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Last of the summer wine….. Pimms & Hedgerow Fizz

Please join us at Hever Viillage Hall Saturday 30th August from 4 30, all are welcome ( friends and family).

Free entry, free home made cake and tea, free Childrens tea party, free bouncy castle, obstacle course, face painting -  because our lovely Parish Council, Church, Residents Association and the Henry are helping us fund this . . . → Read More: Last of the summer wine….. Pimms & Hedgerow Fizz

Summer Evening Event 30th August 7 30pm

Summer Evening Event – Hever Village Hall, 7.30pm

Listen and Dance to Live Music from ‘Revival’, with a Bar and Barbecue. Entry is free

This event is sponsored by the Parish Council (from funding earmarked to commemorate the war across the three villages of Four Elms, Markbeech and Hever) St Peters, the Henry VIII and the . . . → Read More: Summer Evening Event 30th August 7 30pm

Commemorative Concert – St Peter’s Church 6pm 30th August

Commemorative Concert – St Peter’s Church 6pm

Local people will perform poetry, piano and brass music and songs by WWI poets and composers including Rupert Brooke, Wilfred Owen, Ivor Gurney and George Butterworth.

Tickets, in aid of the British Legion, are £4; they can be booked in advance from Joanna Wade on 07958 919631, or . . . → Read More: Commemorative Concert – St Peter’s Church 6pm 30th August

Free Family Tea Party 30th August

Come along to Hever Village Hall for a free family tea party from 4 30pm.

Music, Tea and Cake, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Huge Inflatable Obstacle Course, Splat The Rat, Giant Jenga, Giant Pick Up Sticks, Hook a Duck with prizes.

This event is free thanks to sponsorship from the King Henry VIII, St Peters, . . . → Read More: Free Family Tea Party 30th August

London Bridge Travel

From Saturday 23 until Sunday 31 August, National Rail’s First Capital Connect and Southern services will not serve London Bridge mainline rail station. This is due to Thameslink Programme engineering work to increase capacity and improve connections. London Bridge Tube station will not be affected.

Some Tube and London Overground stations will be busier than . . . → Read More: London Bridge Travel

Gatwick Airspace Consultation – Hever Parish Council’s response

Hever Parish Council responded to the recent consultation on new flight paths for aircraft arriving at, and departing from, Gatwick Airport. The questions with the most relevance to Hever Parish were questions 2 and 3. Those questions and the Council’s response to them is outlined below:

Q2a. Compared with today’s routes, do you believe the . . . → Read More: Gatwick Airspace Consultation – Hever Parish Council’s response

Hever Village Hall

Hever Village Hall Annual General Meeting

8pm on Tuesday, 16th Sept. 2014

8pm in the Hall. All are Welcome

WW1 – Concert, Family Tea, Barbeque and Live music

 

Saturday 30th August – World War I Concert, Family Tea and Summer Event

Family Tea from 4 30pm – Hever Village Hall.

This event is free thanks to sponsorship from the Henry VIII and the Parish Council.   Childrens Tea Party, Tea and Cake, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Huge Inflatable Obstacle Course, Splat The Rat, Giant Jenga, . . . → Read More: WW1 – Concert, Family Tea, Barbeque and Live music

WW1 – WE NEED YOU

WE

NEED  YOU!

Could you bake a cake, scones or sausage rolls? 

Or help put up bunting and lay tables for the Parish WW1 family tea and barbeque ?

Saturday 30th August

The event starts at 4 30 pm so help from 10 . . . → Read More: WW1 – WE NEED YOU

WW1

More than 150 men from the Parishes of Hever, Four Elms and Markbeech fought in WWI. The names are recorded on rolls of honour in Hever Church and Four Elms Village Hall though sadly Markbeech’s is lost.

The dead of Hever were: Cecil James Bartlett Henry Silas Boakes Brooke Cottage Dudley George Clifton St Nicholas . . . → Read More: WW1

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