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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Banks Renewables Ltd have now submitted a formal planning application for five industrial-scale wind turbines at Windy Bank, the site that borders the road we all use along the top of Hamsterley Forest.
Highlights Rural Touring Scheme presents Northumberland Theatre Company in Tartuffe by Molière, a new performance version by Stewart Howson. In Hamsterley Village Hall on Saturday 15th October at 7:30pm. Tickets: adult £6, children £4, family £18. Available from Jaquie on … Continue reading
Tuesday October 10th, 7pm, in the Village Hall. Competition: A Savoury item to be eaten at supper. Hostesses: Carol Elliot, Rita Goudry. Raffle: Hilary Jenkins. Vote of Thanks: Sue Heslop. New members and visitors are always welcome.
Dance with The Kirkcowan Sound, on Saturday 8th October at 8:00pm, in the Village Hall. Please bring your own food and drinks. Tea and biscuits will be provided. For more details and tickets please contact Juliet on 01388 488287 or … Continue reading
250 people visited the Historic Hamsterley event in the Village Hall on Saturday 13 August. There was a real buzz about the place as people took in the pictures and exhibits, eagerly reserved their seats for the five minute talks, … Continue reading