John Ruscoe is a local historian presently researching the history of the Bear Hotel, Hodnet. He is interested in any information on any of the previous Tenants and Landlords before 1970, old photographs and anything else about The Bear.
He would be very grateful for any help that anyone is able to give and is contactable via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hodnet Footpath Group [HFG] has finalised its programme of walks for 2019, and everyone is welcome to join us along with well behaved dogs – on leads where appropriate.
Our walks are leisurely paced and suitable for most abilities.
Suitable clothing/footwear are advised, and bring your own refreshments – if desired.
We will be continuing to promote/walk selected routes from our recently expanded series of walk leaflets – available from a range of local outlets and downloadable from our page ofr this website.
We’re a friendly bunch and always more than happy to welcome new faces. We hope you can join us.
Here are the dates for your diary: why not print them off and keep them with your calender?
Note. In the event of bad weather a walk may be cancelled at short notice, but will then be held on the same day during the following week. Thursday 21st March 11.00 a.m.
Walk 2. Meet Lyon Hall car park, Hodnet. Monday 6th May 11.00 a.m.
Walks 1 & 10. Meet Hodnet Social Club car park Friday 21st June 10.30 p.m.
Glow worm Walk. Meet old railway bridge, Station Road, Hodnet. Thursday 18th July 7.00 p.m.
Walk 5. Meet Wollerton Village room. Sunday 22nd September 2.00 p.m.
Walk 3. Meet at The Bear Inn, Hodnet at 1.00 p.m. for a pre walk drink. Wednesday 6th November 11.00 a.m.
Walk 8. Meet at the ‘Old Club’ High Hatton.
Any enquires please contact
Steve Alden on 07774969339
After many years almost single-handedly creating and maintaining the Hodnet website, Randall Hardy is stepping down in the coming months. The Parish Council is therefore looking for someone who would be willing to take forward the roles of webmaster and editor for this excellent Parish resource.
Whilst Randall has combined the roles of technical development and reporting, there is no reason why these two aspects cannot be done by different people, or even a small team – the latter being the early vision behind the site.
The voluntary position of webmaster in its current form takes up around three hours a week on average, including reporting. It requires someone with enthusiasm and either existing IT skills, or the motivation to develop them. The website currently use the WordPress platform.
If this is something where you feel you could make a contribution, in either role, to keeping the village website going forward, and would like to know more about the current arrangements, please contact Randall email or 01952-540970.
If interested in taking the Hodnet community website forward, volunteers will need to make themselves known to the Parish Council by contacting the Parish Clerk, Ian Cruise-Taylor, email.
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