basket-making as you practice some of weaves used in more advanced projects.
Numbers are limited to 8 adults, please book via suewillmer@mac.com
Admission £8 (to cover costs)

CARD WEAVING WORKSHOP  with Jane Allard  
at (venue TBC)
Time – 2pm – 4pm
Details to follow
Admission £8 (to cover costs)

WHACK IT SMACK IT – family workshop
at The Three Tuns Inn (new venue)
Time – 2pm to 4pm
‘Whack It Smack It’ are regular musicians who make musical instruments from scrap and play them  (buckets, bowls, drainpipes, tin cans and plastic bottles) You name it, we play it!  Our workshops and concerts cover musicianship, recycling, storytelling and multiculturalism.
We like our sessions to be family affairs with young people educating adults.  No prior musical knowledge is required, just a willingness to participate and have fun
Age range – 7 to 107 (and beyond).  All participants under 16 to be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

IDA GANDY : THE WAR YEARS by Jane Cursiter  
at The Town Hall
Time – 2.00pm (new time)
Author of ‘An Idler on the Shropshire Border’, Ida Gandy was throughout her life an active diarist.  During the period of the Second World War, she was living in Clunbury, and her recently discovered diaries of the time, provide a fascinating insight, into not only her life as an individual, but also the part she played within the wider community of South Shropshire, as together they all faced a most uncertain future.
This talk will cover the early years of the war.
Admission Free – Donations to Festival Funds invited

‘ARGERICH’ with the Bishop’s Castle Film Society
at The Three Tuns Inn Time – 8pm
This is the great pianist Martha Argerich (born in Buenos Aires in 1941) Made up of documentary sequences showing Martha & Stephen Kovacevich in their everyday lives.  With four children by three fathers and phenomenal dedication to her art, Argerich nevertheless emerges as a gentle quiet individualist with great devotion to her cats.
Admission – £5