The St George’s Players will again be putting on a revue in the Hollingbourne Village Hall on Thursday the 8th November, Friday the 9th November and Saturday the 10th November.
In past years we have always staged a revue near or on St George’s day, but this year’s we are staging a commemorative revue to coincide with the 100 years Aniversary of the end of The Great War.
The profits from the revue will go to the Meadows Trust and in particular the 100 project.
If you would like tickets please telephone Lynn and Glenn Bryan on 01622 880200. The tickets have been going very fast and we have some remaining tickets for the Thursday (8th) performance.
Project 100 is the plan to mark the 100th anniversary of the ends of WW1 by planting 100 hawthorn trees on the land of the Hollingbourne Meadows Trust at the rear of Tilefields. The trees will be planted at the start of October and the formal opening will be with a service of dedication on Sunday 11th November led by the Reverend Paul Kite at 2pm. Among the attendees will be the Mayor of Maidstone, Councillor David Naghi and others.
The intention is that trees are dedicated to servicemen who died in WW1 with the first 50 being allocated to residents of Hollingbourne who have relatives who perished in the conflict. Trees cost £295 and more information is available from Shaun Cardwell (Tel 880199).