As you may know, the Hankerton Village History Exhibition is currently on loan to the Cricklade Museum. As part of this cooperation, we have been invited to a guided walking tour of this historic village, followed by light refreshments in the museum.
The event will take place on Thursday June 21st at 2pm.
To facilitate planning, please can you indicate by Friday June 8th if you would like to attend and if you either require transport or can offer a lift to others. We plan to leave from Hankerton at 1:30pm and I anticipate that we will be back by 5pm. I will give further details once we know more precise numbers.
May I also take this opportunity to remind you that on Thursday June 7th, Mike Lewis will present an illustrated talk including new photographs and information about Hankerton’s unique bells at 7:30pm in the North Aisle.
The parish council is discussing whether to buy a defibrillator. Three to six people would be needed to check it regularly: ideally once a week, and at least once a month. If interested contact John Thorne: firstname.lastname@example.org; tel. 575498.
There are two vacancies on the parish council. If interested contact the Parish Clerk; contact details are on the Hankerton Parish Council website.
All Parish Council meetings are open to the public. The next meeting is on Monday 2 July, 7.30pm; North Aisle.
Here’s an update on the project from Mike Goodyer.
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