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It's Panto Time Again!

12:34pm Tuesday 22nd November 2011

The Hazlemere Players are in rehearsal for their bi-annual Pantomime, to be performed at the Hazlemere Community Centre on the 14th, 20th & 21st January 2012.This time the Panto is "Georgie Porgie" by Paul Reake. Performances are at 7.30pm each evening, with matinees at 2.30pm on the 2 Saturdays. For tickets, phone our Box Office on 07933838713.

Footballers in Year 7, come along for a free trial

Bucks Free Press: Footballers in Year 7, come along for a free trial

10:17am Wednesday 13th October 2010

Penn Rangers Under 12's are offering a free trial for any year 7 boys in the High Wycombe area. We train every Saturday morning from 10:30 until Noon. Come along for a free trial.


9:12am Monday 20th September 2010

TABLE TOP SALE (IN BOLD,PEASE) at HOLMER GREEN METHODIST CHURCH (BOLD) on Saturday 25 September, 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.

Wycombe Beat- new monthly update from district's deputy police commander

Bucks Free Press: Chief Inspector Colin Seaton

4:07pm Monday 28th June 2010

Welcome to a new monthly update which I hope you will find informative.

Flackwell Heath Morning WI

10:07am Friday 28th November 2008

THE secretary read the minutes of the AGM held that month which were accepted and signed.

Holmer Green Evening WI

12:02pm Tuesday 30th September 2008

THE meeting opened with Christine Hobbs asking us to adjourn outside to the flagpole where Mr Ian Harvey from the parish council officially presented us with our new WI flag which Margot Morton hoisted. He took the chance to present Holmer Green 800 Centenary plates to Merrin Molesworth, ex Mayor of Chesham and Mr & Mrs Pocock for their support of the parish council.

Hazlemere Evening WI

10:49am Tuesday 30th September 2008

OUR president welcomed everyone, and thanked Ethel for the flowers. She said the watercolour quickies had been most enjoyable at the August meeting with Sheila Ward, and interest was shown if she could arrange another session.

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