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Events

Events 2023

Monday Mornings - HALLOW BABY AND TODDLER GROUP - 10.00 a.m. - noon 

Mums, Dads, grandparents, babies and toddlers are all welcome to come along and chat to other mums over a cup of tea/coffee and biscuits. 

PARKHEATH SOCIAL CLUB, Heath Close

(last turning on the right going North out of Hallow) Held every Wednesday 2 - 4 p.m. There is a warm welcome to all seniors, they have quizzes, bingo, entertainment and refreshments, so why not go along. Contact Jean Gosling on 01905 640819 for further details.

COFFEE & CHAT Friday 1st March - 10:30 - 12pm (Noon) Hallow Sports & Social Club.

All welcome.  We will be having a very short AGM to adopt our new constitution with regard to obtaining charity status for the Group.  This will be very brief and won't spoil your enjoyment or interrupt your chats over a cup of coffee/tea and a slice of home made cake!  Hope to see you there.    . 

HISTORY TALK - Next Wednesday  6th March, 7.30  p.m. in Hallow Parish Hall.  THE CAMP AND THE RIVER SEVERN    

The talk covers the history of the Camp Inn, Grimley and the importance of the Severn in the past, plus dubious goings on in the City and changes in living memory.    £4 on the door includes refreshments and free raffle ticket.

MURDER MYSTERY -  Saturday 13th April    

Hallow Players present 'The Case of Marigold Foggy' murder in a mansion in Hallow.  Tickets £10 includes hot meal before performance.

TABLE TOP SALE - Saturday 11th May - 10.30 a.m.   

.Have a de-c;lutter and come along and sell those unwanted goods.  Erected Tables just £8 each -  If you have any bric-a-brac to donate to the HVCG tables, we would be grateful and can collect.

D-DAY Celebrations - THEMED FAYRE on 2nd June on Hallow Playing Field    -   BEACON LIGHTING -  Thursday 6th June.    

More details later. 

COACH TRIP Wednesday 7th August - 8.00 a.m.   

Meet at the Crown 8.00 a.m.  Llangollen, horse drawn canal trip, time in town for lunch, then on to British Ironwork Centre for tea - the largest centre in the UK for decorative metal work, acres of sculptures featuring the Knife Angel, Spoon Gorilla and Manchester Bee.  Shops, workshops, etc.   TICKETS are just £25 which covers everything (travel, canal trip. etc,) but not food, which will be available to buy at both stops, or you could bring a picnic if you prefer. email Joy for tickets joyfulcher@btinternet.com

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