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February 2019 - Town Diary
Date Time Location Cost Description
Sat 16th Feb 19
Sun 24th Feb 19
10.00 am - 2.00 pmDevil's Punch Bowl Cafe, GU26 6AB

Local National Trust Event: Half-Term History & Mystery family Trail

A chance for your family to discover the history behind Gibbett Hill, the Devil's Punch Bowl, the sailor's stone and more... Thereís plenty of space to run, jump and play around and always something for families to do. As well as challenging yourself with our half-term trail, you can explore our natural play trail and finish the day with a hot chocolate and a slice of cake at our cafť.
Thu 21st Feb 19
2.30 pmHaslemere Educational Museum£5.00, all welcome

Three Counties Assn of NT Members & Volunteers: Talk

All things British, Eccentricities, Heroes. For members of the Three Counties Association of National Trust members, volunteers and their guests. Contacts: nt3counties@yahoo.co.uk, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/three-counties-association.
Fri 22nd Feb 19
Sat 23rd Feb 19
7.30 pmHaslemere Hall, Bridge Road, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 2AS£20.00 to £35..00

Jane Austen's Mansfield Park: with Opera South

This professional group of emerging operatic stars presents a witty adaptation by renowned British composer Jonathan Dove and librettist Alastair Middleton. 'I intend to make Fanny Price fall in love with me!' While Sir Thomas Bertram is away visiting his plantations in Antigua, his Mansfield Park Estate is thrown out of kilter by the arrival of Mary Crawford and her fickle brother Henry. hedonists escaping the social whirl of London, they crash into the countryside and corrupt the Bertram family. At the centre of the chaotic household, Fanny Price (Austenís own Cinderella) watches helplessly as relationships are tested and the social order is unsettled. Will the Bertram daughters escape untarnished from Henry's wanton advances? Will Fannyís beloved cousin Edmund see through Maryís superficial social charm? Itís a thrilling enactment. See websites for information and tickets: www.operasouth.co.uk/events/upcoming-events, http://www.haslemerehall.co.uk/live-music/mansfield-park/.
Fri 22nd Feb 19
7.00 pm - 10.30 pmHaslewey Community Centre, Lion Green, Wey Hill, GU27 1LD£10.00, to include a free drink

A Quiz Night to Support the Mayor's Charities

Please bring your own light refreshments. There will be a bar. Haslemere Town Council, 01428-654 305, admin@haslemeretc.org.
Sat 23rd Feb 19
9.00 am - 11.30 amThe Hunter Centre, Marjorie Gray Hall, Grayswood Road, Haslemere£10.00

The Haslemere Farmers Market Charity Breakfast

In aid of The Hunter Centre. Menu provided by The Haslemere Farmers Market to include fresh porridge, muesli, eggs, bacon, sausages and preserves, all locally produced. Tickets from James Halfhide at Imbhams Farm Granary, 01428-644 088.
Thu 28th Feb 19
Doors open 7.30 pm, talk at 8.00 pmFernhurst Village Hall, GU27 3EHMembers free, visitors £1.00, all welcome

The Fernhurst Society presents: Lord Egremont on his Life and Times in Petworth House

The guest speaker is well known simply as Max Egremont, the historical biographer, whose books include those on Siegfried Sassoon, Arthur Balfour and many others, while at the same time he lives in Petworth House, given by his family to the National Trust in 1947. Among his many interests, is his current presidency of the Sussex branch of the CPRE and of the Sussex Heritage Trust. Refreshments available. For further information please contact fernhurstsociety.org.uk.

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