We are so excited about the event and we are sure it is really going to be a fun day for all the family.
We have 30 stalls confirmed as well as refreshments provided by the local ladies at the W.I, Santa in his grotto where children will get a present, can post their letters to Santa and also the opportunity to get a photo with him, children’s Christmas crafts, children’s song time, Christmas family portrait photographer, with still more fun filled activities to be confirmed.
Each stall holder is kindly donating something for the tombola so our prizes are awesome!
We also have, for the tombola, a Neal’s Yard product, a beautiful handmade cushion, jewellery, room fragrance, to notelets or a colouring map of Hartley Wintney. There will be an array of exciting prizes to try for.
We also have some prizes for the grand raffle. We have a voucher Coffee/tea and biscuits for 6 people at the Eveltham and we also have a voucher for Afternoon Tea for 2 from Highfield Park.
We still have yet more to come and will keep you posted.
Photos and a short summary of the stall holders’ wares will be added to the event page as we receive them, so we can see what to expect on the big day.
HAG ‘N ALL THE TRIMMINGS
An evening of festive fun with HAG, HAG ROCKS and YOUNGSTARS
Enjoy a glittering evening of entertainment and a fish and chip supper for just £16 pp (under 16’s £10).
HAG will be performing a brand new play “Sprouts ‘n’ All That”. It is a short comedy about a group of friends catching up on their plans for the big day, including which roles their teenage daughters will be awarded in the famous village Church Nativity Play this year!
YOUNGSTARS’ show is a simple, humorous rendition of the Cinderella story, entirely in rhyme followed by a Christmas song or 2!
HAG ROCKS starts the festive season off in style with a selection of Christmas classics and some sing-a-long tunes too!
And no booking fee!
I would like to invite you to the launch of ‘A HISTORY OF HARTLEY WINTNEY VILLAGE circa 1910-1920’.
The launch will take place on Saturday 11th November 2017 from 1130am to 12.30pm in Appleton Hall, West Green Road, RG27 8RQ.
The book relates how the village faced up to the First World War and details the important role of women during this difficult period. It also covers trade and commerce and has over 50 photographs and illustrations (many of which have not previously featured in Hartley Wintney books). It is sponsored by Hartley Wintney Parish Council and written by the Parish local history group.
The book will be available to purchase on the day at only £5 (cash or cheque only).
Everyone is welcome to attend and light refreshments will be served. Local history group authors will be in attendance to answer any questions about the book.
With kind regards
Mrs Sarah Daly
Events Manager/ Assistant Clerk
Hartley Wintney Parish Council
1st Floor, Appleton Hall
West Green Road