Exhibition and prize-giving for the Competitions
This took place on Sat. 21st September 10.00am - 12.00noon
in the Timothy Room at St Luke's Parish Church, Grayshott
Painting under 6: Mirabelle Wallace-Bourgoin
Painting 7 - 10: Angelique Wallace-Bourgoin
Painting 11 - 16: Lottie Tellyn;
runner-up Christina Linton
Poem 7 - 10: Georgina Bollom
Story 11 - 16: Edward Linton
Junior Photography: Jennifer Linton;
runner-up Robin Simons
Adult Photography: Kathleen Bird;
runner-up Jim Henson
From the right: Kathleen Bird; Jim Henson; Christina Linton; (Judge, Dr Roni Brown); Edward Linton; Lottie Tellyn; Robin Simons; Mirabelle Wallace-Bourgoin.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and George Bernard Shaw
The Broomsquire and his wife
'Sir Robert Hunter' narrated the history of Waggoners Wells and introduced some of the characters associated with the area, on the dramatised walk organised for us
by JO Smith and the Headley Theatre Group.
Sir Robert talking to Flora Thompson at the Wishing Well
A Walk with Sir Robert Hunter
Sunday 26th May
Sir Robert and his memorial stone
Friends Open Afternoon
Wed 3rd July
This introduction to the new working facilities for the Wardens was well attended, and the tea and cakes enjoyed by all.
Sat. evening 29th June
Ludshott Common - Heathland at Dusk
This was well attended and several of the elusive nightjars were seen as well as heard.
Listening to Chris Webb, Head Warden, at the beginning of the 'Nightjar Walk' 2013
Sun. afternoon 11th August Ludshott Common
Warden Jim introducing the afternoon's activities
'Bangers and burgers' in their den
This was held on Friday 11th October 8.00pm
in the Church Centre, Headley
Questionmaster David and scorer Ann
This was a wet and windy evening but the weather did not dampen the spirits of the Quizzers. More than 40 people joined in the fun and games, and enjoyed an excellent Ploughman’s Supper in the interval.
We think that this event may well become a permanent fixture every Autumn!
Christmas Tree Sale
Sat. 7th December 9.00am -12 noon
Ludshott Common main (Dunelm) car park car park on B3002 between Headley Down and Grayshott (map ref SU853358).
Homemade mincepies and mulled wine
Our trees are young Scots Pines which self-seed all over the Common and need to be removed to maintain the open beauty of the lowland heath.
By buying one you are supporting the essential nature conservation of the rare birds, animals and plants found here.
Three years ago
Now - 2013