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Koosa Kids will be at Ascot Heath Junior School, Rhododendron Walk, North Ascot, for the school holidays , summer 2014, July 21st to August 27th. The KOOSA Kids Summer Activity Programme looks set to be the best yet, with a host of fantastic activities on offer across the six week holiday period. As well as the usual mix of fun, active and creative activities in the Endeavour and Discovery Zones, KOOSA Kids are also running Wicked Wednesday special activity days (including the popular Wet N Wild days) and Fantastic Friday fancy dress days throughout the period.
The S E Berks Ramblers will enjoy a 4.2 mile walk, Starting
from Blane's Lane off Swinley Road SL5 8AZ, (opposite a large sign to
Beaumont Forest Products) on Friday 25th July 2014, from 10.30am. Park along Blane's Lane before the barrier. A regular walk - please note start point.
Mike A : 07806 562358
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OS Maps: Exp 160 / LR 175
King George Day has a reputation for being a modern day complement to the traditional five days of Royal Ascot. Racegoers can look forward to a real sense of occasion combining excellent racing with a relaxed, yet stylish atmosphere akin to an English summer garden party. A wonderful array of bars and restaurants serving champagne cocktails and Ascot’s unique afternoon tea can be found throughout the site. Twice Michelin star chef Phil Howard will be serving his exclusive menu in the prestigious Parade Ring restaurant celebrating modern British classic dishes including his fish starter that won Great British Menu 2012. Away from the track entertainment includes the London Swing Orchestra, acrobats and a ferris wheel rounded up with a live band on Ascot’s iconic Bandstand following racing.
Juliet Slot, Commercial Director at Ascot Racecourse, said: “The hugely popular King George Weekend has become over the years, a modern day complement to Royal Ascot. Our research celebrates the public’s modern day favourites in music, fashion and food and drink – these aspects marry well with how our racegoers see King George Day.
To book or for further information, please call 0844 3463000 or visit www.ascot.co.uk/
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The S E Berks Ramblers will enjoy a leisurely 4.5. mile walk around Virginia Water Lake, Windsor Great Park, on good paths, on Thursday July 31st, from 10.30am
It is suitable for dogs although they must be on a lead in the Valley gardens. There are refreshments available in the café at the end of the walk.
Start Point: Meet at 10:30am by the café at the Virginia Water car park off the A30. There are usually parking spaces along the A30 but if these are full the car park is £1.50 per hour. Nearest postcode is GU25 4QF
OS Maps: Exp160/LR175/LR176. Contact Heather on 07733 820 168
In a nutshell Hope & Gloria know what children love to make. Our experience from the school sewing clubs means that we can plan a structured, relaxed and encouraging morning where children can gain a huge sense of satisfaction and let their creativity run wild whilst building on existing skills.
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Please click to enlarge poster On the first Sunday in August in our service at 10:30 am, we as a parish at All Saints will remember, with the rest of the nation, those who lost their lives in the First World War on the Centenary of the war's beginning.
For us at All Saints this commemoration will have special poignancy, as will also remember one of our members, Thomas Grenville Pitt Peyton, who died as part of the daring raid at St.Nazaire in the Second World War. In that service we will receive back into our Church a cross made in his memory from the beams of St James, Piccadilly, which was destroyed in the war.
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Tuesday, August 5 at 12pm – Andrew Hine ‘Inside the World of Polo’ | For an insight into the wonderful world of polo, join Andrew Hine for lunch. Having both captained and managed the English national team, he’ll guide you through the rules, share his expertise and give you the all-important lowdown on the international circuit.
Price includes VAT and 12.5% discretionary service charge | Coworth Park Speaker Events start at 12pm and cost £50 per person including a glass of champagne on arrival, three-course lunch in Restaurant Coworth Park with a glass of wine, coffee and petit fours. Talks commence at 12.30pm followed by lunch around 1.15pm. VAT and service charge are also included in the price
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