Category Archives: Villagers

Next Hornton History Group Talk: October 11th

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Horley Conservation Area Appraisal – Submit Your Views

Following the public exhibition and meeting at The Old School on Thursday September 6th September the residents of Horley are invited to submit their views and suggestions to Cherwell District Council by filling in an Appraisal Questionnaire.

The Draft Appraisal Document and a copy of the questionnaire is available on line here or you download the form here and return it to design.conservation@cherwell-dc.gov.uk

Alternatively the document will be available in hard copy format at Bodicote House and at Banbury and Woodgreen libraries.  The public consultation period on the draft appraisal will run from 6 September until 8 October.

IRONSTONE Chamber Music Festival This Friday and Saturday

Tessa and Chris Howell invite you to this year’s Ironstone Festival on Friday and Saturday September 7th and 8th at St. Etheldreda’s church Horley.

There will be several pieces which involve 6 to 8 instruments (sextets and octets) including the wonderful Octet by Mendelssohn.

There is a festival pass if you come to everything with £5 off all tickets for Horley residents, and thanks to the generous Michael Hardinge Trust,  Horley Children in full-time education can come free.

On Sunday 9th there will be a Festival Mass at which the Right Reverend Colin Fletcher, Bishop of Dorchester will preach and celebrate the Eucharist. All are welcome.

See posters below for more information and visit http://www.ironstonechambermusic.com

IRONSTONE Chamber Music Festival 7th and 8th September

Tessa and Chris Howell invite you to this year’s Ironstone Festival on Friday and Saturday September 7th and 8th at St. Etheldreda’s church Horley.

There will be several pieces which involve 6 to 8 instruments (sextets and octets) including the wonderful Octet by Mendelssohn.

There is a festival pass if you come to everything with £5 off all tickets for Horley residents, and thanks to the generous Michael Hardinge Trust,  Horley Children in full-time education can come free.

On Sunday 9th there will be a Festival Mass at which the Right Reverend Colin Fletcher, Bishop of Dorchester will preach and celebrate the Eucharist. All are welcome.

See posters below for more information and visit http://www.ironstonechambermusic.com

The Game’s Up! Arty board games for all the family…

The Game’s Up!

Arty board games promise family fun

Board games fans team up with art lovers on 22 September 2018 when one of the country’s most inventive games designers will offer tips to players trying out her creations during a fundraising afternoon at Chenderit School, Middleton Cheney.

Artist Cally Trench has devised eight board games, each one original and playable yet also a one-off artwork. Bearing intriguing names, such as Gravestones and Dry Bones, Shopping Spree and Trees Versus Axemen, they are for two-to-four players of any age and take up to 20 minutes each to play.

The unusual game-playing opportunity has another arty twist: it coincides with Cally and her artist brother, Nick Trench, staging a joint portraiture show at the Heseltine Gallery, based on the Chenderit campus.

Their Siblings Cannot Agree free show runs till 29 September, displaying their striking portraits of themselves and each other. Mr Trench will be at the gallery during the game-playing afternoon to talk about the exhibition.

Run by Middleton Cheney Library Supporters, the event is 2-4pm on Saturday 22 September. Tickets: £6 for adults; £4 for children (16 or under). Buy in advance at www.ticketsource.co.uk/MCLSGor pay on the door. For more information contact Chris Craggs on Banbury 712949, go to http://www.callytrench.co.uk/board-games.html