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Cash in the Attic? Come Along to an Antiques Valuation Day in Hornton this Thursday…

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Hornton History Event August 26th – 28th

Countdown to the Past – Week 1!

Traditional crafts and country skills come to life at our Hornton history event on the August Bank Holiday weekend – Saturday 26 to Monday 28 August. 

Limbering up in the wings we have a posse of Hornton honey-makers (showing off bee hive care and honey ‘extraction in action’), our resident nimble-fingered felt-making expert, a master woodworker whose joints are second to none and stone masons and fossils galore.
 
They will all be at The Way We Were, based at the Pavilion on Bell Street. We’re into the last month of preparations for the event, which will also include a village trail, Memory Lane vintage café, Living Memories magazine and a see-and-touch exhibition. Entrance is free and it’s open 12 noon to 5pm each day, Saturday to Monday inclusive.
 
There really will be something for all the family – and we’ll tell you more about the other star attractions over the next three weeks…so keep reading these Countdown emails!
 
Hope to see you there. There will be plenty of Hornton and Horley memorabilia involved!
 
Hornton History Group

What’s Coming Next Week – 12th October

Due to a last minute surge in events we thought you might like to see what’s on next week and also remind you that you can sync your calendar with Horley Views , so that you will never miss a reminder of what’s on. Remember if you have a event or something you want to promote just email us at horleyviews@outlook.com or point us to the online resource you would like to share, and please let’s us know how you got on, just like Tash and Dave did at the Harvest Auction. Regards Deb 

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JUDAISM IN BRITAIN TODAY – On Monday the 12th of October we are delighted to have secured Penny Faust from the Oxford Synagogue she is coming to outline aspects of Jewish Life . Penny did research in child psychology before stopping to have 4 children and then went into broadcasting/journalism including being a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s – Thought for the Day for 12 years and to World Service religious broadcasting. She has also worked in education and currently contributes to the Oxford Mail on an ad hoc basis. This event will be held at St John the Baptist Church Hornton, at 7.30pm and refreshments will be on offer beforehand and during the interval, as they were in Wroxton. So please do come along as the Church can seat 114 people and this will be a fascinating insightful evening.

3H’s GARDENING CLUB – On Tuesday 13th October at 7:30pm in the Pavilion at Hornton there will be a slide show and talk given by Howard Drury, a Lincolnshire Lad, trained Edinburgh Botanics, 610 Gardening Programmes for Central TV Gardener  and gives talks on almost 100 subjects  and also into computers! The topic is a surprise, always informative and entertaining as he is a regular presenter at the club. All welcome Thanks Brian A

BELL RINGING PRACTICE – Friday 16th Oct from 1815 to 1945 – practice in St Etheldreda’s Church Horley

IRONSTONE BENEFICE CAFE CHURCH – Sunday 18th October  – St Etheldreda’s Church Horley , 10:30am Harvest around the world, Refreshments and activities for all ages

church cafe

3Hs Gardening Club Talk & Plant Sale

The 3Hs Gardening Club will hear about  top tips from an old gardener when the Rev John Carrier gives a talk on Tuesday, May 12, at 7.30pm in the Horton Pavilion.

Plant-Sale-7And don’t forget the 3Hs Plant Sale at 10.30am in the Pavilion on Saturday May 16. Be there early for a bargain!

See 3Hs Garden Club for detail of this group and our calendar

Mothering Sunday Café Church Service – 16th March

Mothering Sunday

The Ironstone Benefice in partnership with Hornton Churches Together would like to invite you to a special Mothering Sunday Café Church Service on Sunday 15th March. This is an informal, relaxed worship style seated around tables. It will take place at Hornton Pavilion with everyone invited to gather between 9.30am and 10.00am either for a late continental breakfast or an early coffee and cake depending on your preference! Tea, squash, child friendly food and children’s craft activities will also be available as will the Sunday papers. Worship will begin around 10am and last no longer than 45 minutes