On a humid and thundery day a group of twenty were guided through some of the picturesque countryside that surrounds the church. Led by two local farmers the walk started on Heberden’s Farm making its way through fields to a superb vantage point overlooking St Hubert’s where it was easy to appreciate its historic context. […]
The church was filled to capacity for the Poetry evening organised by Tim Dawes and his group of poets from the South Downs Poetry Festival on Friday 19th May. The first half of the performance was devoted to Edward Thomas, remembering the centenary of his death. A selection of his work was movingly spoken by actors […]
Local folk singer Shep Woolley and his band entertained a packed church at St Hubert’s on Saturday 6th May with a varied repertoire containing many well-known folk song and sea shanties. The audience from both the local community and further afield enjoyed the evening thoroughly. A total of £1000 was raised for the Friends building restoration […]
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In December, Friends Chairman Roger Walker received a cheque from Fiona Charlesworth, Chairman of the Rowlands Castle Association for £1000. Commander Walker was delighted with the wonderful support from the RCA and most grateful for their most generous donation. Some of the money had been raised as a result of a Quiz Night, supported by […]
The inaugural fund raising event of The Friends of St Hubert’s Church Idsworth, took place on Saturday 12th November. Standing isolated amidst misty rolling downland, the church hosted an atmospheric evening of musical harmony. With the pews full and the candles flickering a new chapter in the Church’s thousand year history had begun to come alive. […]
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