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‘War of the Roses’ period re-enactment Print
Thursday, 25 August 2016 08:36

A FREE two-day festival featuring Sir William Stanley’s Household and The Montgomery Levy will take place on Saturday and Sunday the 17th and 18th September at Holt Castle.

Organised by Wrexham Heritage Services and ‘HistoryMattersonline’ with input from the Holt Local History Society, the planned items include:-

•    See living history and demonstrations of weapons & armour portraying the life and experiences of the troops whilst garrisoning a castle.

•    Enjoy a range of crafts and trade demonstrations showing the methods of producing the mass of goods needed to service the medieval army, including metal work, leather work, carpentry, clothes and a field kitchen. Discover the role of the river in transport and trade, with a medieval boat and fishing display.

•    Have fun with hands-on activities including calligraphy, quern stone flour milling and rush light making.

•    Many Exhibitions in the Kenyon Hall (at the Cross) by above organisations, Wirral Archaeology and Holt Local History Society

For full event details www.wrexham.gov.uk/heritage or http://holtlhs.weebly.com

 

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Wrexham Caught on Camera Print
Thursday, 25 August 2016 08:13

Caught on Camera

Can you help us identify these people caught on CCTV cameras?

If you have any information that could assist please call 101 quoting OWL & incident reference number.

Source: Community Messaging

 
Marshals needed for Chester Marathon Print
Saturday, 20 August 2016 10:18

Chester Marathon is only just over 6 weeks away so we are in the middle of organising all the details. I am writing to ask if any Holt residents might want to volunteer to marshal during the race?

Many people find this very rewarding as the runners really appreciate them. They would get a race T-shirt and a goody bag, and of course thanks from all of us. If there is anyone who might be interested, then they can email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details.

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Vicky Thornley wins Silver Medal Print
Friday, 12 August 2016 07:49

Local Holt girl, Vicky Thornley, has won a silver medal in women’s double sculls in the Rio Olympics yesterday along with her rowing partner, Katherine Grainger.

We would like to send our congratulations to her for this considerable achievement.

For the full story go to the BBC News on-line.


 
Recipe of the month Print
Thursday, 11 August 2016 12:45

The new microwave recipe from Anne Reney-Smith is Chilled Prawn Creams.

Go to the cooking pages for the full details.

 
Dwr Cymru / Welsh Water 'Have Your Say' Print
Thursday, 11 August 2016 08:19

We’ve recently launched Have Your Say to ask customers how they would like us to prioritise £30 million of potential future profit for next year.

This is the additional money that we’re able to invest on their behalf because of our not-for-profit model. Money, that in other companies, would have been paid to shareholders.

Customers can let us know what they would like us to prioritise from the following areas:

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Work on the church Print
Friday, 05 August 2016 07:36

With the current temporary closure of St Chad's church due to death watch beetle, work continues to tackle the problem.

We have added a few photographs to the St. Chad's photo gallery of the work in progress inside the church. Our thanks to Mike Stenson for this contribution.

Click this link to view the gallery.

 
Bridge wildflowers Print
Thursday, 28 July 2016 09:15

A new wildflower meadow has been created in Holt.

The field can be found to the right hand side of road crossing the Holt / Farndon bridge (just beside the Bridge Salon) and is now in flower. The idea was promoted by Jonny Hulson from the North Wales Wildlife Trust and the field owners, Andrew and Val Pridding and family, were delight to have their field used to bring colour to this part of the village. The work associated with preparing and sowing the seed was carried out by the NWWT.

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