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Carols in the Calleva
, 22 December, with Robin and Fish playing.
Songs Around the Tree
as the school finishes for Christmas, and the
Village Christmas Market
with a visit from Santa.
a magical evening for all ages, supporting The Children’s Society.
Calleva Christmas Market and tree
up and carol singing.
Regulars of the
gathered in the Calleva for a Christmas Lunch.
Keren and Stu celebrated
two years in the Calleva
with a party and music.
at the War Memorial.
Years 5 and 6 from Silchester School at the War Memorial on Armistice Day
Bonfire, fireworks, pumpkins
! Another great annual village event.
A few ghouls were out and about for
Good weather for the Silchester
Parish Boundary Walk
on 9 October.
Thanks to Robin and Jill for a super
evening of music raising funds for the CLIC-
Sargent children’s cancer charity
2016 Beer Festival
, another great success for the Silchester Association team.
School’s Out so it’s
for a lucky group of youngsters enjoying a great week of activity.
at the Calleva 26 July -
Basing Clog and Calleva.
Farewell Concert, a great evening of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Robin and Friends
provided a great evening’s entertainment fund-
raising for the PTA -
25 June in the Village Hall.
Silchester Fete 2016
not as sunny as last year but a super day with attractions galore for another great turnout from the area. Well done (yet again!) To Paula and her team.
Silchester’s Got Talent 2016
, organised by the PTA and proving yet again that we do indeed have some very talented youngsters.
Silchester celebrates the Queen’s 90
on the Common.
Fun Run time again! Village Trail FUN RUN 2016 pictures -
Saturday 7 May, T
The Finishing Line
Prize Giving and general pictures
May the Fourth be with you!
Phoenix Club entertained
by school choir and musicians.
9 April -
in the Village Hall and
Oh Mama concert
in the Church, good cultural day!
Palm Sunday in Silchester, 2016
. The Bishop of Basingstoke, supported by Alfie the donkey and a reduced cohort of Roman legionaries lead a well-
supported walk through the Roman City to the church on a chilly Sunday morning.
Fair Trade coffee morning
in school on 11 March was well supported by parents, grandparents and friends from the village.
Flowers were distributed to everyone in church on
, 6 March.
Womens World Day of Prayer
drew people from a wide area to Silchester where Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire and the Mayor of Basingstoke and Deane were among the dignitaries.
26 February saw
Prof Mike Fulford doing his annual dig update
for the village. There was also an opportunity to view the
project from the school.
and Kathy Pynn is assisted by school pupils leading the service in St Mary’s.
At a special school worship we heard an update from John on the progress being made by the
students the school sponsor in Swaziland
2016 started as in now the tradition
with a visit from the Kennet Morris Men on New Year’s Day.