News from The Hub
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The Fetch Theatre in partnership with Herefordshire Museums, Libraries & Archives and Arts Alive presents Pedlar’s Tales.

 

Our storyteller draws you into a fantastical world bringing past events bursting into life in this fabulous show featuring a host of beautiful puppets and original music.

Bite-sized stories contained in a quirky cart are inspired by fascinating historical documents and the incredible folk-lore of Herefordshire.

 

“Fantastic production. The puppets were mesmerising and pulled you into the stories.”

 

A great show for adults and children, anyone who loves visual theatre and history. (Recommended for 7 years +).

The performance takes place at The Hub on Friday 29 October 2021, 7pm - 9pm.  Tickets £3; available from The Hub during café opening hours (call 01981 551143) OR online HERE.  Please bring your own drinks; ice-cream/sorbet will be available to purchase during the interval.

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Christmas is coming...!

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The annual community wreath making is back in Peterchurch on Friday 10 December!


Get into the Christmas spirit by creating a beautiful natural wreath.


There are 2 time slots to choose from, either 6-7.30pm or 7.30-9pm.

 

Sessions costs £15 per wreath (incl. refreshments). Booking is essential this year: click HERE
 

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Visit the Events page of this site to read more about this exhibition of local mobile phone photographers!

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Free bus travel is being offered as part of the county's Covid-19 Recovery Plan.

For more information, including bus routes and timetables, please click HERE.

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The Hub staff is manning a Covid-19 Helpline in collaboration with Peterchurch Parish Council and Peterchurch Village Hall. Please call if you need assistance.

The Peterchurch Road Safety Action Group (supported by Peterchurch Parish Council) is seeking people's views of the road safety in the village.  If you would like to comment, please send a message using the email details on the poster....or wait to receive a questionnaire at a later date. Both hard copy and electronic versions of the questionnaire are planned to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to give feedback. 

Help with transport

We're keen to help as many people as possible visit The Hub, either to spend time in our café or to enjoy the events and activities which take place here.

Similarly, we would like to try to support those within our community who are not in a position to use public transport.  Perhaps they need a lift to visit a loved one in hospital or to see a friend in a residential home, for example.

 

We use the services of Dore Community Transport and may be able to help if you (or someone you know) is in need of assistance.  Please don't be afraid to ask!

Note: during the pandemic, we are trying to help those needing transport to and from vaccine appointments.  Please contact us to find out more.

Looking for support or signposting?

COVID-19 has resulted in many of us facing challenges. If you need support, assistance, signposting or simply someone to talk to, please visit our SUPPORT page or telephone 01981 551143 to see if one of The Hub team can help.

 

Pop in and recycle

The Hub is now a recycling 

point for toothbrushes,
toothpaste
tubes, electric

toothbrush heads and their packaging.  We have a collection box in the Nave - please make use of it!

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Click on the logo to find out how you can raise money for The Hub when you shop online.  It will cost you nothing yet the
small number of
pennies we
receive from
retailers when
you buy something make a BIG difference to us.

 

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Raise money whilst you shop!
Get involved...

The Hub is a community development project which relies heavily upon the goodwill and generosity of its volunteers.  If you would like to help your community, please get in touch.  We have opportunities for those wanting to try their hand at befriending 'phone calls, baking, soup-making, serving in our café, helping with transport, odd jobs and more!