A talk by John Bridgeman on Thursday March 30th at St John the Baptist ChurchHornton.
Tickets available on the door.
At the Hornton Pavilion HORNTON
Thursday, 23rd February at 7.30pm
On Loss of Acute Services at theHorton General Hospital
With Keith Strangwood in thechair and Roseanne Edwards from the Banbury Guardian
speaking on how the NHS plans will affect access to care.
Please come along to hear how Local services will change and what you can do.
As is tradition Mayday celebrations will be held in Hornton on Monday 2nd May starting at 1:00. The Village Green will have Children’s Rides, Toys, Games, Cakes, Pub and Bar-B-Q, “The Famous Human Fruit Machine”, Ladies and Gents Excellent Pre-Loved Clothes, Skittles, Tombola, Plants, the Amazing White Elephant Stall and other animals. As well as Tea and Cakes being served in The Chapel.
Then 2:00 The May Queen with her King and attendants will progress through the village to be crowned opposite the School, followed by Traditional Maypole Dancing.
As Car Parking in the village will be difficult, it is best to approach Hornton from Wroxton down into Bell Street where ample free parking in the signposted Football Pavilion Car Park will be available.
I came across these original drawing maps for the Horley circular walk that Mike Patching, Margaret Condon and I worked from with Kevin Larner (CDC). I will also share the artwork and photos that are contained in this leaflet https://thehorleyviews.com/horley-village/horley-circular-walk-2/ . Debra
Last week on our night hike from Horley Scout camp to Hornton and back to camp before sleeping under canvas on the coldest night of the year so far.
Guides are quackers !
1st Hornton and Horley Brownies will be starting again on Monday evenings beginning the 29th February.
Brownies is for girls aged seven to ten who become a member of a Six and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure. Brownies opens up a world of exciting challenges and the opportunity to try new things and to make brilliant friends.
For anyone interested in joining the first step is to register on the girlguiding website which you can do here: www.girlguiding.org.uk/joinus
“I promise that I will do my best, to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people and to keep the Brownie Guide Law”, which is “A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn every day”.