Thursday 28th March sees the latest talk from the Hook History Society. The guest speaker is Hook’s own Dr Sam Blaxland who will be giving a talk titled Hook to Westminster. The evening will start at 7:30pm at Mount Zion Hall, Hook with an admission price of £2
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This year sees the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and we invite you all to attend our Remembrance Service which will be held at the Hook Miners Memorial Garden on Sunday 11th November with the service starting at 10:45am.
As in previous years the service will consist of a couple of readings and a prayer before the playing of the last post.
This will be followed by the laying of the wreaths by organisations, groups and families in remembrance of those who lost their lives.
Following the service there will be light refreshments in the club served by members of the Hook Forum.
Also on display in the club will be a collection of works created by local members of Hook Art Club.
We hope to see you all there
There will be a meeting of the Hook Community Forum on Wednesday 7th November at 7:15pm at Hook Sports & Social Club.
The Hook Community Forum are an independent group set with the wellbeing of the village as their main aim. The hard working group is made up with representatives of a number of clubs and societies within the village and are always looking for new people to join in.
The meetings are very informal affairs with all attendees encouraged to put forward thoughts and ideas.
So please if you have an hour or so to spare come along and join in.
Don’t forget tonight is the 2nd village plan workshop with Planed.
Again it will give the opportunity for you to air your ideas of what you would like to see in the village.
Tonight’s meeting is at the Hook Sports & Social Club starting at 6:00pm. Refreshments will be provided
We hope to see you there.
Flyers have now been produced for the upcoming Village well-being plan which is being drawn up with the help of Planed.
Flyers will be delivered door to door this week throughout the village.
This is a fantastic opportunity to come along and voice your thoughts and ideas on what you would like to see in the village of Hook.
All ideas will be taken away and investigated before a village plan of aims and projects will be drawn up.
So if there is anything you would like to see in the village then please come along and let us know.
Our hope is that some ideas will be quickly adopted and up and running whilst any major projects and long term goals can be set as future targets.
So please come along and help shape the future of our wonderful village.
Hook Community Council are pleased to be working again with PLANED on the Hook Village Plan.
We have arranged an initial meeting at Hook Sports & Social Club for Wednesday 10th October 2018 at 6:00pm.
The purpose of the evening is for residents to put forward ideas of what they would like to see in the village. All thoughts and ideas are welcome whether it be a fantastic new multi purpose play park or a few daffodils to brighten up the village.
It is important that we get as many different views and ideas from as many villagers as possible so that PLANED can collate the information gathered before working with us on our updated Hook village plan.
Obviously we won’t be able to guarantee that all ideas will be implemented but we can prioritise what the village feels is needed most and set our targets from there.
This is a great opportunity to get your voice heard and we hope to see as many as possible attend.
There will be snacks and light refreshments provided free on the night
Saturday morning will see the History Society host a walk. All participants are asked to meet at the Hook Sports Club carpark at 10:15am for a 10:30am start. This year’s walk is approx 2 miles and should take around 1 hour after which you will be invited to go into the club for a well earned cuppa