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neil Posted - 30 Oct 2010 : 17:11:43
It has been suggested that there is a separate topic for events in the village where people can post details. There is, of course, an Events/Diary on the AVL site, but many people bypass this on their way to the Forums!

While there is a separate Forum here for organisations, many people miss them, hence this "Sticky" topic in the General Forum.

So, event organisers, start posting here!
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roosterbri Posted - 01 Nov 2014 : 10:43:42
quote:
Originally posted by Guiseppe

quote:
Originally posted by derekdainton

To go with their Angmering in Bloom Award it might not be a bad idea for The Spotted Cow to apply a lick of paint. For a pub in a prosperous village it hardly does itself justice.


If you follow the financial plight of 'Punch Taverns' who own the Spotted Cow along with thousands of other freehold pubs throughout the country, clearly the price of a pot of paint is out of the question at present.



Not sure about that Guiseppe when a Gin and Tonic and a Whiskey and American cost £9-80 a lot of tins of paint can be purchased. Also Punch shares have taken a big hike recently.
Guiseppe Posted - 30 Oct 2014 : 18:42:09
quote:
Originally posted by derekdainton

To go with their Angmering in Bloom Award it might not be a bad idea for The Spotted Cow to apply a lick of paint. For a pub in a prosperous village it hardly does itself justice.


If you follow the financial plight of 'Punch Taverns' who own the Spotted Cow along with thousands of other freehold pubs throughout the country, clearly the price of a pot of paint is out of the question at present.
roosterbri Posted - 30 Oct 2014 : 14:36:20
Hear Hear!!!!
quote:
Originally posted by derekdainton

To go with their Angmering in Bloom Award it might not be a bad idea for The Spotted Cow to apply a lick of paint. For a pub in a prosperous village it hardly does itself justice.

derekdainton Posted - 30 Oct 2014 : 14:09:18
To go with their Angmering in Bloom Award it might not be a bad idea for The Spotted Cow to apply a lick of paint. For a pub in a prosperous village it hardly does itself justice.
neil Posted - 25 Sep 2014 : 17:51:55
COMMUNITY CENTRE 5TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

On Saturday 4th October Angmering Community Centre Association (ACCA) will be celebrating the 5th Birthday of the opening of Angmering Community Centre. The Centre itself is owned by Angmering Parish Council but operated under a 25 year lease to the ACCA. The ACCA have arranged a whole range of activities between 10.00am and 6.00pm on that day. From 10.00am to 1.30pm, events will be largely aimed at children, while the afternoon events are more (but not entirely) adult orientated.

In the morning, there will be Face Painting, Owls about Town, Robbie the Magician, Angmering in Bloom Bulb Planting, plus demonstrations from many of the Centre's hirers including Choi Kwang Do, Activ8, Mathemagical, Boogiebeat, YogaPlay, and the Angmering School of Dance. All these activities are completely FREE! You can also have a Photograph taken by the Angmering Camera Club (for a nominal charge to cover costs), and there will be a special appearance from Bubbles the Pony (nominal Charge for Rides).

From 1.30pm adults will have a chance to try out activities offered by some of the groups and clubs based in the Centre. These will include the "Young at Heart" joint Albion/Arun fitness programmes, the IT Club, Wii Games, Foxwood Short Mat Bowls Club, Angmering Table Tennis Club, Liz Downs' Zumba Gold, Angmering WI Hand Chimes, Angmering Hand Bells, and Angmering Voices Choir. The afternoon's activities will end with a Tea Dance by Simply Sequence Dancing. Refreshments will be available throughout the day with Cream Teas in the afternoon.

Additionally, display boards in the Refreshment Area will have details of all the activities performed in the Community Centre, plus a photo display of contruction of the Centre from digging of the first turf until completion.

See www.angmeringvillage.co.uk/news/ACCA-BirthdayProg.pdf for full programme of events.

Questor Posted - 25 Oct 2013 : 17:26:39
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REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY.....WEAR YOUR POPPY WITH PRIDE
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On Remembrance Sunday our thoughts will again be towards all those we knew who fought so bravely for our liberty in those terrible wars of the 20th century. We shall never forget them.
Between the hours of 12.30 until 2pm on Remembrance Sunday THE LAMB will again be offering to all those who enter wearing their poppy...
FULLERS LONDON PRIDE BITTER at £2 A PINT.
Please give generously on this very special day, in remembrance to the group of men and women who died and those who were so seriously injured. They fought so bravely for our freedom.
WEAR YOUR POPPY WITH PRIDE. They are available now at The Lamb and other establishments in our village.
Questor Posted - 09 Jul 2013 : 18:46:02
*************VILLAGE NIGHT AT THE LAMB****************

**********ANGMERING'S ORIGINAL VILLAGE NIGHT**********

TUESDAY JULY 23RD....................TUESDAY JULY 23RD

A TWO COURSE SET MENU WITH A GLASS OF WINE OR A PINT FOR JUST £12

MAPLE CURED BACON CHOPS, SAGE CRUSHED POTATOES, GREEN BEANS, RED WINE JUS.
followed by GOOSEBERRY FOOL AND ELDERFLOWER SHORTBREAD.

BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AND EARLY BOOKING IS RECOMMENDED

COME AND MEET FRIENDS AT OUR VERY POPULAR VILLAGE NIGHT

PHONE FOR A TABLE ON 01903 774300 OR CALL IN AT THE LAMB

Questor Posted - 28 May 2013 : 10:23:56
***********VILLAGE NIGHT AT THE LAMB***********

TUESDAY JUNE 25TH.............TUESDAY JUNE 25TH

A TWO COURSE SET MENU WITH A GLASS OF WINE OR A PINT FOR JUST £12

48 HOUR BBQ BRISKET, homemade Slaw, buttered new potatoes & mixed leaves,
followed by Lemon posset, Raspberry coulis, & Shortbread biscuit.

BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AND EARLY BOOKING IS RECOMMENDED

COME AND MEET FRIENDS AT OUR VERY POPULAR VILLAGE NIGHT

PHONE FOR A TABLE ON 01903 774300 OR CALL IN AT THE LAMB
Questor Posted - 08 Mar 2013 : 04:18:57
***************VILLAGE NIGHT AT THE LAMB********************

TUESDAY MARCH 19TH........................TUESDAY MARCH 19TH

A TWO COURSE SET MENU WITH A GLASS OF WINE OR A PINT FOR JUST 12 POUNDS

A GREAT PIE NIGHT..............CHICKEN, HAM AND MUSHROOM PIE
with Purple Sprouting Broccoli and Mash Potato, followed by Lemon Panna Cotta & Raspberry Jelly.

OUTSTANDING VALUE! DON'T MISS OUR MOST POPULAR NIGHT OF THE MONTH

PHONE FOR A TABLE 01903 774300 OR CALL IN TO BOOK YOUR TABLE

COME AND MEET FRIENDS AT VILLAGE NIGHT......THE LAMB AT ANGMERING
Questor Posted - 06 Feb 2013 : 19:39:53
***************VILLAGE NIGHT AT THE LAMB AT ANGMERING****************

Come and meet new friends on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19th

A 2 COURSE SET DINNER AND A FREE PINT OR 175ml. GLASS OF WINE FOR JUST 12 POUNDS PER PERSON

SET MENU, Pigs Cheeks with Whole Grain Mustard Mash, Broccoli, Bourguignon Sauce. followed by Spotted Dick and Cinnamon Custard

Booking is essential and early booking is recommended.

PHONE THE LAMB AT ANGMERING ON 01903 774300 OR CALL TO BOOK YOUR TABLE

DON'T MISS OUR GREAT VALUE NIGHT AT THE LAMB AT ANGMERING...SOME TABLES STILL AVAILABLE
Questor Posted - 09 Jan 2013 : 20:24:14
*******VILLAGE NIGHT AT THE LAMB IS BACK******

Come and meet new friends on TUESDAY 22ND JANUARY.

A 2 COURSE SET DINNER AND A FREE PINT OR 175ml. GLASS OF WINE FOR JUST 12 POUNDS PER PERSON.

SET MENU. Shepherd's Pie & Green Beans followed by Apple and Blackberry Crumble with Clotted Cream.

Booking is essential and early booking is recommended.

PHONE THE LAMB ON 01903 774300 OR CALL IN TO BOOK YOUR TABLE

DON'T MISS THIS VERY POPULAR NIGHT AT THE LAMB AT ANGMERING
CherryRed Posted - 11 Dec 2012 : 19:55:41
tots in tow, with St Margaret's Community Church are running a fun event for under-5's and their families Teddy's Christmas Adventure

Sunday 16 December 3:30pm in St Margaret's School Hall.
More than 20 famillies are already signed up, but there is still time to join in.
Questor Posted - 08 Nov 2012 : 17:04:43
THE LAMB AT ANGMERING

*** BOOKING NOW *** BOOKING NOW ***

VILLAGE NIGHT TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27TH.

COME AND JOIN US AT OUR MONTHLY VILLAGE NIGHT AND MEET NEW FRIENDS.

A TWO COURSE SET MENU WITH A FREE PINT OR 175ML GLASS OF WINE FOR JUST 12 POUNDS PER PERSON

MENU.....Lamb,Rosemary and Apricot Sausages, Champ Mash, Broccoli & Onion Gravy.
Followed by.....Bread and Butter Pudding & Vanilla Cream.

Booking is essential and early booking is recommended.

PHONE THE LAMB ON 01903 774300 OR CALL IN TO BOOK YOUR TABLE.
Questor Posted - 30 Oct 2012 : 14:47:28
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY.
The Lamb at Angmering will have the Union Flag at half mast on Sunday in respect to the families of the Lamb's staff and the village families who so bravely fought for our liberty.
If you come into the Lamb after the service and you are wearing your poppy with Pride, we will be serving LONDON PRIDE BITTER reduced to £2 a pint from 12.30 until 2pm.
Poppys' are available in the Lamb all of this week and on Sunday before and after the service, please give generously to this very worthy cause, there are still many survivors who depend upon our generosity.
WEAR YOUR POPPY WITH PRIDE.
Questor Posted - 10 Oct 2012 : 17:02:17
THE LAMB AT ANGMERING.
VILLAGE NIGHT TUESDAY OCTOBER 23RD.
OF THE 70 COVERS AVAILABLE THERE ARE ONLY 10 SPACES LEFT. If you would like to join us please book soonest to aviod disappointment.
Questor Posted - 08 Oct 2012 : 18:47:50
COME AND JOIN US TO MEET NEW FRIENDS AT OUR MONTHLY VILLAGE NIGHT
AT THE LAMB AT ANGMERING.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 23RD 7.30 for 8pm.

A TWO COURSE SET MENU WITH A FREE PINT OR 175ml GLASS OF WINE FOR JUST £12 PER PERSON.

**BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL AND EARLY BOOKING IS RECOMMENDED.**

MENU... Roasted Chicken Supreme, Parsley Mash Potato, Kale and Coq Au Vin Sauce.
Followed by Warm Treacle Sponge Pudding & Proper Custard.

PHONE THE LAMB ON 01903 774300 OR CALL IN TO BOOK YOUR TABLE.

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Questor Posted - 05 Oct 2012 : 08:57:41
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GREAT NEW PROMOTIONS AT THE LAMB
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***MONDAY NIGHTS IS WINE NIGHT***
Every Monday night there is now 20% off of ALL of our wines by the GLASS or BOTTLE from 5pm to 11pm. You can now enjoy a bottle of our excellent house wine on a Monday evening for £11.20!!!
Come and join us. See our website for the promotion.

***WEDNESDAY NIGHT IS STEAK NIGHT***
Every Wednesday Night we now have a 'Steak Night'.
As well as the evening menu and the specials, we are promoting a 'WEDNESDAY STEAK NIGHT' where you can enjoy an 8oz Sirloin Steak, Hand Cut Chips, Roast Tomato and a 175ml glass of house wine for £16. See our website for the promotion.

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VILLAGE NIGHT ON OCTOBER 23RD.
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NEXT TUESDAY OUR OCTOBER VILLAGE NIGHT MENU WILL BE POSTED AND OPENED FOR BOOKINGS, 2 COURSES AND A GLASS OF WINE OR A PINT FOR £12............. WATCH THIS SPACE.
Questor Posted - 28 Sep 2012 : 15:51:31
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CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR AT THE LAMB AT ANGMERING
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the Lamb's website, www.thelamb-angmering.com has released details of their exciting Christmas and New Year Menus'.
Log onto the website for all lunch and dinner menus' for December and for New Years's Eve, when a sumptuous 5 course dinner will be available including a glass of champagne. Alternatively call in for a hard copy of our Festive Menu's which are available in the bar.
There is a separate £10 ticket available for the 'Bar' on New Year's Eve for those not dining which will include a glass of champagne on arrival. The Bar ticket will be limited to a maximum of 50 and entry will be by the 'Bar' ticket only.
The Lamb will be open every day in December for Morning Coffee, Lunch and Dinner. However, Christmas Day will be for a limited few hours over the lunchtime period for drinks only.
Come and join us for your Christmas celebrations at The Lamb at Angmering 01903 774300.
Questor Posted - 03 Jul 2012 : 18:57:24
THE LAMB 2ND VILLAGE NIGHT TUESDAY 24TH JULY
Bookings now being taken, go to www.thelamb-angmering.com for details or pop in the pub. Only a few places remaining.
neil Posted - 15 Aug 2011 : 09:33:40
The Sixth Annual "Angmering Village Summer Market" will be held this coming Saturday (20 August) between 9.30am and 2.00pm on Fletcher's Field in the middle of Angmering (next to St Margaret's Church).

As in the past there will be Food Stalls with Rustington Market, O'Hagan's Sausages and Crossbush Farm Shop being joined by newcomers "Funky Chutneys", the "Cupcake Kitten" and delicious varieties of Fudge among others, and Hammerpot Brewery and the Iron Railway Vineyard selling alcoholic beverages.

Local Associations will be there with the Allotment Association, Horticultural Society, W.I., Cricket Club, Croquet Club, Angmering Society and Twinning Association being well represented. This year, Angmering Village Life will also be there with a stall displaying hundreds of photos of Angmering's past.

The vast variety of Craft Stalls will offer a choice of jewellery, cards, photographs and art, textiles, bags, wooden items, glass crafts, ceramics, soaps and homewares and knitware. Refreshments will be provided by St. Margaret's Church and the ever popular O'Hagan's- and a bar by Hammerpot Brewery.

There will be Entertainment for the children and a chance for all ages to learn circus skills such as diabolos, juggling, ribbons, lolo balls and plates in a workshop provided by "Jellycircus" complete the scene.

All in all, there will be 47 stalls plus refreshments and children's enertainments.

As a bonus this year there will be a Fun Dog Show. This is being sponsored by Pets at Home and Companion Care. Registration from 9.30am. Judging commencing at 10.00am. The Classes for the show will be:

1. Prettiest Bitch
2. Most handsome Dog
3. Best Veteran (over 7 years)
4. Dog most like its Owner
5. Fancy Dress - Dog and Owner
6. Dog with the Waggiest Tail

There will also be a prize for the "Best in Show". Entry Fee just £1.00 per Class. Enquiries to Julie Moore 07712 049837

Have you got a craft to share? Are you in the food business? There are just a few places left. Don't delay and be disappointed. Contact Val Jerram on 01903-774247 or email valerie.jerram@btinternet.com for more information.

There is no entrance fee for those visiting the Market and there is free parking nearby at the farm. Make sure you do not miss Angmering's annual event.
(Please Note: The Angmering Village Summer Market has no connection with the Parish Council's planned September Fete which was cancelled at the beginning of this month).

patty Posted - 02 Aug 2011 : 22:20:02
SUNDAY 2ND OCTOBER - GRAND AUCTION IN AID OF ST.BARNABAS

To kick off the Parish Council's designated charity for the year, we will be holding a grand Auction in the Village Hall as above.

Full details will be about on posters shortly, but just asking you to book the date if you possibly can and come along to support this excellent cause.

You can donate items either 100% or on a 50/50 basis, where you will get 50% of the sale price and St.Barnabas will receive the other 50%.

Every penny raised wil go to St.Barnabas.

Time to sort out all those unwanted Christmas presents from last year to make room for this year.

Items can be received on the morning of the sale or can be dropped off at the Parish Council office any morning between 9am - 1pm.

New items, good quality second hand items. old tools, jewellery, etc etc, anything you consider to be saleable.
You can donate gift vouchers or even hire yourself for the day

This will be a fun Auction - hope to see as many of you as possible.
Jim Posted - 30 May 2011 : 20:58:06
FUN DAY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NEW ANGMERING SPORTS CLUBHOUSE

Angmering Sports and Recreation Association are hosting a fun day and car boot sale at the Palmer Road Recreation Ground, just off Arundel Road on Saturday the 4th of June. The fun day aims to raise funds to kick-start their ambitious plans to replace their existing clubhouse with a new set of changing rooms, storage facilities and function room.
The fun day is being supported by nearby St Margaretís Primary School who will be running a number of stalls, the school is also raising money to support its own development plans.
The fun day itself will kick off at 12 noon and will run until 5pm. So far the attractions include:


Coles Fairground rides
Chandlers BMW display
BBQ
Ice cream van
Raffle and tombola
Bird of Prey display
Live DJ and music through into the evening

The car boot sale also starts at midday, although sellers can arrive from 9am. Its £7 for a car and £10 for vans, cars and trailers. All queries about the car boot should be directed to Bob Chapman on 07743 127268

The Sports Association would like to thank Angmering-based Chandlers BMW for supporting the event, providing funds to enable some advertising of the fun day, whilst Barclays Bank have also offered to provide some volunteers to help man stalls on the day. Coles Fairground will complete its three night stay on the 4th of June, arriving on Thursday the 2nd, rides will be in operation on Thursday and Friday evening from 6pm through to Saturday evening when a closing firework display will take place.
angmeringpaul Posted - 23 May 2011 : 09:46:58
Wednesday is the annual village "May Day" celebration. This year it is St Wilfrids turn to host at the school in Arundel Road.

There is the usual procession which will lead from St Wilfrids to St Margerets and back to St Wilfrids for the crowning ceremony and traditional May dances.

There will be a little disruprtion to traffic in Arundel Road just after lunch time but all are welcome to watch the celebrations at St Wilfrids.
patty Posted - 16 May 2011 : 23:47:51
Just to remind people that the Circus is now on at Decoy Road/Palmer Road rec.
Today, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Last time they came it was a huge success, so do go if you like circus's.
neil Posted - 07 May 2011 : 17:41:55
This sticky topic was provided to assist village organisations in promoting their own events.

Just one event posted in six months!
patty Posted - 26 Feb 2011 : 22:26:56
Many thanks Neil, for including this sticky, and am surprised that so far no one has seen cause to make use of it.
So........I would like to be the first.
Community Tree Planting Day Sunday 13th March 2011.

Come along and plant a tree or two for the future. Everyone is welcome, and all ages.
We have a wonderful grant of some 520 tree whips, and this could enhance what is already an amazing area of open space.
I think we sometimes forget how lucky we are with what we have available in our village and to get this chance to improve the area even more promises to make this a fun day.
It should not be hard work planting these trees, they are only very small and each one has a stake and plastic sleeve to go with it for protection.
I would love to see as many youngsters helping out and will take along a roll of ribbon so that they can write their names on it and tie it around the trees/s they have planted, so enabling them to watch them grow along with themselves.
All being well, the youth bus will be there offering free refreshments and shelter, should the weather not be too helpful!

To enable us to have a rough idea to plan the planting and refreshments, could I ask you please to register your interest with the Parish Council office as soon as you can.
Look forward to seeing you on the day..

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