Royston Field Fete 2018 The Penge Festival will open with the Royston Field Fete 2018 on Royston Field on Saturday 2nd June 2018 Stalls are priced at just £20 please contact Maureen on 07983 796 089 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Penge Festival 2018 Organ Recital – 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY, JUNE 5th, 2018 – PENGE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Teddy Bears Picnic for children and families. Lots of fun to be had. Meet the big bear and enjoy a picnic. Food provided
Clause 1V – Live Music at The Goldsmiths Arms Penge Friday 8th June 2018 – 8:00pm
Back by popular demand, this will be the second year for The Penge Festival Quiz, with quizmaster Kevin Brooks Can the trophy be reclaimed this year! This is a ticketed event. Tickets cost £8.00 which will includes a chicken and chips supper. Licensed Bar Tables of no more than 6 To purchase tickets please call Maureen 07983 796 089/ email email@example.com
This is a Thanksgiving service that will be held at St Anthony’s RC Church, Genoa Road, Penge, SE20. The service will be built into the family mass.
This walk we be led by Ishpi Blatchley. The Meeting point will be at the Friends of Cator Park noticeboard, in Cator Park at 9.00pm. Bat Detectors will be supplied. No dogs permitted for this walk. There will be a retiring collection.
Home Front Penge – How we lived through the First World War As part of the Penge Festival – Local Historian Martin Spence will give an illustrated talk to mark the centenary of The First World War.
Oh What a Lovely War 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1 and we commemorate this event with a special showing of the film version of the stage Musical made famous by Joan Littlewood and the film was directed by Richard Attenborough and features a cast of some of the most famous actors of the time. The film focuses mainly on the members of the Smith family who change their initially sunny views on World War…