Contacts & Local Information

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Useful Contacts and Information Sources

Hartfield 2017 Calendar based on the "Then & Now" Power Point presentation used by the History Group for the January Social is now available.

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Don't forget that profits from the sale of this calendar at £10 each go towards the upkeep of YOUR Village Hall that is owned by the residents of Hartfield. Each picture has information that you may not know so get your copy from the Village Shop and learn more about your village every month!

Hartfield Village Hall Brochure Dec 2014[3]

St Mary the Virgin CE Primary School

Hartfield Playschool Jubilee.

Ashdown Forest Research Group.

 

Village Events of Interest

I recently received the following information about an event in Forest Row which includes a re-run of the story of the "Farmer Moving South" - from Yorkshire to Perryhill by rail in the winter! The programme is self explanatory.

 

Unfortunately the writer of the column below is unable to continue but it is hoped that someone can be found to re-start it soon. In the meantime I am leaving the following in place to provide an idea of the activities that go towards an enthusiastic and busy village. Many of the societies and clubs have their own websites such as this one and the Parish Council website carries a list of these. If there is anyone local who is interested in taking on the Hartfield Community Column please make contact through the 'contact' button and I will put you in touch with the relevant people.

The  Hartfield Community Column is published regularly in the East Grinstead Courier.
The current (last) one is dated 21st June 2016

In case you do not see the Courier I repeat it here:

HARTFIELD Parish Council are arranging a basic first aid and defibrillator training during the evenings of July 5th and August 24th. For more information or to book a place contact Clerk Emma Fulham parishclerk@hartfieldonline.com

WINNIE the Pooh fans are invited to his 90th birthday party and Treasure Hunt on Hartfield Croft, High Street on Saturday June 25th between 11am and 1pm. Bring a picnic and your favourite bear, a prize donated by the Pooh Shop will be presented to the best photo taken on the day. To join the Treasure Hunt at £3 or the Toddlers Scavenger Hunt at £1 contact Mimi Van Praagh to book a place or just turn up 07540 090242 mimivanpraah@gmail.com. Face painting, licensed bar, balloons etc, come and join the fun, proceeds to St Mary`s School PTFA.

AN interesting afternoon can be had at Perryhill Nurseries on Saturday June 25th at 2pm when beekeeper Steve of Bowler Wealden Honey demonstrates hive management and within a bee protection suit you can get a close look at these amazing insects without which we would find it hard to exist. Bee friendly plants will be available to buy to get your garden buzzing.

HITS from the 1940`s 50`s and `60s will come to life in Hartfield Village Hall with The Spinettes on Sunday July 17th from 6.30pm, show starts at 7pm. Tickets will be snapped up so contact 07515552491 or email thespinettes@hotmail.com £10 adults £5 children over 16 years. Look up this fabulous group with lead singer Matthew Goodgame www.thespinettes@hotmail.com

Schedules for both the Colemans Hatch Flower Show on July 30th and Hartfield Horticultural Society Show and Fete on September 3rd are available in The Village Stores Hartfield, Nick The Butcher, Perryhill Nursery and farm shop. Lots of classes to enter and a great day out for all the family with numerous stalls and entertainment.

AN extra date, Monday July 6th, has been added to the Hartfield History Groups visit to Hammerwood Park at £10 including refreshments. Visit hartfieldhistorygroup.org.uk/currentprogramme to book a place online or call 01892 770619