Hemingford Grey Parish Council

Proud to serve the people of Hemingford Grey

Village Sign

Clerk: Gail Stoehr
30 West Drive, Highfields
Caldecote, Cambridge CB23 7NY

What's On

We endeavour to publicise local events and are always pleased to be contacted with the details. We cannot accept any responsibilities for external information provided nor any web links. To submit your event, please click on the add item button on the What's On page and complete the details or email all the information including any posters and images to webmaster@hemingfordgreyparishcouncil.gov.uk

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Hemingford Grey WI 'You Cannot be Serious!'

Hemingford Grey WI 'You Cannot be Serious!'

Tue, 28 May 2019 19:30

Hemingford Grey WI

'You Cannot be Serious' with Alan Gray.

Tuesday 28th May, 7.30pm

Reading Room, High Street, Hemingford Grey

Venue:
Reading Room, High Street
Contact:
Phyllis Brooks 01480 380240
Hemingford Grey WI Centenary 1919 -2019

Hemingford Grey WI Centenary 1919 -2019

Sat, 15 Jun 2019 10:00

Hemingford Grey WI Centenary 1919 - 2019

Saturday, 15th June 2019 10 am - 4 pm

Reading Room, High Street, Hemingford Grey

Exhibition celebrating a hundred years of the WI in our village - take a trip with us through ten decades of change in the WI, our village and the country

Venue:
Reading Room, High Street, Hemingford Grey
Contact:
phylbrooks@live.co.uk
Tags: WI, Event, Charity
Regatta Practice Sessions start Tonight.

Regatta Practice Sessions start Tonight.

Mon, 17 Jun 2019 18:00

Details of allocated practice times and bank duties, etc, are available from the Regatta website (click on the image).

Venue:
River Great Ouse (end of High Street)
Contact:
jdaeaston@gmail.com
The Parish Lunch

The Parish Lunch

Wed, 19 Jun 2019 12:30

A hot meal, cooked in our new commercial kitchen, is provided at a modest contribution for up to 60 older retired people in the village, in the main hall of the Parish Centre. Anyone wanting to come should book their place by calling Rachel or Joanne in the Parish Office. These meals are usually served on the third Wednesday each month 12 for 12.30pm and finishing by 2pm. There is usually a vegetarian option and too many choices of deserts!! Please ask if you would like to be picked up from home when you book your place, or call if you find that you require one.

Venue:
The Parish Centre, High Street.
Contact:
01480 467250
Documents:
Parish Lunch Dates 2019 (PDF, 3.7 Mb)
Hemingford Grey WI "The Printer's Darkroom"

Hemingford Grey WI "The Printer's Darkroom"

Tue, 25 Jun 2019 19:30

The Printer's Darkroom - Alan Bardouleau

Working in the old darkrooms where photographic processes, unchanged since 1850, slowly gave way to computers. Alan was an apprentice in the 1950s, then taught a dying craft at Glasgow Tech until he too was swallowed up by Murdoch's new industry. A lively, illustrated talk, full of fun and memories of the 1960s.

Venue:
The Reading Room, High Street, Hemingford Grey.
Contact:
Phyllis Brooks 01480 380240
Tags: WI, Charity, Event
Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival

Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival

Sat, 29 Jun 2019 12:00

HEMINGFORD ABBOTS FLOWER FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 29 JUNE and SUNDAY 30 JUNE 2019

12 NOON to 6.00 pm

A fantastic floral display in the church developed by the local flower guild is at the heart of the event – the theme for this festival is "And God Planted a Garden Eastward in Eden".

There are over 20 open gardens to be enjoyed by visitors along with cream teas, brass bands, classic cars, boat trips and vintage cycles.

Additional information:

Day programme for access to more than 20 gardens: £8.00
Weekend programmes: £13
Accompanied under 16's free
Free car parking.

Venue:
Hemingford Abbots
Contact:
pam.bartlett@me.com
Tags: Event
Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival

Hemingford Abbots Flower Festival

Sun, 30 Jun 2019 12:00

HEMINGFORD ABBOTS FLOWER FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 29 JUNE and SUNDAY 30 JUNE 2019

12 NOON to 6.00 pm

A fantastic floral display in the church developed by the local flower guild is at the heart of the event – the theme for this festival is "And God Planted a Garden Eastward in Eden".

There are over 20 open gardens to be enjoyed by visitors along with cream teas, brass bands, classic cars, boat trips and vintage cycles.

Additional information:

Day programme for access to more than 20 gardens: £8.00
Weekend programmes: £13
Accompanied under 16's free
Free car parking.

Venue:
Hemingford Abbots
Contact:
pam.bartlett@me.com
Tags: Event