Ickenham Festival – Burns Night – Sat 25th January 2020
The Ickenham Festival Team will be holding their ever-popular “Burns Night” at Douay Martyrs School, Long Lane, Ickenham on Saturday 25th January 2020.
There will be a live Ceilidh Band with a caller for dancing, a Piper, a haggis supper (other meal options available) , dancing, and Burns poetry reading. A great night out is promised for all.
Full details of tickets and booking are on the Ickenham Festival website at www.IckenhamFestival.org.uk http://www.IckenhamFestival.org.uk or contact Doug Neilson on 07516 984514. Tickets can be bought online, by post, or in person.
Also see Twitter.com/IckFest and FB.com/IckenhamFestival
I think they want you to visit. But they’re very coy about it. I was tipped off this morning and found this sign on the Milton Road entrance gate (which was folded back and couldn’t easily be seen from the road.
NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME
GARDEN OPEN FOR CHARITY
2 The Avenue
Sunday 9th June
2 – 6 p.m.
Adults £4 children free
More information here
HILLINGDON CHORAL SOCIETY
AMICI CHAMBER CHOIR SINGERS
RUTTER : REQUIEM
With music by
HANDEL, HAYDN & SCHUBERT
Saturday 6th April 2019
Ickenham United Reformed Church
Tickets: £12 Adults, £3 children from Pro Music,
Swakeleys Road, Ickenham
Or Box Office : firstname.lastname@example.org
0208 582 3694
Our friends, the Ickenham Festival Team, will be holding their ever-popular “Burns Night” at Douay Martyrs School, Long Lane, Ickenham on Saturday 26th January 2019.
Expect a live Ceilidh Band with a caller for dancing, a Piper, a haggis supper (other options available) , dancing, and Burns poetry reading. A great night out is promised for all.
You may book online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ickenhamfestival https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/ickenhamfestival
Full details of tickets and booking are on the Ickenham Festival website at
http://www.ickenhamfestival.org.uk/Feature.Burns.htm or contact Doug Neilson on 07516 984514.
Yes, it’s really open this time. Not half open as it was on Festival weekend.
Details are here: https://openhouselondon.open-city.org.uk/listings/1939
If it’s possible please visit, especially if you’ve not been inside. Secondly, because the more people visit, the more likely that it will remain accessible in future.
Winners of the Ickenham pictures competition:
1st Alison Bowles
2nd Eleanor Wrigley
3rd Paddy Rowley
The IRA General Secretary will be in touch with you about your prizes.
If you’re wondering what this post is all about, please visit the quiz itself