Friday February 28th 2020 in Horsell Village Hall. Horsell High Street
Starts at 7 until 10 30 . Tickets cost £12 50 (Children £7) Bring your own food and drink
There will be (free) cakes and a raffle
Tickets can be bought in advance from Mike Couper 01483 770920 or bought on the night
Everyone is welcome; a great family and sociable night out. There will be a live folk dance band and a caller who tells us just what we have to do! Lots of laughs and great exercise too!
Saturday September 28th 11am to 3 pm
Horsell garage and table top sale trail
All around the streets of Horsell, mostly around the High Street, there will be at least 24 garage or yard sales where you can pick up a bargain of children’s toys, clothing, bikes scooters, books. Or Household items. Or Homemade cakes or tandoori chicken and pakoras or jams. In Scout HQ there are 20 table top sales including Aviation books.
Broomhall lane, Brewery Road, Church Hill and Lych Way, the High Street, Bury Lane, Ormonde road, Rosehill Avenue, Horsell way, South Road, Russell Road, Hammond Road,Manor Road, Bullbeggars Lane.
Just wander round the streets and browse and buy! You only pay for what you buy! Free map and details from Costcutters, Apples and Pears, Patches, barber’s, laundrette
Refreshments also available: Manor Road ( teas) and Horsell Scout HQ
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28th
WHERE? Horsell Streets and SCOUT and GUIDE HQ, HIGH ST.
WHEN? 11am to 3 pm
HOW to REGISTER: GARAGE SALE: email@example.com or 01483 767980
TABLE TOP SALE: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost : £5 for Garage sale and £10 for Table top registration. The costs will cover creating a free trail map, use of Scout HQ with any profit going to Scouts and Guides
A good way to recyle/sell “stuff” , crafts, cakes, art work etc and use the money for a charity of your choice, pocket money, trip… anything.
Garage sale/ yard sale
Last year, the more successful garage sales were in the more easily accessible central streets of Horsell ( Bullbeggars lane as far as Church Hill /Brewery Road/ streets off Horsell High Street)and where there were “clusters” so that getting round on foot was easy! If you live on the outskirts, try to “ buddy up” with a friend
Table Top sale at Scout and Guides HQ ( behind the Village hall: parking spaces too)
Indoors. one table per £10. Best to book a table so you are undercover and warm. Good if you live away from the centre of Horsell
See information in The Resident due out beginning of September
Register by September 14th to guarantee getting onto the trail and table top map
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th at 7.30 pm
HORSELL VILLAGE HALL
Fantastic live band and caller with music all evening.
Bring your own food and drinks but there will be cakes provided.
This Barn Dance has been organised by Mike Couper and all profits will go to St Mary’s Church.
buy tickets in advance from St Mary’s or contact Mike on 770920 or buy tickets on the door
£10 per ticket. £7 for children.
This is a lively, fun, family friendly evening
SATURDAY 14th DECEMBER at 7 30 pm
WHERE? ST. MARY’S CHURCH, CHURCH HILL , HORSELL
Horsell Community Choir will be singing an entertaining collection of songs sung “a Capella “ in three or four part harmony, arranged and directed by Anna Tabbush. Their songs range from traditional British folk music to modern pop and rock classics.
More details in the Autumn edition of The Resident
WEDNESDAY MORNING WALKS every week of the year starting at 10 am
THURSDAY EVENING WALKS every week until end AUGUST starting at 7.30 pm
MEET: arrive 10 minutes early
WHERE? HORSELL HIGH STREET, by the main notice board, near BEIJING restaurant
HOW LONG? The walks on average are about 4 miles, lasting 90 minutes to 2 hours
EVERYONE is welcome. Just turn up whenever you would like to go for a walk. The walks are free and there is no registration. The terrain is level. The walks go onto Horsell Common, the Basingstoke canal, as far as St. Johns and Hook Heath golf club and also to Maclaren Park.
Lovely walks and nice chats
FRIDAY DECEMBER 6th and SATURDAY DECEMBER 7th
ST. MARY’S CHURCH, HORSELL
WHEN? SATURDAY DECEMBER 7th, 2 to 6pm
WHERE? HORSELL HIGH STREET
LOTS of LOCAL CRAFTS and FOOD STALLS and GIFTS
LIVE MUSIC in the STREET and inside : BANDS, CHOIRS, SOLO
and FATHER CHRISTMAS
Contact details either for stalls or to help:
Sunday, November 10th at 11am
The War Memorial, Horsell High Street
WHEN? throughout the summer from launch July 7th to August 31st
WHERE? Around the Village
DROP IN WORKSHOPS: SATURDAY JULY 13th 10am to 1pm
MONDAY JULY 29th 2pm to 5pm
Free of charge:No need to book, just drop in to Horsell Parish Institute, 119 High Street, Horsell, GU21 4SS
Once there are a suitable number of creations, a trail map will be created
For more details, contact email@example.com or lots more information in “The Resident” page 7
SATURDAY JULY 27th , Gates open at 1.30 pm
Exhibits on show from 2pm
WHERE? HORSELL C of E JUNIOR SCHOOL, MEADWAY DRIVE, HORSELL
Enter your best sweet peas, biggest marrow or bake a cake. Enjoy looking at works of art, prize flowers and veg! Watch the Morris dancers or Punch and Judy and much, much more for all the family.
Free schedules available now from Costcutter and other local shops with all the competition details and entry form.
Volunteers needed for the day; Contact Carol on firstname.lastname@example.org, 07836 274801
For more details see The Resident, page 9 or the website
SUNDAY JULY 7th from 11.30 am to 4pm
A free community event organised by Second Thursday Club.
WHERE? The Green opposite The Cricketers Pub, Horsell BIrch, GU21 4XB
Enjoy a lazy afternoon listening to local bands and choirs and meeting up with friends and family. All you have to do is turn up with a rug and a picnic.
below is a schedule for the performers.
12.00 Surrey Ukeaholics
12.45 Bad Weather Friends
1.30 No December
2.15 Horsell Community Choir.
3.00 The Average Chalky White band
All details about the bands and choir in The Resident and Horsell Matters
Volunteers needed to erect gazebos from 8am and dismantle from 4.30 pm and First Aiders
Very limited parking only so please walk if at all possible
SATURDAY 22 JUNE, 11am to 5 pm SUNDAY 23 June, 12 to 5pm .
Buy your schedule for £7 per person in advance so you can plan your visits. Schedules with a map showing all the open gardens are available now from Seymours, Costcutters, Matt the Horsell Framing shop and LIsa Jones.Schedules are also available from anyone opening their garden either in advance or on the day This year there are 27 gardens open, with many of them opening for the first time. Your schedule will also tell you where teas are available . Raffle tickets are on sale with excellent prizes from local businesses including meals for 2 at both The Red Lion and The Cricketers, vouchers from Prince’s Butchers, Squires, Norsworthy’s and “Apples and Pears” and a fruit and veg basket from Boz.
This weekend event is really fantastic and enjoyable for all ages. Meet friends, enjoy seeing all sorts of different gardens and relax with a cuppa and home made cake.
Weekend of Sat 22 June and Sunday 23 June
27 Gardens Open
Schedule available from Seymours £7.
Sunday 7th July 11:30 – 16:00
On the green in front of The Cricketers pub, Horsell Birch.
Bring your own picnic and enjoy listening to live music from local bands.