Calendar

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Jul
29
Thu
Ropley Society social event – French Prisoners of Alresford @ Parish Hall
Jul 29 @ 7:30 pm

Come along and join us at our first social event for a while to celebrate being able to get back together again…

Wine, soft drinks and nibbles will be on hand. Wear a mask if preferred and there will be social distancing available.

Aug
3
Tue
Ropley Parish Council Meeting @ Parish Hall (large room)
Aug 3 @ 7:30 pm

Ropley Parish Council meeting

Next meeting Tuesday 6th July, 7.30pm.

Agenda: 202107 RPC AGENDA

Note: the Ordinary meeting scheduled for 3rd August is cancelled.
A planning meeting will be held instead.

If you have any queries or wish to raise anything, please contact the Clerk Becky French on clerk@ropleypc.org or call 01962 777427.

Parish Council meetings are generally held on the 1st Tuesday of each month.

The planning subcommittee meeting happens each month, including August if there are applications to consider.

The meeting agenda is published approximately 1 week before the date of each meeting.

Aug
15
Sun
Ropley Society – Hosted Walk @ Start from Parish Hall
Aug 15 @ 2:00 pm

Join us for a hosted walk from the Ropley Walks book.

The walk will have 5km or a 7 km option starting at the Parish Hall. 2pm start, longest route should take about 2.5 hrs max.

Sep
2
Thu
Zoom Talk – WINNIE MANDELA & THE MISSING WITNESS @ Zoom
Sep 2 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

ST PETERS CHURCH ROPLEY – REBUILD

ZOOM TALK AND Q & A SESSION

By

Nicholas Claxton,

The EMMY Award-Winning Producer / Director

On THURSDAY 2ND September 2021

At 6.30pm – 7.30pm

about his 60-minute documentary made for BBC1,

WINNIE MANDELA & THE MISSING WITNESS

The Documentary was a Grand Trophy and Gold Medallist Winner at the New York International Film & TV Festival and is available and recommended to watch before the talk at:

https://youtu.be/4ZxtEt_XhlE

Among Nicholas’s many credits are his films and documentaries; Apartheid’s Assassins, Suffer the Children, Cry Ethiopia Cry (aka Seeds of Despair), Linda McCartney Behind The Lens, The Rhythm Of Life –The Forbidden Journey, Edward Goldsmith, The Green Revolutionary and Sharkwatch.

His knowledge of South Africa is matched by his working knowledge and experience in the Middle East.  He is a Fellow of The Royal Geographical Society and, together with the late Mark Shand, a co-founder and Trustee of the Charity Elephant Family

Tickets are £10.00 from: www.stpetersropley.org

All funds made by this event will be generously matched by an anonymous donor.