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Christmas Wreath Making Evening – Sunday 11th December 2022

Sunday 11th December 2022

From 17:00 to 19:00 Prompt Start

Village Hall, Catherington

12” Door Wreath making session that provides/includes everything you need – kindly led by Julie Crang.

Places must be booked in advance. Please reserve your place using since numbers are restricted and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Admission: £10 per wreath, payable on the door.

Please feel free to bring Christmas baubles, lights, cinnamon sticks, dried orange segments, or whatever…

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Catherington Christmas Carols. Sunday 4th December @ 17:00

On Sunday 04 December 2022 at 5.00 pm Catherington residents and families began gathering around the Village Christmas Tree for the annual Carol Singing.

Upon arrival – warm mulled wine, deliciously warm freshly made sausage rolls and cheese puffs were handed out to welcome everyone and to start the evening off.

The Salvation Army led us all with their music and carol selection and also narrated some wonderful Christmas stories which brought much cheer to us all.

As a “Thank You” to…

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AGM – Friday 18th November 2022

Catherington Village Residents’ Association 2022 Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 18th November at The Village Hall located behind the infant School at 7:30 p.m.

Catherington Village Hall


Catherington Village Time Capsule – 11th October 2022

CVRA have assembled a “Time Capsule” which will be buried in Old School Field, Catherington Lane at 10:00 on Tuesday 11th October:-

The ceremony will be attended by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Mr Nigel Atkinson, The King’s representative in the county.

The Catherington Village Residents’ Association are going to bury a “Time Capsule” containing 70 items that have been in use during the late HM Queen Elizabeth II’s incredible reign.

Horndean Parish Council have kindly…

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2022 Jubilee Events – 2nd & 3rd June

CVRA are excited to host two events, on 2nd & 3rd June, to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. More details can be found in the Platinum Jubilee Flyer

The CVRA would like to express their sincere thanks to Keydell Nurseries and other local businesses for their support with the above two events; and “Achoired Taste” – who are a Community Choir led by Lou Bundy for their entertainment and leading…

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First Wednesday of the month in The Farmer

We are restarting the monthly informal get togethers at The Farmer Inn on the first Wednesday of the month – so Wednesday next 6th October 2021 at 20:00.  Come along and catch up with friends and neighbours or meet new ones. 

Farmer Inn, Catherington •


AGM Friday 26th November 2021

Catherington Village Residents’ Association 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 26th November at The Village Hall located behind the infant School at 7:30 p.m.

Catherington Village Hall

POSTPONED – AGM – Friday 25th September 2020 at 7pm
POSTPONED – Due of the new Rule of Six we would be limited to a maximum of six people attending a meeting at Church Hall! In these circumstances there is no alternative but to postpone the AGM to a date to be fixed.
The CVRA AGM will be held at The Church Hall on Friday 25th September at 19:00.
More details will follow in due course, but because of Covid-19 we will,…

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Catherington Now and Then – 30th/31st August
Catherington Now and Then
Sara Schillemore is holding her bi-annual “Catherington Now and Then” display of photos, newspaper articles and information about Catherington, Clanfield and other local villages at Catherington Church Hall again this year.
It’s all a bit different this year though it will, of course, be “Covid19 friendly” so visitors are asked to wear masks and observe the 2 metre distancing rule.
Sara will have a selection have priceless records and registers from local churches on…

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Catherington Village Christmas Tree
Catherington Village Christmas Tree
CVRA committee decided it would be a good idea to have a village Christmas tree.
It was decided to plant a tree that would last for several years as opposed to buying a sawn off tree each year.
This was not a cheap option… therefore the tree purchased was only five feet tall with a foot of that being under ground!
The actual tree is a Fraser Fir -voted best Christmas tree by Gardeners’ World!
It arrived early one November…

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