Celebrating Didcot Harvests: Past and Present
Friday 25th September 7pm, and
Sunday 27th September 4pm
Join us as we celebrate Didcot harvests past and present with plenty of local story telling, artwork and fun.
Special presenters: Stewart & Carol Henderson (poets and regular BBC presenters) -
We are hoping to make a substantial donation to SOFEA and Didcot Food Bank, so please be generous if you are able to.
More information available from Debbie on
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How would you like to send your donation? (suggested minimum donation of £5 per household for those who can afford it). All profits will be going to the charities SOFEA and Didcot Food Bank who do great work helping provide people with food so please be generous.
Online transfer to Andrew Lord, Sortcode: 30-71-98, Account: 42073368 (with your surname as the Reference)
Cash to Andy or Debbie Lord (we will be in touch to arrange)
Drop off donation at All Saints' Church, Didcot
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If you are unable to afford the cost of £5 then please do still register as we want to encourage as many people to participate as possible, whilst trying to raise as much as we can for local charities.
Carol Henderson is a writer, broadcaster and apprentice iconographer. Amongst many other venues, Carol has performed at The Royal Albert Hall, London and The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, New York. Carol’s radio work includes drama readings on various Radio 4 documentaries.
Stewart Henderson is a poet, songwriter and broadcaster. His poetry appears in numerous Key Stage 2 anthologies. The esteemed, Sunday Times radio critic, Gillian Reynolds, said of Stewart’s work, 'he understands the packed power of words, the importance of their use and measure'. Stewart has made numerous social history documentaries for BBC Radio 4, Radio 2 and The World Service. He is a regular presenter on Radio 4’s ‘Pick Of The Week’’.
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