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BK - This and That is a website run by an Ascot resident. This site contains articles on various subjects, including growing on allotments, histories of allotments and of cultivation; the summer festivals in Edinburgh  and computer performance. There are articles by BK, as well  many links to other people's articles, - BK is a firm believer in the original ethos of the Internet, which is to share information. Visit

American Women of Berkshire and Surrey. For more information visit


 AWBS is a social and philanthropic club whose goal is to support and encourage our members as they engage with our community. Whether you are a returning member or a new member, I am certain this year will provide many fun and rewarding opportunities for you.

We are a volunteer-run organization, and each member's participation is essential to our club's success. There are so many opportunities to get involved in both leadership and assisting roles. Please consider where you can contribute.

AWBS is a great resource for new members, providing support and helpful tips for your transition period. Area Welcome Buddies are a big help, serving as someone to touch base with when you need some advice. Additionally, our Welcome Coffees are another fun opportunity to meet other new and existing members in your area.


The American Women of Berkshire and Surrey meet at Great Fosters   Stroude Road, Egham TW20 9UR 

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  Old Windsor Angling Club,

In 2008, OWAC celebrated its Golden Anniversary, but has always been a friendly Members Club based on Thames River fishing, with a varied fixture list visiting many other fisheries and Clubs.
The present HQ is our Clubhouse at Home Park, Windsor, and now we are managing the fishing on Home Park on behalf of RBWM, we really are THE local Angling club. In addition, we have access to fishing at Old Windsor, Potts Field, Cookham, Clivedon, The Jubilee River, as well as seven miles of the Wey Navigation canal, 30 miles of the Basingstoke Canal, and we offer Reading and District Angling Association membership as an option.
We are pleased to accept anglers of any sex, age, or experience, and will help and encourage new anglers on request. Our meetings are on Tuesday evenings at the clubhouse, around 8.30pm, and we arrange matches on Sundays, with some Wednesday evening matches in the Summer.
Old Windsor Angling Club is a member of Angling Trust, supports the good work being done by Les Webber (“Gets Kids hooked on Fishing not drugs or crime”) at Wraysbury and is affiliated to Thames Valley Angling Association, Basingstoke Canal Angling Association and Reading and District Angling Association.

OWAC can be contacted on the website OWAC - Home ( , Facebook page, or or by phoning the Secretary, Alan , on 01628 602537 (evenings)


We meet monthly on the mornings of the first Tuesdays (with a break in Summer) to enjoy a lecture on one of a thousand subjects.    For details about us visit  - and for anything else you’d like to know,   just ‘contact us’ through the website. 

If you would like to come to one of our lecture meetings, (or ask anything else) please email Teresa, our membership secretary, at .

Image credit: The National Gallery by Cris NYCA, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons 

National Gallery in Ten Paintings with Professor Jonathan ConlinTuesday on April 2nd 2024

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Ascot Area Alzheimer's Support Group covers the catchment areas of Ascot, Windsor & Maidenhead, and Bracknell. People from Wokingham are welcome to attend, however, a small fee may be chargeable for certain services.It is are a voluntary organization, offering respite care and support to people, families and their carers who may have a diagnosis of dementia. The following services are offered;

 There is  a regular carers l lunch  on the 4th Friday of every month (except July and December) from 12-2pm and includes lunch, a glass of wine.  Charge £6.00 per session. 

 Ascot Brass perform concerts for charity , in partnership with top local choirs. Visit


Ascot Brass   is well established and always happy to consider new members. Please contact Malcolm Brown 07710-296236 Committee member


Ascot Brass a 30 piece concert Brass Band, who are now in their 14th successful year, we are a registered charity and perform many concerts for good causes. However, the band members have agreed it is time we should be putting on our own concert, with selected soloists, and excellent choirs, so we are exploring the best method of seeking a single sponsor or a number of sponsors. Naturally, maximum exposure would be in evidence at each concert.

Any individuals, or companies that enjoy the sound of a good brass band, and can help us in our objective, please email

To discuss its potential.

Malcolm Brown,  Sponsorship Manager, Ascot Brass 




Ascot Bridge Club, Chavey Down, Near AscotThe Ascot Bridge Club was formed in 1977 . There is bridge played every Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening - except on bank holidays. Whilst the Monday afternoon section of the club plays exclusively duplicate pairs bridge, the Tuesday evening section includes a teams of four evenings several times every year.
For more information please call David Calcutt on 01344-886412or visit the website

 Visit the  Ascot Bridge Club  website for details .



Ascot Bridge Club have moved to new premises at The Brownlow Hall, Warfield, RG42 6AB from 24th February 2022. 

Our new programme of events is now

  • Monday 2.00pm Online RealBridge
  • Tuesday 7.30pm Online RealBridge
  • Thursday 1.30pm Brownlow Hall 

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For more information please call David Calcutt on 01344-886412, or visit the web site 



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Ascot Heath   Book Club, Fernbank Road, North Ascot meets on the third Thursdays.

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Ascot Horticultural Society  |     A long established group affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society, aiming to share and promote interest in all aspects of plants and the natural environment.  Monthly evening meetings (2nd Wednesday) in King Edward's Hall, North Ascot.  Activities include talks / demonstrations by expert guest speakers, discussions, quizzes, outings, competitions and 4 seasonal shows of horticultural produce, floral & culinary art, handicrafts and photography.  Experienced, novice or just interested observer - all are welcome.  

The events and activities are open to all. For further details go to FACEBOOK or call 01344 622086.

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Trains  run at the miniature railway at the Ascot Locomotive Society, the First Sunday of the month, usually from May to October) from 2.00-5.30pm (weather permitting). £4.00 per person entrance fee for up to three people, £2.50 per person for families of 4 and over. Drink and a biscuit or slice of cake £1. Please donate more if you can - your donations keep us running! 

The Ascot Locomotive Society which meets alongside car park 10 of the Ascot Racecourse off the Winkfield Road (A330) currently has vacancies for new members.  When there are no public running sessions,  the group still  welcomes visitors on the first Sunday of each month from 2pm. Anyone interested is asked to contact




Rotary Club of Ascot | Service | Fellowship | Corporate Membership


RECENT EVENTS | 2022 Sunninghill New Year Fancy Dress Wheelbarrow Race - CLICK HERECLICK HERE for info on Young Musicians Competition 

CLICK HERE to see Ascot Rotary Cuddly Toys Presentation 2019 


The Rotary Club of Ascot principally provides support to well-known local community activities and raises money for local and international causes. With a motto 'Service Above Self'', its main objective is service - in the community, in the workplace and around the world. There are 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide in 34,000 Rotary Clubs in nearly every country. It is not affiliated with any political or religious organisations.

Locally, it is particularly well-known for organising the hugely popular New Year's Day Sunninghill Wheelbarrow Race, which raises thousands of pounds annually for the Ascot District Day Centre and other charities. (The Club has also contributed to the purchasing of two new mini buses, used for transport to the Day Centre).  See PHOTOS OF WHEELBARROW RACE winners 2020.


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The Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) is one of 47 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK to achieve the shared aim of securing a better future for wildlife.

BBOWT was founded in 1959 (as the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Naturalist Trust -  BBONT) by local ecologists who could see the extent of harm being done to the wonderfully rich natural environment of the three counties. For over 50 years we have worked with local people to make Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire richer in wildlife.

BBOWT currently has about 54,000 members and more than 1,300 active volunteers. It is thanks to our members and volunteers that we are able to keep going - we do not receive any core governmental funding. Our income comes from a range of sources including grants, legacies, business support and charitable trusts donations, but most important of all are our membership subscriptions......

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Read more: BBOWT | Wildlife Group | N.Ascot

 Membership Offers: Hands-on in the Spring/ Summer at the Society Apiary, Autumn /Winter programme of talks in Windsor, BBKA membership, BBKA News bi-monthly, insurance against bee diseases, mentoring

The Slough Windsor & Maidenhead Beekeepers' Society is an active society with about 100 members who come from all over the world and from all walks of life. Some are complete beginners while others have a wealth of experience, but we all share a passion for maintaining healthy bees and producing high quality honey.


The Tower Bell Ringers practise at St.Marys Church, Church Road, Maidens Green, Winkfield on Monday evenings, 7.30 -8pm for beginners, followed by Full Practice from 8 -9pm. For more information call Tony on 01344 886087. For more information visit  or CLICK ON THIS LINK

It only takes a few weeks to learn the basics and then you can join in with the band


  • Ringing for servicesBells

  • Social Events

  • Outings to other towers

  • Service to the church & the community




Berkshire Archaeology | An archaeological advice service for Windsor and Maidenhead (ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale) , Reading, Bracknell Forest, Slough and Wokingham

berkshire family history societyGet the most from your family history -  with Berkshire Family History Society - helping everyone’s family trees to flourish !


Meetings at 7pm till 9 30pm 3rd Thursday of Sept, Oct, Nov, Feb, March and April. Plus Christmas lunch in Dec and AGM in May.

LET’S SHATTER TWO MYTHS ... YOU DON’T NEED TO HAVE BERKSHIRE ANCESTORS TO BENEFIT... Many with no local ancestors draw actively on society products and services.... AND YOU DON’T NEED TO LIVE IN BERKSHIRE Plenty of members live far beyond its borders, some live overseas.
The society delivers resources and activities to meet the needs of people like you; people researching into families across the UK and overseas (and in Berkshire too). Would these services be useful in your research?


Read more: Berkshire Family History Society

TWITTER   01344 782970    


From Thursday 5th November 2020, all of the BM music centres will be closed and both lessons and ensembles that usually take place in music centres will return to online Zoom lessons. The timings of most lessons will not change however your teacher will be in touch if a slight change is required.

Berkshire Maestros provides Berkshire's young people with instrumental and vocal tuition  in schools and music centres (for this area, in Windsor and Bracknell) . Established in 1982, it has nearly 8000 students it offers something for everyone, with lessons, ensembles, orchestra and everything from classical to jazz to rock. Visit

 Account Administration / General Enquiries

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9am – 5.00pm
Friday: 9am – 2pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

0118 901 2370 •



Berkshire Maestros, 100 Cockney Hill, Stoneham Court, Reading RG30 4EZ

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BRACKNELL | Bracknell Music Centre, Open Learning Centre,   Rectory Lane, Bracknell RG12 7GR  Phoebe Wright, Regional Activities Co-ordinator  | 01344 782970 • | Currently:  Bracknell Music Centre, Ranelagh School, Ranelagh Drive,
Bracknell RG12 9DA

The centre office will continue to operate out of the Open Learning Centre, Rectory Lane, Bracknell RG12 7GR until further notice.  For opening hours go to the Bracknell Music Centre page.


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The Berkshire Ornithological Club promotes education and study of wild birds and their conservation in Berkshire. Anyone interested in birds and bird-watching is welcome: beginner or expert, local patch enthusiast or international twitcher. There is a full programme of events, with illustrated talks, normally held  at the University of Reading from October to April, and excursions, including occasional overseas visits, through the year.

Tickets by email  for full booking details and online booking



Bracknell Choral Society Autumn Concert | Following a busy and successful season of concerts in which the choir sang music ranging from Handel's Messiah to Broadway blockbusters, Bracknell Choral Society is looking forward to an exciting programme in 2023 - 2024.

The first of our two concerts this term will be on Sunday 19th November 2023 at Newbold Church, Newbold College, Binfield  RG42  4AN at 4pm. The programme will consist of John Rutter's  Mass of the Children and we will welcome Taplow Girls' Choir, led by Gillian Dibden to join us for this beautiful and moving work. We will also be singing A Little Jazz Mass, one of Bob Chilcott's most popular choral works to date, a setting of the Latin Mass in which the various movements embrace a variety of jazz styles.  We are also delighted to be including a piece Music by the choir's patron, the distinguished composer and conductor, Ronald Corp. We will be joined by  soloists, Ailsa Campbell, soprano, Will Harmer, baritone and the British Sinfonietta orchestra.  Tickets are £20 to include a programme (accompanied under 18s free) and are available from choir members or our website www.bracknell

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The Bracknell Forest History Natural Society will hold a series of talks at South Hill Park .

The Bracknell Forest Natural History Society  One Monday every month,  7.30pm - 9.30pm. Recital Room at South Hill Park,  Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA.  Visitors are welcome. No booking required.

Visitors are welcome and there is no need to book.    Meet: Recital Room at South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA.
7:30pm - 9:30pm (Doors open from 7:15pm), with a break for refreshments in between.
Membership is £12 per year with an entrance fee of £1 for evening meetings – or come along as a visitor and pay just £3 for the evening.


Our objectives:

  • Promoting and encouraging the playing of bridge at all levels
  • Supporting and assisting BBCBA clubs with any problems or issues

We aim to meet these objectives by:

  • Organising county competitions at a wide range of levels
  • Being a financially sound body which, over the medium term, retains sufficient reserves to meet one year's anticipated expenditure
  • Maintaining a website for the Association
  • Organising feedback from clubs on issues such as the role of clubs in EBU administration
  • Supporting the Minibridge initiative in schools
  • Providing information about bridge clubs and teachers
  • Organising an annual 24 pairs a side Berks v Bucks match at three levels
  • Financially assisting the BBCBA teams in National competitions
  • Acting as shareholders, representing BBCBA interests at EBU meetings

Ascot Bridge Club, Chavey Down, Near Ascot                               

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Canine First Aid runs at the Charlotte Pratt Memorial Hall, in Chavey Down Road, Chavey Down, Winkfield.

Visit  or .

Canine First Aid | Sarah Nuttall | 07761 302010


A Cards group meets at the Cordes Hall, Kings Road, Sunninghill, on the first and third Tuesdays  of the month from 2-4 pm for anyone interested in playing or learning to play crib and canasta.  Or you can take a favourite game along and see who wants to play that.  No charge and tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided.  All welcome, even if you can oly stay a short while.  Just drop in!  It’s just a relaxing way to spend time with other people – and keep the brain cells ticking over!  Lauch day is  5th April.


Charter’s Friends Book Club meets in the Durning Room at Charters Library. Hot & cold drinks are available. New friends always welcome!

E-mail: for more details.



There is a  Chat & Craft Group, open to all, meeting 2 - 4pm at St.Peter's, Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, near Ascot, 2 -4 pm on Thursday afternoons.

Cheapside Horticultural, Handicrafts and Arts Society holds Spring and Summer Shows at Cheapside Village Hall. Anyone can enter and there is a wide variety of  classes for adults and children. The 2017 Summer Show on Saturday August 26th (exhibits to be at the Hall by 10.30am). Show opens to the public at 2.30pm . Newcomers welcome. For more details and an entry form contact the Society Secretary on 01344 624958 



Cultivating Friends at Lily Hill Park | Every Thursday, 10am – 12 noon'Cultivating Friends' meets every Thursday at Lily Hill Park, 10am - 12 noon. Meet in the North Car park, Lily Hill Road, Bracknell,  RG12 2RZ.  Get stuck in with the Lily Hill gardening team and enjoy a cup of tea afterwards. Take along your gardening gloves.
Meet: North car park, off Lily Hill Road, Bracknell, RG12 2RX.



East Berkshire Ramblers enjoy walks in the area around Ascot, Sunningdale, Sunninghill and Winkfield. For information on the Walks Programme 

   Walks programme  for more information



The East Berkshire Scrabble Club meets in Crowthorne

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Do you enjoy a good game of Scrabble?  Are you looking to learn a bit more about the game? Do you want to stop annoying friends and family with arguments over whether AARRGHH is actually a word? Do you yearn to play ZYZZYVAS across two triple-word squares?

East Berks Scrabble Club is always open to new members, and we’d love to have you along to try out one of our game nights.

You’ll find all you need to know on this site, but do feel free to contact us for a chat first.

We meet on Thursday evenings at 7:30, at St Sebastian’s Pavilion by the Tennis and Cricket Clubs), just off Nine Mile Ride in Crowthorne. Our club nights are very social.  We have a few games of Scrabble, and coffee and biscuits and a chat. We also run league and knockout competitions within the club at different times of year (usually with small prizes), and we also have members who represent the club in teams in a local league or who go along to play individually at tournaments across the country.

Read more: East Berkshire Scrabble Club


Egham Choral is a friendly and busy traditional choral society and we always welcome new members

EC meets on Monday evenings @ 7.30pm at the United Church of Egham. Reduced membership fees for students. All voices very welcome. For further details please contact


The New Egham Singers will hold a Spring Concert on April 27th 2024

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About New Egham Singers:


New Egham Singers (NES), one of the two choirs that make up Egham and District Choral Society, is a non-audition choir of more than 120 members of all ages and musical abilities who get together once a week under the guidance of Musical Director Guy Bunce. Its aims are to make tuneful music, have fun, and while doing so, raise money for local charities.

About Dr Guy Bunce:

Guy Bunce (b.1980) graduated in 2001 from Kingston University where he specialised in composition and won the Kingston Composition Prize. He went on to achieve a Masters degree and PhD in composition at Royal Holloway University of London. When not composing, Guy enjoys freelancing as a professional conductor and arranger for both choirs and instrumental ensembles. New Egham Singers is one of his choirs.

If anyone is interested in learning the art of embroidery or patchwork please contact Stitchery at Hatchet Lane. Please phone 07747 543546

The Yateley Angling Academy operates at Trilakes Country Park, catering for all ages, providing tackle, bait and licenses. Contact  the Centre at 12 - 16 The Parade, Yately, Hampshire, GU46 7UN 01252 861955 or visit


Learn French with Chloe's Language Club  for toddlers on Thursdays,   in Ascot - Cranbourne and Ascot Heath Schools and Edith Rose Nursery. Please call   01344 890208.

Read more: French for Toddlers | Ascot Heath & Cranbourne Schools 

Celine offers French Lessons - GCSE, KS3,  Common Entrance and One to One Tuition in  Sunningdale.

Celine is a passionate French native tutor based in Ascot, Berkshire, with a 15 years experience in teaching students for GCSE exam. Offering is a good understanding of the french language with the correct accent, she is DBS checked. She is  confident in guiding students through an exam board specification  (Edexcel, AQA,) covering both foundation and higher tier with good exam techniques and hassuccessfully prepared candidates for GCSE & IGCSE achieving A* with a Headmaster Commendation.

Call: Vanessa on 07990 683647 or e-mail:

Enjoy French lessons in the comfort of your own home .

All ages, tuition up to GCSE & common entrance or just pure freestyle conversation with some grammar thrown-in for older pupils.

Price; £40 per hour    07432 605517

Private 1:1 French lessons are available in the Ascot and Sunningdale area with Celine, a native French speaker .  GCSE,  Common Entrance,  KS3. 


WEBSITE      07577751199

Funky Mobile Pottery will be in Victory Field Pavilion, off the London Road, in Sunninghill near Ascot,   Please call Relin on  to book your table and secure your space in advance. The table is yours for 2 hours per session. Free parking available. Teas and coffees also available. 

Pictured Above: Victory Field Pavilion


  Cultivating Friends at Lily Hill Park | Every Thursday, 10am – 12 noon
Get stuck in with the Lily Hill Park gardening team and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee amongst friends. Tea/coffee provided. Please bring gardening gloves if you have them.
Meet: North car park, off Lily Hill Road, Bracknell, RG12 2RX.


 A Greek School runs at St.Peter's Church Hall, Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, on Friday evenings. For more information call 01753 840 794.




Green Drinks meets on the third Thursday evening of the month, at the Bull in Bracknell, to discuss environmental matters






The Hythe Singers is a small and enthusiastic group of amateur singers. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings during term time, from 7:30pm – 9:45pm, currently at St. Jude’s Junior School in Englefield Green, as our usual venue at The Hythe CentreEgham Hythe, is being used by the NHS. We give three concerts a year.

We perform a wide and varied repertoire, from arrangements of popular songs to music by classical composers from the 12th to the 21st century. You can hear some of our favourite pieces recorded before and during Lockdown on our YouTube channel.

Read more: Hythe Singers | Englefield Green | Surrey

Ascot Inner Wheel  celebrates its 59th anniversary in 2021, and is a member of the Association of Inner Wheel Clubs which are part of the family of Rotary.


News from Inner Wheel,  Great Britain and Ireland
About Inner Wheel
The first Inner Wheel club was founded in Manchester, England in 1924 and clubs have since spread to 103 countries with around 100,000 members worldwide, 13,000 being in Great Britain and Ireland. Inner Wheel clubs have an outstanding record of service both in the community and internationally. The Inner Wheel Club of Ascot was founded 59 years ago by Mrs F Newport and her daughter-in-law, Jennifer (of whom we were very fond) was still a member until quite recently.
Initially members were the wives of Rotarians, Rotary being a club for men only. Inner Wheel is like the hub of the Rotary wheel – thus its name.

Read more: Inner Wheel | Ascot | Service & Friendship

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A Knitting group meets at the Ascot Durning Library , upper Ascot High Street  every  Thursday, 10.30am to 12 noon.


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The Warfield Ladies Probus Club for retired professional and business women from Warfield and the surrounding areas enjoy lunch on the third Monday of the month at Mill Ride Golf Club in North Ascot.  In addition to speakers at these lunches, there are theatre outings and other social events arranged for members.  New members are very welcome.  Please see our website for further details

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The Ascot and Winkfield area are rich in architectural interest, listed buildings (including old coaching milestones) and country houses and estates.

Winkfield Parish Council has put together a comprehensive list of listed building in Winkfield, Winkfield Plain and North Ascot.

The Bracknell Forest Heritage Online Project is a website, dedicated to bringing together memories of local people. You will find an interactive map with links that take you to photographs, stories and audio clips of local peoples' memories of the area, which covers North Ascot and Winkfield. You can add your own contributions Contact: 01344 351754  or e-mail:


The National Women's Register - where women flourish, meet in North Ascot, every 2 weeks, at 8pm in members' houses. Meetings are informal with a warm welcome, whatever age or personal circumstance. Groups may arrange theatre visits and social visits,, as well as national and regional conferences. 


The New Egham Singers hold regular concerts, raising money for charity. They recently held  a Summer Prom and Concert to raise money for the sick and premature babies Charity, First Touch (information below)

About New Egham Singers:

New Egham Singers (NES), one of the two choirs that make up Egham and District Choral Society, is a non-audition choir of more than 120 members of all ages and musical abilities who get together once a week under the guidance of Musical Director Guy Bunce. Its aims are to make tuneful music, have fun, and while doing so, raise money for local charities.

About Dr Guy Bunce:

Guy Bunce (b.1980) graduated in 2001 from Kingston University where he specialised in composition and won the Kingston Composition Prize. He went on to achieve a Masters degree and PhD in composition at Royal Holloway University of London. When not composing, Guy enjoys freelancing as a professional conductor and arranger for both choirs and instrumental ensembles. New Egham Singers is one of his choirs.

 SPRING 2023

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Choirs Performs Songs from Stage & Screen to Support Local Good Neighbours Charity | Local community choir, New Egham Singers, will perform their first concert of 2023 on Saturday 1st April at The Rose Theatre, St Mary’s School, Ascot. The concert will feature fantastic hits from well-known television, cinema and stage shows and will be supported by a superb 7-piece live band.
Founded in 2009, New Egham Singers (NES), which now incorporates Progeny Chamber Choir, has become a familiar part of the life of the area. NES, led by Musical Director (MD) Dr Guy Bunce, welcomes singers of different backgrounds, ages and musical abilities get together at fun weekly rehearsals to sing a wide variety of songs. Whilst Progeny, overseen by MD Patrick Martin, tackles slightly more challenging music. Through its many performances, the choir has raised thousands of pounds for a variety of local charities.

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The North Ascot History Group meets on the third Monday of the month at the Ascot Life centre in New Road, North Ascot