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The Oxhill News

April 2011

This months News



Village Hall Events

Forthcoming Events

Friday 15th April - Village Hall AGM & Cheese & Wine

The Village Hall AGM will take place on at 8.30 p.m.  We know that a couple of our long-serving colleagues will be standing down having made a huge contribution.  Consequently there will be some 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.

Cheese & Wine will be available before the meeting from 7.30 p.m. onwards.

Please think seriously if and how you might contribute and if you want more details or information on what is involved please contact Derek Harbour on 680676.

Friday 20th May - Quiz Night

On Friday, May 20th we are holding one of our popular quizzes with light refreshments.  As before, the quiz will be prepared by a specialist Ďauthorí who normally provides them for Pubs and other events and we are fortunate enough to have access to one.  There will be a variety of rounds so there is likely to be a subject that you know something about.  Tickets cost £3 per person, including light refreshments and are available from Gaynor van Dyke on 680349.

Friday June 10th - Singer/songwriter Boo Hewerdine

Boo (a man with a guitar) is very well known on the folk / easy listening circuit and we are very fortunate to have secured him for a gig at the Village Hall.  His first session will begin at 8.00 p.m. (doors will open at 7.00 p.m.) after which he will take a short break before completing his stint later in the evening.

If you do not instantly know the name Boo Hewerdine, think of the song Patience of Angels which he wrote and with which Eddi Reader had a hit or find out more by going to his website www.boohewerdine.net and listen to a few of his recordings.

Before coming to Oxhill, Boo has gigs in York, Barbados and Bridlington!  Tickets for this very special event will cost £12.50 each and are available from Pat Crowther on 680705.

Derek Harbour

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