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We’re Jammin’ For Gary

We’re Jammin’ for Gary to celebrate the many roles of The Fantastic Mr. Fox and fund raising for Thames Valley Air Ambulance as they landed on our Cricket Field to help him.

One of the many roles Gary played was that of  a “Pied Piper”; he managed to get so many children and adults to join in the concerts that we started in Horley. Gary loved reggae and a strong bassline, so its “gonna be all about the bass” and “we’re jammin’, jammin’, we hope you like jammin’, too.

This event will also raise awareness for both the “Hands off Horton” Hospital campaign and the Youth Offending Service, both of which were very important to Gary.

To read more about Gary, how to make a donation to the Air Ambulance and to leave us a message please go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/GaryDFox

Thanking you in advance, with love Deb, Grant and Lauren xxx

Please note that due to the capacity of our church this event is invitation only, we have tried to include everyone via a Facebook invite and email. However if you knew Gary and you would like to join us on Monday 1st May then please email theboma@icloud.com so if numbers permit we’ll try and “jam” you in!

 

Come and help the Annual Village Litter Pick this Saturday…

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Help keep our village litter free by joining the annual spring clean!

The annual village litter pick will take place on the morning of Saturday 11 March.  With a good turnout the exercise should take no more than one hour to complete.

Would volunteers please gather in front of the Red Lion at 10.00am on the 11th.  Protective gloves, picking equipment and sacks will be provided by Cherwell District Council.

Let’s keep Horley looking beautiful!

 

Annual Village Litter Pick is on Saturday March 11th…

litter-pick-2017
Help keep our village litter free by joining the annual spring clean!

The annual village litter pick will take place on the morning of Saturday 11 March.  With a good turnout the exercise should take no more than one hour to complete.

Would volunteers please gather in front of the Red Lion at 10.00am on the 11th.  Protective gloves, picking equipment and sacks will be provided by Cherwell District Council.

Let’s keep Horley looking beautiful!

 

HanFest Food & Craft Markets – Gets Folked Up – You’re Invited

Another Hanfest just over the road in our sister village Hanwell with a few folk from Horley and Horton! The 3H’s now have music and crafts to add to our gardening collaborations. What a creative community we have here in our little corner of North Oxfordshire, hope to see you there. Deb

See http://www.hanfest.co.uk for more details ……..

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Start your Christmas shopping early at HanFestive Food & Craft Market at St Peter’s Church Hanwell – Free Entry –

Saturday 26 November at  11am – 5pm and Sunday 27 November 11am – 4pm

AND for one night only Hanwell gets folked up and you are invited to the Folk Night & Supper

Saturday 26 November at 7:30pm – Adults £10, Child (7 – 16 years) £5 – Price of the ticket a tasty hot meal & of course a night of live entertainment!

Get ready for a fiery jig! Brimstone’ folk band performs live and will get you up for a fiery jig!  Plus ‘Horwell’ local folk group performs.

Dancing • Food & Craft Stalls • Bar with local beers!

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See http://www.hanfest.co.uk for more details ……..

 

Summer Fete – Next Saturday 25th June

Picture2Horley’s Summer Fete  is NEXT Saturday 25th June, lots of work has gone into making this annual event special so make sure you get there from 2 to 5pm, in the Old School and Church.

Stalls include the tombola, plants, bric-a-brac, splat the rat, homemade cakes, nice or nasty jars, water or wine and many more.

Wandering minstrels, refreshments – teas, cakes, Pimms and a barbecue

Raffle Prize Draw – first prize £100 cash, second prize a BMW for a weekend.

 

 

 

Wanted: Bric-a-brac for the Summer Fete -25th June

Summer FeteHorley’s Summer Fete this year is on Saturday 25th June and will once again include the popular bric-a-brac stall.  So please dig out any toys, books and other bric-a-brac you no longer need and someone from the Ladies Guild will be round to take them off your hands during week commencing 13th June.

And whilst you’re having a cleansing sort out of your cupboards and places for bric a brac, if you come across any spare bottles of wine or tombola prizes you would like to donate, the Ladies Guild will happily take them off your hands too and put them to good use.

Don’t forget then to come along and enjoy this wonderful annual event from 2 to 5pm, in the Old School and Church.

Raffle Prize Draw – first prize £100 cash, second prize a BMW for a weekend.  Stalls include the tombola, plants, bric-a-brac, homemade cakes, nice or nasty jars, water or wine and many more. And of course there will be refreshments – teas, cakes, Pimms and a barbecue – so you won’t go hungry or thirsty!

(Please drop off donations of cakes and homemade produce on Saturday morning.)