Following the recent church AGM, here is the Churchwarden’s report for 2013-14.
I was out taking photos to brighten up the website for Spring this week.
It was a great couple of hours in a lovely village and I thought I’d create a gallery for some of the images in case anyone else wanted to see them. See if you can guess where they were taken !
(Apologies for Max – I seem to have a dog that likes the camera !)
The gallery can be seen off the main menu or here.
At last Hankerton has 3 new very smart village signs with art work above the name showing our lovely church. It has taken over 2 years to source and erect the signs having first been suggested by an anonymous benefactor to buy one sign as a gift to the village. The PC decided that purchasing the other two signs would complete the set and enhance the village image and would also commemorate the Queens Diamond Jubilee 2012.
The sign on Cloatley Road has always had a flower planter beneath it, wouldn’t it be nice if the other 2 signs also had planters?
The post has now gone up on the Diocesan Website (please click link below) and will be going ahead to Church Times for April 25th.
Wednesday April 16th. 2014 7:30p.m.North Aisle, Hankerton Church.
Hankerton History Group AGM.
A brief presentation of a year’s events, accounts and overview of what’s to come.
We would welcome new members to join the committee or ideas of events to run, we do not have a formal membership – everyone is welcome to come along .
Have you ever wondered who Jack Tugwell was?
Research by Sue wood has discovered who he was, what he did, where he lived – come along and find out about this brave villager commemorated with a plaque in the bus shelter.
Entry: £2.00. (no tickets required)
Everyone Welcome.More Information: Contact Susan 577526