Join us in the Pheasantry for an evening with David Brown, the local ranger, to learn all about these incredible creatures and their habits. David is a long time Corvid enthusiast and has collected a wide range of slides to illustrate all the things these birds are capable of.
Hot drinks and biscuits will be available.
Contact Suzanna on email@example.com to book. Tickets cost £5 per person. Advance booking is essential.
New Free Adult Learning opportunity starting in Ellon. Give us a call or just come along to find out more
We will have a fire to sit around and a tarpaulin should it be raining. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate will be provided to keep us warm and you are welcome to take food to cook over the fire whilst you whittle. The ranger will teach us how to sharpen our knives (please take your own knife if you have one) and show us some of his projects. He will guide you through how to get started and show you little tips on how to get the best from your work. If you have a specific project in mind you may want to take your own piece of wood. You are welcome to scavenge for wood as there is a lot of it at Haddo, but if you want to do a staff or something of a particular shape then it’s best to take a suitable piece of wood.
We have a limited supply of sheath knives and folding saws – please let us know in advance if you would like to use any of these.
Everyone is welcome, although we would ask that children are accompanied (and supervised) by an adult.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. The session is £5 per person including hot drinks and a biscuit.
10 days to go to this years Fair Trade Open House. Lots of parcels are arriving and we are unpacking some beautiful goods. Here is the latest box, full of scarves and hand knits from Nepal. Really colourful and cosy, perfect for today’s weather! Hope you can come and see for yourself. Open Wednesday-Sunday –7th-11th November.
For anyone new intending to come along to our first rehearsal after the holidays please see our website at www.hhcos.org.uk
where you will find all the information you need regarding membership fees, rehearsals etc. On the first night we will be giving out some of the sheet music for a £5 deposit. In addition, you will need a copy of ‘Carols for Choirs 100’. Don’t worry if you don’t have this book on the first night as someone will share with you.
We look forward to welcoming you to Haddo on Thursday 1st November. We start at 7.30pm sharp so please arrive in plenty of time, especially if you are coming for the first time.