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Category Archives: Events
21st March – Senior Citizens Luncheon
6th April – Easter Egg Bingo/Fish & Chips
7th July – Village Day
2nd September – Boat Trip
29th September – Apple Pressing Day
13th October – International Evening
4th November – Bonfire Evening
2nd December – Christmas Tree Lighting
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[ January 25, 2018; 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. ] At the Plough and Fleece, Horningsea
BURNS NIGHT: Poems and Pints
From 8pm, come along and celebrate the birthday of the Ploughman Poet,
bring an instrument, a song, or poem and join in! Enquiries to Tony Phillips email@example.com or Rae Langton firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fancy dinner beforehand? From 6pm, a menu option of
haggis, neeps, tatties, with a whisky sauce (veg options […]
Wednesday 24th January, 2018, Village Hall
The HRA is having its Annual General Meeting on the 24th of January at 19:30 in the Village Hall.
It’s when we discuss the events of last year and plan the coming year.
All the village is invited and most welcome to listen to what happened during 2017 and get involved with […]
[ September 9, 2017; 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. ] At St Peter’s church, Horningsea
This ancient church was heavily made over by “trendy” Victorian architect Thomas Jekyll, a friend of Whistler and Pugin. He lifted the roof, designed the gates and made the choir pews with individual carvings of wild flowers. Come and see his work and an exhibition of his drawings. See “before” […]
[ August 29, 2017; 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. ] Join Fenland botanist Jonathan Graham and Pete Case from Freshwater Habitats Trust to learn more about why Quy Fen is such a special site for wetland plants.
Meet at Horningsea-Clayhithe road layby (just north of the village of Horningsea) postcode CB25 9JD at 6:30pm for a guided walk around the site lasting approx. 2 hrs.
Here’s August’s Horningsea Herald.
A late edition, that was not in the emailed newsletter, are “Madrigals on the River with Fen Edge Voices”, on Sunday, 20th August, at 18:15 in the garden by the river of Church End House, Horningsea. Bring your picnics and chairs!