Welcome to Hemyock Saturday, September 22 2018 @ 08:08 pm BST

Search Results

Searched for the phrase ''. Showing 121 - 141 of 141 results (0.0054 seconds). Refine search

121.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
The youngest sometimes took a timeout from partying.
122.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
The Twinners watch the local schoolchildren during our visit
123.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
The local schools put on a display for the Twinners
124.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
Enthusiastic children during the Twinner's visit
125.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
A tree was planted by the dignitaried to symbolise the growth in ties between the communities
126.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
There is always a party on the occasions
127.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
All ages took part in international discussions.
128.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
We watched the production testing of new lifting equipment at Manitou.
129.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
We had a guided tour round the Manitou factory.
130.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
We had a picnic on thre banks of the Loire
131.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
Group photo after the picnic on the banks of the Loire
132.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
And of course we sang.
133.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
We visited a modern milking parlour.
134.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
A good time was had - I think
135.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
Dancing of all types
136.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
This is a local organic vineyard we visited.
137.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
The officials of the villages on both sides of the Twinning show the gifts they have exchanged.
138.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
There was free time to visit local towns and sample their delights. This is Oudon market
139.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
Heather Stallard, Chairman of Hemyock Parish Council, signing the Twinning Charter
140.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
Speeches were made and translated applauding the decision to formalise the Twinning and looking forward to increasing ties between the areas.
141.Visit to St Herblon May 2008
About 200 people were present to hear the speeches welcoming the signing of the Charter, formalising the Twinning.