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Meeting With Rupert Matthews (MEP, East Midlands) at Cuckney - Saturday 27th January

Posted by Paul Jameson on January 12, 2018 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear All,


The Battle of Hatfield Investigation Society are delighted to announce a meeting with Rupert Matthews (MEP, East Mids.) - at St. Mary's, Cuckney – at 10am on Saturday 27th January.

Rupert has also worked as a freelance writer and journalist and has written over 170 books – including some on history, ghosts, cryptozoology, UFOs, paranormal activity.

He has recently been in contact and is keen to learn more about our histor...

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Faculty Progress Update

Posted by Paul Jameson on November 27, 2017 at 3:30 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear Supporters,



Progress Towards Our Faculty Goal

Post our A.G.M. of the 10th November, we thought it would be appropriate to let you know about our Faculty award progress.



Funding Progress .. Update

A major private company has been asked for £150,000 thanks to one of our supporters who has connections.

This is mainly for Battle of Hatfield re...

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REMINDER : Meeting & A.G.M. this Friday 10th November

Posted by Paul Jameson on November 8, 2017 at 6:40 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear Supporters,


Just a reminder that our next meeting (and A.G.M.) is this Friday 10th November.

The venue is Cuckney Village Hall (car parking and meeting entry is free)

Meeting time is 7:30pm

For full Agenda please see post below.


Regards,

Paul Jameson

Progress Update

Posted by Paul Jameson on July 11, 2017 at 8:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear All,


As told to our meeting on May 19th, having received initial support from the PCC on Feb . 21st for an application for a Faculty to the Diocese for a 1 pit analysis, we were then dismayed in March to be turned down for HLF funding re. invasive skeletal examinations at St. Mary’s, Cuckney.

However, we promised (and were encouraged by the HLF) to submit another bid to the HLF by 21st June but this has now slipped to 21st August but is guaranteed to happen...

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Meeting REMINDER and airing of our interview with Mansfield Radio 103.2 FM

Posted by Paul Jameson on May 17, 2017 at 8:20 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear All,


You may remember that we had an interview with Mansfield Radio 103.2 FM at the Greendale Oak (attended by 9 supporters / contributors) on the 30th January.


It has now been confirmed by Craig Priest, PRODUCER - MANSFIELD 103.2 that :

“Providing nothing big happens nationally to change plans - the show will air on Thursday 25th May 6 - 7 PM”


Also, I'd like to remind you that we have a meeting at 7:30pm...

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9th Meeting 19th May Agenda

Posted by [email protected] on April 24, 2017 at 2:55 AM Comments comments (0)



BOHIS talk at Elmton with Creswell Local History Group tomorrow night at 7pm

Posted by Paul Jameson on April 5, 2017 at 4:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear All,


Apologies for the very short notice, but if you would like to attend a talk at Elmton with Creswell Local History Group tomorrow, then here are the details.

This will include the very latest on the Battle of Hatfield Investigation’s Society’s quest to resolve the mystery of the skeletons discovered in 1950/1 at St Mary’s Cuckney.

The talk itself will last just over an hour and there will then be time for immediate questio...

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Sat. 1st April - Meeting With Hunter Archaeological Society at St. Marys Cuckney at 11am

Posted by Paul Jameson on March 28, 2017 at 2:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Dear All,


We are meeting c. 11 members of the (Sheffield based) Hunter Archaeological Society at St. Mary’s Cuckney at 11am this Saturday 1st April.

 


We will be having a walk and talk at St. Mary’s and then “repairing” to the Greendale Oak for lunch and further questions.

 


All are welcome to join us but I would be grateful if you could let me know via an email to :

[email protected]

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Good News .. Bad News ... The Way Forward

Posted by Paul Jameson on March 17, 2017 at 4:35 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear All,

 


Sorry for not reporting back earlier but an awful amount of work and subsequent deliberations have been taking place over the last few weeks.

 


Firstly the good news … The P.C.C. will support a Diocesan Faculty approach

 

As previously alerted, we duly met the P.C.C. (Parochial Church Council) on the 20th February with a view to obtaining their support for invas...

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