Monthly Archives: July 2018

Temporary Road Closure – East Hagbourne, B4016 – 20th to 24th Aug

In the interests of public safety, it will be necessary for Oxfordshire County Council to close the road as detailed above to facilitate carriageway maintenance works.
A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closure and will operate from 20 August 2018.
The anticipated completion date is 24 August 2018.
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.

Hagbourne Village Produce Show – 2nd September

September 2, 2018 all-day

Held in the Village Hall.

Kindly sponsored by the village shop & the Fleur de Lys
Staging time 9 am -11.00 am
Judging 11.30 am – 1.00 pm
Show opens 2.00 pm

More details can be found here.

20TH Annual Duck Race – results :

In true British fashion we battled on in the rain with the duck race, thank you to those of you who braved the event!

The winners were:

1st: The Millars No. 142

2nd: Gordan Vaughan  No. 263

3rd: Pamela Hughes No.304

Thank you everyone for supporting this annual fun event.

20th ANNUAL DUCK RACE

Parsonage Lane, East Hagbourne

Sunday 26th August 2018 from12.30pm

In aid of St Andrews’ church

1st prize £50 – 2nd prize £25 – 3rd prize £10

Pet Service at St Andrew’s Church – this Sunday

The July family service will be a pet service with blessing of animals. People are invited to bring their well-behaved pets (must be on leads or in secure carriers) or, if the heat or unfamiliar surroundings would make pets uncomfortable, they can bring a photo of the pet they want blessed.

East Hagbourne Safari Supper

Saturday, 13th October 2018

It is now time to sign up for the 4th East Hagbourne Safari Supper which this year is in aid of Friends of St. Andrew’s, and Medecins sans Frontieres. The price of the 3-course dinner including pre-dinner drinks and coffee and mints is £25 per person and everyone takes their own drinks. Here is our proposed itinerary for the evening:

6.30 pm Meet at St. Andrew’s Church for a drink and some canapés. There you will be given an envelope containing the name and address of your host for the main course.

7.30 pm Walk to main course venue taking your own drinks with you. At the end of the main course a second envelope will be given with your dessert location.

8.45 pm Walk to dessert venue.

9.45 pm Walk to The Fleur de Lys for coffee and mints and the opportunity to buy an after dinner drink to round off the evening.

In order to get this event off the ground, we need you to sign up, buy tickets and let us know if you are willing to host a main course or dessert course (which including yourselves would be for 8 to 10 people, or more), or provide canapes (for 15 people) or simply to come along and safari around the village. If you would just like to safari, tickets will be available from the Post Office and any member of the Hagbourne Action Group. Please can you make sure you fill in the form below and hand in when buying tickets. Cheques made payable to “Hagbourne Action Group”.

If you are willing to be a host or a provider of canapés, there will be a reduction against one ticket to help towards expenses as follows:

Canapes – one ticket reduced from £25 to £20

Main Course – one ticket reduced from £25 to £15

Dessert Course – one ticket reduced from £25 to £17

Please fill in the slip on the poster and return it by Friday 31st August, along with your cheque to either:

Di Duff – 24 Main Road dianajduff@gmail.com (01235-813349) Vivien Stocks – 26 Main Road vivstocks@aol.com (01235-815344)