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Hatherleigh Jubilee Celebrations 2012 - the full story

Monday June 4th 2012

The cup was presented is to Dennis Tucker. The best decorated house was Lynne and Ian Stawbridge's, 2nd was Louise and Gary Bater, 3rd was 1 Pound Meadow and 4th was Pat and Brian Bottom's. The '60 years olds this year' were Mary Palmer, Ian Grantham, Robin Wonnacott, Dave Coby, Barry Coward, Ellie Rowe and Beryl Dodge.

Pictures by Gareth Treneman
   

 

 

Photos from Neil Price

Ben amd Rupert's Flying Camera

Best Decorated House - Ian and Lynne Strawbridge

The Brothers Cleverdon

A Well-dressed Gentleman


Sue Coward


Best Decorated House - Ian and Lynne Strawbridge

Tug o' War, on the Moor

Jubilee Cake

Another Jubilee Cake

Opening the new Jubilee Path Gate.
(l to r) Dennis Bater, Susan Worner, Andy Gilbert (with scissors),
1 year old Gracie Hatherleigh Cleverdon with mother Jennifer,
Roger and Christine Cleverdon

New Jubilee Path Gate

Dennis Bater presents Mugs

Taking a Rest

The Iddesleigh Beacon

"In the Court of King Caracticus ... "
  All above photos supplied by Neil Price  

Geoff Hodgkinson's view from Cliston Lane (past Exbourne on the A3072) with Hatherleigh's beacon/bonfire on the horizon top right.
Exbourne's beacon (on the Church) is the second big blob from the left. Other beacons can be seen on the horizon. Picture taken at approx. 10.15pm.

 

Hatherleigh Jubilee News
Monday 4th June Update

Street Party 3.00pm in the Square
Bring and Share food to Old Schools for 2.30pm please; Victoria Sponge and Jubilee Decorated Cake - entries to old school 2.30pm
2.45: Assemble at Top of Market street for parade to Square led by Hatherleigh Band. Parade starts 3.00pm Short service led by Rev Ruth and Rev John Leach. PARTY BEGINS: Entertainment, singing dancing; many competitions; presentation of Jubilee Mugs to Children of Hatherleigh Parish 11 years and under.

EVENING EVENT on the Moor, in conjunction with Hatherleigh Moor Management 60 year Anniversary:Live Music, with Hollie and Rob, plus Rock band 'Indecision';"open Mic" sessions; Ukulele Bashers. BBQ, Balloon race; Tug of War; Bonfire; Grand Firework Display.

An Evening not to be missed, All welcome.

More Details Contact Louise Bater 811255 or Graham Alford 810011 Tug of War entries too: Andrew Bennett 07825 199443

Monday 4th June:



STREET PARTY in the Square and Mid Market street. Local entertainment, music, singing, children's entertainment, completions, Jubilee presentations and loads loads more, followed by ...

ENTERTAINMENT ON THE MOOR in the evening with Live music, Bands, "open mic" Barbecue, bar,Tug of war, Bonfire and Firework display.

To make these events a big success we would like volunteers to help on the day on a rota basis. Could anyone help to transport some of our elderly residents to these events? If you are interested in helping please contact Loise Bater 34 bridge Street 811255 or speak to any Council member.

Please look out for detailed programme of events nearer the date on local notice boards and shops
 

Editor's Note: We also understand that the Councilhave discussed plans to present commemorative mugs to the Children in the town and also make presentations to anyone who is 60 this year. So far the Council are only aware of two people who fall into this category, so if you know of anyone please contact the Council as soon as possible. The Moor Management committee are also making some plans for an evening event on the Moor (see above), and the gates at either end of the Jubilee footpath are going to be replaced in honour of the Queens Jubilee. It is hoped these will be in place for the Jubilee weekend

 

 



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