Katharine Skillen organized another successful Art Exhibition in the Village Hall last weekend. Our thanks go to Katharine and her group of volunteers for making such an event possible.
There was a fantastic variety of Art on display ranging from paintings and photographs through to textile art and ceramics.
It was a lovely social event with drinks and nibbles provided at the Preview evening on Friday.
Graham Skillen created an interesting display on local history with an informative account of the former windmill in the village. There was a fascinating ancient map of North Cheriton and archives dating back to 1840 from which you could have fun discovering the occupants of your house at that time!
Many thanks to everyone who popped in over the three days, some of whom returned several times!
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Nearly sixty residents enjoyed a wonderful Harvest Lunch on Sunday after the Harvest Festival Service in Church.
Hearty Autumnal Casseroles and Warming Puds were much appreciated by everyone and we also formally welcomed Tristram’s lovely new wife, Angela, to her first North Cheriton Harvest Festival and Lunch.
The opportunity was also taken to wish Judy Bell luck in her new home – she assured us that she would be a frequent visitor!!
Libby was missed, but everything came together and the tables looked fabulous!
The children contributed as usual, with their edible ciabatta harvest mice and decorated poem cards, all lovingly made during a creative afternoon at Fiona De Pelet’s.
Many thanks to everyone who came and supported the chosen charity “Opportunity International”.