Come and see
the daffodils in
St. Nicholas’ Churchyard.
Tea and cakes being served
with a prize raffle.
(All proceeds to St. Nicholas Church – a member of the North Downs Benefice group of churches which include All Saints’ in Hollingbourne.)
The Stroke Association is holding a Resolution Run in Mote Park, Maidstone on March 25, 2018 . Until December 27, entry is £10 and then will go up to £16 on December 28. Further information available from firstname.lastname@example.org
A Family Communion service for Palm Sunday. All are welcome.
For further information about All Saints’ Church, Hollingbourne, please go to Site Pages. For a full list of local services please go to http://www.hollingbournepc.kentparishes.gov.uk/default.cfm?pid=3010
The annual egg rolling competition for pupils of Hollingbourne County Primary School. This event which uses hard boiled eggs that are decorated by the pupils is a local tradition.
Please see the School website at http://www.hollingbourne.kent.sch.uk/ for further information or Tel 880270.
Pictured below is a previous year’s Egg Rolling Race on the Downs.
Kent Council Council Libraries Department has decided to reduce the visits of the mobile library service to Hollingbourne to just one per fortnight on a Wednesday lunchtime.
The county wide service has been drastically reduced to save £150,000 a year. The date of the last weekly visit was on 30th June 2016 and the first fortnightly visit was on 20th July. The stops at Troys Mead and Church Approach have been abandoned.
For a list of the future dates pleases go to the Regular Events page at http://www.hollingbournepc.kentparishes.gov.uk/regular-events-and-meetings-not-listed-in-diary-dates/
Pictured below is the library van outside the Village Hall.
Please see http://www.hollingbourne.kent.sch.uk/ for more information about Hollingbourne County Primary School or go to http://www.kent.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/56275/Term-dates-2017-18.pdf
A special service for Maunday Thursday – All are welcome. This the Maunday Thursday church service for the Pilgrim’s Way Parishes of which Hollingbourne is a member church.
Are you Mensa or Densa? The Sugar Loaves hosts a weekly quiz night with an entry fee of £1.
Other regular events are Fish Nights every Friday from 5pm to 9pm, a Cheese Club on Saturdays at 1pm, and Vinyl Record Nights on the first Saturday of each month.
For more information about the Sugar Loaves please go http://www.sugarloaveshollingbourne.co.uk/index
Hollingbourne is fortunate to have three pubs and other two have steak nights on Tuesdays and the Windmill has fish and chips on Thursdays for £7.50.
For more information about the Windmill in Eyhorne Street please go to http://www.thewindmillbyrichardphillips.co.uk/
For more information about the Dirty Habit in Upper Street on the Pilgrim’s and North Downs Way please go to http://www.elitepubs.com/the_dirtyhabit/
Pictured below is Steve Thomas who is the licensees of the Sugar Loaves which offers darts, pool, and bat and trap games as well as traditional pub food.
This is family service and all are welcome. This is the Good Friday Service for the Pilgrim’s Way Parishes of which Hollingbourne is a member church.
For further details of all local church services, please go to http://www.hollingbournepc.kentparishes.gov.uk/default.cfm?pid=3010
A traditional Easter Saturday event for all the family along the A20 at the bottom of Charing Hill. Attractions include a children’s fun fair, market stalls, refreshment tents, and racing with the chance of a flutter with the course bookmakers. Hollingbourne once had a point to point course which was located in the field between the Cardwell Pavilion and the Pilgrim’s Way.
Pony races start at 12.45 and horse races begin at 2pm. Admission £20 per car on the course or £30 per car on the hill with view of the course. Pedestrians are £5 and children are free. Single occupant cars are entitled to a £10 discount.
Pictured below is a race at Charing.