Concert in the Church - Sunday 16th June
St Barnabas' Church, Peasemore presents a concert on Sunday 16th June 2013, 7pm
A special Musical Treat awaits us on the evening of Sunday 16th June, when representatives of the excellent Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Choir of the University of Reading, under the University's dynamic director of Music Stuart Dunlop, will perform for us in St Barnabas' Church at 7pm
The programme will include the following works:-
- JS Bash: Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor
- Vivaldi: Concerto for Two Trumpets in C Major
- Britten: Hymn to Cecilia
- Shutz: Psalm 100 and Psalm 103
The soloists will be:
- Yentil Yim and Elizabeth Morgan (Violins)
- Robert Cooper and Daniel Burchette (Trumpets)
- with University of Reading Student Quarter-in-Residence and the Chamber Choir
- Peter Toye (Accompanist)
- and Stuart Dunlop (Conductor)
Tickets £10 including a glass of wine and light refreshments
Available from Jenny Maskell or June Hateley
Next Peasemore Parish Council Meeting 26th June 2013
Peasemore Village Cricket Club Starts 2013 With A Win!
Peasemore Village Cricket Club started the 2013 season in winning style away at Inkpen. With fixtures organised for most Sunday afternoons throughout the late spring and summer we're hoping to maintain our winning start! Click here for our 2013 Fixtures List.
The club is always keen to welcome new players of all abilities - we play to win but enjoyment is our main aim so we value enthusiasm and a willingness to get involved highly! Don't worry if you can't commit to playing regularly, it's always good for us to have a wide circle of occasional 'guest players' to call on from time to time. And if taking to the pitch isn't your thing you can still get involved through offering your support from the side-lines (perhaps with a pint from The Fox in hand!) or maybe by helping with tea or scoring - all essential components of village cricket!
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Peasemore InTouch on Facebook
If Facebook is your thing you can now keep in touch with what's happening in Peasemore at the 'Peasemore In Touch' Facebook group. We've got more than 70 members already and it's an easy way to share views, pictures, promote events or have a general chat with others from the village.
The group is closed to allow people to share information and views without security concerns, but if you're local to Peasemore or one of the nearby villages you can request addition to the group - Peasemore In Touch Facebook Group
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