This year’s programme is once again under the direction of Tessa Howell. The theme is ‘The Stable at Bethlehem’ which will be presented by children with their customary enthusiasm, along with music (supported by a small choir), readings, poems and cards. Everyone is welcome.
And join the Village Christmas Carol Singing on Thursday evening (December 19th).
Meeting at the Old School at 6pm, taking in a stop at the Red Lion and enjoying the generous hospitality of many of our villagers on the way.
Come along, sing a song, raise some money for The Children’s Society and get into the spirit of Christmas!
An exclusive viewing of the film ‘Five Seasons’, ‘an immersive and meditative documentary about the revolutionary garden designer Piet Oudolf’, will be shown on Sunday December 8th at 6.30, at the Old School, in aid of Katherine House Hospice. Click here to see a trailer.
To reserve tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07899025235.
Enterprising young bakers from Hornton are at the Methodist Chapel on Millers Lane, Hornton tomorrow, 11am to 3pm, if you’d like to pop in and support their fundraising event in aid of BARKS – Banbury Animal Rescue & Kindness Service.
The girls – all students at Warriner School – have baked cakes and are selling them – by the slice and whole – with tea and coffee or to take away.
They also have a super raffle – with prizes for all ages and for pets too! – and a lucky dip. And, if you hurry, you can also meet the BARKS mascot, Alwin, the seven-year-old giant white Maine Coon cat. He’ll be there between around 12 and 1.