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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!

 

The next ‘Horley Winter Talk’ is on Friday March 3rd

The Michael Hardinge Trust are holding the second fundraising talk at the Old School on Friday March 3rd at 7.30.

For tickets email Mike Patching at mike.patching@btinternet.com or call 01295 730039.

Any young person from the village who currently qualifies for a Michael Hardinge grant can attend free of charge

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The first of the ‘The Horley Winter Talks’ is on January 13th 2017…

The Michael Hardinge Trust are holding the first of a series of fundraising talks at the Old School on Friday 13th January at 7.30. There will be a series of these talks throughout the winter by local people. The next one, ‘Digging up the Dead’ (see below) by Dr Druin Burch  will be on Friday March 3rd.

Any young person from the village who currently qualifies for a Michael Hardinge grant can attend free of charge.

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The first of the ‘The Horley Winter Talks’ to take place on January 13th 2017

The Michael Hardinge Trust are holding the first of a series of fundraising talks at the Old School on Friday 13th January at 7.30. There will be a series of these talks throughout the winter by local people – three others are earmarked and will cover such subjects as Oxfordshire History, Medical History and possibly life as a sub-mariner.

Any young person from the village who currently qualifies for a Michael Hardinge grant can attend free of charge.

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MHT May Day Breakfast – a BIG thank you!

May Day Breakfast – a BIG Banger thank you! 

A BIG thank you to everyone who rolled out of bed on a Sunday morning for the Michael Hardinge Trust’s fundraising fry-up!

Over 50 people arrived at the School House to enjoy a cooked breakfast with friends and neighbours! It was lovely to see some new faces together with regular supporters.

The event raised nearly £700 which will help the Trust support Horley’s children throughout their education and to also maintain the School House as a vital village amenity.

We are also very grateful for the generous donations we received and for the wonderful sponsorship and delicious sausages from “debbie&andrew’s” who support rural community initiatives. Do take a look at their website www.debbieandandrews.co.uk for details of their products and for where “debbie&andrew’s” sponsorship is also making a difference. See their post about the breakfast https://www.debbieandandrews.co.uk/community/571-may-day-breakfast-sizzles-up-700-for-horley-village

 

The Trustees could not hold such events without the help of their families who mucked in with everything from frying eggs, to putting up bunting, to washing-up and also making a last minute dash for more sausages!

With many people asking “when is the next one?!” the Trustees will be looking to their diaries …. and to their feathered egg-layers!…..to set a date!

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Mayday Breakfast – Sunday 1st May

You will now have received a leaflet advertising this breakfast event that includes a option to give a donation to the Michael Hardinge Trust if you can’t make it. If  you want to they can be passed to any MHT Trustee. Otherwise don’t forget to book your place, see details…

You are warmly invited to  The Michael Hardinge Trust Mayday Breakfast at the Old School, Horley on Sunday, 1st May Come & enjoy a freshly prepared, cooked English breakfast with toast, tea, co…

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