Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hanging Baskets and Pots

Brighten up your garden. Have you own baskets and containers filled. Beautiful flowering plants and quality compost included. Just bring you containers to me labelled and I will save you time and money. It too big, I may be able … Continue reading

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HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – Celebration in Hamsterley – Photographs wanted

The Hamsterley Website Team were, unfortunately, unable to get to the village celebrations. But, we would still like to produce a web page to commemorate the event. So, if you have any photos of the events in the village – … Continue reading

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Hamsterley WI – Report of meeting held on 12 June 2012

Ann Richards, President opened the meeting. Christine Laidlow, from Etherley and Toft Hill WI gave her report from the National AGM held in London.  She thanked everyone for allowing her to be their delegate to this meeting and said she … Continue reading

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Fire in the Wire

For one night only, by special request: local band, stars of the Dun Cow and Hamsterley club: Fire in the Wire. Saturday 21st July, 7:30pm at Hamsterley Village Hall.

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Hamsterley Social Club presents The Matrix

Saturday 21st July. Hamsterley Social Club. The Matrix. Live Band. Tickets £5 on sale from the club. Doors open 7pm.

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Grit and Grace

An exhilarating evening of Gospel songs introduced and performed by the L.E.C. Gospel Choir. Saturday 21st July 2012, 7pm, in the Hamsterley Methodist Chapel and Churches Together Centre.

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Sale

In the Churches Together Centre (next to the Methodist Church) 21st July, 10-11:30. Raffle * Cake Stall * Bric a Brac * Coffee and Teas

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Hamsterley Cinema – Hugo (2011) (U)

Friday 20th July at 6.30 for 7.00. Village Hall. Orphan Hugo lives in the walls of a train station in 1930s Paris where he fixes clocks and other gadgets as he learned from his father. From veteran director Marting Scorcesse, … Continue reading

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