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
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 Annual General Meeting
8pm on Tuesday, 16th Sept. 2014
8pm in the Hall. All are Welcome
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
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
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
Hever Rose and Horticultural Society will be holding their Flower and Vegetable show Saturday 16th August.
If you would like to exhibit (2o pence a class), you must give notice to the show secretary, Mrs Jan Tolfree, Roxanna Cottage, Pigdown Lane (01342 850206) by 6pm on the Thursday before Show day.
The longest . . . → Read More: Flower and Vegetable Show Saturday 16th August
“The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime.”
Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary, uttered these words on the eve of Britain officially entering the First World War. Exactly 100 years later the British Legion are inviting people to join together in a national moment of reflection.
. . . → Read More: 4th August – lights out for WWI commemoration at Hever Church
All are welcome to join in all or some of these three events on Saturday 30 August: Family tea Tea at Hever Village Hall from 5pm onwards. This event is free thanks to sponsorship from the Henry VIII. Concert St Peter’s Church 6pm Local people will perform poetry, piano and brass music and songs by . . . → Read More: World War I Commemoration concert and Summer Event
Join us for Evensong at St Peter’s Hever 20th July when the Archdeacon will be admitting Jane Rosam and Louise Nightingale as the new Church Wardens.
After the service there will be drinks and nibbles in the Bullen Chapel while a quarter peal is rung by a local band of ringers to celebrate the occasion.
Jane and Louise would . . . → Read More: Evensong at Hever 6pm 20th July