Saturday, February 22

Weekly Lunches at the Chapel

Soup, bread and cheese.

This is an opportunity to come along and enjoy some time together.

Tyndale Chapel, Little Sodbury End, from 12-2pm.

Cheltenham Vegan Fair

A fantastic line up of vegan traders and businesses selling everything from delicious food and treats to cruelty free beauty products.

There will be a full programme of talks on veganism, environmental issues and animal rights, as well as a Vegan Human Book Library.

Park Campus - Gloucestershire University, Cheltenham, from 10am-3pm.

Entry: £2, kids go free.

The Great Race - storytelling performance

Recommended children aged four to seven years.

Running time, 20 minutes.

Entry is free.

Yate Library, West Walk, at 9.30am.

Sunday, February 23

Mind Body Spirit

Psychic fayre.

Cricklade Town Hall, High Street, from 10am-4pm.

£2 admission.

Call, 01666 829 293

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Monday, February 24

The Cat and the Canary

The original haunted house thriller, with a star-studded cast.

Theatre Royal Bath.

Running until February 29.

Sing into Spring

First of four weekly workshops with Tyndale Choral Society, led by Music Director Ben Sawyer.

Explore the health and wellbeing benefits of singing together.

Open to all.

The Tab, Dursley, from 7.30pm.

Tickets for all four events £20.

Email or call Catherine on 07799 238417.

Tuesday, February 25

Pancake Day

Lots of fillings, take away or stay in and have one with a hot drink.

The money will be donated to charity.

The Swan, Thornbury.

Call 01454 413062.

Pancakes and Pumpkins

Pancake party with food, crafts and games.

St Mary’s Church, Church Road, Yate, from 4-6pm.

Wednesday, February 26

Friends of Filnore Woods Work Morning

The weather forecast is good the grass raking and disposal will hopefully be finished.

It would be useful if you could bring a rake along.

Thornbury Active Centre, Alveston Hill, from 10am.

Thursday, February 27

National Theatre Connections - The Small Hours

It’s the middle of the night and Peebs and Epi are the only students left at school over half-term.

Sundial Theatre, Fosse Way Campus, from 7.30pm.

Tickets £5


The photographs of Horace W. Nicholls

As one of the world’s first true photojournalists, Horace W Nicholls’ work shaped that of succeeding generations.

Visitors cost £7.

Arts Society Corinium Talk, from 7.30pm.