We will be holding our annual Autumn Fayre in the Village Hall on Sunday 5th November from 2 pm to 5 pm. There will be a Local History display, including (hopefully) a DVD on a continuous loop. We have lots of Table Games for children (adults too if you wish!), Craft and Produce stalls, a tombola and raffle. Tea Coffee squash and cakes will be available at a very generous price. A new idea this year, we will be having a “Best Single Bloom” and a “Most Unusual Vegetable” competition. Please bring your entries in the morning from 10 am if possible – or 1.50 pm at the latest……there will be a small prize for the winners!
If you have suitable prizes for the raffle and tombola stalls please contact Christine on 880217. We have one or two spaces available for a stall at the moment, please contact Ray on 881536 for details.
Come and join us for a cuppa and a chat, lots to discuss this month, especially as we have 3 events to either plan or finish off: Barn Dance 28th Oct, Autumn Fayre 5th November, and Christmas Quiz evening on 2nd December. There is tea or coffee, biscuits and a raffle – plus of course our excellent company 🙂
Come for a chat and a cuppa at the Village Hall on Tuesday 8th August…..we have tea, coffee, biscuits, a raffle…..and lots of company.
10am ‘ish to 11am’ish….
Looking forward to seeing you!
After Mrs.Betty Hodgson moved to Church Farm House she soon became involved in village life. She was a valued member of the church often doing the flower arrangements. As President of Honingham Womens Institute, and a member of the darts team, she invited members to her house where they spent many happy afternoons playing tennis and having cups of tea and cake. Many parisheners have fond memories of their children having lots of fun in the swimming pool on the games afternoons. We also enjoyed walking round the garden and viewing the snowdrops. Table Tennis was another of her interests and she was a very good player. She will be remembered with affection by the people of Honingham.
former member of Honingham Women’s Institute
Sad news, resident of many years Mrs Betty Hodgson passed away yesterday at her nursing home. Susan Grant has more details; the funeral is probably next week.
Had an enquiry today from someone doing research on his family tree; trying to trace his cousin, surname Hanwell, who lived on a farm in Honingham……
Thats all the info I have, but if anyone has any info would they let me know on the Honingham email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01603 880089
Don’t forget it’s time for a cuppa and a chat in the Village Hall next Tuesday (9th May) at 10am until 11’ish…..