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A Date for your Diaries Hamsterley Flower Festival will be taking place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th June in and around the Methodist Chapel. Further details will follow, but if you fancy entering a display, it’s time to start … Continue reading
Shrove Tuesday, February 17th at the Churches Together Centre. All are welcome. Anytime between 3:30 and 5pm.
Discovery Evenings in February and March Why not make a note of the following dates in your diary? 2nd February: ‘Discovering Candlemas’ A fresh look at a neglected festivity, with Keith Phipps and Trevor Pitt
The next Discovery Evening is on Monday 1st December at 7.15pm Bishop Stephen Pedley, retired Bishop of Lancaster, now living in Hexham, is coming to speak on: ‘What’s the Bible got to do with Christmas?’
Macmillan – Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Saturday 27th September from 10.00am in Hamsterley Churches Together Centre. Claire Sunter and her family are holding a coffee morning in memory of her mam Edith, who grew up and lived in Hamsterley, who passed away … Continue reading
Monday 6th October 2014 at 7pm. Hamsterley Methodist Chapel and Churches Together Centre. Local MP Helen Goodman is coming to speak, her topic will be “Faith in Politics”. This event is open to anyone and everyone, all are welcome.
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’.