What's On In and Around Haslemere

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October 2015 - All Events
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Sun 4th Oct 15
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Black Down & Hindhead Supporters of the National Trust: Punch Bowl Challenges

Running events for all the family, incorporating the third Punch Bowl 10k run. www.punchbowl10k.com, and www.pbchallenges.co.uk for details and entry forms. Black Down & Hindhead Supporters website: www.haslemere-nt.com.

Sun 4th Oct 15
2.30pmMeet outside Haslemere Educational Museum£2.50 Donation to Haslemere Museum please

Haslemere Town Walk

Find out more about the buildings, streets, history and the people from the past and go on a town trail – a historical journey round this picturesque town with local historian Tim Winter. Meet outside the Museum at 2.30pm

Email: enquiries@haslemeremuseum.com Website: www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk
Phone: 01428 642112
Sat 10th Oct 15
First film 4.20 pm for 4.50 pm, second film 7.00 pm for 7.30 pmFernhurst Village Hall, GU27 3EHFirst film £5.00/£3.00, second film £5.00

TWO FILMS: First - Paddington, second - Fernhurst Films with: Goodbye Lenin

Afternoon film, in aid of the Friends of Fernhurst School: PADDINGTON. Paddington brings a beloved children's character into the 21st century without sacrificing his essential charm.

Evening film, with Fernhurst Films: GOODBYE LENIN. It is October 1989. Alex's loyal communist mother suffers a heart attack and falls into a coma during which time the Berlin Wall comes down. Doctors warn Alex that any shock could be fatal for her and he sets about recreating every detail of the old East Berlin in their flat.
121 minutes.

Sat 10th Oct 15
7.30pmHaslemere Educational MuseumAdult £15 Under 18 £5

An English Music - Opus Anglicanum

Reader Zeb Soanes (BBC Radio 4) narrates HILAIRE BELLOC’S poetic, reflective and humorous ‘The Four Men’ of 1911. Grizzlebeard, Myself, the Poet and the Sailor walk across the Weald of Sussex from Robertsbridge to Harting, with lively conversation, debate and songs along the way. The five singers perform Vaughan Williams, Gurney, Warlock, Butterworth, and Elgar, and feature songs by Belloc himself.
Sat 10th Oct 15
7pmHaslemere Methodist Church, Lion Green, Weyhill, GU27 1LDAdvance tickets £10 [or £12 pay at the door], with children half-price

Concert by Liphook's 'Love to Sing' Choir plus Harvest

Haslemere Methodist Church presents a Concert by Liphook's 'Love to Sing' Choir plus Harvest Supper. Enjoy well-known songs presented by this talented choir and share in the buffet Harvest Supper. Get advance tickets from the church's Open Door Coffee Lounge from 10 am to 12 noon on Tues, Wed, Fri and Sat. Please tell your friends and come in colourful clothes to add to the fun atmosphere.
Sat 10th Oct 15
7.30 pmBeacon Hill United Reformed Church (URC), Churt Road, Beacon Hill, Hindhead GU26 6NL£10.00, children free

Rushmoor Male Voice Choir in Concert

Come and have a really enjoyable evening! Tickets from the URC’s ‘HUB’ Coffee Bar : Monday – Friday 9am – 12 midday or by telephoning 01428-604 926. Light refreshments will be available in the interval.
Mon 12th Oct 15
2.00 pmHaslemere Hall, Bridge Road (GU27 2AS)£2.00 Non-members welcome

Haslemere U3A Monthly Meeting: The Rise and Fall of Emma Hamilton

With Bob France, a lecturer and tour guide at Uppark, who will amaze us with the dramatic story of Emma Hamilton (1765-1815), who rose from the slums of the northwest to become the most portrayed woman in Europe, the confidante of a queen, and the lover of England's greatest naval hero - and of her final fall from fame. Membership inquiries Margaret Mowatt 01428-652 338 and www.haslemere-u3a.org.uk.

Wed 14th Oct 15
EveningHaslemere Hall, Bridge Road (GU27 2AS)

Three Counties Association of National Trust Members: AGM

Our association organises outings, walks, lectures, and holidays for National Trust members and volunteers. We are a friendly group of like-minded people of all ages. Most members come from Haslemere, Liphook, Midhurst or Petersfield. Through our activities we raise money for local National Trust projects. Our trips are exclusively for members and their guests, who are also given priority in the allocation of seats in our lectures. For membership details contact us on 01428-722 638 or email threecountiesnt@yahoo.co.uk.
Fri 16th Oct 15
7.30pmSt. Christopher's Church, St Christopher's Green£10 or £7 concessions

Sounding Brass Concert

Haslemere Town Band will be playing a variety of well known music and your favourite tunes. Tickets available on the door.
Sat 17th Oct 15
7.30pmLiphook Millenium Hall, Ontario Way, Liphook GU30 7LD£10 Concessions £8

Rotary Club - Autumn Concert

Haslemere Rotary Club present an evening full of brass featuring Liss Band. All proceeds to Kings World Trust for Children. Tickets through Peter Leete in Grayshott, Georgian Hotel, High Street, Haslemere, Liphook Art & Faming and Jenny Mason on 01428 684747
Sat 17th Oct 15
10am - 2pmHaslemere Methodist Church, Wey Hill, GU27 1LDFOC

Coffee Morning

Special coffee morning arranged by the Haslemere Quilters, with quilt items made by group members for sale in aid of the Melanie Braysher Trust --- a local charity purchasing essential mobility equipment for children.
Sat 17th Oct 15
7.30 pmSt Christopher's Church, Wey Hill, Haslemere, GU27 1DD£12.50, under 18s half price

Haslemere Musical Society (HMS): Orchestral Concert

Beethoven: Overture Leonora No 1,Chausson: Incidental Music The Tempest, Sibelius: Valse triste, Roussel: Le Festin de l’araignée, Tchaikovsky: Suite No 4, Mozartiana. Tickets from members or Haslemere Hall Box Office 01428-642 161 Further information from www.hmsoc.org.uk.
Tue 20th Oct 15
2.00 pm for 2.15 pm Haslemere Hall, Bridge Road (GU27 2AS)No charge for visitors but donations welcome.


A look at the mysterious double panel painting set in the context of life at the turn of the 15th Century. Haslemere Decorative & Fine Arts Society (registered charity no: 1151238) is a member society of NADFAS. Lectures on 3rd Tuesday of the month (September-June). For full details of lectures, outings and study days visit the website at www.haslemeredfas.org.uk, For all enquiries please email enquiries@haslemeredfas.org.uk.To join, telephone the membership secretary: 01428-683 578. New members are always welcome.
Tue 20th Oct 15
Sat 24th Oct 15
Haslemere Hall, Bridge Road, Haslemere GU27 2AS£7.50 to £15 with concessions

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

The Haslemere Players forthcoming production of the Broadway blockbuster musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a toe tapping comic gem, bristling with humour, romance and song. The exhilarating musical score is by Frank Loesser (of Guys and Dolls fame) and includes Brotherhood of Man and The Company Way.

Tickets from www.HaslemereHall.co.uk or 01428 642161
Sat 24th Oct 15
7.30 pmHaslewey Community Centre, Lion Green GU27 1LDTBA

Haslemere Charity Masquerade Ball

We would like to invite you all to attend The Haslewey Charity Masquerade Ball for the official unmasking of the new look Haslewey. This event promises to be a fun filled opulent evening, with a champagne reception, string quartet, five course gourmet meal with wine, a live band plus a few other little surprises. We even provide you with a mask! Tickets are available from the Haslewey reception and can be booked as individuals and groups. For more details please contact us athaslewey@haslemere.com or call 01428- 648 716.
Tue 27th Oct 15
12.15 pm - 1.00 pmHaslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, GU27 2LA Donations welcome/No need to book. Family Drop in Event

And After That He Ate Them at Haslemere Museum!

A chance to meet local artist, author and illustrator Leon Hills who will be reading from his book as well as signing copies. This event is part of Big Draw Month. Email: enquiries@haslemeremuseum.co.uk, website: www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk, Tel: 0142-642 112.
Wed 28th Oct 15
1.45 pmHaslemere Hall, Bridge Road (GU27 2AS)Members free, visitors £5,00

Haslemere Flower Club with Hazel McGregor and Floral Fusion

Exhibit: Fruit & Veg. Annual subscription £31.00 Visitors welcome. Various social activities are organised throughout the year, including workshops and outings. Meetings 4th Wednesday of the month (no meeting in August) AGM in December. Enquiries to the secretary: gailbearman@btinternet.com.
Wed 28th Oct 15
2.00 pm - 4.00 pmHaslewey Community Centre, Lion Green, Wey Hill GU27 1LD£4.00 to include tutor, tea and cake

Tea Dance

Due to the popularity and success of the last tea dance, The Orchard Club based at the Haslewey Community, will be hosting another. People can come on their own or bring a friend, no experience necessary. The Orchard Club will be delighted to see you. To buy a ticket, please telephone 01428-658 190.

Fri 30th Oct 15
1.00 pm - 4.30 pmHaslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, GU27 2LA Adults £1.00, children £3.00 (no need to book)

Haunted Hallowe'en

Dress up in your spookiest costume and come along for some spooky fun! Enjoy creepy crafts and pumpkin carving (remember to bring your own pumpkin or squash) and take part in our Hallowe'en procession through Haslemere, which starts at the museum at 4.30pm and finishes in the town’s central car park. The museum café will be open for some fang-tastic food and drink too! email: enquiries@haslemeremuseum.co.uk, website: www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk, Tel: 0142-642 112.
Sat 31st Oct 15
7.30 pm - 11.00 pmOur Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church Hall, Derby Road, Haslemere£32.50 pp including warming-up drink on arrival!

RNLI Annual Evening Event: Murder Mystery & 3-course Supper

For further information please contact Mrs Linda Donaldson linda.haslemere@btinternet.com, 01428-644 473.
Sat 31st Oct 15
TBAGrayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott, near Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6TZTBA

Grayshott Folk Club presents: The Henry Girls

On tour from Ireland. Also The Coach House Company. Tickets for all Grayshott Folk Club gigs may be purchased in person from: Magical Rooms, 2 Headley Road, GRAYSHOTT, Nr. Hindhead, Surrey GU26 6LE (opposite The Fox & Pelican pub). Any problems? Call Des O’Byrne on: 01428-607 096.
Sat 31st Oct 15
Doors open 6.00 pm, film starts 7.00 pmHaslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, GU27 2LA £5.00, please book in advance

Night in the Museum

Enjoy a special Hallowe'en opening of Haslemere Museum. Doors open at 6pm so you can explore the dark galleries (bring a touch!) and get a drink and popcorn before watching the 3rd Night in the Museum film ‘Secret of the Tomb’. Part of Museums at Night. Café/Bar open. email: enquiries@haslemeremuseum.co.uk, website: www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk, Tel: 0142-642 112.
Sat 31st Oct 15
10.30 am - 3.30 pmGrayswood Village Hall, Grayswood, Surrey GU27 2DJ

Autumn Craft & VIntage Fair

Hallowe'en in the country ~ Find Lots of beautiful artisan craft & vintage stalls selling everything for you and your home including furniture, textiles, flowers, gifts, clothing, bric a brac & lots more hidden treasure. There will be a cosy cafe pit stop with pumpkin tea lights & cosy throws to keep you warm while you enjoy an alfresco style cup of tea & cake ~ a perfect day out for all the family.

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