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Monthly Archives: July 2010
There were 24 replies to the Film Club survey.
We have a new business in the village: Tubs & Cones traditional 1930-1940’s style ice cream tricycle can be found most weekends selling ice cream in the centre of the village between 1.30pm and 5.30pm (weather permitting).
We have added some new local history pages: • The story of The Blenkinsopp Scandal. • The story of the murder of Mary Jane Dodds in The Hamsterley Tragedy. • The report of The 1977 Beating the Bounds expedition. • … Continue reading
Hamsterley Hoppings 4 is here!!! This year the Hamsterley Hoppings will be on Bank Holiday, Sunday 29th August, on the village green. See the Hoppings page for more details, including the running order. This year we are raising funds for … Continue reading
An Ass Race for 5s, a Wrestling Match for £1 and a Dog Trial for a Purse of Gold. No, these are not events in the 2010 Hoppings, they are from the 1854 Hoppings. See the 1854 programme of events … Continue reading
Hamsterley vs. Witton-le-Wear C.C. Sunday 22nd August 2010, 2pm. The Riverside Ground, Witton-le-Wear.
Walk The Line (2005) (cert 12A) Friday 20th August. Doors Open 7pm. A chronicle of country music legend Johnny Cash’s life, from his early days on an Arkansas cotton farm to his rise to fame with Sun Records in Memphis, … Continue reading
Hamsterley Women’s Institute proudly present their Pudding Evening on Wednesday, August 18th at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. We warmly welcome everyone to come and taste a wide variety of home made puddings. Entrance fee £3.