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Category Archives: Events
If anyone would like to donate any unwanted books for the ever popular book stall at the Hoppings, please contact Ian and Barbara, Ivy Cottage, 01388 488480, or John or Julie, 01388 488420. They can collect or can normally be … Continue reading
The 8th Hamsterley Hoppings will take place on Sunday 24th August, 11am – 4pm, so now it’s time to get your thinking caps on and start deciding what your scarecrow is going to be, this year there is no theme so there’s … Continue reading
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.
To Heatherslaw Mill, Etal Castle and Lady Waterford Hall at Ford. On Wednesday 23rd July 2014. Cost: £11.15 plus coach. Further information from Ann Richards, tel: 01833 638072.Stil a few seats left on the coach. You are most welcome to … Continue reading
Tasty treats in the Garden Saturday 2nd August from 3-5pm. Enjoy the World War 1 Commemoration display and have your tea in the Millennium Yew Garden, next to Hamsterley Methodist Chapel.
December 10th 1964 saw the official opening of Hamsterley Primary School’s new building. The school had opened for business in January of that year, with pupils and teachers helping move the furniture from the old school (now the Village Hall) to … Continue reading