MOGGERHANGER & CHALTON VILLAGE
WELCOME to the Moggerhanger and Chalton Village website. Here you will find lots to interest you about Moggerhanger and Chalton. We will regularly publish details about what’s happening and how to join in.
Do you have anything you would like included on this website? Photos, images and stories about old and recent Moggerhanger village events are always welcome. Please contact the webmaster using the contact page on the above menu tab – thanks.
VILLAGE LITTER PICK
Volunteers needed. Angela is planning a litter pick round the village in September. A Sunday afternoon may be preferable with lighter traffic and fewer work commitments. Bags, sticks, etc can be provided. Hopefully a get-togehter at the Guinea afterwards.
Please contact Angela Simmons email@example.com or 07811 210513 for more information and to offer your much needed and valued help. Many thanks.
A big thank-you to Linda Heath who has taken on the role of editor from the January 2019 issue. The magazine has a bright attractive new look and some special issues will be colour editions. All information is easy to find and read.
Linda can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the contact page of this website.
If you don’t already have this magazine delivered to your home, it’s well worth the small nominal cost. Contact Bob Ford 641112 to get on the circulation list.
FOLK NIGHT – 1st WEDNESDAY each month. Next date 7thAugust.
Each month we enjoy an excellent attendance. Every player has the chance to play two or three numbers and the evening usually opens and finishes with some rousing songs.
Now we look forward to welcoming you all to the next Folk Night. Doors open at Moggerhanger Village Hall as usual at 7 pm and music starts about 8 pm. You have the chance to come early, get yourself a drink and chat to friends. So please come along—all are welcome to sing, play, listen—or all three. Entrance is free and there will be a raffle.
As always we’re ready to get the show on the road along with our regular team of volunteers who help set up the room, run the raffle and serve behind the bar. It’s all systems go for another good evening.
Pictures from recent Folk Nights can be found on the Events pages of the village hall website or in the archive:
MEETING PLACE AT ST JOHN’S CHURCH
Coral’s Afternoon Teas: Thursday 15th August in the church. From 2:30 to 4:00pm. Come and make friends, enjoy tea or coffee and some wonderful home made cakes. Open to all. A small cost of £2.50 per person. Proceeds go equally to church upkeep funds and to Canine Partners (part of Assistance Dogs UK).
Lunch Club: No Lunch Club in August but see Village Diary for a great alternative.
Coffee Morning: 6th August from 10:30 in the church. All are welcome.
MOGGERHANGER SONGS OF PRAISE – No Evening Songs of Praise in August but why not join Summer Praise at Danish Camp on the 11th August at 11:00am.
MUMS AND DADS COFFEE BREAK – Every Wednesday except school holidays (9.00-10.00 and later in the church). We look forward to seeing you there. Bring your little ones with you, toys are available – the group is open also to Mums and Dads who haven’t yet got any children at school.
KNIT AND NATTER – The group meets on the 4th Tuesday each month; next meeting will be on 27th August from 10:00 in the church. If you would like information on current projects, please call Jane on 641501.
KEEP FIT Is going very well and is very beneficial to those who attend regularly. Get fit, stay motivated, make friends and have fun. Every Friday morning at 9-30 to 10-30 in the Village Hall. Just £5 per person. More information from Tony and Judith Mooney 640124.
GARDENING CLUB – Next meeting: Saturday 17th August, Visit to gardens of The Manor, Hemingford Grey, a 3-acre cottage garden.
Meet at the Guinea at 11:00 for car sharing or 11:30 at the Manor. The garden will be open in the morning and lunch can be purchased at the Cock Inn or the Hemingford Garden Room, or you can bring a picnic.
A tour of the Manor House will be provided by the owner Diana Boston starting at 2:30pm.
Cost £8 or £7 seniors. Advance booking by 9th August please to Sue Fincham 01767 641329
WALKING GROUP – This group has proved to be very successful and caters for most abilities from brisk walking to a leisurely stroll. Next walk: 8th August start 10:00am from the church. All welcome.
Please see the village magazine for more details or contact Linda or Alan 640798; email@example.com
COUNCILLOR SURGERIES IN MOGGERHANGER
Next surgery on the 10th August 10-00 to 11-00 am.
Frank Firth, our elected Councillor holds regular surgeries in the playing field Pavilion for parishioners to come and chat, ask questions or just pass on their village concerns. These are held on the second Saturday each month. Just turn up at the door for a chat.
The Webmaster is Roger Smith who can be contacted via the “Contact” page on this website. Please also use this for anything you want to forward for possible inclusion on the web pages, or suggest improvements or advise of any errors, etc.
My apology for the recent period when the site has not been updated as frequently as normal.
A new site format and web address was completed on 17th December 2015. All material, updates, links, etc., are now available on this new website and domain. The old domain name is no longer in use so please change any references you may have to this new address: moggerhanger.uk/village/
Tony Mooney, the first Webmaster, put much time and effort into developing and running the original website. Thank you Tony for all your work in setting up the original site, obtaining and collating a large amount of material, maintaining the old site over the first 3 years, and ensuring a smooth changeover.