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Category Archives: Horningsea Herald
Here’s the Horningsea Herald for September 2017.
As our summer draws to a close there’s still a hectic calendar of events to fit in.
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!
Here’s July’s Herald.
July is generally a busy month and guess what…!
– It’s Village Day tomorrow (1st July). As last year there’ll be the Stomp Happy Ceilidh band, so bring your dancing shoes.
– Then the following weekend it’s the Horningsea Horticultural Show.
– It does not stop then though as there’s two weekends of music, art and […]
Title: The Closing Date for village show entries is on Wednesday 6th July 2017Location: Entries accepted at Meadow View, High Street, Horningsea.Description: This is our closing date for accepting entries to the Village show. Be Sure to get yours in in time!Start Time: 21:00Date: 2017-07-06
For more entry forms see Horningsea Village Show
The end of April saw some very sad news with the death of Margaret Dorrington. A Horningsea stalwart and the village’s eldest resident. Just two months short of her 101st birthday. She will be missed.
In brighter news the village did see two new Horningsea residents being born!
It’s the Horningsea Parish Council annual meeting tomorrow […]
Here’s March’s Horningsea Herald.
As you are undoubtedly aware there will be a new housing development on the old Waterbeach Barracks site north of Waterbeach. This is a significant development, with approximately 10,000 houses over a 20 year period and will significantly change this area.
There’s a lot of information contained within this month’s Herald about the […]