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What’s going on, in the village......

Looking for a local venue,
for a family function, public talk, exhibition, meeting, birthday party, jumble sale etc. etc.
Then check out the Village Hall, New Road
Book the Village Hall: HERE
Perfect for all events.


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Yoga classes restart Thursday 14 Sept 4.30 for Gentle/Chair Yoga and 6.30pm for regular yoga class.

For more information contact:

Penny Taylor

Choose Yoga and Choose Yoga with Penny





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A  View of  Church Street,  Easton on the Hill.

Print of a painting by Wilfrid Wood.

Wilfrid Wood was a British engraver and water-colourist.

He painted urban landscapes of British towns and villages, and lived with his wife in Barnack from 1937 until he died in 1976.

Each print measures approximately 15  x 11 inches with a white border more than 3 inches wide.

£8 each for Society members.  £10 each for non members.

Mailing / Storage tubes are available at £1 each.

All proceeds go to the Horticultural and Crafts Society.

Contact: Daphne Sharpe, General Secretary, 8 The Retreat. 07896640352


Easton on the Hill

What's On The Hill

May 2017

Calling All Knitters and Crocheters

As some of you may be aware, the Village is hosting, in November, a celebration to mark the Centenary of the end of the First World War.

There will be an exhibition in the Village Hall and we would like to decorate the outside of the Hall with a curtain of poppies.

To this end Chrissie Sherwood is co-ordinating the knitting and crocheting of poppies.  Whether you want to contribute 1 or 100 your poppies would be welcome. We’re not looking for perfection, more the taking part, so poppies made by young and old, experienced crafters and “newbies” would be very welcome.

Chrissie has patterns for both knitted and crocheted poppies. You will need a set of size 9 (3.5mm) knitting needles or 3mm crochet hook and red and black yarn.

If you can’t knit but would like to contribute then Chrissie is happy to teach people how to knit the poppies but you will need to provide the materials yourself.  Anyone who has spare size 9 knitting needles lying around and would like to lend them for the project, please get in touch.

If anyone is interested please get in touch with Chrissie on 01780 756232 or e-mail chrissie@injabulo.com

Parish Council Meeting

Village Hall, New Road, Easton on the Hill
Monday June 11th, 7:00pm TBC

View the meeting agenda: tba

Monthly Meeting of the
Parish Council

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