The Carshalton Beeches Directory - November 2021

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WALLINGTON FARMERS MARKET Saturday 13 November, 9am - 1pm. Old Town Hall & Library Gardens, Wallington, SM6 3DE Visit the borough’s oldest Farmer’s Market and hosts around 28 local producers stalls each month, offering a range of local produce including meat, fish, cheeses and seasonal fruit and vegetables. Full details at There will be covid-safe measures in place at the market. Volunteer stewards will be onsite to ensure social distancing and market traders will be following Sutton Council’s market trader Covid guidance.

Wallington, Carshalton & Beddington Horticultural Society A group for local people who enjoy gardening

Next meeting is Wednesday 17th November 7 - 9pm ‘Our Plant Industry’ - mint, watercress and lavender. Speaker John Philips All welcome. Any queries, please contact Diane on 020 8669 0318. The Trinity Centre, Holy Trinity Church, Maldon Road, Wallington, SM6 8NO

November’s Talks Tuesday 9th November Tony Pearson A Gaoler’s Tale Tuesday 23rd November Pam Buttrey Cane Hill Hospital: Patients, Potatoes ... And Pigs! Meetings start at 8pm (unless otherwise stated) at Purley United Reformed Church Hall. £22 for the season of 11 talks, £5 per talk for visitors. All welcome.

Carshalton Water Tower Events in the Water Tower, West Street, Carshalton Friday 10 December: Christmas Soiree, with music and seasonal light refreshments. 7.15 for 7.30pm. £6 a ticket. Why not become a Friend and help preserve this wonderful listed building for future generations? Follow us on Facebook for further updates to our events. Contact Mrs Julia Gertz, 136 West Street, Carshalton, SM5 2NR or 020 8647 0984

Banstead Arts Festival Society - The Autumn/Winter Programme 2021-22 Banstead Arts Festival Society is looking ahead cautiously to an Autumn/Winter season, albeit one in which elements of social distancing will have to continue. All four concerts in the season are re-bookings of artists whose dates had to be cancelled last year. The outstanding musicianship of the artists will have been worth the wait. 20th November 2021 - The Consone Quartet play pieces by Mozart, Schubert and Mendelssohn. They are the very first period instrument holders of a prestigious BBC New Generation Artist Award. Appropriate social distancing measures will be continued in the Community Hall and ticket sales will be controlled to ensure no overcrowding. For booking information please see website