Tag Archives: Warren Hall

Barn Dance 25th April

7.45 pm at Warren Hall, Micheldever Station.dancing couple

Tickets from micheldeverstationevents@hotmail.com or phone Belinda 01962 774582.

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Micheldever Station meeting re Warren Hall

If you live in Micheldever Station and care about your community, then you are very welcome to join us. The meeting will be on Tuesday 20th Jan 8.00 p.m. in the function room at the Dove. Agendas in advance from Sue Bell The year ahead looks exciting! Look forward to seeing you all there. 🙂

The building at Warren Hall is progressing fast

hall construction

Well, John Finan and his team are working hard.

The ground floor slabs have been laid and the drainage all passed by the Building Inspector.

Bricks are on site and ready for the next stage. The two storey building should be complete by June.

News of new building

There is great excitement at Micheldever Station as the building at Warren Hall begins this month. The first signs will be the dismantling and removal of the old pavilion.

The hall has been sealed off from the pavilion and a toilet installed.

The work will not affect the use of the hall as it is being built as a separate building, so all the usual events and bookings will continue without inconvenience.

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Fete: Sunday 14th September

The weather forecast is good, for once! This fete is going to be brilliant!

Spread the word – Come along in the morning to help set up – the more hands the better – and then bring your friends for a 1.00 p.m. start.

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Fund-Raising Walk, Sunday 3rd August 2014

Car Share from WARREN HALL Car Park

Depart Warren Hall at 10.00am to begin the walk at Cheriton Village Hall at 10.30am. This will ensure we have time to enjoy the scenery AND return to ‘The Flower Pots’ for Lunchtime refreshments (food orders taken til 1.45 on Sundays, open until 3.00pm).

In deference to the heat-wave when going to press, this walk will take in not one, but two rural pubs, each with centuries tradition of reviving the weary traveller. THIS ROUTE WAS MADE FOR WALKING.

Dist: 6 . miles in total.

Route: A circular walk with range of scenery including extensive views over harvested arable land of mid-Hampshire. We begin very near the Source of the River Itchen and follow it’s course down towards Alresford. We cross water meadows to the Itchen Way then have a short climb up onto the downs to join up with the King’s Way . The Tichborne Arms offers a short break before rising up again onto the downs to join the South Downs Way and stroll back down into the ancient village of Cheriton. (Battle 1644)

Terrain: The whole route is on public rights of way. Light walking shoes should suffice. The river valley may be wet if we’ve experienced recent summer downpours but the downs are fast-draining chalk.

This month’s free drink—iced water this time—goes to the first walker to tell me:

Why is it named The King’s Way and is there any association with Cheriton?

Please dress appropriately. Each person is responsible for his/her own welfare. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Suggested donation £5 per adult and dog – children free.

info@warrenhall.org.uk phone: 774479

Fund-Raising Walk in Support of Warren Hall, Micheldever Station

Sunday 6th July, departing by train at 0958 from Micheldever Railway Stationtrain

From Winchester Railway Station we walk up through the Victorian area of Fulflood and out onto Teg Down.  The footpath takes us to meet up with The Clarendon Way which we follow for about 2 miles before heading of across Compton Down.  We walk north along a section of the Itchen Navigation towpath to the Hockley Viaduct with its newly restored Railway Signal.  Entering the water meadows of the River Itchen we pass through St Cross and the Playing Fields of Winchester College before taking refreshment at The Queen Inn.

It should be safe to leave your boots at home and adopt more seasonal footwear. But I leave the decision to you. 

Distance: 10 minute train journey (buy your own ticket please).  Approx. 10 miles to complete the full circular route back to Winchester Railway Statin. 

Terrain: City pavements,  long-distance tracks , footpaths, and routes across the open chalk down land.  Some gentle climbs up and over the Downs. 

Refresh: The Queen Inn has a good reputation for food and Real Ales including those from their own micro-brewery. beer

Please dress appropriately.  Each person is responsible for his/her own welfare. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Suggested donation £5 per adult and dog  –  children free. 

More details info@warrenhall.org.uk   phone: 774479