March 2020
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March 30, 2020, 1:32 am
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Humshaugh Village Shop



NE46 4AG

Telephone: 01434 681258


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  • Hello Dick
    Many congratulations to you and your fantastic band of volunteers on 10 very successful years of HCVL.
    You are all a credit to your community.

    Best Wishes

    Les & Vivien Jack (former residents Belle Vue cottage – 2009-2014)

  • Do you know here the old school (late 1800’s -1900’s)in Humshaugh village is please?
    We are making a family history visit ( re: Marrans’ /various spellings) to the village in the second week of May and would like to try to work out where the family lived.
    A large family of children who were born,raised and the last lived at Humshaugh at least from between 1855 until 1901 when the Marrans were living two households away from the school.My partner’s grandfather was apprenticed as a blacksmith and moved south. He eventually served in WW1 as a farrier …..just like in the “Warhorse” story.

    There is an old photo of him in uniform…I wondered if it might be of interest for the village 2020 calendar perhaps for the November picture!

  • We are in the process of buying a semi detached house in Humshaugh and I am really keen to find out if there would be any opportunities to help out in the shop as I recently took early retirement and am keen to be involved in village life
    Many thanks & kind regards

  • Hello ,

    are there any apple pressing sessions left this year?


  • Have you a date for apple pressing this year?

    Many thanks


  • Hi i was in this morning i think i left my glasses on the counter or on the windowsill they are red and black

  • Are you doing any more apple pressing this autumn, please? There is still a glut of apples and people not wanting them to go to waste.
    If you are not doing any more pressing, are you able to accept apples to sell in the shop? May I just bring some up to you?

    Many thanks,
    Wendy Breach
    01434 609973

    Transition Tynedale

  • Please let me know dates for apple pressing during Oct / Nov as I have a lot – plus I’ll put it in my Courant Notes

  • Can you let me know when the apple pressing is this year please?

  • Hello

    I’m not sure if this is the best place to ask but I can’t find anything online for the infomation I am looking for.

    Around 1965-66 my mother and aunt would often come to the village with their aunt, Liz. Both my mother and Aunt say they stayed at a large house set in its own grounds, the family that lived there were possibly related to the Barnards. Names given to me are Henry Barnard or Harry Barnard and Laura Beatrice Barnard. The home they lived in was in Lincoln Hill.

    It was a very nice home and my mother and aunt say that to get to it you drove down a tree lined lane.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

  • Hi there
    I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this. I recently moved here to a village that was being ruined by property development and i really wouldn’t want that to happen in this beautiful enclave. Today I saw two men in the field next to the village hall with theodolites doing a land survey. They were also taking readings from the land behind the village hall. In my experience this only means one thing, that the land is being surveyed for property development. And in my previous village when this happened a planning application always followed. I apologise of this is not the correct place to post this but I have found peace and quiet in this truly beautiful part of England and i dont want it ruined like so many places. I also took photos of the chaps doing the survey. God bless. Mark

  • Hello Ruth
    Your comment on the Humshaugh shop website was forwarded to me so am replying by email as not sure how to on website!
    The Woolly Day is Sat 28th March from 10 – 4.
    There are 2 things that people can sign up to;
    Peg Loom workshop or Felting workshop, both run from 10 – 12.
    In the afternoon there will be general demonstrations and a chance for anyone to ‘have a go’
    The fee is £6 for each workshop.
    If you ring Humshaugh shop whoever is on duty can write your name on the list. 01434 681258. The shop is open from 7.30am – 1pm on Monday – Friday, 7.30 – 12 on Saturday and 9 – 12 on Sunday.
    Payment can be made on the day.
    There will be a café in the village hall for refreshments from 12 – 4.
    Best wishes, Suzanne (Treasurer Humshaugh Arts Projects)

  • Thanks for contacting us. The event is being run by the Humshaugh Arts Project so I have forwarded your message to them. All the best.

  • Woolly Saturday, 28th March 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Humshaugh Village Hall

    Can you let me know how our members, whom cannot get to the shop sign up for courses ? Also, which ones are on and their times ?

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards

    Ruth Nicola Wells

  • Thanks Alison. Yes, we’ll be open then. Hope it all goes well.


  • Thanks for letting us know Alison. I’ll pass the message on.

  • Hello,

    I run Humshaugh Pre-School and we are taking part in a fundraising event for the charity Action for Children on Monday 23rd March 2015. It is a sponsored walk based on the story of the Hungry Caterpillar. We are going to walk from Pre-School to the village shop and back. There will be 12 children aged between 2 and 4 so I thought the shop was just about a manageable target and somewhere we could buy a few treats for when we get back to school!

    I just wanted to check that the shop would be open at about 9.30am/9.45ish and to pre warn you of our visit!

    All the best,


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