Witney Blanket Hall events

Friday 5th April and Friday 3rd May

Pie Nights are on Friday 5th April and Friday 3rd May at Witney Blanket Hall, 100 High Street, Witney OX28 6HL. The usual excellent evening: A wander upstairs, and round the garden (if it’s warm enough or you’re feeling brave) and a welcome glass of Prosecco. A starter, a choice of the excellent Mr Pitcher’s home-made pies with mash, pease pudding and/or vegetables, and then a yummy pudding or cheese. All for just £25 a head.

Bring yourself, your companion, your family, or mates, your fanclub or whoever for an Evening of Piemanship and, of course, our beer, wine and cider will be available at the bar. You are also welcome to explore the Hall at your leisure.

Thursday 11th April

Spookiness in The Great Room at 7pm for 7.30pm.

By popular demand, our famous neighbour, Bill Spectre, returns to The Great Room to tell us two fabulous tales:

The Tomb of Sarah by F G Loring – “Great God” he exclaimed. “The woman is alive!”

The Monkey’s Paw by W W Jacobs – “Beware for what you wish – For it may come true!”

Tickets cost £10 including a glass of wine on arrival. There will be an interval between tales with pay bar available.

We have yet to meet anyone who hasn’t enjoyed a “Bill Spectre evening”!

Saturday 20th April

A Walk with History – a morning tour around Witney at 10.30am and a pie lunch!

Come and enjoy the Blanket Trail around Witney with Geoff Tombs. Start at the Blanket Hall with 10.30am coffee and biscuits, and then a guided ramble around Witney’s famous Blanket Heritage and back to the Blanket Hall at 12.30pm for one of Mr Pitcher’s famous pies and a pudding. All welcome.

Tickets cost £20 including coffee, biscuits, tour and lunch.

No one leads a tour like Geoff. No one bakes a pie like Mr Pitcher!

Booking is essential, so please email Eleanor Martin at hall@blankethall.co.uk or phone Eleanor on 07793 007856 any time or 01993 706408 in working hours.