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Mobile phones and printer cartridges should be bagged separately. There will be no change to the planned detour. Unfortunately, they will not be organising a large, group litter picking event this year, but will be taking part in the Great British September Clean. Please be aware that there are more farm vehicles passing through the village at this time of year.
With breathtaking singing, nimble storytelling and noisy audience participation there was a strong sense of wonder and joy in being able to be part of a live performance again. Happy news. Great to go to an open air concert during these times, at the same time supporting local musicians! Parking is available in the field next to Whitley Mill House.
Hexhamshire Lynda White Rev. The Service will begin at 5pm and will include prayers and praise. Fran has checked the guidance from Badminton England and we have a green light. Red kites have become a common site around Horsley over the last five years.
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Wearing a mask or visor will be discretionary, depending on s. Please contact her on Please see the Slaley Village website for more information: www. There should soon be a link to enable on-line booking on the Parish website. Opera North entertained an enthusiastic audience of all ages.
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Booksmobile phones and printer cartridges are also required but should be bagged separately. MANY congratulations to Dexter who was given a special gardening club award for the making of a fantastic hanging basket. BOTH the missing tortoises who tried to make an escape from the village have found their way back home. Open-sided cover for rain, digital live-stream alternative for inclement weather. Keep your eyes peeled! Audience s are limited.
These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience — the local community. All welcome. A blanket and hot water bottle recommended for maximum comfort.
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Thank you Jan. You may know that the Government has launched the Rural Broadband Upgrade Fund, with Northumberland being one of the pilot areas for funding. If we have to retreat indoors, please bring a mask. Riding Mill Pam Pryor Manager, Suzanne Hot for postman Hexham po 7 25, and the trustees are working hard to encourage regular clubs to return to our village halls, reassuring us that all safety measures have been taken to enable social distancing, with sanitising precautions and risk assessments undertaken.
Jewellery, ornaments and bric-a-brac cannot be accepted. Not only are there great views of some of the Pennine peaks and the Whin Sill crags, but on a clear day you can see the Simonside hills and the Cheviots.
Items should be securely tied and put straight into the van. The hall will not be open. The venue has temporarily been changed from the Parish Hall to the Millennium Hall as the latter provides a large room where it would be easier to keep distanced for activities and even for toilet access. A set of geometric climbing blocks will soon be installed and the zip wire seat will be replaced at the same time. So encouraging that ways and means are being found to bring us a bit of musical joy.
It is hoped that there will be many more. In the old copse, you can see the sandstone quarry, where possibly stone was removed to construct some of the Victorian houses in the village. Thanks to all who supported, and Stratosphonic hope to announce a follow-up gig soon — it will be eagerly awaited! Villagers need to demonstrate to suppliers that there is enough interest in Riding Mill for them to consider improving broadband in this area so please register by September 30 at broadband-upgrade-fund. The Black Horse will be galloping back into Bellingham from Wednesday September 16, as the mobile branch of Lloyds Bank returns for its weekly visit.
Schedules, protocols and entry forms are available online or from the Garage. The North Tyne has been yielding a bumper catch of salmon and sea trout during the recent wet weather - long may it continue!
The support has proven to be quite successful at the Lion and Lamb public house. The Forge is currently opening on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays so this exhibition can only be viewed on these days between 10am and 4pm. The show is open to the public between noon and 2pm. Bellingham Birtley Nail The big clean up at the cemetery over the Bank Holiday weekend went well, with more than half a dozen volunteers lending a hand to rub down paint railings, clear paths of moss, and generally tidy the place up on both Friday and Saturday The work on the railings has certainly tidied up the entrance to the village, as has the lopping of the vegetation which has obscured the brown tourist information close to the forestry offices for the past decade or so.
The charity is looking for clothing, bedding, curtains, towels, handbags, belts and shoes which can be left outside the hall on Wednesday. Please send any contributions for these notes to robert.
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Cakes can be left from 9. The show is open to the public from 5pm with free admission and the sale of flowers and vegetables takes place at 7. Tel or oilorderfawside gmail. If you are keen to return to some normality, this first meeting may be the perfect opportunity to move forward. If you were looking forward to the scaled down leek show on Saturday, you will have to wait a little bit longer. IT is the start of harvest in Horsley with the cutting of some of the barley and rape seed.
It will take place on the sports field at Whitley Chapel on Saturday, September There are only a few days left to photographs into the online competition as the closing date is Tuesday, September 8. Stringent measures were taken to ensure the event was Covid-secure, even the band were socially-distanced and the tables were well-spaced for groups to feel comfortable and relax. IF you wish to enter the village competition for the tallest sunflower and the largest sunflower head, please submit your measurements by September 4 to Hazel. If you would like anything included in the Hexhamshire notes please contact me on or me soc25lew aol.
Evensong will be celebrated at St. The service will be streamed live on the Redesdale Churches Facebook at www. The show will now take place on September 13 at Westlands Allotments, rather than the town hall, and will feature only leeks and onions. There are limited spaces,which are free,contact admin golocalfood.
Please bring your own seating: picnic rugs, camping chairs or whatever you feel comfortable sitting on for an hour! This is also one of the farewell services for the Rev Dr. There will be a bring-and-buy cake stall, in aid of St. All cakes must be wrapped separately, to be sold as packed.
Please send your photo entries to hexhamshireleekclub gmail. A fantastic night was had by all, and feedback from the local crowd who attended and villagers listening from their gardens was that the event showed Matfen has a great community spirit. Jan emphasises that the decision to attend is one that everyone must take individually, seeking advice if appropriate.
THE Hearth cafe is open every day for take outs. For more information on classes check the Hexhamshire magazine.
It is still advisable to book a table if you wish to eat or drink inside. Whilst the closure is in force, the council will carry out the cutting of overhanging branches and encroaching hedges to improve visibility for road users. Older children welcome, under 15s free. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times.
cellist Katie Tertell and accordionist Annie Ball for an early evening, candlelit concert of fantastic live music: local folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass.
Under a darkening, starry sky, with the moon rising behind the church spire, people steadily chilled, and some tried out their own dance movements to keep warm. Those you do see are predominantly from local businesses promoting local services. The garden area has been busy on good weather days and booking is not essential for these areas. THE parish council would be very grateful if anyone who borrowed one of their litter pickers from the Institute over the lockdown period, and is no longer using it, could return it to the Institute entrance foyer so they can be used in future events.
If you suspect your offspring might have been involved, the school would be very grateful if you could please ask them to desist.