What's on in Huntingdonshire this weekend

IF you are stuck for ideas about what to do this weekend, The Hunts Post what s on guide will give you the low down on what s happening in Huntingdonshire. FRIDAY (November 6) RAMSEY Forty Foot fireworks display – Ramsey Forty Foot Village Hall, childr

IF you are stuck for ideas about what to do this weekend, The Hunts Post what's on guide will give you the low down on what's happening in Huntingdonshire.

FRIDAY (November 6)

RAMSEY Forty Foot fireworks display - Ramsey Forty Foot Village Hall, children's entertainment from 5.30pm with fireworks at 7pm. �4 for adults, �2 for children aged 16 to five years or free for under five year olds.

ALCONBURY Sports and Social Club fireworks display - Great North Road, Alconbury, 7pm. �5 for adults or �4 for children on the gate or �1 discount on each ticket in purchased in advance from Manor Hotel, Sycarmore Farm Shop or the sports and social club.


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THE Story of the Norman Cross Prisoner of War Camp, a talk by Brian Jones for St Neots Local History Society - Eynesbury CofE Primary School, Montagu Street, St Neots, 7.30pm. Non members �2.50. 01480 215169.

PIANIST Andrew Ball - Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon, 7.30pm. �10/�5. 01480 388249.

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GRAPEVINE Blues - Rivermill Tavern, Eaton Socon, 9pm.

FRENZY - Aviator, St Ives, 8.30pm.

ORBITAL Kaos - Hare and Hounds, Eynesbury, 8.30pm.

MATT Harvey - Dragoon, Brampton, 8.30pm.

MATT Gifford - Floods Tavern, St Ives, 8.30pm.

QUIZ night (first Friday of each month) - Montagu Club, Huntingdon, 8pm. �1 per person.

SATURDAY (November 7)

A SPECIAL gala concert to celebrate the 12th anniversary of St Neots Sinfonia featuring soloists Jan Kaznowski and Michal Kaznowski - St Mary's Parish Church, Great North Road, Eaton Socon, 7.30pm. �8 on the door or in advance from 01480 392322.

OFFORD fireworks - Millennium Green, Offord, gates open at 6pm. �5 for adults, �3 for child or �12 for a family ticket.

FEN Song, a ballad of the Fen - Upwood Village Hall, 8pm. �7/�6. 01487 814114.

AUTUMN fayre - Eynesbury Methodist Church, Berkeley Street, 9.30am-2pm. Entry 20p in aid of the church.

PRE-Christmas craft fayre by the Saints Crafters - Free Church, St Ives, 9.30am-4pm.

CRAFT fair - Church Rooms, St Mary's Church, St Neots, 2pm-4pm.

ST Ives Photographic Club exhibition - Free Church, St Ives, 10am-4pm.

HEMINGFORD Art Club autumn exhibition (also on Sunday) - Hemingford Abbots Village Hall, 10.30am-4pm. 01480 463393.

AUTUMN fayre - St Ives Methodist Church, from 10am.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Group Ramblers Great Staughton walk (10km) - Meet at Great Staughton Church at 10am for a walk to Hail Weston and West Perry. 01487 815994.

THE Mistreated - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, 8.45pm.

WIGGY'S Rock Show - Hyde Park, St Neots, 9pm.

LOOSE Ends - Pig 'n' Falcon, St Neots, 8pm.

ST Neots Sinfonia, featuring soloists Jan Kaznowski and Michael Kaznowski - St Mary's Parish Church, Eaton Socon, 7.30pm. �8 on the door or in advance from 01480 392322.

CRAYFISH Rocket - Three Horseshoes, Ramsey, 8.30pm.

FASTER Muttley! - Golden Knight, Sapley, 8.30pm.

MR Rainman - George and Dragon, Eaton Socon, 8.30pm.

BLUE Haze - Aviator, St Ives, 8.30pm.

SEMPER FI - Black Bull, Brampton, 8.30pm.

DIRTY Purples - Horseshoe Inn, Offord D'Arcy, 8.30pm.

SUNDAY (November 8)

TEN for Ten band night featuring Satellite to Nowhere, Three Mile Smile, Paris Like This, Moosic and acoustic sets from Cullen, Johnny Hurcombe, Alta Rich and Katy Watts - Level 2 Nightclub, Huntingdon, 4.30pm. �5. Any bands or soloists interested in getting involved should contact Richard Allan on 07889 388683.

MANDIE Webb - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, 2pm-5pm.

ORBITAL Kaos - Seven Wives, St Ives, 7.30pm.

GENERAL knowledge quiz with Ben - Monkfield Arms, Cambourne, 9pm. �1.

CAR boot sale - Papworth Village Hall, 8am-noon, 10p entry.

CAR boot sale - Huntingdon Racecourse, Brampton, from 10.30am. �1 entry.

- Email your events to: Natalie.bowyer@archant.co.uk

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