Clandon Park Events-
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clandonpark Tel. 01482 222482
Every Wednesday Afternoon 1.30pm- 3.30pm
Clandon Uncovered. Find out more about the behind the scenes running of a National Trust house and the conservation of Clandon Park. Join our gardener for a tour of the grounds or discover more about Clandons past. Phone to find out what is happening this week.
Sun 24 May
Discover Clandons Maori Meeting House, Hinemihi 1pm-3.30pm
Found out more about Hinemihi, her history and culture, with 3 fascinating talks throughout the afternoon by Alan Gallop, author of 'The House with the Golden Eyes'.
Sun 31 May
Maori and Pacific Day of Dance 12pm-4pm
Come to Clandon for a celebration of Maori and Pacific culture focused on Hinemihi, the only Maori meeting house in the UK. Learn more about Hinemihi and enjoy the performances of traditional song and dance that will be given throughout the afternoon.
Sun 7 June
Come and plant something to take home with you, and find out more about the world of gardening.
Sun 14 June
Re-enactors will come to the Royal Surrey Regiment Museum.
30 June - 27 August
When War Came to Clandon.
A chance to find out more, see pictures and also view s special collection of autographs, poetry and sketches created by the patients.
Sun 5 July 2pm
Music in the Garden
'Herd of Sax' come to Clandon to perform in the afternoon.
Sun 5 July 11:00 - 1:00
Clandon Park Needs You.
Find out more about the exciting and interesting ways in which you could get involved at Clandon Park, and the benefits of Volunteering for the National Trust.
Tuesdays 28 Jul - 25 Aug 12 - 4:00pm
Games in the Garden
Children's fun day, please phone for details 01482 222482
Sun 30 Aug 1pm - 3.30pm
Discover Clandon's Maori Meeting House, Henimhi
Found out more about Hinemihi, her history and culture, with 3 facinating talks throughout the afternoon by Alan Gallop, author of 'The House with the Golden Eyes'.
Mon 31 Aug
Cobham's Vintage Buses come to Clandon
Cobham's Bus Museum will be bringing vintage buses to Clandon throughout the day for visitors to ride on.
Hatchlands Park Events -
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hatchlands Tel. 01482 222482
Tues 26 - Thurs 28 May
Food Glorious Food 12pm-4pm
Come to Hatchlands for a half term full of food. Take part in the food trail, take home recipes, learn about 1700s food and join in with the crafts.
Sun 14 June
Hatchlands Park Needs You 2pm-4pm
Find out more about the exciting and interesting ways in which you could get involved at Hatchlands Park, and the benefits of Volunteering for the National Trust.
Sun 21 June
Canine Capers 11am-4pm
Bring your four legged friend to Hatchlands Park for fun competitions and classes, expert advice from a dog trainer and have a go at dog agility.
Sun 28 June
Super Swoopers 11am- 4pm
Get up close and personal to owls, hawks and other birds of prey. Huxleys Birds of Prey centre will be visiting with some of their feathered friends for you to meet.
Fri 7, 14, 21, 28 Aug
Funday Fridays 11am-4pm
Come to Hatchlands for fun and games, a trail and arts and crafts.
The National Trust is a registered charity - charity number 205846. Our registered office is Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 2NA.
At ST. JOHNíS CENTRE, EPSOM ROAD, MERROW
Monday 2nd November 2009 at 8 pm
Merrow Residents' Association and St. John's Church are hosting a social evening in aid of
the War Memorial Fund.
Brigadier John Smales, who is an expert on the battles of the two World Wars will be our guest speaker. John will give an illustrated talk on "Lessons Learnt and forgotten in Two World Wars".
Entrance by ticket only will be £10 to include wine and light refreshments. (Tickets will be available nearer the time.) We hope that you will join us with your family and friends to support the fund for the much-needed maintainance of the Merrow War Memorial.
New members are welcome to join at the door.