Monthly Archives: October 2017
Hurry on down to the shop to get your 2018 Humshaugh calendars. They’re selling fast. This year the theme is wildlife and the calendar is beautifully illustrated with photographs taken in and around the village by local snappers. There’s also a colourful wildlife collage from children at Humshaugh First School. The calendar has been produced by Humshaugh Publications. Committee members had to sort through dozens of entries after the appeal went out for your wildlife pics.
The calendars cost just £5 each. They make an ideal Christmas gift as they come with a quality cardboard envelope to make it easy to post to your distant relatives.
Humshaugh Publications’ 2018 calendar has been supported by the Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland as well as Humshaugh Community Ventures Limited, which runs Humshaugh Village Shop. It was printed by Robson Print in Hexham.
They are on sale in the shop now. Get yours before they’ve gone.
It’s the first film night of a brand new season this Friday. And what a cracker, or should that be crackling, of a film has been chosen. “A Private Function” is a brilliant British comedy written by Alan Bennett. It stars Michael Palin, Maggie Smith, Denholm Elliott, Alison Steadman, Richard Griffiths, Liz Smith and Bill Paterson.
1947 in a small town in Yorkshire. The war has been won two years ago, but there’s still rationing of meat. When Princess Elizabeth is going to marry, a group of businessmen wants to impress (or probably bribe) the local government by giving a big party. They want to slaughter an illegally raised pig for this event. Unfortunately someone steals the pig.
Here’s the trailer.
Come along to the Annual General Meeting of Humshaugh Community Ventures Limited on Saturday October 7th at 7.30pm in Humshaugh Village Hall. HCVL is the organisation that has run Humshaugh Village Shop since November 1st 2009. We can’t believe it’s that long ago either. So whether you’re a customer, volunteer, supporter or director, we’d love to see you there. We’d especially like to see new people. Your village shop relies on a large team of enthusiastic volunteers to provide this valuable service and we’re always looking to attract more helpers in all areas.
The meeting doesn’t usually last too long – just long enough for us to elect directors, tell you how we’re doing and to listen to any ideas you may have. Afterwards there”ll be refreshments and a chance to chat to the team. We look forward to seeing you.