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 (December 11) EBENEZER, festive rock musical – St Neots Community College, 7.30pm. �5. Box

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 (December 11)

EBENEZER, festive rock musical - St Neots Community College, 7.30pm. �5. Box Office: 01480 374748.

THE Man Who Lost Christmas - Huntingdon Methodist Church, 2pm. Entry is free although RSVPs are welcomed by phoning 01480 423053 Monday to Tuesday or 01480 357236 Wednesday to Friday.

CHRISTMAS bazaar, meet Santa - Manor House nursing home, Huntingdon Road, Upwood, 3pm-6pm. Free entry.

MEMPHIS Underground - Rivermill Tavern, Eaton Socon, 9pm.

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EMERALD Sky - The Aviator, St Ives, 9pm.

REGGIE - Dragoon, Brampton, 8.30pm.

MR Rainmaker - Bulls Head, St Neots, 8.30pm.

ALAN'S Jam - Pig 'n' Falcon, St Neots, 8.30pm.

OR Wot! - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

FRENZY - Floods Tavern, St Ives, 8.30pm.

LAME Dog Blues - Three Tuns, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

SATURDAY (December 12)

CHRISTMAS concert featuring the Hemingford Ladies Choir and New Road Studios and in aid of Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind - Free Church, St Ives, 7pm. �8 and includes festive refreshments. 01480 453438.

JESTERLARF Comedy Club - Wyboston Lakes, doors open at 7pm and show starts at 9pm. �27.95 and includes a three-course meal and a disco. 01480 374687 or www.wegottickets.com

BINGO night in aid of Warboys beaver, cubs and scouts - Warboys WI Hall, George Lane, Warboys, 7pm.

CHRISTMAS concert by Ramsey Choral Society and Ramsey Junior School - St Thomas a Becket Church, Ramsey, 7.15pm. �8/�6. 01487 813075.

CHRISTMAS Tree Festival (also on Sunday) - St Peter's Church, Upwood, 2pm-4pm.

CHRISTMAS Tree Festival (also on Sunday 2pm-4.30pm) - St James' Church, Little Paxton, 10am-4pm.

THE Saints Crafters Christmas Fair with gifts including glass, jewellery and cards - Free Church, St Ives, 9.30am-3pm.

SCONES in the School and second-hand book and toy sale in aid of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal - Old School Hall, Sawtry, 10am-2pm. 07788 111749 or rblr.cambs@googlemail.com

ALAN Jay - Hyde Park, St Neots, 9pm.

EMERALD Sky - Rose and Crown, Somersham, 9pm.

SAWTRY Chorale Concert - All Saint's Church, Sawtry, 7.30pm. �5 or free for under 16s. 01487 832949.

FASTER Muttley! - Aviator, St Ives, 8.30pm.

STOLEN Hat - George and Dragon, Eaton Socon, 8.30pm.

KENNY Bernard - Lord Protector, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

BRIAN St Paul - Victoria, Huntingdon, 8.30pm.

THE KICKS - Anchor, Little Paxton, 8.30pm.

SEMPERFI - Dragoon, Brampton, 8.30pm.

SUNDAY (December 13)

CHRISTMAS Birds and Christmas Music - Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, 2pm-5pm.

BALLROOM dance in aid of Magpas - Hemingford Abbots Village Hall, 2pm-4.15pm. �5. Bring own refreshments. 01480 463862.

DECK The Hall, an evening of Christmas carols and readings in aid of Magpas - Island Hall, Godmanchester, 7.30pm. �25. 01480 371062.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Concert Band's family concert in aid of Action Medical Research - St Peters School, Huntingdon, 3pm. �6/�3. 01480 811027.

HUNTINGDONSHIRE Group Ramblers Waresley walk (10km / six miles) - Meet at Waresley Garden Centre at 10am. 01480 350345.

CHRISTMAS fayre and market with a magical Santa's grotto and carol singing - Buckden School, 3pm-5pm.

CAR boot sale - Huntingdon Racecourse, Brampton, from 10.30am. Sellers pay �7 for a car pitch or �12 for a van pitch. Buyers pay �1 entry.

CAR boot sale (every Sunday) - Papworth Village Hall, 8am-noon. 10p entry.

KIMBOLTON Food Festival - Mandeville Hall, Kimbolton, 11am-3pm. Free entry.

LIVE acoustic music from Copson and Steer - Seven Wives, St Ives, 4pm.

SPLIT Whiskers - Nelsons Head, St Ives, 2.30pm-5.30pm.

JAM night - Hare and Hounds, Eynesbury, 8.30pm.

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

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