The Memorial Hall is now registered with AmazonSmile which means that if you shop at and search for Horncliffe Memorial Hall as your charitable organisation Amazon will donate 0.5% of the net participating purchases to the Hall. This is the direct link.

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JAMS AND CHUTNEYS ON SALE AT JACKO’S VEG SHED, TOFTS LANE 10am-4pm. More details on shop page


Please see events page for proposed events. Events may be cancelled depending on COVID 19 restrictions in place at the time.

FRIDAY 30 JULY & SATURDAY 31 JULY – 10AM-11:30AM & 10AM-12 NOON RESPECTIVELY. Union Chain Bridge Time Capsule drop in sessions. Two time capsules are being created – one for the English side and one for the Scottish side – to commemorate the conservation of the Union Chain Bridge. The organisers would like to collect your memories of the bridge and why it is important to you as well as your ideas of what to include in the time capsules. So come along to find out more and share your memories and ideas. The Union Chain Bridge project is a collaboration between Northumberland County Council, Scottish Borders Council, Museums Northumberland, The Friends of the Union Chain Bridge and the National Lottery Heritage Fund. If you can’t make the sessions then you can e-mail your suggestions to:

SUNDAY 29 AUGUST: SUMMER FAIR – 10:30-14:00. organised by the Committee together with the Veg Shed, Horncliffe in Bloom and Hookers. The Hall committee will be running a baking competition – cakes and bakes to be brought on the day. No entry charge. More details to follow. The Veg Shed will have a stall selling home grown fruit and vegetables as well as homemade jams and chutneys. There will also be a Veg Shed recipe book on sale.  Horncliffe in Bloom will be selling plants and seeds as well as planted up boxes, bird boxes and bug hotels. Hookers will be holding a crafts display, sale and competition. Bring entries on the day. Craft items can be brought along for “display only”, to be sold or to be entered into the competition. All items must be clearly marked with the owner’s name and telephone number and in the case of items for sale, with price. All items and competition entries must be in the Hall by 9:30am on Sunday 29 August. The competition will be judged by Nicola Coulter and there will be 1st and 2nd prizes for items which demonstrate either craftsmanship, originality or sustainability. Free entry. There will also be a raffle.

Please contact Ann Guiver on 382475 or at if you have any questions about the Hookers Crafts display, sale or competition.