Notices and Events taking place around the village in the next two months.
(For Parish Council Meetings click here.)
Mobile Bank and Post Office

Mobile Bank and Post Office: Headley Down - One Stop

Opening times

Post Office
  Tuesday 08:30-11:30
  Wednesday 15:00-16:00
  Thursday 15:00-16:00
Bank
  Friday 14:00-16:00

Sat 24 Feb : Folk Club

Sat 24 Feb : 19:30
Folk Club: Grayshott Village Hall (Hatful of Rain)

Hatful of Rain are based in Brighton and are a British contemporary folk group that combine powerful song writing with musical flare, inspired by English, Celtic and American Roots styles. The Hatfuls use a single microphone approach to performing. This creates an intimate and engaging atmosphere characteristic of every Hatful show. They have recorded two albums "Way Up On the Hill" in 2012 and "The Morning Key" in 2014.

Thu 01 Mar : Zumba
Thu 01 Mar : Headley Society

Thu 01 Mar : 20:00
Headley Society: Church Centre (AGM plus Surrey History Centre Update)

Jane Lewis of the Surrey History Centre returns to update us on her Headley project

Sat 03 Mar : Wine Tasting
Sun 04 Mar : Monthly Walk
Tue 06 Mar : Monitoring Wildlife
Thu 08 Mar : Zumba
Sat 10 Mar : WEA Study Day

Sat 10 Mar : 10:00
WEA Study Day: (RUSSIAN MUSIC IN THE 20TH CENTURY)

Tutor; JEREMY NEVILLE MA & ALCM (piano) Date: Saturday 10th March 2018 Venue: Liphook Village Hall Time: 10am-4pm Fee: 27.50 which includes refreshments & light lunch

Thu 15 Mar : Zumba
Sat 24 Mar : Folk Club

Sat 24 Mar : 19:30
Folk Club: Grayshott Village Hall (Harp and A Monkey)

Songs about cuckolded molecatchers, a lone English oak tree that grows at Gallipoli, care in the community and medieval pilgrims...we can only be talking about the folk experimentalists Harp and a Monkey. Their electro-folk storytelling is imbued with a deep Lancashire sensibility that shines through in their beautifully crafted and sometimes spooky vignettes of northern life, love and remembrance.

Sun 01 Apr : Monthly Walk
Thu 05 Apr : Headley Society
Fri 06 Apr : Folk Club

Fri 06 Apr : 19:30
Folk Club: Grayshott Village Hall (Connla)

Connla may be a relatively new band but they are all experienced musicians and a quick look at their website will tell you that they have already begun to gather up musical awards by the armful. Their first album "River Waiting" won them shedfuls of praise. In her album review, Claire Rakich from Spiral Earth described it as: "an excellent debut that is original, ethereal and exuberant" and added: "This is Irish music at its most refreshing, accomplished and original best". Connla's music has deep traditional roots as well as influences from across the globe. Their sensitive and innovative arrangements of traditional and modern folk songs and tunes have earned them praise across the folk community.

Fri 13 Apr : Wyrd Sisters

Fri 13 Apr : 20:00
Wyrd Sisters: Village Hall (Theatre Club )

Terry Pratchett's play adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs. Details from the Theatre Club pages.

Sat 14 Apr : Wyrd Sisters

Sat 14 Apr : 20:00
Wyrd Sisters: Village Hall (Theatre Club )

Terry Pratchett's play adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs. Details from the Theatre Club pages.

Fri 20 Apr : Wyrd Sisters

Fri 20 Apr : 20:00
Wyrd Sisters: Village Hall (Theatre Club )

Terry Pratchett's play adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs. Details from the Theatre Club pages.

Sat 21 Apr : Wyrd Sisters

Sat 21 Apr : 20:00
Wyrd Sisters: Village Hall (Theatre Club )

Terry Pratchett's play adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs. Details from the Theatre Club pages.

Tue 24 Apr : Folk Club

Tue 24 Apr : 19:30
Folk Club: Grayshott Village Hall (Colin Blunstone & Band)

There can be few voices as recognisable or as melodic as that of Colin Blunstone. Even after 50 years in the music business, his voice still sounds as good as it ever did. Colin and his solo band took to the road again touring the UK and Holland extensively in 2016 and 2017. He is due to release a brand new album in April 2018 and it will be a great privilege for us to be among the first audiences to hear it played live at Grayshott Folk Club.

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