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Here’s December’s Herald.
It always sounds a little peculiar at the beginning of December, but Happy Christmas to Horningsea!
As usual this is a very busy month with the usual Christmas events.
First we have the Xmas lights being turned on this coming Sunday, followed by a Nativity play and the very popular Candlelit Carol Service […]
Here’s October’s Herald.
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This year the tempo was upped. For the first time ever we ran out of apples half way through the afternoon and had to gather up people for a scrumping run! Perhaps it was industrial press (thanks John Harrison) or the production line quality scratter (thanks Richard Holton) that enabled us to produce probably the […]
As dawn broke over Horningsea on Saturday 9th there was an air of celebration. With each passing hour villagers could be seen either going to the Church with bags of memorabilia for their exhibitions or to the Village Hall to prepare for the V.E Day celebrations later in the day. There was much hustle and […]
10:30, Good Friday, Jubilee Gardens
All village children are welcome to the Jubilee Gardens to enjoy a Easter Egg Hunt. Adults are also welcome for coffee and hot cross buns.
We do need some mums/dads to help organise the hunt. So if you can help please arrive earlier on the day.
The fifth apple pressing day was fairly wet. The downpour started as we started pressing and only relented when we stopped.
Currently there’s about 80 litres bubbling in various airing cupboards in the village.