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The Oxhill News

February 2010

This months News



Village Hall

Indian Meal – Friday 5th March

Our ever popular Indian Meal evening is set to happen on Friday, 5 March, starting at 7.30 for an 8 o’clock sharp meal.  We will have starters and a selection of delectable curries to tickle your taste buds followed by a desert and all for the recession busting price of £10 per ticket.

This event is often over-subscribed and Angela Emmerson, 680565, who is selling the tickets, tells me that they are selling fast and only a few remain.

Spring Progressive Supper

Plans are being drawn up for another Progressive Supper in the Spring.  The outline of the evening is that tickets will be available for you to buy to enjoy a fabulous evening starting with drinks at the Village Hall followed by a Starter at one of the houses in the Village, followed by a Main course in another house and desert or cheese and biscuits back at the Village Hall.  If you would rather be a ‘host’ for either a ‘Starter’ or a ‘Main Meal’ please contact Tracey Hackett (680366)

If you are new to the Village, this is a great opportunity to meet new people and join in what is always a popular event – more details next month.


The Village Hall Committee AGM will be coming up in April and we know that a few of our long-serving colleagues will want to stand down having made a huge contribution.  Consequently there will be opportunities for new faces and new ideas to influence the way that the Village Hall is run and the sort of event that is available.  Watch out for the date and start to think if and how you might contribute.

Piano – available ‘free’ to a good home

There is an upright Piano in the Village Hall available free to anyone who is willing to collect it by arrangement with a committee member.  It is currently not in ‘tune’ albeit that I believe that it has been in the past but the wide temperature fluctuations in the Hall mean that it is impossible to keep it in tune.

Derek Harbour

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