Monthly Archives: January 2020

Historic Footpath Sign Reinstated

Photo of Lower Cross and sign

The Grange Path footpath sign at Lower Cross has been missing for a few months after its wooden post rotted away. This sign dates back to the early 1970s, when East Hagbourne was still part of Berkshire, so while not as venerable as some of the surrounding houses is a part of our history worth looking after.

The sign has been carefully restored, repainted and mounted on a new post in its original position where it will hopefully continue to point towards Berkshire for many years to come

There are at least two other similar signs around the village – can you spot them?

HAMS tickets now on sale!

Poster for HAMS performance

Hi, Tickets are now available for HAMS’s next production : “OUR DAY OUT” – Written by Willy Russell.  ‘ School misfits are on a bus trip: what could possibly go wrong’.

The production dates, times and ticket prices are as follows:

Wednesday, 11th March  PREVIEW PERFORMANCE – Adult Ticket £7.00 / £6.00 for those in full time education.  Doors open 6.45 / Performance 7.30

Friday, 13th March – Adult Ticket £10.00 / £6.00 for those in full time education.  Doors open 6.45 / Performance 7.30

Saturday, 14th March – MATINEE PERFORMANCE – Adult Ticket £10.00 / £6.00 for those in full time education.  Doors open 1.45 / Performance 2.30

Saturday 14th March – Evening performance – Adult Ticket £10.00 / £6.00 for those in full time education.   Doors open 6.45 / Performance 7.30

And there will be a bar.

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:

+  Hagbourne Village Shop  (during post office hours)

+  Online at www.wegottickets.com/hams  (a small booking fee applies)

+  From me at 01235-815344

Hope to see you there.

Vivien Stocks