LOOKING ahead, a table-top sale will be held at Twyford Parish Hall and organised by the local girlguides. 
The sale will be on Saturday, October 14 from 9am-12pm. Admission is free.
The guides will be fundraising throughout the day. To register for a stall, a £5 donation will be needed by September 30. 
For more details visit: forms.gle/jCWwfnTKBYxgGRhr7. 

COLDEN Common is organising garage sales across the village on Sunday September 10, from 10am-2pm. 
For more details or to register your address, which will be added to a map, email: ccgaragesale20@gmail.com or call 01992 715789. 

NEW dates have been announced for a series of talks in Colden Common. 
The Colden Common Talks events involve speakers giving a presentation on a topic of interest. 
They have now stopped for the summer and the dates for the rest of the year are September 13, October 11 and November 8. 
They are held in the Bert Stratton Lounge of Colden Common Community Centre. 

THE Twyford Locality Festival will be held in September. 
The event, which features a wide-range music and entertainment, is on September 2 at Hazeley Fields. 
Headlining this year are Coldplace, the world's leading tribute to Coldplay; Robbie Williams by Lee Pashley; Adele by Natalie Black; Peter Pods Peas; and local trio Roxy. 
There will also be a kidszone; bouncy castles; face painting; Juggling Jakes Circus workshop and shows; PTA tuck shop; ice cream van; bars food outlets; tea garden - with two acoustic sets; Grace Croune Photography - family portraits; Tranquil Forest Complimentary Therapies - Indian Head Massage and Reflexology; and Susie James Jewellery. 
For more details, visit localityfestival.co.uk. 

A DISCO for children is coming to Colden Common at the end of August. 
The Neon Disco Rave will be held at Colden Common Community Centre on August 25, from 11am-1pm. 
There will be music, dancing, foam, neon face-paints and glitter. 
Tickets cost £10 per child and £2 per adult. 
For more details, email tibykidz@gmail.com. 

THE knit and natter group is taking a break for the summer, but will be back in September. 
The group, who meet at Colden Common Community Centre, will next be held on Thursday September 21, from 2pm-4pm. 
They meet on the third Thursday of the month. 

THE Colden Common Community Centre Association is inviting residents to submit ideas for a new logo for the building. 
The competition is open to all Colden Common residents. 
The design needs to be submitted on an A5 size paper, with a name and contact number.  It needs to be handed in at the community centre by Monday September 4. 
All entries will be displayed in the community centre from Monday September 11, and visitors will be able to view and judge each entry. 
The final judging and decision on final design will be made at the community association annual general meeting on Wednesday September 20. 

COLDEN Common Parish Council is appealing for residents to send them new and old photos of the village. 
A message from the parish council said: “A huge welcome to Mary Sands who is the new volunteer editor of the village newsletter which is produced quarterly by Colden Common Community Association. 
“Does anyone have old photos of the village that they would like to contribute for the cover of the village newsletter? Mary is specifically looking for ones that might show 'then & now', to demonstrate how the village has changed or looks different. 
“If you can help, please e-mail clerk@coldencommon-pc.gov.uk and the parish office will pass them onto Mary.”