Banstead Arts Festival Society’s Autumn/Winter Concerts
Banstead Arts Festival Society – 2017-18 Autumn /Winter concert season
18th November 2017, 10th February 2018 and 10th March 2018
The Community Hall, Park Road Banstead, SM& 3AJ
To reserve tickets telephone: 01737 350288 or email: email@example.com
High quality classical music concerts at the Community Hall – not to be missed.
- 18/11/17 – The Eblana String Trio, a dynamic young chamber ensemble based in Manchester play Beethoven and Mozart.
- 10/02/18 – LEONARD ELSCHENBROICH, cello and ALEXEI GRYNYUK, piano play Beethoven – The Complete Cello Sonatas; a rare and exciting opportunity of hearing all five of Beethoven’s masterly cello sonatas.
- 10/03/18 – JAMES GILCHRIST, tenor with ANNA TILBROOK, piano will perform Schubert’s Winterreise. The most celebrated of all song cycles, with its haunting portrayal of melancholy and madness,
Tickets: Adults £12 & School pupils FREE – online at www.bansteadarts.co.uk or from Banstead Library from 4 weeks before the concerts
Banstead Rotary Village Fair
Banstead Village in Bloom
Banstead Village in Bloom
A number of different organisations in Banstead and Banstead Community Junior School have got together to enter Banstead Village In Bloom.
We are working together to make Banstead a more beautiful place to live and improve the High Street. Some of the benefits you will see are new planters, filled with an array of pink, purple and white flowers. The roundabout by Zizzis will be replanted, the borders by the Community Hall have been planted with a variety of perennials, the corner of Winkworth Road and Bolters Lane has been cleared of brambles and planted with native plants. There is so much to see and get involved in.
The judging will take place on Monday 26th June supported by the Mayor, Cllr. Roger Newstead and the Mayoress Mrs Mary Newstead(MBE)
If you would like to follow our progress or get involved in Banstead Village in Bloom (BVIB), you can find out more on our website www.bvib.co.uk or email us at Bansteadvillageinbloom@yahoo.com, we would love to hear from you.
Best Front Garden Competition.
To support our lovely village, the Banstead Horticultural Society (BHS) are running a competition for the Best Front Garden 2017, so if you are proud of your garden and live within one mile of All Saints Church in Banstead High Street, why don’t you enter? Entry is free and the first prize is £35. The judging will take place between Wednesday 14th-21st July. Awards and prize giving will on 22nd July at the BHS Summer Flower Show, Banstead Community Hall , Park Lane. Banstead.
To enter pick up an entry form at Banstead Library, via our website or by email. Entries must be in received by Wednesday 13th July.
New play sets in Banstead!!!
We have 2 new soft play sets available to hire, available now. Either check our website, or visit us at Banstead cricket club every term time Friday 9-1 for our under 5’s Softplay and café to check it out in action.
We have also incorporated these into our new party package builder. For the perfect way to keep all ages entertained, you can choose, a soft play set; A bouncy castle; an interactive ball pit; and 2 add ons all from £140.
The builder is easy to use, but of course we are always at the end of the phone to assist, or to tailor a package suitable for you venue or budget.
Banstead Rotary Club Quiz Night
Save the date!
You are warmly invited to bring friends, family and neighbours to the Summer Quiz!
We are delighted to announce the first Summer Quiz will be run by Banstead Rotary on Saturday 20th May. We will start at 7.30pm promptly.
We are intending to provide buffet type finger food at an appropriate interval and for folk to bring their own drinks and glasses. Tickets will be £15 per person. Cheques should be made out to Banstead Rotary Club.
Venue will be St Mark’s Church Hall, Great Tattenhams, KT185RD.
All proceeds will go to the President’s Charity Winston’s Wish.
Please confirm your attendance to Roger De La Perelle.
Banstead Charity Walk 2017
We are inviting you to join us on our Charity Walk 2017 over a route of about 7.8 miles. This should be manageable by parents and children alike. The event is taking place on Sunday 7th May 2017 starting between 8.30 and 10.00 am. The walk will take you attractive North Downs scenery and starts and finishes at Tattenham Corner on Epsom Downs. There is a halfway checkpoint providing some refreshment and Marshals monitor all road crossings.
This event has proved to be an enjoyable and fun day out in past years and all funds raised are donated to charity. The Rotary Club of Banstead will donate all monies raised to various local and national charities on your behalf or you may elect to have 75% donated to your chosen charity or institution. (This might be your school, scout group, church etc).
You can enter a team (there is no limit on size). Individuals and teams raising the most money will receive prize plaques and the best team overall will be awarded the Young’s Brewery Silver Salver.
The Rotary Club of Banstead aim to help you to raise much needed funds for charity and at the same time have a very pleasant morning out in beautiful surroundings with friends and family. The walk should take about 4 hours or less to complete.
Sponsors can donate online (MyDonate – see guidance sheet) or using the usual sponsor forms.
For further information please phone or email :-
Roger de la Perrelle (01737) 813870
Derek Aram (01737) 212397
Rotary Club of Banstead Trust Fund
Banstead Rotary Club Barn Dance 2017
Major Event a Huge Success
On the 1st December the Banstead Business Guild arranged the second Christmas Shopping event which was a roaring success. In 2015 there was a very small affair arranged by the Guild which involved a small ceremony, turning the lights at the top roundabout near Zizzi’s, along with some carol singing and an appearance by Santa Clause on his sleigh. The event was very low key as the Guild had only been in operation for a couple of months.
The 2016 event was much bigger and much better, with a raft of celebrities, acts, schools, community groups, retailers, local councillors and others helping to make it a massive success. There was a tremendous footfall throughout the night up and down the entire High Street, with most of the retailers getting in the spirit and laying on food and drinks for the passing trade as well as a booklet with great offers on the night. Many retailers were reporting they had never seen their shops so busy.
Local resident and business man Jovan Mari? from Square Daisy said:
“As a resident of Banstead, there is nothing I want to see more than a thriving High Street and businesses across the village doing really well. The event that was put on by the guild was absolutely fantastic, bringing together all of the key stakeholders to each make it a memorable night. From the Business Guild’s perspective it is about how we can help the businesses, but I think what we saw was how local businesses can play a central role in bringing together all elements of the community to put on a really great event that everyone can enjoy”.
A huge thanks must go out to Michell at ‘The Natural Way;’ in Banstead who was the project lead and really made the event as successful as it was. Thanks to everyone who took part and contributed to make it a memorable evening and one that we’ll hope to better in 2017.
We have added some photos from the evening below to see just how great it was.
To get involved in the next event, attend a Business Guild meeting or join, contact us via the form or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org