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Social and Events
Saturday July 16
1pm - 4pm
St Wilfrid's
Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
Summer Fair

Theme 'Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Fun and Games for all ages.
Come along as your favourite Alice in Wonderland character.
Friday June 24
7pm
St Wilfrid's Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
Quiz Evening

Come along and test your brains.. Make up a team with friends or family or come along on the evening and join a team.
Tickets £2 for HDRA members. £2.50 for non members.
Sat Apr 23
12 - 2pm
St Wilfrid's,
Broad Rd
Hambrook District Residents Association
St George's Day Jumble Sale
Come along for a bargain-range of items including the kitchen sink!

If you have jumble to donate, please contact a committee member or email  Lynn Boyns.

Wed Mar 23 , 2016
7.30pm
St Wilfrid's,
Broad Rd

Hambrook District Residents Association
General Meeting

posted
Feb 8
Fri Feb 12
7.30pm
St Wilfrid's,
Broad Rd

Hambrook District Residents Association
Cheese and Wine Evening

Ticket price – HDRA Members £7, non-members £9. Ticket price includes Wine, range of Cheeses with assorted crackers and bread. Soft drinks will also be available.
There will also be a talk by Roger Clark on 'The History of Portsmouth Harbour'
posted
Jan27
Fri Mar 11
7pm
St Wilfrid's,
Broad Rd

Hambrook District Residents Association
Quiz Night

Come alone and join a team on the night - great chance to make new friends, or get a team together in advance. Teams of up to 6. Entry fee is £2 per member or £2.50 for non-members. The winning team will take away 1/2 of the total entry fee taken on the evening. Entry fee includes a soft drink on arrival.
posted
Jan27
Tickets for the above events are available from Lynn Boyns or any HDRA committee member.


Social and Events - Past Events
Fri 20 Nov 2015 7.30pm
at the
Village Hall
Hambrook District Residents Association
Skittles, Pie and Ale
with Bar, Raffle, Prizes
Tickets are priced at £7 for members and £9 for non-members.
Tickets are to be purchased in advance.
Tel 696149
posted
Nov 16
Hambrook District Residents Assoc.
July 18
Summer Fair Theme ' Pirates and Princesses'
The sun shone and everyone had a good time - see the photos
posted
July 22
Friday April 24th, 7pm
St Wilfrid's Church Hall, Broad Road
Hambrook District Residents Association
CHEESE & WINE EVENING
'Sun & Moon, Time & Tide'
Talk by: Prof Michael Whittle
Tickets from any committee member £6 Members £8 Non Members
Wednesday 18th March 2015 - HDRA General Meeting
St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Broad Road - 7 for 7.30 pm

All welcome to come along and discuss local issues
Skittles Evening 21 November 2014
The annual Residents Association skittles evening was even more popular this year, not quite standing room only but both floors of the village hall were needed to accommodate the revellers. In the afternoon the back room boys and girls swung into action: While David Rodgers and crew (note the nautical reference, David) assembled the flat pack alley on the upper floor, down in the kitchen Margaret Dascalopoulos and the creative caterers prepared a magnificent buffet supper. Nigel Else and Alan Morse set up the bar to the accompaniment of clinking bottles while Father Christmas John Letheren arrived minus presents but with lists and scorecards ready to tally the fall of skittles and, as a finale, announce the victor (sadly not me).
The magic hour arrived, as did the guests, greeted by Andy and Cherry Collins checking entry tickets and selling raffle tickets, the trickle passing through the door became a flood before ebbing to nothing, a bearded figure called the first name from the back of the hall and the game began. Wooden balls rumbled along the plywood alley and crashed against skittles which spun and clacked against each other clearing the way to victory or, alas for some, just the depressing thud of ball hitting backstop without knocking down a single pin, but whether to celebrate or commiserate a visit to Alan and Nigel's corner of joy would make you feel better.
Who cares about the fall of the skittles when one has good company and good food, and what food! No ploughman's of stale bread, Tesco value cheddar and squidgy pickled onions but a fantastic fanfare of cheeses and breads, irresistible delicacies and sweet things to finish. Forget the calories and savour the taste; eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we diet. What a perfect excuse for a less than perfect skittles score. “The excess weight around my midriff affected my balance and what should have been a wipe out became a wash out. My failures is down to Margaret and her team, the food was just too tempting.”
Finally, all the balls had been rolled, the last skittle felled and John's mathematical mind had processed the scores. Sheila Scales was announced the worthy winner, our illustrious chairman Lynn Boyns presented the champagne prize, Andy Collins spun the raffle box, more prizes were won (or not), and the evening was over. Alas, I was one of the nots but as a consolation prize was allowed to write this piece, so while other winners raise their glasses to drink their winnings I pound the keys. However, there is a silver lining for I've promised myself a glass of my own commiseration wine when I finish... NOW.
Peter Cole

 
 
Sat 23 Aug 2014
St Wilfrid's, Broad Rd
Grand Picnic
Fun & Games, Fancy Dress,
see the photos

 

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