Hardwicke Matters



From the Editor

Dear Readers


What a perfect night we had for the fireworks in Gloucester Park this year; if you didn’t manage to get to the event, take a look at the pictures taken by Mark Coghill on our ‘gallery page’.


If you missed the Towpath Challenge on the 12th of last month, you could try the Rotary club Memory Walk on the 1st September, there’s a 1 or 5 mile route, more details the 'Local Group' page


It’s not too late to enter the renowned ‘Hardwicke Matters Free Quiz’ on the Saturday 29th September, not as reported in last month Magazine as being on the 28th: Complete the form below and send to 14 Cornfield Drive Hardwicke GL2 4QJ or email all required details to editor@hardwickemattes.co.uk


The Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust day courses look interesting on the 'Home', there is something for all levels of interest.


Some of the other events happening during September are:-

  • The Gloucestershire History Festival on between 1st -16th
  • The Gloucestershire Historic Church Buildings ‘Ride+Stride’ on the 8th
  • Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, exhibition at the Nature in Art,
  • Local art exhibition and sale in Elmore Village Hall on the 15th


As you can see there is plenty for all to do this month, more details about these and other events are throughout the website.


Pat Gilbert will be back in the editorial reins from next month, so thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of the Summer.

Andy Mumford

 Makeshift Temporary Editor (in training)


Hardwicke FREE yes FREE Quiz is on Saturday 29th September, get your team in early, don’t worry if you don’t have a team we will always find a space, please dowload and complete the form below and either deliver to 14 Cornfield Drive Hardwicke GL2 4QJ. or email it to editor@hardwickematters.co.uk 

HM free 2018 Quiz.pdf
HM Free Quiz 2018 application Form

A reminder to advertisers that any changes to their adverts need to be made BEFORE the 1st September for the October edition,  and any changes to thier articles need to be made BEFORE the 6th September, a full set of articels only closing dates for 2018-19 is on the 'Directory' page.


To the Editor

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Nothing this Month!