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Horningsea Herald April 2017: The 100TH issue!

Here’s the
100th Herald!
There’s quite a lot going on this Easter. However, don’t forget that the deadline for submitting comments on the Waterbeach Barracks Development Outline Planning Application is the 12th April. Every comment from every resident is useful!
See here for useful advice on making comments:
There’s a leaflet attached with plenty of useful information about the […]

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Heritage Open Day 12 September 10am – 6pm

[ September 12, 2015; 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. ] Horningsea Church: 800 years – Horningsea & the Magna Carta

An exhibition and talks – Free Entry

Morning – See the exhibition & the Horningsea “800” Film – great for families!

Afternoon – Bells rung from 2.00 to 2.30pm

From 2.30pm – Short talks on Magna Carta themes:

John Bird (founder of The Big Issue) – Liberty & Poverty.

Rae Langton […]

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800 exploration of the Church: Sunday 27th April 2pm

[ April 27, 2014; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] The last of the Horningsea 800 explorations will be a chance to find out the secrets of the Church!

Walk around the outside and inside, look at the gargoyles and work out whose heads appear on the windows. Look at pictures of the Church over the centuries and see how it has changed – with additions, […]

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Horningsea 800: People and Places Sunday 23rd March

[ March 23, 2014; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] Walk  around  some  of  the  22  listed  buildings  in  the  village,  setting  off  from  the  Church  at  2pm.

Can  you  identfy  them  all?  Do  you  know  which  ultra  modern  Horningsea  house  featured  in  a  television  programme  in recent  months?  Look  at  the  Church  archives  and  work  out  which  is  our  oldest  family  –  Asplins?  Ashmans?  Fishpools?  […]

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