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Monthly Archives: July 2013
The Parish Council has received a number of complaints over recent months regarding the condition of the Village Pond. In the most aggressive of these, the Councillors are challenged to explain what they are doing to care for the pond. … Continue reading
Minutes of a meeting of Hamsterley Parish Council held at 7.00pm on Monday 8 July 2013 in The Village Hall, Hamsterley 1. Present: Jane Bee (Chairman), Mark Coatsworth (Vice Chairman), Sue Heslop, Julia Hunter, Jonathan Peacock, Caroline Peacock (Clerk)
Chris Davies writes: “If you would like to go on board this ship, she is having an “Open Day” on the 15th August. Guided tours around the ship between 10 am and 4 pm at Spillars Quay, Newcastle Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.” … Continue reading
Hamsterley Churches Together have pleasure in inviting you to a fun afternoon with picnic (food and drinks will be provided) On Wednesday 14th August at the home of Kate and Ian Bonas, Bedburn Hall.
A new History item: The Protestation Return – 1641. In 1641 all adult males were required to make a Protestation under oath in support of King and Parliament, defending the Protestant religion against all Popery . . . Read more … Continue reading
Ann Richards welcomed everyone and we opened the meeting with the singing of Jerusalem. The minutes of the last meeting were read and signed.