Coming Events in the Wider Local Area



Wednesday 22nd January at 2:30pm and 7:30pm in Cropthorne and Charlton Village Hall - Public meeting to discuss the potential threat from sand and gravel extraction in sites at Charlton, Cropthorne, Fladbury and Wick. See poster below


Wednesday 22nd January from 2:00 ~ 4:00pm in Evesham Town Hall - Question and Answer session with the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner, John Campion. If you have any questions you would like to ask about policing, come along, all welcome, all free. To submit your question in advance, please email to:


The Vale Public Transport Group will be holding a meeting on Tuesday 21st January at 7:30pm in Evesham Town Hall. (



Every Tuesday from 6:30pm ~ 8:00pm in Cropthorne and Charlton Village Hall - Yoga for All




Public Meeting to discuss potential minerals extraction

New Art Exhibition about Evesham


Local artist Rohan Goonewardena has a fondness for traditional views, albeit with a modern take on them, using bold and vivid colours.


He also loves Evesham, and his exhibition called, suitably enough, ‘Evesham….this must be the place’ opened this week at the Victoria Avenue Arts Centre.


Rohan said: “It consists of paintings of Evesham and the surrounding area taken from photos I have snapped throughout the sixteen years I have lived here. From the River Avon and the Bell Tower to Broadway and Snowshill, we have some stunning views in and around Evesham.”


Rohan added: “I mainly paint in acrylics from my studio that is located a stone's-throw from the Evesham Arts Centre. My show will run until the end of February 2020 at the Victoria Avenue Arts Centre so please stop by and take a look.”


Round Evesham Walk

Evesham Rambling Club has devised a circular walk around Evesham for everyone to enjoy at any time, taking in many of the historic buildings and sites for which Evesham is famous. Details of the walk are shown in the file below. Further details of the activities of the Evesham Rambling Club can be found at:

Round Evesham Walk.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [4.7 MB]

New Wychavon Tourism Website

Wychavon has launched a new website aiming to boost tourism within the local area.


You can access it at:

January Top Picks



Jukebox Boogie


Returning to Number 8 following their sell out show last year, Fireballs UK promise to get your toes tapping with another fantastic evening of rock ’n’ roll hits from the late 50s and 60s. They’ll be performing songs from artists Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and more.

Tickets cost £14. To book your place and find out more, click here.  

When: 7:30pm, 25 January

Where: Number 8, Pershore, WR10 1BG


Explore Croome from above 

See panoramic views of Worcestershire from the top of Croome’s famous tower, which was built in 1801 for the 6th Earl of Coventry.

As the tower is usually closed to the public, this is an opportunity photographers will not want to miss.  


When: 26 January but it will be open once a month throughout the year

Where: Croome Court, WR8 9DW


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