November 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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2
  • Link to Hope
  • Musicians' Practice
3
  • Night Shift
  • Morning Service
  • Bring & Share Lunch
  • Rose Garden Church
4
  • Women's Bible Study Group
  • Prayer and Fellowship
5
  • Tuesday Breakfast Club
  • Small Group
6
  • Tot Stop
  • Wednesday Club
  • Youth Group
  • Small Group
7
  • Silver Diners
  • Musicians Practice
8
9
10
  • Night Shift
  • Remebrance Service with Communion
  • Reflective Communion
  • Rose Garden Church
11
  • Women's Bible Study Group
  • Prayer and Fellowship
  • Church Meeting with Special Church Meeting
12
  • Tuesday Breakfast Club
13
  • Tot Stop
  • Wednesday Club
  • Youth Group
14
  • Silver Diners
  • Musicians Practice
15
16
  • HBC Hiking Group
17
  • Night Shift
  • Baptismal Service
  • Rose Garden Church
18
  • Women's Bible Study Group
  • Prayer and Fellowship
19
  • Tuesday Breakfast Club
  • Small Group
  • Small Group
20
  • Tot Stop
  • Wednesday Club
  • Hymn Singing @ Oaklands Care Home
  • Youth Group
  • Small Group
21
  • Silver Diners
  • Musicians Practice
22
23
24
  • Night Shift
  • Morning Service
  • Rose Garden Church
25
  • Women's Bible Study Group
  • Prayer and Fellowship
26
  • Tuesday Breakfast Club
27
  • Tot Stop
  • Wednesday Club
  • Youth Group
28
  • Silver Diners
  • Musicians Practice
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Wednesday Club November Programme

October’s highlight truly belongs to Penny Platts. Her presentation “Travel in Iran” was outstanding. History, culture and especially the friendly welcome given to her by ...
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Autumn Amble

The HBC Hiking Group’s October walk was a gentle circular affair of about 5 miles, starting near Prior’s Frome and heading through intermittent woodland towards ...
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Wednesday Club October Programme

One of the highlights in September was a very interesting talk by Mark Bricknell on John Venn Society. John Venn and his sister Emelia did ...
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HBC Hikers at Begwns

The hike in September took place in the Begwns, a National Trust owned upland area near Hay-on-Wye, and was led by a friend of the ...
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