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*April 28 Illustrated talk entitled 'Defence of the Realm-One Thousand Years of Fortifications within South Devon'. John Risdon Historian Brixham
April 30 Flicks in the Sticks 1st Anniversary 'The Martian' 7 for 7.30pm RR
May 21 Reading Room Concert Richard Digance - master of comic song. Book through John Connor 810806
May 28 Traditional Church Fete. 2pm Between Church and Reading Room. Cream Teas/ stalls/ games etc.
* May 26 2-5pm Visit to Morwellham Quay Tavistock to join a day of historical activities £7.50 more details to come
July 24 Cream Teas in the Reading Room, 3-5pm, in aid of Operation Christmas Child
August 6th Kingston Fun day
|October 1st Village Harvest Supper in Reading Room Proceeds to Shekinah Mission Plymouth.|
October 8 Reading Room Concert Quicksilver ( Grant Baynham of 'That's Life' and Hilary Spencer) Book through John Connor 810806
| November 19th Christmas Bazaar Reading Room 2-4.30pm|
St James the Less Parish Church, Kingston, open every day of the year from 9am until dusk. All Sunday services normally start at 9.30 am. See under 'Parish Church' for details including special services, which may start at other times.
The Morning Market every Tuesday 10 a.m. till noon in the Kingston Reading Room. Buy second hand books, (only 30p a book! ); groceries; hand made greetings cards; crafts and gifts of various types; home made cakes, pies and preserves; eggs and home grown vegetables in season.
Euchre for All. Monthly community Euchre in the Dolphin 8pm. A fun night of cards by Heather and Andy
'Flicks in the Sticks' - Kingston Community Cinema. 7 for prompt 7.30pm start, in the Reading Room. Bring your own refreshments. Adults - £5 Under 16s - £2.
Pilates based exercise in the Reading Room, Tuesdays 5.30-6.30pm, during school term time. £4 per class.Contact Jill Gubbins on 01548 810651 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingston Events Group, KEG. Contact Hayley Swain on 01548 810748 or email@example.com
*Kingston Local History Society researches the history of the local area. Members pay an annual subscription of £3.00 single/ £5.00 couple which entitles them to free entry to meetings. Non members and guests are asked to pay £2.00 per meeting. Meetings are held from 8pm on Thursday evenings unless otherwise stated. Contact: Chair, Jenny Stanley on 01548 810819 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Margaret Cocks, The Limes, Kingston on 01548 810765 if you are interested in attending a tour or have queries about an event.
Details of the many active clubs and societies in Kingston and contact details are given under 'Clubs and Societies'.
In 2015 South Hams Mobile Library will be outside the Fire Station on one Tuesday in the month from 11- 11.40am as follows: Jan 27; Feb 24; March 24; April 21; May 19; June 16; July 14; Aug 11; Sept 8; Oct 6; Nov 3; Dec 1. There is a Saturday morning stop in Modbury car park from 9.30am - 12 .30, and the WRVS run a Home Library service for those who cannot get to a library. Ring the number below if you want to use this. Please contact Ivybridge Library if you need further information on 01752 89314001752 893140 or try the following link: www.devon.gov.uk/index/cultureheritage/libraries/yourlocallibrary.htm for information on a range of library services including the use of eBooks and Audiobooks.
The Family Playbus runs stay and play sessions for the Under 5's in the Reading Room the first two Mondays of the month from 10.15- 11.45am . Kingston's own Stay and Play Group runs on the other two Mondays from 10am -12noon including the school holidays. 50p donation per family.Further information from Hayley Swain on 01548 810748 and see under 'clubs and socs' tab.
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