We’re Back!

HBC Hiking Group met on Saturday, 17th July for the first time in 2021.

It was a hot day, becoming progressively hotter, so nine of us walked a gentle 5 miles from Moreton-on-Lugg to Lyde Court, across the Lugg to Sutton St Nicholas then back across the fields to Moreton. How the nettles and thistles have flourished since we were last there! The photo was taken in a rare patch of shade.

Watch out for future walks, normally on the third Saturday of each month.

Welcome back to children and families!

Childrens’ groups have restarted and it’s great to welcome families back into the building! We have two groups running for ages 3-11years, on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday of each month. We are following current Covid guidelines to keep all our children safe. The first Sunday of each month is all-age worship, child friendly with activity books to help the children engage.

Resolving Sound Issues

When you open the video in our website it will be set on mute (unfortunately this is the default, so we can’t change it).

To get sound:

Move your mouse over the video, you will then see the speaker symbol in the bottom right corner.

Turn the sound up and you should hear everything!

Wednesday Club March Programme

The Wednesday Club wasn’t fully protected against the floods of mid-February. None of our members was thankfully directly affected by the water, but in view of the uncertain weather and travel conditions on 19th February it was decided to cancel that morning’s meeting. The advertised “Baltic Cruise” was easily rescheduled. Penny Platts once again held our full attention with her talk on the Herefordshire market towns. The historical details are most fascinating. Karilyn and Richard Collins were again very welcome guests when they told us about their missionary work in Tanzania.
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Wednesday Club February Programme

The highlight of January 2020 was definitely the intoduction to basket weaving by Clyde of Wildwicker. Clyde only uses willow twigs and branches from plants which he has propagated and grown himself. The beauty of a finished basket lies in its smooth feel, natural colours and sturdiness. Besides baskets, willow is also ideal for creating many other forms of practical or ornamental items. A special aspect of willow weaving is its therapeutic value. You can’t rush it.
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