Monthly Archives: October 2017

Hankerton History at Athelstan Museum

Every Village has a history and we are tracing ours from the Paleolithic to the present. This is an exhibition of photographs, artefacts and memories collected over the past few years that combine to give a surprising picture of a small village.

November 18th 2017 – January 14th 2018

Here’s the poster : HHG Poster A4_Portrait

History Group

Unfortunately this meeting has been postponed again. It is now not taking place on the 31st October. A new date will be published when it has been agreed.

The next general meeting of the History group is postponed by 1 week to the last day in October 31st at 7.30 in the Church as usual. The principle thing for discussion that night is the exhibition at Athelstan  Museum and the committee will hopefully be able enlarge on what we are planning.

Bunny

Visits to NOC and Met Office

I have attached details of visits to the Oceanography Centre and to the Met office. .As usual we are invited to join the party as guests (paying of course).

Note both have high security and you will need your photo identity proof such as your passport of photo driving licence. Be prepared full giving full details.

You will need to be quick for the first.

Bunny

flyer for NOC 1st Nov 2017

Flyer for Met Office 25.11.17

Quiz Night (not long now !)

 – Who wrote the poem that starts: Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
 – Which is the largest planet?
 – In a plug what colour is the neutral wire?
   (Answers below)

Do you like quizzes? Do you know your cheese and onion crisps from your salt and vinegar crisps? Do you like facts about the UK, music and trivia?

If so come to the Hankerton & Charlton Quiz Night on Saturday, 21 October, 7.30pm; Charlton Village Hall.

Doors open 7pm. Bar, nibbles and dips, raffle. Proceeds go to the village hall.

Come as a team or join a team on the night

Tickets cost £6 available from me (tel 575498) or Philip Carter (575465), or in Charlton Margaret Medland (tel 823461) or Terri Chivers (tel 823349)

John Thorne

   William Shakespeare
   Jupiter
   Blue