HALL FULL TO CAPACITY FOR QUIZ

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Thirty four contestants made up nine teams to brave a cold Saturday evening for a very enjoyable Quiz Night in the community hall. The evening was hosted by Inquizitor Phil Heller and ably assisted by Bernice keeping the scores.

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The top prize was won by the ‘Heller’s Angels’ team who scored a massive 150 points, and the evening was rounded off with a raffle. Everyone seemed to go home with a smile on their faces although maybe the beer, wine and nibbles that the contestants brought along helped with that. The general view was that is was a successful and agreeable evening and more of the same should be put into the calendar.

Hall from front

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Don’t forget to book your Quiz places

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Have you booked your team in for the NMDCA Quiz night

this coming Saturday 24th Feb.

Only £10 for a team of 4.

The Quiz starts at 8 oclock.

Inquisitor is the ever popular Phil Heller.

Bring your own drinks and nibbles.

Prizes and Raffle.

Phone Doreen 02380 268562 or email editor@nmdca.org.uk

NMDCA Walking Group

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The survey highlighted that people would like some organised events to take place on North Millers Dale. One of the activities that people were interested in was a walking group. We plan to hold a walk around the local area on Tuesday 6th March.

We will meet on the green in front of the Hiltonbury Farmhouse at 10.30am.

The walk that we are proposing will be about 3 miles and take approximately one and a half hours. People may like to finish off with lunch or a drink in the pub. If you are interested you could email editor@nmdca.org.uk or just turn up on the day. This will be a nice way to meet your neighbours.

 

What was this for?

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Here’s a question. Does anyone know what the brickwork between the Farmhouse and the Community Hall was intended for?

The middle picture was posted on our sister site Chandler’s Ford Neighbours by Sarah Ghafoor and got me thinking. 27336986_10215251824756087_129756936024032815_nThe picture dates back to 1986. Some of it was removed to allow the Deanery to access the car park but some still remains.fhnew