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The Hoppings organising committee would like to offer a sincere and heartfelt “Thank You” for all of the help given to this year’s Hoppings, especially for those wonderful cakes and savouries that sold so well in the Tea Room.
Friday 18th July 2014, Village Hall. A hapless inventor (Dick van Dyke) finally finds success with a flying car, only for a dictator from a foreign government to try to take it for himself.
2 Salters Gate, Hamsterley See details on the Nick & Gordon Carver and Rightmove websites.
Caroline Peacock writes: “The village now has its own defibrillator – and the notice below tells you where it is and what the procedure for using it will be. This could save the life of someone having a heart attack, … Continue reading
Friday 20th June 2014, Village Hall. A funny and touching road trip drama starring Bruce Dern. See more about the film on the IMDB web page, and find out more about Hamsterley Cinema on the Hamsterley Cinema page.
Minutes of the Annual Parochial Church Meeting 23 March 2014 during Sunday Eucharist at St James’ Church Hamsterley.
The Hamsterley Players proudly present a Murder Mystery on Saturday, 7th June. Enjoy an evening’s entertainment and exercise those little grey cells!
Churches Together Centre, Monday 1st June at 7pm. Professor Fred Robinson from Durham University, a government expert on North East issues will be speaking on ‘Scottish Separatism and its effect on the people of the North East’.