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Monthly Archives: February 2011
The programme for 2011 is now available. See the Film Club page for more details.
Dads don’t forget: Sunday April 3rd I have a range of wicker baskets planted with lovely spring flowers. Sizes vary. Prices from £4 – £15. Limited availability so please order early. Contact Helen: 01388 488467, 1 Saunders Villas, Hamsterley
A ‘Red’ night in aid of Red Nose Day. Monday 21st March, 7.30, Village Hall. Come and join us for an evening of fun and laughter. There will be a Quiz on a red theme and one or two silly … Continue reading
Highlights Rural Touring Scheme presents Grand Theatre of Lemmings in… The Descent of Man Hamsterley Village Hall, Sunday 20th March at 6.30pm. Using a giant book with illustrations that spring to life through film and imagination together with live music, … Continue reading
18th March, The Village Hall Hit comedy from Richard Curtis, charting the rise and fall of a 60ʼs Pirate Radio Boat. All proceeds from this film go to Red Nose Day, so join in and come dressed up in your … Continue reading
The next meeting is in the Village Hall at 7 p.m. on Tuesday March 8th 2011. Lisa Lane “Loopy Lisa Fudge” will give a talk on running a small business. This month’s competition theme is:- A bom-bom dish. New members … Continue reading
Caroline Peacock writes: “Dear Friends, For the reasons that Vicky explains below, we shall still be joining the meeting in Hamsterley Forest at 11am on Saturday morning. We hope as many people as possible will be there too.”
Our President, Ann Richards, opened the meeting with the singing of Jerusalem. Apologies for absence were received from Hilary Jenkins, Joan McDowall and Angela Watson.
Caroline Peacock writes: “Dear Friends, As you know, the Methodist Chapel is planning to make some improvements, not least a covered way between the chapel itself and the hall, and the introduction of much better toilet and kitchen facilities. Good … Continue reading
We have a small gray/tortoiseshell cat living in our garden, eating the bird food and the birds! Very friendly but doesn’t want to come indoors with me. Has anyone lost her? Caroline Clare <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Iris Tinkler writes: “My g g grandfather was John Joseph Burn, born 1882 in Hamsterley. His mother was Jane Burn, born 1811. Her mother was Dorothy Burn, born 1771. Can you give me any information about them. I am researching … Continue reading