Monday 12 September at 2pm
Local film maker Ian Lewis will be presenting A Parcel of Time. This lovely film, shot over two years, depicts daily life in the village of Hope Mansell and reflects on the changes affecting this rural community. The afternoon will include an opportunity to discuss the film with Ian. This is a free event but please email email@example.com to let them know if you would like to attend.
Monday 10 October at 2pm
Marking the 350th anniversary of its building, the Almeley Quaker Meeting House will be the subject of a talk by Kitt Byatt on . Kitt will reflect on the local presence of the Quakers in the 17th century, their persecution and their key involvement with the establishment of the colony of Pennsylvania.
HARC’s exhibition for autumn will be Fold Lines, a varied response by local artistic to our local landscape, in particular around the random intersections of folds in maps. The exhibition will run from 6 September to 23 December.