November Diary

2: Crafts Show begins, Lincoln Castle, Castle Hill, Lincoln. Horse Racing, Jockey Club Cup, Newmarket; Cambridgeshire Handicap Stakes, Newmarket. Motorcycling, World Superbike meet, Donington Park. Swimming, English Schools Team Championships, Leicester.

3: Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity. Sponsored workout in aid of Women's Environmental Network, Spitalfields Market, London E1. Thirteenth Annual Punch and Judy Fellowship Festival begins, Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2.

4: 'Speak to Me' technology exhibition opens, The Science Museum, London SW7. Organ Recital, Birmingham Cathedral.

5: Gala Concert to inaugurate the new Sainsbury Organ, St John's Smith Square, London SW1.

6: Horse of the Year Show begins, Wembley Arena, Wembley. Park Lane Art and Antiques Fair begins, Park Lane Hotel, London W1. Gala performance of Sunset Boulevard in aid of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, Adelphi Theatre, London WC2.

7: National Knitting Exhibition begins, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham. Nottingham Goose Fair begins, Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham.

8: Birmingham International Film and Television Festival begins, Birmingham.

9: Canterbury Festival begins, Canterbury, Kent. Horse Racing, Rockingham Stakes, York; Beresford Stakes, The

Curragh.

10: Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity. 'Walk for Life' sponsored walk in aid of Crusaid, Aberdeen, Brighton, London, Manchester, Glasgow.

12: Charity performance of La Boheme in aid of the British Red Cross Victims of War Former Yugoslavia Appeal, London Coliseum, London WC2.

13: Football, World Cup qualifying: Group One, Italy v Scotland; Group Two, The Netherlands v England; Group Three, Denmark v Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland v Spain; Group Four, Wales v

Cyprus.

14: Wexford Festival Opera begins, Co Wexford, Irish Republic. Golf, Dunhill Cup, St Andrews.

15: Festival of Flowers begins, Hever Castle and Gardens, Hever, Kent. Horse Racing, Dewhurst Stakes, Newmarket.

16: Horse Racing, Dubai Champion Stakes, Cesarewitch, Newmarket.

17: Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. South of England Autumn Fair, South of England Centre, Ardingly, West Sussex. Tennis, Women's International Championships, Brighton.

18: Powerboat Racing, Windermere Records Week, Lake Windermere.

21: Gala performance of Phantom of the Opera in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care, Opera House, Manchester. International Motorcycle Show begins, Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, London SW5. London Motor Show begins, Earl's Court Exhibition Centre, London SW5. Knitting and Stitching Show begins, Alexandra Palace, London N22. Golf, Toyota World Match Play Championship, Wentworth.

22: Guitar Concert in aid of the British Heart Foundation, St John's Church, Hyde Park Crescent, London W2.

23: Daily Mail International Ski Show, Olympia, London W14. Horse Racing, Racing Post Trophy, Doncaster. Rugby Union, London Division v New Zealand.

24: Twentieth Sunday after Trinity. British Summertime ends. Trafalgar Day Parade of the Sea Cadet Corps, Trafalgar Square, London WC2.

27: Rugby Union, Midlands v New Zealand.

30: Mexican Day of the Dead fiesta begins, The Museum of Mankind, London W1. Canoeing, Llangollen International Slalom. Rugby Union, South-West Division v New Zealand.

31: Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity. Hallowe'en.

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