Events

Many of the events listed in this section take place in Tatham Fells Old School, which is behind the Church of the Good Shepherd. Map | Directions 

Sat 12 Aug
2.00 pm
TATHAM HISTORY SOCIETY SUMMER VISIT 2


Lowgill and Ivah
Come and learn about new research into Lowgill village and the settlement at Ivah, with John Wilson.
Meet at Lowgill.


Mike Winstanley 015242 21277

Sat 9 Sep
7.30 pm
MUSIC IN THE FELLS CONCERT
Church of the Good Shepherd, Tatham Fells


TABUKA

Tabuka play a surprising mix of Klezmer and European grooves with a dash of English, Irish and Breton – a wonderful cocktail.
Jane Lawrence on fiddle, Ben Farmer on accordion and Paul Beevers on guitar and bouzouki will delight and inspire you with their driving rhythms and exciting sounds.
Paul has been playing in Tabuka for over fifteen years. As well as playing the guitar he is also a maker of guitars, mandolins and citterns. Ben is highly regarded as a talented and versatile musician and performer and Jane is a talented violinist who has been described as “making music passionate and lyrical; tender and strong; sad and joyful”.

For the members of Tabuka music is their life and passion and they will make 9th September a memorable evening. As always at Music in the Fells concerts the evening will be rounded off with drinks and nibbles and a chance to meet the band members.

TICKETS including light refreshments:
£15 |£5 under 18 or student | £35 family
Proceeds to Church and The Old School


Carole Butcher  015242 63095 or Jane Proctor 015242 62648

Sat 11 Nov
7.30 pm
TATHAM HISTORY SOCIETY AUTUMN TALK 1
at St. James the Less church, Lower Tatham


‘The Fosters of Hornby Castle and Black Dyke Mills and the rebuilding of Tatham’s churches in the 1880s’.
Mike Winstanley
All welcome.  Light refreshments. Non-members £2.


Mike Winstanley 015242 21277

Sat 25 Nov
7.30 pm
TATHAM HISTORY SOCIETY AUTUMN TALK 2
at The Old School, Tatham Fells.


‘The Poor Law in Tatham’ – how the parish used to look after – and pay for – the poor, aged, orphaned and sick.
John Wilson
All welcome.  Light refreshments. Non-members £2.


Mike Winstanley 015242 21277

Sat 9 Dec
7.30pm
TATHAM HISTORY SOCIETY AGM & AUTUMN TALK 3
at The Old School, Tatham Fells.


‘Coin Clippers and Counterfeiters’ – Tatham men’s involvement in a notorious crime in the 17th century.
Bronwen Osborne
Preceded by AGM. All welcome.  Light refreshments. Non-members £2.


Mike Winstanley 015242 21277

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