Alton Parish village website

This is the Website of Alton Parish Council, comprising the three villages of Alton Barnes, Alton Priors and Honeystreet.   This website last updated 26 January 2020 

Next Saturday

Monthly Coffee Mornings and Village Market. 

Saturday 1 February 2020

The coffee mornings and village market are usually held on the first Saturday morning of every month, in the Coronation Hall, starting at about 10.00 am to midday. The coffee morning with a village market is new idea for us - do support it and come along.  If you wish to sell or swap some home made jams, cakes, honey, marmalade, (please ensure you home made products have you contact details on the label) plants, flowers or even some Bric-à-brac do come to the Coffee Morning & Village Market. For those selling at the market a volantry contribution to the hall funds would be appreciated.  Bring your family and friends, meet your neighbours if you’ve yet to meet them and generally hear all the village gossip. There are always delicious cakes to go with the tea or coffee.  Open to everyone and visitors.
Please Volunteer to help with coffee mornings

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To Hire Coronation Hall email: richardheacock@mac.com


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